Five Kingdom Classification Very Short Answer Biology Class-9 ICSE Selina Publishers

Five Kingdom Classification Very Short Answer Biology Class-9 ICSE Selina Publishers Solutions Chapter-8. Step By Step ICSE Selina Concise Solutions of Chapter-8 Five Kingdom Classification with Exercise-8 including MCQs, Very Short Answer Type, Short Answer Type, Long Answer Type and Structured/Application Questions Solved Visit official Website CISCE for detail information about ICSE Board Class-9.

Five Kingdom Classification Exe-8 Very Short Answer Biology Class-9 ICSE Concise Selina Publishers

Board ICSE
Publications Selina Publication
Subject Biology
Class 9th
Chapter-8 Five Kingdom Classification
Book Name Concise
Topics Solution of B. Very Short Answer Type
Academic Session 2023-2024

B. Very Short Answer Type 

Five Kingdom Classification Class-9 Biology Concise Solutions  

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Question 1.

Who had introduced the binomial system of naming living beings?

Answer:

Carolus Linnaeus had introduced the binomial system of naming living beings.

Question 2.

Which two characters out of (a)-(e) given below are common to dog, humans, squirrel, bat, camel and monkey?

(a) scales on the skin

(b) wings

(c ) external ears

(d) give birth to young ones

(e) a functional tail

Answer:

The two characters common to dog, humans, squirrel, bat, camel and monkey are:

(c ) external ears

(d) give birth to young ones

Question 3.

Match the items in Column I with as many as possible and even repeatedly from column II.

Column I Column II
1.Pine (i) Fungi
2. Earthworm (ii) Monera
3. Bread mould (iii) Prokaryote
4. Amoeba (iv) Gymnosperm
5. Moss (v) Plantae
6.Bacteria (vi) Animalia
(vii) Protista
(viii) Bryophyta

 

Answer:

Column I Column II
1.Pine (iv) Gymnosperm

(v) Plantae

2. Earthworm (vi) Animalia
3. Bread
mould
(i) Fungi
4. Amoeba (vii) Protista
5. Moss (v) Plantae

(viii) Bryophyta

6.Bacteria (ii) Monera

(iii) Prokaryote

 

Question 4.

What are the group names of the following categories of animals?

(a) Animals with a backbone _____________

(b) Animals with a hairy skin ___________

(c )Animals with three pairs of legs ___________

(d)Animals with feathers _________

Answer:

(a) Animals with a backbone: Vertebrata

(b) Animals with a hairy skin: Mammalia

(c )Animals with three pairs of legs: Insecta

(d)Animals with feathers: Aves

Question 5.

Which ones of the following animals are invertebrates?

Housefly, Silverfish, Trout, Jellyfish, Whale, Penguin, Lizard and Sponge.

Answer:

Invertebrate animals:

Housefly

Silverfish

Jellyfish

Sponge

Question 6.

Name three animals (belonging to different classes) which breathe by means of lungs but have no external ears (pinnae).

Answer :

  1. Class Amphibia: Tree frog
  2. ….. Reptilia: Cobra
  3. …. Aves: Duck

Question 7.

Given below is a list of ten animals each followed by three terms or features. Underline the term which does not match with the animal.

(i) Amoeba -Nucleus, tentacle, food vacuole

(ii) Hydra – Invertebrata, Cnidaria, Crustacea

(iii) Fish – Gills, paired fins, ear drum

(iv) Earthworm – Invertebrata, Annelida, Insecta

(v) Grasshopper-Wings, trachea, proboscis

(vi) Butterfly- Insecta, Invertebrata, Mollusca

(vii) Whale – Gills, mammary glands, fat under the skin

(viii) Pigeon – Feathers, wings, hair

(ix) Monkey – External ear, sweat glands, lateral line.

(x) Bat – Aves, Mammalia, Chordata

Answer:

(i) Amoeba – Nucleus, tentacle, food vacuole

(ii) Hydra – Invertebrata, Cnidaria, Crustacea

(iii) Fish – Gills, paired fins, ear drum

(iv) Earthworm – Invertebrata, Annelida, Insecta

(v) Grasshopper – Wings, trachea, proboscis

(vi) Butterfly – Insecta, Invertebrata, Mollusca

(vii) Whale – Gills, mammary glands, fat under the skin

(viii) Pigeon – Feathers, wings, hair

(ix) Monkey – External ear, sweat glands, lateral line

(x) Bat – Aves, Mammalia, Chordata

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