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Time: 15 min                                                                                                         Full Marks: 120

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1. In the absence of a closed vascular system, how do sponges manage to distribute the nutritive substance from choanocytes to rest of the cells
2. The choanocytes lining the spongocoel are embryologically
3. The glass sponge Euplectella belongs to class
4. "Spongeocoel" is also known as
5. Tick mark the incorrect match
6. " Portuguese man of war" is
7. Which one of the following is diploblastic
8. "Corals" belongs to the phylum
9. Which of the following are triploblastic, acoelomate with blind sac type of body plan and parenchyma cells originating from mesoderm fillup the cavities of the body
10. Blood of pheretima is
11. True diploblastic animals belong to
12. The correct sequence of various larvae in liver fluke is
13. Tapeworm is placed in class
14. Anal itching is caused by
15. Hirudinnaria shows locomotion by
16. Animals of which phylum exhibit "tube within tube" structure
17. Cestum is commonly called
18. One of the following is commonly known as whipworm
19. Fasciola hepatica causes
20. Which among the following is the enemy of Hydra
21. Respiratory organs of Arthropods are
22. Tick mark the wrong match
23. Adult culex and anopheles can be distinguished with the help of
24. Yellow fever and haemorrhagic fever is transmitted by
25. Chitin exoskeleton is found in
26. "Sleeping sickness" is due to the bite of
27. Term " vertebrate" and "invertebrate " are given by
28. Skeleton of bath sponge , Euspongia is made of
29. Excretory organs of taenia are
30. Planaria are included under the class