General Science/Basic Science biology Aschelminthes Nemathelminthes Part 2 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
.A thick layer of cuticle on the surface of Ascaris indicates

1.Reproduction

2.Growth

3.Parasitism

4.Evolution

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Question:
.Hookworm feeds on

1.Semidigested food

2.Undigested food

3.Digested food

4.Mucous membrane and blood

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Question:
.Size of Hookworm is

1.8 � 11 mm in male and 10 � 13 mm in female

2.11 � 15 mm in male and 13 � 20 mm in female

3.15 � 20 mm in male and 20 � 30 mm in female

4.20 � 25 mm in male and 30 � 40 mm in female

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Question:
.The first and last moults of Ascaris occur in

1.Heart

2.Kidney

3.Liver

4.Intestine

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Question:
A free living roundworm is

1.Strongyloides

2.Rhabditis

3.Loa

4.All the above

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Question:
A single Hookworm sucks blood

1.0.1 ml

2.0.5 ml

3.0.8 ml

4.1.2 ml

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Question:
Alcopar is drug useful for

1.Taeniasis

2.Amoebiasis

3.Ascariasis

4.Schistosomiasis

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Question:
Amphids for olfacto-reception are present in Ascaris in

1.Pre-anal papilla

2.Post-anal papilla

3.Dorsal lip

4.Ventrolateral lips

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Question:
An intermediate host is absent in case of parasite

1.Liver fluke

2.Tapeworm

3.Ascaris

4.Plasmodium

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Question:
Ascaris disturbs digestion of host by

1.Feeding on digested food

2.Injuring intestinal wall

3.Secretion of anti-enzymes

4.Both A and B

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Question:
Ascaris juveniles cause

1.Appendicitis

2.Pneumonia

3.Hepatitis and brain damage

4.All the above

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Question:
Ascaris larva is called

1.Cysticercus

2.Rhabditiform

3.Hexacanth

4.Onchosphere

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Question:
Ascaris lumbricoides infection occurs through

1.Sole of uncovered feet

2.Contaminated water and food

3.Improperly cooked measly pork

4.From air through inhalation

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Question:
Ascaris protects itself against digestive enzymes of the host by

1.Mucus

2.Antienzymes

3.Antienzymes and cuticle

4.Cuticle

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Question:
Ascaris/Nemathelminthes possesses body cavity called

1.Coelom

2.Psedocoelom

3.Haemocoel

4.Coelenteron

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Question:
Before reaching intestine the larva of Ancylostoma travels through

1.Lungs and trachea

2.Oesophagus

3.Heart

4.All the above

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Question:
Common Roundworm is also called

1.Intestinal Roundworm

2.Giant Intestinal Roundworm

3.Threadworm

4.Old World Roundworm

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Question:
Cyclops is intermediate host of

1.Planaria/Dugesia

2.Echinococcus

3.Drancunculus

4.Ancylostoma

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Question:
During its journey through the body the juvenile Ascaris passes through

1.Spleen

2.Kidney

3.Skeletal muscles

4.Lung

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Question:
Embryonated egg of Ascaris is

1.An egg with gastrula

2.An egg with blastula

3.An egg with juvenile

4.An egg within an egg

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Question:
Enterobiasis is characterized by

1.Anal itching

2.Genital itching

3.Abdominal pain and diarrhoea

4.All the above

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Question:
Excretory pore of Ascaris occurs at

1.Posterior end

2.Middle of body

3.Behind the mouth

4.Near the posterior end

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Question:
Female Ascaris is differentiable from male in

1.Presence of cloaca

2.Presence of penial setae

3.Shorter size

4.Straight posterior end

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Question:
Filariasis is caused by

1.Wuchereria

2.Culex

3.Trichinella

4.Schistosoma

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Question:
Filariform larva enters human body while

1.Drinking contaminated water

2.Eating contaminated food

3.Bathing in contaminated water

4.Walking bare footed

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Question:
Filariform larva of Ancylostoma is

1.First stage juvenile

2.Second stage juvenile

3.Third stage juvenile

4.Fourth stage juvenile

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Question:
Give the correct matching of causative agent/germ and disease

1.Anopheles - Malaria

2.Leishmania � Sleeping Sickness

3.Glossina � Kala-azar

4.Wuchereria - Filariasis

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Question:
Ground itch is due to larva of

1.Ancylostoma

2.Enterobius

3.Trichuris

4.All the above

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Question:
Hookworm holds the intestinal wall by means of

1.Cutting plates

2.Lancets

3.Sucking action of pharynx

4.Surface spicules

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Question:
Hookworm resides in

1.Duodenum

2.Rectum

3.Small intestine

4.Blood

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Question:
In male Ascaris anus is

1.Absent

2.Replaced by gonopore

3.Replaced by cloaca

4.None of the above

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Question:
Infection of pinworm is called

1.Enterobiasis

2.Oxyuriasis

3.Both A and B

4.Trichuriasis

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Question:
Infective stage of Ascaris is

1.Adult worm

2.Second juvenile

3.Fourth juvenile

4.Egg

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Question:
Larva of Ancylostoma feeds on

1.Bacteria

2.Protists

3.Organic debris

4.Eggs of small animals

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Question:
Lips of Ascaris are

1.Smooth

2.Rough

3.Denticulate

4.Spiny

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Question:
Male Ascaris is differentiable from female Ascaris in

1.Presence of post-anal papillae

2.Presence of pre-anal papillae

3.Presence of penial setae

4.All the above

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Question:
Male Enterobius can be recognized by

1.Curved posterior end

2.One penial spicule

3.Two caudal alae

4.All the above

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Question:
Microfilariae are carried by

1.Sandfly

2.Culex mosquito

3.Anopheles mosquito

4.Housefly

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Question:
Musculature of Ascaris consists of

1.Circular muscles only

2.Outer longitudinal and inner circular

3.Outer circular and inner longitudinal

4.Longitudinal muscles only

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Question:
Number of lips of Ascaris are

1.Four

2.Three

3.Two

4.One

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Question:
Number of streaks present in Ascaris lumbricoides is

1.One

2.Two

3.Three

4.Four

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Question:
Old World Hookworm is

1.Necator americanus

2.Ancylostoma duodenale

3.Ancylostoma caninus

4.Strongyloides stercoralis

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Question:
Posterior end of male Enterobius possesses

1.One penial spicule

2.Two equal penial spicules

3.Two unequal penial spicules

4.None of the above

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Question:
Pseudocoel occurs in

1.Hydra

2.Ascaris

3.Cockroach

4.Earthworm

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Question:
Rhabditoid/rhabditiform larva occurs in life cycle of

1.Liver fluke

2.Ascaris

3.Tapeworm

4.Planaria

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Question:
Sensory structures in Ascaris are

1.Phasmids

2.Amphids

3.Papillae

4.All the above

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Question:
Size of common Roundworm or Ascaris lumbricoides is

1.15 � 30 cm in male and 20 � 40 cm in female

2.10 � 15 cm in male and 15 � 25 cm in female

3.5 � 10 cm in male and 10 � 15 cm in female

4.3 � 5 cm in male and 7 � 10 cm in female

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Question:
Size of Enterobius (Oxyuris) vermicularis is

1.2 � 3 mm in male and 5 � 8 mm in female

2.3 � 5 mm in male and 8 � 13 mm in female

3.5 � 8 mm in male and 12 � 17 mm in female

4.8 � 10 mm in male and 15 � 20 mm in female

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Question:
Syncytial epidermis occurs in

1.Ascaris

2.Hydra

3.Taenia

4.Leucosolenia

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Question:
Taste receptors of Ascaris are

1.Phasmids

2.Amphids

3.Labial papillae

4.Both B and C

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Question:
The infective stage of Ascaris is

1.Fertilized egg

2.Embryonated egg

3.Rhabditoid larva

4.Adult Ascaris

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Question:
Which is true of Ascaris?

1.Host

2.Aquatic

3.Unisexual

4.Bisexual

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Question:
Which one is used in treatment of ascariasis?

1.Chenopodium oil

2.Paludrin

3.Terramycin

4.None of the above

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