Practice Test


Q1) The branch of science which deals with the study of tissues is called Show Answer


Q2) The term 'tissue' was coined by Show Answer


Q3) The human body has about _________ different types of cells. Show Answer


Q4) The average number of cells in human body is nearly Show Answer


Q5) Group of cells forming a tissue have the Show Answer


Q6) Tissues can originate from all except Show Answer


Q7) An orderly combination of tissues is called Show Answer


Q8) In an organ system, number of ________ work in co-ordination. Show Answer


Q9) Germ cells are Show Answer


Q10) The basic animal tissues contain Show Answer


Q11) The somatic tissues are of _______ types. Show Answer


Q12) Epithelium is found on Show Answer


Q13) Epithelium originates from Show Answer


Q14) Epithelial cells are Show Answer


Q15) The basement membrane of epithelium is Show Answer


Q16) The basement membrane of epithelium is Show Answer


Q17) Epithelial tissue has all the following except Show Answer


Q18) Cells of epithelial tissue receive nutrients Show Answer


Q19) Epithelium is further classified into 2 types based on the Show Answer


Q20) Cells of epithelium are useful in Show Answer


Q21) All the cells of ________ rest on basement membranes. Show Answer


Q22) Simple epithelium is Show Answer


Q23) Which of the following have flat and polygonal cells ? Show Answer


Q24) Squamous epithelium performs Show Answer


Q25) The nucleus of squamous epithelial cells Show Answer


Q26) Squamous epithelium is found in the inner lining of Show Answer


Q27) Squamous epithelial cells have all the properties except Show Answer


Q28) Peritoneum of the coelom contains Show Answer


Q29) The cells of the thyroid gland are mainly Show Answer


Q30) Cuboidal epithelial cells Show Answer


Q31) The cells of the renal tubule of kidney are mainly Show Answer


Q32) Germinal cells lining the testis and ovary which undergo meiosis to form gametes are Show Answer


Q33) Cuboidal epithelial cells are mainly for Show Answer


Q34) The cells forming the inner lining of digestive system (stomach, intenstines etc) are mainly Show Answer


Q35) The cells forming the inner lining of the upper respiratory tract are mainly Show Answer


Q36) The cells forming the inner lining of fallopian tubes are mainly Show Answer


Q37) Columnar epithelial cells have all the following except Show Answer


Q38) The part of the columnar epithelium which rests on the basement membrane is Show Answer


Q39) The free end of columnar cells is called Show Answer


Q40) The end of columnar cells attached to the basement membrane is called Show Answer


Q41) The narrow end of columnar cells is called Show Answer


Q42) The broad end of columnar cells is called Show Answer


Q43) Nucleus of columnar cells is present Show Answer


Q44) Columnar epithelium is classified into two types based on Show Answer


Q45) Nucleus of columnar epithelial cells Show Answer


Q46) Finger-like protoplasmic projections are Show Answer


Q47) Surface area is increased by Show Answer


Q48) The sputum (cough) that comes out of the nose is thrown by Show Answer


Q49) The fertilized zygote in humans is carried to the womb for implantation by Show Answer


Q50) The processes arising from basal granules are Show Answer


Q51) Thin protoplasmic extensions from the anterior end of ciliated columnar epithelium are Show Answer


Q52) _______ are protoplasmic projections from the apical regions of non ciliated columnar epithelium. Show Answer


Q53) Microvilli are present in Show Answer


Q54) Microvilli help in Show Answer


Q55) __________ are capable of vibratory movements. Show Answer


Q56) The processes capable of trapping foreign particles and removing them are Show Answer


Q57) The processes that help in the movement of non-motile ovum are Show Answer


Q58) Secreting epithelium is Show Answer


Q59) Glandular epithelium synthesizes Show Answer


Q60) Glands with ducts are called Show Answer


Q61) Glands without ducts are called Show Answer


Q62) Glands which pour their secretion directly in blood are Show Answer


Q63) The glands responsible for external body secretions are Show Answer


Q64) The glands responsible for maintaining a constant internal environment (Homeostasis) is Show Answer


Q65) Hormones are produced by Show Answer


Q66) Enzymes are produced by Show Answer


Q67) Islets of Langerhans are Show Answer


Q68) Testis and ovaries are Show Answer


Q69) Thyroid and parathyroid are Show Answer


Q70) Glands of stomach and intestine are Show Answer


Q71) Tear glands and salivary glands are Show Answer


Q72) Pituitary gland is an Show Answer


Q73) Pancreas is an Show Answer


Q74) Unicellular and multicellular glands are the types of Show Answer


Q75) An example of unicellular gland is Show Answer


Q76) Goblet cells secrete Show Answer


Q77) Mucous is Show Answer


Q78) Goblet cells lines the Show Answer


Q79) In multicellular glands, large number of glandular cells aggregate and form distinct Show Answer


Q80) Sudoriferous gland secretes Show Answer


Q81) Seabaceous gland secrete Show Answer


Q82) Multicellular exocrine glands are classified as simple or compound based on their Show Answer


Q83) Multicelluar exocrine glands are classified as branched or unbranched based on their Show Answer


Q84) Which of the following is not a modification of epithelial cells ? Show Answer


Q85) Which of the following is not a function of epithelium ? Show Answer


Q86) Compound epithelium is made of Show Answer


Q87) It stratified epithelium, ____________ cells touch the basement membrane. Show Answer


Q88) The layer of cells touching the basement membrane in stratified epithelium is called Show Answer


Q89) Cells of stratum germinativum Show Answer


Q90) In stratified epithelium, Show Answer


Q91) In stratified epithelium, the lower-most cells are Show Answer


Q92) The intercellular matrix is negligible or absent in which of the following tissue ? Show Answer


Q93) Pseudostratified epithelium is always Show Answer


Q94) The tissue that binds, supports and provides strength to other body tissues is Show Answer


Q95) The tissue that forms protective sheath (covering) around organs like kidney, spleen etc is Show Answer


Q96) Connective tissue originates from Show Answer


Q97) Connective tissue is made up Show Answer


Q98) Connective tissue is present Show Answer


Q99) Which of the folllowing is CORRECT about connective tissue ? Show Answer


Q100) All the following connective tissues have a rich supply of blood except Show Answer


Q101) Which of the following are conective tissues proper ? Show Answer


Q102) Which of the following are skeletal connective tissues ? Show Answer


Q103) Which of the following are fluid connective tissues ? Show Answer


Q104) Areol' in areolar connective tissue means Show Answer


Q105) Areolar connective tissue is also called Show Answer


Q106) The most abundant type of connective tissue is Show Answer


Q107) Connective tissues forms ________ % of the total body weight. Show Answer


Q108) Which of these tissues is mainly found below the skin, muscles and bones ? Show Answer


Q109) The matrix in areolar connective tissue is made up of Show Answer


Q110) The fibres in areolar connective tissue are Show Answer


Q111) Which of the following is CORRECT ? Show Answer


Q112) When collagen fibres are removed from the areolar tissue, Show Answer


Q113) The wavy fibres of areolar connective tissue are Show Answer


Q114) The unbranched fibres of areolar connective tissue are Show Answer


Q115) The branched fibres of areolar connective tissue are Show Answer


Q116) The fibres of areolar connective tissue arranged singly are Show Answer


Q117) The fibres of areolar connective tissue arranged bundles are Show Answer


Q118) The inter-connected fibres of areolar connective tissue to form a network are Show Answer


Q119) The fibres of areolar connective tissue are produced by Show Answer


Q120) Which of the following describes yellow fibres of areolar connective tissue ? Show Answer


Q121) Which of the following describes the correct properties of fibres of areolar connective tissue ? Show Answer


Q122) Areolar connective tissue has Show Answer


Q123) Fibroblasts produces Show Answer


Q124) The extra-cellular matrix is produced by Show Answer


Q125) The cells of areolar tissue which engulfs micro-organisms are Show Answer


Q126) The cells of areolar tissue which are large and amoeboid are Show Answer


Q127) The cells of areolar tissue which store fats are Show Answer


Q128) The cells are areolar tissue which are found mainly surrounding blood vessels are Show Answer


Q129) The cells are areolar tissue with many branching processes are Show Answer


Q130) The most numerous cells of areolar tissue are Show Answer


Q131) Mast cells of areolar connective tissue secrete Show Answer


Q132) Which of the following helps in coagulation of blood ? Show Answer


Q133) Which of the following helps in dilation of blood vessels ? Show Answer


Q134) Which of the following helps in inflammatory response to injury or infection ? Show Answer


Q135) Adipose tissue differs from areolar tissue in having Show Answer


Q136) Adipose tissue is a modified Show Answer


Q137) In adipocytes, the fat is stored Show Answer


Q138) In adipocytes, the nucleus is Show Answer


Q139) In the adipocytes, the cytoplasm is Show Answer


Q140) The two types of adipose tissue are Show Answer


Q141) Brown adipose tissue is reddish brown in colour due to Show Answer


Q142) The tissue/s mainly found in adult humans are Show Answer


Q143) The tissue/s mainly found in foetus and infants are Show Answer


Q144) An obese person has Show Answer


Q145) An obese person has _______________ lean person. Show Answer


Q146) A single (monolocular) large fat globule is present in the adipocytes of Show Answer


Q147) Many (polylocular) small fat globules are present in the adipocytes of Show Answer


Q148) The fat storing energy reserve tissue is Show Answer


Q149) Adipose tissue Show Answer


Q150) Extensions of muscles are called Show Answer


Q151) Tendons connect Show Answer


Q152) Mark the CORRECT statement. Show Answer


Q153) The structure/s that provides flexibility to joints are Show Answer


Q154) The structure/s that prevent dislocation of bones is/are called Show Answer


Q155) Which of the following forms the framework of the body ? Show Answer


Q156) The sheath enclosing the cartilage is Show Answer


Q157) The sheath enclosing the cartilage is made up of Show Answer


Q158) The perichondrium of the cartilage contains Show Answer


Q159) The matrix of cartilage is Show Answer


Q160) The matrix of cartilage is called Show Answer


Q161) The cells of cartilage are Show Answer


Q162) The immature cells of cartilage are Show Answer


Q163) The mature cells of cartilage are Show Answer


Q164) The cells of cartilage are present in Show Answer


Q165) The cartilage forming cells are Show Answer


Q166) Each lacuna contains Show Answer


Q167) Exchange of nutrients between chondrocytes and matrix takes place by Show Answer


Q168) The weakest type of cartilage is Show Answer


Q169) Chondrin contains very fine collagen fibres in Show Answer


Q170) Glass like matrix is seen in Show Answer


Q171) Chondrin in hyaline cartilage is Show Answer


Q172) The cartilage that helps in reducing friction is Show Answer


Q173) The cartilage that acts as a shock absorber is Show Answer


Q174) The cartilage present at the end of long bones is Show Answer


Q175) The cartilage present in the nose tip is Show Answer


Q176) The cartilage present in the larynx is Show Answer


Q177) Fetal and embryonic skeleton is formed of Show Answer


Q178) Hyaline cartilage is present at the _______ end of ribs. Show Answer


Q179) Hyaline cartilage is found in all of the following except Show Answer


Q180) In hyaline cartilage, matrix is not Show Answer


Q181) Chondrin contains yellow fibres in Show Answer


Q182) The cartilage that helps in maintaining shape is Show Answer


Q183) The cartilage present in epiglottis is Show Answer


Q184) The cartilage present in the external ear auricle is Show Answer


Q185) The cartilage present in the trachea is Show Answer


Q186) The strongest and the most rigid type of cartilage is Show Answer


Q187) The cartilage not having perichondrium is Show Answer


Q188) Chondrin contains large bundles of white fibres in Show Answer


Q189) The cartilage present in inter-vertebral discs is Show Answer


Q190) The cartilage present in public symphysis is Show Answer


Q191) Chondrin contains various calcium salts in Show Answer


Q192) The cartilage having least flexibility found in old age is Show Answer


Q193) The cartilage that helps in the fusion of different organs of the body is Show Answer


Q194) The CORRECT statement is Show Answer


Q195) The sheath enclosing the bone is Show Answer


Q196) The sheath enclosing the bone is made up of Show Answer


Q197) The periosteum contains Show Answer


Q198) Hydroxy-apatite is represented by Show Answer


Q199) The matrix of bone is Show Answer


Q200) The matrix of bone is called Show Answer


Q201) The cells of bone are Show Answer


Q202) The layer surrounding marrow cavity is called Show Answer


Q203) The matrix of bone is hard due to the deposition of Show Answer


Q204) Lamellae in the bone are concentric layers of Show Answer


Q205) The structural unit of bone is Show Answer


Q206) Presence of Haversian canal in a bone indicates that it belongs to Show Answer


Q207) The characteristics of bone cells are the presence of Show Answer


Q208) The cavity containing bone cells is Show Answer


Q209) The centre of Haversian system is occupied by Show Answer


Q210) Haversion canal contains Show Answer


Q211) Columns of bones called trabeculae are seen in Show Answer


Q212) Haversion systems are seen in Show Answer


Q213) Lots of space filled with red bone marrow is seen in Show Answer


Q214) Dense bone without spaces is Show Answer


Q215) The site of haemopoeisis (formation of blood cells) is Show Answer


Q216) The site of fat cell storage i.e., yellow bone marrow is enclosed in Show Answer


Q217) Compact bone is seen in Show Answer


Q218) Haversion system is a characteristic feature of Show Answer


Q219) The supporting framework outside the body is Show Answer


Q220) A lower animal like Pila have Show Answer


Q221) A bone gives attachment to tendons, muscles and ligaments at Show Answer


Q222) Matrix of bone differs from that of cartilage in having ________ in it. Show Answer


Q223) Find the odd one with reference to cartilage and bone. Show Answer


Q224) Which of the following is not an example of connective tissue ? Show Answer


Q225) In areolar connective tissue the yellow fibres are formed by a protein Show Answer


Q226) Mature cells of bone are called Show Answer


Q227) Mammalian pinna shows Show Answer


Q228) Histamine, heparin and serotonin are secreted by Show Answer


Q229) Connective tissue are classified depending upon the type of Show Answer


Q230) Tendon connects Show Answer


Q231) Which of the following is a contractile tissue ? Show Answer


Q232) Muscular tisue is derived from embryonic Show Answer


Q233) There are about ________ types of muscles in the human body. Show Answer


Q234) Muscles fibres contain Show Answer


Q235) Muscle fibres are Show Answer


Q236) Muscle tissue forms _________ % of body weight. Show Answer


Q237) Sarcolemma is made up of Show Answer


Q238) Muscular tissue has Show Answer


Q239) Skeletal muscles are formed of Show Answer


Q240) Striated voluntary muscles are Show Answer


Q241) Non-striated involuntary muscles are Show Answer


Q242) Striated involuntary muscles are Show Answer


Q243) Non-striated voluntary muscles are Show Answer


Q244) The muscles attached to the bones of head, trunk and limbs are Show Answer


Q245) Visceral muscles are formed of Show Answer


Q246) Cross striations in the form of light and dark bands are seen in Show Answer


Q247) Actin and myosin filaments are present in Show Answer


Q248) Light and dark bands are seen in Show Answer


Q249) The band that allows light to pass through and appears light is Show Answer


Q250) The band that does not allows light to pass through it and appears dark is Show Answer


Q251) The narrow dark line seen in the light band is called ________ line. Show Answer


Q252) The narrow light line seen within the dark band is Show Answer


Q253) The structural and functional unit of muscle is Show Answer


Q254) Sarcomere is the portion between two adjacent _______ lines. Show Answer


Q255) A sarcomere contains Show Answer


Q256) Smooth muscle fibres have all except Show Answer


Q257) Nerves of the central nervous system innervates Show Answer


Q258) Smooth muscles are innervated by Show Answer


Q259) The muscles responsible for the movement of our head are Show Answer


Q260) The muscles responsible for the movement of food in the digestive system are Show Answer


Q261) The muscles responsible for peristalsis are Show Answer


Q262) The muscles which are easily fatigued are Show Answer


Q263) The muscles which are never fatigued are Show Answer


Q264) Myofibrils in a muscle fibre are arranged Show Answer


Q265) Wrinkles during old age is due to Show Answer


Q266) Muscles of tongue are Show Answer


Q267) Tendon is formed of Show Answer


Q268) Smooth muscles show Show Answer


Q269) Smooth muscles fibres are Show Answer


Q270) The frequency and intensity of contraction of smooth muscles Show Answer


Q271) The muscles present in reproductive organs are Show Answer


Q272) The muscles present in urinary system are Show Answer


Q273) The muscles present in stomach and intestine are Show Answer


Q274) The muscles present in blood vessels are Show Answer


Q275) A large single, central nucleus is seen in Show Answer


Q276) The muscles present in the myocardium are Show Answer


Q277) Branched muscles cells are present in Show Answer


Q278) The stored food material in muscles is Show Answer


Q279) Uninucleate muscle cells which appear multinucleate are seen in Show Answer


Q280) Zig-zag junctions are seen in Show Answer


Q281) Cardiac muscle cells are inter-connected by Show Answer


Q282) Intercalated discs are formed by Show Answer


Q283) All muscles of cardiac muscles are inter-connected to form Show Answer


Q284) __________ muscles are immune to fatigue. Show Answer


Q285) The tissue which joins bone to bone is called Show Answer


Q286) The Z line is also called Show Answer


Q287) The lacunae are inter-connected by Show Answer


Q288) Nervous tissues is composed of Show Answer


Q289) Another name for nerve cell is Show Answer


Q290) Supporting cells of nervous tissue are Show Answer


Q291) The structural and functional unit of nervous tissue is called Show Answer


Q292) Nervous tissue Show Answer


Q293) Neuron is Show Answer


Q294) Excitation of neurons occurs when the external stimuli changes their Show Answer


Q295) The property of carrying a wave of electrical impulse is Show Answer


Q296) Neurons have Show Answer


Q297) Which of the following are neuroglial cells ? Show Answer


Q298) Inter-neuronal space contains Show Answer


Q299) The cells capable of regeneration and division are Show Answer


Q300) The nerve cells are not capable of division due to the Show Answer


Q301) Neuroglial cells Show Answer


Q302) The membrane covering the neuron is Show Answer


Q303) The body of the neuron is Show Answer


Q304) The cyton of neuron has all the following except Show Answer


Q305) Nissl's granules are rich in Show Answer


Q306) Nissl's granules are present in Show Answer


Q307) Nissl's granules of nerve cells are Show Answer


Q308) The thin cytoplasmic processes of neurons are Show Answer


Q309) The thick cytoplasmic processes of neurons are Show Answer


Q310) Multiple cytoplasmic processes in a neuron are Show Answer


Q311) The cytoplasmic processes that carry impulses towards the cyton are Show Answer


Q312) The cytoplasmic processes that carry impulses away from the cyton are Show Answer


Q313) The longest cytoplasmic process of a neuron is Show Answer


Q314) Axoplasm differs from neuroplasm in the Show Answer


Q315) Axoplasm does not contain Show Answer


Q316) Schwann cells are present Show Answer


Q317) Schwann cells are present in Show Answer


Q318) Myelin sheath is produced by Show Answer


Q319) The terminal knob like structures present in the axon are Show Answer


Q320) The neuron which is associated with the external receptors is Show Answer


Q321) The neuron which is associated with the effector organ is Show Answer


Q322) The neuron which is present within the brain and spinal cord is Show Answer


Q323) The neuron which carries impulse towards the CNS is Show Answer


Q324) The neuron which responds to external stimuli is Show Answer


Q325) The neuron which analyses and interprets the impulse is Show Answer


Q326) Myelin sheath in medullary neurons is Show Answer


Q327) The points where myelin sheath is absent in a myelinated neuron is Show Answer


Q328) The nervous system of invertebrates is made up of Show Answer


Q329) The nervous system of vertebrates is made up of Show Answer


Q330) The central nervous system of vertebrates is made up of Show Answer


Q331) The autonomic nervous system of vertebrates is made up of Show Answer


Q332) Cranial nerves and spinal nerves in vertebrates is made up of Show Answer


Q333) Sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves in vertebrates is made up of Show Answer


Q334) The autonomic nervous system of vertebrates is _________ the central nervous system. Show Answer


Q335) Synapse is the _______ contact between the axon of one neuron and dendron of the other. Show Answer


Q336) The space enclosed between telodendron of one neuron and cyton of the other neuron is Show Answer


Q337) When the impulse needs to be transferred across the synapse, _________ is released from telodendrites. Show Answer


Q338) The transmission of impulse through the synapse is Show Answer


Q339) After the impulse travels through the synapse, Show Answer


Q340) Telodendrians are filled with _________. Show Answer


Q341) Neurosecretory materials of telodendrons acts as Show Answer


Q342) A large number of nerve fibers are bound together in bundles by Show Answer


Q343) Bundles of nerve fibers are surrounded by Show Answer


Q344) Epithelium does not shows which of the following ? Show Answer


Q345) The longest cell in human body is Show Answer


Q346) Telondendria contain Show Answer


Q347) The covering of cartilage is perichondrium while that of bone is Show Answer


Q348) Nissl's granules are found in Show Answer


Q349) Microvilli are found in the epithelium of Show Answer


Q350) Which tissue is found in camel's hump ? Show Answer


Q351) Nerve fibre is different form muscle fibre due to the presence of Show Answer


Q352) Find the ODD one out. Show Answer


Q353) The basement membrane of epithelium is made up of Show Answer


Q354) Pavement epithelium is a synonym for Show Answer


Q355) Find the ODD one out. Show Answer


Q356) The organ having compound epithelium is Show Answer


Q357) Which of the following describes white fibres of areolar connective tissue ? Show Answer


Q358) Ligaments connect Show Answer


Q359) The correct statement is Show Answer


Q360) Spongy bone is seen in Show Answer


Q361) Find the correct combination. Show Answer


Q362) Nerves of the autonomic nervous system innervate Show Answer


Q363) Nissl's granules help in Show Answer


Q364) The neuron which carries impulse away from the CNS is Show Answer


Q365) The jumping of impulses from one node of Ranvier to other is Show Answer


Q366) Nerve cells originated from embryonic Show Answer


Q367) Neuroglial cells differ from neuron in having Show Answer


Q368) Myelinated neurons show faster conduction of impulses due to Show Answer


Q369) The name Pheretima for common earthworm was first used by Show Answer


Q370) ______________ is the scientific name of Indian earthworm. Show Answer


Q371) Earthworm belongs to the phylum Show Answer


Q372) Why does earthworm belong to phylum annelida ? Show Answer


Q373) What is NOT TRUE about earthworm ? Show Answer


Q374) Pheretima posthuma live in ____________ during rainy season. Show Answer


Q375) Earthworm has narrow body with Show Answer


Q376) Mature earthworm measures about Show Answer


Q377) Mature earthworm measures ____________ in width. Show Answer


Q378) The glistening brown colour of Pheretima is due to Show Answer


Q379) The dorsal surface of earthworm body is ________ in colour. Show Answer


Q380) The body of earthworm consists of _________ segments. Show Answer


Q381) Mature earthworm is divided into three regions, namely Show Answer


Q382) First segment around mouth is known as Show Answer


Q383) Anterior end of peristomium shows the presence of a small fleshy lobe called Show Answer


Q384) Prostomium is a/an Show Answer


Q385) Segment of earthworm bearing mouth is Show Answer


Q386) Citellum plays an important role in Show Answer


Q387) The main function of clitellum is Show Answer


Q388) Setae or chaeta are not present in Show Answer


Q389) The locomotion in earthworm is with the help of Show Answer


Q390) The shape of setae in earthworm is Show Answer


Q391) Earthworms show ________ type of external openings. Show Answer


Q392) Mouth of earthworm is ______________ shaped. Show Answer


Q393) Earthworm is sexually Show Answer


Q394) In earthworm pair of male genital openings are present Show Answer


Q395) Female genital aperture is present Show Answer


Q396) Spermathecal pore in Pheretima are found in the grooves between Show Answer


Q397) Dorsal pores in earthworm are the opening of Show Answer


Q398) Body wall of earthworm is Show Answer


Q399) Epidermis of body wall of earthworm is present inner to Show Answer


Q400) Muscles of body wall of earthworm is present below Show Answer


Q401) In earthworm , coelomic epithelium is made up of Show Answer


Q402) Digestive system of earthworm is Show Answer


Q403) Which of the following is NOT CORRECT regarding the mouth of earthworm ? Show Answer


Q404) In earthworm, pharynx is __________shaped. Show Answer


Q405) Which of the following is NOT CORRECT about the oesophagus of earthworm ? Show Answer


Q406) Gizzard is _________ in earthworm. Show Answer


Q407) Which important organ is present in the 8th body segment of earthworm ? Show Answer


Q408) In earthworm, gizzard opens into tubular structure called Show Answer


Q409) The mastication of food take place in earthworm by Show Answer


Q410) In earthworm, stomach extends up to ________ segments. Show Answer


Q411) In earthworm, stomach secretes Show Answer


Q412) Which is the longest part of alimentary canal in earthworm ? Show Answer


Q413) In earthworm, one of the dorsal villus becomes large and forms Show Answer


Q414) Typhlosole is totally absent in the Show Answer


Q415) In earthworm, intestinal caeca arise from the intestional wall in _______ segment. Show Answer


Q416) Intestinal caeca secretes __________ enzyme. Show Answer


Q417) __________ region is the longest one among the 3 intestinal regions. Show Answer


Q418) In earthworm, typhlosole is the part of _________ system. Show Answer


Q419) In Pheretima posthuma, post-typhlosor region is called Show Answer


Q420) In Pheretima posthuma, post-typhlosolar region is present in the Show Answer


Q421) In earthworm, the typhlosole is a part of the Show Answer


Q422) In earthworm, organs of excretion are present in all the segments except Show Answer


Q423) In earthworm, excretion takes place by Show Answer


Q424) In earthworm, nephridia are situated in all segments except Show Answer


Q425) In earthworm, integumentary nephridia are present from _______ segment onwards. Show Answer


Q426) In earthworm, integumentary nephridia open Show Answer


Q427) Which of the following are called exonephric nephridia ? Show Answer


Q428) Which of the following are called enternonephric nephridia ? Show Answer


Q429) In earthworm, pharyngeal nephridia lie in the ________ segment/s. Show Answer


Q430) The function of pharyngeal nephridia is to Show Answer


Q431) Which of the following nephridia is not found in earthworm ? Show Answer


Q432) In earthworm, the primary function of enteronephric nephridia is Show Answer


Q433) In earthworm, the secondary role of nephridia is Show Answer


Q434) The central nervous system of earthworm is made up of Show Answer


Q435) In earthworm, supra-pharyngeal ganglia is located Show Answer


Q436) In earthworm, supra-pharyngeal ganglia are located Show Answer


Q437) In earthworm, each cerebral ganglion gives ________ nerves. Show Answer


Q438) In earthworm, nerves arising from cerebral ganglion supply the Show Answer


Q439) In earthworm, a pair of sub-pharyngeal ganglion is present on the Show Answer


Q440) In earthworm, nerve cord is Show Answer


Q441) In earthworm, a pair of sub-pharyngeal ganglion is present in _________ segment. Show Answer


Q442) In earthworm, nerve cord arises from Show Answer


Q443) In earthworm nerve cord is enclosed in a common sheath called Show Answer


Q444) In earthworm, nerve cord has _________ in each segment. Show Answer


Q445) In earthworm, nerves arising from the brain run forward and innervate the Show Answer


Q446) In earthworm, in each segment _______ nerve fibers arise from segmental ganglion and innervate the segment. Show Answer


Q447) In earthworm, sympathetic or autonomic nervous system is situated in the Show Answer


Q448) In earthworm, nerve plexuese are connected with the Show Answer


Q449) The common species of cockroach found in India is/are Show Answer


Q450) Cockroach belongs to phylum Show Answer


Q451) Cockroach belongs to phylum Arthropoda due to the presence of Show Answer


Q452) Cockroaches are Show Answer


Q453) Periplaneta americana measures about _______ in length. Show Answer


Q454) Periplaneta americana measures about _______ in breadth. Show Answer


Q455) Cockroach is Show Answer


Q456) Body cavity cockroach is called Show Answer


Q457) Haemocoel is filled with Show Answer


Q458) In cockroach, each segment is subdivided into _______ plates. Show Answer


Q459) In cockroach, the dorsal plate is known as Show Answer


Q460) In cockroach, ventral plate of each segment is known as Show Answer


Q461) In cockroach, lateral plates of each segment is known as Show Answer


Q462) Body of cockroach is divided into Show Answer


Q463) The head of cockroach is Show Answer


Q464) The head of cockroach is Show Answer


Q465) The head of cockroach is attached to thorax by Show Answer


Q466) In cockroach, Show Answer


Q467) In cockroach _________ fuse and form head capsules. Show Answer


Q468) Head of cockroach bears Show Answer


Q469) Compound eyes of cockroach are ________ shaped. Show Answer


Q470) Compound eyes of the cockroach are made up of large number of hexagonal facets called Show Answer


Q471) In cockroach , antennae Show Answer


Q472) In cockroach, antennae are present Show Answer


Q473) In cockroach, at the base of each antennae there are white spots called Show Answer


Q474) Mouth parts of cockroach are Show Answer


Q475) In cockroach, upper lip is a flap-like movable structure called Show Answer


Q476) In cockroach, labrum is useful Show Answer


Q477) In cockroach, mandibles are present Show Answer


Q478) In cockroach, __________ are called accessory jaws. Show Answer


Q479) In cockroach, _________ is also called the second maxillae. Show Answer


Q480) In cockroach, __________ is useful in pushing chewed food in pre-oral cavity. Show Answer


Q481) In cockroach, tarsus is made up of five movable seegments called Show Answer


Q482) In cockroach, fore wing is useful in _______. Whereas hind wing is useful in _______. Show Answer


Q483) In cockroach, thorax is made up of _________ segment. Show Answer


Q484) In cockroach, thorax bears Show Answer


Q485) Each walking leg of cockroach consists of a linear series of Show Answer


Q486) Abdomen of cockroach has _______ segments. Show Answer


Q487) In cockroach, dorsally each segment is covered by a Show Answer


Q488) Gential openings in cockroach are surrounded by the chitinous plate called Show Answer


Q489) Gonapophyses are found in __________ cockroaches. Show Answer


Q490) In cockroach, alimentary canal is _________ in length. Show Answer


Q491) The alimentary canal in cockroach is divided into Show Answer


Q492) In cockroach, fore gut consists of Show Answer


Q493) In cockroach, pharynx is Show Answer


Q494) In cockroach, both mouth and pharynx possess Show Answer


Q495) In cockroach, crop is Show Answer


Q496) In cockroach, food from crop enters into Show Answer


Q497) In cockroach, gizzard is provided with a Show Answer


Q498) In cockroach, gizzard is Show Answer


Q499) In cockroach, gizzard marks the end of Show Answer


Q500) In cockroach, midgut consist of Show Answer


Q501) In cockroach, thin transparent blind tubules arranged in a rosette fashion in the anterior part of the stomach is called Show Answer


Q502) Hepatic caeca in cockroach is useful in Show Answer


Q503) In cockroach, mid-gut is the organ of Show Answer


Q504) In cockroach, hind gut consists of Show Answer


Q505) In cockroach, malpighian tubules are present at the junction of Show Answer


Q506) In cockroach, malphigian tubules pour their product into the Show Answer


Q507) In cockroach, ________ is a coiled and wide tube. Show Answer


Q508) In cockroach, rectum is Show Answer


Q509) State the locomotion of salivary gland in cockroach. Show Answer


Q510) Salivary duct of cockroach opens at the base of Show Answer


Q511) Saliva is stored in Show Answer


Q512) Tendency of eating one's own kind is called Show Answer


Q513) Most important excretory organs in cockroach are Show Answer


Q514) How many malpighian tubules occur in cockroach ? Show Answer


Q515) In cockroach, malphighian tubules are Show Answer


Q516) In male cockroach, nitrogen is excreted by the mushroom shaped gland called Show Answer


Q517) Chains of cells around the heart of cockroach in pericardial sinus are called Show Answer


Q518) Nephrocytes are connected with Show Answer


Q519) Cockroach brain is also referred to as a Show Answer


Q520) In cockroach, sub-oesophageal ganglion is situated in the head below the Show Answer


Q521) In cockroach, circum-oesophageal connectives arise from Show Answer


Q522) In cockroach, nerve cord is Show Answer


Q523) In cockroach, nerve cord arises from the Show Answer


Q524) The nerve cord of cockroach runs along the _______ of the body. Show Answer


Q525) In cockroach, thoracic ganglia are __________ pairs. Show Answer


Q526) In cockroach there are Show Answer


Q527) ____________ abdominal ganglion in cockroach is the largest. Show Answer


Q528) Nerves for antennae and labrum arise from Show Answer


Q529) Nerves that supply to the mandible, maxillae and labium arise from Show Answer


Q530) Indian bull frog is the common name of Show Answer


Q531) Aestivation is Show Answer


Q532) Hibernation is Show Answer


Q533) Aestivation /hibernation is seen in Show Answer


Q534) Rana tigrina belongs to class Show Answer


Q535) Frog is included in class Amphibia because Show Answer


Q536) Species tigrina shows that Show Answer


Q537) Body of frog is Show Answer


Q538) Dorsal side of frog is Show Answer


Q539) Ventral side of frog is Show Answer


Q540) Rana tigrina is Show Answer


Q541) Body of frog is protected by Show Answer


Q542) In frog, body cavity is filled with Show Answer


Q543) Body of frog is divided into Show Answer


Q544) Upper eyelid of frog is Show Answer


Q545) In frog, there is transparent thin third eyelid called Show Answer


Q546) In frog, brow spot is located in the Show Answer


Q547) In frog, brow spot connected during the development with Show Answer


Q548) Vocal sac is present in Show Answer


Q549) In male frog, during the breeding season inner digit shows thickening called Show Answer


Q550) ________ helps frog during copulation. Show Answer


Q551) Which of the statements is NOT CORRECT related to the mouth of frog ? Show Answer


Q552) In frog, inner side of lip shows the presence of groove called Show Answer


Q553) In frog, the upper jaw bears Show Answer


Q554) Which of the following is the CORRECT statement ? Show Answer


Q555) In frog, teeth are Show Answer


Q556) In frog, Show Answer


Q557) In frog , tongue is Show Answer


Q558) In frog, bucco-pharyngeal cavity leads into oesophagus through Show Answer


Q559) In frog, stomach is present between Show Answer


Q560) Which are the different parts of stomach in frog ? Show Answer


Q561) In frog, the partially digested food is called Show Answer


Q562) In frog, backward movement of food is prevented by Show Answer


Q563) Which is the largest gland in the body of frog ? Show Answer


Q564) In frog, liver consists of _________ lobes. Show Answer


Q565) In frog, gall bladder is present Show Answer


Q566) In frog , which of the following is not the function of bile ? Show Answer


Q567) In frog, pancreas is _________ gland. Show Answer


Q568) In frog, ureter open into the Show Answer


Q569) In male frog __________ dilates to form seminal vesicle. Show Answer


Q570) Brain of frog is a Show Answer


Q571) In frog, brain is surrounded by ________ meninges. Show Answer


Q572) In frog, the space between the skull and duramater is the ________ space. Show Answer


Q573) In frog, cavity in the cerebral hemisphere is called Show Answer


Q574) In frog, olfactory lobe contains cavity called Show Answer


Q575) In frog, diencephalon is Show Answer


Q576) In frog, diencephalon is also called Show Answer


Q577) In frog, diencephalon contains cavity called Show Answer


Q578) The floor of diocoel is Show Answer


Q579) Pituitary gland is situated Show Answer


Q580) Rathke's pouch is the _______ part. Show Answer


Q581) The mid brain consist of Show Answer


Q582) In frog, optic lobe contains cavity called the Show Answer


Q583) In frog, hind brain consists of Show Answer


Q584) In frog, last part of the brain is called Show Answer


Q585) In frog, which part of the brain helps in balancing and co-ordination ? Show Answer


Q586) Autonomous nervous system in frog includes Show Answer


Q587) Earthworm belongs to phylum __________ and class _________. Show Answer


Q588) Another name for clitellum is Show Answer


Q589) The female genital pore of Pheretima posthuma is located upon ______ segment. Show Answer


Q590) Alimentary canal in earthworm extends from _______ to ________ segments of the body. Show Answer


Q591) The pair of male genital pore of earthworm is found in Show Answer


Q592) Which is the outermost layer of body wall of earthworm ? Show Answer


Q593) Which part of the alimentary canal is internally lined by cuticle ? Show Answer


Q594) In earthworm, defecation occurs in the form of Show Answer


Q595) In earthworm septal nephridium consists of Show Answer


Q596) Which is not an enteronephric nephridia of earthworm ? Show Answer


Q597) In earthworm , brain is made up of Show Answer


Q598) In earthworm, nerve cord is seen Show Answer


Q599) Cockroach is ________ in colour. Show Answer


Q600) Body of cockroach is protected by Show Answer


Q601) Head of cockroach is formed of _______ sclerites. Show Answer


Q602) Mouth part in cockroach are of Show Answer


Q603) In cockroach, anal styles are present Show Answer


Q604) In cockroach, malphigian tubules act as an organ of Show Answer


Q605) In cockroach, storage in the fat body is most important __________ mechanism. Show Answer


Q606) In cockroach ____________ acts as an excretory organs. Show Answer


Q607) In cockroach , nerve ring is formed by Show Answer


Q608) Scientific name of frog is Show Answer


Q609) In frog, behind and below the eyes circular obliquetly placed structure is known as Show Answer


Q610) Which one of the following is not related to the teeth of frog ? Show Answer


Q611) In frog, tongue is supported by Show Answer


Q612) In frog, small intestine is divided into Show Answer


Q613) In frog, the primary function of liver is Show Answer


Q614) In frog, kidneys are Show Answer


Q615) In frog, fore brain consists of Show Answer


Q616) Which one of the following is NOT CORRECT about the diencephalon of frog ? Show Answer


Q617) In frog, which part of the brain controls the involuntary fuctions ? Show Answer


Q618) A thick circular band formed by 14th, 15th and 16th segment is called Show Answer


Q619) Clitellum is present in the segments Show Answer


Q620) Post clitellar region extends from _________ segment. Show Answer


Q621) In earthworm dorsal pores begin from _________ segment to last segment. Show Answer


Q622) Buccal chamber in earthworm extends from Show Answer


Q623) Pharynx in earthworm extends from Show Answer


Q624) In earthworm, oesophagus is present from _______ to ________ segment. Show Answer


Q625) Pre-typhlosolar region lies from _____ segment. Show Answer


Q626) In frog, excretory system consists of Show Answer


Q627) Ovary is an organ of: Show Answer


Q628) Oviducal funnel in frog is situated near the: Show Answer


Q629) Ripe ova are shed by ovaries into: Show Answer


Q630) Proliferative phase lasts for: Show Answer


Q631) Secretory phase is of: Show Answer


Q632) From each testis of frog arise about a dozen, small, delicate tubules called: Show Answer


Q633) Corpus adiposum refers to: Show Answer


Q634) Bidder's canal is found in: Show Answer


Q635) Gametes are produced by the process of gametogenesis in cells called: Show Answer


Q636) Germ cells or gametes of all vertebrates are called: Show Answer


Q637) In the testis, primary germinal cells undergo mitotic divisions to produce: Show Answer


Q638) In the process of gametogenesis in the testes, meiotic division takes place in the: Show Answer


Q639) Each testis is packed with: Show Answer


Q640) The Bidder's canal in frog helps to pass out: Show Answer


Q641) Cells of Leydig are found in: Show Answer


Q642) In a transverse section, frog's testis differ from that of human's testis in: Show Answer


Q643) In which part of female reproductive system of frog, eggs are stored temporary before spawning? Show Answer


Q644) In frog, the spermatozoa pass through which duct? Show Answer


Q645) The oviduct in frog is actually: Show Answer


Q646) The membrane which holds ovary in position is called: Show Answer


Q647) In human glandular tissue of each breast is divided into how many mammary lobes: Show Answer


Q648) Sperms and ova develop from: Show Answer


Q649) The cells of germinal epithelium in the gonads are of the following types: Show Answer


Q650) Spermatogonia undergo a growth phase to become: Show Answer


Q651) The gelatin coat of frog's egg keeps it: Show Answer


Q652) The egg of frog can be described as: Show Answer


Q653) Spermatozo are formed by the process of: Show Answer


Q654) In young oocytes, the Golgi bodies are found around the: Show Answer


Q655) Testosterone, a hormone responsible for the development of seconday sex characteristics of the male, is produced by the: Show Answer


Q656) The first meiotic division in the oogonium is completed when the egg is within the: Show Answer


Q657) If an unfertilized frog's egg is pricked with a micro-needle, it will: Show Answer


Q658) Development of an egg wihtout fertilization is called: Show Answer


Q659) The female rabbit is: Show Answer


Q660) Progestersone is secreted by: Show Answer


Q661) Graafian follicle is found in: Show Answer


Q662) The primary sex cells contain: Show Answer


Q663) The seminal vesicle or uterus masculinus in rabbit is found at the junction of: Show Answer


Q664) Which of the following is a hermaphrodite? Show Answer


Q665) Primary spermatocyte refers to: Show Answer


Q666) The acrosome plays important role in: Show Answer


Q667) In frog pseudocopulation occurs since penis is absent in the male and fertilization of the egg occurs: Show Answer


Q668) In frog the sperms released from the testis take the following route to reach Wolffian duct: Show Answer


Q669) Vegetal hemisphere of frog's egg contains yolk. It remains directed: Show Answer


Q670) Upward directed pigment part of frog's egg contains living cytoplasm. If is related with: Show Answer


Q671) In the male rabbit, testes are located in: Show Answer


Q672) Amnion is an extra-embryonic membrane which develops during the embryonic development in: Show Answer


Q673) External fertilization occurs almost exclusively in habitats that are: Show Answer


Q674) The centre of the primary follicle is occupied by: Show Answer


Q675) The secondary follicle differs from the primary follicle in that: Show Answer


Q676) Cumulus oophorus refers to: Show Answer


Q677) What are two types of cells seen in the seminiferous tubule? Show Answer


Q678) In a section of the testis, the groups of cells seen scattered between seminiferous tubules are: Show Answer


Q679) Septa which extend inward from the tunica albuginea separate the testes into compartments which contain: Show Answer


Q680) How many layers does the muscle coat of the oviduct have? Show Answer


Q681) Which hormone is responsible for the rupture of follicle and initiating the formation of corpus luteum? Show Answer


Q682) An atretic follicle is: Show Answer


Q683) The single layer of germinal epithelium covering the ovary is composed of: Show Answer


Q684) The layer immediately interior to the tunica albuginea which forms part of the cortex has a higher proportion of: Show Answer


Q685) Cryptorchidism is a condition in which testes are: Show Answer


Q686) Common method of asexual reproduction is by: Show Answer


Q687) The female equivalent of the glans of penis is the: Show Answer


Q688) Fertilization, embryonic development etc. occur in frog in: Show Answer


Q689) Release of oocyte from ovary of rabbit is termed: Show Answer


Q690) Human uterus is: Show Answer


Q691) Fertilization in rabbit, man and other placental mammals takes place in: Show Answer


Q692) When released from ovary, human egg contains: Show Answer


Q693) The oviduct in the body of a vertebrate are also referred to as: Show Answer


Q694) Spawning is another term for: Show Answer


Q695) Corpus albicans is: Show Answer


Q696) The actual genetic part of a sperm is: Show Answer


Q697) Human eggs are: Show Answer


Q698) Location of Leydig's cells and secretion they produce are: Show Answer


Q699) Spermatozoa were observed for the first time by: Show Answer


Q700) Amphimixis refers to: Show Answer


Q701) In reproduction of a test tube baby: Show Answer


Q702) Which of the following statements is correct? Show Answer


Q703) What is characteristically absent in frog's ovary? Show Answer


Q704) Parthenogenesis is very common in: Show Answer


Q705) Each potential gamete-forming cell in diploid organisms produces four gametes (functional and non-functional). The gametes of these organisms have the: Show Answer


Q706) The purpose of the acrosome is: Show Answer


Q707) Which type of white blood cells are
concerned with the release of histamine and
the natural anticoagulant heparin? Show Answer


Q708) The kind of epithelium which forms the
inner walls of blood vessels is Show Answer


Q709) Which one of the following pairs of
structures is correctly matched with their
description?
Structures- Description Show Answer


Q710) Which of the following happens in the
common cockroach? Show Answer


Q711) What will happen if ligaments are tom ? Show Answer


Q712) A myelin sheath is not found in the nerve fibres of Show Answer


Q713) Ligaments and tendons are formed of Show Answer


Q714) Schwann cells and nodes of Ranvier are
present in Show Answer


Q715) The difference between blood & lymph
is Show Answer


Q716) Which type of tissue forms the inner lining
of blood vessel? Show Answer


Q717) .Both erythrocytes and leucocytes are formed
in Show Answer


Q718) A bone is connected to another bone by Show Answer


Q719) The outermost sheath of connective tissue
that surrounds a skeletal muscle is Show Answer


Q720) ....... acts as a shock absorber to cushion
when tibia and femur came together Show Answer


Q721) Which of the following part of a neuron is
covered by fatty sheath ? Show Answer


Q722) Vagina, oesophagus, urethra contains which
type of tissue? Show Answer


Q723) Manmary glands are modified Show Answer


Q724) Concentration of glucose in blood is Show Answer


Q725) The excretory organ in cockroach is Show Answer


Q726) The number of abdominal segments in male
and female cockroach is Show Answer


Q727) Largest smooth muscle is present in Show Answer


Q728) The process by which most of the
cartilaginous tissue is transformed into
bones is Show Answer


Q729) The embryonic skeleton is formed by Show Answer


Q730) Reticular tissue forms the supporting
framework ofbone marrow Show Answer


Q731) In cockroach, larval and nymphal characters
are maintained by Show Answer


Q732) What is the main difference between male
and female cockroach? Show Answer


Q733) In cockroach, the ootheca is formed by the
secretion of Show Answer


Q734) The condition in which a number of nucleus
is present in a muscle fibre is called Show Answer


Q735) In cockroach, oxygen is transported by Show Answer


Q736) The blood of cockroach contains no
respiratory pigment. It means that Show Answer


Q737) The cockroach of genus Blatta is also called Show Answer


Q738) Male cockroach and female cockroach can
be differentiated by Show Answer


Q739) Cockroaches are Show Answer


Q740) In cockroach moulting is induced by
secretion of Show Answer


Q741) In cockroach the longest podomere is Show Answer


Q742) Spiracles of cockroach which are larger and
always kept open are Show Answer


Q743) Antennae of cockroach have Show Answer


Q744) Male cockroach can be distinguished from
female cockroach through Show Answer


Q745) Number of spiracle pairs in Periplaneta
americana is Show Answer


Q746) In cockroach, wings are absent from Show Answer


Q747) Heart of cockroach is Show Answer


Q748) The cells of the quiescent centre are characterized by Show Answer


Q749) Diffuse porous woods are characteristic of
plants growing in Show Answer


Q750) Chlorenchyma is known to develop in the Show Answer


Q751) The aleurone layer in maize grain is
specially rich in Show Answer


Q752) In which one of the following is nitrogen not a constituent ?
Show Answer


Q753) The apical meristem of the root is present Show Answer


Q754) Juicy hair-like structures observed in the
lemon Suit develop from Show Answer


Q755) In a longitudinal section of a root, starting from the tip upward, the four zones occur in which of the the following orders ? Show Answer


Q756) Edible part of mango is Show Answer


Q757) In a woody dicotyledonous tree, which of
the following parts will mainly consist of
primary tissues? Show Answer


Q758) Which of the following represents the edible
part of the fruit of litchi? Show Answer


Q759) Why is vivipary an undesirable character
for annual crop plants? Show Answer


Q760) Long filamentous threads protruding at the
end of a young cob of maize are\ Show Answer


Q761) What would be the number of chromosomes in the cells of the aleurone layer in a plant species with 8 chromosomes in its synergids? Show Answer


Q762) Pineapple fruit develops from Show Answer


Q763) Pentamerous actinomorphic flowers, bicarpellary ovary with oblique septa, and fruit capsule or berry, are characteristic features of family Show Answer


Q764) A common structural feature of vessel
elements and sieve tube elements is Show Answer


Q765) For a critical study of secondary growth in
plants, which one of the following pairs is
suitable? Show Answer


Q766) Passage cells are thin - walled cells found
in Show Answer


Q767) Which of the following is a flowering
plant with nodules containing filamentous
nitrogen-fixing microorganism? Show Answer


Q768) The length of different intemodes in a culm
of sugarcane is variable because of Show Answer


Q769) Vascular tissuesin flowering plants develop
from Show Answer


Q770) The fleshy receptacle of syconus of fig
encloses a number of Show Answer


Q771) Dry indehiscent single-seeded fruit formed from bicarpellary syncarpous inferior ovary is Show Answer


Q772) Replum is present in the ovary of flower of Show Answer


Q773) The fruit is chambered, developed from
inferior ovary and has seeds with succulent
testa in Show Answer


Q774) Endosperm is consumed by developing
embryo in the seed of Show Answer


Q775) Anatomically fairly old dicotyledonous root
is distinguished from the dicotyledonous
stem by Show Answer


Q776) The annular and spirally thickened
conducting elements generally develop in the protoxylem when the root or stem is Show Answer


Q777) Palisade parenchyma is absent in leaves of Show Answer


Q778) In barley stem, vascular bundles are Show Answer


Q779) A fruit developed from hypanthodium
inflorescence is called Show Answer


Q780) An example of axile placentation is Show Answer


Q781) An example of a seed with endosperm,
perisperm, and caruncle is Show Answer


Q782) The chief water conducting elements of
xylem in gymnosperms are Show Answer


Q783) Which one of the following is not a lateral
meristem? Show Answer


Q784) Heartwood differs from sapwood in Show Answer


Q785) In an unilocular ovary with a single ovule,
the placentatiaa is Show Answer


Q786) Keel is characteristic of the flowers of
Show Answer


Q787) Ovary is half-inferior in the flowers of
Show Answer


Q788) The technical term used for the androecium
in a flower of diina rose (Hibiscus rosasinensis) is Show Answer


Q789) Tbe scutellum observed in a grain of wheat
or maize is comparable to which part of the
seed in other monocotyledons ? Show Answer


Q790) Transport of food material in higher plants
takes place through
Show Answer


Q791) Which one of the following is a xerophytic
plant in which the stem is modified into the
flat green and succulent structure? Show Answer


Q792) Aestivation of petals in the flower of cotton is correctly shown in Show Answer


Q793) Ground tissue includes
Show Answer


Q794) The cork cambium, cork and secondary
cortex are collectively called
Show Answer


Q795) Which one of the following statements is
correct?
Show Answer


Q796) Flowers are zygomorphic in
Show Answer


Q797) A drupe develops in
Show Answer


Q798) The function of companion cells is to Show Answer


Q799) Some vascular bundles are described as open
because these Show Answer


Q800) Which one of the following pairs is wrongly
matched while the remaining three are
correct? Show Answer


Q801) Which one of the followingfiguresrepresents
the placentation in Dianthus”? Show Answer


Q802) Whorled, simple leaves with reticulate
venation are present in
Show Answer


Q803) Sweet potato is homologous to
Show Answer


Q804) The common bottle cork is a product of
Show Answer


Q805) Which part would be most suitable for raising
virus-free plants for micropropagation ?
Show Answer


Q806) Companion cells are closely associated with
Show Answer


Q807) Placentation in tomato and lemon is
Show Answer


Q808) Cymose inflorescence is present in
Show Answer


Q809) Phyllode is present in
Show Answer


Q810) The gynoecium consists of many free pistils
in flowers of
Show Answer


Q811) How many plants in the list given below
have composite fruits that develop from an
inflorescence?
Walnut, poppy, radish, fig, pineapple, apple,
tomato, mulberry. Show Answer


Q812) Closed vascular bundles lack
Show Answer


Q813) Water containing cavities in vascular
bundles are found in
Show Answer


Q814) The coconut water and the edible part of
coconut are equivalent to
Show Answer


Q815) Vexillary aestivation is characteristic of the
family
Show Answer


Q816) Which one of the following organisms
is correctly matched with its three
characteristics? Show Answer


Q817) How many plants in the list given below
have marginal placentation?
Mustard, Gram, Tulip, Asparagus, Arhar,
Sun hemp, Chilli, Colchicum, Onion,
Moong, Pea, Tobacco, Lupin. Show Answer


Q818) Read the following four statements (A - D).
(A) Both photophosphorylation and oxidative phosphorylation involve uphill transport of protons across the membrane.
(B) In dicot stems, a new cambium originates from cells of pericyle at the time of secondary growth.
(C) Stamens in flowers of Gloriosa and Petunia are polyandrous.
(D) Symbiotic nitrogen fixers occur in freeliving state also in soil.
How many of the above statements are right? Show Answer


Q819) As compared to a dicot root, a monocot root has
Show Answer


Q820) Ommatidia serve the purpose of photoreception in
Show Answer


Q821) Which one of the following contains the
largest quantity of extracellular material ?
Show Answer


Q822) Mast cells of connective tissue contain
Show Answer


Q823) Four healthy people in their twenties got involved in injuries resulting in damage and death of few cells of the following. Which of the cells are least likely to be replaced by new cells? Show Answer


Q824) Mast cells secrete
Show Answer


Q825) Areolar connective tissue joins
Show Answer


Q826) Which one of the following pairs of
structures distinguishes a nerve cell from
other types of cell?
Show Answer


Q827) Which one of the following is the true
description about an animal concerned? Show Answer


Q828) The most active phagocytic white blood
cells are
Show Answer


Q829) Which type of white blood cells are
concerned with the release of histamine and
the natural anticoagulant heparin?
Show Answer


Q830) Which one of the following is correct pairing
of a body part and the kind of muscle tissue
that moves it? Show Answer


Q831) The epithelial tissue present on the inner
surface of bronchioles and Fallopian tubes
is
Show Answer


Q832) The cell junctions called tight, adhering and
gap junctions are found in
Show Answer


Q833) The kind of tissue that forms the supportive
structure in our pinna (external ears) is also
found in
Show Answer


Q834) Which one of the following pairs of
structures is correctly matched with their
description? Show Answer


Q835) The ciliated columnar epithelial cells in
humans are known to occur in
Show Answer


Q836) Select the correct statement from the ones
given below with respect to Periplaneta
americana. Show Answer


Q837) The supportive skeletal structures in the
human external ears and in the nose tip are
examples of
Show Answer


Q838) Which of the following is an epidermal cell
containing chloroplast ? Show Answer


Q839) Epidermis and epiblema are produced from
Show Answer


Q840) The structures present in the roots to absorb
water and minerals is
Show Answer


Q841) Phloem parenchyma is absent in
Show Answer


Q842) Hypodermis of dicot stem is composed of
Show Answer


Q843) Histogen theory was proposed by
Show Answer


Q844) Lady finger belongs to family
Show Answer


Q845) Wound healing is due to
Show Answer


Q846) Nucleus is absent in
Show Answer


Q847) The balloon like growth of parenchyma, in
the lumen of a vessel, is called
Show Answer


Q848) Stomata in grass leaf are
Show Answer


Q849) The interxylary phloem is found in the stem
of
Show Answer


Q850) Which of the following plant shows multiple
epidermis and stomata deep in pits ?
Show Answer


Q851) A water proof protective tissue with
suberized walls is
Show Answer


Q852) Cambium is the example of which of the
following types apical of meristem?
Show Answer


Q853) In dicot stem, the vascular bundles are
Show Answer


Q854) Tissues present in an annual ring are
Show Answer


Q855) The lateral roots originate from
Show Answer


Q856) Cork is formed from
Show Answer


Q857) Pith and cortex do not differentiate in
Show Answer


Q858) Organisation of stem apex into corpus
and tunica is determined mainly by
Show Answer


Q859) Sieve tubes are suited for translocation of
food because they possess
Show Answer


Q860) Monocot leaves possess
Show Answer


Q861) Collenchyma occurs in the stem and petioles
of
Show Answer


Q862) Angular collenchyma occurs in
Show Answer


Q863) Which of the following plant cells will
show totipotency ?
Show Answer


Q864) Axons serve to
Show Answer


Q865) Histiocyte is a connective tissue cell which
takes part in
Show Answer


Q866) Nissl’s granules found in cyton of a neuron
and having affinity for basic dyes are
composed of Show Answer


Q867) Achondroplasia is a disease related with the
defect in the formation of
Show Answer


Q868) Vitamin C deficiency results in
Show Answer


Q869) The polysaccharide portion of a proteoglycan
present in the matrix of cartilage is known
as
Show Answer


Q870) Adipose tissue contains all of the following
components except
Show Answer


Q871) Bones are mainly made up of
Show Answer


Q872) The mast cells are found in
Show Answer


Q873) Haversian canal is a
Show Answer


Q874) The longest cell in the human may be
Show Answer


Q875) In a stratified cubodial epithelium
Show Answer


Q876) Sudorific glands are derived from
Show Answer


Q877) Mucous connective tissue is
Show Answer


Q878) Characteristic of simple epithelium is
Show Answer


Q879) Which of the following statements is correct
for node of Ranvier of nerve?
Show Answer


Q880) Cartilage is formed by
Show Answer


Q881) Outer covering of cartilage is known as
Show Answer


Q882) Intervertebral disc is made up. of
Show Answer


Q883) Desmosomes are found in
Show Answer


Q884) The protoplasmic segment of a striated
muscle fibre is termed as
Show Answer


Q885) Yellow bone marrow is found especially in
the medullary cavity of
Show Answer


Q886) The lining of bone marrow cavity is called
Show Answer


Q887) Lymphoid tissue is found in Show Answer


Q888) Earthworm lives in the burrows made by boring and swallowing the soil to
Show Answer


Q889) Which of the following cells are round and biconcave in shape? Show Answer


Q890) The clitellum divides the body of earthworm into …… regions Show Answer


Q891) How many litres of blood is present in normal human body? Show Answer


Q892) Lining of body cavities, ducts and tube are made up of Show Answer


Q893) Which of the following metalloprotein is found in the blood of earthworm? Show Answer


Q894) Histamine, serotonin and heparin are secreted by Show Answer


Q895) Find out the wrongly matched pair. Show Answer


Q896) The body wall of the earthworm is covered by which of the following layers (externally-internally)? Show Answer


Q897) The number of pairs of cranial nerves arising from the brain of frog is
Show Answer


Q898) The ova of the earthworms are fertilised by the sperm within the Show Answer


Q899) Which of the following tissues provides a covering layer for some of the body parts? Show Answer


Q900) Consider the following statements about the connective tissue
I. Their special function is linking and supporting the other organs tissue of the body
II. It is the most abundant type of animal tissue
III. Blood is a specialised connective tissue which contains collagen
IV. The cells of connective tissue secretes mucous
Which of the statement given above are incorrect? Show Answer


Q901) Which of the following type of connective tissue is present at the tip of human nose? Show Answer


Q902) The tissue which forms the glands in humans is Show Answer


Q903) How many species of Pheretima are found all over the world? Show Answer


Q904) In which of the following segments of earthworm, septal nephridia is present? Show Answer


Q905) Which of the following part of the alimentary canal of cockroaches is used for storing food?
Show Answer


Q906) In earthworm, pharyngeal nephridia are present as three paired tufts in the segments Show Answer


Q907) ….. type of junction is found in the epithelium and other tissues. Fill up the blank by using a suitable word Show Answer


Q908) Which of the following is a sense organ pair in cockroach? Show Answer


Q909) Which one is an iron storage protein? Show Answer


Q910) Cells of areolar tissues that produces or secrete fibres are called
Show Answer


Q911) Hypopharynx of the cockroach acts as
Show Answer


Q912) The frogs have the ability to change its colour to hide them from their enemies. This protective colouration
is called
Show Answer


Q913) Agranulocytes are Show Answer


Q914) Which of the following is not a function of epithelium Show Answer


Q915) In cockroaches, stink gland is found in Show Answer


Q916) Animal tissues are categorised into four basic types on the basis of Show Answer


Q917) The number of vasa efferentia that arises from testes in frog’s male reproductive system is Show Answer


Q918) The multilobed nucleus and granular WBCs are Show Answer


Q919) Which of the following is not correctly matched? Show Answer


Q920) Red cell count is carried out by Show Answer


Q921) Which of the following are the examples of saccular glands? Show Answer


Q922) Tendons helps in connecting Show Answer


Q923) The leucocytes contain, which of the following in large quantity? Show Answer


Q924) A complete set of the mouth part of cockroach consists of Show Answer


Q925) In which of the following muscle fibres intercalated disc occurs? Show Answer


Q926) Which of the following part of cockroach’s alimentary canal secretes digestive juices? Show Answer


Q927) Consider the following statements related to Rana Tigrina and select the correct option stating which are
true and which are false
I. Hindlimbs are larger and muscular than forelimbs
II. The alimentary canal of frog is short
III. They respire on the land through skin only
IV. They contains two-chambered heart Show Answer


Q928) During inflammation, which of the following is secreted by connective tissue? Show Answer


Q929) Given below the functions of different parts of the alimentary canal of cockroach. Correlate these functions
with their respective organs
I. Grinding of food particles
II. Secretion of digestive juices
III. Clearing of haemolymph
The correct set of organs is Show Answer


Q930) The compound eyes of cockroaches consists of about Show Answer


Q931) In frog, for the digestion of food, wall of the stomach secretes
Show Answer


Q932) The major constituent of connective tissue is
Show Answer


Q933) The body of earthworm is divided into Show Answer


Q934) Which of the following gland is present in man but not in frog? Show Answer


Q935) Endothelium of blood vessels is made up of Show Answer


Q936) Ciliated epithelium is present in Show Answer


Q937) In water, the skin of the frog performs the function of Show Answer


Q938) Which type of tissue is present in human heart? Show Answer


Q939) Consider the following statement about frog’s digestive system
I. Food is captured by the bilobed tongue
II. Partially digested food is called chyme. It is passed from the stomach to the first part of intestine
III. Bile digests carbohydrates and proteins
IV. Inner wall of the intestine contains cilia
Which of the above given statement are incorrect? Show Answer


Q940) The principal role of setae in earthworm is Show Answer


Q941) In addition to the Malpighian tubules, excretion of the waste products in cockroach occurs by Show Answer


Q942) Which of the following organ is not present on earthworm?
Show Answer


Q943) Setae helps in the locomotion of earthworm but is not present uniformaly in all the segments of the
earthworm segments. Select among the following that represent setae
Show Answer


Q944) Earthworm reacts to the chemical stimuli due to the presence of Show Answer


Q945) Find out the pair in reference to the earthworm, which is not correctly matched Show Answer


Q946) Which of the following structures is Pheretima is correctly matched with its function Show Answer


Q947) Fertilisation and development in earthworms occurs with in the Show Answer


Q948) Cardiac muscles are Show Answer


Q949) Keratinized dead layer of skin is made up of Show Answer


Q950) Rh factor is present in Show Answer


Q951) Which of the following statement is/are incorrect in refer one to earthworms?
I. They are soft and naked and hence, cannot survive in the dry earth
II. They respire through the nasal openings
III. They decaying organic matter of the soil forms their chief food
IV. Rain makes the earth soft for burrowing Show Answer


Q952) Consider the following statements about respiratory system of frog
I. Skin acts as a respiratory organ in water as well as on land
II. Dissolved oxygen is exchanged through the skin by the process of diffusion in water
III. Lungs are paired and present in thorax
IV. Gaseous exchange takes place through the skin during hibernation and aestivation
Which of the statements given above is are incorrect?
Show Answer


Q953) Which of the following connective tissue does not contain collagen? Show Answer


Q954) In male frog, ureters act as Show Answer


Q955) The development of Periplanata americana is
Show Answer


Q956) Consider the following statements in accordance to the excretory system of the earthworm
I. Nepridia is segmentally arranged coiled tubule
II. Nephridia regulates the volume and composition of the body fluids
III. There are three type of nephridia found in the earthworm
IV. Pharyngeal nephridia is present as three paired tufts in the 4th, 5th and 6th segment
Which of the above statement is/are correct? Show Answer


Q957) Septal nehphridia of earthworm opens into the
Show Answer


Q958) The type of tissue lining present on the ducts of salivary gland and pancreas is Show Answer


Q959) In which of the following body segments of cockroach wings are not present? Show Answer


Q960) Cutaneous respiration occurs in Show Answer


Q961) Numerous minute pores opens on the surface of the body of earthworm are called Show Answer


Q962) The ….. in frog acts as a chemical messenger which controls and coordinate the functioning of various
organs of the body
Show Answer


Q963) Blood is a kind of Show Answer


Q964) Which of the following cell is rounded and biconcave in shape? Show Answer


Q965) During the process of blood coagulation, vitamin-K helps in the Show Answer


Q966) During blood clotting, which of the following is used? Show Answer


Q967) …… pair of spermathecae are located in ……segments of earthworm Show Answer


Q968) Adipose tissue is a type of Show Answer


Q969) Blood platelets are found only in the blood of Show Answer


Q970) Fibroblasts, macrophages and mast cells are present in
Show Answer


Q971) During respiration in frog, the hyoid and floor of the buccal cavity are raised with the help of Show Answer


Q972) Bones are made up of Show Answer


Q973) In frog, microvilli is present in Show Answer


Q974) Vagina, oesophagus and urethra contain which type of tissue? Show Answer


Q975) Collagen is a Show Answer


Q976) Goblet cells of alimentary canal are a type of Show Answer


Q977) Urinary bladder is….. in frogs Show Answer


Q978) The number of teeth in the lower jaw of frog is Show Answer


Q979) Pseudostratified epithelium is found in Show Answer


Q980) The largest tergal part in cockroach is Show Answer


Q981) Which of the following epithelium is composed of single layer of tall and slender cells? Show Answer


Q982) Universal blood recipient is
Show Answer


Q983) Which of the following statement is/are correct in relation with epithelial tissue?
I. It helps in protection and storage
II. It helps in excretion and reproduction
III. It helps in absorption and secretion
IV. It helps in locomotion Show Answer


Q984) The blubber is formed by
Show Answer


Q985) With the help of the following, identify the correct sequence, that leads to the formation of blood clot
I. Blood clot II. Injury
III. Factor II IV. Factor III
V. Factor IV VI. Fibrinogen
VIII. Thorambin Show Answer


Q986) In frog, a solid muscular organ situated in the upper part of the body cavity is Show Answer


Q987) The dorsal surface of the earthworm’s body is marked by Show Answer


Q988) Erythropoiesis starts in Show Answer


Q989) Cingulum of the earthworm is concerned with Show Answer


Q990) Tendons and ligaments are specialized types of Show Answer


Q991) Which of the following has a triple helix structure? Show Answer


Q992) The first segment of earthworm’s body, which contains mouth is called Show Answer


Q993) You are required to draw blood from patient and to keep it in a test tube for analysis of blood corpuscles
and plasma. You are also provided with the following four types of test tubes, which of them will you not
use for the purpose? Show Answer


Q994) In which of the following tissue preparations, signet ring appearance is obtained? Show Answer


Q995) Tissue is Show Answer


Q996) The alimentary canal of frog is short because frogs are Show Answer


Q997) Which of the following exhibits sexual dimorphism? Show Answer


Q998) Which of the following statements is associated with epithelium? Show Answer


Q999) The common Indian earthworm are Show Answer


Q1000) The vascular system of the frog is Show Answer


Q1001) Ductless glands in human beings produces
Show Answer


Q1002) Read the given statements about blood vascular system of cockroach
I. Circulatory system of cockroach is of closed type
II. It contains no blood vessels except aorta heart
III. Heart is 6 chambered
IV. The haemolymph is composed of colourless plasma and haemocytes
Which of the statements given above is/are incorrect Show Answer


Q1003) Which statement is correct about simple cuboidal epithelium?
Show Answer


Q1004) In a frog’s body, which of the following is the largest gland? Show Answer


Q1005) Tendons and ligaments are Show Answer


Q1006) Read the given statements reference to the digestive system of cockroach
I. Alimentary canal is divided into three regions
II. Oesophagus opens into a sac like structure called crop
III. The hind gut is broader than mid gut
IV. The rectum opens through the anus
Which of the statements given above is/are incorrect? Show Answer


Q1007) The study of internal structure of an organism as revealed by dissection is known as Show Answer


Q1008) On the basis of structures and functions animal tissues are classified into Show Answer


Q1009) The columnar epithelium in human body is found in Show Answer


Q1010) Earthworm feeds upon Show Answer


Q1011) If a live earthworm is pricked with a needle on its other surface without damaging its gut, the fluid that
may come out is
Show Answer


Q1012) In frog, the blood from the heart is carried to all part of the body by Show Answer


Q1013) Which of the following is the most abundant component of the human blood? Show Answer


Q1014) From earthworm, two pairs of testes are present in the segments
Show Answer


Q1015) Which one of the following leucocytes transforms into macrophages?
Show Answer


Q1016) Which of the following statements are incorrect in reference to the blood vascular system of the
earthworm?
I. Blood vascular system is of open type
II. Smaller blood vessels supply the gut, nerve cord and the body wall
III. Blood glands are present on 6th 7th and 8th segment
IV. Blood cells are phagocytotic in nature Show Answer


Q1017) Which of the following part of the cockroach helps in the removal of excretory products from the haemolymph? Show Answer


Q1018) Blood of a cockroach contains
Show Answer


Q1019) Which one of the following cells is not a phagocytic cell? Show Answer


Q1020) Most radiosensitive tissue of body is Show Answer


Q1021) Squamous epithelium is found in the walls of Show Answer


Q1022) Consider the following statements
I. Cells are compactly packed in the epithelial tissues with little intercellular matrix
II. The cells secretes fibres of structural protein in all the connective tissues expect blood
III. Neuroglea is made up of more than one half the volume of neural tissue in our body
IV. Muscles are made up of fibres
Which of the above given is/are true? Show Answer


Q1023) In a tissue the structure of cells varies according to their Show Answer


Q1024) In the hindlimb of the frog number of fingers is Show Answer


Q1025) Which of the following activity is harmful for earthworm?
Show Answer


Q1026) Role of spleen in mammals is to Show Answer


Q1027) Each segment of the cockroach exoskeleton has hardened plates called Show Answer


Q1028) In earthworm, copulatory papillae are present on segment Show Answer


Q1029) In male reproductive the system of frog …A… are 10-12 in number that arises from the testes. They enters
the …B… on their sides and opens into …C…
Identify A to C to complete the given statement
Show Answer


Q1030) Haemoglobin is Show Answer


Q1031) Which of the following nephridia in earthworm remain attached to the lining of the body wall of segment 3
to the last? Show Answer


Q1032) Nerve cells are the part of Show Answer


Q1033) In human body neuroglia cells occurs in the
Show Answer


Q1034) Histamine and heparin are secreted by Show Answer


Q1035) Epimysium, perimysium and endomysium are found in Show Answer


Q1036) Carefully read the given statements about neurons and neuroglial cells of nervous tissue
I. Neuroglial make up more than one-half volume of the neural tissue in our body
II. Neuroglial cells protects and support the neurons
III. Axon and dendrons are the part of neurons
IV. When neuron is suitably stimulated, an electrical disturbance is generated, which travels along its
cytoplasm
Choose the correct statements form above given option
Show Answer


Q1037) The abdomen of both male and female cockroaches consists of Show Answer


Q1038) Lymphocytes are formed by Show Answer


Q1039) Which among the following is not a characteristic of yellow fibres of connective tissue? Show Answer


Q1040) In earthworm, a single female genital pore is present in the mid-ventral line of the segment number Show Answer


Q1041) Which of the following statements are incorrect regarding ciliated epithelium?
I. Cells possess cilia on their free surface
II. They bear microvilli at the free ends to increase surface area of the organ
III. Mucous spreads over the epithelium as a thin layer
IV. It is found in the lining of the small intestine Show Answer


Q1042) Which of the following helps in blood coagulation? Show Answer


Q1043) The entire body of cockroach is covered by
Show Answer


Q1044) The contractile tissue that is present only in the heart is Show Answer


Q1045) The skin of frog is slippery and smooth due to the presence of Show Answer


Q1046) During aestivation and hibernation of frog gaseous exchange takes place through the Show Answer


Q1047) Which of the following segments in the earthworm’s body are having no setae? Show Answer


Q1048) Achilles tendon is associated with Show Answer


Q1049) Which of the following is the characteristic feature of the earthworm? Show Answer


Q1050) Which among the following glands is known as ductless gland? Show Answer


Q1051) Which of the following is the function of spermathecae in the earthworm Show Answer


Q1052) In the exoskeleton of the cockroach, sclerites are joined to each other by
Show Answer


Q1053) Choose the incorrect statement about skeletal muscles
I. Tissues are closely attached to bones
II. A sheath of tough connective tissue encloses several bundles of muscles fibres
III. These are involuntary in their action
IV. These are present in the blood vessels
Show Answer


Q1054) In the digestive system of cockroach gastric caecae is present at the junction of Show Answer


Q1055) In frog, the main function of the bile juices is
Show Answer


Q1056) The average diameter of red blood corpuscles of man is Show Answer


Q1057) Fibroblasts, macrophages and mast cells are seen in Show Answer


Q1058) The female reproductive system of the cockroach consists of Show Answer


Q1059) Which of the following nephridia is also called as enteronephric nephridia in earthworm? Show Answer


Q1060) Which of the following tissue performs the function of linking and supporting other tissue of the body? Show Answer


Q1061) The nymphs of cockroaches grows by moulting about….. times to reach the adult form
Show Answer


Q1062) The respiratory system of the cockroach consists of Show Answer


Q1063) Body of frog is divisible into Show Answer


Q1064) The blood does not clot inside the body because of Show Answer


Q1065) Pheretima exhibit ….. type of blood vascular system Show Answer


Q1066) Cells, which help in the formation of bones are called Show Answer


Q1067) Cockroach are Show Answer


Q1068) Which tissue is present in the lining of small intestine? Show Answer


Q1069) Myoglobin is present in Show Answer


Q1070) Which type of connective tissue produces antibodies? Show Answer


Q1071) In the head region of the cockroach, brain is represented by Show Answer


Q1072) Which of the following is the structural and functional unit of kidney in the frog? Show Answer


Q1073) Which of the following statement is incorrect about squamous epithelium? Show Answer


Q1074) Which of the following intersegmental grooves contains four pairs of spermthecal apertures on the ventro-lateral sides of the earthworm? Show Answer


Q1075) The skin of frog do not contain Show Answer


Q1076) Epithelial cells of the intestine involved in food absorption have on their surface Show Answer


Q1077) Heart of frog is Show Answer


Q1078) On which segment of earthworm a pair of short and conical caecae project from the intestine? Show Answer


Q1079) Which of the following statement is incorrect with reference to the columnar epithelium? Show Answer


Q1080) In frog, cloaca is an opening of Show Answer


Q1081) In forg, excess of the bile juices secreted by the liver is stored by
Show Answer


Q1082) Which of the following segments constitute the thorax of the cockroach? Show Answer


Q1083) Which is not phagocytic? Show Answer


Q1084) The cloaca in frog is a common chamber for the urinary tract, reproductive tract and Show Answer


Q1085) This Malpighian tubules in cockroach are present at the junction of Show Answer


Q1086) Blood vascular system of the cockroach is of Show Answer


Q1087) The type of epithelial cells, which line the inner surface of fallopian tubes, bronchioles and small bronchi,
are known as Show Answer


Q1088) Which of the following is not granulocyte? Show Answer


Q1089) Alimentary canal wall contains Show Answer


Q1090) Largest single mass of lymphatic tissue in the body is Show Answer


Q1091) Note the following statements.
I. It forms the lining of the cavities of alveoli of the lungs.
II. It forms the lining of wet surface like buccal cavity and oesophagus.
III. It occurs in the ducts of sweat glands.
IV. It forms the lining of salivary glands and sweat glands.
V. It is a loose connective tissue.
Which of the above statements are associated with simple epithelial tissue?
Show Answer


Q1092) In earthworm, a pair of male gential pores are present on the ventro-lateral side of the segment Show Answer


Q1093) In cockroach, fertilised eggs are stored in Show Answer


Q1094) Excretory system of the frog consists of Show Answer


Q1095) Which of the following does not match?
Show Answer


Q1096) Gizzard in earthworm help in
Show Answer


Q1097) Which of the following statement is incorrect regarding connective tissues? Show Answer


Q1098) Which of the following statement is correct in reference with the frog?
I. Eyes are bulged and covered by nictitating membrane
II. Membranous tympanum receives the sound signals
III. The frog never drinks water
IV. A pair of nostrils is preset above the mouth Show Answer


Q1099) In female cockroach, shape of the 7th sternum is Show Answer


Q1100) Excretory matter of the earthworm is mainly Show Answer


Q1101) Ommatidia of the cockroach is Show Answer


Q1102) Which of the following nephridia is responsible for exonephric excertion in earthworm? Show Answer


Q1103) Which of the following branch of science deals with the study of externally visible features? Show Answer


Q1104) The midbrain of the frog is characterised by a pair of Show Answer


Q1105) The process of increasing fertility of the soil by the earthworm is known as Show Answer


Q1106) Which of the following statements is/are incorrect with reference to Rana tigrina?
I. They do not have constant body temperature
II. Their skin is smooth and slippery due to the presence of a gelatinous sheath
III. Ventral side of the skin is pale yellow in colour
IV. It is also known as bull frog in India Show Answer


Q1107) Cartilage are distinguished from bone by
Show Answer


Q1108) The ciliated columnar epithelial cells in humans are known to occur in Show Answer


Q1109) The muscles surrounding the pupil of rabbit’s eye are Show Answer


Q1110) In the respiratory system of cockroach, trachea opens through 10 pairs of small holes called spiracles. The part of integument supporting spiracles is Show Answer


Q1111) Microscopic study of tissues is known as Show Answer


Q1112) Blood cells of the earthworm are…… in nature Show Answer


Q1113) Gametes are derived from which of the following tissues in animals? Show Answer


Q1114) Life period of mammalian erythrocytes is Show Answer


Q1115) Cockroaches are placed in the phylum-Arthropooda because Show Answer


Q1116) Heparin Show Answer


Q1117) Exchange of gases takes place in cockroaches by the process of Show Answer


Q1118) The colour of the ventral side of the forgs skin is
Show Answer


Q1119) Which of the following are the wax secreting cells in cockroach? Show Answer


Q1120) Minimum regeneration power is present in
Show Answer


Q1121) How many fertilised eggs are present in the oothecae of cockroach? Show Answer


Q1122) In female cockroach, the 7th sternum together with the 8th and 9th sterna forms a Show Answer


Q1123) Pheretima has Show Answer


Q1124) Debove’s membrane is a layer of Show Answer


Q1125) The type of tissue lining the nasal passage, bronchioles and fallopian tubes is Show Answer


Q1126) Which one of the following human cells do not contain mitochondria?
Show Answer


Q1127) The process of formation of blood corpuscles is called
Show Answer


Q1128) The lining of intestine and kidneys in human is Show Answer


Q1129) In male cockroach, genital pouch contains Show Answer


Q1130) The frog is Show Answer


Q1131) The …… is a straight tube which runs between the first to last segment of the earthworm’s body
Show Answer


Q1132) In male reproductive system of the cockroach, spermatheca is present in the
Show Answer


Q1133) How many eyelid membranes are present in frog? Show Answer


Q1134) Which of the following statement is incorrect in relation to frog?
I. Development of frog is indirect
II. Frog feeds on small insect, tadpole and smaller frogs
III. Their croaking in the call for mating
IV. They breeds in any season Show Answer


Q1135) In cockroaches, spermatozoa are stored in Show Answer


Q1136) In earthworm, nephridium collects the excess of fluid from the Show Answer


Q1137) The main role of calciferous glands present in stomach of earthworm is Show Answer


Q1138) Each organ of human body is made up of one or more type of Show Answer


Q1139) In which of these, would you find white fibrous tissue in abundance? Show Answer


Q1140) Each muscle is made up of long, cylindrical fibres arranged in parallel arrays. These fibres are composed of
numerous fine fibrils called Show Answer


Q1141) Ions that must be present for binding the cross bridges is Show Answer


Q1142) Human heart consists of ….. types of tissues
Show Answer


Q1143) Which of the following statement is incorrect with reference to frog? Show Answer


Q1144) Which of the following organs is called the graveyard of RBCs?
Show Answer


Q1145) In which of the following tissues is the matrix not a product of synthesis of its cells? Show Answer


Q1146) Compound squamous epithelium is found in
Show Answer


Q1147) In earthworms, cocoons are found in
Show Answer


Q1148) Choose the incorrect pair from the matches given below Show Answer


Q1149) Faecal deposits of earthworm are known as Show Answer


Q1150) In the female reproductive system of cockroach ovaries are located in which of the following abdominal segments? Show Answer


Q1151) Blood cells involved in inflammatory reactions are
Show Answer


Q1152) Which of the following are not true cells in the blood? Show Answer


Q1153) Which of the following are phagocytic in nature? Show Answer


Q1154) Which of the following is a transparent tissue? Show Answer


Q1155) The type of cell junction, which facilitates cell to cell communication is Show Answer


Q1156) Bone marrow is made up of Show Answer


Q1157) Which of the following animal is unisexual? Show Answer


Q1158) Which of the following prevents the conversion of prothrombin to thrombin in an undamaged blood
vessel? Show Answer


Q1159) Find out the wrong match. Show Answer


Q1160) Forelimbs and hindlimbs of a frog helps in Show Answer


Q1161) In male frog, cloaca is a small median chamber that is used to pass
Show Answer


Q1162) Select the correct order of classification of Rana tigrina up to genus Show Answer


Q1163) Collagen fibres are secreted by Show Answer


Q1164) Which of the following tissue forms the epidermis of the skin in land vertebrates? Show Answer


Q1165) Adipose tissue perform which of the following the function?
Show Answer


Q1166) Which of the following epithelium type helps in the secretion and absorption of nutrients? Show Answer


Q1167) Myelinated nerve fibres are white coloured because of Show Answer


Q1168) Nails, hoofs and horns are examples of Show Answer


Q1169) In cockroach the heart is Show Answer


Q1170) Which of the following types of cartilage is found in intervertebral disc of mammal? Show Answer


Q1171) Which of the following statement is incorrect regarding cockroach (Periplaneta americana)? Show Answer


Q1172) Hypochromic microcytic anaemia and leucopenia are caused by the deficiency of ……….. respectively. Show Answer


Q1173) Carotene pigment is found in the cells of Show Answer


Q1174) The function of typhosole in earthworm is Show Answer


Q1175) Peyer’s patches produce Show Answer


Q1176) Which of the following statement is/are incorrect Periplanata americana?
I. They are nocturnal omnivores that lives in the damp places
II. Its body is segmented and divisible in two region-head and abdomen
III. Antennae have sensory receptor to monitor the environment
IV. Head can move in all direction due to the presence of movable neck
The correction option is Show Answer


Q1177) The mouth part of a cockroach are said to be Show Answer


Q1178) The longest podomere in the leg of cockroach is
Show Answer


Q1179) In earthworm a nerve cord is Show Answer


Q1180) With the help of the following, identify the correct sequence, that leads to the formation of blood clot.
I.Blood cloth
II.Injury
III.Factor II
IV.Factor III
V.Factor IV
VI.Fibrinogen
VII.thrombin Show Answer


Q1181) In animals, gametes are derived from Show Answer


Q1182) Bone marrow of long bones are the sites of Show Answer


Q1183) The outer covering of cartilage is called Show Answer


Q1184) In female cockroach, anterior part of the genital pouch contains Show Answer


Q1185) In earthworm, the alimentary canal open to the exterior by a small rounded aperture known as Show Answer


Q1186) The type of epithelium seen in the walls of blood vessels is Show Answer


Q1187) Earthworm is a Show Answer


Q1188) The cavities of alveoli of lungs are lined by Show Answer


Q1189) Cockroaches can climb smooth or steep surfaces due to the presence of adhesive pads found on the tarsus
of their legs Show Answer


Q1190) Which of the following types of leucocytes secretes heparin and histamine? Show Answer


Q1191) Earthworm can distinguish the light intensities and fell the viberation in the ground through Show Answer


Q1192) Which of the following organ regulates the volume and composition of the body fluids of earthworm? Show Answer


Q1193) The blood vascular system of the frog consists of Show Answer


Q1194) Which of the following is not a characteristic features of frog? Show Answer


Q1195) In which one of the following preparations, you likely to come across cell junctions most frequently?
Show Answer


Q1196) The head capsule of the cockroach bears Show Answer


Q1197) In frog, undigested solid waste passes out through Show Answer


Q1198) Consider the following statements about Rana tigrina
I. The skin of frog sheds after every few weeks
II. Camouflage is a common defensive mechanism of frog
III. Chest muscles are involved in the process of respiration
IV. Their nervous system consists of a brain, spinal cord and nerves
Which of the above statement is incorrect?
Show Answer


Q1199) Heart of the frog is covered by a membrane called Show Answer


Q1200) The body of the cockroach is segmented and divisible into Show Answer


Q1201) Metamorphosis occur in a life history of Show Answer


Q1202) Study the following statements
I. It forms the lining of the cavities of alveoli of the lungs
II. It occurs in the ducts of sweat glands
III. It forms the lining of salivary glands and glands
IV. It is a loose connective tissue
Which of the above statements are associated with the simple epithelial tissue
Show Answer


Q1203) Endothelium is made up of Show Answer


Q1204) Which of the following sense organ in frogs is not the cellular aggregation around the nerve ending? Show Answer


Q1205) Bidder’s canal is present in Show Answer


Q1206) In both the sexes of cockroaches, the 10th segment bears a pair of joined filamentous structure called Show Answer


Q1207) Bowman’s glands are located in the Show Answer


Q1208) Matrix secreting cells of cartilage are known as Show Answer


Q1209) In which part of the earthworm sense organs are most concentrated? Show Answer


Q1210) The number of spiracles present in cockroaches are Show Answer


Q1211) The respiration by lungs in frog is called Show Answer


Q1212) For capturing the prey frog uses its Show Answer


Q1213) Consider the following statements about the hind wings of cockroach
I. These are broad and thin
II. They are not used in flying
III. They are also known as mesothoracic wings
IV. They are transparent and delicate
Which of the statements given above is/are incorrect? Show Answer


Q1214) In terms of descending order of percentage proportions of leucocytes in human blood, which one is correct? Show Answer


Q1215) Mark the odd one. Show Answer


Q1216) Categorisation of secretory gland can be done on the basis of Show Answer


Q1217) In earthworms, secretory gland cells are present on Show Answer


Q1218) Which of the following is known as fossorial animal? Show Answer


Q1219) The ventral surface of the body of earthworm is distinguished by Show Answer


Q1220) Mast cells secrete Show Answer


Q1221) Cockroach belongs to Show Answer


Q1222) Tendon is an example of which of the following connective tissue? Show Answer


Q1223) The number of fingers in the forelimb of frog is Show Answer


Q1224) Blood glands are present on which segments of the earthworm? Show Answer


Q1225) Hindbrain of a frog consists of Show Answer


Q1226) Forewings of the cockroach are known as Show Answer


Q1227) A pair of spermatheca is present in the 6th segment of the cockroach which opens into Show Answer


Q1228) Which of the following series of events is correct about the digestive system of frog?
I. Prey → Mouth → Oesophagus → stomach → Small intestine → Cloaca
II. Prey → Mastication by teeth → Stomach → Small intestine → Cloaca
III. Tongue → Prey → Teeth → Stomach → Large intestine → Cloaca
IV. Prey → Mouth → Teeth → Pharynx → Stomach → Small intestine → Rectum Show Answer


Q1229) On an average, female cockroach produces …… oothecae Show Answer


Q1230) Metamorphosis in frog is initiated by the production of hormone Show Answer


Q1231) Which of the following functions is/are performed by the of frog’s skin? Show Answer


Q1232) In earthworm Pheretima, a prominent dark band of glandular tissue (clitellum) is present in the segments number Show Answer


Q1233) Which of the following statement is incorrect about the female reproductive system of frog?
I. Reproductive organs includes a pair of ovaries
II. Ovary has functional connections with kidneys
III. A mature female can lay 15000-2000 ova at a time
IV. Oviduct and ureters open separately into the cloaca Show Answer


Q1234) Epidermis of the earthworm’s body is made up of single layer known as Show Answer


Q1235) Three chambered heart of the frog contain
Show Answer


Q1236) Haversian lamellae are the structures found in Show Answer


Q1237) A pair of salivary gland in cockroach is present near the Show Answer


Q1238) Blood vascular system of Pheretima consists of Show Answer


Q1239) Consider the following statement related to Pheretima and select the correct option stating, which ones
are true and which are false?
A. It exhibits closed type of blood vascular system
B. It lacks of specialised breathing device
C. Typhosole increases the effective area of absorption in intestine
D. There are two pair of testes present in 10th and 11th segments Show Answer


Q1240) A group of similar cells which along with intercellular substances perform a specific function in
multicellular organisms are called Show Answer


Q1241) Which of the following cells is/are contained in areolar connective tissue? Show Answer


Q1242) Which of the following is common British frog? Show Answer


Q1243) The common species of frog found in India is
Show Answer


Q1244) Examples of specialised connective tissue is/are Show Answer


Q1245) Pick out the incorrectly matched pair from the following Show Answer


Q1246) Which one of the following mammalian cells is not capable of metabolizing glucose to carbon dioxide
aerobically? Show Answer


Q1247) Which part of the gut in Pheretima act as a suction pump?
Show Answer


Q1248) Irregular nuclei is present in Show Answer


Q1249) Frog has different types of sense organs
I. Sensory papillae
II. Nasal epithelium
III. Taste buds
IV. Eyes
V. Tympanum with internal ears
Which of these are well organised structures? Show Answer


Q1250) Cockroach is Show Answer


Q1251) Seggregate the given set of statements regarding frog into true and false category
I. Frogs do not have a lymphatic system
II. Frogs are ammonotelic animals
III. Hindlimbs of frog ends in five digits and forelimbs ends in four digits
IV. Female frog contains sound producing vocal sacs which are absent in male frog Show Answer


Q1252) Supra-oesopharyngeal ganglion in cockroach supplies the nerves to
Show Answer


Q1253) Male frog can be distinguished from female frog due to the presence of Show Answer


Q1254) In the mouth parts of cockroach, the glea and lacinia gorms the part of Show Answer


Q1255) Consider the given statements about Periplanata and select the correct option
A. Blood vascular system is of open type
B. Malpighian tubules helps in the removal of excretory products from the haemolymph
C. They bear no eyes
D. Female bear mushroom glands and male bear collaterial glands Show Answer


Q1256) Major protein of connective tissue is
Show Answer


Q1257) Which of the following segment contains the cerebral ganglion in the earthworm? Show Answer


Q1258) The cells which stores the nitrogenous waste in cockroaches are known as Show Answer


Q1259) In female cockroach, which of the following part is absent? Show Answer


Q1260) The nasal chamber of rabbit has three thin twisted bony plates called conchae. They are lined by Show Answer


Q1261) Which one of the following is the correct pairing of a body part and the kind of muscle tissue that moves it? Show Answer


Q1262) The head of the cockroach show great mobility in all the directions due to Show Answer


Q1263) The skin of frog acts as …A… in water and on land, the …B…, …C… and …D… acts as respiratory organs.
Choose the correct combination in accordance to above statement Show Answer


Q1264) Heart of the cockroach is
Show Answer


Q1265) The layer of cells forming tissue that appears to be multilayered but actually some of the cells extend from
the basement membrane to the surface is Show Answer


Q1266) How many pairs of testes are present in earthworm? Show Answer


Q1267) Statement 1: Compound epithelium play major role in absorption, secretion and excretion
Statement 2: Compound epithelium is found in the stomach linings Show Answer


Q1268) Statement 1: Frog have webbed feets
Statement 2: Degree of webbing is directly proportional to the amount of time they spend in water Show Answer


Q1269) Statement 1: Columnar epithelium is also known as glandular epithelium
Statement 2: Cells of columnar epithelium forms the lining of the stomach Show Answer


Q1270) Statement 1: Thick layers of muscles are present in the wall of alimentary canal.
Statement 2: These muscles help in the mixing of food materials with the enzymes coming from
different glands in the alimentary canal. Show Answer


Q1271) Statement 1: Bone is the hardest tissue of the body
Statement 2: Hardness of the bone is due to the calcification of its matrix Show Answer


Q1272) Statement 1: Blood of the earthworm is red in colour
Statement 2: Earthworm contains haemoglobin dissolved in the plasma Show Answer


Q1273) Statement 1: The system for control and coordination is highly evolved in frog
Statement 2: Frog contains brain Show Answer


Q1274) Statement 1: Frogs are poikilotherms
Statement 2: Frogs do not have constant body temperature
Show Answer


Q1275) Statement 1: Earthworm are known as ‘friends of farmers’
Statement 2: Earthworm helps in increasing soil fertility by the process of vermicomposting Show Answer


Q1276) Statement 1: Cardiac muscle tissue is a contractile tissue present only in heart
Statement 2: Cardiac muscle tissue provides rythmic contraction to the heart Show Answer


Q1277) Statement 1: The alimentary canal of frog is short
Statement 2: Frogs are carnivores Show Answer


Q1278) Statement 1: In frog’s vascular system, the lymph is same as the blood
Statement 2: In frog lymph contains RBCs and proteins Show Answer


Q1279) Statement 1: The earthworm moves by crawling
Statement 2: Crawling in earthworms occurs by the muscular contraction and extension of the body
Show Answer


Q1280) Statement 1: Earthworm is hermaphrodite
Statement 2: Hermaphroditism compensates for the lack of asexual reproduction by increasing the
rate of multiplication Show Answer


Q1281) Statement 1: If the head of a cockroach is cut off, it will remain alive for as long as one week
Statement 2: The head of cockroach holds a bit of nervous system Show Answer


Q1282) Statement 1: Respiratory gaseous exchange in earthworm occurs through the moist body surfaces into
their blood stream
Statement 2: Earthworm lacks specialised breathing devices Show Answer


Q1283) Statement 1: Adipose tissue are specialised to store fats
Statement 2: The extra nutrients, which are not used immediately by the body gets converted into fats Show Answer


Q1284) Statement 1: Endocrine gland are ductless gland
Statement 2: Endocrine glands discharge their secretion into the blood that carries them to target
organs Show Answer