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Viruses: Biochemical Parasites Quiz

MCQ. Under suitable conditions, the mycelia threads grow

  1. in the host cells
  2. undergo binary fissions
  3. grow over the substratum
  4. form spores for later reproduction


Biology Learning Online Quiz

MCQ. Oxygenated blood is supplied to rest of the body through

  1. hepatic portal vein
  2. dorsal aorta
  3. hepatic artery
  4. hepatic vein


Mammalian Skin Quiz

MCQ. Convection, conduction and radiation loose lesser heat if

  1. heat gain center of hypothalamus is activated
  2. heat loose center of hypothalamus is activated
  3. low glucose detector part of hypothalamus is stimulated
  4. high glucose detector part of hypothalamus is stimulated


Branches of Biotechnology Quiz

MCQ. Example of red biotechnology is

  1. antibiotics
  2. pesticides
  3. industrial catalysts
  4. Bt corn


Natural Vegetative Propagation in Flowering Plants Quiz

MCQ. Lack of dispersal mechanism leads to the

  1. production of daughter plants exactly identical to parent plant
  2. causes overcrowding and competition for light and water
  3. growth of plant in a suitable environment
  4. no possibility of fertilization