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Fisheries Science Objective Questions with Answer.

                      Fisheries Science Objective Questions with Answer

                Fisheries Science Objective Questions with Answer for NET/JRF/JOBS

                                     

Fisheries Science Objective Questions with Answers

 

1.      Name the animal group whose members are considered doubtful chordates : Hernichordata

 

2.      Balanoglossus is having ------------ feeding habit : Ciliary feeder

 

3.      In cephalochordates respiration takes place : Through general body surface

 

4.      Ductus Cuvieri is another name for: Cardinal veins

 

5.      In vertebrates, the pharyngeal gill slits are not more than : 8 pairs

 

6.      Which period is known as the age of fishes : Devonian

 

7.      Which phosphagen is utilized by vertebrates in cycles of muscle contraction : Creatine

 

8.      The eggs of lampreys are : Telolecithal

 

9.      Anticoagulant in Petmmyzon is secreted by : Salivary glands

 

10.  Crania! nerves in cyclostomes are : 8-10 pairs


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11.  Body in Scoliodon is covered by : Placoid scales

12.  Sphincter valve is present : At the junction of cardiac stomach and pylori  stomach

13.  Sinus venosus receives blood from : Ductus Cuvieri and hepatic sinuses


14.   Kidney in Chondricthyes is :  Opisthonephric

15.  The principal locomotary organ in Rohu is : Tail

16.  Family of Cowfish is : Ostraciidae

17.  The eggs of fishes are : Mega lecithal, extra embryonic membranes absent

18.  The caudal firs in Latimeria is : 3 lobed

19.  The teeth in frog are meant for : Preventing prey from slipping

20.  Erythrocytes in Amphibians are : Oval and nucleated

 

Fisheries Science Objective Questions with Answers

 

21.  Neoteny refers to : Retention of larval characteristics in adults

22.  Paedogenesis refers to :  Precocious development of gonads

23.  Uromastix is commonly known as : Spiny tailed lizard

24.  Heart in crocodiles is :  Completely 4 chambered

25.  Which layer of Lamellidens shell is called “ Mother of Pearl”: Nacreous

26.  Microsystis is a ------------- type of algae: Blue green algae

27.  Fins for propulsion: Caudal fin

28.  Labeo bata is : Bottom feeder

29.  A taxonomoc group of any rank in the system of classification is known as: Taxon

30.  Each pelvic fin is supported by how many fin rays : 9

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1.     World Wetlands Day celebrated at : 2 February

2.     Headquarter of International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources is located at : Gland, Switzerland

3.     Largest freshwater fishes in the world and was declared extinct in December, 2019- Chinese paddlefish

4.     Common Indian Sea urchin: Salmacis bicolor

5.     5 elongated pectoral fin rays:  Polynemus ndicus

6.     Mackerel present on Andaman: Rastreliger brachysoma

7.     Pole culture is mainly for: Mussel

8.     Chemical used for controlling blue green algae (algal bloom): CuSO4 Sol @ 1 ppm or CuSO4 @ 800 gm/ha

9.     Artificial substrata for settlement of spat is called: Cultch

10.                        Agonist of Dopamine: Bromocryptine, Apomorfine

1.     Function of Nidamental gland: Acts as a site of sperm storage and Egg shell formation

2.     Tryptophan deficiency result in: Scoliosis

3.     Sea food Export Association of India (SEAI) is in: Cochin

4.     Zooplankton which is almost absent in Marine water: Rotifer

5.     National Maritime Day: 5th April

6.     Young ones shows superior character during heterosis is known as: Hybrid vigour

7.     Random mating of population is: Panmictic mating

8.     The animals which can replace their teeth in once of their life span is: Acrodant

9.     The transmission of genes or character from parents to offspring without any change: Linkage

1.     It is a cross where the offspring are in the ratio of 1:1  is called: Test cross

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