Botany/BOTANY MCQ QUESTIONS AND ANSWER Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
An artificial kidney works on the principle of

1.osmosis

2.diffusion

3.active

4.dialysis


Question:
C.T. Scanning uses

1.Beta rays

2.Ultrasound waves

3.X rays

4. Gamma rays


Question:
C.T. Scanning waves

1.X-rays

2. Gamma rays

3.Ultrasound waves

4.None of these


Question:
Cell theory was propounded by

1.Schleiden and Schwann

2. William Harvey

3.Robert Hooke

4.R.Virchow


Question:
Cholera bacillus was discovered by

1. Robert Koch

2. Louis Pasteur

3.Joseph Lister

4.Ronald Ross


Question:
Cirrhosis is a disease that affects

1.Heart

2.Liver

3. Brain

4. Lungs


Question:
Decomposition of organic matter is due to

1.Virus

2.Bacteria

3.Fungi

4. None of these


Question:
Dialysis is used when a patient has serious trouble with

1.Lungs

2. Kidney

3.Heart

4.Liver


Question:
Embryo is found in

1.Protozoa

2. Flowers

3.Fungi

4.Buds


Question:
Filaria is a disease caused by

1.Protozoan

2.Bacteria

3.Viruses

4. Worms


Question:
From which part of the plant is turmeric obtained?

1.Fruit

2. Flower

3.Root

4.Stem


Question:
Genetics deals with

1.Mendel’s laws

2.Organic evolution

3.DNA structure

4.Heredity and variations


Question:
How many muscles are there in human body?

1.470

2. 570

3. 640

4.720


Question:
Human body’s main organ of balance is located in

1. inner part of ear

2. top part of vertebral column

3. front part of brain

4.middle


Question:
In metabolism, enzymes act as

1.catalyst

2.reluctant

3. oxidant

4.promoter


Question:
In the human body, which structure is the appendix attached to?

1.The gall bladder

2.The stomach

3.The small intestine

4.The large intestine


Question:
In which of the following rhizoids are found on the behalf of root?

1.Angiosperm

2.Bryophytes

3.Gymnosperm

4.Pteridophytes


Question:
In which one of the following types of cell divisions does crossing over of chromosomes takes place?

1.Amitosis

2.Ctyokinesis

3.Meiosis

4.Mitosis


Question:
Mendel’s principles of inheritance are based on

1.vegetative reproduction

2.sexual reproduction

3.asexual reproduction

4.all of the above


Question:
Milk fever in cows occurs due to lack of

1.Calcium

2.Iodine

3.Iron

4. Phosphates


Question:
Name the hardest substance of the body

1. the thigh bone

2.the enamel of teeth

3.the skin

4. the skull


Question:
Name the organs of human body that never rest

1.Heart and Kidney

2.Tonsils and Heart

3.Appendix and Kidney

4. Brain and Kidney


Question:
Nitrogen fixation is done by

1. blue green algae

2. red algae

3.green algae

4.brown algae


Question:
Nucleus was first discovered by

1. Robert Brown

2.Robert Hooke

3.Palade

4. Porter


Question:
Photosynthesis occurs in

1.Chloroplast

2.Mitochondria

3.Nucleus

4.Peroxisome


Question:
Photosynthesis occurs in

1.nucleus

2.mitochondria

3.chloroplast

4.peroxisome


Question:
Pituitary gland is present

1. below the brain

2.above the brain

3.inside the brain

4.nowhere near the brain


Question:
Potato is an underground modified stem referred to as

1. tubers

2. bulbs

3. corns

4.rhizomes


Question:
Potatoes are borne on

1. lateral roots

2. stem branches

3.primary roots

4.secondary roots


Question:
Sustainable development is a case of international sensibility in respect of use of

1.Social resources

2. Industrial resources

3.Material resources

4.Natural resources


Question:
The acid that is secreted in the stomach is

1.HCL

2.H2SO4

3.H2CO3

4.HNO3


Question:
The biofertilizer used for the paddy crops is

1.azeto vector species

2.blue green algae

3.fangal root fungal

4.rizhobium species


Question:
The blood pressure is controlled by the hormone

1.Vasopressin

2.Testosterone

3.Oxytocin

4.Oestrogen


Question:
The bone of which of the following organ in the human body is the longest?

1. spinal cord

2.ankle bone

3. thigh

4.rib cage


Question:
The Dolphin is an example of which of the following classes?

1.amphibian

2.aves

3.pisces

4.mammalia


Question:
The Indian scientist whose name is associated with the measurement of growth in plants is

1. H.G. Khurana

2.Meghanada Saha

3.C.V. Raman

4.J.C. Bose


Question:
The influenza vaccine was discovered by

1.Khorana

2.None of the above

3. Salk

4.Mittel


Question:
The largest living mammalia is

1. Giraffe

2.Blue whale

3.Camel

4.Man


Question:
The largest ovule is

1. nitum

2.pynus

3. cocus

4.cycus


Question:
The most stable eco system is

1. sea

2. desert

3.forest

4.steppe


Question:
The part of the eye behind the lens is filled with

1. blood

2.vitreous humor

3.acqueous humor

4.lymph


Question:
The peas plant is

1.Flower

2.Seeds

3.Shurb

4.Bush


Question:
The Phylloclade commonly found in xerophytic plants is the modified

1.Stem

2. Roots

3. Flower

4.Leaf


Question:
The poison of honey bee is

1.Saltish

2. Protein

3.Alkaline

4. Acidic


Question:
The rate of growth of plants can be measured by a/an

1.Auxanometer

2.Tthermometer

3.Photometer

4.Manometer


Question:
The role of chlorophyll in photosynthesis is

1.to absorb sunlight

2.to absorb water

3.to absorb CO2

4.none of these


Question:
The small pox vaccine was discovered by

1.Edward Jenner

2.Louis Pasteur

3.Harvey

4.John


Question:
The specific gravity of blood is

1. same as water

2. many times that of water

3.lower than water

4. higher than water


Question:
The study of Dendrology is associated with

1.Shrubs

2.Plants

3.Flowers

4.Trees


Question:
The study of internal structure of the plants is called

1.Anatomy

2.Histology

3.Taxonomy

4.Morphology


Question:
The study of the relation of animals and plants to their surroundings is called

1.Ethnology

2.Iconology

3.Genealogy

4.Ecology


Question:
The unicellular algae used to supply and regulate the oxygen in the space programmes is

1.Odogonium

2.Spirogyra

3.Ulothrix

4.Chlorella


Question:
Total volume of blood in a normal adult human body

1.3 – 4 liters

2.5 – 6 liters

3.8 – 10 liters

4.10 -12 liters


Question:
Vitamin D is manufactured in a healthy human being by the action of _____ on the skin and absorbed in the blood stream.

1.Sunlight

2.Radium

3.Moonlight

4.Ozone


Question:
Vitamins A and C are predominantly present in

1.Potato

2.Tomato

3. Lady’s finger

4.brinjal


Question:
What is ALD technique?

1.Atomic Layer Deposition

2. Automatic Laser Display

3.Anti Landmine Detection

4. Automated layer deposition


Question:
What is the final weight of the brain in an adult male?

1. 1 kg

2.1.2 kg

3.1.3 kg

4. 1.4 kg


Question:
What is the largest gland in the human body?

1. Kidney

2.Liver

3.Brain

4.Heart


Question:
What is the largest organ of human body?

1.Intestine

2.Liver

3.Skin

4.Thigh


Question:
What is the pH of human blood?

1.6.5 – 7.5

2.7.5 – 8

3.4.5 – 5

4. 8.1 - 9.5


Question:
What is the speed that a human brain sends message?

1.100 mph

2. 140 mph

3.200 mph

4.240 mph


Question:
Where is the Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH) situated?

1.Mumbai

2.Chandigarh

3.Chennai

4.Bangalore


Question:
Which among the following animals has the largest Intestine?

1.Cow

2. Lion

3.Tiger

4.Monkey


Question:
Which among the following is a/an despotic animal?

1. whale

2.tortoise

3.penguin

4.otter


Question:
Which among the following is the richest source of ascorbic acid?

1.Apple

2.Bean

3.Carrot

4.Guava


Question:
Which component of plants receives stimulates for following?

1.Branches

2.Roots

3.Stems

4.Leaves


Question:
Which gland in the human body is called Master Gland?

1.Thyroid gland

2. Lever

3.Bulbourethral gland

4.Pituitary gland


Question:
Which of the following acid is present in the human abdomen?

1.hydrochloric acid

2.sulphuric acid

3. picric acid

4.nitric acid


Question:
Which of the following animals breathes through the skin?

1.Pigeon

2. Fish

3.Frog

4. Cockroach


Question:
Which of the following are the amphibians of plant kingdom?

1.Angiosperms

2.Bryophytes

3.Gymnosperms

4.Thallophytes


Question:
Which of the following chemicals is used for athletes preserving fruit juices?

1.Ammonium sulphate

2.Potassium nitrate

3.Sodium hydroxide

4.Sodium benzoate


Question:
Which of the following contains the highest protein content per gram?

1.Groundnut

2. Soyabean

3.Apple

4.Wheat


Question:
Which of the following crops helps in nitrogen fixation?

1.Beans

2.Wheat

3.Rice

4.Maize


Question:
Which of the following diseases is characterised by inflammation of the membrane covering the brain and spinal cord?

1.Meningitis

2. Tonsilitics

3. Hepatitis

4.Sinusitis


Question:
Which of the following diseases is inheritable?

1. Leukaemia

2.Hepatitis

3. Colour blindness

4. Malignancy


Question:
Which of the following diseases usually spreads through milk?

1.Jaundice

2.Diphtheria

3. Tuberculosis

4.Cholera


Question:
Which of the following is a good and rich source of Vitamin C?

1. Radish

2.Mango

3.Lemon Juice

4. Milk


Question:
Which of the following is an insectivorous plant?

1.Hydrilla

2.Marsilea

3.Nepenthes

4. None of these


Question:
Which of the following is not a digestive enzyme?

1.renin

2. insulin

3. arnelepsin

4.pepsin


Question:
Which of the following is not a mammal?

1.Whale

2.Eephant

3.Fish

4.Bat


Question:
Which of the following is the smallest bone of the human body?

1.Leg

2. nail

3.Skull

4. Stepis


Question:
Which of the following organelles is present in bacteria or prokaryotic cell?

1.Mitochondria

2.Golgi bodies

3.Ribosomes

4. Vacuoles


Question:
Which of the following organs of human body provide instant energy?

1. Muscles

2.Pancreas

3.Liver

4.Lungs


Question:
Which of the following terms is used in Botany?

1.Biennial

2.Dumping

3.Cartel

4.Recession


Question:
Which of the following vitamin is used like a hormone

1.Vitamin A

2. Vitamin B

3.Vitamin C

4.Vitamin D


Question:
Which one among the following is not a good source of nutritional calcium?

1.Rice

2. Ragi

3.Skimmed milk

4.Egg


Question:
Which one among the following statements about stomach is not correct?

1. Stomach secretes lipase and amylase in gastric juice

2.Stomach mixes food with gastric juice

3.Stomach acts as a temporary reservoir

4.Rate of stomach emptying depends on the type of food


Question:
Which one among the following statements is correct?

1.All proteins are enzymes

2.All enzymes are proteins

3.None of the enzymes is protein

4.None of the proteins is enzyme


Question:
Which one of the following animals stores water in the intestine?

1.Uromastix

2.Camel

3.Zebra

4. Moloch


Question:
Which one of the following is the best source of vitamin A?

1.Amla

2.Apple

3. Raddish

4.Carrot


Question:
Which one of the following part of human brain is the regulating centre for swallowing and vomiting?

1.Cerebrum

2.Medulla oblongata

3.Pons

4.Cerebellum


Question:
Which part of brain controls fine movement, maintains balance and equilibrium of the body and muscle tone in a human being?

1.Cerebrum

2.Cerebellum

3.Thalamus

4.Hypothalamus


Question:
Which sugar is present in considerable amount in the blood?

1.Sucrose

2.Galactose

3.Fructose

4.Glucose


Question:
Who invented X-ray?

1.Roland Hill

2.Wilhelm K. Roentgen

3.Graham Bell

4.Marie Curie


Question:
Who propounded the theory of evolution?

1.Huxlay

2.Darwin

3.Wallace

4.Spencer


Question:
Xerophytes develop in

1.warm and dry

2.cold and humid

3.warm and humid

4.cold and dry


Question:
__ is a water soluble vitamin.

1.Vitamin A

2.Vitamin B

3. Vitamin C

4.Vitamin D


Question:
___ was the first scientist to use an instrument for biological studies in 1665.

1.Charles Darwin

2.Schleiden

3.Schwann

4.Robert Hooke


Question:
____ organelles is known as the ‘Power House’ of the cell.

1.Ribosomes

2. Mitochondria

3.Golgi bodies

4.Cell wall


Question:
‘X’ linked hemophilia is due to

1.Point mutation

2.Somatic mutation

3.Chromosomal mutation

4. Germinal mutation


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