Animal Kingdom MCQ Biology

Animal Kingdom MCQ/objective questions Class 11 Biology Chapter 4

1. Sponges exhibit:

  • a. The cellular level of organization.
  • b. Multicellular level of organization.
  • c. Acellular level of organization.
  • d. None.
a.
Sponges has loose mass of aggregated cells. Such organization is called cellular level of organization

2. Tissue level organization is first seen in:

  • a. Coelenterates.
  • b. Platyhelminthes.
  • c. Nematahelminthes.
  • d. Arthropods.
a.
Cells in coelontrates do complex functions. So, they have tissue level of organization

3. The organ level  organization is first seen in:

  • a. Concentrates.
  • b. Platyhelminthes.
  • c. Nematahelminthes.
  • d. Arthropods.
b.
Platyhelminthes and other higher animal show organ level organisation. Here, multiple cells form tissues and multiple tissue form organs to do complex function

4. Following is a diploblastic animal:

  • a. Concentrates.
  • b. Platyhelminthes.
  • c. Nematahelminthes.
  • d. Arthropods.
a.
In diploblastic animals two layers of embryo which is ectoderm and endoderm make the whole animal. Only coelentrates have diploblastic organization

5. Following is/are a triploblastic animal:

  • a. Concentrates.
  • b. Platyhelminthes.
  • c. Nematahelminthes.
  • d. b and c.
a.
In triple ploblastic animal embryo have three layers which is ectoderm,endoderm and mesoderm. Platyhelminthes to chordates are triploblastic

6. Coelom of coelentrates is a:

  • a. True coelom
  • b. False coelom.
  • c. None.
b.
In coelentrates coelom is made from blastocoel. In arthropods mesoderm make the coelominc cavity, this is a true coelom

7. Non-chordates is:

  • a. Porifera to Platyhelminthes.
  • b. Porifera to annelids.
  • c. Porifera to echinoderms.
  • d. None.
c.
Presence of chordate is a peculiar feature to study animals. Porifera to echinoderms are non-chordates. Chordates include hemichordate and chordates. Humans too are chordates.

8. Faetures of protists are:

  • a. Both sexes present (hermaphrodite).
  • b. Numerous pores for food intake (Ostia).
  • c. A central cavity (Spongocoel)
  • d. All of the above.
d.

9. Features of coelenterates is/are:

  • a. False coelom.
  • b. Mostly marine.
  • c. Alternation of generation (Metagenesis)
  • d. All of the above.
d.
Polyp produce medusa asexually and medusa produce polyps sexually.

Animal kingdom mcq biology class eleven10. Bioluminescence is prominent in the phylum:

  • a. Porifera.
  • b. Ctenophora.
  • c. Platyhelminthes.
  • d. Nemtahelminthes.
b.

11. Flatworms  belong to phylum:

  • a. Platyhelminthes.
  • b. Nemtahelminthes.
  • c. Ctenophora.
  • d. Annelids.
a.

12. Examples of platyheminthes are:

  • a. Planaria.
  • b. Taenia (tapeworm).
  • c. Fasciola (Liver-fluke).
  • d. All three.
d.

13. We see high regeneration capacity in:

  • a. Planaria.
  • b. Taenia (tapeworm).
  • c. Fasciola (Liver-fluke).
  • d. All three.
a.

14. Examples of aschelminthes are:

  • a. Ascaris (roundworm).
  • b. Wuchereia (filaria worm).
  • c. Ancylostoma (hookworm).
  • d. All three.
d.

13. Largest phylum of Animalia which cover two-thirds of all species on the earth is:

  • a. Platyhelminthes.
  • b. Nematahelminthes.
  • c. Arthropods.
  • d. Chordates.
c.

16. Arthopod means:

  • a. Jointed appendages.
  • b. Bent legs.
  • c. Quadriceps.
  • d. Insect.
a.

17. Excettion in arthropods takes place through:

  • a. Kidneys.
  • b. Gills.
  • c. Malpighian tubules.
  • d. Lungs.
c.

18. Second-Largest phylum of Animalia is:

  • a. Platyhelminthes.
  • b. Nematahelminthes.
  • c. Arthropods.
  • d. Mollusks.
d.

19. Spiny bodied animal belong to:

  • a. Echinoderm.
  • b. Chordata.
  • c. Arthropods.
  • d. Mollusks.
a.

20. The peculiar feature of echinoderm is:

  • a. Closed vascular system.
  • b. Blood vascular system.
  • c. Water vascular system.
  • d. Digestive system.
c.

21. Connecting ling between chordates and non-chordates is:

  • a. Hemichordata.
  • b. Urochordata.
  • c. Echinoderm.
  • d. None.
a.
Hemi chordates has a stomochord similar to notochord in chordates. Blannoglossus is a typical hemichordate showing both features of a cordate and a non-chordate.

22. Chordate include:

  • a. Fishes.
  • b. Birds.
  • c. Reptiles.
  • d. Mammals.
  • e. All four.
e.

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Answers:

1. a9. d17. c
2. a10. b18. d
3. b11. a19. a
4. a12. d20. c
5. a13. a21. a
6. b14. d22. e
7. c15. c
8.d16. a

 

Animal Kingdom MCQ/Objective questions Chapter 4 Biology Class 11

 

Ref: Chapter 4, NCERT.

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