Classification of Animals – Definition
In classification of animals, the scientists classified different organisms into groups or sub-groups in order to study them easily. Animals are classified according to a system of seven ranks which are Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, genus and species as well.
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Classification of Animals MCQs (Short Questions and Answers)
Q1. The classification system in which animals are placed in two kingdoms was given by Robert Whittaker. True/False
Q2. The two kingdoms system include kingdoms:
- Both a,b
- Only b
Q3. Kingdom protoctista includes:
- Multicellular organisms
Q4. In kingdom Animalia ,animals are multicellular,diploid,prokaryotic and ingestive heterotrophs. True/False
Answer: False (eukaryotic)
Q5. In kingdom Animalia,the animals developed from two dissimilar haploid gametes. The large gamete is called _____ and small gamete is called __________?
Q6. Parazoa (phylum porifera) lack tissue organ organization,so they are asymmetrical. True/False
Q7. To which kingdom the animals that have tissue organ and organ system organization are included?
- All of the above
Q8. The animals with radial symmetry are included in the Radiata group of sub kingdom Eumetazoa . True/False
Q9. Which phylum belongs to Radiata group of sub kingdom Eumetazoa?
Q10. The animals which have bilateral symmetry are included in the Bilateria group of the sub kingdom Eumetazoa. True/False
Q11. The acoelomate(without body cavity)animals are included in to which phylum?
Q12. The false coelom animals are called pseudocoel and are included in the phylum chordata. True/False
Answer: False (Nematoda)
Q13. Animals having true coelom are included in the phylum: