NEET MCQ for Biology 8

NEET MCQ for Biology 8

Q.1.Vegetative propagation refers to formation of new plants from
A) Stem, flowers and fruits
B) Stem, leaves, flowers
C) Stem, roots, flowers
D) Stem roots and leaves

Q.2.Which of the following is not a producer?
A) Spirogyra
B) Agaricus
C) Volvox
D) Nostoc

Q.3.Which among the following is caused by Virus?
A) Mumps
В) Beri Beri
C) Tuberculosis
D) Dysentery

Q.4.Jamnapari is a breed of which of the following?
A) Goat
B) Sheep
C) Horse
D) Cow

Q.5.Which among the following conditions will give birth to Fraternal Twins?
A) A single egg is fertilized to form one zygote which then divides into two separate embryos
B) Sperm cells fertilize both the ovum and the second polar body
C) Two eggs are independently fertilized by two different sperm cells
D) None of the above

Q.6.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.7.A tablet of which among the following Vitamins should be advised to be used after purification of water by Iodine as a disinfectant?
A) Vitamin A
B) Vitamin B
C) Vitamin C
D) Vitamin D

Q.8.A combination of several medicines called SHREZ is used in the treatment of which among the following diseases?
B) Diphtheria
C) Tuberculosis
D) Malaria

Q.9.In context with the connective tissues, which among the following connect join Bones to Bones?
A) Ligaments
B) Tendons
C) Reticular fibers
D) Raphe

Q.10.What is the pH value of human blood?
A) 5.5
B) 6.5
C) 7.5
D) 8.5

Q.11.Which of the following plant growth hormone was recognized by Japanese scientists?
A) Auxin
B) Gibberellins
C) Abscisic acid
D) Cytokinin

Q.12.In case of thyroid malfunctioning, the levels of which hormone get effected
B) Cortisol
C) Adrenaline
D) Estrogen

Q.13.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.14.Plants absorb dissolved nitrates from soil and convert them into
A) Free nitrogen
B) Urea
C) Ammonia
D) Proteins

Q.15.Which type of carbohydrate provide roughage and helps in movement of bowel.
A) Starch
C) Cellulose
D) Fructose

Q.16.A person suffers from diabetes’ because his pancreas does not produce.
A) Adrenaline
B) Insulin
C) Thyroxine
D) Bile juice

Q.17.Which hormone is known as ’emergency hormone?
A) Adrenaline
B) Melatonin
C) Serotonin

Q.18.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.19.If Pancreas stops functioning in the body, then the level of
A) Insulin and glucagon will increase
B) Only Insulin will decrease
C) Insulin and glucagon will decrease
D) Only Glucagon will decrease

Q.20.Which is the longest bone in human body?
A) Back bone
B) Femur
C) Tibia
D) None of these

Q.21.In which of the following pollination is autogamous?
A) Xenogamy
B) Chasmogamy
C) Cleistogamy
D) Geitonogamy

Q.22.Which of the following animals show menstrual cycle?
A) Gorillas and chimpanzees.
B) Monkeys and humans.
C) Orangutans and monkeys.
D) All of these.

Q.23.Which of the following is not used as a bio-fertiliser?
A) Bacteria.
B) Algae.
C) Cyanobacteria.
D) Fungi.

Q.24.Which of the following is not microbe?
A) Bacteria.
B) Protozoa.
C) Viroids.
D) Worms.

Q.25.Which of the following is not a symptom of mental illness?
A) Insomnia.
B) Depression.
C) Positive attitude.
D) Delusions and hallucinations.

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