The Living World MCQ Questions for Class 11 Biology Chapter 1 with Answers

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Q1. Which of the following has more characters In chtnmon?

(i) Species
(ii) Genus
(iii) Class
(iv) Division

(i) Species

Q2. Keystone species are

(i) important for ecosystem
(ii) important for plants
(iii) endangered species
(iv) extinct species

(i) important for ecosystem

Q3. A species was defined as ‘A population of interbreeding individuals which are reproductively isolated from other populations’ by

(i) J. B. Lamarck
(ii) Charles Darwin
(iii) Ernst Mayr
(iv) Carolus Linnaeus

(iii) Ernst Mayr

Q4. Choose correct scientific name of mango

(i) Mangifera indica Linn
(ii) Mangifera indica Hook
(iii) Mangifera indica L
(iv) Mangifera Indica

(i) Mangifera indica Linn

Q5. What is nomenclature?

(i) Genus name is written after species
(ii) Genus and species names are written in italics
(iii) Genus and species have the same name
(iv) The first letter of genus and species name is capital

(ii) Genus and species names are written in italics

Q6. Systematics is the study of

(i) Diversity amongst groups
(ii) Grouping of organisms
(iii) Identification and grouping of organisms
(iv) Nomenclature and classification or organisms

(i) Diversity amongst groups

Q7. Musca domestica is common name of

(i) Housefly
(ii) Mosquito
(iii) Snail
(iv) Ant

(i) Housefly

Q8. The basic unit of classification is

(i) Species
(ii) Phylum
(iii) Genus
(iv) Family

(i) Species

Q9. Which one of the following animals is correctly matched with its particular named taxonomic category ?

(i) Tiger – tigris, the species
(ii) Cuttle fish – mollusca, a class
(iii) Humans – primata, the family
(iv) Housefly – musca, an order

(i) Tiger – tigris, the species

Q10. Metabolism refers to

(i) Release of energy
(ii) Gain of energy
(iii) Catabolism
(iv) Gain or release of energy

(iv) Gain or release of energy

Q11. 2. Botanical gardens and zoological parks have

(i) collection of endemic living species only
(ii) collection of exotic living species only
(iii) collection of endemic and exotic living species
(iv) collection of only local plants and animals.

(iii) collection of endemic and exotic living species

Q12. Binomial nomenclature was given by

(i) Linnaeus
(ii) Pliny
(iii) Bentham and Hookes
(iv) Aristotle

(i) Linnaeus

Q13. Two taxonomic species are distinguished from each other by

(i) their failure to interbreed
(ii) their ability to exchange gene freely
(iii) their similarity in morphological characters
(iv) discontinuity in a set of correlated characters

(i) their failure to interbreed

Q14. In which organism protoplasm and cellular structure is absent

(i) Algae
(ii) Virus
(iii) Fungi
(iv) Bacteria

(ii) Virus

Q15. The living organisms can be unexceptionally distinguished from the non-living things on the basis of their ability for

(i) reproduction
(ii) growth and movement
(iii) responsiveness to touch.
(iv) interaction with the environment and progressive evolution

(i) reproduction

Q16. Scientific name are drawn form

(i) Latin
(ii) English
(iii) Sanskrit
(iv) Arabic

(i) Latin

Q17. Identify the incorrect match.

(i) Physiology – Study of functions and processes of life
(ii) Pedology – Soil science
(iii) Limnology – Study of fresh water
(iv) Kinesiology – Fossil study

(iv) Kinesiology – Fossil study

Q18. The Darwin of 20th century is

(i) Aristotle
(ii) Ernst Mayr
(iii) Carolus Linnaeus
(iv) Theophrastus

(ii) Ernst Mayr

Q19. Any type of taxonomic group of the organisms is called

(i) Taion
(ii) Category
(iii) Classification
(iv) Rank of hierarchy

(i) Taxon

Q20. The study of fish culture is called

(i) ophiology
(ii) herpetology
(iii) ichthyology
(iv) pisciculture

(iv) pisciculture

Q21. Binomial nomenclature was introduced by

(i) de Vries
(ii) Carlous Linnaeus
(iii) Huxley
(iv) John Ray

(ii) Carlous Linnaeus

Q22. Father of Taxonomy is

(i) Linnaeus
(ii) Aristotle
(iii) John Ray
(iv) None of the above

(i) Linnaeus

Q23. National Botanical Research Institute is located in

(i) Shimla
(ii) Dehradun
(iii) Howrah
(iv) Lucknow

(iv) Lucknow

Q24. The Father of Zoology is

(i) John Ray
(ii) Buffon
(iii) Carlous Linnaeus
(iv) Aristotle

(iv)

Aristotle

Q25. Systema Nature’ is a book written by

(i) Linnaeus
(ii) Charak
(iii) John Roy
(iv) De Candole

(i) Linnaeus

Q26. In angiosperm, characters of flowers are used in classification because

(i) Flowers are attractive
(ii) Flowers are large
(iii) Characters of flowers are conservative
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Characters of flowers are conservative

Q27. An important criterion for modern day classification is

(i) resemblances in morphology
(ii) anatomical and physiological traits
(iii) breeding habits
(iv) presence or absence of notochord

(ii) anatomical and physiological traits

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