BIO101 List of Questions
Q1 Plant with tiny and long stems with or without branches are called
Q2 Plants in this group are of medium size but with hard and woody stem are called
Q3 Plants that are small and have soft stems are called
Q4 When the stem lies prostrate on the ground it is called
Q5 if the stem has many branches and trail at direct directions, it is said to be
Q6 The stem that is erect, cylindrical and has no branches is called
Q7 those stems above the ground
Q8 Certain level of _______ is needed for a seed to germinate.
Q9 The process of _______of seed begins when the seed absorbs moisture.
Q10 ______ is pollination associated with insects.
Q11 _______ is the virus that causes AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).
Q12 The _____is the basic unit of structure and function in living organisms.
Q13 _____ is Living organisms respond to forces or anything external, even internal, i.e. any stimuli in the environment, it could be change of weather
Q14 _______ is All cells of living organisms multiply or divide. This multiplication or division enables the organism to perpetuate their species.
Q15 ______ is All living things feed one way or the other. They take in food for many reasons, chief among these is for energy purposes.
Q16 ——–is Living organisms utilise food (nutrients) to maintain life.
Q17 All living organisms get rid of unwanted products (waste) is known as
Q18 ____ are the most ancient group of organisms that appeared about 3,500 million years ago.
Q19 Virus particles bud off from the cell surface membrane of the host by ____.
Q20 Whenever the cell divides, it also makes a ____ of the viral DNA. Increasing the number of infected cells.
Q21 The viral ____ is released into the cytoplasm of the host cell, together with the enzyme reverse transcriptase.
Q22 ____ glycoprotein attaches to a specific receptor protein in the cell surface membrane.
Q23 The structure of ____ consist of either DNA or RNA
Q24 In plant cell, the ____ (not the cell wall) act as the differentially permeable membrane.
Q25 The ____ is the structure that allows the molecules to pass from one solution to the other.
Q26 ____ cells have chlorophyll, cellulose and starch
Q27 The diameter of a typical animal cell is about ____
one hundredth of a millimetre
Two hundredth of a millimetre
Three hundredth of a millimetre
Four hundredth of a millimetre
Q28 ____ cells have adrenaline, thyroxine and the organelle centriole
Q29 The ____ is the basic unit of structure and function in living organisms.
Q30 ____ simply put is increase of materials in an organism
Q31 Living organisms utilize ____ to maintain life
Q32 The organism needs ____ to carry out all the other activities associated with living things.
Q33 Which of these is not classified as algae?
Q34 The tip of the root has a covering called
Q35 Which of these is not a characteristic of the root
bears no bud
bears unicellular hair
greenish in colour
have no nodes
Q36 The stem develops from
Q37 Leaves and Branches develops from the
Q38 Stems above the ground are called ——- stem
Q39 A young undeveloped shoot consisting of a very short stem and tender leaves is best referred to as a
Q40 Fungi belong to which of these groups?
Q41 Fungi can be said to be mainly ——- organism
Q42 The study of fungi is refered to as
Q43 The fungus used as food by humans is
Q44 Water is absorbed in plants by the
root and stem
Q45 Which of these fruits is a capsule?
Q46 A root possess all except one of these
nodes and internodes
descends below the soil
Q47 A virus is predominantly composed of
Q48 Which of the following is not a character of living things?
Q49 The two kinds of living things are
plant and animal
plant and soil
plant and water
plant and fis
Q50 The product of light energy is used as
Q51 Living things belong to
Q52 Living things feed for
Q53 In living things, new ones must be
Q54 In living things, one of these statements is correct
waste must be accumulated
waste must be recircled
waste must be removed
waste must be doubled
Q55 Which of these statements best describe a character of living things?
utilise energy from the environment
generate energy from the environment
destroy energy from the environment
multiply energy from the environment
Q56 Cinnabar eyes is a sex-linked recessive characteristic in fruit flies. If a female having cinnabar eyes is crossed with
Q57 What is the chromosomal system for sex determination in birds?
Q58 Morgan and his colleagues worked out a set of symbols to represent fly genotypes. Which of the following are representative?
AaBb Ã— AaBb
XY or XX
vg+vgse+se Ã— vgvgsese
+2 Ã— +3
Q59 Why did the improvement of microscopy techniques in the late 1800s set the stage for the emergence of modern genetics?
It revealed new and unanticipated features of MendelÊ¹s pea plant varieties
It allowed the study of meiosis and mitosis, revealing parallels between behaviors of genes and chromosomes.
It allowed scientists to see the DNA present within chromosomes.
It led to the discovery of mitochondria. E) It showed genes functioning to direct the formation of enzymes.
Q60 The process by which phage reproduction is initiated in lysogenized culture is called
Q61 A cell has mitochondria, ribosomes, smooth and rough ER, and other parts. Based on this information, it couldÂ notÂ be
cell from a pine tree.
a grasshopper cell
a yeast (fungus) cell.
Q62 You would expect a cell with an extensive Golgi apparatus to
make a lot of ATP.
secrete a lot of material.
Q63 Bacterial cell are prokaryotic; in comparison to a typical eukaryotic cell they would
have a smaller nucleus.
lack a plasma membrane.
have fewer internal membranous ompartments.
Q64 Most types of virus particles show which types of symmetries?
Complex and bilateral
Cuboid and helical
Complex and helical
Cuboid and bilateral
Q65 Femaleness is promoted in cucurbits by using:
Q66 Deficiency of which element causes chlorosis:
Q67 Emerson found red drop in wavelength is
Q68 Splitting of water in photosynthesis is called:
Q69 Wilting occurs when
Xylem is blocked
Phloem is blocked
Cambium is blocked
all of the option
Q70 Transpiration is measured by:
Q71 Transpiration pull causes an increase in:
Q72 Alga rich in protein is
Q73 Fucoxanthin is found in
Q74 Ulothrix is found in
hot sandy desert
slow running water
Q75 Simplest type of reproduction in plants is found in
Q76 Asexual reproduction in Spirogyra
takes place by zoospore formation
has not been recorded
takes place by hypnospore formation
takes place by aplanospore formation
Q77 Spirogyra differs from moss-protonema in having
Q78 Agar-Agar is derived from
Q79 In Ulothrix, reduction division takes place at the time of
formation of spores
formation of gametes
germination of zygote
formation of zoospores
Q80 Parasitic alga is
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