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Important Biology and Botany Questions with Answers (Part 1)

ByNaz khaliq

Aug 1, 2022
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Important Biology and Botany questions

This is the beginning of the ocean of knowledge about important Biology and Botany questions with answers. We are going to prepare you for PPSC, NTS, CSS or any other lecturer ship job tests and interviews, Mphil or PHD admission tests.

These are important Biology and Botany questions with answers that will help you to memorize them and then there is a video at the end of the article that contains MCQs. You should give the tests by clicking on the video and checking out how many questions you have memorized.

Q1: Who coined the term Biology?

Answer: It is introduced independently in different years by Thomas Beddoes (in 1799), Karl Friedrich Burdach (in 1800), Gottfried Reinhold Treviranus and Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1802).

Q2: Who is known as the father of Biology?

Answer: Theophrastus

Q3: Botany has its immediate origin from which word?

Answer: Botane

Q4: What is the physical basis of life?

Answer: Protoplasm

Q5: What is the sphere of Botany?

Answer: The Study of everything about plants

Q6: Who is the father of Biology?

Answer: Aristotle

Q7: What is the most peculiar feature shown by all living organisms?

Answer: Respiration is the most peculiar feature shown by all living organisms.

Q8: What is the degradative phase of the life cycle?

Answer: Senescence

Q9: Who said, “Protoplasm is the physical basis of life?

Answer: Huxley

Q10: Who gave the term Protoplasm’?

Answer: Purkinje

Q11: Who dicovered Bacteria?

Answer: Leeuwenhock

Q12: The plants are different from animals on which basis?

Answer: The difference is Localized Growth.

Q13: What is the main difference between living and non_living?

Answer: Presence of protoplasm

Q14: How plants are like animals?

Answer: Respire during the day and night

Q15: In which living things, does growth continue up to death?

Answer: In plants

Q16: What is the Study of lie effects on living organisms?

Answer: Photobiology

Q17: What is Histology?

Answer: A Botanist who studies the distribution of tissues in a stem does work on Histology.

Q18: Which is the branch of Botany that is concerned with living activity and function?

Answer: Physiology

Q19: Which is the branch of Biology that deals with the distribution of plants on the earth’s surface?

Answer: Phytogeography

Q20: Which branch of Biology includes both the study of plants and animals?

Answer: Microbiology

Q21: What is Silviculture?

Answer: The science that leads to the rearing and proper management of forest trees is called Silviculture.

Q22: What is the science of soil?

Answer: Pedology

Q23: What is the study of Lawns called?

Answer: Agrostology

Q24: What is the study of Exodermis?

Answer: Exobiology

Q25: Where is the largest Herbarium in the world?

Answer: England

Q26: What is Serology?

Answer: It is the study of the interaction of antigens and antibodies.

Q27: What is the study of flowers called?

Answer: Anthology

Q28: What is Cryobiology?

Answer: It is the science of Freeze dry storage of Germplasm.

Q29: What is Mycetology?

Answer: It is the study of Fungi.

Q30: What is Ethnobotany?

Answer: It is the study of plants for tribal use.

Q31: Who gave the concept of Totipotancy?

Answer: Gottlieb Haberlandt

Q32: What is the Spermology?

Answer: It is the study of Seeds.

Q33: Who is the father of medicine?

Answer: Hippocrates

Q34: What is the study of Pollen grains called?

Answer: Palynology

Q35: Who is the father of plant Physiology?

Answer: Stephen Hales

Q36: What is Tissue culture?

Answer: The branch of Biology which involves the Isolation and fusion of cells in vitro is called tissue culture.

Q37: What is Ecology?

Answer: The branch of Botany dealing with the interactions of organisms and environments is known as ecology.

Q38: What is the study of the Nucleus is called?

Answer: Kryology

Q39: What is Genetics?

Answer: The discipline dealing with the study of inheritance is called Genetics.

Q40: What is the study of immunological reactions occurring in the blood?

Answer: Serology

Q41: What is Biometry?

Answer: It is the application of satistical methods to the study of biological problems.

Q42: What is dendrochronology?

Answer: It is the determination of the age of trees by counting annual rings.

Q43: Which branch is concerned with the study of abnormal embryonic development?

Answer: Teratology

Q44: What is Nomenclature?

Answer: It is the science of naming plants.

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