Mcq- reproduction

MCQ – Respiration

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1.Simple binary fission is found in
a. Paramecium b. Sponge c. Euglena d. Amoeba a. Simple binary fission b. Transverse binary fission c. Longitudinal binary fission d. Oblique binary fission 3. Which of the following animal show Longitudinal binary fission a. Euglena and Vorticella b. Opalina and Monocystis c. Volvox and Chlamydomonas d. Entamoeba and Trypanosoma 4. Fin Dorset Lamp and Boar Calf are produced through a. Artificial insemination b. Cloning c. Cross breeding d. All these 5. Amitosis is the division of cell without chromosome duplication. Which animal shows it a. Paramecium b. Monocystis c. Euglena d. Both a and b a. Plasmodium b. Monocystis c. Amoeba d. Both a and b 7. Typical method of asexual reproduction in Plasmodium is a. Sporulation b. Gemmulation c. Fission d. Budding 8. Endogenous budding or Gemmule formation is seen in 9. In Rotifers males are absent and the animal resort on a. Self fertilization b. Budding c. Parthenogenesis d. Sporulation 10. Tunica albuginea is a tough collagenous connective tissue covering of a. Ovary b. Testis c. Seminiferous tubule d. Ovarian follicle a. Spermatogenic cells b. Sertoli cells c. Leydig cells d. All these 12. Rete testis is the structure receiving all the seminiferous tubules and its function is a. Actvate spermatozoa b. Storage of Sperms c. Passage of sperms to the Epididymis d. Secretion of Prostaglandins 13. Prostate glands, Seminal vesicles and Cowpers glands are the male accessory glands and the the fluid secreted by the seminal vesicle contains energy substance a. ATP b. Glucose c. Fructose d. Lactose 14. The tail or flagellum of sperm arises from a. Proximal centriole b. Distal centriole c. Middle piece d. Tip of middle piece 15. The non motile sperm from the seminiferous tubules become active when they are in contact with a. Secretion of Seminal vesicle b. Secretion of Prostate gland c. Secretion of Cowpers gland d. Secretion of Rete testis 16. The function of Germinal epithelium is a. Protection of Ovum b. Production of Ovum c. Secretion of Oestrogen d. Secretion of Progesterone 17. Zona pellucida covering the Primary oocyte is a. Proteinaceous b. Mucopolysaccharide c. Gelatin d. Glycolipid 18. Fate of Corpus albicans or White body is a. Remains in the ovary b. Secrete hormones and degenerate c. Degenerate at end of menstrural cycle d. Again become active 19. One of the important reason of Spontaneous abortion is a. Sudden rise in Progesterone secretion b. Sudden rise in Oestrogen level and fall in Progesterone level c. Sudden fall in Oestrogen level d. Sudden stop of Gonadotrophins 20. Which one of the following organ is considered as “ Life Supporting Organ “ 21. The diameter of human ovum is around a. 20 Micrometer b. 100 Micrometer c. 50 Micrometer d. 10 Micrometer a. Corona radiata b. Zona pellucida c. Nucleus d. Cytoplasm 23. Each Primordial germ cell give rise one ovum and three polar bodies. First meiotic division give rise one polar body and Secondary Oocyte. The second polarbody is formed a. Before fertilization b. After fertilization c. Along with first polar body d. At the time of fertilization a. Primary germ cell b. Spermatogonia c. Secondary spermatocyte d. Primary spermatocyte 25. Which of the following hormone stimulate ovarian follicles to mature and formation of ovum 26. The important function of Progesterone is a. Prepares reproductive organs b. Accelerate blood flow to endometrium c. Stimulate mammary glands for milk production d. All these 27. The Hypothalamic hormone that induce the production of FSH and LH is a. Keeps Endometrium soft, moist and thick b. Repairs Uterine wall after Menstruration c. Stimulate Follicle development d. All these 29. The only Protein hormone secreted fro ovary is a. Oestrogen b. Progesterone c. Relaxin d. Steroid a. Secretion of Progesterone from Corpus luteum and Ovulation b. Preparation of Uterine wall for implantation c. Follicle enlargement d. Production of Milk 31. Which of the following statement is Correct a. Amount of LH and FSH gradually increases towards ovulation and diminishes b. Oestrogen is maximum during gestation period c. Progesterone is maximum during Pre ovulatory phase d. Corpus luteum degenerates immediately after ovulation a. Rupture of Follicle b. Sudden fall in Oestrogen c. Sudden rise in LH d. Both b and c 33. Menstrural cycle restarts by the influence of a. Progesterone b. Oestrogen c. CGH d. Prolactin 34. In which part of the Fallopian tube, fertilization occurs a. Ampulla b. Infundubulum c. Isthmus d. Uterine part 35. Naturally occurring and biologically most active Oestrogen is a. Estrone b. 17-b- Estradiole c. Estriole d. All these 36. Which form of Oestrogen is not synthesized in ovary but synthesized by the Placenta and Liver a. Estrone b. Estadiole c. Estriole d. None of these 37. Which of the following male accessory gland is analogous to the Female’s Bartholin’s gland a. Prostate gland b. Cowpers gland c. Seminal vesicle d. Perineal gland a. A test used to detech CHG b. Legalized abortion c. A test used to detect Foetal abnormalities d. A test used to detect the level of Ostrogen 39. All the Pregnancy tests incuding “ Gravindex test “ detect the presence of a. Oestrogen b. Progesterone c. Chorionic gonadotrophin 40. Chorionic gonadotrophin appears in the blood of Female a. After parturition b. Immediately after implantation c. During post ovulatory phase d. During ovulation a. Product of asexual reproduction b. Inactive sperm c. Unfertilized ovum d. Ruptured follicle 42. Arrehenotoky is a method of Parthenogenesis found in Arachnids and in involves a. Production of only males b. Production of only females c. Production of both males and females d. Production of sterile males a. Ruptured follicle b. Fluid filled cavity of follicle c. Corpus albicans d. Outer covering of ovary 44. Corpus luteum is yellow in colour due to the presence of a. Albumin b. Haemoglobin c. Progesterone d. Lutein a. Sperm b. Ovum c. Graffian follicle d. Ovary a. Testis of mammals b. Ovary of mammals c. Testis of Ascaris d. Testis of Frog a. Honey bee b. House fly c. Silk moth d. Butterfly a. Primates only b. Anthropoids only c. All mammals excepts Anthropoids d. None of these a. Oviduct b. Vas deference c. Ureter d. Fallopian tube 50. In which of the mammal, testis do not descend

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