Mode of Nutrition

61. The mode of nutrition exhibited by a tapeworm is (a) symbiotic (b) saprophytic (c) parasitic (d) holozoic
Right Choice: Option C

62. The association between bacteria residing in the caccum and the ruminant is (a)Parasitism (b) Predation (c) saprophytism (d) mutualism
Right Choice: Option D

63. The capture and digestion of insects by a pitcher plant is a special form of nutrition termed (a) autotrophic (b) heterotrophic (c) chemosynthetic (d) saprophytic
Right Choice: Option B

64. The mode of feeding in Amoeba and Hydra is (a) heterotrophic (b) holophytic (c) autotrophic (d) symbiotic
Right Choice: Option B

65. The mode of nutrition in Nitrobacter Ascaris and Homo sapiens respectively are (a) photosynthetic, parasitic and holozoic (b) chemosynthetic, parasitic and holozoic (c) photosynthetic parasitic and heterophytic (d) chemosynthetic, holophytic and helophytic
Right Choice: Option B

EXERCISE

66. The mode of nutrition common to green plants is (a) autotrophic (b) heteroprophic (c) holozoic (a)) saprophytic

67. An organism is considered a heterotrophy when it (a) feeds on inorganic feed (b) feeds on already manufactured food (c) fixes atmospheric nitrogen (d) respires anaerobically

68. The type of nutrition shown by spirogyra is (a) symbiosis (b) holophytic (c) holozoic (d) chemosynthetic

69. Which of the following organisms is a chemo-autotroph? (a) virus (b) bacteria (c) paramecium (d) euglena

70. An organism that feeds on algae is said to be (a) holozoic (b) parasitic (c) holophytic (d) saprophytic

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