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The group amniota includes

A. birds and mammals

B. birds and reptiles

C. reptiles and mammals

D. reptiles, birds and mammals

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  1. Physalia, the "Portugese man of War" belongs to class
  2. Which of the following has a diaphragm between the thorax and abdomen
  3. Monotremata is a group of animals which includes
  4. The system of classification proposed by Linnaeus is regarded by modem biologists as
  5. The beak of birds is toothed in
  6. Platyhelminthes are called
  7. All animals which do not have the vertebral column are
  8. Limulus, the king-crab, is the only living representative of the order xiphosura belonging to the phylum
  9. Which of the following belongs to Mollusca ?
  10. A pearl oyster belongs to class
  11. The most important characteristic of class aves is
  12. Which of the following is not a deuteros-tome phylum ?
  13. Which of the following is represented by the largest number of species ?
  14. Which one of the animals does not have a segmented body ?
  15. Which of the group has no member having gliding or flying appendages ?
  16. The generic name of apple snail is
  17. Aside from a three chambered heart, reptiles are characterised by the presence of
  18. Binomial system of nomenclature in classification was divided by Carolus Linnaeus. It provides the names…
  19. In which of the following sets, groups are not correctly matched ?
  20. Euplectella (Venus flower basket) is a
  21. Which of the following is not a true amphibian animal ?
  22. The correct phylogenetic sequence in taxonomy is
  23. The centipede has
  24. The taxonomic unit of any rank/category is known as
  25. Glow worm is
  26. Members of which phylum exhibit adaptations widely varied environmental conditions ?
  27. The most highly advanced character in reptilia is the presence of
  28. The term "Monera" stands for
  29. Which of the following is not a part of true body cavity ?
  30. Whale belongs to the taxonomic group