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Question 370

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Appeared in Year: 2004

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Which one of the following is a pair of endangered species

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Choice (4)Response
a.Indian peacock and carrot grass
b.Rhesus monkey and Sal tree
c.Garden lizard and Mexican poppy
d.Hornbill and Indian Aconite.

Question 371

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Which of the following is the mode of reproduction in Amoeba?

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a.Binary fission and multiple fission
b.Multiple fission only
c.Binary fission and conjugation
d.Binary fission only

Question 372

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The pacinian corpuscle present in the skin is for?

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a.Pain
b.Pressure
c.Temperature
d.Movement

Question 373

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Which type of reproduction is found in Hydra?

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a.Polyembryony
b.Parthenogenesis
c.Sexual and asexual
d.Encystment

Question 374

Elementary Structure and Function of Eye and Ear
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The friction between the eyelids and the cornea is avoided by the secretion of

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Choice (4)Response
a.Conjunctiva and eyelids
b.Lacrimal glands
c.Hardarian glands
d.Meibomian glands

Question 375

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Appeared in Year: 2003

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Which one of the following is a matching pair of certain organism (s) and the kind of association?

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Choice (4)Response
a.Cuscuta (dodder) growing on other flowering plants-epiphytism
b.Shark and sucker fish- commensalism
c.Algae and fungi in lichens-mutualism
d.Orchids growing on trees-parasitism