Biology MCQ – MCQ on Protozoa Characteristics

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1. Which of the following class of protozoa does not generally contain contractile vacuole?

  • Sporozoa
  • Rhizopoda
  • Flagellata
  • Cilliata

2. Trypanosoma belongs to which of the following group?

  • mastigophora
  • sarcodina
  • sporozoa
  • ciliata

3. Which of the following protozoan causes African sleeping sickness

  • Plasmodium vivax
  • Entamoeba gingivalis
  • Trypanosoma lewsii
  • Trypanosoma gambiense

4. Unicellular eukaryotes are grouped in

5. In protozoa contractile vacuole is generally absent in the class

  • Rhizopoda
  • Sporozoa
  • Ciliata
  • Flagellata

6. The class of phylum protozoa to which ‘Noctiluca’ belongs, is

  • Rhizopoda
  • Sporozoa
  • Mastigophora
  • Ciliata

7. The main basis of classification of phylum protozoa is

  • Size
  • Locomotory organelle
  • Shape
  • Number of nuclei

8. In protozoa contractile vacuole is generally absent in the class

  • Rhizopoda
  • Sporozoa
  • Ciliata
  • Flagellata

9. The class of Trichonympha is

  • Calcaria
  • Scyphozoa
  • Sporozoa
  • Mastigophora

10. Which is not the characteristic of phylum protozoa

  • Pseudopodia
  • Binary fission
  • Contractile vacuole
  • Cell membrane as body covering

11. Which of the following organelles are associated for defence in protozoans

  • Nematocysts
  • Statocysts
  • Trichocysts
  • Otocysts

12. Which is not the locomotory organ of protozoa

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