Biology MCQS for FPSC Test Set 1

Biology MCQS for FPSC
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Mushroom belongs to group of club fungi and has septate, length dikaryotic phase, which is the main phylum to which it belongs
Ascomycots
Deuteromycota
Zygomycota
Basidiomycota

Botanical name of tomato
Lycopersicumesculentum
Solanumtuberosum
Petunia Alba
Solanumnigrum

Thin layer of earth in which all living organism exist is known as
Biosphere
Ecological niche
Niche
Habitat

A fungal hyphae having 2 nuclei of different genetic type is called as
Hetrokaryotic
Karyogamy
Fragmentation
Plasmogamy

Protanopia is
Green blindness
Yellow blindness
Red blindness
Blue blindness

The characters of constant nature which are used to define a group are
Variations
Systematic
Diagnostic
Synthetic

The criteria of the classification are the ———— on which the classification is based.
Orders
Groups
Characters
Divisions

The botanical name of date (khajoor) is
Cryotaurens
Phoenix slyvestris
Raphisruffia
Cucusmucifera

When there is a net movement of water molecules occurs towards an imbibant, the type of diffusion is
Imbibation
Passive diffusion
Potential diffusion
Active diffusion

Family ———— incluldes 100 genera and 850 species
Compositeae
Cucurbitaceae
Labiateae
Crucifereae

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