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Which of the following is an example of taxon?

A
Genera
B
Family
C
Class
D
All of the above
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First life on earth was

A
Chemoautotrophs
B
Autotrophs
C
Photoautotrophs
D
None of these
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'Taxa' differs from 'taxon':

A
Taxa is a higher taxonomic category than taxon.
B
Taxa is lower taxonomic category than taxon.
C
Taxa is the plural of taxon.
D
Taxa is the singular of taxon.
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Class is present between

A
Kingdom and phylum
B
Phylum and order
C
Order and family
D
Family and genus
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In taxonomic hierarchy, family comes between

A
Class and Order
B
Order and Genus
C
Genus and Species
D
Division and Class
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Binomial nomenclature means writing the name of plant / animal in two words, which designate

A
Genus and species
B
Species and variety
C
Order and family
D
Family and genus
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The system of giving one name to the individual is called as 

A
Quasibinomial system
B
Semibinomial system
C
Mononoial system
D
Uninomial system
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The science of naming plants is known as

A
Classification
B
Identification
C
Nomenclature
D
Taxonomy
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The place for keeping and studying dry plants is called

A
Arboreum
B
Vasculum
C
Herbarium
D
Museum
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Binomial system of nomenclature means that every organism has___________

A
Two names, one scientific and the other popular
B
One name given by two scientists
C
One scientific name consisting of a generic and specific name
D
A number in an international catalogue by which it can be identified
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