Animal Kingdom Mock Test-1

NEET Biology Animal Kingdom Mock Test-1



Questions No:1

Class Crustacea differs from Insecta in having

[A] two pairs of antennae

[B] jointed foot

[C] chitinous cuticle

[D] none of the above





Questions No:2

Ambulacra! grooves are absent in the living forms of the class

[A] Crinoidea

[B] Asteroidea

[C] Ophiuroidea

[D] Echinodermata





Questions No:3

Fasciola hepatica is present in

[A] intestine of sheep

[B] blood of sheep

[C] liver of sheep

[D] spleen of sheep





Questions No:4

Given below are the matching, of animals and their respiratory organs.

Column -1 — Column – II

A) Horse shoe crab Book gills
B) Scorpion Book lungs
C) Prawn Trahea
D) Centipede Gills

Which of the above are correct ?

[A] only A and B

[B] only B and C

[C] only C and D

[D] only A and D





Questions No:5

Which of the following is correct about nematocyst?

[A] it can be re-used

[B] its ejection is a conditioned reflex

[C] it is ejected on contact and pierce the prey

[D] due to which other Hydra doesn’t come in contact with it





Questions No:6

Echinodermata is characterised by

[A] fresh water habitat

[B] segmentation

[C] deuterostomous condition

[D] schizocoelom





Questions No:7

Marine annelids with parapodia that bear setae are

[A] polycheates

[B] oligocheates

[C] hirudineans

[D] archiannelids





Questions No:8

The largest class in ‘Animalia’ is

[A] Hexapoda

[B] Myriapoda

[C] Diplopoda

[D] Chilopoda





Questions No:9

Type of nutrition and digestion in sponges are respectively

[A] holozoic-intercellular

[B] holozoic-intracellular

[C] holophytic-intracellular

[D] holophy tic-intercellular





Questions No:10

In nematodes nutrients are carried to all parts of the body through

[A] circulatory system

[B] renette glands

[C] body wall

[D] pseudocoelomic fluid





Questions No:11

Cephalization is associated with

[A] radial symmetry

[B] biradial symmetry

[C] spherical symmetry

[D] bilateral symmetry





Questions No:12

Mark the correct pair

[A] Limulus – prawn

[B] Aedes – locust

[C] Laccifer- lac insect

[D] Apis – king crab





Questions No:13

Water vascular system in echinoderms serves for

[A] locomotion

[B] respiration

[C] food capture

[D] all of these





Questions No:14

In Latin, ‘annulus’ means

[A] little worm

[B] little ring

[C] jointed appendage

[D] spiny bodied





Questions No:15

Corals are rich in

[A] silica

[B] strontium sulphate

[C] calcium carbonate

[D] hydroxyapatite





Questions No:16

Which of the following is not a character of Taenia solium?

[A] Apolysis

[B] Proglottid

[C] Complete gut

[D] Flame cells





Questions No:17

Classification of organisms helps in

[A] understanding diversity

[B] assigning systematic position

[C] knowing distribution

[D] knowing origin of life





Questions No:18

Triploblastic animals show

[A] asymmetry

[B] radial symetry

[C] bilateral symmetry

[D] spherical symmetry





Questions No:19

Body can be divided into identical halves in many planes, passing through central axis in

[A] an arthropod

[B] a fish

[C] a coelenterate

[D] a mollusk





Questions No:20

The main excretory organ of prawn is

[A] green gland

[B] flame cell

[C] Malpighian tubule

[D] nephridia