Kingdom Animalia – MDCAT Biology, Chapter 10 – Level 8

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Kingdom Animalia - Level 8

Chapter 10 - MDCAT Biology - Test Preparation MCQs

Read these Multiple Choice Questions of Kingdom Animalia MDCAT Chapter 10 and start the online test.

  1. The group of insects without wing is called:Apterygota
  2. Mode of feeding is Siphoning type in.Butterfly
  3. Mode of feeding is "Sponging type" in:Housefly
  4. Rat Fleas are involved in the transmission of a deadly human disease the,Plague
  5. Spiny Skin all over the body is characteristic of Phylum:Echinodermata
  6. Locomotory organ present in Echinoderms are:Tube-feets
  7. Echinoderms develop indirectly by passing through a larval stage, larva is called:Bipinnaria Larva
  8. Hemichordata is a small group of animals, their larva is called:Tornaria Larva
  9. Notochord, Nerve cord and Pharyngeal gill slits, are all fundamental characters of phylum:Chordata
  10. In Phylum Chordata, if notochord is present in tail only, the sub-phylum is:Urochordata

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1. Rat Fleas are involved in the transmission of a deadly human disease the,

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2. Hemichordata is a small group of animals, their larva is called:

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3. Notochord, Nerve cord and Pharyngeal gill slits, are all fundamental characters of phylum:

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4. Spiny Skin all over the body is characteristic of Phylum:

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5. Mode of feeding is Siphoning type in.

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6. Locomotory organ present in Echinoderms are:

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7. The group of insects without wing is called:

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8. Mode of feeding is “Sponging type” in:

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9. In Phylum Chordata, if notochord is present in tail only, the sub-phylum is:

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10. Echinoderms develop indirectly by passing through a larval stage, larva is called:

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