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Biology Exam Preparation Through 10 Questions

Biology is the investigation of living things as well as their necessary processes. Due to the fact that biology covers such a broad area, it has been traditional to split the investigation of plants (botany) from that of animals (zoology), as well as the investigation of framework of organisms (morphology) from that of function (physiology). Regardless of their apparent distinctions, all the subdivisions are interrelated by fundamental concepts, so current practice tends to look into those natural sensations that all living things have in common

Quick Biology Exam  Through 10 Questions

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Question 1
How many molecules of pyruvic acid are formed from l molecule of glucose at the end of glucose at the end of glycolysis ? 
A
3
B
2
C
1
D
4
Question 2
Where do the reactions of Kreb's cycle take place? 
A
in the Golgi body
B
in the lysosome
C
in the matrix of mitochondria
D
in the cytoplasm of the cell
Question 3
How many ATP molecules are formed from complete oxidation of fruc-tose 1,6-diphosphate? 
A
36
B
34
C
32
D
30
Question 4
What is the movement of tendrils in response to touch called? 
A
thigmotropism
B
geotropism
C
chemotropism
D
phototropism
Question 5
Closure of lid in pitcher plant indicates which movement ? 
A
tropic movement
B
nastic movement
C
paratonic movement
D
tactic movement
Question 6
Which hormone is involved in photoropism?
A
auxin
B
cytokinin
C
gibberrelin
D
abscisscic acid
Question 7
What is the movement of sensitive plant mimosa pudica called? 
A
seismonastic movement
B
nytinastic movement
C
thigmonastic movement
D
chemonastic movement
Question 8
What type of movement occurs during opening and closing of stomata? 
A
nastic movement
B
tropic movement
C
tactic movement
D
all the above
Question 9
Circinate ptyxis present in fern leaves is due to 
A
epinasty
B
hyponasty
C
apostrophe
D
none
Question 10
Give one name for the movement of plant organs in response to force of gravity. 
A
thigmotropism
B
chemotropism
C
phototropism
D
geotropism
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