Diversity in Living World-Five Kingdom Classification (NEET Biology): Questions 712 - 715 of 935

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Question number: 712

» Diversity in Living World » Five Kingdom Classification » Fungi

Appeared in Year: 2007

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Question

One gene - one enzyme relationship was established for the first time in [CBSE PM/PD]

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Neurospora crassa

b.

Diplococcus pneumoniae

c.

Salmonella iyphimurium

d.

Escherichia Coli

Question number: 713

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

Appeared in Year: 2007

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If you are asked to classify the various algae into distinct groups, which of the following characters you should choose? [CBSE PM/PD]

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Nature of stored food materials in the cell

b.

Types of pigments present in the cell

c.

Chemical composition of the cell wall

d.

Structural organization of thallus

Question number: 714

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

Appeared in Year: 2007

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Question

In gymnosperms, the pollen chamber represents: [CBSE PM/PD]

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

A cell in the pollen grain in which the sperms are formed

b.

A cavity in the ovule in which pollen grains are stored after pollination

c.

An opening in the megagametophyte through which the pollen tube approaches the egg

d.

The microsporangium in which pollen grains develop

Question number: 715

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

Appeared in Year: 2007

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Question

Flagellated male gametes are present in all the three of which one of the following sets? [CBSE PM/PD]

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Riccia, Dryopteris and Cycas

b.

Anthoceros, Funaria and Spirogyra

c.

Zygnema, Saprolegnia and Hydrilla

d.

Fucus, Marsilea and Calotropis

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