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Structure of Bacteria Quiz

MCQ: Bacteria which can grow with or without presence of oxygen is known as

  1. facultative bacteria
  2. photosynthetic bacteria
  3. chemosynthetic bacteria
  4. uniroebic bacteria


Parazoa Quiz

MCQ: Animals which possesses flame cells, excretory ducts and excretory pores are termed as

  1. Acoelomates
  2. coelomates
  3. actomates
  4. feuromates


Animals: Growth and Development Quiz

MCQ: At cephalic end of primitive streak, closely packed cells form a local thickening known as

  1. nodes of ranvier
  2. spemann's node
  3. albert's node
  4. hensen's node


Mammals: Thermoregulation Quiz

MCQ: Mammals maintain a constant temperature range, which is about

  1. 37-38 °C
  2. 36-38 °C
  3. 37-38 °C
  4. 37-39 °C


Transport in Animals Quiz

MCQ: Circulatory system in phylum Arthropoda and phylum Mollusca is

  1. open circulatory system
  2. close circulatory system
  3. partially open system
  4. partially closed system