Class 10 Biology MCQs Tests



Class 10 Biology MCQs Tests

This page contains all the online tests for Class 10 Biology MCQs. Students should do the practice of all these tests for getting good marks in FBISE board exams.

Chapter 10 – Gaseous Exchange

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Chapter 11 – Homeostasis

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Chapter 12 – Coordination and Control

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Chapter 13 – Support and Movement

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Chapter 14 – Reproduction

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Chapter 15 – Inheritance

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Chapter 16 – Man and His Environment

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Chapter 17 – Biotechnology

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Chapter 18 – Pharmacology

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Class 10 Biology MCQs Tests Chapter-wise

Chapter 10

Chapter 10 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 10
Practice MCQs Test No 1

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The process of gaseous exchange involves:

2 / 11

How many bronchi are there in the air passageway?

3 / 11

In which of the following gaseous exchange occurs through stomata?

4 / 11

Which process does not occur in the nasal cavity?

5 / 11

Most of the gaseous exchange in a leaf occurs through:

6 / 11

Point out the FALSE statement about respiration.

7 / 11

Where does the gaseous exchange occur In humans?

8 / 11

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

9 / 11

Which structure actively helps taking the air out of lungs?

10 / 11

The primary chemical stimulus for breathing is the concentration of;

11 / 11

What type of blood vessels surrounds the alveoli?

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Chapter 10 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 10
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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How many lobes are present In right lung?

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Amount of nitrogen in expired air is:

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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?

5 / 11

The length of trachea is:

6 / 11

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

7 / 11

Amount of carbon dioxide in inspired air is:

8 / 11

The normal breathing rate In human being is:

9 / 11

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

10 / 11

Amount of oxygen in expired air is:

11 / 11

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

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Chapter 10 Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 10
Practice MCQs Test No 3

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When the "World No Tobacco Day" is celebrated?

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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?

3 / 11

Which one is the form of allergy?

4 / 11

The inflammation of bronchi or bronchioles is called:

5 / 11

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

6 / 11

Smoking may also lead to the cancers in:

7 / 11

The destruction of wall of alveoli is called:

8 / 11

Pneumonia is an infection of:

9 / 11

In young stems and leaves some gaseous exchange occurs through

10 / 11

Which remains unaffected in expired air?

11 / 11

In developing world smoking has:

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Chapter 10 Practice MCQs Test No 4

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 10
Practice MCQs Test No 4

1 / 11

Cluster of pouches found in respiratory system:

2 / 11

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

3 / 11

Lungs are organ which are;

4 / 11

Dusky or purplish skin colour is a symptom of:

5 / 11

Temperature of expired air is:

6 / 11

Exchange of gases occurs through lenticels in:

7 / 11

Gases diffuse by general surface in:

8 / 11

Total chemicals in tobacco smoke are:

9 / 11

Air passageway starts from:

10 / 11

A flap of tissue which guards glottis is:

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

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Chapter 10 Practice MCQs Test No 5

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 10
Practice MCQs Test No 5

1 / 10

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

2 / 10

Function of pleural membrane Is to:

3 / 10

The main cause of lung cancer is:

4 / 10

A powerful poison which damages brain is:

5 / 10

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

6 / 10

Asthma is caused by:

7 / 10

Which one takes deoxygenated blood towards lungs

8 / 10

A thick muscular structure present below the lungs is called:

9 / 10

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

10 / 10

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

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Challenge Test 10

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 10
Full Chapter Challenge Test

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The length of trachea is:

2 / 54

Which one takes deoxygenated blood towards lungs

3 / 54

Which remains unaffected in expired air?

4 / 54

Amount of nitrogen in expired air is:

5 / 54

Which one is the form of allergy?

6 / 54

Lungs are organ which are;

7 / 54

What type of blood vessels surrounds the alveoli?

8 / 54

Function of pleural membrane Is to:

9 / 54

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

10 / 54

Cluster of pouches found in respiratory system:

11 / 54

Amount of oxygen in expired air is:

12 / 54

The primary chemical stimulus for breathing is the concentration of;

13 / 54

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

14 / 54

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

15 / 54

Point out the FALSE statement about respiration.

16 / 54

Temperature of expired air is:

17 / 54

The process of gaseous exchange involves:

18 / 54

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

19 / 54

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

20 / 54

When the "World No Tobacco Day" is celebrated?

21 / 54

Dusky or purplish skin colour is a symptom of:

22 / 54

Which of the following is called voice box?

23 / 54

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

24 / 54

Pneumonia is an infection of:

25 / 54

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

26 / 54

A flap of tissue which guards glottis is:

27 / 54

Asthma is caused by:

28 / 54

How many lobes are present In right lung?

29 / 54

Exchange of gases occurs through lenticels in:

30 / 54

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

31 / 54

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

32 / 54

Which process does not occur in the nasal cavity?

33 / 54

Which structure actively helps taking the air out of lungs?

34 / 54

The normal breathing rate In human being is:

35 / 54

A thick muscular structure present below the lungs is called:

36 / 54

The destruction of wall of alveoli is called:

37 / 54

The inflammation of bronchi or bronchioles is called:

38 / 54

How many pairs of ribs are there In humans?

39 / 54

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

40 / 54

The main cause of lung cancer is:

41 / 54

How many bronchi are there in the air passageway?

42 / 54

In young stems and leaves some gaseous exchange occurs through

43 / 54

Amount of carbon dioxide in inspired air is:

44 / 54

Air passageway starts from:

45 / 54

In which of the following gaseous exchange occurs through stomata?

46 / 54

A powerful poison which damages brain is:

47 / 54

Most of the gaseous exchange in a leaf occurs through:

48 / 54

Gases diffuse by general surface in:

49 / 54

Total chemicals in tobacco smoke are:

50 / 54

In developing world smoking has:

51 / 54

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

52 / 54

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

53 / 54

Smoking may also lead to the cancers in:

54 / 54

Where does the gaseous exchange occur In humans?

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Chapter 11

Chapter 11 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 11
Practice MCQs Test No 1

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The two main functions of sweat are;

2 / 12

During peritoneal dialysis, the waste materials move from:

3 / 12

What is the function of the ureter?

4 / 12

What waste products are excreted by kidneys?

5 / 12

Which is the correct order for the path taken by urine after it leaves the kidneys?

6 / 12

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

7 / 12

Calcium oxalate is deposited in the form of crystals in the leaves and stems of:

8 / 12

The human urinary system consists of:

9 / 12

Which organ is responsible for filtering the blood?

10 / 12

Which would NOT be present in the filtrate entering the Bowman's capsule of nephron?

11 / 12

Core temperature of human body remains at about:

12 / 12

The tube between kidney and urinary bladder is the:

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Chapter 11 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 11
Practice MCQs Test No 2

1 / 12

By drinking plenty of water how many stones can be avoided?

2 / 12

The typical volume of urine produced by an average adult per day is:

3 / 12

Cacti are examples of:

4 / 12

Resins are removed by:

5 / 12

The loss of water in the form of drops from lips of leaf is called:

6 / 12

The depression near the centre of concave area of kidney is called:

7 / 12

A method for removal of kidney stone is:

8 / 12

Normal pH of blood is maintained at:

9 / 12

A method for removing stones in which non-electrical shock watts are bombarded on stones is called:

10 / 12

U-shaped part of renal tubule is called:

11 / 12

Which of the following are not filtered through glomerular capillaries:

12 / 12

Organs which work for homeostatis are:

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Chapter 11 Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 11
Practice MCQs Test No 3

1 / 12

Keekar produces:

2 / 12

Rubber plant produces:

3 / 12

Which one Is not the part of kidney?

4 / 12

Water is transported by:

5 / 12

Broad leaves are found in:

6 / 12

Which Is not the function of kidney?

7 / 12

In plants the excess water is removed by:

8 / 12

The 'Nephrons' are mainly made of:

9 / 12

What is produced during respiration?

10 / 12

Metabolic wastes are eliminated by:

11 / 12

In animals, the excretion of { CO }_{ 2 } takes place by:

12 / 12

Guttation occurs in:

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Chapter 11 Practice MCQs Test No 4

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 11
Practice MCQs Test No 4

1 / 11

Which is done at home?

2 / 11

%age of Potassium ions in urine is:

3 / 11

The name of the common mineral salt present In sweat is ________________

4 / 11

Uric acid is removed by:

5 / 11

%age of water In Urine is:

6 / 11

Which encloses glomerulus?

7 / 11

Amount of urea in normal chemical composition of urea in urine is:

8 / 11

Succulent organs are found in:

9 / 11

Average life for a donated kidney is:

10 / 11

Which creates an Insulating blanket of warm air?

11 / 11

Hypotonic urine it formed when water In body fluid is:

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Chapter 11 Practice MCQs Test No 5

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 11
Practice MCQs Test No 5

1 / 11

The plants which live in sea water and are adapted to salty environments are called:

2 / 11

Who wrote an encyclopedia "Al Tasrif?

3 / 11

Secretions secreted by conifers are called:

4 / 11

Excretion is also a process of:

5 / 11

Mucilage is secreted in:

6 / 11

The length of each Kidney is:

7 / 11

Arterial blood dialysis Is also called:

8 / 11

In kidney the formation of urine ocean In ___________ steps?

9 / 11

Approximate weight of a Kidney is:

10 / 11

The category of the plants that has adaptations of small and thick leaves to limit water loss is called:

11 / 11

Despite eating a meal rich in carbohydrates, the blood glucose level remains about:

Your score is


Challenge Test 11

3

Class 10 Biology
Chapter 11
Full Chapter Challenge Test

1 / 58

Despite eating a meal rich in carbohydrates, the blood glucose level remains about:

2 / 58

The typical volume of urine produced by an average adult per day is:

3 / 58

Which organ is responsible for filtering the blood?

4 / 58

Arterial blood dialysis Is also called:

5 / 58

Which of the following are not filtered through glomerular capillaries:

6 / 58

The human urinary system consists of:

7 / 58

Which creates an Insulating blanket of warm air?

8 / 58

The depression near the centre of concave area of kidney is called:

9 / 58

Rubber plant produces:

10 / 58

Which one Is not the part of kidney?

11 / 58

Resins are removed by:

12 / 58

Water is transported by:

13 / 58

What waste products are excreted by kidneys?

14 / 58

In plants the excess water is removed by:

15 / 58

The loss of water in the form of drops from lips of leaf is called:

16 / 58

Organs which work for homeostatis are:

17 / 58

The tube between kidney and urinary bladder is the:

18 / 58

%age of Potassium ions in urine is:

19 / 58

%age of water In Urine is:

20 / 58

Approximate weight of a Kidney is:

21 / 58

Who wrote an encyclopedia "Al Tasrif?

22 / 58

A method for removing stones in which non-electrical shock watts are bombarded on stones is called:

23 / 58

Excretion is also a process of:

24 / 58

The length of each Kidney is:

25 / 58

Broad leaves are found in:

26 / 58

Average life for a donated kidney is:

27 / 58

The category of the plants that has adaptations of small and thick leaves to limit water loss is called:

28 / 58

Metabolic wastes are eliminated by:

29 / 58

Normal pH of blood is maintained at:

30 / 58

What is the function of the ureter?

31 / 58

Succulent organs are found in:

32 / 58

Which is the correct order for the path taken by urine after it leaves the kidneys?

33 / 58

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

34 / 58

Amount of urea in normal chemical composition of urea in urine is:

35 / 58

U-shaped part of renal tubule is called:

36 / 58

Uric acid is removed by:

37 / 58

In kidney the formation of urine ocean In ___________ steps?

38 / 58

Which encloses glomerulus?

39 / 58

The two main functions of sweat are;

40 / 58

The plants which live in sea water and are adapted to salty environments are called:

41 / 58

The name of the common mineral salt present In sweat is ________________

42 / 58

By drinking plenty of water how many stones can be avoided?

43 / 58

Hypotonic urine it formed when water In body fluid is:

44 / 58

Guttation occurs in:

45 / 58

Which Is not the function of kidney?

46 / 58

What is produced during respiration?

47 / 58

Mucilage is secreted in:

48 / 58

Calcium oxalate is deposited in the form of crystals in the leaves and stems of:

49 / 58

Core temperature of human body remains at about:

50 / 58

During peritoneal dialysis, the waste materials move from:

51 / 58

Secretions secreted by conifers are called:

52 / 58

Which would NOT be present in the filtrate entering the Bowman's capsule of nephron?

53 / 58

Cacti are examples of:

54 / 58

In animals, the excretion of { CO }_{ 2 } takes place by:

55 / 58

Keekar produces:

56 / 58

A method for removal of kidney stone is:

57 / 58

The 'Nephrons' are mainly made of:

58 / 58

Which is done at home?

Your score is


Chapter 12

Chapter 12 Practice MCQs Test No 1

1

Class 10 Biology
Chapter 12
Practice MCQs Test No 1

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The part of the brain responsible for muscle movement, Interpretation of the senses and the memory is the;

2 / 15

If you look at an intact human brain, what put see the most is a large, highly convoluted outer surface. This Is the;

3 / 15

This is not a pan of the hindbrain:

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The portion of the nervous system that is involuntary in action:

5 / 15

Apart from hearing, what other major body function is performed by the ear?

6 / 15

The organs which are specifically built to detect particular type of stimulus are called;

7 / 15

The pathway followed by the nerve impulses for producing a reflex action Is called;

8 / 15

The myelin sheath is formed by _________ which wrap around the axons of some neurons;

9 / 15

Which neurons are present Inside the central nervous system?

10 / 15

Insulin and glucagon are produced in the;

11 / 15

A coordinated action has components;

12 / 15

The elongation of eye-ball results in:

13 / 15

All of these are hormones except:

14 / 15

Ali Ibn-e-Isa's book on study of diseases and surgery of eye is;

15 / 15

Processes that carry nerve impulses away from the cell body are called;

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Chapter 12 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 12
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Which one is the smallest bone of human body?

2 / 15

The structural and functional unit or nervous system is;

3 / 15

The sensory layer of eye Is;

4 / 15

The nervous system consists of billions of neurons and;

5 / 15

Glucagon is secreted by _________

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ucleus and cytoplasm of neuron is located in;

7 / 15

_________ are sensitive to dim light.

8 / 15

_________ is unable to see during day time.

9 / 15

Ibn-al-Haytham is famous for his book of:

10 / 15

The lens found In human eye is;

11 / 15

___________ gland Is pea-shaped.

12 / 15

Night blindness Is caused due to the deficiency of _________ In body.

13 / 15

Non-Myelinated points between the myelin on an axon are:

14 / 15

_________ separates the middle ear from Inner car.

15 / 15

The sensory part of ear is;

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Chapter 12 Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 12
Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Which part of human body plays role in balancing the body:

2 / 15

The hormone calcitonin is secreted by:

3 / 15

A connection between cerebellum and spinal cord is:

4 / 15

Muscular ring farmed by choroid is:

5 / 15

Central nervous system consists of brain and:

6 / 15

Rods and Cones are absent in:

7 / 15

Lobe concerned with senses of hearing and smell:

8 / 15

Pairs of Spinal nerves are:

9 / 15

Female secondary sex characters are controlled by:

10 / 15

Under the influence of which hormone of pituitary gland throxine and calcitonin is produced?

11 / 15

Functional disorder of nervous system is:

12 / 15

Pairs of Cranial nerves are:

13 / 15

The largest part of the fore-brain that controls skeletal muscles, thinking, intelligence and emotions;

14 / 15

Father of Optics is:

15 / 15

This is not the part of hind brain:

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Chapter 12 Practice MCQs Test No 4

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 12
Practice MCQs Test No 4

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Which of the following contains sensory areas that received impulses from skin?

2 / 15

For farsightedness the image is formed:

3 / 15

Sound receptor cells are present in;

4 / 15

Progesterone is secreted by:

5 / 15

The length of spinal cord

6 / 15

Which lobe coordinates movements Involved in speech?

7 / 15

A pigment lodopsin is present in:

8 / 15

Layers of brain are called:

9 / 15

The special neuroglial cells located at regular Intervals along axons are called:

10 / 15

Cerebrospinal fluid is present In:

11 / 15

Brain stem Involves:

12 / 15

Sensation of smell Is created by:

13 / 15

In reflex action, which of the following acts as co-ordinator?

14 / 15

Visual information is received and analysed by which lobe?

15 / 15

Which lobe permits conscious control of skeletal muscles?

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Chapter 12 Practice MCQs Test No 5

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Class 10 Biology
Chapter 12
Practice MCQs Test No 5

1 / 13

In Auditory Canal's wall special glands producer:

2 / 13

Parathormone is secreted by:

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In some parts of the body many Neurons cell bodies combine to make a group:

4 / 13

Auditory canal ends in:

5 / 13

In unicellular organisms, co-ordination is brought about by:

6 / 13

Hyperthyroidism is caused by:

7 / 13

Brain and Spinal cord are examples of:

8 / 13

The pathway which conduct impulses from CNS to effectors?

9 / 13

Convex lens Is used to rectify which problem?

10 / 13

If a new born baby feeds on mother's milk, as a result of which production of mother's milk will,

11 / 13

Which hormone prepares body to overcome emergency situation?

12 / 13

Endocrine glands are:

13 / 13

Which hormone is secreted in case of emergency situation:

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Challenge Test 12

1

Class 10 Biology
Chapter 12
Full Chapter Challenge Test

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Sensation of smell Is created by:

2 / 73

A connection between cerebellum and spinal cord is:

3 / 73

A coordinated action has components;

4 / 73

_________ is unable to see during day time.

5 / 73

The part of the brain responsible for muscle movement, Interpretation of the senses and the memory is the;

6 / 73

Cerebrospinal fluid is present In:

7 / 73

Layers of brain are called:

8 / 73

In some parts of the body many Neurons cell bodies combine to make a group:

9 / 73

Progesterone is secreted by:

10 / 73

In unicellular organisms, co-ordination is brought about by:

11 / 73

Apart from hearing, what other major body function is performed by the ear?

12 / 73

In reflex action, which of the following acts as co-ordinator?

13 / 73

The portion of the nervous system that is involuntary in action:

14 / 73

The elongation of eye-ball results in:

15 / 73

Brain and Spinal cord are examples of: