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CSIR NET UGC JRF Life Sciences - Biology Practice Test on Evolution

This practice test is designed to assess your  knowledge in ‘evolution ’. Choose the best answer from the four options given. When you've finished answering as many of the questions as you can, scroll down to the bottom of the page and check your answers by clicking 'Score'. Percentage score will be displayed along with right answers.
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1. Who of the following proposed the theory that all organs of an individual produce minute particles carrying information about the organs?
Wallance
Lamark
Huxley
Darwin
2. Similarity in the appearance of two or more unplatable species resulting over evolutionary time is called
Mutual adaptation
Batesian mimicry
Convergent mimicry
Mullerian mimicry
3. Evolution of sex has been necessary for the sake of
keep the proliferation of young ones
continuance of species
variety of characters it will result in
continuance of species
4. The earliest living forms of life to appear on the earth are believed to be the
Protoviruses
Mycoplasma
Bacteria
Viruses
5. Archaeopteryx belongs to the
Devonian
Jurassic
Triassic
Cretaceous
6. The term 'hot dilute soup' has been used while explaining the theory of
Panspermia
Special creation
Spotaneous generations
Chemical evolution
7. Which one of the following forms a connecting link between Annelida and Arthropoda
Limulus
Peripatus
Chaetopterus
Bonelli
8. Primordial atmosphere of the earth could not possibly have contained
Nitrogen
Oxygen
Hydrogen
Methane
9. Modern synthetic theory of evolution has emerged as as result of the studies on
Population dynamics
gene recombination
Population isolation
Hybridization between species
10. Allopatric speciation occurs when population show
reproductive isolation
ecological isolation
seasonal isolation
geographical isolation
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