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Daily Practice Paper (DPP) 1. Topic: Types of Reproduction

Daily Practice Paper (DPP) 1.      Topic: Types of Reproduction.                   No. of Questions 29

 

  1. In all the methods of asexual reproduction

 

(a) Offsprings produced are genetically identical to the parents

(b) Offsprings produced are genetically different from the parents

(c) Offsprings produced may or may not be identical to the parents

(d) None of these

 

  1. In sexual reproduction, offsprings resemble the parents

 

(a) Structurally but not functionally

(b) Functionally but not structurally

(c) Both structurally and functionally

(d) Neither structurally nor functionally

 

  1. Which is mode of reproduction in Amoeba

 

(a) Binary fission only

(b) Binary fission and multiple fission

(c) Binary fission and conjugation

(d) Multiple fission only

 

  1. Which type of reproduction is found in Hydra

 

(a) Polyembryony (b) Sexual and asexual (c) Parthenogenesis (d) Encystment

 

  1. Differentiation in morphology of the two sexes of the same species is called

 

(a) Hermaphrodite (b) Heteromorphosis (c) Sexual dimorphism (d) Unisexual

 

  1. Asexual reproduction takes place in

 

(a) Higher animals (b) Lower animals (c) Plants (d) All the above

 

  1. As a result of binary fission of number of individuals produced by one fission is

 

(a) Two (b) Three (c) Four (d) Five

 

  1. Common method of asexual reproduction is by

 

(a) Regeneration (b) Budding (c) Archeocytes (d) Gemmulation

  1. A phenomenon is termed parthenogenesis when

 

(a) Artificial fertilization occurs

(b) Egg is fertilized by a sperm

(c) Egg undergoes cleavage without fertilization

(d) Sperm dies before fertilization

 

  1. Natural parthenogenesis occurs in

 

(a) Frog to form females

(b) Honeybee to produce drones

(c) Cockroach

(d) Vegetarian eggs

 

 

  1. Which one is an oviparous animal

 

(a) Penguin (b) Amoeba (c) Whale (d) Bat

 

  1. Asexual reproductive body is called

 

(a) Egg (b) Sperm (c) Ovum (d) Blastos

 

  1. Development of egg without fertilization is called

 

(a) Parthenogenesis (b) Gametogenesis (c) Metagenesis (d) Oogenesis

 

  1. During binary fission the cell division is

 

(a) Mitosis (b) Meiosis (c) Amitosis (d) Cytokinesis

 

 

  1. In honeybees, the drones are produced from

 

(a) Unfertilized eggs

(b) Fertilized eggs

(c) Larvae fed with royal jelly

(d) Fasting larvae

 

 

  1. Viviparity is not found in

 

(a) Prototheria (b) Bat (c) Mouse (d) Man

 

  1. Viviparity is found in

 

(a) Earthworm (b) Rabbit (c) Pigeon (d) Frog

 

  1. Asexual reproduction involves

 

(a) Two parents (b) One parent (c) One ovum (d) One sperm and ovum

 

  1. Phallic organs in cockroach are related to

 

(a) Male excretory system

(b) Male reproductive system

(c) Female excretory system

(d) Female reproductive system

 

  1. Gemmule formation in sponges is helpful in

 

(a) Parthenogenesis

(b) Sexual reproduction

(c) Only dissemination

(d) Asexual reproduction

 

  1. Drones in a colony of honey bees originate by

 

(a) Thelotoky

(b) Arrhenotoky

(c) Cyclic parthenogenesis

(d) Diploid parthenogenesis

 

  1. Development of sexual reproductive organs in larval condition is known as

 

(a) Autogamy (b) Isogamy (c) Anisogamy (d) Pedogenesis

 

  1. The disadvantage of parthenogenesis is

 

(a) Establishment of polyploid generation

(b) Elimination of variety in population

(c) Means of reproduction

(d) Does not encourage the appearance of new and advantageous combinations of genes

 

  1. In Some species parthenogenesis may alternate with sexual reproduction this process is called

 

(a) Complete parthenogenesis

(b) Incomplete or cyclic parthenogenesis

(c) Both the above

(d) None of these

 

  1. Fusion of two dissimilar gametes is known as

 

(a) Allogamy (b) Anisogamy (c) Autogamy (d) Dichogamy

 

 

  1. Which type of reproduction of Hydra is most common

 

(a) Budding (b) Cracking (c) Sexual reproduction (d) Gemetogenesis form

 

  1. Isogametes are

 

(a) Morphologically alike

(b) Functionally alike

(c) Steriale

(d) Those which develop parthenogenetically

                

  1. Majority of mammalian spermatozoa acquire capacitation in

 

(a) Female reproductive tract

(b) Female reproductive tract/Epididymis

(c) Epididymis

(d) Seminal vesicle

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