Chapter 7 Structural Organisation in Animals MCQs for Class 11 Biology

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Chapter 7 Structural Organisation in Animals MCQs for Class 11 Biology

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Q 1.: Cross-bridges occur in

(A) Midbrain of rabbit

(B) Cranial nerves

(C) Midbrain of frog

(D) Muscle fibres

Option – (d)

Q 2.: Haversian canals occur in

(A) Humerus

(B) Pubic

(C) Scapula

(D) Clavicle

Option – (a)

Q 3.: Multi-unit smooth muscles are found in the wall of

(A) Large blood vessels

(B) Intestine

(C) Stomach

(D) Urinary bladder

Option – (a)

Q 4.: Mast cells secrete

(A) Serotonin

(B) Heparin

(C) Histamine

(D) All of the above

Option – (d)

Q 5.: B-cells and T-cells required for immune system are produced in 

(A) Bone marrow

(B) Liver

(C) Spleen

(D) Lymph node

Option – (d)

Q 6.: Large irregular ovoid cells found in areolar tissue are

(A) Fibroblasts

(B) Macrophages

(C) Mast cells

(D) Chromatophores

Option – (b)

Q 7.: Epithelium forming the inner layer of urinary bladder is 

(A) Simple squamous

(B) Transitional

(C) Simple columnar

(D) Neurosensory

Option – (b)

Q 8.: Nissl’s granules occur in

(A) Nerve cells

(B) Cartilages

(C) Muscle fibres 

(D) Epithelial cells

Option – (a)

Q 9.: Epithelium forming the inner layer of urinary bladder is 

(A) Simple squamous 

(B) Transitional

(C) Simple columnar

(D) Neurosensory

Option – (b)

Q 10.: In cockroach, the first pair of wings is known as

(A) Stema

(B) Terga

(C) Tegmina

(D) Halters

Option – (c)

Q 11.: Vestigial simple eyes of cockroach are called

(A) Ommatidia

(B) Retinullae

(C) Phaosome

(D) Fenestrae

Option – (d)

Q 12.: Bone forming cells are 

(A) Osteoblasts

(B) Osteoclasts

(C) Chondroclasts

(D) Chondroblasts

Option – (a)

Q 13.: In normal healthy female, the number of RBC/ mm 3 of blood is

(A) 6.5-7.0 million

(B) 5.5-6.0 million

(C) 5.5-6.0 million

(D) 3.5-4.0 million

Option – (c)

Q 14.: Mouthparts of cockroach is formed by

(A) Piercing and sucking

(B) Biting and sucking

(C) Biting and chewing

(D) Sponging

Option – (c)

Q 15.: Labium of cockroach is formed by

(A) Ist maxillae

(B) 2nd maxillae

(C) Mentum

(D) Submentum

Option – (b)

Q 16.: Insects are characterised by 

(A) Three pairs of legs

(B) Two pairs of wings

(C) Jointed legs

(D) All of the above

Option – (d)

Q 17.: Dorsal plate of thorax of cockroach is

(A) Stermum

(B) Epidermis

(C) Cuticle

(D) Notum

Option – (d)

Q 18.: Periplaneta belongs to

(A) Crustacea

(B) Insecta

(C) Arachnid

(D) Diplopoda

Option – (b)

Q 19.: How many pairs of spiracles are found in cockroach

(A) Eight 

(B) Ten

(C) Six

(D) Three

Option – (b)

Q 20.: Blood platelets are found only in the blood of

(A) Birds

(B) Reptiles

(C) Mammals

(D) Amphibians

Option – (c)

Q 21.: Lymphocytes are formed by

(A) Plasma cells

(B) Mast cells

(C) Liver cells

(D) None of these

Option – (d)

Q 22.: Which type of connective tissue produce antibodies?

(A) Mast cells

(B) Collagenous fibres

(C) Plasma cells

(D) None of the above

Option – (c)

Q 23.: Lymphoid tissue is found in 

(A) Thymus

(B) Tonsils

(C) Lymph nodes

(D) All of these

Option – (d)

Q 24.: Ciliated epithelium is present in

(A) Trachea

(B) Ureter

(C) Intestine

(D) Nasal Chamber

Option – (d)

Q 25.: Which type of following types of leucocytes secretes heparin and histamine?

(A) Acidophils

(B) Monocytes

(C) Basophils

(D) Neutrophils

Option – (d)

Q 26.: the distinguishing characteristic found in male cockroach but not in female is 

(A) Anal cerci

(B) Vestigial wings

(C) 13-chambered heart

(D) Anal style

Option – (d)

Q 27.: Structure which  help in distinguishing male cockroach from female are

(A) Anal cerci

(B) Ocelli

(C) Caudal styles

(D) Terga

Option – (c)

Q 28.: Which type of connective tissue produce antibodies?

(A) Mast cells

(B) Collagenous fibers

(C) Plasma cells

(D) None of the above

Option – (c)

Q 29.: Areolar connective tissue joins

(A) Fat body with muscles

(B) Integument with muscles

(C) Bones with muscles

(D) Bones with bones

Option – (b)

Q 30.: The cavities of alveoli of lungs are lined by

(A) Cuboidal epithelium

(B) Columnar epithelium

(C) Stratified cuboidal epithelium

(D) Squamous epithelium

Option – (d)

Q 31.: Compound squamous epithelium is found in

(A) Stomach

(B) Intestine

(C) Trachea

(D) Pharynx

Option – (d)

Q 32.: Major protein of connective tissue is 

(A) Melanin

(B) Collagen

(C) Keratin

(D) Myosin

Option – (b)

Q 33.: Which one of the following mammalian cells are not capable of metabolising glucose to carbon dioxide aerobically?

(A) White blood cells

(B) Unstriated muscle cells

(C) Liver cells

(D) Red blood cells

Option – (d)

Q 34.: These WBC’s make maximum count amongst leucocyte. 

(A) Acidophils

(B) Basophils

(C) Neutrophils

(D) Lymphocytes

Option – (d)

Q 35.: The type of tissue lining the nasal passage, bronchioles and fallopian tubes is

(A) Columnar ciliated epithelium

(B) Cuboidal epithelium

(C) Neurosensory epithelium

(D) Germinal epithelium

Option – (a)

Q 36.: Minimum regeneration power is present in

(A) Nervous tissue

(B) Connective tissue

(C) Epithelial tissue 

(D) None of the above

Option – (a)

Q 37.: Myoglobin is present in

(A) All muscle fibres

(B) White muscle fibres only

(C) Red muscle fibres only

(D) Both (b) and (c)

Option – (d)

Q 38.: Carotene pigment is found in the cells of

(A) Dermis

(B) Epidermis

(C) Adipose cell

(D) Both (b) and (c)

Option – (d)

Q 39.: Keratinised dead layer of skin is made up of 

(A) Stratified squamous

(B) Simple cuboidal

(C) Simple columnar

(D) Stratified columnar

Option – (a)

Q 40.: The lining of intestine and kidneys in human is

(A) Keratinised

(B) Brush-bordered 

(C) Ciliated 

(D) None of these

Option – (b)

Pagination

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