Which of the following is used as an atmospheric pollution indicator?

1. Lepidoptera  2. Lichens 
3. Lycopersicon 4. Lycopodium
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The theory of spontaneous generation stated that
 

1. life arose from living forms only
2. life can arise from both living and non-living
3. life can arise from non-living 
4. life arises spontaneously, neither from living nor from the non-living.

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Animal husbandry and plant breeding programmes are the examples of:

1. reverse evolution

2. artificial selection

3. mutation 

4. natural selection

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Palaeontological evidences for evolution refer to the

1. development of embryo

2. homologous organs

3. fossils

4. analogous organs

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The bones of forelimbs of whale, bat, cheetah and man are similar in structure, because

1. one organism has given rise to another 

2. they share a common ancestor 

3. they perform the same function

4. they have biochemical similarities

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Analogous organs arise due to 

1. divergent evolution

2. artificial selection 

3. genetic drift 

4. convergent evolution 

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(p + q)2  = p2 +  2pq + q = 1 represents an equation used in 

1. population genetics  2. Mendelian genetics 
3. biometrics 4. molecular genetics 
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Appearance of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is an example of 

1. adaptive radiation

2. transduction 

3. pre-existing variation in the population

4. divergent evolution 

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Evolution of life shows that life forms had a trend of moving from:

1. land to water

2. dryland to wetland

3.  freshwater to sea water

4. water to land

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Viviparity is considered to be more evolved because 
 

1. the young ones are left on their own 
2. the young ones are protected by a thick shell 
3. the young ones are protected inside the mother's body and are looked after they are born leading to more chances of survival 
4. the embryo takes a long time to develop

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