Biology MCQ Online Quiz

Q16. Who is known as the father of physical anthropology
(A) Georges Cuvier
(B) Ashley Montague
(C) Juan Comas
(D) Johann Friedrich Blumenbach

Q17. The highest polymorphism among human blood antigen is shown by
(A) Rh system
(B) ABO system
(C) HLA system
(D) MNSs system

Q18. White skin people are also known as
(A) Leucoderms
(B) Xanthoderms
(C) Melanoderms
(D) Eueroderms

Q19. Biological Anthropologists who study human growth are known as
(A) Ethnologist
(B) Nosologist
(C) Phiologist
(D) Auxologist

Q20. The term evolution was first applied by
(A) Sudrez
(B) Darwin
(C) Aristotle
(D) Herbert Spencer

Q21. How many linkage groups are found in Maize
(A) 5
(B) 10
(C) 20
(D) 25

Q22. The fungus which requires more than one host to complete its life cycle, is called as
(A) Autoecious
(B) Heteroecious
(C) Macrocyclic
(D) Pleomorphic

Q23. Gene mutation occurs at the time of
(A) DNA repair
(B) Cell division
(C) DNA replication
(D) RNA transcription

Q24. The major molecules responsible for rejection of transplant is
(A) B-cells
(B) T-cells
(C) MHC molecules
(D) Antibodies

Q25. There are ____ main types of WBC in a human
(A) 4
(B) 5
(C) 6
(D) 7

Q26. There are ____ main types of WBC in a human
(A) 4
(B) 5
(C) 6
(D) 7

Q27. The red pigment extracted from the roots of Madder plant is
(A) Indigo
(B) Congo red
(C) Alizarin
(D) Bismark Brown

Q28. Balanoglossus is popularly known as
(A) Sea potato
(B) Tongue worm
(C) Sea snake
(D) Earth worm

Q29. The term used to denote fossilization of faecal pellets of animals is
(A) Corpolites
(B) Burrows
(C) Biodast
(D) Pseudo fossils

Q30. Which of the following is the examples of Isoptera
(A) Sand flies
(B) Termites
(C) Fungus gates
(D) Root Magat flies


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