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Question 1
A
anabolism 
B
catabolism 
C
metabolism 
D
tropism 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
B

Question 2
A
gullet 
B
flagellum 
C
chloroplast 
D
eyespot 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
D

Question 3
A
lysosomes and ribosomes 
B
Golgi apparatus and endoplasmic reticulum 
C
nucleus and centrioles 
D
mitrochondria and chloroplast 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
D

Question 4
A
cow 
B
goat 
C
dog 
D
pig 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
D

Question 5
A
The organism finds it easy to grow freely 
B
the organism has a pair of jointed appendages 
C
the body is not divided into a number of segments seg 
D
the body is covered by chitin 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
D

Question 6
A
the wings of butterfly rest horizontally but those of moth rest vertically 
B
Both are active during the day 
C
they have similar antennae 
D
the abdomen of moth is fatter than that of butterfly 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
A

Question 7
A
Quill 
B
Filoplume 
C
covert 
D
Down 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
A

Question 8
A
mesophytes 
B
hydrophytes 
C
epiphytes 
D
xerophytes 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
D

Question 9
A
Paramecium 
B
Virus 
C
Amoeba 
D
Chlamydomonas 
Explanation.
If viruses, prions, satellites, nanobes, nanobacteria (non-free-living sub-bacterial organisms) are excluded, the simplest free-living organism known is Mycoplasma genitalium, with a genome of only 580,000 base pairs and 482 protein-coding genes.

Correct Option:
B

Question 10
A
insects 
B
tapeworms 
C
amphibians 
D
molluses 
Explanation.

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Correct Option:
A

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