NEET MCQ for Biology 7

NEET MCQ for Biology 7

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

Q.2.Energy transfer from one tropic level to other in food chain is
A) 10%
B) 20%
C) 1%
D) 2%

Q.3.The richest source of vitamin D is
A) Milk
B) Cheese
C) Cod liver oil
D) Spinach

Q.4.A plant having two types of haploid structures in its life cycle is known as:
A) Haplobiontic
B) Diplobiontic
C) Haplontic
D) Diplontic

Q.5.Myopia is connected with
A) Ears
B) Eyes
C) Lungs
D) None of these

Q.6.What is the type of Tomato fruit?
A) Pome
B) Berry
C) Frupe
D) None of the above

Q.7.Which among the following is not among Micronutrients required for plants?
A) Molybdenum
B) Magnesium
C) Manganese
D) Zinc

Q.8.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.9.Genetic Modification (GM) technique RIDL was in news. RIDL is being developed for combating which of the following disease?
A) Swine Flu
B) Malaria
C) Cancer

Q.10.Consider the following statements: Both Cochlea and Vestibular system are parts of Internal ear Only Cochlea makes the auditory system of human bodyNone of the malleus, incus, and stapes are found in the internal ear. Which among the above statements are correct?
A) 1 & 2
B) 2 & 3
C) 1 & 3
D) All 1, 2 & 3

Q.11.Anesthesia which allows patients to undergo surgery without the distress and pain they would otherwise experience has been practiced by man since ancient times.Which among the following plant is the most ancient source of anesthesia preparations?
A) Opium (Poppy)
B) Cannabis
C) Datura
D) Coca

Q.12.In which of the following diseases copper accumulates in tissues?
A) Fabry disease
B) Canavan disease
C) Wilson’s disease
D) Gunther disease

Q.13.Poison glands of snakes are homologous to
A) Electric organs of fishes
B) Stings of rays
C) Sebaceous glands of mammals
D) Salivary glands of vertebrates

Q.14.With which of the following animals Galton’s whistle is most commonly associated?
A) Horses
B) Dogs
C) Whales
D) Shark

Q.15.Which among the following is a main constituent of Histosols?
A) Acidic Salts
B) Organic Matter
C) Minerals
D) Clay Content

Q.16.In which of the following Cloaca which is the posterior opening that serves as the only such opening for the intestinal
A) Reproductive and urinary tracts is present?
B) Aves only
C) Aves & Amphibians
D) Aves, Amphibians and Reptiles

Q.17.The process of filtering the blood periodically through artificial kidney is called
A) Excretion
B) Ejection
C) Dialysis
D) Filtering

Q.18.Which one of the following is not a digestive enzyme in the human system?
A) Trypsin
B) Gastrin
C) Ptyalin
D) Pepsin

Q.19.The genes, which remain confined to differential region of ‘Y’ chromosome, are:
A) Autosomal genes
B) Holandric genes
C) Sex linked genes
D) Mutant genes

Q.20.Plants receive their nutrients mainly from
A) Chlorophyll
B) Atmosphere
C) Light
D) Soil

Q.21.Plants absorb dissolved nitrates from soil and convert them into
A) Free nitrogen
B) Urea
C) Ammonia
D) Proteins

Q.22.Blood, Bones and Cartilage are made up of a special type of tissue:
A) Epithelial tissue
B) Connective tissue
C) Muscular tissue
D)Nervous tissue

Q.23.Night blindness can be prevented by use of?
A) Golden rice.
B) Transgenic tomato.
C) Transgenic maize.
D) Bt Brinjal

Q.24.Who is the Father of Medicine?
A) Aristotle.
B) Hippocrates.
C) Antoine van Leeuwenhoek.
D) Antoine Lavoisie.

Q.25.What is protoplast?
A) Cell wall + Plasma membrane.
B) Plant cell-cell wall.
C) Cytoplasm + cell wall.
D) Plasma membrane – cytoplasm.

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