SET/NET Zoology Model Paper with answers

You can follow the SET/NET zoology previous and model questions here. The following questions are from the important parts of the syllabus.

Classification of Animals- Phylum Protista And Phylum Porifera:

  • Body of fungus is made up of - hyphae
  • Organism which obtain food from dead organic matter- saprobes
  • Basic unit of fungus cellulose- N-acetyl glucosamine
  • Mildew is caused by- Fungus
  • Lichens are formed by the association of fungus with- Algae
  • Reproductive forms of fungi- Mushrooms and puff cells
  • Unicellular organisms which help in the fermentation of sugar- yeast
  • Which organism commonly called 'fission fungi' - yeast
  • Spiny skinned organisms found in - echinodermates
  • Founder of comparitive anatomy- Edward Tyson
  • Organs similar in structure and may or may not differ in function- homologous structures
  • Organs similar in structure and differ in function- Analogous structures
  • Stream lined body of porpoises and shark is an example of- Analogous structure
  • Forelimb of cat and whale is an example of - homologous organ
  • Who discovered protozoans- Goldfuss
  • Organisms which exhibit 'protoplasmic level of organization'- Protozoans
  • Nitrogenous wastes of protista- Ammonia
  • Class of Amoeba- Sarcodina
  • Class of Euglena- Flagellata
  • Class of Plasmodium- sporozoa
  • Class of Paramecium- Ciliata
  • The largest protozoan- Pelomyxa
  • Discoverer of Porifera- Robert Grant
  • Choanocytes found in - Sponges
  • Exit of Sponges- Osculum
  • Skeleton of sponges formed from- Sclerblast
  • In sponges, the sex cells are formed from- archioblast
  • Class of sycon- Calcaria 
  • Protists include- both algae and protozoan
  • Rhizopoda means- Root like feet
  • Active form of Entamoeba- Trophozoite
  • The organism which completes its life cycle in one organism - Monogenetic
  • Gamonts formed from - Actinophrys
  • Red algae include in the phylum-mDinoflagellata
  • Reason for the red colour of the red algae- Xanthophyll and peridin
  • The absent chlorophyll in red algae- Chlorophyll b
  • The skeleton of red algae is composed of - Pellicle
  • Contractile vacuole of the red algae- pusule
  • Bioluminiscent protists- Dinoflagellates
  • Two flagella of the dinoflagellates-Sulcus and cingulum
  • Common name of Noctiluca- Sea sparkle
  • The skeleton of Ceratium- theca
  • Common name of Paramecium- Slipper animalcule
  • Protist found in rectum of frog and intestine of cockroach- Nyctotherus
  • Parasite which completes its life cycle through two hosts- digenetic parasite
  • Intermediate host of Plasmodium- Man
  • Definitive host of Plasmodium-Female Anopheles mosquito
  • Phylum of diatoms- Bacillariophyta
  • Main producers in aquatic environment- Diatoms
  • Substances give brown colour to diatoms- Chlorophylls a and b and fucoxanthin
  • Diatoma shows ------ symmetry- Bilateral
  • Giardiasis caused by - Giardia lambus
  • Euglena stires food as - paramylon

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