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Biology Class 9 Chapter 9 MCQs With 4 Tests

Biology Class 9 Chapter 9 MCQs Test 1 deal with The Outermost Layer Of The Root, Roughly How Much Of Water That Enters A Plant Is Lost Via Transpiration, Transpiration From Plant Surface Takes Place Through, The Roots And Root Hairs Absorb Water From Soil By, The Rate Of Transpiration Doubles With Every Rise Of Temperature, The Temperature Range At Which Transpiration Stops, Transpiration Rate Depends Upon,  In Humid-Air The Rate Of Transpiration Is, In Most Plants-Food Is Transported In The Form Of, Which Part Of Plant Is Responsible For Transporting Food, According To The Pressure-Flow Mechanism-The Actual Force Behind The Movement Of Food In Phloem, The Average Volume Of Blood In Adult Human’s Body Is, Percentage Of Plasma In Blood, Percentage Of Cells Or Cell Like Bodies In Blood, Percentage Of Water In Plasma, Blood Clotting Protein, When Fibrinogen Makes Blood Clot It Separates From Blood Then What Will Remainder Called, The Normal PH Of Human Blood Is,  Average Number Of Red Blood Cells In A Cubic Millimeter Of Blood, In The Embryonic And Faetal Life-Red Blood Cells Are Formed In:

9th Class Biology Chapter 9 Transport MCQs TEST 1:

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Chapter 9 – Transport Test 1

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The outermost layer of the root?

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Roughly how much of water that enters a plant is lost via transpiration?

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Transpiration from plant surface takes place through?

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The roots and root hairs absorb water from soil by?

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The rate of transpiration doubles with every rise of temperature?

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The temperature range at which transpiration stops?

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Transpiration rate depends upon?

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 In humid, air the rate of transpiration is?

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In most plants, food is transported in the form of?

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Which part of plant is responsible for transporting food?

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According to the pressure-flow mechanism, the actual force behind the movement of food in phloem?

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The average volume of blood in adult human’s body is?

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Percentage of plasma in blood?

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Percentage of cells or cell like bodies in blood?

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Percentage of water in plasma?

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Blood clotting protein?

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When fibrinogen makes blood clot it separates from blood then what will remainder called?

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The normal PH of Human blood is?

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 Average Number of red blood cells in a cubic millimeter of blood?

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In the embryonic and faetal life, red blood cells are formed in?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 9 MCQs Test 2 related to Average Life Span Of Erythrocytes, Which Cell Play Role In Body’s Defence, The Average Number Of Leukocytes In One Cubic Millimeter Of Blood, The Blood Cells Which Do Not Contain Pigments And Are Colourless, Which One Is An Agranulocyte, Which Of The Following Prevents Blood Clotting, The Blood Cells Which Help In Blood Clotting, Number Of Thrombocytes (Platelets) In One Cubic Millimeter Of Blood Is,  Average Life Span Of Platelets, Which Blood Cells Are The Most Numerous In Healthy Human Blood, Uncontrolled Production Of Defective White Blood Cells, Which Of The Following Is A Genetic Problem Due To Mutations In The Gene Of Haemoglobin, The World Celebrates The International Thalassaemia Day On, Total Number Of Blood Group Systems Recognized By The International Society Of Blood Transfusion, A Molecule That Can Stimulate An Immune Response, ABO Blood Group System Was Discovered By, Antigens Are Present On The Surface Of, Which Blood Group Contains Antigen A, In Persons With Blood Group O, A Person Having Blood Group B Can Donate Blood To:

9th Class Biology Chapter 9 Transport MCQs TEST 2:

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Chapter 9 – Transport Test 2

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Average life span of erythrocytes?

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Which cell play role in body’s defence?

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The average number of leukocytes in one cubic millimeter of blood?

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The blood cells which do not contain pigments and are colourless?

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Which one is an agranulocyte?

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Which of the following prevents blood clotting?

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The blood cells which help in blood clotting?

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Number of thrombocytes (Platelets) in one cubic millimeter of blood is?

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 Average life span of platelets?

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Which blood cells are the most numerous in healthy human blood?

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Uncontrolled production of defective white blood cells?

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Which of the following is a genetic problem due to mutations in the gene of haemoglobin?

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The world celebrates the International Thalassaemia Day on?

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Total number of blood group systems recognized by the International Society of Blood Transfusion?

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A molecule that can stimulate an immune response?

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ABO blood group system was discovered by?

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Antigens are present on the surface of?

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Which blood Group contains Antigen A?

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In persons with blood group O?

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A person having blood group B can donate blood to?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 9 MCQs Test 3 has MCQs for the A Person With AB Blood Group Can Donated To, A Person Having Blood Group O Can Receive Blood From, Universal Blood Donors, Universal Blood Recipients, Karl Landsteiner Discovered The Rh-Blood Group System In, What Is The Actual Universal Donor Blood Group, Which Organ Belongs To The Circulatory System, The Largest And Strongest Chamber In Heart Is, The Opening Between Right Atrium And Right Ventricle Is Guarded By A Valve Known As, The Type Of Valve Present At The Base Of Pulmonary Trunk, The Opening Between Left Atrium And Left Ventricle Is Guarded By A Valve Called, he Alternating Contraction And Relaxation Of Heart Chambers, Average Human Heart Beat Per Minute, During Atrial Systole, In One Heart Beat-Diastole Remains About Second, “Lubb-Dub” Could Be Heard With The Help Of, In Normal Adults-The Mass Of Heart Is, When Does Our Heart Takes Rest,  The Third Part Of Blood Circulatory System, The Blood Vessels That Carry Blood Away From Heart Are Called:

9th Class Biology Chapter 9 Transport MCQs TEST 3:

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Chapter 9 – Transport Test 3

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A person with AB blood group can donated to?

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 A person having blood group O can receive blood from?

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Universal blood donors?

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Universal blood recipients?

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Karl Landsteiner discovered the Rh-blood group system in?

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What is the actual universal donor blood group?

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Which organ belongs to the circulatory system?

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The largest and strongest chamber in heart is?

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The opening between right atrium and right ventricle is guarded by a valve known as ?

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The type of valve present at the base of pulmonary trunk?

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The opening between left atrium and left ventricle is guarded by a valve called?

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The alternating contraction and relaxation of heart chambers?

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Average human heart beat per minute?

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During atrial systole?

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In one heart beat, diastole remains about second?

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“Lubb-dub” could be heard with the help of?

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In normal adults, the mass of heart is?

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When does our heart takes rest?

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 The third part of blood circulatory system?

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The blood vessels that carry blood away from heart are called ?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 9 MCQs Test 4 prepared for The Tissue Layer That Is Common In All Types Of Blood Vessels, In Which Of The Following Blood Vessels, The Blood Pressure Is Low, The Blood Pressure In Arteries Is, Which Of The Following Blood Vessels Have Valves To Prevent Back Flow Of Blood, Through Which Blood Vessels The Materials Are Exchanged Between The Blood And The Surrounding Tissues, These Are Smallest Blood Vessels, Who Discovered The Pathway Of Blood Circulation, William Harvey Was Born In, William Harvey Died In, The Pumping Action Of Heart Was Discovered By, As Aorta Passes Down Through Thorax-It Becomes, Intercostal Arteries Supply Blood To, Caeliac Artery And Superior Mesenteric Artery Supply Blood To, Hepatic Artery Supplies Blood To, Renal Arteries Supply Blood To, Gonadal Arteries Supply Blood To, Each External Iliac Becomes Femoral Artery In Upper Thigh And Gives Branches To, Different Veins From Head-Shoulders And Arms Joined Together And Form, Right And Left Common Iliac Veins Join To Form, All Veins Coming From Stomach-Spleen-Pancreas And Intestine Drain Into, Atherosclerosis Is Commonly Referred To As A, If A Thrombus Dislodges And Becomes Free Floating-It Is Called, Arteriosclerosis Is A General Term Describing, Heart Attack May Be Caused By Blood Clot In, The Most Common Symptom Of Myocardial Infarction Is, Angina Pectoris Means, World Heart Day Is Held On:

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Chapter 9 – Transport Test 4

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The tissue layer that is common in all types of blood vessels?

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In which of the following blood vessels, the blood pressure is low?

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The blood pressure in arteries is?

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Which of the following blood vessels have valves to prevent back flow of blood?

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Through which blood vessels the materials are exchanged between the blood and the surrounding tissues?

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These are smallest blood vessels?

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Who discovered the pathway of blood circulation?

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William Harvey was born in?

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William Harvey died in?

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The pumping action of heart was discovered by?

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As aorta passes down through thorax, it becomes?

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Intercostal arteries supply blood to?

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Caeliac artery and superior mesenteric artery supply blood to?

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Hepatic artery supplies blood to?

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Renal arteries supply blood to?

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Gonadal arteries supply blood to?

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Each external iliac becomes femoral artery in upper thigh and gives branches to?

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Different veins from head, shoulders, and arms joined together and form?

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Right and left common iliac veins join to form?

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All veins coming from stomach, spleen, Pancreas and Intestine drain into?

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Atherosclerosis is commonly referred to as a?

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If a thrombus dislodges and becomes free floating, it is called?

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Arteriosclerosis is a general term describing?

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Heart attack may be caused by blood clot in?

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The most common symptom of myocardial infarction is?

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Angina pectoris means?

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World heart Day is held on?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 8 MCQs With 4 Tests

Biology Class 9 Chapter 8 MCQs Test 1 related to Which One Is A Macronutrient, Which Of The Following Is A Micronutrient, The Micronutrient That Is Required By Plants For Nitrogen Metabolism, The Functions Of Phosphorus Are, Plants Get Nitrogen In The Form Of, Deficiency Of Which Element Causes The Yellowing Of Leaves In Plants, Which One Is An Organic Fertilizer, The Increase In The Chemical Nutrients In An Ecosystem Is Called, Which Of The Following Are The Most Common Sources Of Energy, How Much Energy Is Provided By One Gram Of Carbohydrates, The Lipids Are Composed Of, How Much Energy Is Provided By One Gram Of Lipids, How Much Saturated Fatty Acids Are Present In Butter, What Percentage Of Unsaturated Fatty Acids Are Present In Sunflower Oil, The Amount Of Energy Provided By One Gram Of Protein, Which Of The Following Major Component Of Food Is Needed As The Main Structural Component Of The Body, Proteins Are Also The Major Components Of, Which Of The Following Is A Major Mineral, The Minerals Required For Fluid Balance In The Body:

9th Class Biology Chapter 8 Nutrition MCQs TEST 1:

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Chapter 8 – Nutrition Test 1

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Which one is a macronutrient?

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Which of the following is a micronutrient?

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The micronutrient that is required by plants for nitrogen metabolism?

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The functions of Phosphorus are?

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Plants get nitrogen in the form of?

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Deficiency of which element causes the yellowing of leaves in plants?

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Which one is an organic fertilizer?

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The increase in the chemical nutrients in an ecosystem is called?

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Which of the following are the most common sources of energy?

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How much energy is provided by one gram of carbohydrates?

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The lipids are composed of?

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How much energy is provided by one gram of lipids?

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How much saturated fatty acids are present in butter?

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What percentage of unsaturated fatty acids are present in sunflower oil?

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The amount of energy provided by one gram of protein?

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Which of the following major component of food is needed as the main structural component of the body?

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Proteins are also the major components of?

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Which of the following is a major mineral?

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The minerals required for fluid balance in the body?

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Which mineral is essential for development and maintenance of bones and teeth?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 8 MCQs Test 2 deals with The Functions Of Calcium, Which One Is Trace Mineral, The Mineral That Stabilizes Bone Mineral And Hardens Tooth Enamel, Which One Trace Mineral Is Required For Normal Thyroid Function, The Deficiency Of Which Mineral Causes Anaemia, Which Of The Following Is Not Fat Soluble Vitamin, Water Soluble Vitamin Is, Which Vitamin Converts Opsin Into Rhodopsin, The First Fat-Soluble Vitamin Identified In 1913, Night Blindness Is Caused By The Deficiency Of, Poor Growth-Blindness And Dry Skin Are The Deficiency Symptoms Of, The Deficiency Of Vitamin C Results In, Scurvy Is Caused Due To Deficiency Of In Body,  Vitamin C Is Needed, Which Vitamin Is Synthesized By Skin Exposed To Ultraviolet Radiations Of The Sun, Deficiency Of Vitamin D Leads To, How Much Of The Adult Human Body Is Composed Of Water, The Estimated Water Requirement Of An Average Adult Per Day, Which One Is An Insoluble Dietary Fibre, Which Of The Following Is The Soluble Dietary Fibre:

9th Class Biology Chapter 8 Nutrition MCQs TEST 2:

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Chapter 8 – Nutrition Test 2

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The functions of calcium?

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Which one is trace mineral?

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The mineral that stabilizes bone mineral and hardens tooth enamel?

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Which one trace mineral is required for normal thyroid function?

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The deficiency of which mineral causes anaemia?

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Which of the following is not fat soluble vitamin?

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Water soluble vitamin is?

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Which vitamin converts opsin into rhodopsin?

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The first fat-soluble vitamin identified in 1913?

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Night blindness is caused by the deficiency of?

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Poor Growth, blindness and dry skin are the deficiency symptoms of?

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The deficiency of vitamin C results in?

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Scurvy is caused due to deficiency of in body?

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 Vitamin C is needed?

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Which vitamin is synthesized by skin exposed to ultraviolet radiations of the sun?

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Deficiency of vitamin D leads to?

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How much of the adult human body is composed of water?

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The estimated water requirement of an average adult per day?

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Which one is an insoluble dietary fibre?

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Which of the following is the soluble dietary fibre?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 8 MCQs Test 3 is for A Balanced Diet Is Related To One’s, The Percentage Of Carbohydrates In Bread, The Percentage Of Carbohydrates In Potato, The Percentage Of Lipids In Chicken, How Much % Of Lipids Is Present In Milk, The Percentage Of Proteins In Egg, The Diseases Of Kwashiorkor And Marasmus May Be Due To, Goitre Is Due To The Deficiency Of, Kwashiorkor Is A Protein Deficiency Disease That Takes Place At The Age Of, Marasmus Is Due To The Deficiency Of, Which Disease Is Caused Due To The Deficiency Of Iodine, High Intake Of Carbohydrates And Fats Leads To, Which Of The Following Is Known As The Mother Disease, The Most Terrible Famines Of Twentieth Century Are, The Process Of Taking In Food, The Elimination Of Undigested Food From The Body, The Grinding Of Food By Teeth Is Called, Which Part Of Food Is Semi Digested In Oral Cavity, In Adult Human Esophagus Is About, The Wave Of Contraction And Relaxation In The Smooth Muscles Of Alimentary Canal:

9th Class Biology Chapter 8 Nutrition MCQs TEST 3:

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Chapter 8 – Nutrition Test 3

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A balanced diet is related to one’s?

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The percentage of carbohydrates in bread?

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The percentage of carbohydrates in potato?

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The percentage of lipids in chicken?

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How much % of lipids is present in milk?

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The percentage of proteins in egg?

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The diseases of Kwashiorkor and Marasmus may be due to?

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Goitre is due to the deficiency of?

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Kwashiorkor is a protein deficiency disease that takes place at the age of?

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Marasmus is due to the deficiency of?

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Which disease is caused due to the deficiency of iodine?

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High intake of carbohydrates and fats leads to?

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Which of the following is known as the mother disease?

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The most terrible famines of twentieth century are?

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The process of taking in food?

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The elimination of undigested food from the body?

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The grinding of food by teeth is called?

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Which part of food is semi digested in oral cavity?

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In adult human esophagus is about?

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The wave of contraction and relaxation in the smooth muscles of alimentary canal?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 8 MCQs Test 4 has MCQs for the When The Direction Of Peristalsis Reverses-It Results, In Stomach-Pepsinogen In Converted Into, Which Acid Is Present In Pepsin, Gastric Juice Is Composed Chiefly Of, The Length Of Duodenum In Adult Human, Which Of The Following Enzyme Is Present In Bile, Pancreatic Juice From Pancreas Contains Enzymes, The Pancreas Produces Digestive Enzymes And Releases Them Into, The Length Of Jejunum In Adult Human, The Length Of Ileum In Adult Human, The Circular Folds In The Inner Wall Of Ileum Have Numerous Finger-Like Projections Called, Where Are Villi Found, In Which Part Of The Alimentary Canal-The Maximum Absorption Of Nutrients Occur, Which Part Of Gut Absorbs Water, The Part Of The Large Intestine In Which Maximum Absorption Of Water Take Place, A Non-Functional Finger-Like Process, Functions Of The Large Intestine Include, Faeces Are Temporarily Stored In, Which Vitamin Is Made By Bacteria In Colon, The Largest Gland Of Human’s Body Is, In An Adult Human-The Weight Of Liver, The Function Of Bile Is, Diarrhoea Is Caused By, The Medicines Used For Treatment Of Constipation, In Which Among Of The Following Peptic Ulcers Occur:

9th Class Biology Chapter 8 Nutrition MCQs TEST 4:

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Chapter 8 – Nutrition Test 4

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When the direction of peristalsis reverses, it results?

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In stomach, Pepsinogen in converted into?

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Which acid is present in pepsin

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Gastric juice is composed chiefly of?

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The length of duodenum in adult human?

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Which of the following enzyme is present in Bile?

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Pancreatic juice from pancreas contains enzymes?

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The pancreas produces digestive enzymes and releases them into?

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The length of jejunum in adult human?

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The length of ileum in adult human?

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The circular folds in the inner wall of ileum have numerous finger-like projections called?

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Where are Villi found?

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In which part of the alimentary canal, the maximum absorption of nutrients occur?

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Which part of gut absorbs water?

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The part of the large intestine in which maximum absorption of water take place?

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A non-functional finger-like process?

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Functions of the large intestine include?

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Faeces are temporarily stored in?

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Which vitamin is made by bacteria in colon?

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The largest gland of human’s body is?

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In an adult human, the weight of liver?

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The function of bile is?

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Diarrhoea is caused by?

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The medicines used for treatment of constipation?

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In which among of the following peptic ulcers occur?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 7 MCQs With 3 Tests

Biology Class 9 Chapter 7 MCQs Test 1 deal with Food Contains Energy In Its Bonds In The Form Of, The Loss Of Electrons Is Called, Gain Of Electrons Is Called, ATP Was Discovered By, ATP Was Discovered In, ATP Is An Example Of, The ATP Was Proposed To Be The Main Energy Transfer Molecule In The Cell By, Each ATP Molecule Has Subunits, Number Of Phosphate Groups In ATP Molecule, From Which Bond Of A.T.P. Molecule Energy Is Taken, The Covalent Bond Connected To Two Phosphate Is, How Much Energy Is Released By Breaking Of One Phosphate Bond Of ATP, When One Inorganic Phosphate Is Detached From ATP-It Is Converted Into, Photosynthesis Is, In Which Process Oxygen Is Released As A By-Product:

9th Class Biology Chapter 7 Bioenergetics MCQs TEST 1:

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Chapter 7 – Bioenergetics Test 1

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Food contains energy in its bonds in the form of?

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The loss of electrons is called?

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Gain of electrons is called?

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ATP was discovered by?

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ATP was discovered in?

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ATP is an example of?

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The ATP was proposed to be the main energy transfer molecule in the cell by?

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Each ATP molecule has subunits?

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Number of phosphate groups in ATP molecule?

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From which bond of A.T.P. molecule energy is taken?

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The covalent bond connected to two phosphate is?

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How much energy is released by breaking of one phosphate bond of ATP?

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When one inorganic phosphate is detached from ATP, it is converted into?

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Photosynthesis is?

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In which process oxygen is released as a by-product?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 7 MCQs Test 2 related to Light Reactions Take Place On, Dark Reactions Take Place In, NADPH Is Formed During, The Break Down Of Water Molecule During Light Reactions Is Called, The Details Of Dark Reactions Were Discovered By, When Was Calvin Awarded Nobel Prize, Photosynthetic Pigments Are Arranged In The Form Of Clusters Called, Main Photosynthetic Pigment, Sun Light Is Absorbed By, Chlorophyll Pigment Absorbs Maximum Light In Wavelengths Of, Which One Factor Does Not Affect The Rate Of Photosynthesis, From Which Bond Of Food Energy Is Taken, The Greatest Fuel Of Energy Of Cellular Respiration Is, In Cellular Respiration-Food Is Oxidized To, The Most Common Fuel Used By Cell To Get Energy From Cellular Respiration Is:

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Chapter 7 – Bioenergetics Test 2

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Light reactions take place on?

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Dark reactions take place in?

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NADPH is formed during?

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The break down of water molecule during light reactions is called?

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The details of dark reactions were discovered by?

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When was Calvin awarded Nobel Prize?

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Photosynthetic pigments are arranged in the form of clusters called?

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Main photosynthetic pigment?

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Sun light is absorbed by?

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Chlorophyll pigment absorbs maximum light in wavelengths of?

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Which one factor does not affect the rate of photosynthesis?

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From which bond of food energy is taken?

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The greatest fuel of energy of cellular respiration is?

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In cellular respiration, food is oxidized to?

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The most common fuel used by cell to get energy from cellular respiration is?

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Biology Class 9 Chapter 7 MCQs Test 3 has MCQs for the Through Which Process Organism Gets Energy, Alcoholic Fermentation Occurs In, Whose Fermenting Powers Are Used For Making Cheese And Yogurt, In Which Phase Of Respiration Glucose Molecule Is Broken In To Two Molecules Of Pyruvic Acid, Soy Sauce Is Made Through The Fermentation By A Fungus, Process Of Glycolysis Is Found In, How Many Stages Are Present In Aerobic Respiration, In Electron Transport Chain Each NADH Produces, In Which Step Of Respiration C02 Is Produced, How Many Molecules Of C02 Are Produced When Kreb’s Cycle Operates Once, How Many ATP Molecules Are Generated In Aerobic Respiration, In Cell-Aerobic Respiration Sites Are, How Many ATP Molecules Are Generated In Anaerobic Respiration:

9th Class Biology Chapter 7 Bioenergetics MCQs TEST 3:

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Chapter 7 – Bioenergetics Test 3

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Through which process organism gets energy?

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Alcoholic fermentation occurs in?

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Whose fermenting powers are used for making cheese and yogurt?

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In which phase of respiration glucose molecule is broken in to two molecules of pyruvic Acid?

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Soy sauce is made through the fermentation by a fungus?

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Process of glycolysis is found in?

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How many stages are present in aerobic respiration?

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In electron transport chain each NADH produces?

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In which step of respiration C02 is produced?

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How many molecules of C02 are produced when kreb’s cycle operates once?

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How many ATP molecules are generated in aerobic respiration?

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In cell, aerobic respiration sites are?

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How many ATP molecules are generated in anaerobic respiration?

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Krebs cycle and electron transport chain occur in?

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