NCERT Structural oranization animals mcqs NEET,Biology questions

Structural Organization in Animals Mock Test-5

Question No:1

What do you call the study of morphology of internal organs in the animals?

[A] Physiology
[B] Anatomy
[C] Internal morphology
[D] None



Question No:2

Earthworm can be traced by faecal deposits. What are they called?

[A] Worm deposits
[B] Worm castings
[C] Both
[D] None



Question No:3

Which of the following type are of Indian earthworms?

[A] Pheretima
[B] Lumbricus
[C] Lumbricoidus
[D] Both (a) and (b)



Question No:4

Size of cockroach ranges from

[A] ¼ “to3”
[B] 1to3″
[C] 2 to 3″
[D] ¼ “to 3/4”



Question No:5

Cockroach is

[A] Omnivores
[B] Nocturnal
[C] Cursorial
[D] All



Question No:6

Which one is correct about cockroach?

[A] Generally brown and black color
[B] Pest and vectors of several disease
[C] Found in damp places
[D] All



Question No:7

Zoological name of cockroach is

[A] Periplaneta americana
[B] Pheretima posthuma
[C] Rana tigrina
[D] Maja maja



Question No:8

68 In each segment exoskeleton has hardened plates in cockroach known as

[A] Sclerites
[B] Sternum
[C] Carapace
[D] All



Question No:9

69 Body of cockroach is segmented and divisible into three distinct region known as

[A] Head
[B] Thorax
[C] Abdomen
[D] (4) All



Question No:10

Head of cockroach is formed by fusion of how many segments

[A] 4
[B] 5
[C] 6
[D] 8



Question No:11

Cockroach has which type of mouth parts

[A] Biting and chewing type
[B] Siphoning type
[C] Sponging type
[D] All



Question No:12

How many filamentous Malpighian tubules are found in cockroach?

[A] 100-150
[B] 50-100
[C] 150-200
[D] 200-250



Question No:13

A ring of 6-8 blind tubules are present at the junction of foregut and midgut in cockroach is known as

[A] Hepatic caecae
[B] Gastric caecae
[C] Both (a) and (b)
[D] Malpighian tubules



Question No:14

It midget of cockroach contain

[A] ileum
[B] colon
[C] rectum
[D] all



Question No:15

Heamolymph of cockroach consist of

[A] Plasma
[B] Haemocyte
[C] Both (a) and (b)
[D] None