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Time: 15 min                                                                                                         Full Marks: 120

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1. Characteristic of class crustacea is
2. Which one of the following phyla is correctly matched with its two general characteristics
3. Who is the father of zoology
4. In insects, oxygen is carried to different tissues by
5. In protozoa, like amoeba and Paramecium, the organ found fr osmoregulation is -
6. Tunicin is similar to
7. The distinguishing features of all chordates is
8. Prochordates lack
9. Which of the following is not an essential chordate character:-
10. "King of herrings" is
11. Nasal aperture in petromyzon is :
12. " Maxine " usually attaches through
13. The three living lung fishes namely Protopterus , Lepidosiren , and Neoceratodus are respectively distributed in which countries of the world :
14. The chordates without jaws are placed in:
15. Fishes have kidney of
16. Which of the following animal is called " warer- dog "
17. Temporary or permanent retention of larval stage is known as:
18. Teeth in Amphibia are :
19. Antivenom for snake bite is manufactured at-
20. Which of the following pair is unmatched for the animals of Reptilia class :
21. The exoskeleton of dry scales is characteristics of
22. Cause of death during snake bite
23. Diaphragm is not found in
24. A snake can distinguished from lizard by the absence of limbs
25. Find out correct statement
26. Connecting link between reptiles are birds is
27. Which is the correct sets
28. Character of birds is
29. 'Pecten' is a structure occurs in the eyes of
30. Which of the following groups included endothermic animals