Friday, 21 June 2019

Biology MCQs Online Quiz Test For Medical Students

Hello Students of Biology here you will online study with MCQs Quiz test with solved Multiple choice question answers. These Multiple Choice question answers are helpful for the Medical Universties and Colleges admission tests.

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Q.1: It is one of the convulsive disorders of nerves which are characterized by abrupt transient symptoms of motor, sensory, psychic or autonomic nature---- ?

  1. Parkinson’s disease
  2. Epilepsy
  3. Alzheimer’s discease
  4. Dementia

B

Q.2: Microscopic gaps between the neuron endings are called------ ?

  1. Transmitters
  2. Synapses
  3. Pores
  4. Nodes

B

Q.3: Which of the following is present inside the vertebral column------- ?

  1. Spinal cord
  2. Brain
  3. Both of these
  4. none of these.

A

Q.4: Amphoixus is a------- ?

  1. Chordate
  2. Protochordate
  3. Lower chordate
  4. All of these

D

Q.5: Actin and myosin are the basic proteins involved in contractile machinery of our body to which type of proteins do they belong---------- ?

  1. Fibrous Proteins
  2. Globular proteins
  3. Both a and b
  4. None of these

A

Q.6: In esterification OH comes from-------- ?

  1. Organic acid
  2. Alcohol
  3. Water
  4. Sugar

B

Q.7: Glycolipids and glycoproteins have structural role in the -------------- matrix of animal and bacterial cell ?

  1. Extracellular
  2. Intracellular
  3. Both of these
  4. Glucose

A

Q.8: The monosaccharide found in some bacteria and occurring rarely are-------- ?

  1. Trioses
  2. Hexoses
  3. Tetroses
  4. Pentoses

C

Q.9: The sequence of 3 bases on tRNA which is complementary to condon of mRNA is called--------- ?

  1. Gene
  2. Code
  3. Codon
  4. Anticodon

D

Q.10: Most of the cellular secretions are -------- in nature ?

  1. Glycolipids
  2. Glycoproteins
  3. Nucleohistones
  4. Proteins

B

Q.11: The discease in which transmembrane carrier for the chloride ion is not produced is------ ?

  1. Hyperchloesterolemia
  2. Severe combined immunodeficiency syndrome
  3. AIDS
  4. Cystic fibrosis

D

Q.12: The one which can break open a plasmid ring is------ ?

  1. Ligase enzyme
  2. Primase enzyme
  3. Restriction endonuclease
  4. ATP-ase enzyme

A

Q.13: Solanum tuberosum is a scientific name of------- ?

  1. Onion
  2. Amaltas
  3. Potato
  4. Tomato

C

Q.14: Which of the following organisms have Chitin as a major structural component of their cell wall--------- ?

  1. Prokaryotae
  2. Protoctista
  3. Plantae
  4. Fungi

D

Q.15: Amoeba belongs to which kingdom-------- ?

  1. Prokaryotae
  2. Plantae
  3. Monera
  4. Protista

D

Q.16: Vaccine Was discovered by--------- ?

  1. Louis Pasteur
  2. Edward Jennar
  3. Ivanowski
  4. Stanely

B

Q.17: An isolated virus is not considered living since it------- ?

  1. Separates in to two inner parts
  2. Can not metabolize
  3. Rapidly looses its Genome chemical inert
  4. Is coated with an air tight shield

B

Q.18: In the lytic cycle of bacteriophage the host DNA is------- ?

  1. Replicated
  2. Turn off by the protein coat.
  3. Digested into its nucleotides
  4. Turned on by the removal of the protein coat

C

Q.19: Masses of dilated tortuous veins in the anorectal mucosa are known as------- ?

  1. Bulimia
  2. Ulcer
  3. Adipose tissue
  4. Hemorrhoids

D

Q.20: Nodules on roots of leguminous plants have ---------- bacteria ?

  1. Anaerobic
  2. Nitrogen fixing
  3. Nitrifying
  4. Ammonifying

B


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