Kingdom Animalia – MDCAT Biology, Chapter 10 – Level 2

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Kingdom Animalia - Level 2

Chapter 10 - MDCAT Biology - Test Preparation MCQs

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  1. Sponges, excurrent pores through which water leaves the body are called:Osculum
  2. In sponges, contractile flattened cells forming the epidermis are called:Pinacocytes
  3. In sponges, flagellated cells lining the inner hollow cavity are:Choanocytes
  4. Spongocoel divided into secondary chambers is of:Sycon type
  5. Spongocoel divided and re-divided into secondary and tertiary chambers is of:Leucon type
  6. In sponges amoebocytes are gelatinous mesenchymal cells present between:Pinacocytes and Choanocytes
  7. In sponges, the fertilized egg develops into free swimming larva called:Amphiblastula
  8. A sexual reproduction takes place by:Gemmule formation
  9. Phylum porifera is commonly called as:Cnidaria
  10. Coelenterons means:Hollow gut cavity

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1. "Coelenterons" means:

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2. In sponges, contractile flattened cells forming the epidermis are called:

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3. Spongocoel divided into secondary chambers is of:

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4. Sponges, excurrent pores through which water leaves the body are called:

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5. In sponges, the fertilized egg develops into free swimming larva called:

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6. Phylum porifera is commonly called as:

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7. In sponges amoebocytes are gelatinous mesenchymal cells present between:

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8. A sexual reproduction takes place by:

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9. Spongocoel divided and re-divided into secondary and tertiary chambers is of:

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10. In sponges, flagellated cells lining the inner hollow cavity are:

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