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Biology 10 Chapter 10 Challenge MCQs Test


Challenge MCQs Test

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 10
Full Chapter Challenge Test

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Some viral (influenza virus) and fungal infections may also lead to:

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In developing world smoking has:

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Total chemicals in tobacco smoke are:

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The main cause of lung cancer is:

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Gases diffuse by general surface in:

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The destruction of wall of alveoli is called:

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Tooth loss is __________ times higher in smokers than in non-smokers.

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C-shaped cartilagenous rings are present in the wall of;

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Percentage of { CO }_{ 2 } in exhaled air during breathing is:

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A thick muscular structure present below the lungs is called:

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Rate of breathing depends upon concentration of which gas in the blood?

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Which process does not occur in the nasal cavity?

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Which of the following is called voice box?

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How many pairs of ribs are there In humans?

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When the "World No Tobacco Day" is celebrated?

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Dusky or purplish skin colour is a symptom of:

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What type of blood vessels surrounds the alveoli?

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Air passageway starts from:

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How many bronchi are there in the air passageway?

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The inflammation of bronchi or bronchioles is called:

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Which one is the form of allergy?

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Lungs are organ which are;

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A disease involving the breakdown of ate sacs of the lungs is;

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Asthma is caused by:

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Amount of nitrogen in expired air is:

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Passive smoking in non-smokers has increased heart rate by:

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The length of trachea is:

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Smoking may also lead to the cancers in:

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Which structure actively helps taking the air out of lungs?

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A powerful poison which damages brain is:

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Amount of oxygen in expired air is:

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The normal breathing rate In human being is:

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Most of the gaseous exchange in a leaf occurs through:

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The process of gaseous exchange involves:

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A flap of tissue which guards glottis is:

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Where does the gaseous exchange occur In humans?

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Pneumonia is an infection of:

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In humans and other higher animals, the exchange of gases is carried out by:

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Which of the following lessens the oxygen carrying capacity of haemoglobin?

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Cough, mild wheezing, fever, chills and shortness of breath (especially when doing hard Job) are symptoms of:

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In which of the following gaseous exchange occurs through stomata?

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The primary chemical stimulus for breathing is the concentration of;

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Which remains unaffected in expired air?

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Temperature of expired air is:

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How many lobes are present In right lung?

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In which of the following disease, the patient has usually lost 50% to 70% of his/ her lung tissue when symptoms appears?

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Function of pleural membrane Is to:

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During exercise or other bard physical works the breathing rate may increase up to:

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Which one takes deoxygenated blood towards lungs

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Exchange of gases occurs through lenticels in:

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Amount of carbon dioxide in inspired air is:

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In young stems and leaves some gaseous exchange occurs through

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Cluster of pouches found in respiratory system:

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Point out the FALSE statement about respiration.

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