Class 9 Biology MCQs Tests



Class 9 Biology MCQs Tests

This page contains all the online tests for Class 9 Biology MCQs. Students should do the practice of all these tests for getting good marks in the FBISE  MCQs Exam of Class 9 Biology.

Chapter 1 – Introduction to Biology

Branches of Biology
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Branches of Biology
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Class 9 Biology Chapter 1 Branches MCQs Practice Test

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The study of the naming and classification of organisms into groups and subgroups:

2 / 12

It is the study of fossils, which are the remains of extinct organisms. Paleontologists study the age and structure of fossils and on this basis study the process of evolution is called:

3 / 12

The study of the structures of living organisms:

4 / 12

If a scientist is studying drugs and their effects on the systems of body, which branch of biology may this be?

5 / 12

The study of inheritance is called:

6 / 12

The study of parasites is done in:

7 / 12

The study of the functions of living organisms and their parts called:

8 / 12

If a scientist is studying the methods of inserting human insulin gene in bacteria, which branch of biology may this be:

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The study of the structure of internal organs is:

10 / 12

The branch that deals with the study of the interactions between the organisms and their environment is:

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The study of Insects is called:

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The microscopic study of tissues is done in:

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Levels of Organization
Practice MCQs Test No 2

Levels of Organization
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Class 9 Biology Chapter 1 Test of Levels of Organizations

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Populations of different organisms living together in a habitat is called:

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Stomach is an organ specialized for:

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The level of organization that is less definite in plants is:

4 / 25

Group of tissues doing a particular job is called:

5 / 25

Oral cavity, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, and pancreas are the major organs of:

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Which of these major bio elements is present in lowest amount in the body mass of living organisms?

7 / 25

Percentage of Hydrogen in the protoplasm of living organisms is:

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When we study the feeding relations among the different species of a forest, at what level of organization we are studying?

9 / 25

_______ tissue secretes gastric juice for the digestion of proteins.

10 / 25

Similar cells organized into groups and performing same functions are known as:

11 / 25

________ are specialized for cellular respiration.

12 / 25

Members of a single species living in a habitat:

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Which of these tissues also makes the glandular tissue in animals?

14 / 25

Digestive system is:

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Members of the same species living in the same place at the same time make a:

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Out of the 92 naturally occurring elements _______ are called bio-elements.

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The examples of macromolecules are:

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Biomolecules assemble in a particular way and form:

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The examples of Micromolecules are:

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The example of a simple community is:

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Which of these major bioelements is in the highest percentage in protoplasm?

22 / 25

__________ are specialized for protein synthesis.

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The structural and functional unit of life is:

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Microscopic structure which does a particular job in a cell is known as:

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Biosphere is also known as:

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Chapter 2 – Solving a Biological Problem

Chapter 2
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Class 9 Biology Chapter 2 Practice Test No 1

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Biological method has played an important part in scientific research for almost _______ years.

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Which one of the following is not the characteristic of a good hypothesis?

3 / 15

_______  may be defined as a proposition that might be true.

4 / 15

Galileo performed his experiments in ________.

5 / 15

Biologists use reasoning to formulate a _________.

6 / 15

The problem related to living organisms are ___________ problems.

7 / 15

Biological Method comprises of _____ steps.

8 / 15

The tentative explanation of observations is called a ________.

9 / 15

Weight of 1 liter of water is:

10 / 15

The freezing point of water is:

11 / 15

The scientific method in which biological problems are solved is called:

12 / 15

Scientists who use the scientific method to make new theories are:

13 / 15

Quantitative observations are considered:

14 / 15

Weight of 1 liter of ethanol is:

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Observations are made with five senses of vision, hearing, smell, taste, and ______.

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Chapter 2
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 2 Practice Test No 2

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Physicians were familiar with malaria more than _______years ago.

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The most basic step of biological method is:

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Quinine is obtained from:

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The word "mala" means:

5 / 15

Who began to search for the “cause” of malaria?

6 / 15

The bark of a tree known as quina-quina was very suitable for curing:

7 / 15

Which disease has killed more people than any other disease?

8 / 15

The word Malaria is derived from _______ language.

9 / 15

The bark of which tree was very suitable for curing malaria?

10 / 15

The logical consequences of hypotheses are:

11 / 15

French Army Physician who worked on malaria in 1878 was:

12 / 15

Quinine is effective in treating:

13 / 15

In biological method the next step of hypothesis is called:

14 / 15

Laveran began to search for cause of malaria in:

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The bark of cinchona contains a chemical:

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Chapter 2
Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 2 Practice MCQs Test No 3

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In a female mosquito, the blood is prevented from clotting in the food canal by:

2 / 15

Mark the incorrect observation about Malaria:

3 / 15

Who discovered Plasmodium?

4 / 15

Ronald Rose found mosquitoes multiplying in:

5 / 15

How many observations about Malaria were listed by A.F.A King?

6 / 15

Anopheles mosquitoes cause a disease:

7 / 15

A.F.A KIng listed his 20 observations about Malaria in:

8 / 15

Female mosquitoes need the blood of ______ for the maturation of their eggs.

9 / 15

Mosquito that transmits dengue fever is called:

10 / 15

Plasmodium was discovered in:

11 / 15

In fact, _____ was the only effective remedy for malaria from the 17th to the 20th century.

12 / 15

Malaria is caused by:

13 / 15

Plasmodium is transferred by:

14 / 15

Female mosquitoes used by Ronald Rose in his experiments were:

15 / 15

Malaria in sparrows is spread by:

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Chapter 3 – Biodiversity

Chapter 3
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Class 9 Biology Chapter 3 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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How many kinds of organisms inhabit the earth?

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A class is a group of related:

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The animals present in a particular region:

4 / 15

The basic unit of classification is:

5 / 15

The branch of Biology which deals with classification and traces the evolutionary history of organisms:

6 / 15

A genus is a group of related:

7 / 15

Biodiversity found on earth today is the result of how many years of evolution?

8 / 15

The order of human according to classification is:

9 / 15

Which of the following is highest taxon of classification?

10 / 15

A related group of genera comprises:

11 / 15

The order of pea plant is:

12 / 15

A family is a group of related:

13 / 15

The plants present in a particular region:

14 / 15

A group of related species is:

15 / 15

The family of human being is:

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Chapter 3
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 3 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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All organisms that can prepare food from simple inorganic materials and thus can store energy, are:

2 / 15

Who divided nature into three kingdoms: mineral, vegetable and animal?

3 / 15

Which system ignores the difference between organisms having prokaryotic and those having Eukaryotic cells.

4 / 15

Who introduced the system of classification of organisms for the first time?

5 / 15

The animal unable to reproduce is:

6 / 15

The earliest known system of classification of organisms comes from the Greek philosopher:

7 / 15

According to this system, bacteria, fungi and algae were included in kingdom plantae.

8 / 15

Who wrote a lot about the life of ants?

9 / 15

The smallest taxon of taxonomy is:

10 / 15

Who divided plants into fifteen groups and called them "genera"?

11 / 15

Who grouped species according to similar physical characteristics?

12 / 15

Who translated Aristotle’s book “de Anima (On the Soul)” in Arabic?

13 / 15

Who introduced the taxa of “class“ and “species“?

14 / 15

Who ntroduced the taxon of “order“?

15 / 15

The cross between a male donkey and a female horse produces:

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Chapter 4 – Cells and Tissues

Chapter 4
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Class 9 Biology Chapter 4 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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The resolution of light microscope is:

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The magnification of an electron microscope:

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

4 / 20

Who discovered the nucleus in the cell?

5 / 20

A photograph taken through a microscope is called:

6 / 20

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

7 / 20

The magnification of a light microscope:

8 / 20

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

9 / 20

The measure of the clarity of an image is called:

10 / 20

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

11 / 20

Cells were first described by a British scientist:

12 / 20

The increase in the apparent size of an object:

13 / 20

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

14 / 20

The cell wall of prokaryotes is made up of:

15 / 20

The resolution of electron microscope is:

16 / 20

The cell wall of fungi is made up of:

17 / 20

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

18 / 20

The Resolution of human eye:

19 / 20

The first compound microscope was developed by:

20 / 20

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

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Chapter 4
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 4 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Functions of Chloroplast is:

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Microfilaments are made up of:

3 / 20

Golgi was awarded Nobel Prize in:

4 / 20

Smooth endoplasmic Reticulum is involved in:

5 / 20

Chromoplasts are associated with bright colours and help in:

6 / 20

Which organelles are involved in protein synthesis?

7 / 20

Ribosomes are formed in:

8 / 20

Microtubules are made up of:

9 / 20

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

10 / 20

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

11 / 20

The mitochondrion functions in:

12 / 20

Which of these organelles have their own DNA?

13 / 20

Plastids are present in the cells of:

14 / 20

Which organelles are involved in energy production?

15 / 20

Which is not present in cell membrane?

16 / 20

Secondary wall is made up of:

17 / 20

Primary wall is made up of:

18 / 20

The stack of thylakoids is called:

19 / 20

Leucoplasts are colourless and store:

20 / 20

Cell membrane is mainly composed of:

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Chapter 4
Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 9 Biology
Chapter 4
Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Cell Organelle which contains digestive enzymes:

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Human body is made up of types of cells:

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

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

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Facilitated diffusion is:

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The cells that contribute in coordination of the body:

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

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Flattened sacs, cisternae are found in:

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Gaseous exchange in gills and lungs occurs by:

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The shrinking of cytoplasm is:

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Energy is required in:

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The diameter of human red blood cell is:

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

14 / 19

Golgi was awarded Nobel Prize for:

15 / 19

The size of the smallest Bacterium is:

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The solution that has relatively more solute:

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Centrioles are involved in the formation of:

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

19 / 19

Lysosomes were discovered by:

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Chapter 5 – Cell Cycle

Chapter 5
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Chapter 5
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Chapter 5
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Chapter 5
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Chapter 5
Practice MCQs Test No 3

Chapter 5
Practice MCQs Test No 3

Chapter 6 – Enzymes

Chapter 6
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Chapter 6
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Chapter 6
Practice MCQs Test No 3

Chapter 6
Practice MCQs Test No 3

Chapter 7 – Bioenergetics

Practice Tests

  • Exercise MCQs Practice Test
  • Past Papers MCQs Practice Test
  • Extra MCQs Practice Test

Quiz Test

  • Chapter 7 MCQs Grand Test

Chapter 8 – Nutrition

Practice Tests

  • Exercise MCQs Practice Test
  • Past Papers MCQs Practice Test
  • Extra MCQs Practice Test

Quiz Test

  • Chapter 8 MCQs Grand Test

Chapter 9 – Transport

  • Exercise MCQs Practice Test
  • Past Papers MCQs Practice Test
  • Extra MCQs Practice Test

Quiz Test

  • Chapter 9 MCQs Grand Test

Biology Branches MCQs Practice Test

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 1 Branches MCQs Practice Test

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The branch that deals with the study of the interactions between the organisms and their environment is:

2 / 12

The study of parasites is done in:

3 / 12

The study of Insects is called:

4 / 12

The microscopic study of tissues is done in:

5 / 12

The study of inheritance is called:

6 / 12

The study of the structure of internal organs is:

7 / 12

The study of the structures of living organisms:

8 / 12

If a scientist is studying the methods of inserting human insulin gene in bacteria, which branch of biology may this be:

9 / 12

If a scientist is studying drugs and their effects on the systems of body, which branch of biology may this be?

10 / 12

The study of the naming and classification of organisms into groups and subgroups:

11 / 12

It is the study of fossils, which are the remains of extinct organisms. Paleontologists study the age and structure of fossils and on this basis study the process of evolution is called:

12 / 12

The study of the functions of living organisms and their parts called:

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Level of Organizations MCQs Practice Test

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 1 Test of Levels of Organizations

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Biosphere is also known as:

2 / 25

Similar cells organized into groups and performing same functions are known as:

3 / 25

Digestive system is:

4 / 25

Group of tissues doing a particular job is called:

5 / 25

Stomach is an organ specialized for:

6 / 25

When we study the feeding relations among the different species of a forest, at what level of organization we are studying?

7 / 25

Which of these major bioelements is in the highest percentage in protoplasm?

8 / 25

Which of these major bio elements is present in lowest amount in the body mass of living organisms?

9 / 25

The structural and functional unit of life is:

10 / 25

The example of a simple community is:

11 / 25

Percentage of Hydrogen in the protoplasm of living organisms is:

12 / 25

________ are specialized for cellular respiration.

13 / 25

_______ tissue secretes gastric juice for the digestion of proteins.

14 / 25

Members of the same species living in the same place at the same time make a:

15 / 25

Biomolecules assemble in a particular way and form:

16 / 25

Microscopic structure which does a particular job in a cell is known as:

17 / 25

The examples of Micromolecules are:

18 / 25

__________ are specialized for protein synthesis.

19 / 25

The level of organization that is less definite in plants is:

20 / 25

Out of the 92 naturally occurring elements _______ are called bio-elements.

21 / 25

Populations of different organisms living together in a habitat is called:

22 / 25

Members of a single species living in a habitat:

23 / 25

Which of these tissues also makes the glandular tissue in animals?

24 / 25

Oral cavity, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, and pancreas are the major organs of:

25 / 25

The examples of macromolecules are:

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Chapter 2 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 2 Practice Test No 1

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The freezing point of water is:

2 / 15

Scientists who use the scientific method to make new theories are:

3 / 15

Biologists use reasoning to formulate a _________.

4 / 15

Quantitative observations are considered:

5 / 15

The problem related to living organisms are ___________ problems.

6 / 15

Weight of 1 liter of ethanol is:

7 / 15

The tentative explanation of observations is called a ________.

8 / 15

Observations are made with five senses of vision, hearing, smell, taste, and ______.

9 / 15

Which one of the following is not the characteristic of a good hypothesis?

10 / 15

Biological method has played an important part in scientific research for almost _______ years.

11 / 15

The scientific method in which biological problems are solved is called:

12 / 15

_______  may be defined as a proposition that might be true.

13 / 15

Weight of 1 liter of water is:

14 / 15

Galileo performed his experiments in ________.

15 / 15

Biological Method comprises of _____ steps.

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Chapter 2 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 2 Practice Test No 2

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The bark of a tree known as quina-quina was very suitable for curing:

2 / 15

Quinine is obtained from:

3 / 15

The logical consequences of hypotheses are:

4 / 15

French Army Physician who worked on malaria in 1878 was:

5 / 15

Physicians were familiar with malaria more than _______years ago.

6 / 15

In biological method the next step of hypothesis is called:

7 / 15

The bark of which tree was very suitable for curing malaria?

8 / 15

Quinine is effective in treating:

9 / 15

The bark of cinchona contains a chemical:

10 / 15

Which disease has killed more people than any other disease?

11 / 15

Laveran began to search for cause of malaria in:

12 / 15

The word Malaria is derived from _______ language.

13 / 15

The most basic step of biological method is:

14 / 15

The word "mala" means:

15 / 15

Who began to search for the “cause” of malaria?

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Chapter 2 Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 2 Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Malaria in sparrows is spread by:

2 / 15

Mark the incorrect observation about Malaria:

3 / 15

How many observations about Malaria were listed by A.F.A King?

4 / 15

Anopheles mosquitoes cause a disease:

5 / 15

In a female mosquito, the blood is prevented from clotting in the food canal by:

6 / 15

A.F.A KIng listed his 20 observations about Malaria in:

7 / 15

Plasmodium is transferred by:

8 / 15

Female mosquitoes used by Ronald Rose in his experiments were:

9 / 15

Plasmodium was discovered in:

10 / 15

In fact, _____ was the only effective remedy for malaria from the 17th to the 20th century.

11 / 15

Ronald Rose found mosquitoes multiplying in:

12 / 15

Who discovered Plasmodium?

13 / 15

Mosquito that transmits dengue fever is called:

14 / 15

Female mosquitoes need the blood of ______ for the maturation of their eggs.

15 / 15

Malaria is caused by:

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Chapter 3 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 3 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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The branch of Biology which deals with classification and traces the evolutionary history of organisms:

2 / 15

A related group of genera comprises:

3 / 15

Biodiversity found on earth today is the result of how many years of evolution?

4 / 15

Which of the following is highest taxon of classification?

5 / 15

The animals present in a particular region:

6 / 15

A family is a group of related:

7 / 15

The order of human according to classification is:

8 / 15

The plants present in a particular region:

9 / 15

A group of related species is:

10 / 15

A genus is a group of related:

11 / 15

The basic unit of classification is:

12 / 15

The family of human being is:

13 / 15

How many kinds of organisms inhabit the earth?

14 / 15

A class is a group of related:

15 / 15

The order of pea plant is:

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Chapter 3 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 3 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Who divided plants into fifteen groups and called them "genera"?

2 / 15

Who grouped species according to similar physical characteristics?

3 / 15

Who ntroduced the taxon of “order“?

4 / 15

Who introduced the taxa of “class“ and “species“?

5 / 15

The smallest taxon of taxonomy is:

6 / 15

According to this system, bacteria, fungi and algae were included in kingdom plantae.

7 / 15

Who divided nature into three kingdoms: mineral, vegetable and animal?

8 / 15

Who wrote a lot about the life of ants?

9 / 15

The cross between a male donkey and a female horse produces:

10 / 15

Who introduced the system of classification of organisms for the first time?

11 / 15

Who translated Aristotle’s book “de Anima (On the Soul)” in Arabic?

12 / 15

All organisms that can prepare food from simple inorganic materials and thus can store energy, are:

13 / 15

The animal unable to reproduce is:

14 / 15

The earliest known system of classification of organisms comes from the Greek philosopher:

15 / 15

Which system ignores the difference between organisms having prokaryotic and those having Eukaryotic cells.

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Chapter 4 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 4 Practice MCQs Test No 1

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The measure of the clarity of an image is called:

2 / 20

Cells were first described by a British scientist:

3 / 20

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

4 / 20

The cell wall of fungi is made up of:

5 / 20

Who discovered the nucleus in the cell?

6 / 20

The magnification of an electron microscope:

7 / 20

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

8 / 20

The magnification of a light microscope:

9 / 20

The resolution of electron microscope is:

10 / 20

The first compound microscope was developed by:

11 / 20

A photograph taken through a microscope is called:

12 / 20

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

13 / 20

The increase in the apparent size of an object:

14 / 20

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

15 / 20

The Resolution of human eye:

16 / 20

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

17 / 20

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

18 / 20

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

19 / 20

The cell wall of prokaryotes is made up of:

20 / 20

The resolution of light microscope is:

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Chapter 4 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 4 Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Chromoplasts are associated with bright colours and help in:

2 / 20

Primary wall is made up of:

3 / 20

Smooth endoplasmic Reticulum is involved in:

4 / 20

Ribosomes are formed in:

5 / 20

Microfilaments are made up of:

6 / 20

Which organelles are involved in protein synthesis?

7 / 20

Golgi was awarded Nobel Prize in:

8 / 20

Which organelles are involved in energy production?

9 / 20

The mitochondrion functions in:

10 / 20

Cell membrane is mainly composed of:

11 / 20

Which of these organelles have their own DNA?

12 / 20

The stack of thylakoids is called:

13 / 20

Functions of Chloroplast is:

14 / 20

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

15 / 20

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

16 / 20

Plastids are present in the cells of:

17 / 20

Microtubules are made up of:

18 / 20

Which is not present in cell membrane?

19 / 20

Secondary wall is made up of:

20 / 20

Leucoplasts are colourless and store:

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Chapter 4 MCQs Quiz Test No 1

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Class 9 Biology Chapter 4 Grand MCQs Test No 1

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Leucoplasts are colourless and store:

2 / 40

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

3 / 40

Cells were first described by a British scientist:

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Smooth endoplasmic Reticulum is involved in: