The book ‘Genera Plantarum’ was written by (a) Engler and Prantl (b) Bentham and Hooker (c) Bessey (d) Hutchinson.
‘Taxon’ is the unit of a group of (a) order (b) taxonomy (c) species (d) genes.
Sequence of taxonomic categories is (a) class–phylum–tribe–order–family–genus–species (b) division–class–family–tribe–order–genus–species (c) division–class–order–family–tribe–genus–species. (d) phylum–order–class–tribe–family–genus–species.
The term phylum was given by (a) Cuvier (b) Haeckel (c) Theophrastus (d) Linnaeus.
A taxon is (a) a group of related families (b) a group of related species (c) a type of living organisms (d) a taxonomic group of any ranking.
The term “New Systematics” was introduced by (a) Bentham and Hooker (b) Linnaeus (c) Julian Huxley (d) A.P. de Candolle.
Static concept of species was put forward by (a) de Candolle (b) Linnaeus (c) Theophrastus (d) Darwin.
Linnaeus is credited with (a) binomial nomenclature (b) theory of biogenesis (c) discovery of microscope (d) discovery of blood circulation.
Linnaeus evolved a system of nomenclature called (a) mononomial (b) vernacular (c) binomial (d) polynomial.