Subject

Biology

Class

NEET Class 12

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1.

Identify the given figures A, B, C, D and E.

  •        A        B        C        D        E
    Marginal Axile Free central Parietal Basal
  •        A        B        C        D        E
    Marginal Parietal Free central Axile Basal
  •        A        B        C        D        E
    Marginal Axile Parietal Free central Basal
  •        A        B        C        D        E
    Marginal Axile Parietal Basal Free central


C.

       A        B        C        D        E
Marginal Axile Parietal Free central Basal

Identify the given figures A, B, C, D and E.


2.

In a 50 gm living tissue, what would be the amount of water

  • 15- 25 gm

  • 25 - 30 gm

  • 35- 45 gm

  • 70- 90 gm


C.

35- 45 gm

In a 50 gm living tissue, what would be the amount of water


3.

Cleistogamy is leading over anthesis because

  • pollination agent is not required

  • it assures heterozygosity

  • it favours insect pollination

  • it allows xenogamy


A.

pollination agent is not required

Cleistogamy is leading over anthesis because


4.

Given figure shows

  • structure of lenticel


  • hydathode showing gaseous vapour exchange

  • fungus reproducing by spore formation

  • algae reproducing by spore formation.


A.

structure of lenticel


Given figure shows


5.

Cell theory was proposed by

  • a botanist

  • a zoologist

  • a botanist and a zoologist

  • a psychologist


C.

a botanist and a zoologist

Cell theory was proposed by


6.

PS-II occurs only in

  • stroma

  • granal thylakoids

  • stromal lamella

  • matrix


B.

granal thylakoids

PS-II occurs only in


7.

In active transport, carrier proteins are used, which use energy in the form of ATP, to

  • transport molecules against concentration gradient of cell wall.

  • transport molecules along concentration gradient of cell membrane.

  • transport molecules against concentration gradient of cell membrane.

  • transport molecules along concentration gradient of cell wall.


C.

transport molecules against concentration gradient of cell membrane.

In active transport, carrier proteins are used, which use energy in the form of ATP, to


8.

In the given diagram A and B represent

  •              A               B
    Mineralisation Demineralisation
  •              A               B
    Ammonification Denitrification
  •              A               B
    Denitrification Ammonification
  •              A               B
    Denitrification Mineralisation

C.

             A               B
Denitrification Ammonification

In the given diagram A and B represent


9.

Bacteria, fungi, lower plants survive in adverse conditions by

  • diapause

  • suspended growth

  • migration

  • formation of thick walled spores.


D.

formation of thick walled spores.

Bacteria, fungi, lower plants survive in adverse conditions by


10.

After glycolysis, fate of glucose in mitochondrial matrix is

  • oxidation

  • reduction

  • oxidative decarboxylation

  • hydrolysis


A.

oxidation

After glycolysis, fate of glucose in mitochondrial matrix is