Biological Classification Quiz for NEET

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Biological Classification Quiz NEET

Questions in this Biology Quiz for NEET are taken from following Topics

  • Kingdom Monera
  • Kingdom Protista
  • Kingdom Fungi
  • Kingdom Plantae
  • Kingdom Animalia
  • Viruses, Viroids and Lichens

Note : All these Questions of Biological Classification Quiz for NEET are directly taken from our favorite NCERT Textbook and Previous year Questions Papers.

No. of Questions in Quiz34 with Explanation
Time for each Questions60 Seconds
Attempts AllowedUnlimited
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Pass Percentage70 %

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Biological Classification NEET Quiz

#1. In members of which kingdom, nuclear membrane is absent?

Nuclear membrane is absent in Prokaryotes (Monera)

NCERT Class 11th Page No.17 Table 2.1

#2. Which one of the following is not the basis of five kingdom classification?

Five kingdom classification is on the basis of
– Cell structure – Body organisation
– Reproduction – Mode of nutrition
– Phylogenetic analysis

NCERT Class 11th Page No.17 1st Paragraph Below Table 2.1

 

#3. Position of bacteria in the kingdom system of classification proposed by Linnaeus is

Two kingdom classification, proposed by Linnaeus kept bacteria in Plantae.

#4. Who was the founder of five kingdom system of classification?

R.H. Whittaker proposed five kingdom classification (1969)

NCERT Class 11th Page No.17 1st Para – 1st Line

#5. According to five kingdom system, gymnosperms and angiosperms are grouped under the kingdom

Gymnosperm and Angiosperm – Kingdom-Plantae

#6. Which organisms are not included in the five kingdom system of classification?

NCERT Class 11th Page No.25 ( 2.6 1st line of Paragraph )

#7. Which of the following organisms are known as chief producers in the oceans?

Diatoms are chief producers of the ocean.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.20 ( 2.2.1 Chrysophytes ) Last Line of Paragraph

#8. Heterotrophic, eukaryotic, multicellular organisms lacking a cell wall are included in the kingdom.

Animalia includes heterotrophic, eukaryotic, multicellular organism lacking a cell wall

NCERT Class 11th Page No.17 Table 2.1 Kingdom Animallia

#9. Ciliates differ from all other protozoans in

Ciliates differs from other protozoans in having two types of nuclei.

eg. Paramoecium have two types of nuclei i.e. macronucleus & micronucleus.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.22 3rd Paragraph (Ciliated protozoans)

#10. During favourable conditions bacteria mainly reproduce by

Reproduction in bacteria during favourable condition–fission (mainly)

#11. Oxygen is not produced during photosynthesis by

Green sulphur bacteria do not use H2O as source of proton, therefore they do not evolve O2.

#12. Select the correct statement.

Cholera, Typhoid, Tetanus – Bacterial diseases

Dinoflagellates, Euglenoids & Slime moulds – Protista

Diatoms are the chief producers in the ocean.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.20 (2.2 Kingdom Protista) 5th line from Above

#13. After karyogamy followed by meiosis, spores are produced exogenously in

Basidiospores are exogenously produced on the basidium.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.24 (2.3.3 Basidiomycetes) Fifth line from below

#14. Select the incorrect statement.

The cell wall is absent in Mycoplasma.

#15. Select the wrong statement :

Pseudopodia are locomotory structures in sarcodines (Amoeboid)

#16. Viroids differ from viruses in having :

Viroids are sub-viral agents as infectious RNA particles, without protein coat.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.27 1st Paragraph

#17. Mark the odd one w.r.t. cell wall.

#18. Which of the following are found in extreme saline conditions?

Archaebacteria are able to survive in harsh conditions because of branched lipid chain in cell membrane which reduces fluidity of cell membrane.

Halophiles are exclusively found in saline habitats.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.19 (2.1.1 Archaebacteria)

#19. Primitive bacteria living in salty areas are called as

NCERT Class 11th Page No.19 (2.1.1 Archaebacteria)

#20. Which among the following are the smallest living cells, known without a definite cell wall, pathogenic to plants as well as animals and can survive without oxygen?

Mycoplasma are smallest, wall-less prokaryotes, pleomorphic in nature. These are pathogenic on both plants and animals.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.20 3rd Paragraph

#21. Which of the following is correct?

Slime moulds are haploid and diploid

Dinoflagellates are motile

Pellicle is present in Euglena

#22. Which one of the following is wrong for fungi?

Cell wall of fungi is made up of chitin and polysaccharides.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.17 Table 2.1

#23. Which is not a feature of dinoflagellates?

  • Features of dinoflagellates.
  • Cell wall has stiff cellulose plates on the outer surface
  • Release toxins
  • Causes red tides
  • Mostly marine and photosynthetic

NCERT Class 11th Page No.21

#24. Methanogens belong to

Methanogens, halophiles and thermoacidophiles are Archaebacteria.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.19 

#25. _________ are saprophytic protists, whose body moves along decaying twigs and leaves engulfing organic material.

Slime moulds are saprophytic protists

NCERT Class 11th Page No.21 (2.2.4 Slime Moulds) 1st Line

#26. Select the wrong statement.

The cell walls of diatoms are embedded with silica and thus the walls are indestructible.

#27. Diatomaceous earth is formed due to which substance?

Diatomaceous earth – Silicon

NCERT Class 11th Page No.21 (2.2.1 Chrysophytes) 5th Line

#28. Being photosynthetic, which organism in absence of sunlight behave like heterotrophs?

In presence of light – Photosynthetic

In absence of light – Heterotrophic

Mixotrophic (Euglenoids)

NCERT Class 11th Page No.21 (2.2.3 Euglenoids)

#29. Which one of the following statements is wrong?

Eubacteria are true bacteria.

#30. With respect to fungal sexual cycle, choose the correct sequence of events.

Sexual reproduction in fungi has three stages

(a) Plasmogamy : Fusion of protoplasm of male and female gametes.

(b) Karyogamy : Fusion of nuclei = Diploid = Zygote

(c) Meiosis : Reductional division

NCERT Class 11th Page No.23 2nd Paragraph

#31. Heterocysts present in Anabaena is specialised for

Heterocysts present in Anabaena is specialised for nitrogen fixation

NCERT Class 11th Page No.19 Figure 2.2 (Figure is Very important Already Questions Asked in NEET with this Figure)

#32. Chrysophytes, Euglenoids, Dinoflagellates and Slime moulds are included in the kingdom

All single celled eukaryotes like chrysophytes [diatoms and desmids], Euglenoids [Euglena], Dinoflagellates and slime moulds are included in kingdom –Protista.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.20 and 21

#33. Mark the odd one w.r.t. kingdom fungi.

Fungi

  • Reproduce asexually and sexually
  • Great diversity in structure and habitat
  • Most of fungi are saprophytic.
  • Lower fungi reproduces by zoospores

#34. One of the major components of cell wall of most fungi is

Cell wall of most fungi is made up of chitin.

NCERT Class 11th Page No.17 Table 2.1

#35. All eukaryotic unicellular organisms belong to

NCERT Class 11th Page No.20 (2.2 First Line)

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