Feb 6, 2020

Diversity in Living World Objective Question | NEET Biology Papers

Diversity in Living World Objective Question
Diversity in Living World Objective Question for NEET Biology Preparation. Here we discuss on Characteristic of Living Organism, Classification and Taxonomic Categories, Taxonomical Aids for NEET Examination. National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test Sample Papers will give an idea about the examination. Candidates are advised to practice old and previous papers to know about the syllabus. All objective and MCQ questions are in model practice set for best preparation.



1. Which is called sexual system of classification?
A. Bentham and Hooker
B. Tippo
C. Linnaeus
D. Takhtajan

2. Which of the following is not in a correct hierarchical order?
A. class, family, genus
B. phyllum, order, family
C. class, order, family
D. family, class, order

3. Father of botany is-
A. Aristotle
B. Robert Hooker
C. Darwin
D. Theophrastus

4. Select the wrong statements-
I. Lower the taxon, more are the characteristic that the members within the taxon share.
II. Order is the assemblange of genera which exhibit a few similar characters.
III. Cat and dog are included in the same family-Felidae.
IV. Binomial nomenclature was introduced by Carolus Linnaeus
A. I, II and III
B. II, III and IV
C. II and III
D. III and IV

5. Scientific study of diversity of organisms and their evolutionary relationships is-
A. Morphology
B. Anatomy
C. Taxonomy
D. Systematics

6. Which one is exclusive characteristics of living beings?
A. Increase in mass both from outside and inside
B. Increase in mass from inside
C. Isolated metabolic reactions in vitro
D. perception of events happening in environment and their memory.

7. A fundamental requirement of living organism is -
A. Evolution
B. Order
C. Growth
D. energy

8. The wildlife protection Act 1972 was first amended in-
A. 1991
B. 1995
C. 1998
D. 2007

9. 62 A genus with a single species is-
A. Typical
B. Polytypic
C. Monotypic
D. Atypical

10. The framework system of classification in which various taxonomic categories are arranged in order of logical sequence is called-
A. Systematic
B. classification
C. hierarchy
D. taxon

No comments: