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All statements below is true about gymnosperms EXCEPT

A. heterosporous

B. seed does not enclosed within ovary

C. non-vascular plants

D. less dependent on water for fertilization


Bacteria plays role in nitrogen fixation is related to importance of bacteria which is;

A. recycling of chemical elements in ecosystem

B. symbiotic

C. pathogenic

D. in research and technology


Hyphae is filamentous body plan (long, branched, thread-like cells). There are two types of hyphae;septate and aseptate. How are they differ from another?

A. Septate is not divided by crosswall while aseptate is divided by crosswall.

B. Septate is divided by crosswall while aseptate is not divided by crosswall.


All statements listed below are true about Rhizopus sp. except

A. it’s hyphae is coenocytic

B. asexual reproduction by conidia

C. it produces zygospore

D. the phylum of Rhizopus sp. is Zygomycota


The number of different species and the abundance of each species in a biological community.
A. genetic diversity
B. ecosystem diversity
C. extinction
D. species diversity


______ ______ includes thing like minerals, fossil fuels, plants, animals, clean water, and solar energy.
A. Overexpoitation
B. Natural Resources
C. Nonrenewable Resources


Rhizopus sp. belongs to

A. Ascomycota

B. Zygomycota

C. Basidiomycota

D. Apicomplexa


Which compound in the cell wall that causes a Gram positive bacteria stain purple in colour when it is treated with crystal violet dye?

A. Outer membrane

B. Lipoprotein

C. Peptidoglycan

D. Lipopolysaccharide


Mosses and liverworts are called non-vascular plant because

A. they lack motile sperm

B. they lack seed

C. they lack vascular tissue

D. they lack true roots, stems and leaves


Which two kingdoms are entirely multicellular?
A. Animalia and Plantae
B. Animalia and Protista
C. Protista and Plantae


Lichens are ________ and photosynthetic _____________ in a mutualistic relationship with one another.
A. Fungi and Algae
B. Fungi and Plants
C. Plants and Algae
D. Animals and Plants


This plant is classified under

A. Bryophytes

B. Pteridophytes

C. Gymnoperms

D. Angiosperms


The common name for the organism in bryophytes is

A. mosses

B. flowering plants

C. ferns

D. pines


The fungi phylum that produces sexual spores in microscopic sac-like structure is called

A. Ascomycota

B. Zygomycota

C. Basidiomycota

D. Chordata


Microorganism that found in extreme environments such as hot springs and underwater volcanoes classify under which Domain?

A. Both Archaea & Bacteria

B. Archaea

C. Bacteria

D. None of these


The shape for this bacteria is called ………….

A. spiral

B. bacillus

C. coccus

D. vibrio


Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Kingdom Fungi?
A. Autotrophic
B. Cell walls of chitin
C. Eukaryotic
D. Saprotrophic


a species that is not native to a particular region

A. endemic

B. exotic

C. endangered

D. extinct


All answers listed below are true about bacteria EXCEPT

A. all are prokaryotes

B. all are unicellular

C. all are harmful

D. all do not have nucleus


What is the tangled, underground network of hyphae that makes up the largest portion of a fungus?
A. Mycelium
B. Basidia
C. Gills
D. Fruiting Body


Which of the following statements show characteristics of Sulfolobus sp.?

I. The cell walls do not contain peptidoglycan.

II. There are no membrane-enclosed organelles within their cytoplasm.

III. Their DNA consist of histone proteins.

IV. Their membrane lipid has unbranched hydrocarbon chain that linked by ether linkage

A. I, II and III

B. II, III and IV

C. I, II and IV

D. I, III and IV


Amoeba is an example of which type of protist?
A. Animal-like protists
B. Plant-like protists
C. Fungi-like protists
D. Bacteria-like protists


species that are native to and found only within a limited area

A. endemic

B. exotic

C. endangered

D. extinct


Which of these species belongs to bryophytes?

A. Polytrichum sp.

B. Dryopteris sp.

C. Pinus sp.

D. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis


Which of the following best describes how fungi obtain their nutrition and energy?
A. Digest –> Ingest
B. Ingest –> Digest
C. Photosynthesi
D. Autotrophic




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