Biology Part 2 Online Quiz


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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to Biology. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer button. You can use Next Quiz button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Questions and Answers

Q 1 - Which among the following bacteria is found in the human intestine?

A - Spirochaetes

B - Ashrrishia colie

C - Chlamydiae

D - Basils anthresis

Answer : B

Explanation

N/A

Q 2 - Which among the following elements that present in chili and causes burning sensations?

A - Capsaicin

B - Cyanogen

C - Ammonia

D - Capsicum

Answer : A

Explanation

Capsaicin is an essential component of chili peppers.

Q 3 - Kangaroo is one of the species popularly called as …….

A - Mammalian

B - Placental

C - Marsupials

D - Volant

Answer : C

Explanation

Marsupials is a distinctive characteristic of those species who carry their young children in a pouch.

Q 4 - Consider the following statements:

1. The average blood pressure of a normal person is 120/80.

2. 120 represents diastolic pressure and 80 represents systolic pressure.

Choose the correct answer from the codes given below:

A - Only 1

B - Only 2

C - Both

D - Neither 1 nor 2

Answer : A

Explanation

120 represents systolic pressure and 80 represents diastolic pressure.

Q 5 - …………. cell organelles are responsible for the cellular respiration.

A - Cell Membrane

B - Golgi Body

C - Lysosome

D - Mitochondrium

Answer : D

Explanation

N/A

Answer : B

Explanation

N/A

Q 7 - Which one of the following is known as the building blocks of life?

A - Cell

B - Tissue

C - Organ

D - Soul

Answer : A

Explanation

Cell is the smallest unit of life and known as the building blocks of life.

Q 8 - The scientific study of dust and particles is known as …

A - Anthology

B - Agrestology

C - Acarology

D - Palynology

Answer : D

Explanation

N/A

Q 9 - The pancreas secrets its enzymes into …

A - Duodenum

B - Kidney

C - Jejunum

D - Stomach

Answer : A

Explanation

N/A

Q 10 - The AIDS virus affects the growth of …

A - WBC

B - RBCs in blood

C - T cells in blood

D - Haemoglobin

Answer : C

Explanation

AIDS is acquired immune deficiency syndrome.

Q 11 - The deficiency of …………… causes osteomalacia.

A - Vitamin C

B - Vitamin D

C - Vitamin E

D - Vitamin K

Answer : B

Explanation

Vitamin D is readily available in fish and eggs.

Q 12 - Consider the following:

1. Camphor

2. Chicory

3. Vanila

From the list given above, choose the plant product/s:

A - Only 1 and 3

B - Only 2

C - Only 2 and 3

D - 1, 2 and 3

Answer : D

Explanation

Cinnamomum camphora is an evergreen tree; Chicory is perennial herbaceous plant; and Vanilla is a flavoring element extracted from orchids of the genus Vanilla.

Q 13 - Catechol is the chemical name of …

A - Vitamin H

B - Vitamin J

C - Vitamin L1

D - Vitamin M

Answer : B

Explanation

Vitamin J is also known as flavin.

Q 14 - Who among the following researchers introduced the ‘Binomial’ nomenclature to the plants?

A - Bessey

B - Theophrastus

C - Bentham and Hooker

D - Carolus Linnaeus

Answer : D

Explanation

Binomial nomenclature is a formal system of naming species of living things.

Q 15 - Which among the following groups of foods are rich in carbohydrates?

A - Mango, guava, and cucumber

B - Rice, ghee, and spinach

C - Banana, potato, and rice

D - Rice, lemon, and spinach

Answer : C

Explanation

N/A

Q 16 - ……… gas easily gets fused with haemoglobin.

A - Carbon monoxide

B - Oxygen

C - Carbon dioxide

D - Methane

Answer : A

Explanation

N/A

Q 17 - Which among the following is the shyest animal?

A - Boomslang

B - Uakari monkey

C - Moose

D - Aardvarks

Answer : B

Explanation

Uakari is found in Amazon forest.

Q 18 - Dolphin is a typical example of …

A - Mammalian

B - Amphibian

C - Aves

D - Pisces

Answer : A

Explanation

N/A

Q 19 - Consider the following statements:

1. There are four types of muscles.

2. Muscles can pull but cannot push.

Choose the correct answer from the codes given below:

A - Only 1

B - Only 2

C - Both

D - Neither 1 nor 2

Answer : B

Explanation

There are three types of muscles namely skeletal muscle, smooth muscle, and cardiac muscle.

Answer : C

Explanation

N/A


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