PPSC Lecturer Zoology Test 13 Online Preparation MCQs

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Zoology
SubjectZoology Test 13
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

PPSC Lecturer of Zoology Practice Test 13

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Members of the order.......................often produce spermatophores:

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The larva of the lamprey is known as the:

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Which of the following facts make Lamarckism doubtful:

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Which one of the following statements is not true about energy flow:

5 / 25

The implied presence of sebaceous and sweat glands in early mammals signified what:

6 / 25

The kidneys of amphibians are:

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In humans, the placenta is:

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The monoplacophorans were known only from the fossil record until 1952 when ....................... emerged from a deep-sea trawl net:

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The early therians most resembled a small:

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Gastropoda taxonomy is currently under consideration. The traditional three subclasses are Prosobranchia, and two others:

11 / 25

The respiratory apparatus of agnathans may be characterized by:

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The characters of no shell, integumental scales, a reduced head and being dioecious describes which of the following molluscs:

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Neck and fore limbs in African giraffe increased in length as a result of:

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In a genetic cross having recessive epistasis, F2 phenotypic ratio would be:

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Which of these classes is characterized by an endoskeletal test, a complex chewing apparatus, no arms, pedicellaria with three jaws, closed ambulacral grooves, and movable spines:

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HCG is secreted by:

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RR (Red) Antirrhinum is crossed with white (WW) one. Offspring RW are pink. This is an example of:

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Torsion is a process that rotates the ..................of the body of gastropods:

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A dihybrid condition is:

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Cushing syndrome is due to the hyper secretion of:

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Cross between AaBB and aaBB will form:

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The first well-known fossil of a tetrapod was:

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To facilitate cutaneous respiration, the skin of amphibians is:

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The adaptive radiation of the mammals occurred during the:

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The echinoderms have developed the ability to exploit many sources of food. The sea stars are ..............., the sea urchins are ...................., and the sea cucumbers are ...................

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