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Class 10 Biology Grand MCQs Tests


Biology 10 Grand MCQ Test 1

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Class 10  Biology
Past Papers MCQs Grand Test 1

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Which of the following enzyme is used to dissolve blood clots?

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The non-myelinated points between the areas of myelin on an axon are called:

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Which type of blood vessels surrounds the alveoli?

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__________ is used to dissolve blood clots in body.

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Breathing rate is controlled by respiratory center in the brain which is sensitive to the concentration of:

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The genotype having two identical alleles for a trait is known as:

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Binary fission in bacteria involves all EXCEPT:

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Gaseous exchange in young roots occurs through:

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All of these are parts of hind brain EXCEPT:

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Acrylic acid produced by Bacillus bacteria is used in:

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The drug applied on wounds to stop bleeding is:

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Digitalis, the cardiotonic which is used to stimulate heart is made from the leaves of:

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Which one among these contains many dendrites but only one axon?

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The system which prepares the body to deal with the situation of fight or flight is:

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The tube between kidney and urinary bladder is the:

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The three semi circular canals and vestibule of inner ear are responsible for:

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The initial step of carbohydrate fermentation and aerobic respiration is same. It is:

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The opening of Larynx is called:

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How many genetically different kinds of gametes an individual with genotype AAbb can produce?

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In a Food Chain, Grass → Grasshopper → Frog → Snake, the secondary consumer is:

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The addictive drugs Mescalling and Psilocin are used as:

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When in the heterozygous condition one allele make the expression of the other, it is called:

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In some plants, ovaries develop into fruit without fertilization. This process is known as:

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The white blood cells which recognize the weekend or dead pathogens and start producing antibodies against them are:

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When we eat onions, our trophic level is:

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What are the main components of a bone?

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The Nervous System which controls conscious and voluntary actions is:

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Which cartilage is found at the ends of long bones?

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Identify the correctly matched pair:

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In double fertilization, endosperm nucleus is formed by fusion of a sperm with:

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What are the chances of a baby to have blood group O, if the blood group of mother is O and that of father is AB?

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Find the correct match for the fermentation product and the organism involved:

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Right human lung is slightly bigger and has:

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The horizontal, elongated underground stems with scale leaves are called:

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How many genetically different kinds of gametes an individual with genotype AaBB can produce?

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Microspore germinates into the:

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Which one of the following is NOT true about Ligaments?

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Which of the following features of skin DOES NOT help in thermoregulation?

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Aspirin is categorized as:

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Gums are produced as waste material by:

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After injury, __________ is used to stop bleeding and prevent infection.

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Who proposed “The Theory of Natural Selection”?

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A disease involving the breakdown of air sacs of lungs is:

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Lungs are covered with double layered membranous sac called:

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Which of the following is NOT a part of axial skeleton?

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Bryophyllum undergoes vegetative propagation through adventitious buds present on:

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Rhizopus reproduces asexually by:

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Body balance of water, salts, temperature and glucose is termed as:

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Which of the following nervous systems is responsible for “Fight or Flight” response?

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Double fertilization in plants means:

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Enrichment of water with inorganic nutrients is called:

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Oogonia are enclosed in the structure inside ovary called:

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All of these are endo parasites EXCEPT:

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Special proteins which are present in pathogens and stimulate the immune response in the host are called:

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The mature bone cells are:

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Petals of the flower collectively form the whorl known as:

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All of the following are produced through Artificial selection from wild Mustard EXCEPT:

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Nerves impulses which jump over the areas of myelin sheath going from node to node are called:

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In woody stems and mature roots, the gaseous exchange takes place through:

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Which of the following is ball-and-socket joint?

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The part of inner ear which contains receptors for hearing is called:

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Which of the following reaction shows the correct sequence of events of fermentation in bacteria?

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Oxytocin and vasopressin are secreted by:

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The gaseous exchange in Humans occurs through:

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What passes through the membranes of a kidney machine (dialyzer)?

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Mendel carried out a large number of experiments on:

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During unfavorable condition, Amoeba reproduces asexually by:

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Mucilage is produced in _______ plants.

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Which one of the following lobe in cerebrum is connected with smell and hearing?

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An air pollutant which can cause acid rain is/are:

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In chromatin, DNA rapes around histone proteins and forms structures called:

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When we eat onion, our trophic level is:

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The disorder in which there is an accumulation of uric acid in joints is called:

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The disease in which virus destroys white blood cells and results in loss of immunity against infections is called:

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The number of cranial bones in skull is:

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The location of gene on the chromosomes is termed as:

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Which one of the following is not true for biceps?

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Which sequence correctly describes the flow of energy in an ecosystem?

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A large muscle that separates the chest cavity from abdominal cavity and helps in breathing is called:

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Insulin and glucagon are produced in the:


Biology 10 Grand MCQ Test 2

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Class 10  Biology
Past Papers MCQs Grand Test 2

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Which one is NOT an objective of genetic engineering?

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Pollination is the transfer of pollens from:

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Organisms in the ecosystem that are responsible for the recycling of plant and animal wastes are:

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What are the main components of a bone?

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Identify the correctly matched pair:

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For the production of single cell proteins, the microorganisms are grown in:

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In a DNA molecule, Adenine always forms pair with:

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The correct route of urine from distal convoluted tubules to bladder is:

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The vector DNA and attached Gene of interest are collectively called:

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Which of the following should NOT be done while taking medicines for a disease?

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In a food chain, tree → caterpillar → robin → hawk → coyote, which is the secondary consumer?

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In chemical coordination, endocrine glands secrete chemicals which are/is:

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Which one of the following Hormones maintains balance of salt and water in the bloods?

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Which type of blood vessels surrounds the alveoli?

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If a cross follows Menders law of independent assortment, it results in phenotypic ratio:

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Find the correct match for the fermentation product and the organism involved:

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Body balance of water, salts, temperature and glucose is termed as:

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Secretion of which gland in male reproductive system of Rabbit provides nutrients for sperm?

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How many genetically different kinds of gametes an individual with genotype AAbb can produce?

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Which form of Nitrogen is taken by the producers of the ecosystem?

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Asthma is caused by:

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In young stem and leaves beside stomata some gaseous exchange also occurs through:

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The tube between kidney and urinary bladder is the:

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What causes the material to move from Glomerulas capillaries to Bowman's capsule?

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Which of the following is not an example of continuous variation?

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Synthesis of an RNA molecule from a DNA template is known as:

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Renal corpuscle is a part of nephron. It consists of:

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The mature bone cells are called:

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Table below shows some hormones and their functions. Which hormone does not match with its function?

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Aspirin is categorized as:

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Double fertilization in plants means:

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Parasitic plants grow special types of roots into host body to suck the nutrients. These roots are called as:

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Trachea or windpipe is a long tube which lies in front of:

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The primary chemical stimulus for breathing is the concentration of:

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Which of the following drugs is obtained from plants?

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The number of vertebrae in human vertebral column is:

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Which one of the following is NOT a source of variation in sexually reproducing population?

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The first step in genetic engineering is:

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Which of the following is true about parthenogenesis?

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Which of the following is not a bad effect of smoking?

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Chest wall is made up of ribs. The number of ribs in humans is:

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Suckers are:

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Hinge joint is present in:

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Which of the following drugs is obtained from cactus?

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Sympathetic and Para sympathetic nervous systems are responsible for the activities which can not be controlled consciously. These two systems comprise of:

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Which of the following shows changes occurring in ciliary muscles and lens of eye while seeing a distant object?

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Which of the following narcotics are derived from opium (Poppy)?

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How many bones make Human skull?

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Which of the following is ball-and-socket joint?

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The Hormone which may prove effective against brain and lung cancer is called:

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Find the INCORRECT statement:

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Identify correctly matched pair:

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Insulin and glucagon are produced in the:

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Example of wind pollinated flower is:

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Mendel's primary contribution to our understanding of inheritance was:

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Which of these is an anti-viral protein?

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DNA-gives instructions for synthesis of:

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In alcoholic fermentation, Pyruvic acid breaks into ethanol and:

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If you look at an intact human brain, what you see the most is a large, highly convoluted outer surface, which is called:

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A biological process in which nitrates and nitrites are reduced to nitrogen gas by bacteria is called:

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