NEET MCQ for Biology 4

NEET MCQ for Biology 4

NEET MCQ for Biology 4

Q.1.A place where an earthquake originates is called the
A) Focus
B) Tsunami
C) Fault line
D) Epicenter

Q.2.The components of an ecosystem are:
A) Trees and weeds
B) Plants and animals
C) Man and plants
D) Biotic and abiotic

Q.3.Ribozyme is:
A) Enzyme
B) RNA with enzymatic activity
C) Hormone
D) Protein

Q.4.Who discovered nucleus?
A) Albert
B) Newton
C) Robert Brown
D) Robert Hooke

Q.5.The organelles involved in photorespiration are
A) Glyoxysomes, chloroplast and mithondria
B) Chloroplast, peroxisome and glythisome
C) Mitochondria, peroxisome and glyoxysomes
D) Chloroplast, mitochondria and peroxisome

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

Q.7.Due to which of the processes in plants the Radiocarbon dating is possible to estimate their age?
A) Growth
B) Chemosynthesis
C) Photosynthesis
D) Assimilation

Q.8.Which among the following is correct about triticale?
A) A hybrid seed
B) A man made cereal
C) A genetically modified cereal
D) A leguminous plant

Q.9.“Daps one” immunotherapy is related to which among the following diseases?
B) Tuberculosis
C) Leprosy
D) Malaria

Q.10.Which among the following helps to determine the character of a cell?
A) Nucleus
B) Chromosomes
C) Genes
D) Plasma

Q.11.Consider the following statements: Color blindness is more common in men Color blindness is an X-linked recessive trait If both the X chromosomes are defective, a woman may have color blindness which among the above statements are correct:
A) 1 only
B) 1&2
C)2 & 3
D) All are correct

Q.12.Flowers are zygomorphic in
A) Gulmohar
B) Tomato
C) Datura
D) Mustard

Q.13.Wind pollination is common in
A) lillies
B) Grasses
C) Orchids
D) Legumes

Q.14.Which among the following is the smallest Human Chromosome?
A) Chromosome 10
B) Chromosome 16
C) Chromosome 20
D) Chromosome 21

Q.15.Outer covering of virus made up of protein is
A) Capsid
B) Coat
C) Virion
D) Viroid

Q.16.Pineal gland secretes which of the following?
A) Melatonin & Serotonin
B) Parathyroid
D) Thyroxin

Q.17.Which is conceded with the synthesis of protein?
A) Lysosomes
B) Ribosomes
C) Protoplasm
D) Endoplasmic Reticulum

Q.18.In angiosperms regarding development of microgametophyte each microspore mother cell undergoes
A) Mitosis to produce 4 microspores
B) Two successive mitosis to form 4 microspores
C) Two successive meiotic division to form 4 microspores
D) Meiosis to produce 4 haploid microspores

Q.19.Plants are killed in winter by frost
A) Because of desiccation and mechanical damage to the tissues
B) Because no photosynthesis takes place at such low temperature
C) Because respiration ceases at such low temperature
D) Because there is no transpiration

Q.20.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.21.What are the two basic categories of an ecosystem?
A) Aquatic and terrestrial.
B) Aquatic and forest.
C) Ponds and lake
D) Rivers and fore

Q.22.Basmati rice is distinct for its unique ________ and flavor.
A) Shape.
B) Taste.
C) Aroma.
D) Vitamins.

Q.23.Which of the following is also known as baker’s yeast?
A) Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
B) Streptococcus pneumonia.
C) Leuconostocmesenteroides.
D) Streptococcus faecalis.

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.Amoebic dysentery (amoebiasis) is caused by?
A) Entamoeba histolytica.
B) E. coli.
C) Streptococcus pneumoniae.
D) Trichophyton.

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