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MCQs on Regulation & Control Quiz

MCQ: The hormone that is released by the kidney in response to the decreased oxygen level of the tissues is called

vitamin D
natriuretic hormone
erythropoietin
renin

MCQ: The food reserves in the aleuronic layer are converted to carbohydrates for seed growth. What's the first thing aleuronic gets converted into?

amylase
starch
maltose
glucose

MCQ: Blood Plasma and glomerular filtrate are different in concentrations of

water
proteins
amino acids
glucose

MCQ: Movement of glucose ions in the proximal convoluted tubule is an example of

active transport
direct transport
inactive transport
secondary active transport

MCQ: All the options are correct except

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