A+ MCQ's Answers

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This file contains answers to the following questions some of which are given here i.e. 1.Which of the following structures develops into a pollen grain? A. Anther B. Megaspore C. Archegonium D. Microspore 2.Both insects and roundworms exhibit ______, whereas sponges, snails, and leeches do not. A. sensory perception B. molting during growth C. sexual reproduction D. calcium carbonate shells 3.Which of the following is an example of a group of prokaryotic organisms? A. Fungi B. Archaea C. Protists D. Eukarya

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1.Which of the following structures develops into a pollen grain?A. AntherB. MegasporeC. ArchegoniumD. Microspore2.Both insects and roundworms exhibit ______, whereas sponges, snails, and leeches do not.A. sensory perceptionB. molting during growthC. sexual reproductionD. calcium carbonate shells3.Which of the following is an example of a group of prokaryotic organisms?A. FungiB. ArchaeaC. ProtistsD. Eukarya4.The distinction between protostomes and deuterostomes is based on differences in theirA. nervous systems.B. embryological development.C. circulatory systems.D. digestive tracts.5.What is the function of a nematocyst?A. LocomotionB. Prey captureC. DigestionD. Sensory perceptionAnswers:-1. D. Microspore2. B. molting during growth3. B. Archaea4. B. embryological development.5. B. Prey c

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