The term "Monera" stands for

A. all prokaryotes

B. bacterai, blue green algae and sinlge celled eukaryotes

C. bacteria, blue green algae and single celled eukaryotic animals

D. single celled eukaryotes and prokaryotes

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  1. The correct phylogenetic sequence in taxonomy is
  2. All mammals have hair, but these are absent in order
  3. A natural system of classification is based upon
  4. Body segments are said to be homono-mous when
  5. Monotremata is a group of animals which includes
  6. Tube in the tube' plan is exhibited by one of the following phyla :
  7. Sea horse is a
  8. The term 'Protista' was given by
  9. Which one is characteristic for birds ?
  10. A pearl oyster belongs to class
  11. The concept of homology can be applied to
  12. A true terestrial animal among these is
  13. Members of which phylum exhibit adaptations widely varied environmental conditions ?
  14. The animals which are found in the soil, can fly, found on land and in water belong to the phylum
  15. The biggest phylum in regard to the number of species is
  16. Histological differentiation is absent in
  17. Snakes are not found in
  18. Which of the following is not a part of true body cavity ?
  19. Whale, monkey and bat have seven cervical vertebrae. Which one has the same number of cervical vertebrae…
  20. Aside from a three chambered heart, reptiles are characterised by the presence of
  21. Which of the following shows deuteros- I tome condition ?
  22. The taxonomic unit of any rank/category is known as
  23. A definite number of body segments is found in
  24. For finding a haemocoel which animal you will select ?
  25. Branchiostonta is an example of
  26. Apart from mammals, the other group of animals maintaining high and constant body temperature is
  27. Biramous appendages are typically found in
  28. In fishes, lobed fins are found in
  29. The main basis of classification of Protozaoa is
  30. One of the following is not a true fish :