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Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Quiz

MCQ: Enzyme which is used to remove or knockout genes is known as

  1. nucleolus
  2. nuclease
  3. nucleotide
  4. clones


Structure of Cell: Vacuoles Quiz

MCQ: Vacuoles of animal cells are

  1. permanent
  2. semi-permanent
  3. large and central
  4. none of others


Formation of urine Quiz

MCQ: Urine is formed in

  1. cortex
  2. medulla
  3. renal pelvis
  4. nephrons


O Level Biology Questions Quiz

MCQ: Advantages of seed dispersal includes

  1. less spread of disease
  2. plants colonizing new habitats
  3. prevention of overcrowding of plants in same habitat
  4. all of above


Production of antibodies Quiz

MCQ: In transport, hemophilia refers to failure to form

  1. soluble proteins
  2. insoluble proteins
  3. phagocytes
  4. heparin