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Cardiovascular System, Arteries and Veins Quiz

MCQ. The main types of vessels make up the blood circulatory system in mammals are

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4


Ultrafilteration and Proximal Convoluted tubule Quiz

MCQ. Glucose molecules can travel against the concentration gradient in selective reabsorption because of

  1. Presence of mitochondria
  2. Presence of non-carrier proteins
  3. Passive movement of sodium ions into the cell
  4. Absence of carrier proteins


Ultrafilteration and Water Potential Quiz

MCQ. Which statement is correct?

  1. The diameter of afferent arteriole is wider than the efferent arteriole.
  2. The diameter of efferent arteriole is wider than the diameter of the afferent arteriole
  3. The diameters of both arterioles are the same
  4. None of above


Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Quiz

MCQ. The building block of the fat in our body and the fat we use in our diet is

  1. Amino acid
  2. Fatty acid
  3. Nucleic acids
  4. Oil


Active Transport Quiz

MCQ. The Ions diffuse

  1. From low concentration to higher concentration
  2. Ions diffuse from high concentration to lower concentration
  3. Ions can travel both ways at the same time
  4. Do not move