Basic Biology Science Quiz: 30 Questions Test Your Knowledge

Biology Science Quiz
Biology Science Quiz
Biology Science Quiz
Biology Science Quiz

Basic Biology Science Quiz: 30 Questions Test Your Knowledge

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Biology Science Quiz

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Biology Science Quiz includes basic biology questions generally asked in biology exams.

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Formation of new species without geographic isolation, in presence of a barrier to gene flow is known as _____________ speciation.

Think in a broader percpective.

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The product of transcription is a …

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What is the basic structural unit of chromatin?

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Historically which was the first genetically modified plant for antibiotic resistance and was produced in 1982 ?

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Filtration of blood through the glomerulus of a kidney under normal conditions is:

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Centromeres of mammalian chromosomes are characterized by:

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The terms synapse and synapsis are respectively used in relation to:

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The main difference between active transport and facilitated diffusion is:

Definitely not autotrophs.

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First life on earth was:

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A virus that kills its host is said to be:

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Which of the following is not an endangered species?

Potatoes originated somewhere in South America.

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The center of origin of potatoes is…

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The F2 Phenotypic ratio is 1 : 1 : 1 : 1 : 1 : 1 : 1 : 1 . What type of cross was made with F1 to obtain this ratio? 

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…….. was the first growth hormone to be studied in

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In mature coconuts the liquid endosperm becomes milky and …

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Thylakoid membranes of chloroplasts are rich in …

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The active anti-cancer agents vinblastine and vincristine are obtained from :

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The 50 S ribosomal subunit is present in:

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A top athlete has a resting heart rate of 50 beats and cardiac output of 5 liters. What is his stroke volume?

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The DNA protein ratio in chromatin in general is:

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. __________ is a very sensitive bioindicator of sulphur dioxide pollution in the air.

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“Synonymous codons” for ammo acids in the “Genetic code” depict that:

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Among the following three forms of DNA, which one has deeper major groove?

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In the lakes the top consumer must be:

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Late blight of potato is caused by:

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In the CO2 fixation pathway in crassulacean plants, which of the following is the acceptor of CO2?

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Which of the following is an edaphic factor?

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ABO blood group in man is an example for:

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Which process introduces new alleles in a population?

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The amount of energy that must be added to break a bond is exactly equal to the amount that is released upon formation of the bond. Which law of thermodynamics among the following is applicable to this situation?

Your score is

The average score is 39%


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