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Cancer and Carcinogens Quiz

MCQ: Cancer of white blood cells can be referred to as

  1. lymphoma
  2. cervical cancer
  3. leukemia
  4. retinoblastoma


Transport system in Plants Quiz

MCQ: Plant transport system does not transport

  1. CO2
  2. organic salts
  3. water
  4. plant hormones


Tobacco Smoke and Emphysema Quiz

MCQ: People who are suffering from Emphysema have

  1. slow breathing rate
  2. rapid breathing rate
  3. normal breathing rate
  4. mild breathing rate


Ultrafiltration and Proximal Convoluted tubule Quiz

MCQ: Glucose molecules can travel against the concentration gradient in selective reabsorption because of

  1. presence of mitochondria
  2. presence of non-carrier proteins
  3. passive movement of sodium ions into the cell
  4. absence of carrier proteins


Auxin, Gibberellins and Abscisic Acid Quiz

MCQ: The stem elongation is controlled through

  1. gibberellins
  2. auxins
  3. abscisic acid
  4. cytokines