Animal Kingdom Class 11 MCQ PDF For NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER

Animal Kingdom Class 11 MCQ PDF For NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER

Animal Kingdom Class 11 MCQ PDF for NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER with Explanations. This Multiple Choice Questions and Answers of Animal Kingdom are most important part of the NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER and other Medical Entrance Exams. We composed this Animal Kingdom Class 11 MCQ PDF for NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER from Various Text book including NCERT.

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1 The distal parts of Malpighian tubules in Cockroach
(A) open into haemolymph
(B) open into coelomic cavity
(C) float freely in haemolymph
(D) are attached to alimentary canal

Answer:float freely in haemolymph
2 The nitrogenous waste in cockroach is mainly excreted as
(A) Urea
(B) Uric acid
(C) Ammonia
(D) Urea and uric acid

Answer: Uric acid
3 A common feature between cockroach and earthworm is
(A) nephridia
(B) ommatidia
(C) coccon formation
(D) ventral nerve cord

Answer: ventral nerve cord
4 The male and female cockroach can be distinguished by their
(A) size
(B) wings
(C) anal styles
(D) colour

Answer:anal styles
5 True and complete metamorphosis is found in
(A) Silver fish
(B) grass hopper
(C) cockroach
(D) moth and mosquito

Answer: moth and mosquito
6 The communication in bees by special body movements (dances) was discovered by
(A) T.H. Morgan
(B) Karl Von Frisch
(C) Robert Koch
(D) I.Pavlov

Answer:Karl Von Frisch
7 A photosensitive part of insect ommatidium is
(A) crystalline connes
(B) pigment cells
(C) rhabdome
(D) sensory neuron

Answer:rhabdome
8 The mouth parts of house fly are of
(A) piercing and sucking type
(B) biting and chewing type
(C) sucking and sponging type
(D) biting, sucking and lapping type

Answer:sucking and sponging type
9 Metamerically segmented, bilaterally symmetrical animals bearing jointed appendages. These are characteristic of
(A) Helminthes
(B) Annelida
(C) Mollusca
(D) Arthropoda

Answer: Arthropoda
10 Pronounced cephalisation is a characteristic
(A) Echinoderms
(B) Annelida
(C) Mollusca
(D) Arthropoda

Answer: Arthropoda

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