21 July 2013

Biology Mcqs XI [Transport] Online Test 1

Biology Mcqs XI [Transport] MCQS Online Test - 1

Biology Aptitude Test. 20 Questions from Chapter # 14 Transport.
Q1. The movement of ions or molecules from the region of higher concentration to the region of lower concentration without permease and energy is known as:
Q2. If a bottle of perfume is opened in a corner of a room, it can be smelt in the entire room after sometime, this is:
Q3. The movement of ions or molecules in and out of cell through membrane transport proteins but without the expenditure of energy is:
Q4. The movement of water molecules from region of higher concentration to the region of by concentration through a semi-permeable membrane is known as:
Q5. The transport takes place at the expense of cell’s metabolic energy — ATP is called:
Q6. Sodium-Potassium pump is an example of:
Q7. Absorption of water and swelling up of hydrophilic substances is known as:
Q8. The pressure exerted upon a solution to keep it in equilibrium with pure water when the two are separated by a semi permeable membrane is known as:
Q9. Hydrostatic pressure in excess of atmospheric pressure is:
Q10. After plasma membrane, another important site of regulation in plant cell Is the membrane of the central vacuole called:
Q11. The withdrawal of protoplasm from cell wall is known as:
Q12. The recovery of cell from plasmolysis is known as:
Q13. Absorption of water and mineral salts takes place through:
Q14. Radial transport of water is termed as:
Q15. The cytoplasmic connections requires only one crossing of plasma membrane at root hair for transport of water and solutes is known as:
Q16. The pathway in which the cell walls of epidermal cells and that of cortical cells form a continue matrix is:
Q17. The upward movement of water from absorptive surfaces up to transpiring surfaces against the downward pull of gravity is known as-
Q18. The path of ascent stream of water is:
Q19. Porous type water conducting cells called:
Q20. The three pushing water up to the stem from roots is:
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