Match the Columns Science Class 10 Chapter 9: Heredity and Evolution

Each question contains statements given in two columns which have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in column-I have to be matched with statements (p, q, r, s) in column II:

Question.1

Column IColumn II
(A) Erect ape man(p) 5-Bromouracil
(B) Homo sapiens fossils(q) Theory of inheritance of acquired character
(C) Base analogous(r) Cromagnon man
(D) Lamarck(s) Java man
Column IColumn II
(A) Erect ape man(s) Java man
(B) Homo sapiens fossils(r) Cromagnon man
(C) Base analogous(p) 5-Bromouracil
(D) Lamarck(q) Theory of inheritance of acquired character

Question.2.

Column IColumn II
(A) Allopatric speciation(p) Swan neck experiment
(B) Bar eye character in Drosophila(q) Finches to darwin 
(C) Louis pasteur(r) Duplication in X-chromosome
(D) Ladder of nature(s) Aristotle
Column IColumn II
(A) Allopatric speciation(q) Finches to darwin
(B) Bar eye character in Drosophila(r) Duplication in X-chromosome
(C) Louis pasteur(s) Aristotle
(D) Ladder of nature(p) Swan neck experiment

Question.3.

Column IColumn II
(A) Genetic changes(p) Homologous organ
(B) Independent inheritance(q) Fossil
(C) Natural selection(r) Analogous organ
(D) Dihybrid ratio(s) XY
(E) Male human beings(t) 9 : 3 : 3 : 1
(F) Wing of a bat and a wing of a bird(u) Darwin
(G) Remanant of ancient animals(v) Mendel
(H) Arm of a man and wing of a bird(w) DNA copying
Column IColumn II
(A) Genetic changes(w) DNA copying
(B) Independent inheritance(v) Mendel
(C) Natural selection(u) Darwin
(D) Dihybrid ratio(t) 9 : 3 : 3 : 1
(E) Male human beings(s) XY
(F) Wing of a bat and a wing of a bird(r) Analogous organ
(G) Remanant of ancient animals(q) Fossil
(H) Arm of a man and wing of a bird(p) Homologous organ

Question.4.
Match the physical evidence of evolution with the best description of that particular type of evidence.

Column IColumn II
(A) Fossils(p) Comparing similarities and differences between amino acid sequences in two organisms.
(B) Embryology(q) The remains of decreased organisms that are studied.
(C) Cytology(r) Comparisons of the early development stages of an organism.
(D) DNA evidence(s) Comparing and contrasting cell structures found within an organism.
Column IColumn II
(A) Fossils(q) The remains of decreased organisms that are studied.
(B) Embryology(r) Comparisons of the early development stages of an organism.
(C) Cytology(s) Comparing and contrasting cell structures found within an organism.
(D) DNA evidence(p) Comparing similarities and differences between amino acid sequences in two organisms.

Question.5.
Match the genetic cross of the parents on the left with the genotypes of the offspring most likely to be produced from that cross on the right.

Column IColumn II
(A) BB `\times` bb(p) 25% BB, 50% Bb, 25% bb
(B) Bb `\times` Bb(q) 100% bb
(C) BB `\times` BB(r) 100% Bb
(D) bb `\times` bb(s) 100% BB
Column IColumn II
(A) BB `\times` bb(r) 100% Bb
(B) Bb `\times` Bb(p) 25% BB, 50% Bb, 25% bb
(C) BB `\times` BB(s) 100% BB
(D) bb `\times` bb(q) 100% bb

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