Biology Chapter 10 MCQs

Biology Chapter 10 MCQs Class 11

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Biology Chapter 10 includes

  • Development of complexity in animals
  • Grade Radiata
  • Grade Bilateria
  • Parazoa

Biology Chapter 10 MCQs Class 11



#1. Shark liver oil is source of:

#2. These animals have large canine:

#3. Which is not related to other:

#4. The integumentary and nervous system are developed from:

#5. The animals without a body cavity are called:

#6. The body cavity of Nematoda is:

#7. Entrobius vermicular is called:

#8. In mollusca, a blue colored respiratory pigment is:

#9. The asexual reproduction in sponges occurs by:

#10. Pseudocoelom is present in:

#11. Pseudocoelom is characteristic feature of:

#12. The cartilagenous fishes contain scales:

#13. Which is the sequence of bones in the mammalian ears:

#14. The inner layer of most sponges is called:

#15. Number of legs in arachnids is:

#16. Animals that have their body cavity filled with parenchyma are:

#17. The animal with exceptionally large brain is:

#18. The pores by which the water leaves the body of sponges are called:

#19. Venus flower basket is:

#20. Most spiders have eyes:

#21. Aquatic arthropods respire through:

#22. The larva found in echinoderms is:

#23. The polyp is reduced and medusa is dominant:

#24. The number of round worms in a single rotting apple is:

#25. The phylum which is exclusively marine is:

#26. Flame cells are excretory cells in:

#27. The presence of notochord is the character of:

#28. Hydra belongs to phylum:

#29. A free swimming trochophore larva is produced during life cycle of:

#30. Sea urchin belongs to phylum:

#31. Pylop and Medusa are examples of:

#32. Sea anemone belongs to phylum:

#33. Dolphin is:

#34. The color of blood of molluscans is:

#35. Which of the following is not a sub phylum of chordata:

#36. Primary host of tape worm is:

#37. The second largest phylum of invertebrates is:

#38. Ancylostoma duodenal is biological name of:

#39. Round worms are:

#40. Parapodia are the organs of locomotion in:

#41. Nephridia are excretory structures of:

#42. A blue colored respiratory pigment called hemocyanin is found in:

#43. Metamerically segmented animals are belonging to:

#44. Blood of arthropoda is:

#45. In arthropods, blood is colorless, as it is without:

#46. A rasping tongue like a radula having horny teeth is present in:

#47. Slow worm belongs to phylum:

#48. The spinny skinned animals are included in:

#49. Scales in pangolin are actually:

#50. The larvae such as bipinnaria and brachiloria develop in members of phylum:

#51. The example of phylum hemichordata is:

#52. Ascaris lumbricoides is an intestinal parasite of:

#53. Pseudocoelom is characteristic feature of phylum:

#54. Which of the following is a motile coelenterate:

#55. Haemocyanin is found in the phylum:

#56. In sponges asexual reproduction takes place by budding. The internal buds are called:

#57. The skeleton of sponges are called as:

#58. In animals the digestive system develops from:

#59. The number of pair of spiracles in abdominal segments of cockroach are:

#60. All flatworms belongs to phylum:

#61. Coral reefs are mostly formed of:

#62. Pseudocoel is found in:

#63. Dugesia is a free-living flatworm with a ciliated outer surface. It is commonly called:

#64. Reproductive system is formed from:

#65. In ecinodermata the larva is:

#66. Mollusca has a respiratory pigment of blue colour called:


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