Diversity in Living World-What Is Living? (NEET Biology): Questions 8 - 14 of 127

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Question number: 8

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

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Founder of “Taxonomy” is

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Aristotle

b.

Haeckel

c.

Linnaeus

d.

John Ray

Question number: 9

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

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The term ‘New systematics’ was introduced by

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Karl Prantl

b.

George Bentham

c.

Julian Huxley

d.

Adolf Engler

Question number: 10

» Diversity in Living World » What Is Living? » Binomial Nomenclature

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Linnaeus is credited with

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

binomial nomenclature

b.

discovery of blood circulation

c.

discovery of microscope

d.

theory of biogenesis

Question number: 11

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

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In a hierarchical system of plant classification, which one of the following taxonomic ranks generally ends in ‘ceas’?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Family

b.

Genus

c.

Class

d.

Order

Question number: 12

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

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Sequence of taxonomic categories is

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Division – Class – Order – Family – Tribe – Genus - Species

b.

Phylum – Order – Class – Tribe – Family – Genus – Species

c.

Class – Phylum – Tribe – Order – Family – Genus – Species

d.

Division – Class – Family – Tribe – Order – Genus - Species

Question number: 13

» Diversity in Living World » What Is Living? » Binomial Nomenclature

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Binomial nomenclature means

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Two names of same plant.

b.

One name given by two scientists.

c.

Two names, one latinised, other of a person.

d.

One scientific name consisting of a generic and specific epither.

Question number: 14

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

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Species is

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Not related to evolution.

b.

Unit in the evolutionary history of a tree.

c.

Unit of classification.

d.

Specific class of evolution.

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