Biology Quiz

Q136. The seeds which contain abundant glyoxysomes are
(A) Dry seeds
(B) Germinating seeds
(C) Wet seeds
(D) Shrunken seeds

Q137. Flavonoids mostly accumulate in
(A) Chloroplast
(B) Vacuole
(C) Chromoplast
(D) Cytosol

Q138. The growth of pollen tubes down the style is due to
(A) Hydrotropism
(B) Traumatotropism
(C) Thymotropism
(D) Chemotropism

Q139. Which of the following organelles contain enzymes that have digestive action
(A) plastids
(B) lysosomes
(C) ribosomes
(D) polysomes

Q140. Cork cambium and vascular cambium are the examples of
(A) apical meristem
(B) wound tissue
(C) lateral meristem
(D) intercalary meristem

Q141. Which one is a non-essential amino-acid
(A) Lysin
(B) Valine
(C) Alanine
(D) Leucine

Q142. Humoral immunity is due to
(A) B-lymphocytes
(B) P-lymphocytes
(C) L-lymphocytes
(D) T-lymphocytes

Q143. Which of the following is true about bryophytes
(A) they are thalloid
(B) they contain chloroplast
(C) they posses archegonia
(D) all of these

Q144. Which of the following induces cell division in a cell
(B) auxins
(C) cytokinin
(D) gibberellins

Q145. Transcription is the formation of
(A) Protein
(B) mRNA
(C) tRNA
(D) rRNA

Q146. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) genome consists of
(A) One copy of single-stranded RNA
(B) One copy of double-stranded RNA
(C) Two copy of single-stranded RNA
(D) Two copy of double-stranded RNA

Q147. Most of the iodine in the body is stored in the
(A) thyroid gland
(B) parathyroid gland
(C) adrenal gland
(D) endopancreas

Q148. Chiropterophily is the process of pollination by
(A) Bee
(B) Bat
(C) Insect
(D) Bird

Q149. 5th cranial nerve of frog is
(A) vagus
(B) optic nerve
(C) trigeminal
(D) opthalmic nerve

Q150. The second messenger inside a cell is
(D) cyclic AMP

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