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Functions and Composition Quiz

MCQ: Peristalsis helps in

  1. absorption of minerals
  2. passing food from small intestine to large intestine
  3. passing food through esophagus
  4. passing food from stomach to small intestine


Heat Loss Prevention Quiz

MCQ: Prevention of heat is attributed to the rate of

  1. digestion
  2. reaction
  3. heat production
  4. heat gained


Natural Vegetative Propagation in Flowering Plants Quiz

MCQ: Disadvantages of natural vegetative propagation include

  1. lack of dispersal mechanisms
  2. no fertilization is involved
  3. the area is quickly colonized
  4. offspring's are exact clones of parent plants


Photosynthesis in Plants Quiz

MCQ: Chlorophyll is found in oval-shaped structures known as

  1. stomata
  2. mitochondria
  3. chloroplast
  4. centrioles


Classification of Enzymes Quiz

MCQ: Carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) are produced as output when

  1. oxidation of glucose occurs
  2. oxidation does not occur at all
  3. oxidation is accompanied with cell division
  4. oxidation is accompanied with water