Animal Kingdom Objective Type Questions and Answers

Animal Kingdom Objective Type Questions and Answers

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1 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
2 A photosensitive part of insect ommatidium is
(A) crystalline connes
(B) pigment cells
(C) rhabdome
(D) sensory neuron

Answer: rhabdome
3 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
4 Which of the following includes coelomate unsegmented organisms?
(A) Annelida
(B) Molusca
(C) Chordata
(D) Arthropoda

Answer:Molusca
5 Head. Foot and visceral mass-this combination of characters is diagnostic of
(A) Echinoderms
(B) Arthropods
(C) Molluscs
(D) Annelida

Answer: Molluscs
6 Internal shell is present in
(A) Pila
(B) Sepia
(C) Chiron
(D) Lamellidens

Answer:Sepia
7 Identify the larva which is present only in members of gastropods
(A) Trochophore
(B) Veliger
(C) Glochidium
(D) Muller’s larva

Answer: Veliger
8 Osphradium is to test the purity of water in
(A) Pila
(B) Starfish
(C) Housefly
(D) Earhworm

Answer:Pila
9 The respiratory organs in a freshwater mussel are
(A) book lungs
(B) pulmonary sacs
(C) gills
(D) respiratory siphons

Answer: gills
10 Sepia is commonly known as
(A) star fish
(B) jelly fish
(C) cuttle fish
(D) silver fish

Answer: cuttle fish

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