General Agriculture MCQ For Competitive exam-57

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General Agriculture MCQ

#Chewing mouthparts never occur in:

a. Fleas

b. Earwigs

c. Beetles

d. Bees

#All neopterous insects are:

a. Predatory

b. Wingless

c. Ectognathous

d. Hemimetabolous

#Which developmental stage is found only in the Ephemeroptera?

a. Prepupa

b. Naiad

c. Subimago

d. Imago

#Which orders are most important in the transmission of human disease?

a. Phasmatodea and Odonata

b. Hymenoptera and Siphonaptera

c. Diptera and Phthiraptera

d. Hemiptera and Thysanoptera

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# A naiad is best described as a(n):

a. Predatory larva

b. Wingless adult

c. Aquatic nymph

d. Scavenger

#Which order is most closely related to Dermaptera?

a. Isoptera

b. Mecoptera

c. Psocoptera

d. Coleoptera

# Chelicerate arthropods include:

a. Millipedes and centipedes

b. Lobsters and shrimp

c. Spiders and ticks

d. Lice and fleas

#Which statement is true for all crustacea?

a. They live on land

b. They have chewing mouthparts

c. They have six walking legs

d. They are paleopterous

#Which insect order is never associated with plants?

a. Hymenoptera

b. Thysanoptera

c. Hemiptera

d. Siphonaptera

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#Human disease pathogens are transmitted by which order?

a. Hymenoptera

b. Thysanoptera

c. Diptera

d. All of these

#Odonata and Plecoptera are similar because both have:

a. Aquatic nymphs

b. Endopterygote development

c. Paleopterous wings

d. All of these

# Which insect order never lives in aquatic environments?

a. Trichoptera

b. Plecoptera

c. Diptera

d. Orthoptera

#Hemiptera and Hymenoptera are similar because both have:

a. Holometabolous development

b. Piercing-sucking mouthparts

c. Neopterous wings

d. All of these

#Which insect order is most commonly found in soil litter?

a. Collembola

b. Neuroptera

c. Lepidoptera

d. Phasmatodea

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# In a male insect, which structure would lie below (ventral to) the anus?

a. Epiproct

b. Aedeagus

c. Paraproct

d. Furca

#Which compound would be found in the exocuticle but NOT in the endocuticle?

a. Chitin

b. Protein

c. Quinone

d. Wax

#To which body segment are the elytra attached?

a. Mesothorax

b. Prothorax

c. First abdominal

d. Metathorax

#The shell of an insect’s egg is called the:

a. Serosa

b. Chorion

c. Amnion

d. Periplasm

#Damage symptoms of the emmalocera depressella?

a. Bunchy top

b. Dead harts pulled easily

c. Spiral glasseries

d. Dead hearts cannot palled easily

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#Which structure is unicellular?

a. Spine

b. Gland

c. Seta

d. Pile

#What is the function of the micropyle in an insect’s egg?

a. Water balance

b. Respiration

c. Nutrition

d. Sperm entrance

#Which mouthparts lie between the labrum and the maxillae?

a. Hypopharynx

b. Labium

c. Mandibles

d. Palps

# A line of weakness between adjacent sclerites that breaks during molting is called a

a. Apodeme

b. Ecdysial suture

c. Apophysis

d. Epistomal suture

#Chitin is most abundant in which part of the exoskeleton?

a. Epicuticle

b. Cuticulin layer

c. Procuticle

d. Epidermis

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#In a male insect, which structure would lie above (dorsal to) the anus?

a. Epiproct

b. Aedeagus

c. Paraproct

d. Furca

#What type of chemical monomer forms the backbone of a chitin molecule?

a. Lipid

b. Sugar

c. Quinone

d. Amino Acid

#To which body segment are the halters attached?

a. Mesothorax

b. Prothorax

c. First abdominal

d. Metathorax

# Which structure lies between the buccal cavity and the salivarium?

a. Labium

b. Cibarium

c. Labrum

d. Hypopharynx

#Which structure(s) would be found on an insect’s pretarsus?

a. Trochanter

b. Furca

c. Empodium

d. All of these

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# Indirect flight muscles cause wing movement by:

a. Moving thoracic sclerites

b. Pulling on axillary sclerites

c. Exerting hydrostatic pressure

d. All of these

#What is the maximum number of ocelli that may be found in an adult insect?

a. Zero

b. Five

c. Three

d. Twenty

#Which mouthparts lie between the labrum and the maxillae?

a. Hypopharynx

b. Labium

c. Mandibles

d. Palps

#Which sclerite lies below (ventral to) the frons?

a. Gena

b. Occiput

c. Clypeus

d. Labium

# A tormogen cell is always associated with a(n):

a. Spine

b. Apodeme

c. Gland

d. Seta

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#Chitin is a very important part of the insect’s exoskeleton because:

a. It is impermeable to water.

b. It is rigid and inflexible.

c. It is not digested by common enzymes.

d. It is flexible and elastic.

#Which structure lies below the frons and above the labrum?

a. Trochanter

b. Clypeus

c. Furca

d. Gena

#Where is the genital opening found on a typical insect?

a. Just above the epiproct.

b. Just below the anus.

c. Between the paraprocts.

d. Inside the tentorium.

#Parapsidal furrows are grooves found on the mesonotum of some parasitic wasps. These grooves would be located:

a. Above and between the front wings.

b. Under the halteres.

c. On the epimeron.

d. No way to tell.

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