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Patterns of Organization Quiz

MCQ: If part of an animal are arranged without axis, animals are called

  1. Symmetric
  2. Asymmetric
  3. Parallel
  4. Square


Class Myxini and Cephalaspidomorphi Quiz

MCQ: Sucking mouth with teethes and rasping tongue is characteristics of class

  1. Myxini
  2. Cephalochordata
  3. Cephalaspidomorphi
  4. Chondrichthyes


General Characteristics of Echinoderms Quiz

MCQ: Number of living species of 'echinoderms' is nearly

  1. 5000
  2. 6000
  3. 4000
  4. 7000


Phylum Cnidaria Quiz

MCQ: In coelenterates embryo elongates to form a free swimming and ciliated 'larvae' called

  1. Trochophore
  2. Planula
  3. Higgins larva
  4. Tadpole


Phylum Mollusca: Class Cephalopoda Quiz

MCQ: Testis are part of male reproductive tract, that encase sperm in packets, named as

  1. Shell
  2. Slit
  3. Matophores
  4. Trochophore