NEET Zoology Animal Kingdom,NCERT Zoology class11 questions pdf

Animal-kingdom-mock-test-5

NEET Biology Animal Kingdom Mock Test-5



Questions No:1

The characteristic larva of phylum ‘Coelenterata’ is

[A] planula

[B] cysticercus

[C] rhabdiform

[D] wriggler





Questions No:2

Oral surface is upward in

[A] Ophiuroidea

[B] Asteroidea

[C] Crinoidea

[D] Echinoidea





Questions No:3

Living arthropods without antennae are

[A] insects

[B] centipedes

[C] crustaceans

[D] arachnids





Questions No:4

Conchology is the study of

[A] tumours

[B] molluscan shells

[C] echinoderms

[D] insects





Questions No:5

Polymorphic cnidarian in the following is

[A] Hydra

[B] Obelia

[C] Metridium

[D] Halistemma





Questions No:6

Identify the correct matching

[A] Antedon – sea lemon

[B] Asterias -sea lily

[C] Cucumaria-sea urchin

[D] Ophiura – brittle star





Questions No:7

Double fold peritoneum that joins organs in eucoelom is

[A] mesentery

[B] retroperitoneum

[C] perimysium

[D] ligament





Questions No:8

Radula is absent in

[A] Pinctada

[B] Pila

[C] Octopus

[D] Aplysia





Questions No:9

Aschelminths are generally called

[A] flatworms

[B] tapeworms

[C] roundworms

[D] bloodworms





Questions No:10

Parapodia in Nereis are

[A] cephalic appendages

[B] abdominal appendages

[C] lateral appendages

[D] thoracic appendages





Questions No:11

Aurelia is

[A] sessile

[B] umbrella-shaped

[C] polyp like

[D] polymorphic





Questions No:12

Platyhelminthes are characterised by

[A] radial symmetry

[B] diploblastic nature

[C] acoelomate nature

[D] segmentation





Questions No:13

Collar cells in sponges line

[A] canals

[B] body wall

[C] spongocoel

[D] both (1) & (3)





Questions No:14

Organ-system level of organisation is shown by

[A] sponges

[B] coelenterates

[C] diploblasticans

[D] triploblasticans





Questions No:15

Correctly matched set of phylum, class and example is

[A] Protozoa -Mastigophora -Entamoeba

[B] Mollusca -Bivalvia -Pinctada

[C] Arthropoda-Diplopoda –Scolopendra

[D] Chordata -Cyclostomata – Phrynosoma





Questions No:16

Radial symmetry and lack of cnidoblasts are the characteristics of

[A] Hydra and starfish

[B] starfish and sea anemone

[C] Ctenoplana and Beroe

[D] Aurelia and Paramecium





Questions No:17

Which one of the following groups of animals is bilaterally symmetrical and triploblastic?

[A] Aschelminthes (round worms)

[B] ctenophores

[C] sponges

[D] coelenterates (cnidarians)





Questions No:18

During unfavourable conditions, the sponges form

[A] cyst

[B] encyst

[C] spicule

[D] gemmule





Questions No:19

‘Sea fan’belongs to

[A] Coelenterata

[B] Porifera

[C] Echinodermata

[D] Mollusca





Questions No:20

Hemichordates are

[A] chordates

[B] vertebrates

[C] non-chordates

[D] craniates