Biology MCQs: Reproduction

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Multiple Choice Questions on Reproduction & Reproductive Health with answers. Topics covered are Human Biology, Human Reproduction, Spermatogenesis, Bacterial Reproduction: Binary Fission, Reproduction and Development, Reproductive Health. NCERT Textbook fully covered. Essential topic for all PMT Exam.

Multiple Choice Questions on Human Biology

1. Internal organs in the foetus develop at
a) 24 weeks
b) 7 weeks
c) 10 weeks
d) 12 weeks

2. The retina is an outgrowth of the
a) mesencephalon
b) Diencephalon
c) telecephalon
d) pons

3. Insulin facilitates glucose uptake in
a) Kidney tubule
b) Brain
c) Red blood cells
d) Skeletal muscle

4. Which one of the following mammals cannot synthesise vitamin C?
a) Man
b) Monkey
c) Guinea pig
d) All of these

5. The only sugar normally absorbed in the intestine against a concentration gradient is
a) Xylose
b) Mannose
c) Glucose
d) Ribose

6. Conduction velocity is maximum in
a) SA node
b) AV node
c) right ventricle
d) Purkinje fibres

7. Chymotrpsinogen is activated into chymotrypsin by
a) trypsin
b) Pepsin
c) Fatty acids
d) Bile Salt

8. Levels of which of the following hormones are increased in post-menopausal women
a) Estrogen
b) FSH
c) Progesterone
d) Cortisone

9. Delta waves in EEG are seen in
a) Deep sleep
b) REM sleep
c) Awake with eyes open
d) Awake with eyes closed

10. The strongest ligament in the body is
a) Inguinal ligament
b) lacunar ligament
c) ligamentum flavum
d) iliofemoral ligament




Answers:
1. b) 7 weeks
2. b) Diencephalon
3. d) Skeletal muscle
4. d) All of these
5. c) Glucose
6. d) Purkinje fibres
7. a) trypsin
8. b) FSH
9. a) Deep sleep
10. d) iliofemoral ligament

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