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Antibiotics and Antimicrobial Quiz

MCQ. Bacterial and fungal infections

  1. Are non-infectious diseases
  2. Can be cured by antibiotics
  3. Need to be helped through transmission cycle
  4. are always lethal


Ultrafilteration and Proximal Convoluted tubule Quiz

MCQ. In proximal convoluted tubule, inner surface facing lumen has many

  1. Podocytes
  2. Capillaries forming the loop of Henle
  3. Capillaries forming the Bowman's capsule
  4. Microvilli to enable reabsorption


Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Quiz

MCQ. Example of natural polymer is

  1. Rubber
  2. Polythene
  3. Polyester
  4. Nylon


Transport system in Plants Quiz

MCQ. Fish and mammals cannot rely upon diffusion alone because

  1. cells are often deep within their bodies
  2. cells are metabolically very active
  3. large requirements for exchange of nutrients and wastes
  4. All of above


Active Transport Quiz

MCQ. In nerve cells, energy used by carrier-protein is

  1. 0.3
  2. 0.5
  3. 0.7
  4. 0.9