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Biology MCQs for Class 9

Although Biology is an interesting subject for some people but for others it is a boring subject. Learning the theories of Biology is really necessary for every student. Especially for those who wants to make his future in the Medical field. In this post, we have provided you with Biology MCQs for class 9. This post contains all the FBISE Biology Past Papers MCQs of 9th Class with answers.

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Class 9 Biology Reduced Syllabus 2021

NOTE:
1. Only topic-based relevant MCQs, Short and Long Questions are included.
2. All information inside boxes is excluded.

Chapter 1: Introduction to Biology

Introduction to Biology (2-3)
Branches of Biology
The Levels Of Organization (7-13)

Chapter 2: Solving a Biological Problem

Biological Method (20-23)
Theory, Law and Principle (26-27)
Data Organization And Data Analysis (27-28)

Chapter 3: Biodiversity

Biodiversity (31)
Importance of Biodiversity (32)
Classification- Aims and Principles (33-35)
Aims of classification
Basis of classification
Taxonomic hierarchy
Two kingdom classification system (36-38)
Three kingdom classification system
Five kingdom classification system
The five kingdoms
Binomial Nomenclature (39-40)
Deforestation and Over-hunting (43-44)
Endangered Species In Pakistan (45-46)

Chapter 4: Cells and Tissues

Cellular Structures and Function (57-65)
Difference Between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells (66)
Passage of Molecules into and Out of Cells
Diffusion (69)
Osmosis (70) (Water Balance Problems, Osmosis and Guard Cells,
Application of Knowledge About Semi-Permeable Membranes
Excluded)
Active Transport (73)
Animal Tissues (74)
Epithelial Tissues (Types Excluded) (75)
Connective Tissues (75)
Muscle Tissues (76-77)
Nervous Tissue (77)
Plant Tissues (78-82)
Simple Tissues
Meristematic Tissues (Types Excluded)
Permanent Tissues (Names of Types Only)
Compound Tissues (Names of Types Only)

Chapter 5: Cell Cycle

Cell Cycle (87-88)
Mitosis and Its Phases (89-91)
Meiosis and Its Phases (95-100)
Comparison Between Mitosis and Meiosis (101)

Chapter 6: Enzymes

Enzyme Introduction (107-108)
Characteristics of Enzymes (108-109)
Factors Affecting Rate of Enzyme Action (109-111)
Mechanism Of Enzyme Action (111-112)

Chapter 7: Bioenergetics

Oxidation and Reduction Reactions (118)
ATP- The Cell’s Energy Currency (119-120)
Photosynthesis (120)
Mechanism of Photosynthesis (121-122)
Respiration (130)
Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration (130-131) (Importance of Fermentation excluded)
Mechanism of Respiration (132)

Chapter 8: Nutrition

Components of Human Food (143)
Minerals (Table 8.2 excluded) (144)
Role of Calcium and Iron (145)
Effects of Water and Dietary Fiber (150)
Digestion in Humans (157-165) (Disorders excluded)

Chapter 9: Transport

Transpiration (173) (Opening and Closing of Stomata excluded, Factors Affecting the Rate of Transpiration excluded)
Significance of Transpiration (176)
Transport in Human (184)
Blood (185-187) (Table 9.2 excluded)
Human Heart (192-193)
Pulmonary and Systemic Circulation (193)
Heartbeat (194-195)
Heart Rate and Pulse Rate (195-196)
Blood Vessels (197-198) (Table 9.1 included)


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