NEET MCQ for Biology 11

NEET MCQ for Biology 11

Q.1.Which part of the Human Body stores Glycogen?
A) Liver
B) Intestine
C) Pancreas
D) Skin

Q.2.Which among the following is aromatic dried flower buds of a tree?
A) Black pepper
B) Clove
C) Cumin
D) None of the above

Q.3.Which among the following is the first country to issue research licenses for human embryonic cloning to create stem cells?
A) United States
B) Australia
C) Germany
D) Britain

Q.4.Vitamin ____helps in the process of blood clotting.
A) K
B) C
C) E
D) B

Q.5.The Red color of Red wine is mainly because of_____?
A) Chemicals in Wine
B) Pigments
C) Color blended
D) Ageing

Q.6.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.7.Non-vascular embryophytes are also known as following?
A) Pteridophytes
B) Algae
C) Bryophytes
D) Gymnosperms

Q.8.Plants that grow in saline water are called
A) Halophytes
B) Hydrophytes
C) Mesophytes
D) Thallophytes

Q.9.Pest-resistant cotton commonly known as ‘Bt-Cotton’ is genetically engineered by inserting a gene from a:
A) Bacterium
B) Virus
C) Microalgae
D) Protist

Q.10.Which among the following is a main constituent of Histosols?
A) Acidic Salts
B) Organic Matter
C) Minerals
D) Clay Content

Q.11.Deficiency of Vitamin E leads to______.
A) Rickets
B) Pellagra
C) Infertility
D) Beriberi

Q.12.A health problem which is characterized by inability of the bone marrow to produce the red blood cells is placed in which among the following groups?
A) Anuria
B) Aplastic Anemia
C) Pernicious Anemia
D) Aplasia Hide Answer Correct

Q.13.What is the average life of the Red Blood corpuscles?
A) 100-120 days
B) 120-140 days
C) 80-95 days
D) 70-85 days

Q.14.Which among the following is NOT a true bast fiber?
A) Jute
B) Hemp
C) Flax
D) Cotton

Q.15.Maximum number of animal’s species belong to which among the following groups?
A) Mammalia
B) Aves
C) Pisces
D) Arthropoda

Q.16.The metals in which among the following groups are required in maximum quantities in a living organism?
A) Potassium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Calcium
B) Potassium, Molybdenum, Copper, Calcium
C) Pottassium, Sodium, Magnesium, Calcium
D) Sodium, Magnesium, Copper, Manganese

Q.17.The leaves prepare food for the plant using
A) Water and oxygen
B) Oxygen and carbon dioxide
C) Nitrogen and water
D) Water and carbon dioxide

Q.18.To make curd, you introduce ______into the milk.
A) Virus
B) Amoeba
C) Bacteria
D) Yeast

Q.19.Phloem is a tissue found in
A) Reproductive organs of animals
B) Plants
C) Insects
D) Mammals

Q.20.Which organelle in the cell, other than nucleus, contains DNA?
A) Centriole
B) Golgi apparatus
C) Lysosome
D) Mitochondria

Q.21.Prothrombin which helps in clotting of blood is released by
A) Lymphocytes
B) Erythrocytes
C) Monocytes
D) Blood platelets

Q.22.Oxygen in our blood is transported by a protein named
A) Hemoglobin
B) Keratin
C) Collagen
D) Myoglobin

Q.23.Which of the following is not responsible for the formation of chromosomes?
A) DNA.
B) Proteins.
C) RNA.
D) Endoplasmic reticulum.

Q.24.What is the average size of a microbe?
A) Less than 1 mm.
B) More than 1 cm.
C) Less than 0.1 mm.
D) More than 0.1 mm.

Q.25.What do BOD and COD stand for?
A) Biological Oxygen Demand and Chemical Oxygen Demand respectively.
B) Chemical Oxygen Demand and Biological Oxygen Demand respectively.
C) Botanical Oxygen Demand and Chemical Oxygen Demand respectively.
D) Basic Oxygen Demand and Chemical Oxygen Demand respectively.

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