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Question 1

Which of the following is not present in RNA?

Options

A) Adenine

B) Guanine

C) Cytosine

D) Thymine

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Question 2

In the evolutionary trend, in which phylum do we begin to see a complete digest tract?

Options

A) ctenophora

B) Platyhelminthes

C) nematoda

D) mollusca

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Question 3

The picture below is an example of a

Options

A) capsule

B) follicle

C) legume

D) schizocarp

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Question 4

One of these features is not typical of most animals

Options

A) heterotrophic

B) multicellular

C) sessile

D) motile at some stage of life cycle

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Question 5

The cnidarians use their nematocysts only for _______

Options

A) capturing prey

B) courtship

C) gas exchange

D) sensing chemicals

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Question 6

The lack of special supportive structures in bryophytes restricts them to one of the following types of growth.

Options

A) lateral growth

B) upward growth

C) downward growth

D) aerial growth

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Question 7

Which type of placentation does the diagram below represent?

Options

A) parietal

B) axile

C) marginal

D) free-central

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Question 8

One of these is not a unique feature of meiosis

Options

A) synapsis

B) homologous recombination

C) reduction division

D) cytokinesis

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Question 9

One of the following is not true

Options

A) saprophytic nutrition involves feeding on a soluble organic material from inorganic substances

B) symbiosis is a nutritional relationship in which both organisms involved derive benefit

C) a parasite causes injuries to its host in the course of getting its food

D) holozoic mode of nutrition can be seen in animals carnivorous plants and some protists

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Question 10

In which biome would you expect to have the shortest growing season?

Options

A) tropical rain forest

B) guinea savanna

C) sudan savanna

D) deserts

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