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Structure of a wind pollinated flower Quiz

MCQ: Which is true about grasses

  1. a common flowering plants
  2. not a flowering plants
  3. a flowering plant
  4. a uniflowering plants

A

Human Respiration Quiz

MCQ: External Nares are connected to internal Nares through

  1. larynx
  2. mucus
  3. pharynx
  4. nasal passage

D

Structure of Mammalian Skin Quiz

MCQ: Negative feedback is introduced through

  1. ADH
  2. ATPs
  3. self-regulatory corrective mechanism
  4. cerebral hemisphere

C

Heat Loss Prevention Quiz

MCQ: It is difficult to prevent heat loss in

  1. large mammals
  2. man
  3. small mammals
  4. bear

C

Starvation and Muscle waste Quiz

MCQ: After fats and glycogen (C24H42O21) are consumed in case of starvation, the next nutrient to be consumed is

  1. proteins
  2. starch
  3. cellulose
  4. adenosine triphosphate

A