Plants respond to which types of external Factors?
a. Light, water, Temperature and Pollutants.
b. Light, water, Temperature, Other organisms and Pollutants.
c. Light and temperature
d. Light, Temperature and Pollutants.
a. Reproduction of seasonal breeder plants
b. Metabolism of seasonal breeder animals
c. Metabolism of seasonal breeders
d. Reproduction of seasonal breeders
What is true with respect to consciousness?
a. All organisms are aware of themselves.
b. All organisms handle Chemicals entering their bodies.
c. Prokaryotic organisms do not respond to environmental cues.
d. Human beings are not self-conscious
The only self-conscious organisms are-
If we define Self-consciousness as the defining property of Human beings, what can be the exception to it?
a. Blind people
b. Autistic child
c. Coma Patient
d. Heart Patient
If we define coma patient under living category, which of the following will not be a supporting feature to him or her?
c. Cellular organization
d. Both a and c
All living phenomena occur due to
b. Properties of cellular components
c. Properties of molecular components
d. Both b and c
The living organisms are
a. Self replicating, self regulating, interactive system
b. Self replicating, self regulating, evolving, interactive system
c. Self replicating, self regulating,evolving, interactive system, capable of responding external stimuli
d. Self replicating, self regulating, interactive system capable of sensing external stimuli
Which of the following statement is incorrect?
a) Biology is the story of evolution of living organism on Earth
b) All living organisms are related to each other by sharing common Genetic material with no variation.
c) The interactions among cells at tissue level and among tissues at organelle level give rise to an emergent property at higher level of organization.
d) Interactions among molecular components is true in the hierarchy of organizational complexity at all levels.
By increasing the area of observation…..and ……… of organisms will increase.
a. Size and variety
b. Range and variety
c. Efficiency and range
d. Growth and variety