Lecturer Zoology Solved Important MCQs Online Test No. 68

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Zoology
SubjectZoology Test 68
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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Lecturer Zoology Online Test No. 68

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Zoologists have always looked to embryology for clues to the animal evolutionary history. or...

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Which of the following are involved in the number and orientation of segments in animals?

3 / 25

The posterior portion of the neural tube will develop into the frog's___.

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The notochord functions as a core around which mesodermal cells form the frog's___.

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The three-layered embryo is the___.

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 In sea anemones and comb jellies, only two germ layers are formed, endoderm and ectoderm, and these animals are said to be...

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As cleavage continues, a zygote forms into a solid multicellular ball called a(n)__.

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Genes similar to HOM genes of Drosophila are now known to occur in other insects, as well as...

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During gastrulation in frogs, cells from the animal pole spread over the embryo and form the___.

10 / 25

The function of the amnion in birds, reptiles, and mammals is to____.

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Which of the following is mismatched?

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During gastrulation, invagination occurs at the____.

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During gastrulation in frogs, a rod of mesoderm under the dorsal surface forms the___.

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The__ eventually develops into the sea urchin's digestive tract

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The gill arches in the embryos of terrestrial vertebrates become the primordial for the formation of the upper and lower jaws and the inner ear of vertebrates. The second, third, and fourth gill pouches contribute to which of the following?

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Several hours after fertilization, cleavage results in the formation of a hollow ball of cells called a___.

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Which of the following links the embryo physically and functionally with the placenta?

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In vertebrates, the ectoderm gives rise to the___.

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The enlarged anterior portion of the neural tube will develop into a frog's___.

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In sea urchins, the process of fertilization produces a(n)__.

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The___ is(are) formed when the neural folds join and a portion of the neural plate sinks beneath the embryo's surface.

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An ectodermal thickening above the frog's notochord forms a___.

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One consequence of the acrosomal reaction is____.

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Which of the following terms has to do with the formation of a coelom

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All of the following structures are derived from mesoderm except the____.

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