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Human Respiration Quiz

MCQ: During anabolic (building up) process the

  1. plant stops respiration
  2. oxygen is used up and carbon dioxide is produced
  3. building up of carbohydrates occur
  4. breakdown of carbohydrates occur


Disaccharides and complex sugars Quiz

MCQ: Maltose, lactose and sucrose (C12H22O11) belong to which class of carbohydrates

  1. monosaccharide
  2. disaccharides
  3. ATPs
  4. Polysaccharides


Energy Types in ecological pyramids Quiz

MCQ: Chemical energy trapped in dead bodies is released through the

  1. decomposition only
  2. fungi and bacteria only
  3. virus
  4. decomposition and fungi, bacteria


Function of Enzyme: Pepsin Quiz

MCQ: Pepsin helps digest proteins to

  1. soluble proteins
  2. amino acids
  3. peptones
  4. Chyme


Sexual and Asexual Reproduction Quiz

MCQ: Fertilization is not involved in

  1. sexual reproduction
  2. asexual reproduction
  3. bisexual reproduction
  4. trisexual reproduction