Basis of Classification- 7th Std Science 1st Term
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Kingdom Monera includes _________ organisms.
The queen of drugs is _______
Plant cells have it. Animal cell do not have it. What is it?
Oryza sativa is a binomial of ______
All bacteria and cyanobacteria are _____ unicellular single called organisms. They cause disease like diphtheria ______ etc.
Fungi includes toad stools ________. They are _____ and multicellular.
Yeast is an unicellular organism and _____ is shape. It is a ______ fungus.
Conversion of sugar solution into ________ with the release of carbon dioxide by yeast is called _________.
The plant cells have an outside _______ that contain _______
The name of the species begins with a _________ letter.
Scientific names must be either __________ or Latinized. When written by hand, names should be _________
Organisms were referred by their _________ names in the local languages were not _____ applicable.
Animals can transmit impulses due to the presence of ________. They form the consumers of an _________.
new cells, ecosystem
Old Cells, Cell structure
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The father of bacteriology is _________
. The study of bacteria is _________
Bacteria considered as the ________ formed organisms in the world.
Canker disease in lemon is caused by _________
Cholera is caused by _______
Plant like protista are known as ________
The paramecium, which consists of cilia, belongs to class _______
Fungi cell walls, made of a tough complex sugar called ______
Unicellular fungus is ________
Amoeba which consists of preudopodia belongs to class _______
The mode of nutrition in fungi is _______
The antibiotic pencillin is extracted from ________
An example of insectivorous plant is ________
An example of parasitic plant is ________
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