NEET UG Botany MCQ-14

Question No:1

The slug -like phase of the cellular slime mould life cycle is called a

(A) plasmodium
(B) pseudoplasmodium
(C) sporangium
(D) macrocyst

Question No:2

Slime moulds are included in protista, otherwise these are close to

(A) plants
(B) fungi
(C) algae
(D) bacteria

Question No:3

Protistan protozoa include

(A) zooflagellates, amoeboids, radiolarians and ciliates
(B) sarcodines, foraainiferans, sporozoans
(C) zooflagellates, sarcodines, sporozoans and ciliates
(D) amoeboids, heliozoans, radiolarians and sporozoans

Question No:4

Sarcodines include

(A) amoeboids, radiolarians, foraminiferans and ciliates
(B) amoeboids, radiolarians. f^romiriferans and sporozoans
(C) amoeboids, radiolarians, slime moulds and heliozoans
(D) amoeboids, radiolarians, foraminiferans and heliozoans

Question No:5

In Amoeba nitrogenous wastes are expelled out through

(A) Pseudopoida
(B) hyaline cap
(C) plasmalemma
(D) contractile vacoule

Question No:6

In Amoeba pseudopodia is formed due to

(A) increase of osmotic tension
(B) intake of excess water
(C) excess of ATP in the system
(D) sol-gel transformation of cytoplasm

Question No:7

Which animalcule is immortal ?

(A) Paramecium
(B) Plasmodium
(C) Euglena
(D) Bacteria

Question No:8

Amoeba is capable of regeneration. This is possible only from

(A) a nucleated bit of Amoeba
(B) an enucleate bit of Amoeba
(C) a young Amoeba
(D) an old Amoeba

Question No:9

During binary fission nucleus divides

(A) mitotically
(B) meiotically
(C) amitotically
(D) none of these

Question No:10

Pseudopodia in Entamoeba and Amoeba are called

(A) lobopodia
(B) filopodia
(C) reticulopodia
(D) axopodia

Question No:11

An Amoeba transferred from a container X to another container Y developed a new contractile vacuole, but the vacuole disappeared again when the amoeba was transferred back to container X. The containers X and Y respectively contain.

(A) fresh and marine water
(B) both contain fresh water
(C) marine and fresh water
(D) both contain marine water

Question No:12

Entamoeba histolytica is an intestinal parasite found in human

(A) colon/upper part of large intestine
(B) duodenum
(C) ileum
(D) rectum

Question No:13

Entamoeba gingivalis is a parasite found in

(A) liver of sheep
(B) intestine of man
(C) stomach of frog
(D) human gums

Question No:14

Trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness) is a diseases transmitted by

(A) Tsetse fly
(B) Fire fly
(C) Sand fly
(D) Louse

Question No:15

African sleeping sickness is caused by

(A) Trypanosoma gambiense, transmitted by Tsetse fly
(B) Trypanosoma gambiense, transmitted by glossina palpalis
(C) Entamoeba gingival is, transmitted by house fly
(D) Plasmodium vivax, transmitted by Tsetse fly

Question No:16

Trypanosome belong to

(A) sarcodina
(B) mastigophora
(C) sporozoa
(D) porifera

Question No:17

Trypanosoma gambiense is found in

(A) large intestine
(B) liver
(C) blood
(D) blood and cerebrospinal fluid

Question No:18

Function of macronucleus is

(A) to control vegetative function
(B) to control reproduction
(C) both the above
(D) none of the above

Question No:19

During binary fission in Paramecium

(A) micronucleus divides mitotic ally
(B) macronucleus divides amitotic ally
(C) both the above
(D) micronucleus divides amitotic ally and macronucleus divides meiotic ally

Question No:20

Paramecium contains a dimorphic nucleus that has

(A) two micronuclei
(B) one macro & one or two micronuclei
(C) two macronuclei
(D) one micro and one, two or more macro nuclei