Biology Online Quiz Test 11

Here is the list of Free Biology Quiz Test 11 with answers for the Preparation of Competitive Exams in FPSC, PPSC, SPSCKPPSC, CSS, PMS, NTS, ISSB, LAT, etc. This Biology Quiz with Answers will help you to secure maximum marks in upcoming academic as well as competitive exams in Pakistan

We have collected all the data and we have tried to provide you with the best information related to the Biology Quiz with their answers. These Multiple-choice questions will help you in the Preparation for Job tests, Interviews, competitive exams, etc. 

Biology Online Quizzes

Biology Quiz Test 11 test contains multiple-choice questions with answers for competitive exam preparation. We have provided Biology online quizzes below which include questions related to different topics.

Youth For Pakistan has provided an excellent opportunity for the students to prepare for their Biology Quizzes online test. These Online Online Quizzes cover all the topics and provide wide knowledge to clear their tests.

Biology Quiz Test 11

Who is commonly known as fatthe Father of Microbiology?
(A) Charles Darwin
(B) Robert Hook
(C) Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
(D) None of these

Answer
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

A species inhabiting different geographical areas is known as_________ ?
(A) Hetropatric Specie
(B) Allopatric Specie
(C) Homopatric Specie
(D) Astroparic specie

Answer
Allopatric Specie

Apiculture means:____________?
(A) Chicken farming
(B) Horse forming
(C) Silkworm farming
(D) Honey bee farming

Answer
Honey bee farming

Chlorophyll is a naturally occurring chelate compound in which central metal is
(A) copper
(B) magnesium
(C) iron
(D) None of these

Answer
magnesium

The structure of DNA was proposed by_________?
(A) Louis Pasture
(B) William Harvey
(C) Charles Darwin
(D) Watson and Crick

Answer
Watson and Crick

Muscle fatigue occurs due to accumulation of___________?
(A) Acidic acid
(B) Butyric acid
(C) Citric acid
(D) Lactic acid

Answer
Lactic acid

Serum differs from blood in________?
(A) Lacking globulins
(B) Lacking albumins
(C) Lacking clotting factors
(D) Lacking antibodies

Answer
Lacking clotting factors

Which one of the following animal has two separate circulatory pathways?
(A) Shark
(B) Whale
(C) Frog
(D) Lizard

Answer
Whale

The hepatic portal vein drains blood to liver from___________?
(A) Intestine
(B) Stomach
(C) Kidney
(D) Heart

Answer
Intestine

How many types of genomic mapping are there? 0
(A) 2
(B) 4
(C) 5
(D) None of these

Answer
2

Keratin is a type of Protein Found in __________?
(A) Skin Fiber
(B) Nails
(C) Muscle Cells
(D) Blood Cells

Answer
Nails

Who is the father of biology?
(A) Albert Einstein
(B) Aristotle
(C) Aristotle
(D) None of these

Answer
Aristotle

Apiculture means:____________?
(A) Chicken farming
(B) Horse forming
(C) Silkworm farming
(D) Honey bee farming

Answer
Honey bee farming

A species inhabiting different geographical areas is known as_________ ?
(A) Hetropatric Specie
(B) Allopatric Specie
(C) Homopatric Specie
(D) Astroparic specie

Answer
Allopatric Specie

Who is commonly known as “the Father of Microbiology”?
(A) Charles Darwin
(B) Robert Hook
(C) Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
(D) None of these

Answer
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

Which of following is a tiny gland?
(A) Thyroid
(B) Pancrease
(C) Pineal
(D) Pituitary

Answer
Pineal

Pineal gland situated in________?
(A) brain
(B) neck
(C) stomach
(D) kidneys

Answer
brain

Cotton, wool, silk are examples of ____________ ?
(A) Plant Fibres
(B) Animal Fibres
(C) Natural Fibres
(D) Synthetic Fibres

Answer
Natural Fibres

All cell of an organism are similar in_________?
(A) Shape
(B) Size
(C) Structure
(D) Fundamental organization

Answer
Fundamental organization

DNA of mitochondria is__________?
(A) circular
(B) spring
(C) straight
(D) All of these

Answer
circular

Which organelles contain its own DNA?
(A) Nucleus
(B) mitochondria
(C) chloroplast
(D) All of these

Answer
All of these

A decrease in the rate of beating of heart is called__________?
(A) Bradycardia
(B) Tachycardia
(C) Braditachycardia
(D) None of these

Answer
Bradycardia

Chlorophyll is a naturally occurring chelate compound in which central metal is:
(A) copper
(B) magnesium
(C) iron
(D) None of these

Answer
magnesium

The structure of DNA was proposed by_________?
(A) Louis Pasture
(B) William Harvey
(C) Charles Darwin
(D) Watson and Crick

Answer
Watson and Crick

Enzymes are?
(A) Protein
(B) Oils
(C) Minrals
(D) Fatty Acids

Answer
Protein

Substances which bring down the body temperature are known as?
(A) Antipyretics
(B) Analgesics
(C) Antibiotics
(D) None of these

Answer
Antipyretics

The red colour of tomato is imparted by?
(A) Karotionoid
(B) Chlorophyll
(C) Vitamin
(D) Harmone

Answer
Karotionoid

Deficiency of Iron in the human body causes?
(A) Goitre
(B) Trachoma
(C) Anaemia
(D) Glaucoma

Answer
Anaemia

The organ that filters blood in human body is
(A) Heart
(B) Spleen
(C) Liver
(D) Kidney

Answer
Liver

Anaerobics are
(A) Bacteria which can complete their life cycle without oxygen
(B) Bacteria which can complete their life cycle without water
(C) Colonies of unicellular bacteria
(D) Colonies of muticellular bacteria

Answer
Bacteria which can complete their life cycle without oxygen

Which of the following is responsible for transferring the genetic information from one generation to the next?
(A) A human cell
(B) A plant cell
(C) An atom
(D) An electric cell

Answer
An electric cell

Which of the following is responsible for transferring the genetic information from one generation to the next?
(A) DNA
(B) RNA
(C) Codon
(D) Messenger RNA

Answer
DNA

Which one of the following is an example of hereditary disease?
(A) AIDs
(B) Syphilis
(C) Haemophilia
(D) Xeropthalmia

Answer
Haemophilia

Insulin, a drug that checks diabetes, was discovered by
(A) Francis Crick
(B) Einstein
(C) James D Wartson
(D) Dr Banting

Answer
Dr Banting

Excessive vomitting and diarrhoea may result in the decrease of which of the following in the blood stream?
(A) Calcium
(B) Iron
(C) Sodium
(D) Phosphorus

Answer
Sodium

Vaccines are:
(A) Same as monoclonal antibodies
(B) Treated bacteria or viruses or one of their proteins
(C) MHC proteins
(D) strands of nucleic acids

Answer
Treated bacteria or viruses or one of their proteins

Animal flesh is a good source of high quality proteins because animal proteins are:
(A) Directly taken up by muscle-tissues and add to their strength
(B) Animal proteins have all amino acids
(C) Animal proteins carry the right proportion of amino acid needed by humans
(D) Animal proteins are digested easily

Answer
Animal proteins carry the right proportion of amino acid needed by humans

In brain, the site for intelligence, memory and emotions is present in:
(A) Cerebellum
(B) Hypothalamus
(C) Cerebrum
(D) Medula Oblangata

Answer
Cerebrum

Which gland of the human body produces insulin?
(A) Pituitary
(B) Thyroid
(C) Pancreas
(D) Spleen

Answer
Pancreas

Dialysis is used in the case of a patient suffering from
(A) Heart problems
(B) Kidney problems
(C) Respiratory diseases
(D) Neurological disorders

Answer
Kidney problems

Duodenum is situated:
(A) At the uppermost part of the small intestine
(B) Near the lungs
(C) In the brain
(D) At the tail end of the intestine

Answer
At the uppermost part of the small intestine

What does Mycology study?
(A) Minerals
(B) Sound
(C) Insects
(D) Fungus

Answer
Fungus

A man with blood group A can receive blood from persons having blood groups
(A) A,O
(B) A, AB, B
(C) A, B, O
(D) A, B

Answer
A,O

A plant cell is distinguished from an anima cell by the presence of :
(A) Nucleus
(B) Chloroplasts
(C) Cell membrane
(D) Cell Wall

Answer
Cell Wall

Potato is a modified form of :
(A) Root
(B) Stem
(C) Fruit
(D) Leaf

Answer
Stem

Plants receive their nutrients mainly from:
(A) Chlorophyll
(B) Light
(C) Atmosphere
(D) Soil

Answer
Soil

During the day time plants:
(A) Take in oxygen and give out carbon dioxide
(B) Take in carbon dioxide and give out oxygen
(C) Take in nitrogen and give out oxygen 10
(D) Take in carbon dioxide and give out nitrogen

Answer
Take in carbon dioxide and give out oxygen

Age of a tree can be determined by?
(A) Counting the number of rings in the stem
(B) Counting the number of leaves
(C) Counting the number of branches
(D) Measuring the size of the tree

Answer
Counting the number of rings in the stem

Photosynthesis takes place faster in:
(A) Yellow light
(B) White light
(C) Red light
(D) Darkness

Answer
Red light

In which section of the plant does photosynthesis take place?
(A) Roots
(B) Leaves
(C) Stem
(D) Flowers

Answer
Leaves

Fern belongs to:
(A) Bryophyta
(B) Petropyta
(C) Anthophyta
(D) None of these

Answer
Petropyta

Cork cells are impervious to water because of the presence of:
(A) Cellulose
(B) Ligin
(C) Cutin
(D) Suberin

Answer
Suberin

Which of the following plant micronutrients is involved in the electron transport in photosynthesis?
(A) Manganese
(B) Copper
(C) Zinc
(D) Molybdenum

Answer
Copper

Osmosis is a function of which of the following factors?
(A) The number of solute molecules in the solutions on the two sides of the selectively permeable membrane
(B) Pressure
(C) Tempreature
(D) All of above

Answer
Tempreature

The earliest organisms that appeared on the surface of earth were probably:
(A) Autotrophs
(B) Symbionts
(C) Heterotrophs
(D) None of the above

Answer
Symbionts

Ginger is an example of:
(A) Tuber
(B) Rhizome
(C) Bulb
(D) Corm

Answer
Rhizome

Photosynthesis is a bio-chemical process for the transfer of solar energy to the :
(A) Nitrogen cycle
(B) Hydraulic cycle
(C) Petrological cycle
(D) Food chain cycle

Answer
Petrological cycle

Pollens are produced in larger numbers and are light in weight in flowers pollinated by
(A) Wind
(B) Insects
(C) Water
(D) All these

Answer
Wind

During photosynthesis green plants build up:
(A) Carbohydrates
(B) Proteins
(C) Fats
(D) All these

Answer
Carbohydrates

Pinus
(A) The forests in Pakistan comprising of which one of the following are facing the danger of extinction:
(B) Cedurs
(C) Junipers
(D) Abies

Answer
Pinus

Bryophytes are:
(A) Vascular plants
(B) Tracheophytes
(C) Non-Vascular plants
(D) Prokaryotes

Answer
Non-Vascular plants

Which one of the following prants bears no futs but produces seeds?
(A) Diatoms
(B) Bacteria
(C) Green Plants
(D) Blue Green Algae

Answer
Blue Green Algae

Which one of the following prants bears no futs but produces seeds?
(A) Almonds
(B) Groundnut
(C) Cycus
(D) Sugercane

Answer
Cycus

Green colour of plants is due to the presence of:
(A) Sodium
(B) Potassium
(C) Chlorophyll
(D) Phosphorus

Answer
Chlorophyll

what form is the food in onion stored?
(A) Cellulose
(B) Pectin
(C) Starch
(D) Protein

Answer
Cellulose

Which of the following is not in the inner ear?
(A) Eustachian tube
(B) Cocohlea
(C) Semicircular canals
(D) Sacculus

Answer
Eustachian tube

The total number of bones in human skull
(A) 8
(B) 12
(C) 21
(D) 30

Answer
30

Sweat grands occur in greatest number in the skin of the:
(A) Forhead
(B) Armpits
(C) Back
(D) Palm of hand

Answer
Armpits

______________ muscle is the strongest of all in the human body
(A) Jaw
(B) Thigh
(C) Calf
(D) Upper Arm

Answer
Thigh

The normal tamperature of the human body is:
(A) 98 F
(B) 96 F
(C) 90 F
(D) 98.6 F

Answer
98.6 F

Insulin, a protein acts as?
(A) An antibody
(B) An enzyme
(C) A hormone
(D) A transport agent

Answer
A hormone

The largest living bird is (PMS 2006)
(A) Duck
(B) Peacock
(C) Dodo
(D) Ostrich

Answer
Ostrich

Antibodies are?
(A) Carbohydrates
(B) Proteins
(C) Enzymes
(D) Hormones

Answer
Proteins

Deficiency of calcium leads to?
(A) Anaemia
(B) Tetany
(C) Scurvey
(D) Rickets

Answer
Rickets

In human body, the leg bones are:
(A) Humerus and Femur
(B) Fibula and Tibia
(C) Fibula and Ulna
(D) Tibia and Radius

Answer
Humerus and Femur

Which of the following glands in human body is popularly called Adams apple?
(A) Adrenal
(B) Pituitary
(C) Thymus
(D) Thyroid

Answer
Thyroid

In which form glucose is stored in the liver?
(A) Lactic acid
(B) Ribose
(C) Lactose
(D) Glycogen

Answer
Ribose

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Download Books

Related News