Botany The Living World Objective Question test-7 June 26, 2017admin0 Comments CategoriesThe Living World 1. Live specimens of plants and animals are found respectively in Botanical gardens and zoological parks Herbaria & zoo Museum and monographs Flora & museum 2. Lead is each statement in the key Information given in floras contrasting characters in the key Description of a single taxon 3. The famous international botanical garden is at England USA Holland India 4. In a zoological park Animals are protected under human care animals kept in artificial (new) habitats animal specimens are preserved animals and plants both are conserved 5. 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 6. One of the most important functions of botanical gardens is that they provide area for recreation they allow ex-situ conservation of germplasm they provide natural habitat for wildlife they have collection of all tropical plants 7. Taxonomic hierarchy refers to a list of biologists who worked on taxonomy a group of taxonomists who decide the nomenclature rules stepwise arrangement of all categories for classification of plants and animals classification based only on evolutionary relationships 8. Binomial nomenclature means Two names to a plant one latinized and other regional two names given by two scientists one name with a generic and a specific epithet two scientists giving the same name 9. Living organisms are characterised by Catabolism Irritability Anabolism all of these 10. Metabolism comprises Digestion of food exchange of gases damnation of wastes various energy exchanges in cell 11. Synthesis reactions in the body form a division of metabolism called anabolism catabolism chemical reaction none of these 12. Growth in living being is by Cell division Cell elongation Cell differentiation All the above 13. Plants differ from animals in having Definite lifespan localized growth definite growth localized growth and indefinite lifespan 14. The splitting of an Amoeba into two is best described as an example of Paedogenesis Parthenogenesis sexual reproduction asexual reproduction 15. An increase in the size or number of cells best describes. homeostasis biological growth sexual reproduction chemical level of organization 16. The science of diversity of organisms is taxonomy evolution systematics paleontology 17. The term taxonomy was coined by 1 Ernst Haeckel H.F Copeland A.P.de Candolle Carolus Linnaeus 18. Who published the book ‘Species plant arum’ and provided a basis for classification of plants? Robert Hooke Charles Darwin Carolus Linnaeus Anton Leeuwenhoek 19. In binomial nomenclature both in genus and species the first letter is capital both genus and species are printed in italics genus and species may be of same name genus is written after the species 20. Binomial nomenclature includes genus, species genus, family genus, subfamily species, subspecies 21. The third name in trinomial nomenclature is genus species subgenus subspecies 22. When the specific epithet exactly repeats generic name, it is called : Basinym Synonym Homonym Tautonym 23. ICBN is International Culture Botanical Nomenclature International conditions Botanical Nomenclature International Code of Botanical Nomenclature International Conversation for Botanical Nomenclature 24. Taxon is . species Unit of classification highest rank in classification group of closely related organisms 25. The correct sequence of taxa is class – order – family – genus – species class – order – family – species – genus phylum – order – class – species – genus phylum -order – class – genus – species Loading … Related posts: Botany The Living World Objective Question test-1 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-4 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-5 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-6 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-8 Powered by YARPP.