NEET MCQ for Biology 1

NEET MCQ for Biology 1

Q.1.What are the products obtained by anaerobic respiration in plant?
A) Lactic acid + Energy
B) Carbon dioxide + Water + Energy
C) Ethanol + Carbon dioxide + Energy
D) Pyruvate

Q.2.On maturity an ovule forms a
A) Seed
B) Fruit
C) Embryo sac
D) Endosperm

Q.3.? X 174 has:
A) Single stranded DNA
B) Single stranded RNA
C) Double stranded RNA
D) Double stranded DNA

Q.4. All genes located on the same chromosome
A) Form different groups depending upon their relative distance
B) Form one linkage group
C) Will not form any linkage groups
D) Form interactive groups that affect the phenotype

Q.5.Which of the following process help in nutrient conservation?
A) Mineralization
B) Immobilization
C) Leaching
D) Nitrification

Q.6.The source of energy in an ecosystem is
B) Sunlight

Q.7.Hodophobia is a fear associated with which of the following?
A) Sleeping
B) Walking
C) Traveling
D) Running

Q.8.Who among the following scientists is known for developing techniques for DNA fingerprinting and DNA profiling which are now used all over the world in forensic science to assist police detective work?
A) Vernon Heywood
B) Patrick Laidlaw
C) Alec Jeffreys
D) Heinz Wolff

Q.9.Non-vascular embryophytes are also known as following?
A) Pteridophytes
B) Algae
C) Bryophytes
D) Gymnosperms

Q.10.Which among the following vitamins is involved in the breakdown of energy molecules such as glucose?
A) Vitamin A
B) Vitamin B
C) Vitamin C
D) Vitamin D

Q.11.Who among the following worked on Tuberculosis?
A) Robert Koch
B) Karl Ernst von Baer
C) Erwin Neher
D) Richard Goldschmidt

Q.12.Who among the following is best known for his discovery and development of the first safe and effective polio vaccine.?
A) Jonas Salk
B) David Bodian
C) Almroth Wright
D) Albert Sabin

Q.13.Ramapithecus and Cro-Magnon man are considered
A) Ancestors of modern man
B) Ancestors of monkey
C) Ancestors of lion
D) None of the above

Q.14.The Indian Pipe Plant or Monotrapa can be best placed in which among the following groups?
A) Parasite
B) Saprophyte
C) Insectivorous
D) Lithophyte

Q.15.Pigmentation of skin is due to
A) Lymphocytes
B) Monocytes
C) Leucocytes
D) Melanocytes

Q.16.You want to convert biodegradable waste into useful substance. What additional thing do you need?
A) Viruses
B) Algae
C) Radioactive substances
D) Bacteria

Q.17.Complex chemical substances such as Carbohydrates are the products of
A) Respiration
B) Photosynthesis
C) Carbonification
D) Nitrification

Q.18.Which of the following secrets ADH to control water balance in the body?
A) Adrenal
B) Pituitary
C) Pineal
D) Hypothalamus

Q.19.From kidney urine goes into
A) Ureter
B) Urinary bladder
C) Urethra
D) Urinary opening

Q.20.The perpendicular pipes having rotating nozzles on top are joined to the main pipeline at regular interval. This type of arrangement is observed in irrigation system known as.
A) Drip system
B) Sprinkler system
C) Moat system
D) Dhekli system.

Q.21.Why does AIDS patient start suffering from other common infections?
A) The decrease in RBC count.
B) Reduction in the number of platelets.
C) Low WBC count.
D) The decrease in the number of Helper T-lymphocytes.

Q.22.Night blindness can be prevented by use of?
A) Golden Rice.
B) Transgenic Tomato.
C) Transgenic Maize.
D) Bt Brinjal

Q.23.Which of the following animals show menstrual cycle?
A) Gorillas and chimpanzees.
B) Monkeys and humans.
C) Orangutans and monkeys.
D) All of these.

Q.24.Out of 900 reported species of living gymnosperms, conifers are represented by about 500 species. About 2,50.000 species of angiosperms (flowering plants) have also been reported in the world. The vast and dominant woodlands in Europe, Asia, North America and mountains such as Himalayas are wooded with
A) All gymnosperms, except conifers
B) Only angiosperms
C) Only conifers
D) Angiosperms and all gymnosperms except conifers
Q.25.Which plant is the “terror of Bengal”?
A) Cereus.
B) Corpse plant
C) Water hyacinth.
D) Cactu

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