Zoology Solved Past Paper MCQs Online Test No. 66

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Test NameLecturer Zoology
SubjectZoology Test 66
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Zoology Online Test No. 66

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Dominance hierarchy in animals is controlled by:

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High androgen levels in blood causes:

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Study of hormonal influence on behaviour is called as:

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A change due to experience in the behaviour of an organism is called:

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Anger hormones are:

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...............are used when audible and visual signals are not successful a) Aggression behaviour:

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Copulatory behaviour can be restored in pig through:

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Sleep waves cycles can be estimated through.................

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Behaviour of aggression is controlled by:

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The process by which young animals learn the characteristics of their opposite-sexed siblings and parent is called:

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Receptivity in females refers to the:

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A key stimulus results in a fixed action pattern through a(n):

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Causation in animal behaviour that occurs on an evolutionary time scale is a/an .............cause.

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In behaviour nervous system act as:

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.................are able to sleep with one eyes open.

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The mating system where the male has access to more than one female is known as:

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Parental care behaviours are selected because they...........

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The mutual sharing of information between two organisms is called:

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Nervous control of behaviour is called as:

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The unihemispheric shows........................in those animals who sleep with one eye open.

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Maternal behaviour in a virgin female can be induced through:

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Queen honeybee is adapted for:

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Orientation flight in the bees means:

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.................neurons in type 1 male fish fires at higher percentage as compared to type 2 male fish in midshipman

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The body size of type 1 male as compared to type 2 male in plainfin midshipman:

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