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Class 9

Explore popular questions from Diversity in Living Organisms for Class 9. This collection covers Diversity in Living Organisms previous year Class 9 questions hand picked by experienced teachers.

Diversity in Living Organisms

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Q 1. Basic unit of classification is

A

Domain

B

Kingdom

Species

D

None

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Q 2. Concept of Binomial classification was given by

A

Darwin

Linnaeus

C

Haeckel

D

Odum

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Q 3. Which hierarchy has maximum number of organisms?

A

Order

B

Species

Phylum

D

Class

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Q 4. Virus is

A

Prokaryote

B

Eukaryote

Akaryote

D

Mesokaryote

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Q 5. Euglena is

A

Plant

B

Animal

Connecting link between plants and animals

D

None of the above

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Q 6. The scientific names are given in language

A

English

B

Hindi

C

German

Latin

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Q 7. In Binomial nomenclature the sequence of name is

A

Family Genus

B

Kingdom Phylum

Genus species

D

None of thes

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Q 8. International code of Biological nomenclature (ICBN) is applicable to all living organisms except

A

Plants

B

Animals

C

Bacteria

Virus

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Q 9. Five kingdom classification was given by

A

Copeland

Whittekar

C

Woose

D

None

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Q 10. Humans are

A

Amphibia

B

Aves

C

Reptilia

None of these

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Q 11. Classification includes

A

Only similarities

B

Only dissimilarities

Both (A) and (B)

D

None of these

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Q 12. Diversity may be in terms of

A

Shape

B

Size

C

Behaviour

All of these

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Q 13. Science of classification is

A

Biology

B

Phylogency

Taxonomy

D

All of these

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Q 14. Which of following is not included in classification?

A

Phylum

B

Genus

C

Species

Ecotype

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Q 15. Classification is used for identification of

A

Known organism

B

Unknown organism

Both (A) and (B)

D

None of these

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Q 16. Relation between biotic and abiotic factors is studied in

A

Pathology

B

Forestry

Ecology

D

Virology

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Q 17. Common names are

A

Unscientific

B

Misleading

Both (A) and (B)

D

Easy

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Q 18. In Binomial nomenclature last name represents

A

Family

B

Genus

Species

D

Phylum

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Q 19. Jelly fish is

A

Fish

B

Insect

Cnidaria

D

Mollusca Try yourself

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Q 20. Scientific names are in which langugage

A

English

B

German

Latin

D

French

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Q 21. According to rule of priority

Oldest name is valid

B

Latest name is valid

C

Both (A) and (B)

D

None of these

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Q 22. In Trinomial nomenclature the sequence is genus species

A

Kingdom

B

Class

Sub-species

D

None of these

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Q 23. Division is term used in classification of

A

Bacteria

Plant

C

Animals

D

All of them

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Q 24. Scientific name is

A

Universal

B

Distinct

Both (A) and (B)

D

None of these

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Q 25. Unicellular eukaryotic organism is

A

Yeast

B

Amoeba

Both

D

None of these