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1 ICBN stands for
(A) International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
(B) International Congress of Biological Names
(C) Indian Code of Botanical Nomenclature
(D) Indian Congress of Biological Names


Answer: International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
2 Binomial nomenclature means
(A) one name given by two scientists.
(B) one scientific name consisting of a generic and specific epithet.
(C) two names, one latinized, other of a person.
(D) two names of same plant.


Answer: one scientific name consisting of a generic and specific epithet.
3 Herbarium is a
(A) garden where medicinal plants are grown.
(B) garden where herbaceous plants are grown.
(C) dry garden.
(D) chemical to kill plants.


Answer: dry garden.
4 The famous botanical garden ‘Kew’ is located in
(A) England
(B) Lucknow
(C) Berlin
(D) Australia


Answer: England
5 Which ofthe following taxonomic aid provides information for the identification of names of species found in an area?
(A) Monograph
(B) Manual
(C) Flora
(D) Periodical


Answer: Manual
6 Which one of the following taxonomical aid is used for identification of plants and animals based on similarities and dissimilarities?
(A) Keys
(B) Flora
(C) Monographs
(D) Catalogues


7 The practical purpose of classification of living organisms is to
(A) explain the origin of living organsims.
(B) trace the evolution of living organsims.
(C) name the living organisms.
(D) facilitate identification of unknown organisms.


Answer: facilitate identification of unknown organisms.
8 Systematics refers to the
(A) identification and classification of plants and animals.
(B) nomenclature and identification of plants and animals.
(C) diversity of kinds of organisms and the irrelationship.
(D) different kinds of organisms and their classification.


Answer: diversity of kinds of organisms and the irrelationship.
9 Keys are generally _______in nature.
(A) physical
(B) chemical
(C) analytical
(D) qualitative


Answer: analytical
10 Each statement in the key is called _______.
(A) lead
(B) catalogues
(C) manuals
(D) monographs


Answer: lead

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Chapter 1: The Living WorldChapter 1: Reproduction in Organisms
Chapter 2: Biological ClassificationChapter 2: Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
Chapter 3: Plant KingdomChapter 3: Human Reproduction
Chapter 4: Animal KingdomChapter 4: Reproductive Health
Chapter 5: Morphology of Flowering PlantsChapter 5: Principles of Inheritance and Variation
Chapter 6: Anatomy of Flowering PlantsChapter 6: Molecular Basis of Inheritance
Chapter 7: Structural Organisation in AnimalsChapter 7: Evolution
Chapter 8: Cell The Unit of LifeChapter 8: Human Health and Disease
Chapter 9: BiomoleculesChapter 9: Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production
Chapter 10: Cell Cycle and Cell DivisionChapter 10: Microbes in Human Welfare
Chapter 11: Transport in PlantsChapter 11: Biotechnology:Principles And Processes
Chapter 12: Mineral NutritionChapter 12: Biotechnology and its Applications
Chapter 13: Photosynthesis in Higher PlantsChapter 13: Organisms and Populations
Chapter 14: Respiration in PlantsChapter 14: Ecosystem
Chapter 15: Plant Growth and DevelopmentChapter 15: Biodiversity and Conservation
Chapter 16: Digestion and AbsorptionChapter 16: Environmental Issues
Chapter 17: Breathing and Exchange of Gases 
Chapter 18: Body Fluids and Circulation 
Chapter 19: Excretory Products and their Elimination 
Chapter 20: Locomotion and Movement 
Chapter 21: Neural Control and Coordination