Solved MCQS of Zoology Set 2

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Labial palps of bivalves sort filtered food particles delivered by cilia lining the ventral margin of the gills.
None of Above

All the following are unique to the molluscs except one. Select the exception.
visceral mass

Phylum Rotifera consist of ——— classes.

Tsetse files are ————- host for Trypanosoma brucei, causing sleeping sickness to humans
Definitive host
Both A and C are correct
Primary host

The mantle of most mollusks
is modified for locomotion
supports the radula
secretes the shell
is used in attracting prey

In phytomastigophorean each chloroplast has a structure ————– which stores and synthesizes polysaccharides.
None of above

The diversity of body forms and lifestyles present in the phylum Mollusca is an excellent example of adaptive radiation
None of Above

Following are the chharacteristics of phylum Annelida except
Thoracic appendages
Distinct head

Characteristics of the phylum Rotifera include all of the following except
triploblastic, bilateral, unsegmented, pseudocoelomate.
a well-developed cuticle
absence of protonephridia
parthenogenesis is common

All are the characteristics of phylum Apicomplexa except——————
Apical complex for penetrating host cells
Single type of nucleus
Have resistant spores
No cilia and flagella

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