Biology Objective Group 2 Inter Part 1 Past Paper 2014 Lahore Board

Biology Objective Group 2 Inter Part 1 Past Paper 2014 Lahore Board

Inter Part 1 Lahore Board 2014

Biology      Paper I Objective Type

Time: 20 Minutes       Marks: 17

Group II

Note: Four possible, answers A, B, C and D to each question are given. The choice which you think is correct, fill that circle in front of that question with Marker or Pen ink. Cutting or filling two or more circles will result in zero mark in that question.

  • The study of tissues is called

(A) Anatomy

(B) Histology

(C) Palaeontology

(D) Physiology

  • Starches with iodine give color

(A) Blue

(B) Red

(C) Green

(D) Yellow

  • The optimum pH for enzyme arginase is

(A) 2.00

(B) 9.50

(C) 7.60

(D) 9.70

  • Duve discovered the cell organelle

(A) Mitochondria

(B) Lysosomes

(C) Ribosomes

(D) Chloroplast

  • 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

  • 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

  • Which of the following structures are associated with asexual reproduction in fungi

(A) Ascospores

(B) Conidia

(C) Zygospores

(D) Basidiospores

  • The double fertilization is the characteristic feature of

(A) Gymnosperms

(B) Angiosperms

(C) Bryophytes

(D) Pteridophytes

  • The asexual reproduction in sponges is

(A) Fragmentation

(B) Multiple fission

(C) Binary fission

(D) Budding

  • The cartilaginous fishes contain scales

(A) Placoid

(B) Cycloid

(C) Ganoid

(D) Ctenoid

  • Synthesis of ATP in the presence of oxygen

(A) Oxidative phosphorylation

(B) Photophosphorylation

(C) Chemiosmosis

(D) Fermentation

  • The first action spectrum was obtained by German Biologist T.W. Engelmann in

(A) 1883

(B) 1938

(C) 1898

(D) 1876

  • An organism that lives upon or within another organism is called

(A) Predator

(B) Pest

(C) Parasite

(D) Host

  • 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

  • Hydathodes are associated with

(A) Transpiration

(B) Conduction

(C) Translocation

(D) Guttation

  • Attraction between water-water molecules in xylem tissues is called

(A) Tension

(B) Adhesion

(C) Cohesion

(D) Imbibition

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