Biology MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) - SchoolingAxis

Biology MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)

 Que- Bean shaped cells in plants are_________? 

a. mesophyll cells  

b. xylem cells  

c. phloem cells  

d. guard cells 

Answer- guard cells

Que- Villi and microvilli increase__________? 

a. digestion  

b. assimilation  

c. absorption  

d. ingestion 

Answer- absorption

Que- Water potential of pure water is__________? 

a. zero  

b. one  

c. negative  

d. two 

Answer- zero

Que- The respiratory problem most common in smokers is_________? 

a. tuberculosis  

b. emphysema  

c. asthma  

d. cancer 

Answer- emphysema

Que- Parabronchi are present in__________? 

a. cockroach  

b. frog  

c. fish  

d. birds 

Answer- birds

Que- The utilization of the products of digestion is called___________? 

a. ingestion  

b. absorption  

c. assimilation  

d. both a and b 

Answer- assimilation

Que- Kangaroo has an abdominal pouch known as__________? 

a. placenta  

b. guttural pouch  

c. marsupial  

d. all of these 

Answer- marsupial

Que- Earthworm lives in___________? 

a. sea water  

b. moist soil  

c. fresh water  

d. none of these 

Answer- moist soil

Que- Sickle cell anemia was discovered by_________? 

a. Vernon Ingram  

b. Sanger  

c. Miescher  

d. none of these 

Answer- Vernon Ingram

Que- Rich source of energy in seimen is__________? 

a. glucose  

b. fructose  

c. lactose  

d. sacrose 

Answer- glucose

Que- The foetus is protected from the mechanical damage by the__________? 

a. cervix  

b. vagina  

c. uterus  

d. amniotic fluid 

Answer- amniotic fluid

Que- Release of the ovum from ovary is called__________? 

a. fertilization  

b. ovulation  

c. implantation  

d. none of these 

Answer- ovulation

Que- Detachment of myosin head and actin in rigor mortis occurs due to__________? 

a. stored ATP in body  

b. hypercalcemia  

c. autolysis in body  

d. hyperactivity of mitochondria 

Answer- hyperactivity of mitochondria

Que- Which bone is called beauty bone in women? 

a. sternum  

b. clavicle  

c. maxilla  

d. radius 

Answer- clavicle

Que- The plants which produce embryo but lack vascular tissues and seeds are placed in_________? 

a. bryophytes  

b. pteridophytes  

c. tracheophytes  

d. all of these 

Answer- bryophytes

Que- Higher vascular plants are also called__________? 

a. flowering plants  

b. seed plants  

c. ferns  

d. none of these 

Answer- seed plants

Que- In all coelentrates endoderm give rise to__________? 

a. nervous system  

b. digestive system  

c. reproductive system  

d. circulatory system 

Answer- digestive system

Que- Liver fluke is parasite in the liver of__________? 

a. cattle  

b. sheep  

c. goat  

d. all of these 

Answer- all of these

Que- Amoeba moves in water with the help of locomotory organs called_________? 

a. tube feet  

b. cilia  

c. pseudopodia  

d. flagella 

Answer- pseudopodia

Que- Snails belong to_________? 

a. gastropods  

b. bivalves  

c. arthropods  

d. platyhelminthes 

Answer- gastropods

Que- In many which phylum the body of an organisms is usually divided in there regions called head, thorax and abdomen? 

a. echinodermata  

b. mollusca  

c. nematoda  

d. arthropoda 

Answer- arthropoda

Que- In human beings influenza is caused by_________? 

a. bacteria  

b. protist  

c. virus  

d. fungi 

Answer- virus

Que- Non-enveloped naked viruses are known as___________? 

a. prions  

b. bacteriophages  

c. oncoviruses  

d. virions 

Answer- virions

Que- Gram +ve bacteria on treatment with crystal violet dye give _________colour? 

a. red  

b. green  

c. purple  

d. pink 

Answer- purple

Que- Malarial parasite is injected into man as__________? 

a. sporozoites  

b. merozoites  

c. zygote  

d. none of these 

Answer- sporozoites

Que- The terms procariotique and eucariotique were proposed by___________? 

a. Whittaker  

b. Chatton  

c. Haeckel  

d. Margulis and Schwartz 

Answer- Chatton

Que- The most common type of asexual reproduction in the fungi is__________? 

a. fragmentation  

b. spore production  

c. budding  

d. binary fission 

Answer- spore production

Que- Outside the thallus of Marchantia there are special structures called__________? 

a. stem tuber  

b. rhizoids  

c. sporangium  

d. none of these 

Answer- rhizoids

Que- The vascular plants are termed as____________? 

a. tracheophytes  

b. bryophytes  

c. pteridophytes  

d. all of these 

Answer- tracheophytes

Que- Tobacco mosaic virus was crystallized by__________? 

a. Pasteur  

b. Chamberland  

c. Stanely  

d. Ivanowski 

Answer- Stanely

Que- Flagella are composed of________? 

a. micro tubules  

b. micro filaments  

c. intermediate filaments  

d. glycoproteins 

Answer- micro tubules

Que- The life and activities of a cell is controlled by__________? 

a. cytoplasm  

b. nucleus  

c. vacuole  

d. mitochondria 

Answer- nucleus

Que- Accumulation of lipid molecules in brain cells lead to____________? 

a. paralysis  

b. oedema  

c. mental retardation  

d. all of these 

Answer- mental retardation

Que- Accumulation of lipid molecules in brain cells lead to__________? 

a. paralysis  

b. oedema  

c. mental retardation  

d. all of these 

Answer- mental retardation

Que- The simplest amino acid is_________? 

a. alanine  

b. glycine  

c. valine  

d. phenylalanine 

Answer- glycine

Que- They are present in the underground parts of the plants and stored food? 

a. leucoplast  

b. chromoplast  

c. chloroplast  

d. stem 

Answer- leucoplast

Que- They are widespread as protective coatings on fruits and leaves? 

a. cholesterol  

b. waxes  

c. chitin  

d. all of these 

Answer- waxes

Que- It is very serious disease of brain which is caused by fungi________? 

a. ring worm  

b. meningitis  

c. hepatitis  

d. none of these 

Answer- meningitis

Que- Many bacteria in our digestive system synthesize vitamins for example vitamin_________? 

a. B1  

b. B2  

c. B12  

d. B6 

Answer- B12

Que- Which is not a vertebrate ? 

a. Reptiles  

b. Fish  

c. Insect  

d. None of these 

Answer- Insect

Que- Which of the following is the less important organ in human body? 

a. Hair  

b. Appendix  

c. Hip bone  

d. Navel 

Answer- Appendix

Que- Who is the father of Genetics? 

a. Robert Hook  

b. Robert Brown  

c. Gregor Mendel  

d. Charless Darwin 

Answer- Gregor Mendel

Que- which of the following hepatitis is more contagious ? 

a. HAV  

b. HBV  

c. HCV  

d. HDV 

Answer- HCV

Que- Which branch of science is short in laws ? 

a. Biology  

b. Physics  

c. Chemistry  

d. All of these 

Answer- Biology

Que- A condition in which there is a decrease of oxygen to the tissue despite adequate blood flow to the tissue is_________? 

a. Aphasia  

b. Dysphasia  

c. Hypoxia  

d. None 

Answer- Hypoxia

Que- Insulin is a human__________? 

a. Gene  

b. Protein  

c. Glucose  

d. Diabetes 

Answer- Protein

Que- Amoeba secretes digestive enzymes to hydrolyse _________ ? 

a. Starch  

b. Sugar  

c. Proteins  

d. All of these and fats 

Answer- All of these and fats

Que- The number of daughter paramecia produced following conjugation is _______ ? 

a. 8 from one conjugant  

b. 8 from two conjugants  

c. 16 from two conjugants  

d. 8-16 from two conjugants 

Answer- 8 from two conjugants

Que- Corolla and calyx collectively termed as___________? 

a. Prienth  

b. Hermaphrodite  

c. Complete flower  

d. Sexual whorls 

Answer- Hermaphrodite

Que- Sporogony of malaria parasite occurs in _______ ? 

a. Liver of man  

b. RBC of man  

c. Stomach wall of mosquito  

d. Salivary glands of mosquito 

Answer- Stomach wall of mosquito

Que- Under unfavourable conditions, the Amoeba reproduces by ________ ? 

a. Binary fission  

b. Conjugation  

c. Encystment  

d. Endomixis 

Answer- Encystment

Que- Mild tertian malaria is caused by _______ ? 

a. Plasmodium vivax  

b. Plasmodium falciparum  

c. Plasmodium ovale  

d. Plasmodium malariae 

Answer- Plasmodium vivax

Que- Blood does not coagulate inside the body due to the presence of___________? 

a. Haemoglobin  

b. Fibrin  

c. Heparin  

d. Plasma 

Answer- Heparin

Que- Accurate name given to blood is ___________ ? 

a. Red fluid  

b. Hemoglobin  

c. Fluid tissue  

d. Plasma 

Answer- Fluid tissue

Que- Sweat glands occur in greatest number in the skin of the__________? 

a. Forehead  

b. Back  

c. Armpits  

d. Palm of hand 

Answer- Armpits

Que- Protein which acts as hormone is__________? 

a. Casein  

b. Trypsin  

c. Oxytocin  

d. Keratin 

Answer- Oxytocin

Que- Which one of the following vitamin is known as the “anti- Sterile” factor? 

a. Ascorbic acid  

b. Retinol  

c. Riboflavin  

d. a-tocopherols 

Answer- Ascorbic acid

Que- Which of the following vitamins is useful in ostcoimalacia? 

a. Vitamin D  

b. Vitamin E  

c. Vitamin C  

d. Vitamin A 

Answer- Vitamin D

Que- Human body makes about 20 million erythrocytes in__________? 

a. One Second  

b. Two Seconds  

c. Three Seconds  

d. Four Seconds 

Answer- One Second

Que- Ingestion of bacteria by certain type of cells is termed as ________ ? 

a. Acclimatization  

b. Agglutination  

c. Paralysis  

d. Phagocytosis 

Answer- Phagocytosis

Que- The expected number of RBCs in a single drop, or microliter, of blood is _________ million in Women. 

a. 4.5 to 6.2 million  

b. 3.4 to 6.8 million  

c. 3.2 to 7.2 million  

d. 4.0 to 5.2 million 

Answer- 4.0 to 5.2 million

Que- The normal range of the number of white blood cells in a microliter of blood is between _________ ? 

a. 2,500 and 09,300  

b. 4,500 and 10,000  

c. 4,900 and 12,000  

d. None of these 

Answer- 4,500 and 10,000

Que- The expected number of RBCs in a single drop, or microliter, of blood is _________ million in Men. 

a. 4.5 to 6.2 million  

b. 3.4 to 6.8 million  

c. 3.2 to 7.2 million  

d. 4.0 to 5.2 million 

Answer- 4.5 to 6.2 million

Que- Parkinson is a disease of_________? 

a. Lungs  

b. Eyes  

c. Brain  

d. Bones 

Answer- Brain

Que- Acetabularia is a kind of __________ ? 

a. Fungi  

b. Protist  

c. Multicellular alga  

d. Unicellular alga 

Answer- Unicellular alga

Que- Acetabularia mediterranea has a cap of _________ ? 

a. Regular shape  

b. Circular shape  

c. Triangular shape  

d. Cone shape 

Answer- Regular shape

Que- What is hibernation and aestivation________? 

a. Thermal adaptation shown by animals  

b.  wind adaptation shown by animals  

c.  adaptation of animals to escape from predators  

d. none of the above 

Answer- Thermal adaptation shown by animals

Que- Enzyme activity can also be charted through the __________ ? 

a. Rate of digestion  

b. Rate of reaction  

c. Level of pH  

d. Number of active sites 

Answer- Rate of reaction

Que- BOD refers to the __________? 

a. Bidding of Dermatology  

b. Binding of Dirt  

c. Biochemical occupied Date  

d. Biochemical Oxygen demand 

Answer- Biochemical Oxygen demand

Que- Self pollination is not possible in ________ ? 

a. Dioecious plants  

b. Pawpaw  

c. Flowers  

d. both A and B  

Answer- both A and B 

Que- “lub” sound is produced after _________ ? 

a. The ventricles are fully contracted  

b. The ventricles start to relax  

c. The bicuspid and tricuspid valves suddenly close  

d. The semilunar valves are closed 

Answer- The bicuspid and tricuspid valves suddenly close

Que- Examples of Epigeal germination include _________ ? 

a. Maize  

b. Sword bean seed  

c. Broad bean seed  

d. Corn 

Answer- Sword bean seed

Que- All are functions of hypothalamus, but, _________ ? 

a. Regulation of body temperature  

b. Regulation of anti-diuretic hormones  

c. Regulation of sleep and emotions  

d. Regulation of blood osmotic pressure 

Answer- Regulation of anti-diuretic hormones

Que- More water is reabsorbed in blood due to _________ ? 

a. More anti-diuretic hormone  

b. Lesser anti-diuretic hormone  

c. Active functioning of pancreas  

d. Inactivity of pituitary gland 

Answer- More anti-diuretic hormone

Que- Sessile flowers have _________ ? 

a. No scent  

b. Irregular shape  

c. No pedicles  

d. No petals 

Answer- No pedicles

Que- Stamens are not usually pendulous in plants pollinated by __________ ? 

a. Wind  

b. Insects  

c. Water  

d. Rain 

Answer- Insects

Que- Guard cells of stoma are ________ ? 

a. Irregular in shape  

b. Convex in shape  

c. Long and cylindrical in shape  

d. Kidney-shaped 

Answer- Kidney-shaped

Que- Special kind of protein containing iron is called as _________ ? 

a. Hormones  

b. Hemoglobin  

c. Red blood cell  

d. White blood cell 

Answer- Hemoglobin

Que- Zygote with three copies chromosome 21, is known to cause _________? 

a. Hay fever  

b. Scurvy  

c. Parkinson Disease  

d. Downs syndrome 

Answer- Downs syndrome

Que- Kind of respiration through which skeletal muscles of human body gets the energy is ________ ? 

a. Acidic respiration  

b. Anaerobic respiration  

c. Aerobic respiration  

d. Nitrogenous respiration 

Answer- Anaerobic respiration

Que- Fuel used by cells in cellular respiration to get energy is ________ ? 

a. polysaccharides  

b. Polypeptides  

c. Glucose  

d. Sugar 

Answer- Glucose

Que- Kind of cellular respiration which occurs in presence of oxygen is _________ ? 

a. Anaerobic respiration  

b. Aerobic respiration  

c. Nitrogenous respiration  

d. Acidic respiration 

Answer- Anaerobic respiration

Que- Special enzymes are released during necrosis from __________ ? 

a. lysosomes  

b. Vacuoles  

c. Cytoplasm  

d. Golgi bodies 

Answer- lysosomes

Que- Number of cells that are destroyed in adults by apoptosis are ________ ? 

a. 20 to 35 billion cells  

b. 50 to 70 billion cells  

c. 10 to 20 billion cells  

d. 15 to 25 billion cells 

Answer- 50 to 70 billion cells

Que- Biebs that are broke off from cell are called __________? 

a. Apoptotic bodies  

b. Necrosis bodies  

c. Tuberculosis bodies  

d. Cytokinetic bodies 

Answer- Apoptotic bodies

Que- Crysanthemum is propagated by___________? 

a. Suckers  

b. corms  

c. corals  

d. None 

Answer- Suckers

Que- Outer surface of bones is covered by a dense layer of connective tissue, called as ___________ ? 

a. Periosteum  

b. Woven bone  

c. Epithelium lining  

d. Connective lining 

Answer- Periosteum

Que- Another name for liver is called ___________ ? 

a. Hepar  

b. Hepta  

c. Heptum  

d. Hilum 

Answer- Hepar

Que- Joints between flat bones of skull are termed as ____________ ? 

a. Suture  

b. Sutural joints  

c. Syndesmosis  

d. Both A and B 

Answer- Both A and B

Que- Length of membranous urethra is about ___________ ? 

a. 1 cm  

b. 2 cm  

c. 5 cm  

d. 9 cm 

Answer- 1 cm

Que- Division of nucleus is termed as___________ ? 

a. Karyokinesis  

b. Cytokinesis  

c. Anaphase  

d. Meiosis 

Answer- Karyokinesis

Que- Membrane that separates 'cytoplasm' and 'nucleus' is called ___________ ? 

a. Cell wall  

b. Cell membrane  

c. Boundary  

d. Nuclear envelop 

Answer- Nuclear envelop

Que- All chromosomes other than 'sex' chromosome are called __________ ? 

a. Autosomes  

b. Acentric chromosomes  

c. Metacentric Chromosomes  

d. Telocentric chromosomes 

Answer- Autosomes

Que- Which one of the following is referred as the species occupation? 

a. Autecology  

b. Niche  

c. Ecosystem  

d. Biome 

Answer- Niche

Que- The first ever vascular plants are_________? 

a. Cooksonia   

b. Selaginella  

c. Adiantum  

d. Dryopteris 

Answer- Cooksonia 

Que- Circular disc shaped structure with a round hole is ___________ ? 

a. Iris  

b. Pupil  

c. Horoid coat  

d. Ciliary body 

Answer- Iris

Que- The higher animals have special organs for exchange of gases as their skin is ___________ ? 

a. Thin  

b. Thick  

c. Soft  

d. Hard 

Answer- Thick

Que- Dorsal root of spinal nerves contain only __________ ? 

a.  Effectors neurons  

b. Receptor neurons  

c. Stimulators  

d. Detector neurons 

Answer- Receptor neurons

Que- Study of interaction of living organisms with other organisms and their environment relates with ___________ ? 

a.  Botany  

b. Ecology  

c. Social biology  

d. Pharmacology 

Answer- Ecology

Que- __________is a condition in which there is an absence of oxygen supply to an organ's tissues? 

a. Anoxia  

b. Anorexia  

c. Hypoxia  

d. Enuresis 

Answer- Anoxia

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