NEET MCQ for Biology 14

NEET MCQ for Biology 14

Q.1.Root cap is not found in
A) Mesophytes
B) Hydrophytes
C) Xerophytes
D) Halophytes

Q.2.The outer layer of a fruit is
A) Epicarp
B) Mesocarp
C) Endocarp
D) Pericarp

Q.3.Which among the following element in the human body / organ makes the main basis of working of the MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging)?
A) Nitrogen
B) Hydrogen
C) Calcium
D) Sodium

Q.4.Bubo bubo is the scientific name of which of the following species?
A) Hen
B) Peacock
C) Eagle
D) Owl

Q.5.Which among the following is the correct location of pyloric sphincter in human body?
A) Between Oral cavity and esophagus
B) Between Esophagus and Stomach
C) Between Stomach and duodenum
D) Between duodenum and Jejunum

Q.6.In which of the following, the cellular power plants – Mitochondria are absent?
A) Red algae
B) Bacteria 
C) Green Algae
D) Brown Algae

Q.7.The scutellum of the gram embryo is a:
A) Vestigial organ
B) Photosynthetic organ
C) Absorptive organ
D) Protective organ

Q.8.Plants that grow under average temperature and moisture are called
A) Halophytes
B) Hydrophytes
C) Mesophytes
D) Xerophytes

Q.9.Plant development is influenced by
A) Quality of light only
B) Quality and quantity of light
C) Quality and duration of light
D) Quality, quantity and duration of light

Q.10.Which among the following is caused by Virus?
A) Mumps
B) Beri Beri
C) Tuberculosis
D) Dysentery

Q.11.With which of the following diseases Project Kavach is related to
A) Malaria
B) Dengue
D) Swine flu

Q.12.Which among the following is a correct definition of Hematocrit?
A) Proportion of blood volume that is occupied by red blood cells
B) Proportion of blood volume that is occupied by white blood cells
C) Proportion of blood volume that is occupied by Leucocytes and Thromobocytes
D) Proportion of blood volume that is occupied by plasma

Q.13.“Daps one” immunotherapy is related to which among the following diseases?
B) Tuberculosis
C) Leprosy
D) Malaria

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

Q.15.Hodophobia is the fear of which of the following?
A) Sleeping
B) Travel
C) Drugs
D) Cattle

Q.16.Which among the following is found in a Bacteriophage?
A) Only RNA
B) Only DNA
C) Both RNA & DNA
D) Either RNA or DNA

Q.17.“Pratham” the first animal born in 1990 by the IVF (In vitro Fertilization) at the National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal was a_____?
A) Cow
B) Buffalo
C) Sheep
D) Goat

Q.18.The ovary is half of the following pollination is autogamous?
A) Cucumber
B) Cotton
C) Guava
D) Peach

Q.19.Plants absorb most part of water needed by them through their
A) Embryonic zone
B) Growing point
C) Root hairs
D) Zone of elongation

Q.20.During breathing the unwanted particles such as smoke, dust, pollen etc get trapped in
A) Trachea
B) Pharynx
C) Nasal cavity
D) Lungs

Q.21.Typhoid fever in human beings is caused by?
A) Plasmodium vivax.
B) Trichophyton.
C) Salmonella typhi.
D) Rhinovirus

Q.22.Bioenergy is the energy obtained from
A) Coal.
B) Natural Gas.
C) Alcohol.
D) Biomass.

Q.23.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.24.During binary fission in Amoeba which of the following organelles is duplicated?
A) Plasma membrane.
B) Nucleus.
C) Contractile.
D) All of these

Q.25.Which of the following is also known as baker’s yeast?
A) Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
B) Streptococcus pneumonia.
C) Leuconostoc mesenteroides.
D) Streptococcus faecalis.

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