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Question number: 813

» Human Physiology » Locomotion » Locomotion and Movement

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The articulation of vertebrae in vertebral column occurs when

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Post-zygapophyses of a vertebra fit over the post-zygapophyses of another vertebra behind.

b.

Post-zygapophyses of a vertebra in front fit beneath the pre-zygapophyses of another vertebra behind.

c.

Pre-zygapophyses of a vertebra fit over the post-zygapophyses of the vertebra in front.

d.

Pre and post-zygapophyses of vertebra simply touch one another.

Question number: 814

» Diversity in Living World » Five Kingdom Classification » Plant Group - Pteridophytes

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Selaginella is heterosporous. It produces two types of spores. The microspore develops into microgametophyte and the megaspore develops into megagametophyte.

With respect to gametophyte, which one statement is correct?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

The microgametophyte prossesses chlorophyll at maturity.

b.

The microgametophyte develops within the wall of megaspore.

c.

The microgametophyte is devoid of chlorophyll at maturity.

d.

The microgametophyte develops chlorophyll at maturity.

Question number: 815

» Diversity in Living World » What is Living? » Biodiversity

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The term phylum was given by

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Linnaeus

b.

Haeckel

c.

Cuvier

d.

Theophrastus

Question number: 816

» Cell Structure and Function » Cell Organelles - Structure and Function » Cell Membrane

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Middle lamella is present

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a.

Inside the primary wall.

b.

Inside the secondary wall.

c.

Outside the primary wall.

d.

In between secondary and tertiary walls.

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