BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION( Monera/Protista/Fungi/Slime moulds/ Viruses )

 

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BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION( Monera/Protista/Fungi/Slime moulds/ Viruses )

Question 1
. Endospore formation is not considered as a method of reproduction because:
A
The individual formed from it does not exist.
B
Individuals cannot be formed from endospores.
C
Only one endospore in a cell, so number of individuals does not increase.
D
Endospore formation is not frequent.

Question 2
Assertion: In ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes well distinct dikaryotic phase present during sexual life.
Reason: During sexual reproduction of ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes plasmogamy is immediately followed by Karyogamy.
A
Both Assertion and Reason are true and Reason is the correct explanation of Assertion.
B
Both Assertion and Reason are true but Reason is NOT the correct explanation of Assertion.
C
Assertion is true but Reason is false.
D
Both Assertion and Reason are false.

Question 3
Identify the characteristic that is unique to fungi
A
Cell wall of glucans and chitin
B
Lack of chloroplasts and heterophic nutrition
C
Mannitol, trehalose and glycogen as storage products
D
Havinghaploidnuclei and production of spores

Question 4
How many of the following statements are false?
(i) Euglena is a protistan organism which is a link between animals and plants.
(ii) Both contractile vacuole and pseudopodia are found exclusively in protozoans.
(iii) Classification of protozoans is mainly based on both size and locomotory structure.
(iv) Locomotory organs of Sporozoans are pseudopodia.
A
1
B
2
C
3
D
4

Question 5
Which among the following is edible ascomycete?
A
Morels
B
Agaricus
C
Peziza
D
Amantia

Question 6
How many of the following statements are true:
(i) Zoospores are strictly non-motile.
(ii) Rhizopus exhibit saprophytic mode of nutrition.
(iii) Saccharomyces is an ascomycetes which lack mycelium.
(iv) Usually mycobiont in lichens is the member of Phycomycetes.
A
1
B
2
C
3
D
4

Question 7
In Albugo, sexual reproduction results in the formation of:
A
Zygospores.
B
Ascospores.
C
Oospores.
D
Basidiospores.

Question 8
Match Column I with Column II.
Column I Column II
a) Water mould 1. Saprolegnia
b) Spongy mushroom 2. Peziza
c) Cup fungus 3. Morchella
d) Puffball 4. Lycoperdon
e) Bracket fungi 5. Polypores
f) Budding fungus 6. Saccharomyces
g) Beard of old man 7. Usnea
h) Wonder drug 8. Penicillium
A
a$\rightarrow$1, b$\rightarrow$2, c$\rightarrow$3, d$\rightarrow$4, e$\rightarrow$5, f$\rightarrow$6, g$\rightarrow$7 h$\rightarrow$8
B
correctchoice a$\rightarrow$1, b$\rightarrow$3, c$\rightarrow$2, d$\rightarrow$4, e$\rightarrow$5, f$\rightarrow$6, g$\rightarrow$7 h$\rightarrow$8
C
Oospores.
D
a$\rightarrow$1, b$\rightarrow$3, c$\rightarrow$2, d$\rightarrow$5, e$\rightarrow$4, f$\rightarrow$6, g$\rightarrow$7 h$\rightarrow$8

Question 9
Protozoan protistans are differentiated on the basis of their:
A
Nuclei
B
Size.
C
Shape
D
Locomotory structures

Question 10
Select the correct option:
A
Methanogens and Halophiles are obligate anaerobes.
B
Halophiles and Thermoacidophiles are facultative anaerobes.
C
Thermoacidophiles and Methanogens are facultative anaerobes.
D
Halophiles and Thermoacidophiles are obligate anaerobes.
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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