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Diversity in Living World NEET Questions

Question 1
Gram –ve and +ve bacteria have cell membrane made up of

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A
Chitin
B
Fats
C
Cellulose
D
Proteins and lipids
Question 2
Angiosperm, to which the largest flowers belong, is
A
Total root parasite
B
Partial stem parasite
C
Partial root parasite
D
Total stem parasite
Question 3
Sporophyte dependent upon gametophyte is found in
A
Algae
B
Pteridophytes
C
Fungi
D
Bryophytes
Question 4
Which of the following is a genetic vector?
A
Mosquito
B
Phage
C
Plasmid
D
None of these
Question 5
Which one is a parasitic algae?

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A
Polysiphonia
B
Cephaleuros
C
Vaucheria
D
Batrachospermum
Question 6
High energy phosphate bond is present in
A
ADP
B
Adenosine
C
AMP
D
Cyelic AMP
Question 7
5 Radial symmetry occurs in
A
Molluscs
B
Sponges
C
Star Fishes
D
Fishes
Question 8
The most vital process for the existence of life on earth is
A
Respiration in animals
B
Reproduction in plants and animals
C
Communication in animals
D
Photosynthesis by plants
Question 9
Kangaroo is a member of which order
A
Monotremata
B
Prototheria
C
Insectivora
D
Marsupialia
Question 10
Two similar holotypes are called
A
Mesotypes
B
Syntypes
C
Meotypes
D
Isotypes
Question 11
Birds and mammals in geological development of earth arose in period
A
Permian
B
Jurassic
C
Oligocene and Eocene
D
Carboniferous
Question 12
Glycogen is most structurally similar to
A
Starch
B
Maltose
C
Glucose
D
Cellulose
Question 13
Cataphylls are
A
Leaves of Selaginella
B
Scaly leaves of Pinus
C
Foliar leaves of Pinus
D
Needles of Pinus
Question 14
The book 'Systema Naturae' was written by
A
Linnaeus
B
Aristotle
C
Haeckel
D
Lamarck
Question 15
Transfusion tissue, a modified vascular tissue is present in the leaves of
A
Dalbergia
B
Dryopteris
C
Pinus
D
Lycopodium
Question 16
A plant having vascular supply, producing spores but lacking seed is a

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A
Pteridophyte
B
Byophyte
C
Angiosperm
D
Gymnosperm
Question 17
Fern prothallus is
A
Heteromorphic
B
Homothallic
C
Heterothallic
D
Heterotrophic
Question 18
In coelenterates, characteristic larva is
A
Rhabiditiform
B
Oncosphere
C
Planula
D
Cysticercus
Question 19
Earliest evidences of social life are attributed to
A
Java man
B
Neanderthal man
C
Peking man
D
Cro-Magnon man
Question 20
The capsid of tobacco mosiac virus (TMV) has capsomers numbering

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A
3120
B
2310
C
2130
D
1230
Question 21
The cell theory was proposed by

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A
Sutton and Boveri
B
August Weismann
C
Schleiden and Schwann
D
Metchnikoff
Question 22
In which of the following taxonomy, is equal weightage given to each of thousands of characters that a taxon exhibits
A
Classical taxonomy
B
Numerical taxonomy
C
Alpha taxonomy
D
Chemotaxonomy
Question 23
Ligulate leaves are found in
A
Selaginella
B
Mosses
C
Fern
D
Pinus
Question 24
Which one of the following is a metatherian mammal
A
Shrew
B
Kangaroo
C
Pangolin
D
Echidna
Question 25
Which of the following is a distinct character?
A
Chorda dorsalis
B
Pharyngotomy
C
Claws
D
Cephalization
Question 26
Linkage was first observed by
A
Walter Sutton
B
William Bateson
C
Thomas Hunt Morgan
D
Gregor Mendel
Question 27
The interspersion  of various degrees of chlorosis with the normal green colour of the leaf is called
A
Rosetting
B
Yellowing
C
Spotting
D
Mosaic
Question 28
Prototherians have evolved from
A
Reptiles
B
Eutherians
C
Birds
D
Amphibians
Question 29
Funaria is attached to substratum by
A
Roots
B
Rhizoids
C
Haustoria
D
Stem
Question 30
Who was the first to record EEG?
A
Einthoven
B
Hans Berger
C
Pavlov
D
A.S. Hyman
Question 31
Which of the following groups have one or more animals which are not pseudocoelomate?
A
Enterobius, wuchereria
B
Ancylostoma, dracunculus
C
Ascaris, ancylostoma
D
Ascaris, taenia
Question 32
Tailed bacteriophages are
A
Motile on surface of bacteria
B
Non-motile
C
Actively motile in water
D
Motile on surface of plant leaves
Question 33
Which one of the following pairs of geographical areas show maximum biodiversity in our country?
A
Eastern Himalaya and Western Ghats
B
Eastern Ghats and West Bengal
C
Kerala and Punjab
D
Sunderbans and Rann of Kutch
Question 34
Helper virus is called
A
Perfect phage of virus
B
A latent phage
C
None of these
D
A defective phage which helps another defective phage
Question 35
How has the free O2 been released into the earth's atmosphere whereas there was no free O2 at the time of origin of life?
A
By catabolic activity of animals
B
By photosynthetic activity
C
By heating of the Earth
D
None of these
Question 36
Evolution means
A
Progressive development of the race
B
History of race
C
History and development of race with variations
D
Development of race
Question 37
If a botanist has to nomenclate a similar species, he will use

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A
Syntype
B
Neotype
C
Mesotype
D
Isotype
Question 38
The enzyme DNA polymerase was discovered by
A
Kornberg
B
Stahl and Meselson
C
Watson and Crick
D
Okazaki
Question 39
Amniocentesis is a technique used for
A
Measuring size of foetus
B
Estimating amino acid content in the amnion
C
Determining position of foetus
D
Determining sex of foetus
Question 40
'Vestigial organs' are those organs which are
A
Characteristics of birds
B
Helpful in locomotion
C
Common
D
Not of much use today
Question 41
Spirogyra is a
A
None of these
B
Marine and free floating alga
C
Fresh water and free floating alga
D
Fresh water and locomotory alga
Question 42
Who first discovered fossils of 'Ramapithecus'?
A
J.K. Fuhlort
B
G.E. Lewis
C
Dubois
D
R. Dart
Question 43
Birds are evolved from

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A
Non-chordates
B
Fishes
C
Reptiles
D
Amphibians
Question 44
Prodigality of reproduction in darwinism refers to
A
Only a few individuals are able to survive
B
Every organism produces numerous offspring
C
Only a few individuals are able to reproduce
D
Successful organism produce numerous offspring
Question 45
Flatworms are
A
Coelomates
B
Acoelomates
C
Haemocoelomates
D
Pseudocoelomates
Question 46
Sexual reproduction in Spirogyra can be described as
A
Morphological anisogamy and physiological isogamy
B
Morphological as well as physiological isogamy
C
Morphological isogamy and physiological anisogamy
D
Morphological as well as physiological anisogamy
Question 47
Branch of Zoology dealing with the study of fishes is known as
A
Ornithology
B
Herpetology
C
Ichthyology
D
Mammalogy
Question 48
"Pangenesis hypothesis" was propounded by
A
Weismann
B
Wagner
C
Darwin
D
Galton
Question 49
The living steady state has a self-regulatory mechanimsm which is
A
Homeostasis
B
Homeotherms
C
Feedback mechanism
D
Homozygous
Question 50
The following is an example of saprophytes
A
Unicellular algae
B
Mushroom
C
Lichen
D
Ferns
Question 51
Which of the following is a saprophytic angiosperm?
A
Neottia
B
Mango
C
Agaricus
D
Cuscuta
Question 52
The art of growing short plants is called
A
Tissue culture
B
Topiary
C
Horticulture
D
Bonsai
Question 53
In suborder ophidia, the vertebrae are
A
Heterocoelus
B
Acoelus
C
Procoelus
D
Amphicoelus
Question 54
Pinus male and female reproductive structures occur
A
On different branches of the same plant
B
None of these
C
On different plants
D
On same branch
Question 55
Natural Selection Theory of Darwin is objected to, because it
A
Explains, adaptation of certain inherited characters
B
Stresses upon slow and small variations
C
Stresses upon interspecific competition
D
Explains that natural calamities take a heavy annular toll of lives
Question 56
Which one illustrates palaeontological evidence in favour of oraganic evolution?
A
Darwin's finches
B
Pappered moth
C
Duck bill platypus
D
Archaeopteryx
Question 57
Which of the following systems in man is affected by the bite of cobra?
A
Nervous
B
Digestive
C
Circulatory
D
Excretory
Question 58
Three generations one within the other are present in the seeds of

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A
Gymnosperms
B
All the these
C
Monocots
D
Dicots
Question 59
Primitive conditions of earth were experimentally shown by
A
Miller
B
Both Urey and Miller
C
None of these
D
Urey
Question 60
Which is the vestigial organ in man?
A
Cervical vertebra
B
Atlas
C
None of these
D
Vermiform appendix
Question 61
Polystelic stem is seen in
A
Funaria
B
Riccia
C
Cycas
D
Selaginella
Question 62
Two or more species occupying identical or overlapping areas are known as
A
Polytypic species
B
Allopatric species
C
Sympatric species
D
Sibling species
Question 63
Which one is a laboratory weed?

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A
Neurospora
B
Aspergillus
C
Saccharomyces
D
Penicillium
Question 64
What is the name of the book written by Aristotle?
A
Historia Animalia
B
Philosophie Zoologique
C
Histoire Naturella
D
Systema Nature
Question 65
Suctorial mouth occurs in
A
Butterfly
B
Taenia
C
Cockroach
D
Leech
Question 66
In which of the following jaws are found

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A
Petromyzon
B
Fish
C
Herdmania
Question 67
Coenobium means
A
Palmelloid form
B
A hollow spherical colony
C
None of these
D
A group of filaments
Question 68
Who wrote the book 'Genetics and Origin of Species'?
A
G.L. Stebbins
B
R.A. Fisher
C
Th. Dobzhaansky
D
J.B.S. Haldane
Question 69
Cyanobacteria are
A
None of these
B
Bacteria which attack cyanophyceae
C
Mosses which attack bacteria
D
Autotrophic organism with phycocyanin
Question 70
In Bryophyta the adult plant body is
A
Sporophyll
B
Epiphyte
C
Sporophyte
D
Gametophyte
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