Biology Chapter 8 MCQs

Biology Chapter 8 MCQs Class 11

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Al-Huda Science Academy is focusing not only on short questions and long questions but also on Biology Chapter 8 MCQs Class 11. Entry Tests required a lot of effort on Multiple Choice Questions that should be of conceptual in nature. The users can participate without login to MCQs test. All MCQs are taken from the past papers of Punjab Boards. Chapter 8 of F.Sc Part 1 Biology is based on Kingdom Fungi.

Biology Chapter 8 includes

  • The body of fungus
  • Nutrition in fungi
  • Reproduction
  • Classification of fungi
  • land adaptations of fungi
  • Importance of fungi

Biology Chapter 8 MCQs Class 11

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#1. Which of the following is major structural component of fungus cell wall:

#2. Deadly poisonous fungus is:

#3. A single mycelium may produce upto a kilometer of new hyphae in only:

#4. Example of soil dwelling carnivorous fungus is:

#5. The ecologically important bio-indicator of air pollution are:

#6. Most of the visible part of lichen is:

#7. Parasitic fungi directly absorb the nutrient from the living host cytoplasm by:

#8. Fungi can tolerate wide range of pH from:

#9. The imperfect fungi are also called:

#10. Fungi are heterotrophs that lack cellulose in their cell wall and contain a chemical found in external skeleton of arthopods:

#11. The fungi which obtain their food from organic matter are called:

#12. Which is absent in fungi:

#13. The closest relatives of fungi are probably:

#14. In fungi spores are produced inside the reproductive structure called:

#15. The principal decomposers of cellulose and lignin are:

#16. Despite absence of sexual reproduction, imperfect fungi show special kind of sexual reproduction called as:

#17. Unicellular yeasts reproduce by:

#18. One of the following reproductive cells structures are asexual:

#19. Oyster mushroom is considered as:

#20. Asexual reproduction in yeast occurs by:

#21. Agaricus are:

#22. Each Ascus comprise ascospores:

#23. which is the largest group of fungi:

#24. Symbiotic association between fungi and algae is called:

#25. Pencillium belongs to:

#26. Members of Basidiomycota are commonly called:

#27. The most common rust fungi are:

#28. Ecological role of fungi as decomposer is parallel only by:

#29. Ustilago species is most common:

#30. Alternaria is an example of:

#31. Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the most exploited:

#32. The group of fungi in which sexual reproduction has not been observed:

#33. The skeleton of arthopoda is made of:

#34. Rhizoups belong to which of the following group:

#35. Brush like arrangements of its conidia is characteristic of:

#36. Which of the following does not produce conidia:

#37. Yeasts are unicellular:

#38. Loose smut of wheat is caused by the following fungi:

#39. Which one of the following fungus is non-edible:

#40. Poisonous mushrooms are also called:

#41. One example of fruticose lichens is:

#42. Which is used to give flavor, aroma and characteristic color to the cheese:

#43. First discovered antibiotic is:

#44. The number of edible mushroom species are about:

#45. Citric acid is obtained from:

#46. The disease caused by a fungus is:

#47. Which of the following is not the symptom of ergotism:

#48. Parasitic fungi directly absorb nutrients from living host by:

#49. All fungal nuclei are haploid except for transient diploid:

#50. Histoplasmosis caused by spores of fungus is a serious infection of:

#51. The cell wall of fungus contains:

#52. Reindeer moss used as food for reindeer is:

#53. pH of fresh saliva is nearly:

#54. Cell wall of oomycotes contain mostly:

#55. Rhizopus belongs to class:

#56. 80% food of sponges consists of:

#57. Candida ablicans is a:

#58. Some fungi are used to control environmental pollution, the process is called:

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