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Epigeal and Hypogeal Germination Quiz

MCQ: Broad Bean is an example of

  1. Epigeal Germination
  2. Hypogeal Germination
  3. Epi-hypogeal Germination
  4. Hypo-Epigeal Germination


Viruses: Biochemical Parasites Quiz

MCQ: Example of rod-shaped viruses include

  1. influenza virus
  2. bacteriophages
  3. tobacco mosaic virus
  4. norwalk virus


Oxidation and Respiration Quiz

MCQ: Oxidation occurs in

  1. stomach
  2. liver
  3. small intestine
  4. every single cell


Biology Test Online Quiz

MCQ: Abiotic environment does not concern

  1. living things
  2. light
  3. water
  4. oxygen


Types of Flowers Quiz

MCQ: Bilaterally symmetrical refers to

  1. if flower can be halved into two equal halves along more than one longitudinal plane passing through
  2. if a flower can be halved along one dimensional plane only
  3. if the flower can be halved forming to equal lobes
  4. if the plant can be halved forming to equal and congruent lobes