Botany The Living World Objective Question test-3 June 26, 2017admin0 Comments CategoriesNEET Foundation Class VIII-Botany NEET UG 1. ICBN stands for Indian congress of Biological names International congress of biological names Indian code of botanical nomenclature International code of botanical nomenclature 2. Which of the following rank contains organisms most similar to one another Genus Division Kingdom Species 3. National botanical Research Institute is located at Delhi Kolkata Lucknow Dehradun 4. The author of Systema Naturae is de candolle Linnaeus Aristotle Theophrastus 5. First book in which binomial nomenclature of plants was used Systema Naturae Species Plantarum Genera Plantarum Origin of species 6. Binomial system of nomenclature has been suggested by Bentham Gaspard Bauhin Linnaeus Theophrastus 7. Binomial nomenclature was popularised by Linnaeus Darwin Haeckel John ray 8. Plant specimens that are dried, pressed and preserved on sheets the form of Herbarium Floras Museum Botanical garden 9. Herbarium sheets label provides information about Vegetative and floral characters of the plant Habitat and distribution of the plant Date and place of collection, common names etc. of the plant All preserved plant specimens 10. Museums have Plant and animal specimens preserved in solutions Stuffed and preserved birds and mammals Skeletons of animals All of the above 11. A taxonomic aid called key is Useful in classification of plants and animals Based on similarities and dissimilarities Common for identification of taxonomic categories ie family, genus An index to flora of a particular area 12. Interbreeding is possible between two members of Order Genus Species Family 13. Lead is Each statement in the key Information given in floras Contrasting characters in the key Description of a single taxon 14. The famous international botanical garden is in England USA Holland India 15. A species is taxonomically A fundamental unit in the phylogenetic history of organisms A group of evolutionary related population A base category to which most taxonomic information is attached Population of individuals having same genotypes and phenotypes 16. Botanical gardens have Dried and preserved plant specimens Plants grown for identification purposes Plants grown in their original and natural habitats Each plant with a label showing all its characters 17. The name of a plant family ends with -ales -oides -aceae None of these 18. Which of the following characters are mainly considered for classification of plants ? Characters of endosperm Anatomical characters Physiological characters Floral characters 19. Which of the following organisms do not reproduce ? Mules Sterile worker bees Infertile human couples All of these 20. Which one of the following statements is incorrect? indica, tuberosum and leo represents the specific epithets Physalis, Apis and Helianthus represents the generic names Monocotyledonae and Dicotyledonae are the two classes of phylum Angiospermae Malvales, Resales, Polemoniales are included in a class dicotyledonae 21. Taxonomic hierarchy refers to A list of biologists who worked on taxonomy A group of taxonomists who decide the nomanclature rules Stepwise arrangement of all categories for classification of plants and animals Classification based only on evolutionary relationships 22. Binomial nomenclature means Two names to a plant; one latinized and other regional Two names given by two scientists One name with two words for generic and specific epithet Two scientists giving the same name 23. Living organisms are characterised by Catabolism Irritability Anabolism All of these 24. Which of the following hierarchy is correct with reference to levels of biological organization ? Species —> Communities —> Population —> Ecosystems —> Biosphere Species —> Population —> Communities —> Ecosystems —> Biosphere Species—> Populations—» Ecosystems—» Biosphere —>Communities Species —> Population —> Communities —> Biosphere —> Ecosystems 25. Metabolism comprises Extracellular digestion of food in fungi Exchange of gases Elimination of wastes Various energy exchange processes in cell Loading … Related posts: The Living World Mock Test-1 NEET-UG Botany MCQ-1 NEET-UG Botany MCQ-2 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-1 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-4 Powered by YARPP.