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MCQ: All the options are correct except

  1. carbon dioxide is produced in very small quantities in living organisms.
  2. carbon dioxide is produced by the cells respiring aerobically.
  3. carbon dioxide is transported to the lungs.
  4. carbon dioxide is taken in small quantities

A

MCQ: Uric acid is synthesized by the breaking down of

  1. purines from nucleotides
  2. amino acids
  3. fatty acids
  4. vitamin and minerals

A

MCQ: Ammonia is converted into urea by

  1. liver
  2. kidney
  3. glomerulus
  4. bowman's capsule

A

MCQ: The cell or organ in the body that functions in response to a stimulus is called

  1. receptors
  2. sensors
  3. effectors
  4. responders

C

MCQ: Urea diffuses from liver cells into the

  1. blood plasma
  2. tissue fluids
  3. urinary duct
  4. kidneys

A