Biology Questions and Answers From “Homeostasis” Chapter

This article contains important biology questions from the homeostasis chapter. After attempting these questions with full concentration, your whole chapter of homeostasis will be covered. But to do this you must have studied the chapter thoroughly, at least 3 times.

Biology Questions From Homeostasis

“Homeostasis” means maintaining a constant internal environment. We are not going in detail of homeostasis but here we provide an opportunity to test your knowledge about homeostasis.

Without wasting any time, let’s try these simple biology questions.

Q1. All invertebrates, amphibians, and reptiles are:

(a)  Homeotherm

(b) Poikilotherms

(c) Heterotherm

(d) None

Q2. Animals which produce metabolic heat at a low level and absorb heat from their surroundings are:

(a) Ectotherm

(b) Endotherm

(c) Hetrotherm

(d) Homotherm

Q3. Fever helps in stimulating the protective mechanism against the:

(a) Cold

(b) Wind

(c) Pathogens

(d) Shivering

Q4. An earthworm is the ideal example of a tubular excretory system called:

(a) Protonephridia

(b) Mesonephridia

(c) Metanephridia

(d) Prenephridia

Q5. Hormones trigger heat production as do thyroid hormones and are termed as:

(a) Non-shivering thermogenesis

(b) Shivering thermogenesis

(c) Dynamic thermogenesis

(d) Static Thermogenesis

Q6. Kideny stones are formed in which metabolic disease:

(a) Hypertonsion

(b) Hypercalcimia

(c) Hypermagnisia

(d) Hyperglycemia

Q7. Moderate water availability is the demand of:

(a) Hydrophytes

(b) Xerophytes

(c) Mesophytes

(d) Zerophytes

Q8. Only 1ml of water is required to eliminate 1g of nitrogen in the form of:

(a) Uric acid

(b) Nitric Acid

(c) Ammonia

(d) Aspartic acid

Q9. Plants respond to cold stress by increasing proportion of:

(a) Unsaturated fatty acid

(b) Saturated fatty acid

(c) Amino acid

(d) Nucleic acid

Q10. The active uptake of sodium in the ascending limb or thick loop of henel is promoted by the action of:

(a) Androgens

(b) Aldosteron

(c) Progesteron

(d) Testosteron


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