Biological Classification: Algae Quiz

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Biological Classification: Algae

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The pigment phycoerythrin is characteristic of

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Spirogyra differs from Mucor in having

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In Spirogyra, ladder like structure is formed in

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Which of the following is a flagellated alga?

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In Spirogyra sometimes the gametes behave directly as zygospores without fusion. Such reproductive bodies are called

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Sexual reproduction in Spirogyra is morphologically characterized by

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Rhodophyceae is red coloured due to

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Sexual reproduction and mobile cells are absent in

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Inoogamy, fertilization involves

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Filaments of Spirogyra are

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The non-motile, greatly thickened asexual spores are called

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Pyrenoids are made up of

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Spirogyra has a

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Which of the following alga is rich in protein?

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Fusion of mature individuals which directly act as gametes, is called

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Which one of the following statements regarding the algae is Incorrect ?

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Match the storage products listed under column I with the organisms given under column II. Choose the appropriate option from the given choices.

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Which of the following pigments is presents in all algae?

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Sexual reproduction in Spirogyra can be described as

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Coenobium means

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In physiological anisogamy

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Physiological anisogamous sexual reproduction is found in

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Meiosis is Ulothrix takes place during

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Sexual reproduction in algae results in the formation of

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In Ulothrix meiosis (reduction division) occurs in

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Phycology is the study of

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Which of the following statement is correct for Ulothrix?

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The cell wall of Spirogyra is made up of

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Pyrenoids in green algal cells are related to

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Match the following and choose the correct combination from the options given.

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