Biology 2010 | Study Mode

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Question 11
A
the pulmonary artery
B
systemic circulation
C
the lympahatic system
D
pulmonary circulation
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Correct option: B
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Question 12
A
alcohol
B
acid
C
oxygen
D
water
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Correct option: A
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Question 13
A
diaphragm
B
intercostal muscle
C
pleural memberane
D
pericardium
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Correct option: A
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Question 14
A
sweet glands
B
sebaceous glands
C
fatty cells
D
granular layer
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Correct option: B
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Question 15
A
cortex
B
peivis
C
medulla
D
pyramid
Explanation

Each urinary tubule begins in the CORTEX as a cup-like structure known as the Bowman's capsule.


Correct option: A
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Question 16
A

Touch

B

Light intensity

C

Chemical substances

D

Gravity

Explanation

Nastic movements are non-directional responses to stimuli (e.g. temperature, humidity, light irradiance), and are usually associated with plants. The movement can be due to changes in turgor or changes in growth. Decrease in turgor pressure causes shrinkage while increase in turgor pressure brings about swelling


Correct option: B
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Question 17
A
van deferens
B
urethra
C
epididymis
D
seminiferous tubules
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Correct option: C
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Question 18
A
oxidation
B
denitrification
C
reduction
D
phosphorylation
Explanation
In biochemistry, chemosynthesis is the biological conversion of one or more carbon molecules (usually carbon dioxide or methane) and nutrients into organic matter using the oxidation of inorganic (e.g. hydrogen gas, hydrogen sulfide) or methane as a source of energy, rather than sunlight, as in photosynthesis.

Correct option: A
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Question 19
A
stomach
B
duodenum
C
ileum
D
colon
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Correct option: A
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Question 20
A
lll
B
ll
C
l
D
IV
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Correct option: D

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