Biology MCQ on Class Amphibia for NEET and Medical Exam 2022

MCQ on Class Amphibia: The organisms belonging to the class Amphibia fall under the Chordata phylum of the kingdom Animalia. These are multicellular vertebrates that live both on land and water. This class includes about 3000 species. They are the first cold-blooded animals to have appeared on land.

Biology MCQ on Class Amphibia is one of the most important and vital sections in NEET. It includes theories, descriptions, discoveries, diagrams, definitions, explanation of differences and relations. Most of the concepts covered in the NEET syllabus are from the NCERT syllabus of Class 11 & 12. Other related sources make up for the rest of the syllabus.

In this post we are providing you MCQ on Class Amphibia, which will be beneficial for you in upcoming NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER, PGIMER, CBSE Board, ICSE Board, Class 12th, 11th.


MCQ on Class Amphibia

MCQ on Class Amphibia


Q1. A frog has 
a) jaws but no teeth 
b) eyes but no lids
c) ears but no pinnae
d) hands but no fingers

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(c) ears but not pinnae 

Q2. Frogs dwell in water or in the vicinity of water as
a) it aspire through the skin
b) it can see through its transparent eyelid whilst swimming
c) its hindlimb are webbed, facilitating to swim 
d) water is a good source for food

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(a) it aspire through the skin

Q3. The  body temperature of a frog is 20 degrees celsius in an environment having a temperature of 30 degrees celsius. The temperature of the frog in the new environment is
a) 25 degree celsius
b) 20 degree celsius
c) 30 degree celsius
d) between 20-30 degree celsius

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(c) 30 degree celsius

Q4. The differentiating factor of the venous system of frog and rabbit is in the presence of this
a) hepatic vein
b) three vena cavae
c) renal portal system
d) hepatic portal system

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(c) renal portal system 

Q5. This is not a true amphibian animal
a) Toad
b) Salamander
c) Tortoise
d) Frog

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(c) Tortoise

Q6.Dicondylic skull along with ten pairs of cranial nerves is found in 
a) Mammalia
b) Amphibia
c) Reptilia
d) Pisces

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(b) Amphibia 

Q7. Even after attaining sexual maturity, larval characters are retained. It is known as
a) Phylogenesis
b) Neoteny
c) Parthenogenesis
d) Ontogenesis

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(b) Neoteny

Q8. This about class Amphibia s correct                                                                                                                                         (i)  Fertilization is internal  
      (ii) respiration is through gills only
      (iii) body is divisible into head and trunk 
      (iv) heart is two chambered- one ventricle and one auricle
a) only (i)                                                                                                                                                                                                    b) only (iii)                                                                                                                                                                                                  c) (i),(ii) and (iv)                                                                                                                                                                                        d) all are correct                                                                                                                                                                                       

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(b) only (iii)

Q9. In amphibians, organ of Jacobson is for 
a) temperature
b) pressure
c) smell
d) sound

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(c) smell 

Q10. Neck is not found in a frog. This absence helps the frog to 
a) swim in water
b) respire
c) catch prey
d) jump on ground

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(d) jump on ground


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