Practice Test

Q1) The first microscope was invented by Show Answer

Q2) Which one of the following microscope can be used for studying unstained and dividing cells ? Show Answer

Q3) Electron microscope was invented by Show Answer

Q4) Scientist to first employ magnifying glass for studying living being was Show Answer

Q5) Which one combination of eye piece and objective would have wildest field ? Show Answer

Q6) A homogenised solution is kept at a temperature of Show Answer

Q7) For studying RNA synthesis, the radioactive intermediate used is Show Answer

Q8) Which one is a new structure obtained during cell fractionation Show Answer

Q9) Svedberg unit is for Show Answer

Q10) Get used in gel filtration chromatography is Show Answer

Q11) The base material used in electrophoresis is Show Answer

Q12) Microspectrophotometry analyses chemicals with the help of Show Answer

Q13) Stop-disc is used in the microscope for Show Answer

Q14) Fluorescent microscope use Show Answer

Q15) The classroom technique used in pigments from a pigment solution is Show Answer

Q16) Rickets is a disease caused by deficiency of Show Answer

Q17) Cell was discovered by Show Answer

Q18) Cell theory was further modified by Show Answer

Q19) Who proposed protoplasmic theory as opposed to cell theory ? Show Answer

Q20) Myopia is a term related to disease of the Show Answer

Q21) Morphogrnesis in tissue culture was discovered by Show Answer

Q22) In animals, cellular totipotency has been restricted only to Show Answer

Q23) Cells capable of division are Show Answer

Q24) Large cells have Show Answer

Q25) Which is correct about cell theory in view of current status of our knowledge about cell structure. Show Answer

Q26) Cellular totipotency means Show Answer

Q27) Protoplasm forms ___ percentage of total weight of the body. Show Answer

Q28) Which one is an exception to cell theory ? Show Answer

Q29) Which of the following statements is false ? Show Answer

Q30) One of the following is anucleate Show Answer

Q31) Cell vacuole contains Show Answer

Q32) Bacteria have cell membrane made of Show Answer

Q33) RNA is absent in Show Answer

Q34) Dictyosomes are Show Answer

Q35) Peroxisomes possess Show Answer

Q36) Nucleolus is formed of Show Answer

Q37) An outer covering membrane is absent over Show Answer

Q38) Karyolymph is Show Answer

Q39) Protein synthesis occurs in an animal cell in Show Answer

Q40) Cell cycle was discovered by Show Answer

Q41) Which one is the longest phase of cell cycle ? Show Answer

Q42) In meiosis, chromosome replication occurs during Show Answer

Q43) Crossing over occurs in meiosis during Show Answer

Q44) Chromosomes normally occurs as homologous pairs in Show Answer

Q45) Which one occurs once in life cycle ? Show Answer

Q46) Which of the following present on the surface of plasma membrane is involved in cell recognition and adhesion Show Answer

Q47) Amitosis was described by Show Answer

Q48) Inulin is extracted from roots of Show Answer

Q49) Which of the following is nonliving substance formed by Protoplasm during metabolism. Show Answer

Q50) Nature of protoplasm is best explained by Show Answer

Q51) Sol-gel conversion of protoplasm is due to Show Answer

Q52) Which substances deposited in secondary wall check transpiration Show Answer

Q53) Ribosomes are absent in Show Answer

Q54) Which of the following plastid is not interconvertible to other plastids ? Show Answer

Q55) Cell organelle that can replicate but has no DNA Show Answer

Q56) Raphides are crystal of Show Answer

Q57) Which of the following is commercially used as jellying agent in making Jams. Show Answer

Q58) Which of the following is widely used sweetener by diabetics Show Answer

Q59) Protein found in spider web is Show Answer

Q60) The presence of competitive inhibitor Show Answer

Q61) Cell cycle is slowest in Show Answer

Q62) In which stage is chiasmata observed under microscope ? Show Answer

Q63) What is untrue about significance or need for meiosis II Show Answer

Q64) Which one of them is not a mitotic poison ? Show Answer

Q65) Full spindle formation occurs in Show Answer

Q66) Cell without organised nucleus is found in Show Answer

Q67) Who proposed cell theory ? Show Answer

Q68) In which one extra nuclear DNA is found in ? Show Answer

Q69) Through which cell organelle, cell activities are controlled by ? Show Answer

Q70) Which substance is found in middle lamella ? Show Answer

Q71) Which of the following is characterised by cell wall ? Show Answer

Q72) 80 S ribsomes have subunits of Show Answer

Q73) Mitochondria are absent in Show Answer

Q74) Smallest plant cell is of Show Answer

Q75) Cellulose is used as food by Show Answer

Q76) Oxysomes are found in Show Answer

Q77) The colourless plastids which are found in storage food is Show Answer

Q78) Pigment absent in chloroplast is Show Answer

Q79) Which of the following is related with cristae ? Show Answer

Q80) 'Omnis Cellula e Cellula' was the statement of Show Answer

Q81) Chloroplast without grana are called Show Answer

Q82) Which cell organelle is known as power house of cell ? Show Answer

Q83) In which type of division synapsis occur ? Show Answer

Q84) Pachytene occurs during Show Answer

Q85) Chiasmata formation occurs during Show Answer

Q86) The nuclear membrane disappear in mitosis, at Show Answer

Q87) The cellular structure which always disappear during mitosis is Show Answer

Q88) The duplication of chromosome occurs in mitosis during Show Answer

Q89) Karyokinesis means division of Show Answer

Q90) In meiosis, bivalent condition of chromosomes occurs in Show Answer

Q91) In meiosis, terminalisation almost completed in Show Answer

Q92) Which type of cell division occurs in somatic cells? Show Answer

Q93) Which type of cell division occurs in reproductive cells ? Show Answer

Q94) In yeast, which type of cell division occurs ? Show Answer

Q95) In algae, which type of cell division occurs ? Show Answer

Q96) In mitosis, spindle formation occurs in Show Answer

Q97) In animal which type of cytokinesis occurs ? Show Answer

Q98) Which of the following is not related to DNA ? Show Answer

Q99) An adenine pairs with Show Answer

Q100) Circular DNA is found in Show Answer

Q101) Double standed RNA is found in Show Answer

Q102) Which type of RNA is the smallest ? Show Answer

Q103) Nucleotides are composed of Show Answer

Q104) Genes are segments of Show Answer

Q105) Nitrogenous base lacks Show Answer

Q106) 'T' form of DNA is present in Show Answer

Q107) Consider the following statements regarding the living cell.
(I) The golgi apparatus links carbohydrates with proteins to form glycoproteins.
(II) In plants, the golgi complex synthesis pectin.
(III) The lysosomes store the hydrolysing enzymes.
Which of these statements is/are correct ? Show Answer

Q108) The largest somatic chromosome number, 1262 has been recorded in Show Answer

Q109) Which one of the following groups of organisms is of prokaryotes ? Show Answer

Q110) The chromosome theory of inheritance was first postulated by Show Answer

Q111) The process by which DNA gives rise to RNA is known as Show Answer

Q112) The enzymes that are used as molecular scissors to cut DNA at specific sites for various purposes in genetic engineering are Show Answer

Q113) The total genetic material within an individual is known as the Show Answer

Cells are functional unit of life.
Cells are totipotent. Show Answer

Mitochondria is an important cell organelle of both eukayotes and prokaryotes.
They are called power-house. Show Answer

DNA serves as hereditary material.
DNA functions as blue print for building and running cellular machinery. Show Answer

Q117) Which one of the following statement is correct ? Show Answer

Q118) Which of the following contain enzymes for cellular respiration ? Show Answer

Q119) Which one of the following are reservoirs of hydrolytoc enzymes ? Show Answer

Q120) Who proposed the name meiosis ? Show Answer

Q121) Consider the following statements regarding osmosis in animal cells
(I) If the water potential of the solution surrounding the cell is too high, the cell shrinks.
(II) If the water potential of the solution surrounding the cell is too low, the cell swells and bursts.
(III) It is important to maintain a constant water potential inside the animal body.
(IV) In animal cells, water potential for exceeds the solute potential.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ? Show Answer

Q122) Cell membrane is selectively permeable because Show Answer

Q123) Which of the following group is present in animal cells ? Show Answer

Q124) Which one among the following all orgenelles is semi-permeable ? Show Answer