NEET NCERT Class 11 Biology Biological Classification MCQ,NEET PDF

Biological Classification Mock Test-2

Question No:1

Most abundant micro organism are

Question No:2

Which of the following is incorrect about bacteria? < br>(A) It is grouped under five categories on the basis of Shape< br>(B) It can live in hot spring, deep ocean, snow and desert< br>(C) It can live as parasite< br>(D) It is composed of simple behavior and complex structure

Question No:3

Most extensive metabolic diversity found in

Question No:4

Most of the bacteria are

Question No:5

Match the column: < br>Column I– Column II< br>A. Salty area — 1) Thermoacidophil< br>B. Hot spring — 2) Methanogen< br>C. Marshy area — 3) Halophiles

Question No:6

Archaebacteria can live in some of the most harsh habitats because of

Question No:7

Following are present in gut of cows and buffaloes and responsible for production of methane from dung of these animals

Question No:8

Motile bacteria possess

Question No:9

Which of the following statements is true about cyanobacteria?

Question No:10

Specialized cell of nostoc and anabaena fix nitrogen are known as

Question No:11

Find out the total number of false statements: < br>A. Cyanobacteria have chlorophyll ‘a’ like green plants< br>B. Bacteria which oxidizes various inorganic substance such as nitrates and ammonia and use the released energy for ATP production are chemosynthesis autotrophic bacteria < br>C. Heterotrophic bacteria are less in abundance in nature. < br>D. Majority of heterotrophic bacteria are decomposers. < br>E. Chemosynthetic autotrophic bacteria play important role in recycling of nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus iron and sulphur

Question No:12

Heterotrophic bacteria help in

Question No:13

Select the total number of disease from the following caused by bacteria< br>Mumps, Smallpox, Citrus canker, Cholera, Typhoid, Tetanus, Sleeping sickness, Malaria

Question No:14

Which one is correct about reproduction in bacteria?

Question No:15

Following features belong to< br> A. complete lacking of cell wall< br> B. anaerobic< br> C. smallest living cell< br>D. many of them are pathogenic to plant and animals