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  • Which of the four options make the following statement correct? On your answer books just write the question number and one of the serial alphabets.(1) Insects are characterized by:
    (a) 3 pairs of legs
    (b) Two pairs of antennae
    (c) Wings on body
    (d) Large sized eggs
    (e) None of these(a) 3 pairs of legs

    (2) Body is metamorically segmented in:
    (a) Porifera
    (b) Annelida
    (c) Coelentrata
    (d) None of these

    (b) Annelida

    (3) Which of the following arthropod are totally aquatic?
    (a) Crustaceans
    (b) Insects
    (c) Milipedes
    (d) None of these

    (d) None of these

    (4) Dorsal tubular nerve cord is characteristic of:
    (a) Some chordates
    (b) Some non chordates
    (c) All non chordates
    (d) All chordates
    (e) None of these

    (d) All chordates

    (5) Opposable thumbs are characteristic feature of:
    (a) Lagomorpha
    (b) Primates
    (c) Edentata
    (d) None of these

    (b) Primates

    (6) Differences in the scales of fishes and reptiles lies in their being:
    (a) Endodermal and dry
    (b) Epidermal and dry
    (c) Epidermal and wet
    (d) Endodermal and wet
    (e) None of these

    (b) Epidermal and dry

    (7) Which of the following has oxygenated blood?
    (a) Renal veins
    (b) Pulmonary veins
    (c) Pulmonary artery
    (d) Hepatic portal veins
    (e) None of these

    (b) Pulmonary veins

    (8) Scapula is the bone of:
    (a) Skull
    (b) Pelvic girdle
    (c) Pectoral girdle
    (d) Vertebral column
    (e) None of these

    (c) Pectoral girdle

    (9) All the digestive are formed in vertebrates by:
    (a) Ectoderm only
    (b) Endoderm only
    (c) Mesoderm only
    (d) None of these

    (b) Endoderm only

    (10) Ammonia is chief excretory product in
    (a) Reptiles
    (b) Turtles
    (c) Mammals
    (d) Fish
    (e) None of these

    (d) Fish

    (B) Check which of the following statements are true or false. On your answer sheets just write the question number and T or F.

    (11) Coelme is lined by ectodermal epithelium false
    (12) Non-chordates are dissected from dorsal side. true
    (13) All snakes are poisonous. false
    (14) Mouth in sharks is located on anterior side. true
    (15) Frogs have 3 cervical vertebrae. false
    (16) Contractile vacuole in protozoa is basically an excretory organ. tru
    (17) Nerve cord in chordates is Endodermal in origin. false
    (18) Whale is the largest mammals living in sea. true
    (19) Both male and female mosquitoes bite and carry parasites. false
    (20) The gammules are produced in coelenterates. False

  1. Write only the correct answer in the Answer Book. Do not reproduce the questions.(1) Life originated during:
    (a) Pre-cambrian period
    (b) Mesozoic era
    (c) Coenozoic era.
    (d) Proterozoic era
    (e) None of these(a) Pre-cambrian period

    (2) Pancreas secrete:
    (a) Pepsin
    (b) Only hormones
    (c) Only enzymes
    (d) Both (a) and (b)
    (e) None of these

    (e) None of these

    (3) Louis Pasture is known for:
    (a) Germ theory of disease
    (b) Germ plasm theory
    (c) Mutation theory
    (d) Cell theory
    (e) None of these

    (a) Germ theory of disease

    (4) Life originated:
    (a) In air
    (b) On land
    (c) In water
    (d) In all (a), (b) and (c)
    (e) None of these

    (c) In water

    (5) Virus are:
    (a) Unicellular
    (b) Acellular
    (c) Multicellular
    (d) Free living
    (e) None of these

    (e) None of these

    (6) Wings of insects and bats are examples of:
    (a) Homologous organs
    (b) Analogous organs
    (c) Both (a) and (b)
    (d) Vestigial organs
    (e) None of these

    (b) Analogous organs

    (7) Archeopteryx is a connecting link between:
    (a) Amphibians and reptiles
    (b) Reptiles and birds
    (c) Birds and mammals
    (d) Amphibians and birds
    (e) None of these

    (b) Reptiles and birds

    (8) Lamarck’s theory of Evolution is based upon:
    (a) Effect of environment
    (b) Use and disuse of body parts
    (c) Inheritance of Acquired characters
    (d) All of these
    (e) None of these

    (d) All of these

    (9) Absorption of digested food occurs mainly in:
    (a) Colon
    (b) Small intestine
    (c) Large intestine
    (d) Stomach
    (e) None of these

    (b) Small intestine

    (10) A renal portal system is found in:
    (a) Man
    (b) Horse
    (c) Rabbit
    (d) Frog
    (e) None of these

    (d) Frog

    (11) Tangoreceptors respond to:
    (a) Heat
    (b) Smell
    (c) Chemicals
    (d) Touch
    (e) None of these

    (d) Touch

    (12) Third ventricle is found in:
    (a) Brain of Rabbit
    (b) Heart of Rabbit
    (c) Kidney of Frog
    (d) Heart of Frog
    (e) None of these

    (a) Brain of Rabbit 

    (13) Blood from glomerulus returns by:
    (a) Afferent renal arteriole
    (b) Efferent renal arteriole
    (c) Both of these
    (d) Renal vein
    (e) None of these

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    (b) Efferent renal arteriole(14) Vital morphological and Physiological units of Mammalian Kidney are:
    (a) Ureters
    (b) Seminiferous tubules
    (c) Uriniferous tubules
    (d) All of these
    (e) None of these(c) Uriniferous tubules

    (15) Which of the following secretes Oxytocin:
    (a) Adrenals
    (b) Pituitary
    (c) Thyroid
    (d) Ovaries
    (e) None of these

    (b) Pituitary

    (16) Longest cells in animals are:
    (a) Nerve cells
    (b) Egg cells
    (c) Kidney cells
    (d) Liver cells
    (e) None of these

    (a) Nerve cells

    (17) Function of centromere is to:
    (a) Initiate cell division
    (b) Inhibit cell division
    (c) Provide site for cell division
    (d) Do all of these
    (e) None of these

    (c) Provide site for cell division

    (18) Which of the following has extranuclear DNA:
    (a) Mitochondria
    (b) Lysosomes
    (c) Golgi complex
    (d) All of these
    (e) None of these

    (a) Mitochondria

    (19) Who gave laws of segregation and Dominance?
    (a) Mendel
    (b) Morgan
    (c) Darwin
    (d) Muller
    (e) None of these

    (a) Mendel 

    (20) Adrenal glands are found in close association with:
    (a) Testes
    (b) Spleen
    (c) Liver
    (d) Ovaries
    (e) None of these

    (e) None of these

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