Test: Scientific Nomenclature


10 Questions MCQ Test Science Class 9 | Test: Scientific Nomenclature


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QUESTION: 1

The scientific name of rice is Oryza sativa. What can be deduced from this information?

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QUESTION: 2

There are 2 names given to an organism in binomial nomenclature. Which are they?

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QUESTION: 3

The genus name of leopard is Panthera. Which of the following animals will not belong to this genus?

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QUESTION: 4

The names of which two taxa are used in binomial nomenclature?

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QUESTION: 5

The scientific name of frog is Rana tigrina. What does tigrina indicate?

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QUESTION: 6

Which is a correct rule of writing names in binomial nomenclature?

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QUESTION: 7

Which of the following is true regarding binomial nomenclature?

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Binomial nomenclature for the scientific naming of organisms was developed by Carolus Linnaeus. This system provides distinct and proper scientific names to the variety of organisms. Each name has two parts, i.e., the first part comprises its generic names, while the second part is the specific epithet.

QUESTION: 8

Name the two categories into which Carolus Linnaeus divided the organisms.

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In his book Systema Naturae, Linnaeus proposed that there were three broad groups, called Kingdoms. These Kingdoms were Animals, Plants and Minerals.

QUESTION: 9

Who introduced the binomial system of nomenclature?

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Carolus Linnaeus introduced the binomial nomenclature system for naming organisms in a scientific way.

QUESTION: 10

Binomial nomenclature cannot distinguish between

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Binomial nomenclature cannot distinguish between members of a spcecies because we know that it is the fundamental category of taxonomic classification.So,We cannot distinguish between the members of species.

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