Diversity in Living Organisms


What are naked-seeded plants are called?



Diversity in Living Organisms

Q 1.

Eichler classified the plant kingdom into two sub-kingdoms. Name the two sub kingdoms.

Q 2.

Identify which of the following are monocots and dicots : garlic, onion, tomatoes, corn, peppers, potatoes, wheat, beans

Q 3.

In how many Phyla, the animal kingdom is divided into?

Q 4.

Name the kingdom which includes the simplest form of eukaryotes.

Q 5.

Amar, Ujala and Anara wrote the scientic name of mango as follows. Who wrote it correctly.
Amar - Mangifera Indica
Ujala - Mangifera indica
Anara - mangifera indica

Q 6.

Name the book written by Carolus Linnaeus on the classification of organisms.

Q 7.

How Angiosperms are divided further?

Q 8.

How do annelid animals differ from arthropods?

Q 9.

Give examples of animals that belong to Phylum Mollusca.

Q 10.

Do Protozoans have eyes?

Q 11.

Give two examples of Bryophyta plants?

Q 12.

Give three examples of Molluscs

Q 13.

Snakes, turtles, lizards and crocodiles belong to which category of vertebrates?

Q 14.

Which do you think is a more basic characteristic for classifying organisms?(a) the place where they live.(b) the kind of cells they are made of. Why?

Q 15.

Which organisms are called primitive and how are they different from the so-called advanced organisms?

Q 16.

In which kingdom will you place an organism which is single-celled, eukaryotic and photosynthetic?

Q 17.

What are the major divisions in the Plantae? What is the basis for these divisions?

Q 18.

Do sponges have a nervous system?

Q 19.

Which animal phylum is commonly called as flatworms?

Q 20.

How do poriferan animals differ from coelenterate animals?

Q 21.

Which phylum is commonly called roundworms or pinworms?

Q 22.

Give examples of organisms which belong to Phylum Protochordata.

Q 23.

Which in your opinion is more basic characteristic for classifying organism. The place where they live in or the kind of cells they are made of?

Q 24.

Woese introduced by dividing the Monera kingdom into two sub-kingdoms. Name the two?

Q 25.

Write the name of the group of plants, which produces seeds, but not fruits.

Q 26.

Identify the Animalia group having following features:

Q 27.

Spiny skin, marine, triploblastic coelomates having water-driven tube system for locomotion. What type of group are we talking of?

Q 28.

Give three examples of animals belong to Echinodermata

Q 29.

Give three examples of Protochordata animals.

Q 30.

Give an example of mammal that can fly.

Q 31.

Why do we classify organisms?

Q 32.

On what bases are plants and animals put into different categories?

Q 33.

Who wrote the book The Origin of Species?

Q 34.

Explain the basis for grouping organisms into five kingdoms.

Q 35.

Blue-green algae are classified with bacteria and placed in kingdom Monera.

Q 36.

How do the saprophytes get their food? Give two examples of a saprophyte.

Q 37.

What is a thallus?

Q 38.

What are the uses of bryophytes?

Q 39.

How do thallophytes and pteridophytes differ from each other? Write two differences.

Q 40.

How Phanerogams are divided further chiefly?

Q 41.

Name the phylum to which the following are included. (i) Spider (ii) Cockroach (iii) Prawn (iv) Housefly

Q 42.

Animals belong to phylum Coelenterata are diploblastic. What do you mean by the term diploblastic?

Q 43.

Write important features about Phylum Platyhelminthes.

Q 44.

Give examples of animals belong to Nematoda.

Q 45.

Name the first animals (phylum) that have a true body cavity.

Q 46.

Name the largest group (phylum) of animals.

Q 47.

How is a body of Arthropods segmented?

Q 48.

How is locomotion brought in animals belonging to Mollusca phylum?

Q 49.

List three important characteristics of Phylum Protochordata.

Q 50.

Name the substance which makes the cell wall of fungi.