Biology Chapter 14 MCQs

Biology Chapter 14 MCQs Class 11

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Biology Chapter 14 includes

  • Need for transport of material
  • Transport in plants
  • Ascent of SAP
  • Types of transpiration
  • Transport in man
  • Disorders
  • Lymphatic system
  • Immunity and its types

Biology Chapter 14 MCQs Class 11



#1. The roots of prosopis tree may penetrate deep in the soil upto:

#2. Which of the following artery supplies blood to heart muscles:

#3. Casparian strips are present in the cells of root:

#4. Cytoplasmic strands that extend through pores in adjacent cell wall are:

#5. Casparian strips are present in:

#6. Which one of the following animal has closed blood circulatory system:

#7. Histamine is produced by:

#8. Disorder in which hemoglobin molecules have F chain instead of B chain is known as:

#9. Cerebral infarction is also known as:

#10. The condition cause narrowing and hardening of arteries is called:

#11. Active transport is selective and is dependent on:

#12. Liver receives blood from digestive system through:

#13. The volume of dry seed may increase up to 200 times after absorbing water by:

#14. The exachange of food material takes place through:

#15. The pairs of lateral hearts in Earthworm are:

#16. The phenomenon associated with root pressure is:

#17. The upward movement of sap through the xylem is:

#18. Loss of liquid water through water secreting glands is called:

#19. Blood is not involved in transport of gases in:

#20. The heart of fish work as:

#21. Narrowing and hardening of arteries is:

#22. The ions involved in the opening and closing of stomata are:

#23. Temperature causes closure of stomata:

#24. Which is not true for guard cells:

#25. Which one contains companion cells:

#26. The cells which supply ATP and proteins to sieve tubes are:

#27. The pressure flow theory was first proposed in 1930 by:

#28. The most abundant compound in blood plasma is:

#29. The weight of the blood in our body is about of our body:

#30. Which one is not involve in clotting of blood:

#31. Normal pH of human blood is:

#32. ________ is an example of Agranulocytes:

#33. Which of the following is not true about histamine:

#34. platelets are fragments of larges cells called:

#35. One cubic millimeter of human male blood contains RBC:

#36. The lymph vessels open into:

#37. In normal human body percentage of plasma in blood volume is:

#38. Blood provides immunity by:

#39. Platelets are not cells, but are fragments of large cells called:

#40. A substance that inhibits blood clotting is:

#41. Which is found in herestitial fluid:

#42. Which one of following is not cell but the fragments of large cells:

#43. The renal vein brings the impure blood form:

#44. Liver receives blood from digestive system through:

#45. Antiserum is a serum containing:

#46. The uncontrolled production of white blood cells result in:

#47. Hemoglobin in most cases, doesnot have Beta-chain in it,instead F-chain is present in:

#48. The heart is enclosed in a double membranous sac, the:

#49. Which one is not the layer of wall of heart:

#50. One complete heart beat consists of one systole and one diastole, and last for about:

#51. In the embryonic life red blood cells are formed in:

#52. A condition of high blood pressure is known as:

#53. Match heart attack with one of the followings:

#54. Which one of the following is not present in interestitial fluid:

#55. Passive immunity is developed by injecting:

#56. The valve present in the veins are:

#57. Veins are the blood vessels which transport blood from body cells towards:

#58. Discharge of blood from blood vessels is called as:

#59. Average life span of Red blood cell is:

#60. The white blood cells which have life span of months or even years are:

#61. Enlargement of spleen is seen in:

#62. Thalassaemia is also called:


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