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Active Transport Quiz

MCQ: Concentration gradient is said to exist when the

  1. Concentration of ions is more inside the cell and less outside the cell
  2. Concentration of ions is lesser inside the cell and more outside the cell
  3. Hypertonic solution enters the cells
  4. Water enters by osmosis

A

Mutations, Mutagen and Oncogene Quiz

MCQ: An Ultraviolet light does not involved in

  1. A form of ionizing radiation
  2. Includes X-rays
  3. Causing skin cancer
  4. Can break the DNA strands

C

Infectious and non-infectious Diseases Quiz

MCQ: Pathogen for Measles is known as

  1. Variola Virus
  2. Vibrio Cholerae
  3. Plasmodium
  4. Morbillivirus

D

Infectious and non-infectious Diseases Quiz

MCQ: Infectious diseases include

  1. Malnutrition
  2. Cystic fibrosis
  3. Retinoblastoma
  4. Tuberculosis

D

Bowmans Capsule and convoluted Tubule Quiz

MCQ: Blood Plasma and glomerular filtrate are different in concentrations of

  1. Water
  2. Proteins
  3. Amino acids
  4. Glucose

B