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National animal of Pakistan is:
None of these
A related group of genera comprises:
It is at the risk of becoming extinct because few members are left:
The bio diversity of any region depends on:
Soil and other species
All of these
___________ is a group of related genre.
Biodiversity means :
Variety with in a species
Variety among the species
Variety within a species and among the species
None of these
Five-kingdom classification of Whittaker was modified by:
Both A and B
Important cause of species extinctions is:
Both a and b
The protein envelope of a bacteriophageis called _____________
All of above
In which kingdom would you classify unicellular eukaryotes?
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