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Biology Quiz Questions:
Q1. The study of the physical form and external structure of plants is known as:
Q2. The study of Cells is also known as :
Q3. Study of fungus is known as:
Q4. Which of the following are also known as Suicidal bag of cells?
Q5. In eukaryotic cells synthesis of RNA takes place in the:
Q6. In which part of the cell are proteins made?
b. Golgi apparatus
Q7. Which of the following organisms does not fit into the Cell Theory?
Q8. Name the scientist who proposed the cell theory:
a. Schleiden and Schwann
d. Whittaker and Stanley
Q9. …………………. is the cell organelle, in which the biochemical processes of respiration and energy production occur.
Q10. The cells of which tissue are specialised to store fats?
Q11. ……………… are the most abundant of all the cells in blood:
Q12. Which of the following are longest cells of human body?
a. Pancreatic cells
b. Epethelial cells
c. Nerve cells
d. Epidermal cells
Q13. Magnesium is a constituent metal of:
a. Chlorophyll molecule
Q14. The yellow colour of mangoes is due to the presence of:
Q15.Which of the following is not present in a matured stomata?
c. Cell wall
Q16. Plant cell wall is made up of:
Q17. Which of the following is the first stage of mitosis?
Q18. A multicellular organisms grows by:
a. Cell addition
b. Cell explosion
c. Cell Implosion
d. Cell division
Q19. What is the name of a group of similar cells performing a specific function?
c. Organ system
d. Cellular organization
Q20. The xylem in plants are responsible for:
a. Transport of water
b. Transport of food
c. Transport of amino acids
d. Transport of oxygen
Q21. The first formed primary xylem elements are called:
c. Xylem fibers
d. Xylem Parenchyma
Q22. Plant tissue are how many types ?
Answer: a (Dermal, Vascular and Ground tissue)
Q23. Which chromosome is responsible for manliness in man?
Q24. In roots, the protoxylem lies towards periphery and metaxylem lies towards the centre.Such arrangement of primary xylem is called:
a. Xylem fibres
b. Xylem Parenchyma
Q25. How many chromosomes does human cell contain?
Q26. What is the unit of heredity?
Q27. Which of the following determines whether a group of organisms that is form the same genus and species arise from a common source or from different source?
c. Phage typing
d. DNA hybridization
Q28. Which of the following constitute to form a gene?
Q29. Mendel is known as:
a. Father of Physiology
b. Father of Geology
c. Father of Genetics
d. Father of Biology
Q30. What is the transplantation of graft between genetically identical individuals?
Q31. Studyof classification of organisms is known as:
Q32. Human Beings belong to which category of the ecosystem?
Q33. Biological names are generally derived from which language?
Q34. Who proposed five kingdom classification?
a. Ernst Mayr
b. R.H Whittaker
c. M.W. Beijerinck
d. D.I Ivanovsky
Q35. Which is the largest phylum of Animalia which includes insects?
Q36. Classes comprising animals like fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds along with mammals constitute the category called?
Q37. Which is the second largest animal phylum?
Q38. Locust, Butterfly, Scorpian and Prawn are all examples of which phylum?
Q39. How many chambers does a cow’s stomach have:
Q40. What is the name of the voice box of birds?
Q41. Which is the only bird that can fly backward?
d. Humming bird
Q42. Which of the following is not unicellular?
Q43. In which of the following reptiles in the heart has a four chambered structure?
Q44. Equus Caballus is the scientific name of :
Q45. Which of the following organisms are considered to be both living and non-living?
Q46. The scientific name of human being is?
a. Homo Nigrum
b. Melongena Sapiens
c. Homo Sapiens
d. Tigris Solanum
Q47. Which of the following is secreted by the liver?
Q48. The human faeces is yellow in colour due to the presence of a pigment called:
Q49. Which enzyme digests proteins in the stomach?
c. Salivary amylase
d. Pancreatic canal
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Q50. In which from is glucose stored in our body?
Biology Quiz Questions:
Q51. Which of the following is also known as the Biochemical laboratory of the Human body?
a. Small Intestine
Q52. Hydrochloric acid in the stomach provides the acidic pH of …………….. which is optimal for pesins.
Q53. Why is carbon monoxide a pollutant?
a. Reacts with haemoglobin
b. Makes nervous system inactive
c. It reacts with oxygen
d. It inhibits glycolysis
Q54. Which of the following element is found in haemoglobin?
Q55. What is the main purpose of white blood corpuscles?
a. To carry nutrients
b. To combat infection
c. To carry oxygen
d. To give strength
Q56. The largest artery in human body is:
c. Vena cava
d. Pulmonary vein
Q57. Blood group was discovered by:
a. Alexander Fleming
b. William Harvey
Q58. In which condition there is a deficiency of red cells or haemoglobin in the blood?
d. Keloid disorder
Q59. Which blood group is universal donor?
Q60. Which blood group is universal acceptor?
Q61. The organism which respires through gills, lings and skin is:
Q62. Air enters the body of cockroaches through:
Q63. Normal range of breathing rate per minute in an average adult person at rest is:
a. 9 – 12
b. 12 -18
c. 21 – 24
d. 25 – 30
Q64. Helium is added to the oxygen supply of deep sea divers because it is:
a. less poisonous than nitrogen
b. Lighter than nitrogen
c. Readily miscible with oxygen
d. Less soluble in blood than nitrogen at high pressure
Q65. The yellow colour of human urine is due to:
a. Bile salts
Q66. Which of the following controls the amount of light entering the eye?
c. Aqueous humour
d. Crystalline lens
Q67. The outer white part of the eye that protects the inner structures is:
Q68. Lacrymal glands are situated in the :
b. Buccal cavity
c. Eye orbit
Q69. Which of the following is the largest part of the human brain?
Q70. Which part of the brain plays an important role in motor control?
Q71. The connective tissue that connects a muscle to a bone is:
d. Interstitial fluid
Q72. Which is the longest bone in human body?
Q73. Which of the following is responsible for giving colour to human skin?
Q74. Which organ of human body secretes Insulin?
c. Gall bladder
Q75. The largest gland of the human body is:
c. Large Intestine
Q76. Pituitary gland is located at the base of the:
Q77. Which is the emergency hormone in human body?
d. Adreno cortico trophic
Q78. Which drug is used as a Thyroid Hormone?
Q79. In a male reproductive system, the testes are situated outside the abdominal cavity within a pouch is called:
c. Testicular Lobules
d. Seminiferous Tubules
Q80. Pulses are a rich source of which of the following:
d. Vitamin A
Q81. Which disease is caused by deficiency of Vitamin-D?
Q82. Scurvy is caused by the deficiency of which vitamin?
a. Vitamin K
b. Vitamin B2
c. Vitamin C
d. Vitamin A
Q83. Which is water soluble Vitamin?
a. Vitamin A
b. Vitamin C
c. Vitamin D
d. Vitamin K
Q84. Cod liver oil from fish is rich in which vitamin?
a. Vitamin A
b. Vitamin D
c. Vitamin C
d. Vitamin B
Q85. What type of lens is used to correct vision of person suffering from Myopia?
a. Convex lens
b. Concave lens
c. Crossed lens
d. Cylindrical lens
Q86. The virus of AIDS affects the growth of:
b. RBCs in blood
c. T cells in blood
d. Grey cells in brain
Q87. Which cell disorder in our body is responsible for colour blindness?
b. Cone cell
c. Red cell
Q88. Pneumonia is a bacterial disease caused by the type of bacteria called:
Q89. Which virus causes Chicken pox?
a. Rubella Virus
b. Herpes Zoster Virus
d. Variola Virus
Q90. The nuclear membrane is absent in the cells of organisms belonging to which kingdom?
Q91. Acacia Arabica is the scientific name of:
Q92. A …………… is species of plant that has adapted to survive in an environment with little liquid water.
Q93. Algae belongs to which of the following levels of the ecosystem?
Q94. The flower with the world’s largest bloom is:
c. Rafflesia arnoldii
d. Helianthus annuus
Q95. Sugarcane is a type of:
Q96. Which of the following plants have root nodules?
a. Leguminous plants
b. Parasitic plants
c. Epiphytic plants
d. Aquatic plants
Q97. Photosynthesis takes place inside plant cells in:
Q98. Organisms that generates energy using light are known as :
Q99. The arrangement of leaves on an axis or stem is called :
Q100. The male sex organs in a flower is the:
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