Scientific name does not ensure
a. Each organism has only one name
b. Description of any organism lead to the same name of organism in any part of the world
c. No two organisms have the same name
d. Status of threat of extinction of that organism holding a specific scientific name.
a. Specific epithet of mango
b. Specific epithet of Indus valley species
c. Specific epithet of wheat ( indian species)
d. Specific epithet of Rice ( indian species)
Biological names are ……in ……. and written in ……….
a. Always, latin, italics
b. Generally, italics, latin
c. Generally, latin, italics
d. Always, italics, latin
In order to indicate the latin origin of scientific names-
a. They are latinised irrespective of their origin.
b. They are derived from latin on the basis of their origin.
c. They are italicized on the basis of their origin.
d. They are italicized irrespective of their origin.
Latin origin is indicated by
a. By separately underlining when handwritten
b. By printing in italics
c. Both a and b
d. By capitalizing first alphabet of generic name.
Name of the author is not written in which of the following way?
a. After the specific epithet
b. In abbreviated form
c. At the end of Biological name
d. Written in italics
Classification is not associated with
a. Grouping into convenient categories
b. Based on easily observable characters
c. Purpose is to study all the living organisms
d. Writing scientific names in impressive and understandable way.
What is incorrect with respect to taxa?
a. Represents a category at different levels.
b. Human and Homo sapiens represents different taxa.
c. Mammals, Dogs and animals represent taxa at different levels.
d. Taxa is a scientific term for category
48. Binomial Nomenclature is the system
p. Given by Carolus Linnaeus
q. Practised by scientists of Botany only
r. Has two components
s. Inconvenient than earlier naming systems
How many of the statements are correct?
Which of the following is wrong with respect to taxonomy?
a. Process of classification
b. External and internal structure, structure of cell development process and ecological information is the basis of modern taxonomic studies.
c. Characterisation, identification are the only basic processes to taxonomy.
d. Taxonomy is not something new.