(A). Museums often have collection of skeletons. (B). Key is a taxonomic aid for identification of specimens. (C). Taxonomic key are based on contrasting characters. (D). Monograph is useful in providing information for identification of name of species found in ...
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(A). Sister-in-law (B). Mother (C). Brother (D). Sister
(A). Manuals (B). Catalogues (C). Monographs (D). Museum
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(A). True (B). False
(A). The system of binomial nomenclature was developed by Darwin. (B). The species name is written first. It is followed by a genus name. (C). The scientific name is underlined when printed. (D). All of the above
(A). Humans – Primata – the family (B). Housefly – Musca – an order (C). Tiger – tigris – the species (D). Cuttlefish – Mollusca – a class
Consider the following statements regarding scientific name: (i) The idea of binomial nomenclature was first introduced by Gaspard Bauhin. (ii) Scientific names are always in Greek. (iii) The first name in scientific name is generic name. (iv) Generic and specific name starts with small letters.Segregate the above statements as true (T) or false (F) by selecting the correct option:
(A). FFTF (B). TTTT (C). FFFT (D). FTFT
(A). Monographs (B). Catalogues (C). Flora (D). Manuals
(A). (i), (ii) and (v). (B). (ii) and (iv). (C). (i), (ii) and (iv). (D). (ii), (iii) and (iv).