Biology 9 Chapter 4 Grand MCQs Test

Biology 9 Chapter 4 Grand MCQs Test

Biology 9 Chapter 4 Grand MCQs Test

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Class 9 Biology
Chapter 4
Grand MCQs Test No

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Which type of microscope would you use to study the detailed structure of a mitochondrion in the cell of human liver?

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Flattened sacs, cisternae are found in:

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The shrinking of cytoplasm is:

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Chromoplasts are associated with bright colours and help in:

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Which term refers to the relative concentration of solutes in the solution?

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The solution that has relatively more solute:

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Microtubules are made up of:

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Golgi was awarded Nobel Prize for:

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Golgi was awarded Nobel Prize in:

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Secondary wall is made up of:

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Which organelles are involved in protein synthesis?

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The cells that undergo contraction and share their role in movements of:

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The diameter of human red blood cell is:

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Who discovered the nucleus in the cell?

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Functions of Chloroplast is:

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A German botanist who studied plant tissues and made the first statement of cell theory:

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Which of these organelles have their own DNA?

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Gaseous exchange in gills and lungs occurs by:

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The resolution of electron microscope is:

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The movement of molecules from a region of lower concentration to higher concentration is called:

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Primary wall is made up of:

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Who proposed that all living cells arise from pre-existing cells?

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The process in which semi-permeable membrane separate salts from water:

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Lysosomes were discovered by:

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Cell Organelle which contains digestive enzymes:

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Which organelles are involved in energy production?

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The stack of thylakoids is called:

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The first compound microscope was developed by:

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Which type of microscope would you use to study the surface texture of human hair:

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The cell wall of prokaryotes is made up of:

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The magnification of a light microscope:

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A photograph taken through a microscope is called:

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Facilitated diffusion is:

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Leucoplasts are colourless and store:

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The increase in the apparent size of an object:

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The resolution of light microscope is:

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Centrioles are involved in the formation of:

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The magnification of an electron microscope:

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Human body is made up of types of cells:

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The cell wall of fungi is made up of:

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Cells were first described by a British scientist:

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The measure of the clarity of an image is called:

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Which type of microscope is better to study the movement of Amoeba?

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The type of plastids that contain pigments associated with bright colours:

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The mitochondrion functions in:

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Energy is required in:

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The Resolution of human eye:

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The cells that contribute in coordination of the body:

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In eukaryotic cells, which of the following organelles are bounded by cell membrane?

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Plastids are present in the cells of:

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The size of the smallest Bacterium is:

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Microfilaments are made up of:

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In the cell wall of plants, the chemical present is:

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Which is not present in cell membrane?

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Which type of microscope would you use to study the change in shape of a human white blood cell:

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Cell membrane is mainly composed of:

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Smooth endoplasmic Reticulum is involved in:

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Animal cells have two centrioles near the exterior surface of nucleus collectively called:

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