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Biological Systematics And Classification MCQ Question Answer For HPTET Medical

Biological Systematics And Classification MCQ Question Answer For HPTET Medical

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Biological Systematics And Classification MCQ Question Answer For HPTET Medical


 1. Linnaeus is known as

(a) Father of Taxonomy

(b) Father of Zoology

(c) Father of Botany

(d) Father of Genetics


2. Plant and animal classification was given by

(a) Gregor John Mendel

(b) Charles Darwin

(c) Carl Van Linnaeus

(d) Aristotle


3. Three kingdom system was proposed by

(a) Aristottle

(b) Linnaeus

(c) Whittaker

(d) Haeckel


4. Binomial system refers to

(a) One name

(b) One generic and one specific name

(c) Common name

(d) One international name


5. Ernst Meyer gave the

(a) Classification of organism into five kingdom

(b) Term ecological niche

(c) Trinomial nomenclature

(d) Biological concept of species


 6. The term systematics was coined by

(a) John Ray

 (b) Theophrastus

c) Carolus Linnaeus 

(d) A.P. de Candolle


7. Hierarchy of categories was introduced by 

(a) John Ray 

(b) Bauhin

(c) Linnaeus 

(d) A.P.de Candolle


8. The standard size of herbarium sheet is

(a) 25 x 38 cm 

(b) 21 x 36 cm

(c) 15 x 30 cm

 (d) 29 x 41 cm


9. The basis of karyotaxonomy is

(a) Chromosome number

(b) Sedimentation rate of ribosomes

(c) Chromosome banding

(d) Number of nucleoli


10. A convenient way of easy identification of  an organism by applying diagnostic  characters is called

(a) Classification 

(b) Key

(c) Systematics

 (d) None of these 


11. Number of families in Bentham and Hooker's  classification is

(a) 196

(b) 202

(C) 206

(d) 186


12. Adansonian taxonomy brings out relationships with the help of

(a) Evolutionary tendencies

(b) Statistics of all known traits

(c) Similarities and dissimilarities

(d) All of the above


13. Species having many sub-species are

(a) Polytypic/macrospecies

(b) Sibling

(c) Allopatric

(d) Monotypic/Microspecies


14. ICBN is connected with

(a) Correct nomenclature of biochemicals

(b) Correct nomenclature of animals

(c) Correct nomenclature of plants

(d) All of the above


15. Specimen on which original publication of author was based is

(a) Holotype

 (b) Lactotype

(c) Syntype

 (d) Isotype


16. Binomial nomenclature was mentioned for  the first time in the book just 

(a) Philosphie Zoologique

(b) Systema Naturae

(c) Historia Plantarum

(d) None of these


17. In Five-kingdom classification, the kingdom that includes the blue-green algae, nitrogen bacteria and methanogenic bacteria is

(a) Monera 

(b) Protista

(c) Plantae

 (d) Fungi


18. The largest herbarium of the world is located at

(a) New York

 b) Berlin

(c) Geneva

 (d) Kew


19. The forest research institute is located at

(a) Delhi

(b) Pune

(c) Jammu

 (d) Dehradun


20. The foundation of Indian Botanical Garden, Kolkata was laid in the year

(a) 1757

(b) 1797

(c) 1787

(d) 1807


21. Holotype is the specimen

(a) Synonym for lectotype

(b) Synonym for neotype

c) Synonym for paratype

(d) Used by author of the name designated by him as the nomenclatural type


22. Scientific name of plants are mostly derived from which language ?

(a) Greek 

(b) Latin

(c) French 

(d) Sanskrit


23. The Royal Botanical Garden is situated in

(a) Kew

(b) New Delhi

(c) Paris

(d) Washington


24. According to Whittaker, one of the following is most primitive evolutionary group

(a) Fungi

 (b) Monera

(c) Plantae

 (d) Protista


25. The classification of Engler and Prantl is one which is based on

(a) Overall similarities

(h) Plant habit

(c) Utilization system

(d) Common evolutionary descent


Directions Qs. 26-30: In each of the following questions, a statement of Assertion (A) is given followed by a corresponding statement of Reason(R) just below it. Of the statements, mark the correct answer:

 (a) If both assertion and reason are true and reason is the correct explanation of assertion.

(b) If both assertion and reason are true but reason is not the correct explanation of assertion

(c) If assertion is true but reason is false

(d) If assertion is false but reason is true.


26. Assertion (A): Vernacular names are chosen for nomenclature.

Reason (R): Vernacular names are familiar to local residents.


27. Assertion (A): Organisms are named according to binomial nomenclature.

Reason (R): Names consist of two words-one scientific and other vernacular.


 28. Assertion (A): The same specific name can be given to organisms belonging to different genera.

Reason (R): Two organisms of different species may have same specific names.


29. Assertion (A): Names of organisms are generally given in Latin.

Reason (R): Latin language has names for all organisms.


30. Assertion (A): The hierachy includes seven obligate categories.

Reason (R): Intermediate categories are used to make taxonomic position more informative.

Answer:-{26-D,27-C,28-C,29-C.30-B}

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