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Subphylum Chelicerata: Class Pycnogonida Quiz

MCQ: Members of class 'pycnogonida' are 'Dioceous' and 'gonads' are

  1. Spiral shaped
  2. U shaped
  3. V shaped
  4. S shaped


Class Oligochaete Quiz

MCQ: A non-living secreted covering of body in 'oligochaetes' is

  1. Epidermis
  2. Ectodermis
  3. Cuticle
  4. Tegument


Superclass Agnatha Quiz

MCQ: Members of 'genus lampetra' are called

  1. Lancelets
  2. Brook lamprey
  3. Hagfishes
  4. Hedgehog


Subphylum Crustacea: Class Malacostraca Quiz

MCQ: Circulation of water over 'the gills' is carried out with help of

  1. Cephalothoracic appendages
  2. Scaphognathite
  3. Peripods
  4. Operculum


Class Aves: General Characteristics Quiz

MCQ: Flight muscles are attached to 'sternum' and 'clavicles' and extends to the

  1. Humerus
  2. Femur
  3. Ulna
  4. Radius