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Question number: 1475

» Diversity in Living World » What is Living? » Tools for Study of Taxonomy

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Embryophytes includes

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Angiosperms only

b.

Bryophyta & Pteridophyta

c.

Algae and fungi

d.

All plants except Thallophyta

Question number: 1476

» Genetics and Evolution » Molecular Basis of Inheritance » DNA Finger Printing

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DNA finger printing was invented by

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Kary Mullis

b.

Dr. Paul Berg

c.

Alec Jeffery

d.

Francis Collins

Question number: 1477

» Diversity in Living World » What is Living? » Taxonomy & Systematics

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The system of classification proposed by Bentham and Hooker is

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Phylogenetic

b.

Artificial

c.

Numerical

d.

Natural

Question number: 1478

» Diversity in Living World » What is Living? » Concept of Species and Taxonomical Hierarchy

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Most acceptable concept of species is

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Biological concept

b.

Genetic concept

c.

Typological concept

d.

Static concept

Question number: 1479

» Diversity in Living World » What is Living? » Taxonomy & Systematics

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Kingdom Monera comprises the

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Plants of Thallophyta group

b.

All the plants studied in botany

c.

Plants of economic importance

d.

Prokaryotic organisms

Question number: 1480

» Diversity in Living World » What is Living? » Tools for Study of Taxonomy

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Chief merits of Bentham and Hooker’s classification is that

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

The description of the taxa are based on actual observation of the

Specimen

b.

It is a natural system of classification of all groups of plants

c.

It is a system mostly based on evolutionary concepts

d.

It also considers the phylogenetic aspects

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