Lecturer Zoology Solved Important MCQs Online Test No. 69

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Zoology
SubjectZoology Test 69
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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Lecturer Zoology Online Test No. 69

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The branching tree of evolution is called....

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During gastrulation, the primitive------- forms.

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Cell divisions called------ proceed so rapidly in the developing embryo that there is no growth of the cells between divisions.

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The primitive streak of a bird embryo is the functional equivalent of the------- in a frog.

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How does a zygote differ from an ovum?

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In a frog gastrula, the area where the gray crescent occurred will be the----- of the embryo and the blastopore its----.

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The idea that an egg or sperm contains a preformed, miniature infant that in turn contains a preformed, miniature infant is known as------.

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Which of the following is mismatched?

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In many species, the uneven distribution of ----- within the unfertilized eggs causes the embryonic cells to develop differently.

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If you wanted to examine the extraembryonic membranes surrounding a lizard or mouse embryo, you would have to cut through which of the following to see all the others?

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What is the embryonic origin of the lining of the digestive tube?

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One difference between the blastula and gastrula stages of development is that------.

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The human brain develops from--------.

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A sea urchin sperm penetrates the jelly coat of an egg and adheres to receptor proteins on the egg's surface as a result of-------.

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The part of the evolutionary theory that is termed "multiplication of species" pertains to?

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After a sperm penetrates an egg, a fertilization envelope forms. This envelope----.

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Which of the following exhibit great fossil beds?

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Which one of the following extraembryonic membranes functions in gas exchange and encloses a chamber for the deposition of wastes of a bird embryo?

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In mammals, the allantois is an extraembryonic membrane that is continuous with------.

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As an animal develops, organs form and the body transforms into a shape typical of the species, in a process called-------.

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In humans, the skeleton and muscles develop from the embryonic-------.

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Cells relocated from the dorsal lip of an amphibian emuryo to an abnormal position result in the development of a second notochord at the graft location This is an example of-------.

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The first scientific explanation of evolution was formulated by Jean Baptiste de Lamarck who outlined his idea of inheritance of acquired characteristics. Which of the following scenarios did Larmarck use to support his theory?

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Which of the following events is not part of gastrulation?

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Fossils may include which of the following?

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