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Asexual Reproduction in Invertebrates Quiz

MCQ: Sponges' and 'hydra' reproduces by;

  1. Fragmentation
  2. Budding
  3. Fission
  4. Parthenogenesis


An Introduction to Animal Muscles Quiz

MCQ: Skeletal muscles are:

  1. Voluntary muscles
  2. Involuntary muscle
  3. Multinucleated
  4. Lack nucleus


Sex Chromosomes and Autosomes Quiz

MCQ: If segments of chromosomes are missing, term is called as:

  1. Deletion
  2. Addition
  3. Translocation
  4. Inversion


What are Cells Quiz

MCQ: Cell membrane allows selective molecule to cross it while preventing entry of other molecules, process is called as:

  1. Selective membrane
  2. Selection ability
  3. Selectively permeable membrane
  4. Permeable membrane


Molecules of Animals Quiz

MCQ: Organic molecules in which only oxygen and hydrogen are present are termed as:

  1. Organic molecules
  2. Organic molecules
  3. Hydrocarbons
  4. Earth alkaline