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Homeostasis, Receptors and Effectors Quiz

MCQ: An Immense damage can be caused by ammonia in

  1. Aquatic animals
  2. Terrestrial animals
  3. Desert habitat
  4. All of above


Ultrafilteration and Proximal Convoluted tubule Quiz

MCQ: Substances which do not actively reabsorbed in proximal convoluted tubule are

  1. Na ions
  2. K ions
  3. Amino acids
  4. Vitamins


Infectious and non-infectious Diseases Quiz

MCQ: El Tor strain has been replaced by

  1. V Cholerae 0142
  2. V Cholerae 0149
  3. V Cholerae 0139
  4. V Cholerae 0134


Auxin, Gibberellins and Abscisic Acid Quiz

MCQ: Decision to grow upwards or branch is taken by chemicals called

  1. Gibberellins
  2. Auxins
  3. Abscisic acid
  4. Cytokinins


A Level Biology Quiz

MCQ: Movement of ions across a membrane against a concentration gradient is called as

  1. Active transport
  2. Osmosis
  3. Diffusion
  4. Root pressure