Lecturer Zoology Solved Past Paper MCQs Online Test No. 61

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Test Name Lecturer Zoology
Subject Zoology Test 61
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100
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Lecturer Zoology Online Test No. 61

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.................may add new genetic material to established gene pool of a population?

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Structures that evolve from same ancestral form though function may differ?

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Pattern of evolution in which two closely related populations gradually become more and more different?

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Natural selection changes allele frequencies because some………survive and reproduce more successfully than others:

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Type of mutation which results in formation of premature stop codon in a coding region of genome is termed as:

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Paleontology, the study of fossils, was developed by?

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During an individual organism's lifetime, which of these is most likely to help the organism respond properly to changes in its environment?

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Evolution of Homo sapiens is an example of?

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According to scientific estimates, the life in the cosmos came into being as earlier as:

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Which group is composed entirely of individuals who maintained that species are fixed (i.e., unchanging)?

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Which among the following can best describe a mutation occurring in a noncoding region of genome?

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Which of the following published his extensive studies of vertebrate fossils?

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Which among the following is an example of atavistic structures?

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Among following, which taxon exhibits pronounced level of polyploidy?

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Which of the following pairs of structures is least likely to represent homology?

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Which of the following leads to speciation?

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Evolution that results from relationships between organisms is ______?

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Which of the following anatomical structures is homologous to bones in wing of a bird?

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Which of Darwinʹs ideas had the strongest connection to Darwin having read Malthusʹs:

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Which of these evolutionary agents is most consistent at causing populations to become better suited to their environments over the course of generations?

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Any selective force which pushes population towards median traits?

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Microevolution can best be described as following:

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Sexual selection accruing within a same population may ultimately leads to:

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Which term is the most suitable to describe a polyploid having its sets of chromosomes derived from different species?

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Group of organisms that have a common ancestor and some of its descendants?

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