Botany The Living World Objective Question test-5 June 26, 2017admin0 Comments CategoriesThe Living World 1. Plant family namely convolvulaceae, Solanaceae are included in order A based on B. A & B are respectively. . Polemoniales, floral characters Polemoniales, vegetative characters Poales, floral characters Poales , vegetative characters 2. Plant order ends with a suffix -ales – meta – aceae – era 3. Mango and wheat belong to division A and sub division B . A & B respectively. Spermatophyta & Angiosperms Angiosperms & Spermatophyta Angiosperms and Poales Angiosperms & Sapindales 4. In the case of animals related classes are included in Order Division Phylum Sub-division 5. Read the following statements regarding living organisms. One of them is wrong. What is it ? Reproduction – Some living organisms are not capable of reproduction Metabolism – All living organisms exhibit metabolism Consciousness – Only humans exhibit the property of consciousness Growth – Growth is internal in living organisms and external in non living 6. Choose the correct sequence of taxons from the following in animal classification Class – division – family – order – genus Phylum – kingdom – order – class – family Phylum – order – family – genus – species Kingdom – class – division – order – family 7. Read the following four statements and pick the incorrect match Herbarium – Preserve only plant specimens Museum – Preserve both plant and animal specimens in preservative solutions or in dry conditions Botanical gardens – Live plant specimens grown for the purpose of identification Manual – Information about any one taxon 8. Choose the incorrect match from the following Study of diversity and inter relationships of organisms – Systematics origin of species diversity – Ernst Mayr Group of organisms with fundamental similarities – Species Method used for recording classification systems – Catalogue 9. Asexual reproduction in Yeast & Hydra is by Budding Fission Fragmentation Layering 10. Reproduction is synonymous with growth in Multicellular organisms Unicellular organisms Both unicellular & multicellular organisms None 11. The most obvious & technically complicated feature of all living organisms is Metabolism Sense their surroundings Reproduction Growth 12. The response of plants to _____ stimulus is called irritability Physical Chemical Biological All the above 13. The ability of living organisms “to be aware of themselves ” is called Consciousness Self-consciousness Introduction Growth 14. The central question of evolutionary biology today is Origin of species diversity Phylogenetic classification Understanding taxonomic hierarchy Identification 15. The two defining characters of living organisms are Metabolism and response to stimulus Growth and response to stimulus Reproduction and metabolism Growth and Metabolism 16. Identify the correct sequence of taxonomic categories Species —> order —> phylum —> kingdom Genus —>species —> order —> kingdom Species —> Genus —> order —> class Division —> Family —> order —> Genus 17. Quick referral systems in taxonomic studies are Botanical garden Herbaria Monograph manual 18. Zoological parks have preserved animal specimens have wild mammals only enable us to learn about their food habits and behaviour are useful in identification of animals 19. In a herbarium, sheets are arranged according to regionally accepted system of classification Universally accepted system of classification Nationally accepted system of classification Locally accepted system of classification 20. Study of all living organisms is made possible by this aspect of taxonomy ^Identification systematics classification Nomenclature 21. Choose the correct expression a group of related genera – Family a group of related species-order a group of related families – class a group of related orders- genus 22. Information on any one taxon is found in Manuals Museums Herbarium Monographs 23. Museums have collection of living organisms Dried and preserved plant specimens only Animals kept in their natural habitats Preserved plant and animals specimens 24. A pair of contrasting characters in keys are called Doublet Duplet Couplet Triplet 25. Botanical gardens have living plants and animals for reference collection of living plants preserved plant specimens Living and preserved plants 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.