Diversity in Living World-What Is Living? (NEET Biology): Questions 111 - 115 of 127

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Question number: 111

» Diversity in Living World » What Is Living? » Need for Classification

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According to Bentham and Hooker’s classification which family/order was considered most primitive?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Malvaceae/Malvales

b.

Orchidaceae/Orchidales

c.

Ranunculaceae/Ranales

d.

Brassicaceae/Parietales

Question number: 112

» Diversity in Living World » What Is Living? » Need for Classification

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In Bentham and Hooker’s classification position of some families like Ceratophyllaceae, Salicaceae and Empetraceae not fixed and these families unrelated to each other were placed in a group “Ordines anomali”. This group belongs to

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Gamopetalae

b.

Gymnospermae

c.

Polypetalae

d.

Monochlamydeae

Question number: 113

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………………. . is known as incomplete because in this sub class sepals and petals are not distinct. Flowers usually possess only one whorl of perianth which is sepaloid

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Polypetalae

b.

Monochlamydae

c.

Gamopetalae

d.

Polypetalae and Gamopetalae

Question number: 114

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

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“Systematics is the study of diversity of organisms and all their comparative and evolution relationship”. Above statement is related to

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Haeckel

b.

G. Simpson

c.

Mendal.

d.

Mayer

Question number: 115

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

Appeared in Year: 1999

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Question

Practical purpose of taxonomy or classification [CBSE PM/PD]

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Explain the origin of organisms.

b.

Identification of medicinal plants

c.

To know the evolutionary history

d.

Facilitate the identification of unknown species.

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