Botany The Living World Objective Question test-4 June 26, 2017admin0 Comments CategoriesThe Living World 1. Synthesis reactions in the body form a kind of metabolism called Anabolism Catabolism Chemical reaction None of these 2. Growth in living being is by Cell division Cell elongation Cell differentiation All the above 3. Plants differ from animals in having II Definite lifespan Localized growth Indefinite growth Localized growth and indefinite lifespan 4. The splitting of an Amoeba into two is best described as an example of Paedogenesis Parthenogenesis Sexual reproduction Asexual reproduction 5. An increase in the size or number of cells best describes. Homeostasis Biological growth Asexual reproduction Chemical level of organization 6. The term taxonomy was coined by Ernst Haeckel H.F Copeland A.P.de Candolle Carolus Linnaeus 7. Who published the book ‘Species plantarum’ and provided a basis for classification of plants? Robert Hooke Charles Darwin Carolus Linnaeus Anton Leeuwenhoek 8. In binomial nomenclature Both in genus & species the first letter is capital Both genus & species are printed in italics Genus & species may be of same name Genus is written after the species 9. Binomial nomenclature includes Genus, species Genus, family Genus, subfamily Species, subsecies 10. When the specific epithet exactly repeats generic name, it is called : 1»Isonym Synonym Homonym Tautonym 11. Arrangement of organisms into an ascending series of successively large & broader categories so that lower groups are always included in those of higher groups is called Phylogeny Taxonomic hierarchy Nomenclature Systematics 12. Read the following combinations and findout incorrect match Royal Botanic Garden — kew Quick referral systems in taxonomical studies — key Indian Botanical Garden — Howrah National Botanical research institute — Lucknow 13. The emergent properties of tissues are due to the Interaction of constituent tissues Properties of constituent cells Interaction of constituent cells Properties of constituent organs 14. Evolutionary history of an organism is called Taxon Phylogeny Taxonomic hierarchy Metabolism 15. potted plant placed near window is seen to bend towards it”. The above character of a plant represents Metabolism Reproduction Irritability (consciousness) Multiplication 16. A book-A contain actual account of habitat, distribution and systematic listing of plants and book-B provide information for identification of name of species in an area A & B respectively. Flora & Manual Manual & Flora Herbanium & Manual Flora & Herbarium 17. Herbaria and Museums contain __ specimens whereas in botanical gardens & zoo’s possess ______ specimens. Living & Living Dead & Dead Living & Dead Dead & Living 18. Herbaria represented Direct aids for identification Quick referrel systems in taxonomic studies Dried plants are pressed and preserved in sheets with a label providing information of data, place, local & botanical names, family and collectors name All the above 19. A taxonomic aid for identification of plants & animals based on similarities and dissimilarities is called Key Flora Manual Herbaria 20. A pair of contrasting characters in keys are called Lead Couplet Manual Monograph 21. Each statement of a key is called Lead Couplet Manual Monograph 22. A unit of classification is generally referred as Rank Category Taxon All the above 23. Lowest category in both plant & animal kingdom is ‘_ Genus species Family Order 24. A taxonomical aid based on similarities and dissimilarities Key Specimen Herbarium Monograph 25. Mango belongs to family Anacardiaceae Poaceae Muscidae Hominidae Loading … Related posts: The Living World Mock Test-1 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-1 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-5 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-6 Botany The Living World Objective Question test-7 Powered by YARPP.