MCQs Zoology [2]

1. In both birds and insects, wings are an example of _________, as they have wings used to fly


2. ____________ is the study of organismic diversity on the basis of phylogenetic systematics


3. Kangaroos are members of _____________


4. When a group within a species separates from other members of its species and develops its own unique characteristics, it is called ________________


5. ____________  is a change in gene frequency within a population


6. The majority of ________ animals have compound eyes


7. Humans are _____________


8. Which type of amphibian can regrow its limbs?


9. Studying patterns on the tree of life above the species level, and inferring the processes that are likely to have generated these patterns, is called ________________


10. ____________amphibians can retains their gills throughout its life


11. ________ is the scientific study of repairing disturbed ecosystems through human intervention


12. ____________ is not an amphibian


13. Insects feeding on plants are called___________ insects


14. All vertebrates have ____________ circulatory systems


15. ____________ is an example of a primitive trait in modern humans


16. ____________  is the biological classification system involving categorization of organisms based on shared traits


17. Word Platyhelminthes means ____________


18. In grasshoppers, the sclerite on the front of the head is located between the frons and the labrum is ________________


19. Platypus are members of _____________


20. ____________ are exception to cell theory


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