Biology Questions and Answers

“Bio” means life, and “Logos” mean study. So we can define biology as ” The study of life is called biology.”

Are you a medical student? Or are you preparing to appear in an entry test to any medical field? Being a medical student, you must have full knowledge of biology because almost all the medical exams are based on biology questions.

In this article, we have picked up some important biology questions for you.

Biology Questions

This article contains mixed questions. But you can also choose chapter wise questions. Before answering the questions, you must study the chapters thoroughly.

Chapter Wise Questions

We have divided biology questions into the following categories.

Cell CycleBiotechnology
Support & MovementCoordination & Control
Growth & DevelopmentChromosomes & DNA
Variations & GeneticsMan & Environment

Q1. Animals excreting ammonia are called?

(a) ammonotelic

(b) Ureotelic

(c) Uricotelic

(d) Excretotelic

Q2. Animals which on exposure to changing air or water temperature, maintain their body temperature are?

(a) Pikiolotherms

(b) Homeotherms

(c) Ectotherms

(d) Both a & c

Q3. Non-surgical removal of kidney stone is called:

(a) Lithotrophy

(b) Lithography

(c) Lithotripsy

(d) Lithogipsy

Q4. Excess nitrogen is excreted by animals as:

(a) Ammonia

(b) Urea

(c) Uric acid

(d) All

Q5. Plant cells have large vacaules, these can be used for:

(a) Storage of useful compounds

(b) Storage of waste substances

(c) Both a & c

(d) Removal of wastes

Q6. Pyrogens displace the set point of hypothalamus above the normal point of:

(a) 32°C

(b) 33°C

(c) 35°C

(d) 37°C

Q7. An increase in plant girth due to the activity of vascular cambium is called:

(a) Primary growth

(b) Secondary growth

(c) Tertiary growth

(d) Quaternary growth

Q8. At distal end humerus forms hinge joint with:

(a) Radius

(b) Ulna

(c) Tibia

(d) Both a & c

Q9. A condition in which palatine process of maxilla and palatine fail to fues is:

(a) Cleft palate

(b) Micro cephally

(c) Cretinism

(d) Cleft Lips

Q10. Disc slip is treated with:

(a) Bed rest

(b) Traction

(c) Pain killer

(d) All

Q11. In structure of muscle, each A-band has a lighter stripe in its mid section called:

(a) A-zone

(b) M-line

(c) H-zone

(d) Z-line

Q12. Haptonastic movement occurs in response to:

(a) Water

(b) Light

(c) Pressure

(d) Contact

Q13. In amoeba, movement takes place by means of:

(a) Cilium

(b) Flagellum

(c) Pseudopodium

(d) Myonemes

Q14. Bone to Bone attachment is by:

(a) Tendon

(b) Nerve

(c) Ligament

(d) Sinew

Q15. Smooth muscles are long and spindle shaped with each containing:

(a) Single nucleus

(b) Two nuclei

(c) Three nuclei

(d) Poly nuclei

Q16. Spondylosis is the disease, which cause immobility and fusion of:

(a) Vertebral joint

(b) Shoulder joint

(c) Hip joint

(d) Elbow Joint

Q17. The disease caused by low calcium in the blood:

(a) Cramp

(b) Tetany

(c) Muscle fatigue

(d) Titanic

Q18. The axial skeleton include:

(a) Skull

(b) Vertebrae

(c) Ribs and sternum

(d) All

Q19. Cardiac muscles are:

(a) Striated & Voluntary

(b) Unstriated & Voluntary

(c) Striated & Involuntary

(d) Unstriated & Involuntary

Q20. The first two cervical vertebrae are:

(a) Atlas & Sacrum

(b) Lumber & Sacrum

(c) Atlas & Axis

(d) Lumbar & Coccyx

Q21. The membrane that bounds vacuole, is called:

(a) Protoplast

(b) Vacoplast

(c) Memoplast

(d) Tonoplast

Q22. The movement of plant parts in response to stimulus of water is called:

(a) Hydrotropism

(b) Phototropism

(c) Chemotropism

(d) Thigmotropism

Q23. The “Myofibrils” of muscle cell consist of smaller contractile units called:

(a) Myomere

(b) Sarcomere

(c) Blastomere

(d) Gastromere

Q24. In man the number of facial bone is:

(a) 10

(b) 14

(c) 16

(d) 20

Q25. There are five vertebrae in:

(a) Cervical region

(b) Trunk

(c) Lumbar region

(d) Coccyx

Q26. Thigmotropism is the movement in response to stimulus of:

(a) Light

(b) Touch

(c) Water

(d) Chemicals

Q27. Muscle fatigue is caused by the accumulation of:

(a) CO2

(b) Lactic acid

(c) Fumaric Acid

(d) Ethyl alcohol

Q28. Anti diuretic hormone is also called:

(a) Oxytocin

(b) ACTH

(c) Vasopressin

(d) Prolactin

Q29. The largest part of the brain is:

(a) Cerebellum

(b) Medulla

(c) Thalamus

(d) Cerebrum

Q30. How many pairs of spinal nerves arise from or lead to spinal cord:

(a) 31

(b) 13

(c) 12

(d) 25

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