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Morphology of Cockroach

Structural Organization in Animals
Biology
Class 11

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Morphology of Cockroach

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Which of the following features is not related to cockroach?

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Match Column-I with Column-II and select the correct option from the codes given.
Column IColumn II
A. Cotton fibre(i) Starch
B. Exoskeleton of cockroach(ii) Glycogen
C. Liver(iii) Chitin
D. Peeled potato(iv) Inulin
E. Roots of Dahlia(v) Cellulose

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Choose the correct answer from the allternatives given.
What is the anterior pair of wings called in cockroach?

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Select the correct option:
The given figure represents posterior region of male cockroach. Identify the parts labelled as A, B, C and D

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Based on the given observations made by a student during microscopic investigation, identify the organisms.
Compound eyes for vision and antennae to sense.

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The dentition of higher organisms corresponds to which of the following structure of cockroaches?

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Define structure of a cockroach?

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Most swollen segment in leg cockroach is 

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Write the names of appendages associated with the head of a cockroach.

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Match list I with list II and choose the correction option

List I (Organism                                         List II (Excretory structure)
(A) Cockroach                                              (1) Nephridia
(B) Clarias                                                     (2) Malpighian tubules
(C) Earthworm                                              (3) Kidneys
(D) Balanoglossus                                        (4) Flame cells
(E) Flatworm                                                (5) Proboscis gland

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