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Role of Microorganisms in Decomposition Quiz

MCQ: SCP is stands for for

  1. Single cell protein
  2. Single sight protection
  3. Single cell protection
  4. Single colour protien

A

Excretion in Mammals Quiz

MCQ: Antidiuretics drugs are used for production of urine that is more

  1. Concentrated
  2. Diluted
  3. Yellowish
  4. Thick

B

Conservation Quiz

MCQ: Pyrethrum is used to kill

  1. Pest
  2. Insects
  3. Fungi
  4. Algae

B

Hormonal and Nervous Control Quiz

MCQ: Nervous control may be voluntary or involuntary but harmonal control always

  1. Involuntary
  2. Voluntary
  3. Short-lived
  4. Electrical signal

A

Cell: Structure and Organization Quiz

MCQ: The protoplasm of the cell consists of cell surface membrane, nucleus and

  1. vacuoles
  2. cytoplasm
  3. cell wall
  4. ribosome

B