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Multiple choice question for FYBSc students of B N Bandodkar college fo science, Thane.

Multiple choice question for FYBSc students of B N Bandodkar college fo science, Thane.

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    • F.Y.B.Sc. Course-I, Semester-I Multiple choice questions F. Y. B. Sc. Course-I Semester-I B N Bandodkar College of Science, Thane 1. Platyhelminthes are A. Multicellular, organ level organization B. Unicellular organization C. Multicellular organ-system level organization* D. Multicellular level organization 2. Protozoans are A. Multicellular, organ level organization B. Unicellular organization* C. Multicellular organ-system level organization D. Multicellular level organization 3. Poriferans are A. Multicellular, organ level organization B. Unicellular organization C. Multicellular organ-system level organization D. Multicellular level organization only* 4. Coelenterates are A. Multicellular, organ level organization B. Unicellular organization C. Multicellular tissue level organization* D. Multicellular level organization 5. Arthropods are A. Multicellular, organ level organization B. Unicellular organization C. Multicellular organ-system level organization* D. Multicellular level organization 6. Molluscans are A. Multicellular, organ level organization B. Multicellular organ-system level organization* C. Unicellular organization D. Multicellular level organizationProf. S. D. Rathod; [*indicates the answer] Page 1 address]
    • F.Y.B.Sc. Course-I, Semester-I 7. Volvox is A. Multicellular organism B. Monoflagellate protozoan organism C. Monomorphic colonial organism* D. Polymorphic colonial organism 8. Physalia is A. Poriferan B. Polymorphic colonial organism* C. Monomorphic colonial organism D. Belong to class Scyphozoa 9. Earthworm is A. Pseudosegmented organism B. Metamerically segmented organism* C. Non-segmented organism D. All of above 10. Tape worm is A. Triploblastic organism* B. Diploblastic organism C. Metamerically segmented organism D. Coelomate organism 11. Ascaris is A. Pseudocoelomate organism* B. Coelomate organism C. Acoelomate organism D. Diploblastic organism 12. Triploblasty means A. Three germ layers* B. Three types of cells C. Triradiate symmetry D. Three types of blastula 13. Metamerism involves A. True coelome B. Repetition of organs in each segment C. True segmentation D. All above* 14. Cephalization is observed in A. Lower sluggish animals B. Higher agile animals* C. Primitive agile animals D. Primitive sluggish animalsProf. S. D. Rathod; [*indicates the answer] Page 2 address]
    • F.Y.B.Sc. Course-I, Semester-I 15. Protozoans are A. Multicellular organisms B. Nonliving organisms C. Unicellular organisms* D. Prokaryotes 16. Conjugation is characteristic of A. Class- Sporozoa B. Class- Ciliophora* C. Class- Flagellata D. Class- Rhizopoda 17. Pseudopodia are characteristic of A. Class- Sporozoa B. Class- Ciliophora C. Class- Flagellata D. Class- Rhizopoda* 18. Autotrophic feeding occurs in A. Class- Sporozoa B. Class- Ciliophora C. Class- Flagellata* D. Class- Rhizopoda 19. Saprophytic condition predominantly occurs in A. Class- Sporozoa* B. Class- Ciliophora C. Class- Flagellata D. Class- Rhizopoda 20. Phylum - Porifera is characterized by A. Canal system* B. Multicellularity C. Radial symmetry D. All above 21. In Phylum - Porifera leuconoid canal system is a higher grade canal system occurs in A. Class – Calcaria B. Class - Hexactinellida C. Class – Demospongia* D. All above 22. In Phylum - Porifera spongine fibres are observed in A. Class - Calcaria B. Class - Hexactinellida C. Class – Demospongia* D. All aboveProf. S. D. Rathod; [*indicates the answer] Page 3 address]
    • F.Y.B.Sc. Course-I, Semester-I 23. In Phylum - Porifera asconoid canal system is seen in only A. Class – Calcaria* B. Class - Hexactinellida C. Class - Demospongia D. Non of above 24. In Phylum – Porifera hexactinate spicules are characteristic of A. Class – Calcaria B. Class – Hexactinellida* C. Class - Demospongia D. Non of above 25. Gemmules are found in A. Phylum Protozoa B. Phylum Porifera* C. Phylum Coelenterata D. Phylum Arthropoda 26. Ephyra larva is observed in Phylum A. Protozoa B. Porifera C. Coelenterata* D. Aschelminthes 27. Corals belong to class A. Calcaria B. Hydrozoa C. Scyphozoa D. Anthozoa* 28. In Coelenterates medusoid form is dominant in class A. Hydrozoa B. Scyphozoa* C. Anthozoa D. All above 29. In Phylum Coelenterata the stomach pouches containing horseshoe shaped gonads are found only in class A. Hydrozoa B. Scyphozoa* C. Anthozoa D. Not at all 30. Members of Phylum Coelenterata are characterized by A. Diploblasty B. Radial symmetry C. Gastro-vascular cavity D. All above*Prof. S. D. Rathod; [*indicates the answer] Page 4 address]
    • F.Y.B.Sc. Course-I, Semester-I 31. Obelia is A. Fresh water organism B. Marine organism* C. Terrestrial organism D. Arboreal organism 32. Trochophore larva is found in A. Phylum Aschelminthes B. Phylum Annelida* C. Phylum Porifera D. Phylum Arthropoda 33. Aschelminthes worms are A. Segmented, flattened, acoelomate and radially symmetrical B. Segmented, cylindrical, coelomate and bilaterally symmetrical C. Non-segmented, cylindrical, Pseudo-coelomate and bilaterally symmetrical* D. Non-segmented, flattened, pseudo-coelomate and radially symmetrical 34. Annelids are A. Coelomate* B. Radially symmetrical C. Pseudo-coelomate D. Diploblastic 35. Arthropods are A. Triploblastic, pseudo-coelomate and bilaterally symmetrical B. Diploblastic, coelomate and bilaterally symmetrical C. Triploblastic, coelomate and radially symmetrical D. Triploblastic, coelomate and bilaterally symmetrical* 36. Platyhelminths are A. Triploblastic, acoelomate and bilaterally symmetrical* B. Diploblastic, coelomate and bilaterally symmetrical C. Triploblastic, pseudo-coelomate and radially symmetrical D. Triploblastic, coelomate and bilaterally symmetrical 37. Radial symmetry is observed in A. Phylum – Annelida B. Phylum – Arthropoda C. Phylum – Porifera* D. Phylum – Aschelminthes 38. Higher organisms are characterized by A. Bilateral symmetry* B. Radial symmetry C. Diploblasty D. Food vacuolesProf. S. D. Rathod; [*indicates the answer] Page 5 address]
    • F.Y.B.Sc. Course-I, Semester-I 39. Respiratory organ like spiracle is commonly seen in one of the following class from Phylum Arthropoda A. Class - Crustacea B. Class – Insecta* C. Class - Arachnida D. Class - Myriapoda 40. Parapodia are characteristic of A. Class – Polychaeta* B. Class - Oligochaeta C. Class - Hirudinea D. Class - Trematoda 41. Naupilus larva is observed in the life cycle of A. Class – Crustacea* B. Class - Insecta C. Class - Arachnida D. Class - Myriapoda 42. Which of the following class of Phylum Arthropoda contains organisms having three pairs of thoracic legs A. Hirudinea B. Trematoda C. Crustacea D. Insecta* 43. Which of the following class of Phylum Arthropoda contains organisms having Four pairs of legs A. Crustacea B. Insecta C. Arachnida* D. Myriapoda 44. Which of the following class of Phylum Arthropoda contains organisms having cephalothorax A. Crustacea* B. Insecta C. Arachnida D. Myriapoda 45. Liver fluke belongs to class A. Nematoda B. Turbellaria C. Trematoda* D. CestodaProf. S. D. Rathod; [*indicates the answer] Page 6 address]
    • F.Y.B.Sc. Course-I, Semester-I 46. Earthworm Pheretima posthuma is A. diploblastic B. parasitic C. unisexual D. hermaphrodite* 47. Euplectella belongs to class A. Hydrozoa B. Calcaria C. Hexactinellida* D. Demospongia 48. Paramecium belongs to class A. Rhizopoda B. Flagellata C. Sporozoa D. Ciliophora* 49. Nereis belongs to class A. Polychaeta* B. Oligochaeta C. Hirudinia D. Turbellaria 50. Ascending order of canal systems in sponges is as A. leuconoid—asconoid—syconoid B. syconoid—leuconoid—asconoid C. asconoid—leuconoid—syconoid D. asconoid—syconoid—Leuconoid* 51. Ascending order of coelomic condition in Triploblastic organisms is A. Pseudocoelomate—coelomate—acoelomate B. Acoelomate—coelomate—pseudocoelomate C. Coelomate—pseudocoelomate—acoelomate D. Acoelomate—pseudocoelomate—coelomate* *Indicates the answerProf. S. D. Rathod; [*indicates the answer] Page 7 address]