Binomial nomenclature consists of two names. These are:
The branch connected with nomenclature, identification and classification is known as:
Taxonomy is the classification of living organisms into different taxa based on their characteristics.
The three main objectives of Taxonomy are:
Biological taxonomy was started by Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus.
Binomial nomenclature was given by:
A mixture of yeast, sugar and water was taken in a test tube. After one hour, bubbles were observed in the mixture. The formation of bubbles was due to:
Classification of organisms based on evolutionary as well as genetic relationships is called:
In angiosperm, characters of flowers are used in classification because:
Systematics refers to the study of:
Who defined species as ‘A population of interbreeding individuals which are reproductively isolated from other populations' ?
A taxon is:
All living organisms are capable of:
The biologist who has been called the ‘Darwin of the 20th century’ is:
The maintenance of constant temperature inside the body is an example of:
Who is known as the Father of Zoology?
Aristotle is known as the 'Father of Biology' as well as the "Father of Zoology".
A group of interbreeding organisms is called:
Which one of the following functions is exhibited only by green plants and not by animals?