The suffix that denotes the taxonomic category 'Family' in plants would be

(1) -ae

(2) -aceae

(3) -ales

(4) -nae

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As we go lower from kingdom to species, the number of common characters at each taxon:

1. Goes on decreasing

2. Goes on increasing

3. Remains same

4. There is no pattern to this

Subtopic:  Taxonomy 2: Classification up to Genus | Taxonomy 3: From Family to Classification of Some Organisms |
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Which of the following taxonomic categories contains organisms least similar to one another?

1. Class

2. Genus

3. Family

4. Species

Subtopic:  Taxonomy 3: From Family to Classification of Some Organisms |
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The label of a herbarium sheet does not carry information on

(1) date of collection

(2) name of collector

(3) local names

(4) height of the plant

Subtopic:  Taxonomical Aids: Part 2 | Taxonomical Aids |
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Match column I with column II for housefly classification and select the correct option using the codes given below:

  Column I   Column II
A. Family 1. Diptera
B. Order 2. Arthropoda
C. Class 3. Muscidae
D. Phylum 4. Insecta

 

Codes:

         A     B     C     D

(1)     3     1      4     2

(2)     3     2      4     1

(3)     4     3      2     1

(4)     4     2      1     3

Subtopic:  Taxonomy 2: Classification up to Genus | Taxonomy 3: From Family to Classification of Some Organisms |
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Study the four statements (I-IV) given below and select the two correct ones out of them:

I. Definition of biological species was given by Ernst Mayr.

II. Photoperiod does not affect reproduction in plants.

III. Binomial nomenclature system was given by RH Whittaker.

IV. In unicellular organisms, reproduction is synonymous with growth.

The two correct statements are

(1) II and III

(2) III and IV

(3) I and IV

(4) I and II

Subtopic:  Introduction & Growth as Criterion for Being Living | Reproduction as Criterion for Being Living |
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The living organisms can be unexceptionally distinguished from the non-living things on the basis of their ability for:

(1) responsiveness to touch

(2) interaction with the environment and progressive evolution

(3) reproduction

(4) growth and movement

Subtopic:  Metabolism and Consciousness as Criterion for Being Living |
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Biological organisation starts with

(1) Submicroscopic molecular level

(2) Cellular level

(3) Organismic level

(4) Atomic level

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ICBN stands for:

(1) Indian Congress of Biological Names

(2) International Code for Botanical Nomenclature

(3) International Congress of Biological Names

(4) Indian Code of Botanical NOmenclature

Subtopic:  Taxonomy 1: Nomenclature |
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Evolutionary history of an organism is known as :

(1) Phylogeny

(2) Ancestry

(3) Paleontology

(4) Ontogeny

Subtopic:  Taxonomy 1: Nomenclature |
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