NEET MCQ for Biology 13

NEET MCQ for Biology 13

Q.1.Soil salinity is measured by:
A) Potometer
B) Porometer
C) Conductivity meter 
D) Calorimeter

Q.2.Which disease is caused by the fungi?
A) Polio
B) Malaria
C) Dermatitis
D) Cholera

Q.3.During photosynthesis green plants absorb
A) Oxygen
B) Nitrogen
C) Carbon mono-oxide
D) Carbon dioxide

Q.4.How many red blood cells does the bone marrow produce every second?
A) 2 Million
B) 5 Million
C) 7 Million
D) 10 Million

Q.5.A dye is prepared from
A) Sida
B) Tridax
C) Tephrosia
D) Indigofera

Q.6.Complete virus particle is:
A) Viroid
B) Prion
D) Virion

Q.7.From which part, Coconut coir is obtained?
A) Epicarp
B) Mesocarp
C) Endocarp
D) Seed

Q.8.Causing agent of which of the following diseases produces Integrase enzyme?
A) Malaria
B) Smallpox
C) Swine flu

Q.9.Which among the following was the first vaccine ever to be developed?
A) Cholera
B) Smallpox
C) Rabies
D) Tetanus

Q.10.Apart from sugarcane (most commonly Saccharum officinarum) which among the following plants is widely known in the world as a commercial source of table sugar ?
A) Toona cilata
B) Gloriosa superb
C) Asparagus pulmosus
D) Beta vulgaris

Q.11.The monocarpic plants produce flowers only?
A) Once in a year
B) Once in a season
C) Once in lifetime
D) One flower per plant

Q.12.The Gram Positive Bacteria can be identified by the Gram staining because of the following reasons?
A) The cell walls have more lipids compared to peptidoglycan
B) The Cells walls have more Peptidoglycan compared to Lipids
C) The Cells membrane has more fatty acids
D) The plasma has Peptidoglycans

Q.13.A plant belonging to which of the following groups would show least adaptation to marine water?
A) Pteridophytes
B) Gymnosperms
C) Angiosperms
D) Bryophytes de

Q.14.Horses can also digest cellulose from grasses because
A) They are ruminants and have two stomachs
B) They have a long alimentary Canal
C) They have hind gut
D) They don’t digest cellulose

Q.15.Which gland is effected by hypothyroid?
A) Pitutary
B) Adrenal
C) Thyroid
D) Ovary

Q.16.There are____number of muscles in human.
A) 638
B) 637
C) 639
D) 640

Q.17.Osmosis is the flow of solution from higher concentration to a solution of lower concentration through a semi permeable membrane. What is incorrect in this statement?
A) Exact concentration of solution is not given
B) Character of semi permeable membrane is not given
C) The flow of solution is not possible through semi permeable membrane
D) All are incorrect

Q.18.Movements due to light are shown by
A) Flowering plants
B) Lower plants
C) All land plants
D) All the plants

Q.19.Many young people get acne and pimples on the face due to increased activity of
A) Thyroid gland
B) Endocrine gland
C) Sebaceous gland
D) Adrenal gland

Q.20.At which stage in its life cycle does the silk worm yield the fibre?
A) Egg
B) Larva
C) Pupa
D) Imago

Q.21.Bioenergy is the energy obtained from
A) Coal.
B) Natural Gas.
C) Alcohol.
D) Biomass.

Q.22.What is chemical name for thymine known as?
A) 5-methoxy uracil.
B) 3-methoxy uracil.
C) 5-methyl uracil.
D) 3-methy uracil.

Q.23.Which of the following is the most fatal non-infectious disease?
B) Cancer.
C) Diabetes.
D) Obesity.

Q.24.Which of the following is a post-fertilization event in flowering plants?
A) Transfer of pollen grains.
B) Embryo development.
C) Formation of flower.
D) Formation of pollen grains.

Q.25.What is sericulture?
A) Rearing of fishes.
B) Rearing of silkworm.
C) Rearing of birds.
D) Rearing of cockroach.

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