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Multiple Choice Quiz on Earthworm

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Earthworm
1. The colour of body in earthworm is brown due to presence of
blood
haemoglobin
haemocyanin
porphyrin
2. Salivary gland in earthworm is found in
pharyngeal wall
ventral wall of buccal cavity
dorsal wall of buccal cavity
none of the above
3. Earthworm have no skeleton but during burrowing, the anterior end becomes turgid and acts as a hydraulic skeleton .It is due to
satae
gut peristalsis
setae
coelomic fluid
4. Body of earthworm is divided into how many similar segments which are called metameres or somites?
60 -120
100 -120
120 - 140
120 or more
5. Spermathecae in earthworm is
for storage of sperms obtained from male earthworm during copulation and used in future
for producing sperms
both
bone of these
6. Microvilli of intestine epithelium are similar in function with
hepatic caecae in cockroarch
Malpighian tubules in cockroach
hepatic caecae in cockroarch
typhlosole in earhthworm
7. Earthworms are hermaphrodite and reproduce primarily by
asexually
self fertlization
cross fertilization
none of these
8. In earthworm gizzard is found in
8th segment
8-13 segment
8-11 segment
27 th segment
9. Which of the following nephridia are not found in earthworm?
macro nephridia
septal nephridia
phayngeal nephridia
integumentary nephridia
10. Which one of the following species of earthworm is not recommended for vermicomposting?
Eudrilus eugeniae
Eisenia fetida
Pheretima posthuma
Perionyx excavatus
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