Diversity In Living Organisms: Important Questions & Preparation Tips

Here you can find the Science chapter, Diversity In Living Organisms Important Questions & Preparation Tips for CBSE Class 9 Semester Assessments 2017-2018. The questions have been prepared to cover all the important topics of the chapter. Students can solve these questions to revise the chapter and track their preparation level for the next exams to come.

Created On: Apr 14, 2017 17:27 IST
Modified On: Apr 14, 2017 17:28 IST

class 9 science important questions, class 9 science preparation tipsGet the CBSE Class 9th Science chapter, Diversity in Living Organisms: Important Questions & Preparation Tips. This will provide you with a very clear idea about what type of questions are being framed for the exam and from which topics. The pattern in which the Question Paper is set is quite different from the style in which the course structure is actually defined. Consider the below mentioned terms/questions at the time of preparation.

  • Importance of classification and basis of classification
  • Which do you think is a more basic characteristic for classifying organisms?
  • The place where they live.
  • The kind of cells
  • Advantage of classification
  • Flow chart of classification to have a clear view of classification


• Define biodiversity
• Who wrote the book Origin of Species?
• What do mean by primitive organism and advanced organism?
• Who is known as the father of taxonomy?
• Collect the range of variation that you see around you
• Whittaker’s five kingdom classification in detail
• The basis of five kingdom classification
• The correct sequence of five Kingdom classification
• Examples of Archaebacteria and Eubacteria
• Resting spore and heterocyst
• Study the following Groups in reference to the mentioned points:

Reference points
• Organisms are eukaryote or prokaryote
• Organisms are unicellular or multicellular
• Mode of nutrition
• Examples of organism

• Monera
• Protista
• Fungi
• Plantae
• Animalia
• Study about saprophyte, like how do they take food
• Example of symbiotic relationship  
• Division among the plants has simplest organisms
• Criteria to classify the planate on first level and second level
• Study the following groups in reference to the mentioned points

Reference points
• Organisms are eukaryote or prokaryote
• Organisms are unicellular or multicellular
• Mode of nutrition
• Important characteristics
• Examples of organism

• Thalophyta
• Bryophyte
• Pteridophyta
• Gymnosperm
• Angiosperm
• What is thallus?
• Why bryophytes are called amphibians of plant kingdom
• Difference between cryptogams and phanerogams
• Difference between monocots and dicots
• List the number of phyla that come under animal kingdom
• Use the same tips to study the animal kingdom

Important Questions are as below:
Q. Explain all the important characteristics of the given phyla:
• Platihelminthes
• Coelenterates
• Annelida
Q. Two examples belonging to members of nematoda
Q. What is the cause of elephantiasis
Q. What is the most striking feature of phylum arthropoda?
Q. Difference between annelids and arthropods
Q. What is notochord and describe its function?
Q. Two examples from phylum protochordata
Q. Bats and whales are classified as mammals. Why?
Q. Circulatory system found in the phylum molusca?

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