SCC is a place where u can get free study material for academic & competitive exams like CTET,SSC,IIT,NDA,Medical exams etc,

Friday, 26 June 2015

Cell the fundamental unit of life mcq test paper

 Cell,the fundamental unit of life,mcq science for  competition,ssc general science,ctet general science,hooke,

Q.1: The largest cell in the human body is –
(a)Nerve cell (b) Muscle cell (c)Liver cell (d)Kidney cell

Q.2: The barrier between the protoplasm and the other environment in an animal cells –
(a)Cell wall (b) Nuclear membrane (c) Tonoplast (d) Plasma membrane

Q.3: The term ‘Cell’ was given by –
(a)Leeuwenhoek (b) Robert hooke (c) Flemming (d) Robert Brown

Q.4: Who proposed the cell theory? –
(a)Schleiden and Schwann (b) Watson and Crick
(c) Darwin and Wallace (d) Mendel and Morgan

Q.5: A plant cell differs from an animal cell in the absence of –
(a)Endoplasmic Reticulum (b) Mitochondria
(c) Ribosome (d) Centrioles

Q.6: Centrosome is found in –
(a)Cytoplasm (b) Nucleus (c) Chromosomes (d) Nucleolus

Q.7: The power house of a cell is –
(a)Chloroplast (b) Mitochondrion (c) Golgi apparatus (d) Nucleolus

Q.8: Within a cell the site of respiration (oxidation) is the –
(a)Ribosome (b) Golgi apparatus
( c) Mitochondrion (d) Endoplasmic Reticulum

Q.9: Which is called ‘Suicidal Bag’?
(a)Centrosome (b) Lysosome (c) Mesosome (d) Chromosome 

Q.10: Ribosomes are the center for –
(a)Respiration (b) Photosynthesis (c) Protein synthesis (d) Fat synthesis 

Q.11: Double membrane is absent in –
(a)Mitochondrion (b) Chloroplast (c) Nucleus (d) Lysosome 

Q.12: Cell organelle found only in Plant is –
(a)Golgi apparatus (b) Mitochondria (c) Plastids (d) Ribosomes

Q.13: Organisms lacking nucleus and membrane bound organelle are -
(a)Diploids (b) Prokaryotes (c) Haploids d) Eukaryotes

Q.14: Animal cell is limited by –
(a)Plasma membrane (b) Shell membrane
(c) Cell wall (d)Basement membrane

Q.15: The network of Endoplasmic Reticulum is present in the –
(a)Nucleus (b) Nucleolus (c)Cytoplasm (d)Chromosomes

Q.16: Lysosome are reservoirs of
- (a)Fat (b) RNA (c) Secretary Glycoprotein (d) Hydrolytic Enzymes 

Q.17: The membrane surrounding the vacuole of a plant cell is called –
(a)Tonoplast (b) Plasma membrane (c)Nuclear membrane (d)Cell wall 

Q.18: Cell secretion is done by –
(a)Plastids (b) ER (c)Golgi apparatus (d)Nucleolus

Q.19: Centrioles are associated with –
(a)DNA synthesis (b) Reproduction (c)Spindle formation (d)Respiration

Q.20: Main difference between animal cell and plant cell is –
(a)Chromosome (b) Ribosome (c)Lysosome (d) Endoplasmic Reticulum 

Q.21: Animal cell lacking nuclei would also lack in –
(a) Chromosome (b) Ribosome (c) Lysosome (d) Endoplasmic Reticulum 

Q.22: Plasmolysis occurs due to –
(a)Absorption (b ) Endosmosis (c)Osmosis (d)Exosmosis

Q.23: A plant cell becomes turgid due to –
(a)Plasmolysis (b) Exosmosis (c) Endosmosis (d) Electrolysis

Q.24: Solute concentration is higher in the external solution –
(a)Hypotonic (b) Isotonic (c) Hypertonic (d) None of the above

Q.25: A cell placed in hypertonic solution will –
(a)Shrink (b) Show Plasmolysis (c) Swell up (d) No change in shape or size

Q.26: The radiant energy of sunlight is converted to chemical energy and is stored as –
(a)AMP (b) ADP (c)ATP (d)APP

Q.27: Which of the following organelle does not have membrane?
(a)Ribosome (b) Nucleus (c) Chloroplast (d)Mitochondria

Q.28: Root hair absorbs water from soil through –
(a)Osmosis (b) Active transport (c) Diffusion (d)Endocytosis

Q.29: The number of lenses in compound light microscope is –
(a)2 (b)3 (c)4 (d)1

Q.30: The history of the cell began in 1665 with the publication of Micrographia in London by - (a)Robert Hooke (b) Robert Brown (c) Strasburger (d)Dujardin

Q.31: Cell inclusions are –
(a)Non-living materials present in the cytoplasm (b) Another name of cell organelle (c) Cytoskeletal framework of cell (d) Combined name for cell wall and plasma membrane 

Q.32: Which cell organelle is not bounded by a membrane –
(a)Ribosome (b) Lysosome (c)ER (d)Nucleus

Q.33: Which of the following cellular part possess a double membrane?
(a)Nucleus (b) Chloroplast (c)Mitochondrion (d)All of the above 

Q.34: Cristae and Oxysomes are associated with –
(a)Mitochondria (b) Plastids (c)Golgi apparatus (d)Plasma membrane

Q.35: Karyotheca is another name of –
(a)Nuclear envelope (b) Nucleus (c)Nuclear pores (d)Nucleolus

Q.36: Cell organelle that acts as supporting skeletal framework of the cell is –
(a) Golgi apparatus (b) Nucleus (c) Mitochondria (d) ER

Q.37: Plastids are present in –
(a)Animal cell only (b) Plant cells only
(c)Both animal cells and Plant cells (d)Neither animal nor plant cell

Q.38: Cell wall of plant is chiefly composed of –
(a)Hemicellulose (b) Cellulose (c)Phospholipids (d)Proteins

Q.39: Intercellular connections of plant cells are called -
(a)Middle lamella (b)Micro fibrils (c)Matrix (d)Plasmodesmata 

Q.40: Genes are located on the –
(a)Chromosomes (b)Nucleolus (c)Nuclear membrane (d)Plasma membrane

Q.41: Chromatin consists of –
(a)RNA (b) DNA (c)RNA and histones (proteins) (d)DNA and histones (proteins) 

Q.42: Different types of chromosomes can be recognized by the positions of the following separating the two arms –

Share on Google Plus Share on whatsapp


Post a Comment

Download app for android

Download app for android


Popular Posts


Blogger Tips and TricksLatest Tips For BloggersBlogger Tricks
SCC Education © 2017. Powered by Blogger.

Total Pageviews