NEET MCQ for Biology 19

NEET MCQ for Biology 19

Q.1.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.2.Green revolution refers to the increased production of
A) Green plants
B) High yield variety crops
C) Pulses
D) Milk

Q.3.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.4.Plant bends towards the source of light on account of the movement of curvature known as
A) Geotropism
B) Thigmotropism
C) Chemotropism
D) Phototropism

Q.5.Which among the following is correct about Viruses?
A) They have DNA only
B) They have RNA only
C) They have both DNA & RNA
D) They have either DNA or RNA

Q.6.Which among the following is not a beverage plant?
A) Camellia sinensis
B) Theobroma cacao
C) Coffea Arabica
D) Alonsoa grandiflora

Q.7.Japanese encephalitis is a disease caused by____?
A) Virus
B) Protozoa
C) Bacteria
D) Fungi

Q.8.Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria commonly called “The Global Fund” or “GFATM” was established In which year?
A) 1999
B) 2000
C) 2002
D) 2004

Q.9.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 superba
C) Asparagus pulmosus
D) Beta vulgaris

Q.10.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.11.Which among the following factors are essential for ‘blood coagulation?
1. Vitamin K
2.Calcium ions (Ca++)
3. Christmas factor
A) 1 and 2
B) 1 and 3
C) 2 and 3
D) 1, 2 and 3

Q.12.How does calcium carbide ripen mangoes?
A) It reacts with moisture and releases Ethylene
B) It reacts with moisture and releases Acetaldehyde, which in turn releases ethylene
C) It reacts with starch and releases Acetylene
D) It reacts with moisture and releases Ethyne

Q.13.Consider the following statements regarding the GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) and LMO (Living Modified Organism):
GMO are essentially dead, while the LMO are alive and can grow GMO are patentable, while LMO are not patentable GMO are modified using Genetic Engineering. while LMO are modified by other technologies.
Which among the above statements is/are correct?
A) Only 1 & 2 are correct
B) Only 2 & 3 are correct
C) All are correct
D) None of them is correct

Q.14.From the point of view of evolution of living organisms, which of the following set of animals is a correct sequence of evolution?
A) Whale, Kangaroo, Echidna
B) Echidna, Whale, Kangaroo
C) Kangaroo, Whale, Echidna
D) Echidna, Kangaroo, Whale

Q.15.A treatment with which among the following plant hormones would prevent water loss from the plant leaves, by reducing transpiration, in times of low water availability?
A) Ethylene
B) Abscisic Acid
C) Gibberelic Acid
D) Auxin

Q.16.Which among the following Vitamin is added to the milk in some countries as it is lost during the process of Fat Removal (Skimming)?
A) Vitamin A
B) Vitamin B
C) Vitamin C
D) Vitamin D

Q.17.At rest adult person breathes in and out
A) 19-22 Times in a minute
B) 25-30 Times in a minute
C) 15-18 Times in a minute
D) 30-35 Times in a minute

Q.18.Seed will not germinate if there is no _
A) Soil
B) Light
C) Water
D) Heat

Q.19.Which one of the following is not a digestive enzyme in the human system?
A) Trypsin
B) Gastrin
C) Ptyalin
D) Pepsin

Q.20.A resting person usually has a pulse rate between
A) 65-72
B) 72-80
C) 62-75
D) 72-74

Q.21.First Transjenic crop was:
A) Cotton.
B) Alsi.
C) Pea.
D) Tobacco.

Q.22.What does CPCB stand for?
A) Central Particulate Control Board.
B) Central Panama Channel Board.
C) Central Pollution Control Board.
D) Central Pollution Channel Board.

Q.23.First life from on earth was a?
A) Cyanobacterium.
B) Chemoheterotroph.
C) Autotroph.
D) Photoautotroph.

Q.24.Which of the following is not used as a bio-fertiliser?
A) Bacteria.
B) Algae.
C) Cyanobacteria.
D) Fungi.

Q.25.What does the increase in the level of greenhouse gases lead to?
A) No change in ecosystem cycles.
B) Proper plant growth.
C) Proper rainfall.
D) Global warming

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