Biology MCQs Guess Paper 11th Class 2016

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Biology MCQs Guess Paper 11th Class 2016

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The ecologically very important bio-indicator of air pollution are
(A) Lichen
(B) Mycorrhiyzae
(C) Yeast
(D) viruses

Which of the following artery supplies blood to heart muscles
(A) Pulmonary
(B) Coronary
(C) Systemic
(D) None

Lovastatin is used for lowering blood
(A) Pressure
(B) Glucose
(C) Cholesterol
(D) Uric acid

The renal vein brings the impure blood from
(A) Brain
(B) Kidney
(C) Lungs
(D) Liver

Blood of arthropods is
(A) Green colour
(B) Red colour
(C) Brown colour
(D) Colourless

Haemoglobin in man increases the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood to about
(A) 75 times
(B) 50 times
(C) 60 times
(D) 100 times

Open blood circulatory system is not found in:
(A) Tun icates
(B) Mollusca
(C) Arthopods
(D) Annelids

The Uncontrolled production of white blood cells result in
(A) Leucaemia
(B) Thalassaemia
(C) Oedema

A substance produce by basophils that inhibits blood clotting is
(A) Fibrinogen
(B) Hepitrin
(C) Histamine
(D) Globulin

The factory of ribosome is the nucleolus, while that of protein synthesis is the
(A) Peroxisomes
(B) Glyoxisomes
(C) Ribosomes
(D) Lysosomes

If non-protein part is loosely attached to the protein part, it is known as
(A) Co-factor
(B) Co-enzyme
(C) Holoenzyme
(D) Prosthetic group

The non-protein part of enzyme is known as
(A) Activator
(B) Co-enzyme
(C) Co-factor
(D) Polypeptides

If non-protein part is covalently bonded to the enzyme, it is called
(A) Coenzyme
(B) Apoenzyme
(C) Activator
(D) Prosthetic group

Plastocyanin protein contains:
(A) Iron
(B) Copper
(C) Magnesium
(D) Potassium

The plasma proteins constitute percent by weight of plasma
(A) 7-9%
(B) 9-11%
(C) 11-13%
(D) 13-15%

The cells which supply ATP and proteins to sieve tubes are
(A) Companion
(B) Epidermal
(C) Tracheids
(D) Vessels

Pili are made of special protein called
(A) Piklin
(B) Flagellin
(C) Tubuljn
(D) Myosin

The plasma proteins constitute percent by weight of plasma
(A) 7-9
(B) 9-11
(C) 11-13
(D) 13-15

Plastocyanin protein contains
(A) Iron
(B) Copper
(C) Magnesium
(D) Potassium

Keratin is an example of fibrous proteins present in
(A) Blood
(B) Muscle
(C) Bones
(D) Nail and hair

Mosquitoes infect plasmodium to human in the form of
(A) Cysts
(B) Sporozoites
(C) Merozoites
(D) Gametocytes

Human tissues have 85% water in cells of
(A) Brain
(B) Bone
(C) Bloo
(D) Liver

Percentage of hydrogen in human body is
(A) 5%
(B) 10%
(C) 15%
(D) 20%

The percentage of phosphorus in the human body is
(A) 1%
(B) 2%
(C) 3%
(D) 4%

The human stomach is situated below the
(A) Diaphragm
(B) Liver
(C) Kidneys
(D) Spleen

Algae in which body is differentiated into blades, stripes and bold fast belong to
(A) Golden algae
(B) Diatoms
(C) Brown algae
(D) Green algae

The body cavity of arthropods is called
(A) Blastocoels
(B) Haemocoell
(C) Neurocoel
(D) Spongocoel

The body cavity of Nematoda is
(A) Blastocoel
(B) Pseudocoelom
(C) Haemocoelom
(D) Coelorn

For digestion of cellulose, the micro-organism present in herbivores secrete an enzyme called
(A) Cellulosel
(B) Hydrogenase
(C) Dehydrogenase
(D) Herbivorase

Every enzyme function most effectively over a narrow range of pH known-as the
(A) Best pH
(B) Minimum pH
(C) Maximum pH
(D) Optimum pH

A lock and key model to visualize substrate and enzyme interaction was proposed by
(A) Koshlapd
(B) Email filcher
(C) Lorenzoken
(D) Rudolph Virchow

Optimum pH for enterokinase enzyme is
(A) 2.00
(B) 4.50
(C) 5.50
(D) 6.80

The detachable cofactor of an enzyme is known as
(A) Activator
(B) Prosthetic group
(C) Coenzyme
(D) Apoenzyme

The optimum pH for enzyme arginase is
(A) 2.00
(B) 9.50
(C) 7.60
(D) 9.70

Enzyme which converts single stranded RNA genome into double stranded viral DNA is called
(A) Reverse transcriptase
(B) Lysozyme
(C) Lipase
(D) Amylase

An activated enzyme consisting of polypeptide chain and co-factor is called
(A) Apoenzyme
(B) Activator
(C) Holoenzyrne
(D) Inhibitor

In earthworm exchange of gases mainly occurs through
(A) Gills
(B) Lungs
(C) Skin
(D) Ostia

Tay-Sach’s disease result due to accumulation of
(A) Lipids
(B) Proteins
(C) Glucose

Which of the following -diseases is not caused by virus
(A) Cholera
(B) Hepatitis
(C) Influenza
(D) Polio

Mad cow disease is caused by
(A) Virus
(B) Bacteria
(C) Prions
(D) Fungus

Foot and mouth disease is caused by:
(A) Algae
(B) Bacteria
(C) Fungi
(D) Virus

The nuclear material or DNA in bacterial cells is a single, circular and
(A) Single stranded
(B) Double stranded
(C) Tertiary
(D) Quaternary

The condition in which Bacteria are without any flagella is called
(A) Monotrichous
(B) Atrichous
(C) Lophotrichous
(D) Amphtrichous

A bacteria with single polar flagellum is
(A) Atrichous
(B) Lophotrichous
(C) Amphitrichous
(D) Monotrichous

Rapid phase of growth of bacteria is
(A) Lag phase
(B) Logphasel
(C) Stationary phase
(D) Decline phase

In root modules, bacteria convert nitrogen into
(A) Amnionia
(B) Nitrate
(C) Urea
(D) Nitrite

A When tuft of flagella is present at each pole of two in bacteria is known as
(A) Atrichous
(B) Lophotrichous
(C) Peritrichous
(D) Amphitrichous

To accommodate euglena like organisms and bacteria, kingdom protista was proposed by
(A) Ernst Hackel
(B) Linnaeus
(C) Robert Whittaker
(D) E-Chatton

Bacteria increase in number by asexual mean of reproduction
(A) Binary fission
(B) Budding
(C) Regeneration
(D) Muttiple fission

The phase of rapid growth in bacteria is called
(A) Lag
(B) Log
(C) Stationary
(D) Death

Example of placental mammal is
(A) Dolphin
(B) Kangaroo
(C) Echidna
(D) Opossum

The produce mammals are
(A) Prototheria
(B) Metatherrial
(C) Eutheria
(D) None

It is universally accepted by biologists that mammals have evolved from reptilian ancestors called
(A) Dinosaurs
(B) Cotylosaurs
(C) Urochordata
(D) Hemichordate

Mammals have evolved from reptilian ancestor
(A) Archaeoptery
(B) Cotylosaurs
(C) Crocodile
(D) Tuatra

The first complete seed plant appeared in the period
(A) Late Devonian
(B) Cambrian
(C) Permian
(D) Jurassic

In spermatophytes seed is formcd from
(A) Ovary
(B) Ovule
(C) Anther
(D) Embryo sac

Microspore of seed plants that contain micro gametophyte included gametes is called
(A) Seed
(B) Ovule
(C) Pollen grain
(D) Flower

The volume of dry seed may increase up to 200 times by
(A) Diffusion
(B) Osmosis
(C) Imbibition
(D) Active transport

The breaking of the terminal phosphate of ATP release energy
(A) 7.3 Cal
(B) 7.3 J
(C) 7.3 K.Cal
(D) 7.3 K Vatt

The main energy reserves of green algae are stored as
(A) Cellulose
(B) Glycogen
(C) Starch
(D) Murein

Quantitative study of energy relationship in biological system is called
(A) Bioenergetics
(B) Biosynthesis
(c) Biodegradation
(D) Biotechnology

Which is not related to other
(A) Kiwi
(B) Eagle
(C) Crow
(D) Pigeon

Amount of solar energy required to synthesize 10 grams of glucose is
(A) 617.6 Kcal
(B) 717.6 Kcal
(C) 817.6 Kcal
(D) 917.6 Kcal

The cells which secrete their harmones are
(A) Blood cells
(B) Nerve cells
(C) Gland cells
(D) Bone cells

The cell which contract and relax are
(A) Mascle cells
(B) Organs
(C) Brain cells
(D) Bone cell

Generally the cells with than to muici are called
(A) Binary fission
(B) Anucleate
(C) Mulinucleatel
(D) Binuclate

Parotid glands are situated in the front of the
(A) Jawsl
(B) Ears
(C) Tongue
(D) Eyes

HCl is secreted by gastric gland’s cell of stomach
(A) Mucous cells
(B) Chief cells
(C) Partial cells
(D) Zymogen cells

Which of the following is a major structural componenet of fungus cell wall
(A) Cellulose
(B) Peptydoglycan
(C) Chitinl
(D) Lignin

Major cells infected by HIV are
(A) Leukocytes
(B) Lymphocytes
(C) Helper T-Lymphocyes
(D) PBCs

Example of soil dwelling carnivorous fungus is
(A) Arthrobotrys
(B) Armillaria
(C) Pleurotus
(D) Penicillium

Cell wall is secreted by
(A) Protoplasm
(B) Nucleoplasm
(C) Golgicomplex
(D) Ribosome

Bacterophage replicates only yincell.
(A) Animal
(B) Plant
(C) Bacterial
(D) Fungal

Casparian strips are present in cells of root
(A) Cortex
(B) Epidermis
(C) Endodermis
(D) Phloem
The number of chloroplast in each mesophyll cell is about
(A) 10-100
(B) 19-200
(C) 20-100
(D) 20-200

Each mesophyll cell of leaf has chloroplasts about
(A) 10-20
(B) 20-80
(C) 20-100
(D) 100-200

The presence of nucleus in the, cell was reported by
(A) Lorenz Oken
(B) Theodor Schwann
(C) Schleiden
(D) Robert Brown

Duve discovered the cell organelle
(A) Mitochondria
(B) Lysosomes
(C) Ribosomes
(D) Chloroplast

Cell theory was finally formulated by
(A) Watson and Crick
(B) Schleiden and Schwann
(C) Lorenz Oken
(D) Louis Pasteur

Bacteriophage replicates only in cell
(A) Animal
(B) Plant
(C) Bacterial
(D) Fungal

Chitin is foUnd in the cell wall of
(A) Algae
(B) Bacteria
(C) Fungi
(D) Plants

In most birds the number of air sacs is
(A) 7
(B) 8
(C) 9
(D) 10

The respiratory organs in fish are
(A) Lungs
(B) Air sacs
(C) Gills
(D) Tracheae

The number of air sacs in birds are
(A) 6
(B) 7
(C) 8
(D) 9

The most common rust fungi are
(A) Ustilago
(B) Puccinia
(C) Pefticillium
(D) Yeast

The most common rust fungi are
(A) Ustilago
(B) Puccinia
(C) Penicillium
(D) Yeast

Which is absent in fungi
(A) Chlorophyll
(B) Hypae
(C) Glycogen
(D) Chitin

The imperfect fungi is also called
(A) Basidiornycetes
(B) Ascomycetes
(C) Deutermycetes
(D) Basidiospores

Which of the following structures are associated with asexual reproduction in fungi
(A) Ascospores
(B) Conidia
(C) Zygospores
(D) Basidiospores

Parasitic fungi directly absorb the nutrient from the living host cytoplasm by
(A) Hatistona
(B) Roots
(C) Rhizoids
(D) Gametangia

Guttation occurs in plants through
(A) Cuticle
(B) Hydathodes
(C) Lenticels
(D) Stomata

The plant vacuole is the major contributor to the
(A) Diffusion
(B) Osmosis
(C) Tugorl
(D) Irnbibitions

The animals which feed on plants are
(A) Detritivores
(B) Herbivores
(C) Carnivores
(D) Omnivores

Magnesium is an important nutrient ion in plant essential component of
(A) Cell sap
(B) Protein
(C) Chlorophy
(D) Glucose

Pulse producing plants are belorigingto the family
(A) Rosaceae
(B) Solanaceae
(C) Fabaceae
(D) Poaceae

Deficiency of phosphorus in plants causes
(A) chlorosis
(B) stunted growth of roots.
(C) premature death of plants
(D) yellowing of leaf margins

Root that arise from the lower side of the rhizome are called
(A) Fibrous roots
(B) Taproots
(C) Adventitious roots
(D) Fibrous adventitious roots

In plants stunted growth of roots is due to the deficiency of
(A) Potassium
(B) Phosphorus
(C) Magnesium
(D) Nitrogen

The vascular plant are
(A) Bryophytes
(B) Embryophytes
(C) Tracheophytes
(D) None

Pulses producing plants belong to the family
(A) Rosaceae
(B) Solanaceae
(C) Fabaceae
(D) Poaceae

Important source of atmospheric oxygen released during photosynthesis is
(A) Glucose
(B) Nitrates
(C) Water
(D) Carbon dioxide

Synthesis of ATP in the presence of oxygen is called
(A) Oxidative phosphorylation
(B) Photophosphorylation
(C) Chemiosmosis
(D) Fermentation

The process by which pH gradient across membrane drives the formation of ATP is called
(A) Photosynthesis
(B) Chemiosmosis
(C) Photorespiration
(D) Calvin cycle

When oxygen tension is 115 mm of mercury then haemoglobin saturation is
(A) 100%
(B) 98%
(C) 78%
(D) 68%

Which one of the following require low concentration of oxygen
(A) E.Coli
(B) Spirochete
(C) Pseudomonas
(D) Campylobacter

Animals obtain carbohydrateS mail from
(A) Glycogenl
(B) Glucose
(C) Starch
(D) Sucrose

Which of the following atoms do not occur, in carbohydrates
(A) Carbon
(B) Hydrogen
(C) Oxygen
(D) Nitrogen

The dark reaction occurs in
(A) Cytoplasm
(B) Chloroplast
(C) Stroma
(D) Grana

Metamerically segmented animals belong to
(A) Annelida
(B) Cridaria
(C) Mollusca
(D) Echinodermata

The study of distribution of animals in nature is called
(A) Zoogeography
(B) Bialiversity
(C) Geography
(D) Wild life

The optimum pH of pancreatic lipase is
(A) 6.0
(B) 7.0
(C) 8.0
(D) 9.0

The optimum pH of pepsin is
(A) 2.00
(B) 4.00
(C) 6.00
(D) 8.00

Sleeping sickness is spread by
(A) Tsetse fly
(B) Trypanosoma
(C) Mosquito
(D) Plasmodium

African sleeping sickness is caused by
(A) Antamoeba
(B) Trypanosome
(C) Vorticella
(D) Pelomyxa

The causative agent of African sleeping sickness is
(A) Tsetse fly
(B) Mosquito
(C) Trypanosoma
(D) Trichonympha

Which is an aerobic bacterium?
(A) Ecoli
(B) Spirochete
(C) Campylobacter
(D) Pseudomonas

Which is a microaerophilic bacterium?
(A) Pseudomonas
(B) Spirochete
(C) Catnpylobacter
(D) E.Coli

Which wavelength of light is least absorbed chlorophylls?
(A) Yellow
(B) Violet
(C) Blue
(D) Orange

Which is not included in agranulocytes?
(A) Basophils
(B) Eosinophils
(C) Lymphocytes
(D) Neutrophils

Which is used to inhibit fungal growth?
(A) Lovastatin
(B) Cyclasporin
(C) Griseofulvin
(D) Ergotin

Which is not found in secondary wall?
(A) Lignin
(B) Cutin
(C) Pectin
(D) silica

Tiny thin walled ducts called parabronchi are present in the lungs of
(A) Mammals
(B) Amphibians
(C) Birds
(D) Reptiles

How much air lungs can hold when they are fully inflated
(A) 5 litres
(B) 4 litres
(C) 4.5 litres
(D) 3.5 litres

Organ of voice in birds is called
(A) Vocal Cord
(B) Larynx
(C) Syrinx
(D) Lipids

Lungs of birds have thin walled ducts called
(A) Alveoli
(B) Trachea
(C) Bronchi
(D) Farabronchi

Break down of alveoli of lungs is called
(A) Asthma
(B) Emphysema
(C) Tuberculosis
(D) Lungs cancer

Which one is not the layer of wall of heart?
(A) Pericardium
(B) Epicardium
(C) Myocardium
(D) Endocardium

Which is not included in chlorophyta?
(A) Chlorella
(B) Pinnularia
(C) Spirogyra
(D) Acetabularia

All of the following contain cartilage except
(A) Larynx
(B) Trachea
(C) Bronchioles
(D) Bronchi

The first step in Krebs Cycle is the union of acetyl CoA with oxaloacetate to form
(A) Isocitrate
(B) A-ketoglutarate
(C) Citrate
(D) Malate

First step in Krebs cycle is the union of acetyl CoA with oxaloacetate to form
(A) Succinate
(B) Malate
(C) Pyruvate
(D) Citrate

Common name for enterobius vermicularii is
(A) Hookworm
(B) Earthworm
(C) Pinworm
(D) Tapeworm

Enterobius Vermicularis is commonly called
(A) Shipworms
(B) Hookworms
(C) Bookworms
(D) Pinworms

Living genus, of psilopsida is
(A) Cooksonia
(B) Psilophyton
(C) Homeophyton
(D) Psilotum

Use of living organisms. system or processes in manufacturing and service industries is studied by branch called
(A) Social biology
(B) Human biology
(C) Biotechnology
(D) Marine biology

The covalent bond between two monosaccharide is called
(A) Glycosidic bond
(B) Peptide bond
(C) Ester bond
(D) Hydrogen bond

A neurotic disorder in slightly older girl is
(A) Anorexia nervosa
(B) Bulimia nervosa
(C) Dyspepsia
(D) Obesity

Orders include related
(A) Families
(B) Genera
(C) Species
(D) Classes

In molluscs a blue coloured respiratory pigment is
(A) Haemoglobin
(B) Haemoerthyrin
(C) Haemocyanin
(D) Prothrombin

Which of the following is not an accessory pigment
(A) Chlorophyll-a
(B) Chlorophyll-b
(C) Xanthophyll
(D) Caroteniod

Blue colour respiratory pigment called liaemocynain is present in
(A) Arthropoda
(B) Mollusca
(C) Annelids
(D) Enchinodermata

Entamoeba histolytica caused amoebic
(A) Cholera
(B) Fever
(C) Dysentery
(D) Migrine

If absorption of water and salt does not, take place due to infection cause a condition called
(A) Cholera
(B) Constipation
(C) Dyspepsia
(D) Diarrhoea

People with chronic hepatitis infection are at the risk of damage of
(A) Kidney
(B) Intestine
(C) Stomach
(D) Livery

The total transpiration takes place through cuticle is
(A) 5-7%
(B) 1-7%
(C) 5-8%
(D) 2-5%
The condition cause narrowing and hardening of arteries is called
(A) Atherosclerosis
(B) Necrosis
(C) Sclerosis
(D) Apoptosis

Attraction between water-water molecules in xylem tissues is called
(A) Tension
(B) Adhesion
(C) Cohesion
(D) Imbibition

The study of tissues is called
(A) Anatomy
(B) Histology
(C) Palaeontology
(D) Physiology

Starches with iodine give colour
(A) Blue
(B) Red
(C) Green
(D) Yellow

Temperate phage may exist as
(A) Prophage
(B) Capsid
(C) Virioid
(D) Retrovirus

Mesosomes are internal extensions of the
(A) Cell wall
(B) Cell membrane
(C) Chromatin body
(D) Capsule

Mesosomes are internal extensions of the
Cell wall
Cell membrane
Chromation body

The double fertilization is the characteristic feature of
(A) Gymnosperms
(B) Angiosperms
(C) Bryophytes
(D) Pteridopbytes

Double fertilization is a characteristic of
(A) Bryophytes
(B) Gymnosperms
(C) Mosses
(D) Angiosperms

The asexual reproduction in sponges is
(A) Fragmentation
(B) Multiple fission
(C) Binary fission
(D) Budding

The cartilaginous fishes contain scafes
(A) Placoid
(B) Cycloid
(C) Ganoid
(D) Ctenoid

The first action spectrum was obtained by German Biologist T.W. Engelmann in
(A) 1883
(B) 1938
(C) )898
(D) 1876

An organism that lives upon or within another organism is called
(A) Predator
(B) Pest
(C) Parasite
(D) Host

Hydathodes are associated with
(A) Transpiration
(B) Conduction
(C) Translocat ion
(D) Guttation

Glycolysis is the breakdown of glucose upto the formation of
(A) Pyruvic acid
(B) Sulphuric acid

Hydathodes are associated with
(A) Transpiration
(B) Guttationl
(C) Conduction
(D) None

The specific heat of vaporization of water is
(A) 457 K cal/kg
(B) 574 K cal/kg
(C) 547 K cal/kg
(D) 475 K cal/kg

Trypanosoma is an example of
(A) Actinopods
(B) Zooflagellates
(C) Apicomplexans
(D) Ciliates

Lycopsida are commonly called
(A) Whisk fern
(B) Horse tails
(C) Club rnbsses
(D) Homworts

An example of beautiful and delicate sponge called veni flower basket is
(A) Sycon
(B) Leucoselenia
(C) Euplectel la
(D) Spongilla

Prototheria are commonly called
(A) Egg laying mammals
(B) Pouched mammals
(C) Placental mammals
(D) None of these

Which one is not the phase of Calvin cycle?
(A) Carbon fixation
(B) Reduction
(C) Regeneration of CO2 acceptor
(D) Phosphorylation

In cockroach the heart is
(A) Four chambered
(B) Three chambered
(C) Five chambered
(D) Thirteen chambered

A large regional community primarily determined by
(A) Biomass
(B) Biosphere
(C) Biome
(D) Population

Most of cellular secretions are in nature
(A) Proteins
(B) Lipids
(C) Carbohydrates
(D) Glycoproteins

induce fit model was proposed by
(A) Emil Fischer
(B) Koshland
(C) Jenner
(D) Pasteur

According to Lock and Key Model, the active site is
(A) Soft structure
(B) Flexible structure
(C) Attractive structure
(D) Rigid structure

The resolution of typical compound microscope is
(A) 1.0 pm
(B) 2.0 pm
(C) 3.0 pm
(D) 4.0 pm

Fats, oils, waxes, cholesterol and related compound are
(A) Proteins
(B) Carbohydratesi
(C) Lipids
(D) Nucleic acids

A Organelle of symbiotic origin is
(A) Cell wall
(B) Cell membrane
(C) Mitochondria
(D) Vacuole

Taking in of complex food is called
(A) Digestion
(B) Absorption
(C) Assimilation
(D) Ingestion

Ancylostoma duodenale is biological name of
(A) Flatworm
(B) Tapeworm
(C) Roundworm
(D) Fluke

The biological name of Amaltas is
(A) Cassia seena
(B) Bauhinia Variegata
(C) Cassia fistula
(D) None

In respiratory chain NADH is oxidized by
(A) Co-factor
(B) Co-enzyme
(C) Cytochrome “b”
(D) Cytochrome “c”

Certain types of whales are also
(A) Detritivores
(B) Fluid feeders
(C) Omnivores
(D) Filter feeders

In 1997, scientists in Scotland succeeded in cloning a
(A) Sheep
(B) Horse
(C) Goat
(D) Cow

The ions involved in the opening and closing of stomata are
(A) Sodium
(B) calcium
(c) Potasssium
(D) Magnesium

Phosphatidyl choline is one of the common
(A) Phospholipid
(B) Sphingolipid
(C) Glycolipid
(D) Terpenoid

A group of ribosomes attached to mRNA are known as
(A) Lysosomes
(B) Polysomes
(C) glyoxisomes
(D) Peroxisornes

An outer flexible covering of ciliates is
(A) Sheath
(B) Cuticle
(C) Cell wall
(D) Pellicle

An outer-flexible covering of ciliates is
(A) Cell wall
(B) Pellicle
(C) Sheath
(D) Cuticle

Poisonous mushrooms are called
(A) Truffles
(B) Morels
(C) Toad stools
(D) Agaricus

Marsupium is the characteristic feature of
(A) Opossum
(B) Echnida
(C) Dolphin
(D) Duck bill platypus

Polymorphism is the characteristic of members of phylum
(A) Porifera
(B) Cnidaria
(C) Annelida
(D) Arthropoda

The basic unit of classification is
(A) Genus
(B) Phylum
(C) Class
(D) Species

Oomycotes are close relatives of the
(A) Algae
(B) Fungi
(C) Protozoa
(D) Bacteria

Algae which have shells composed of twoo halves that fit together like petridish belong to
(A) Brown algae
(B) Diatoms
(C) Green algae
(D) Red algae

Tracheophytis is further sub-divided into
(A) 2 sub-divisions
(B) 3 sub-divisions
(C) 4 sub-divisions
(D) 7 sub-divisions

Histoplasmosis is a
(A) Heart disease
(B) Kidney disease
(C) Lung disease
(D) None

The larva found in echinoderms is
(A) Trochoplore
(B) Veliger
(C) Bipinnaria
(D) Planaria

The branch which deals with the study of virus is called
(A) Biology
(B) Cytology
(C) Virologyl
(D) Taxonomy

Small pox is caused by
(A) Bacteria
(B) Fungi
(C) Viruses
(D) Protozoans

AIOS is caused by
(A) Fungi
(B) Bacteria
(C) Virus
(D) Lichen

Non enveloped viruses are known as
(A) Bare visions
(B) Naked vision
(C) Nude visions
(D) Stripped visions

Viruses range in size from 250 hanometer (nm) pox viruses to the zonm of
(A) Parvo
(B) Viruses
(C) Provirus
(D) Protovirus

Aquatic arthropods respire through
(A) Lungs
(B) Skin
(C) Gills
(D) Spiracles

The number of the species of insects are
(B) 17.6%
(C) 19.9%
(D) 9.4%

rRNA is synthesized and stored in
(B) Nucleolusl
(C) Endoplasrnic reticulum
(D) Lysosme

Condition which leads to heart attack
(B) Atherosclerosisl
(C) Hypertension
(D) Obesity

The common name of Album-cepa is
(B) Bathu
(C) Amaltas
(D) Chana

The excretory system of arthropods is composed of
(A)Malapighain tubles
(B) Flame cells
(C) Nephridia
(D) Nephron

The male gametopyte of angiosperm is
(B) Microspore
(C) Germinated
(D) Pollen grain

Cotton is the pure form of
(B) Glycogen
(C) Wax
(D) Aminoacid

Overtopping and planation was followed by a process known as
(B) Webbing
(C) Spreading
(D) Fusion and webbing

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  1. please give me 1st year biology mcqs answers

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