Select the correct sequence for Homo erectus.

(1) erectus → homo → primata → chordata → animalia

(2) Homo → erectus → primata → animalia → chordata

(3) Homo → erectus → primata → chordata → animalia

(4) erectus → homo → animalia → primata → chordata

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Taxonomy 3: From family to Classification of Some Organisms
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Which of the following is the correct scientific name of wheat derived by binominal nomenclature?

(1) Triticum Vulgare

(2) Triticum aestivum

(3) Oryza sativa

(4) Zea mays

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Taxonomy 1: Nomenclature
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Taxonomic hierarchy refers to

(1) step-wise arrangement of all categories for classification of plants and animals

(2) a group of senior taxonomists, who decide the nomenclature of plants and animals

(3) a list of botanists or zoologists, who have worked on taxonomy of a species or group

(4) classification of a species based on fossil record

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Taxonomy 2: classification up to genus
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Find out the wrong statement -
a. Increase in mass and increase in number of individuals are twin characteristics of growth.
b. Growth, reproduction and ability to respond are the only unique features of living organisms.
c. a and b both
d. Metabolism, ability to self-replicate and self-organise are the unique features of living organisms.

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Introduction & Growth as Criterion for Being Living
Reproduction as Criterion for Being Living
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In------------- of higher animals and plants-------- and ------- are mutually------ events.
a. All, cell division, replacement, dependent
b. Majority , growth, reproduction, exclusive
c. All, growth, cell division, dependent
d. Majority ,cell division, replacement, exclusive

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Introduction & Growth as Criterion for Being Living
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What is correct with respect to Growth?
a. Increase in body mass is not a criterion for growth.
b. Increase in body mass is not observed in non-living things.
c. Accumulation or increase in mass from inside is the basis of growth in living beings.
d. Growth is considered as defining property of living beings.

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Introduction & Growth as Criterion for Being Living
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Growth is not considered as a defining property of living beings because
a. It is difficult to observe or measure.
b. Not a single criterion for the measurement of growth.
c. Also observed in non-living
d. Cannot be tracked as growth is from inside

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Introduction & Growth as Criterion for Being Living
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Growth is a characteristic of----------.
a. Living systems
b. Living organisms
c. Non-living organisms
d. Both b and c

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Introduction & Growth as Criterion for Being Living
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How many of the following will show the growth or increase in mass?
Mountain, Boulders, sand mound, Dead organism, plants.
a. 3
b. 4
c. 1
d. 2

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Introduction & Growth as Criterion for Being Living
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Select the correct combination:
a. Plants: limited cell division
b. Animals: Cell division throughout life span in all type of cells.
c. Unicellular organisms: Growth observation by microscope
d. Living organisms: external growth

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Introduction & Growth as Criterion for Being Living
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