Evolutions Questions and Answers For NEET Free PDF

Evolutions Questions and Answers For NEET Free PDF

This Evolution NEET questions are the most important part of NEET Exam 2021 as it contains total 25 marks and carry good weightage. Here we the team livelearns have discussed the total evolution NEET question which gives you a complete idea about type of questions that will be asked in evolution NEET exam. So just prepare evolution NEET questions and make sure, you qualify NEET exam in your 1st attempt. Evolutions

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  1. Radioactive carbon dating teçchnique is employed to.

(a) Determine age of fossils
(b) Determine quality of coal
(d)Determine conc. of CO²
(c) None of the above

42, Which economist intiuenced Darwinian thoughts in evolution

(a) B.R. Malthus
(b) Aristotle
(d) None of the above
(c) Von Baer

  1. The central theme of Lamarckism is.

(a) Survival of the fittest
(b) Origin of species by Natural Selection
(c) Struggle for existence
(d) Inheritance of acquired characters

  1. Genetic drift is a part of.

(a) Darwinian law
(b) Lamarckism
(c) Variation
(d) Modem synthetio theory

  1. Use and disuse of organs’ was one of the evolutionary theories postulated by.

(a) Darwin
(b) Lamarck
(c) Von Baer
(d) Aristotle

  1. Direct evidence in Support of organic evolution comes from the study of.

(a) Genetics
(b) Histology
(c) Anatomy
(d) Palaeontology

  1. A sudden abrupt and heritable change in a character is called..

(a) Mutation
(b) Variation
(c) Natural selection
(d) None of these

  1. The appearance of slits in the ear region of human babies is indicative of..

(a) Homologous character
(b) Analogous character
(c) Atavistic character
(d) None of these

  1. Vermiform appendix of man is an example of…

(a) Homologous organ
(6) Analogous organ
(d) Atavistic organ
(c) Vestigeal organ

  1. Darwin’s finches refer to.

(a) Birds present at the Galapagos island
(b) Feathers of different birds collected by Darwin
(c)Lizards and snakes collected by Darwin
(d) Darwin’s observation on reproductive potentiality of elephants

  1. After cutting the tail of mouse for several generations, tail again appears in young ones. It disproves.

(b) Darwinism
(a) Lamarckism
(c) Mendelism
(d) Mutation theory

  1. The “use and disuse” principle of evolution as well as “Inheritance of acquired characters” were proposed by…

(b) Lamarck
(a) Darwin
(d) Hugo de Vries
(c) Weismann

  1. Evolution is best defined as.,

(b) Descent with modifications
(a) Inheritance of acquired character
(c) Struggle for existence .(C.P.M.T. 1984)
(d) Spontaneous generation

  1. The recapitulation theory or “Biogenetic Law explains Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny.” It was profoundeu by…

(b) Lamarck
(a) Weismann
(d) Erasmus Darwin
(c) E. Haeckel

  1. The simple organiç compounds that may have first evolved in the direction of origin of life on earth, may have been…

(b) Proteins and nucleic acids
(a) Proteins and amino acids
(d) Amino acids and urea
(c) Proteins and lipids

  1. The greatest evolutionary change enabling the land vertebrates to be completely free from water was the development of.

(b) Lungs
(a) Four legs
(c)Shelled eggs and internal fertilization
(d) Four chambered heart

  1. Homologous organs are..

(b) Hand of man, tail of horse, wing of bat
(a)Leg of man, leg of horse, wing of bat
(c) Hand of man, leg of horse, wing of bat. .(C.P.M.T. 1989
(d) Head of man, leg of horse, wing of bat

  1. Which of the following is attributed to Lamarck ?

(b) Origin of life
(a) Origin of species
(d) Mutation theory
(c)Inheritance of acquired character

  1. What is the most important requirement of evolution..

(b) Variation
(a) Adaptation of acquired characters
(d) Abnormal embryonic development
(c) Natural selection

  1. Which of the following primates is the closest relative of man ?

(b) Gorilla
(a) Orangutan
(d) Gibbon
(c) Sinanthropus

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