Variety of Life – MDCAT Biology, Chapter 5 – Level 3

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Variety of Life - Level 3

Chapter 5 - MDCAT Biology - Test Preparation MCQs

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  1. Cyanobacteria were formerly called:Blue-green algae
  2. The five Kingdom System was proposed by:Robert Whittaker
  3. Prokaryotes are included in Kingdom:Monera
  4. Unicellular eukaryotes are introduced in Kingdom:Protista
  5. Multicellular eukaryotes which feed heterotrophically by absorption are included in Kingdom:Fungus
  6. Multicellular eukryotes which feed autotrophically by photosynthesis are included in Kingdom:Plantae
  7. Multicellular eukaryotes which feed heterotrophically by ingestion are included in Kingdom:Animalia
  8. L. Margulis and K. Schwartz modified the Whittaker's Protist Kingdom into anew Kingdom called:Protoctist
  9. According to modified system of classification, multicellular algae are now placed in Kingdom:Protoctista
  10. Which organisms appear to be on the border line between the living and non-living worlds?Viruses

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1. Which organisms appear to be on the border line between the living and non-living worlds?

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2. Cyanobacteria were formerly called:

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3. Multicellular eukaryotes which feed heterotrophically by ingestion are included in Kingdom:

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4. Prokaryotes are included in Kingdom:

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5. The five Kingdom System was proposed by:

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6. Unicellular eukaryotes are introduced in Kingdom:

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7. L. Margulis and K. Schwartz modified the Whittaker's Protist Kingdom into anew Kingdom called:

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8. Multicellular eukaryotes which feed heterotrophically by absorption are included in Kingdom:

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9. Multicellular eukryotes which feed autotrophically by photosynthesis are included in Kingdom:

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10. According to modified system of classification, multicellular algae are now placed in Kingdom:

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