Home

A natural system of classification is based upon

A. natural relationships, reflecting evolutionary relationship

B. morphological similarities between organisms

C. embryologicall, biochemical, phisio-loical and ecological considerations

D. both (b) and (c)

Please do not use chat terms. Example: avoid using "grt" instead of "great".

You can do it
  1. A pearl oyster belongs to class
  2. Binomial system of nomenclature in classification was divided by Carolus Linnaeus. It provides the names…
  3. Heart pumps only impure blood in case of
  4. All worms are mainly
  5. A natural system of classification is based upon
  6. Most important characteristic of the mammal is the presence of
  7. Branchiostonta is an example of
  8. Hair of bat and feathers of pigeon are
  9. Typhlop is a
  10. The most important characteristic of class aves is
  11. Largest animals belong to class
  12. Which of the protozoan is considered as connecting link between animals and plants ?
  13. Which is a matching set in taxonomy ?
  14. Which of the following belongs to Mollusca ?
  15. Which of the group has no member having gliding or flying appendages ?
  16. According / to Whittaker, the five kingdoms into which all living beings are classified are
  17. Body segments are said to be homono-mous when
  18. For finding a haemocoel which animal you will select ?
  19. Taxonomy is the science that deals with the classification of
  20. Natural system of classification has the basis of
  21. The generic name of apple snail is
  22. Which of the following is represented by the largest number of species ?
  23. Sea Stick refers to group
  24. A cuttle fish belongs to
  25. Which of the following is not an acoelomate animal ?
  26. Tube feet are the locomotory organs found in
  27. Chief distinguishing features of mammals are
  28. Which of the following is homiother-mous ?
  29. One of the following is considered as a living and connecting link between Annelida and Arthropoda:
  30. In the course of evolution, the true coelom appeared first in