Quiz: Test Your Knowledge About Phylum Arthropoda

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In animal kingdom phylum Arthropoda is the largest phylum. Arthropods are invertebrate animals that show metameric segmentation. Each segment is covered by a jointed exoskeleton. It consists on dorsal side Tergite, ventral is Sternite and lateral is Pleura and all these are connected by small plates, Epimere. Haemocoelom is reduced to gonads and excretory organs. The exoskeleton is made up of chitin secreted by the epidermis. A peculiar feature of the exoskeleton is developed odf chitinous wings in the insects. The young ones formed after every molting called Instar and the period between two moltings is called a stadium. They show a complete digestive system. Both fore and hindgut are lined with a cuticle called intima. Mouthparts are adapted for different types of feeding habits. So, take this quiz and check your knor knowledge about phylum Arthropoda.

Questions Excerpt


1. Which one of the following is considered as a connecting link between Annelida and Arthropoda?

A. Limulus

B. Peripatus

C. Sphenodon

D. Balanoglossus

2. Which of the following is not an insect?

A. Locust

B. Ant

C. Tick

D. Beetle

3. What is common among earthworms, cockroaches, and centipede?

A. Sexual demorphism

B. Haemocoel

C. Metamorphosis

D. Chitinous exoskeleton

4. Which country is the biggest producer of lac?

A. Srilanka

B. India

C. Bangladesh

D. China

5. Which also known as water flea?

A. Lucifer

B. Mysis

C. Aedes

D. Daphnia

6. Which gland secrete queen substance in honey bee?

A. Corpora allata

B. Uricose

C. Prothoraic

D. Mandibular

7. Largest part of the alimentary canal of cockroach is .....

A. Crop

B. Pharynx

C. Gizzard

D. Oesophagus

8. Complete metamorphosis is present in ....

A. Silver fish

B. Bed bug

C. Gypsy moth

D. Grasshopper

9. Worker termites are ...

A. wingless

B. Sterile

C. Blind

D. All of the above

10. Which of the following is represented by the largest number of species?

A. Insecta

B. Aves

C. Protozoa

D. Mammalia

11. Which is the poisonous Arthropoda?

A. Scolopendra

B. Palaeomom

C. Spider

D. Anopheles

12. Wriggler is the larva of ....

A. House fly

B. Beetle

C. Mosquito

D. Butterfly

 

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