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Guess Papers for FSC Pre Medical Part 2 2016

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Biology MCQs Guess Paper FSC 12th Class 2016

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Biology MCQs Guess Paper FSC 12th Class 2016

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Guess Paper of Biology FSC Part 2 Important MCQs Questions

The armored mammal that live only in America is
(A) Echidna
(B) Pangolin
(C) Porcupine
(D) Armadillo

Most land mammals respond to cold by raising their
(A) Tail
(B) Head
(C) Legs
(D) Furs

Number of cervical vertebrae in a male camel (Mammal)
(A) 7
(B) 11
(C) No definite number
(D) Varied with the size of necic

The problem in which contraction of entire muscle takes place and it lasts for just a few seconds to several hours is
(A) Tetanus
(B) Tetany
(C) Cramp
(D) Muscle fatigue

Cardiac muscles are
(A) Voluntary
(B) Involuntary
(C) Voluntary and involuntary
(D) None

Which is the end of muscle which remains fixed when the muscle contracts?
(A) insertion
(B) origin
(C) tendon
(D) belly

The succession in pond is called
(A) Derosere
(B) Xerosere
(C) Hydrosere
(D) Mesosere

In each case succession is initiated by a few hardy invaders called
(A) starters
(B) pioneers
(C) climax community
(D) decomposers

Primary succession, Which starts in a pond ecosystem i termed as
(A) ecosphere
(B) derosere
(C) hydrosere
(D) xerosere

Succession starts on dry soil is called
(A) Hydrosere
(B) Xerosere
(C) Derosere
(D) Desertification

Which cells secrete testosterone?
(A) Prostrate gland
(B) Seminal vesicle
(C) Interstitial cells
(D) Follicle cells

Fluid secreted by sertoli cells provides liquid medium, protection and nourishment to
(A) Oocyte
(B) Sperms
(C) Polar body
(D) Spermatids

Endocrine glands secrete
(A) hormones
(B) salts
(C) enzymes
(D) mucous

The smaller number of a cells in pancreas secrete
(A) Insulin
(B) Glucagon
(C) Antidiuretic hormone (ADH)
(D) Water

Drifting or floating microscoping animals and plants are called
(A) Plankton
(B) Cyanobacteria
(C) Fungi
(D) Mammals

Which part of brain monitor the body temperature
(A) Thalamus
(B) Pons
(C) Hypothalamus
(D) Arnygdala

The temperature more effective forvemalisation is
(A) 4°C
(8) 8°C
(C) 12°C
(D) 16°C

Archaebacteria tolerate temperature upto
(A) 60°
(B) 90°
(C) 120°
(D) 150°

Archaebacteria can tolerate temperature
(A) 45 °C
(B) 85 °C
(C) 100 °C
(D) 120 °C

Optimum temperature for growth of plants is
(A) 30-40°C
(B) 25-30°C
(C) 10-20°C
(D) 20-40°C

The duration of low temperature (chilling) treatment varies from
(A) 4 days to 2 months
(B) 4 days to 3 months
(C) 2 days to 3 months
(D) 5 days to 5 months

About 50% cases of MODY are caused by mutations in
(A) Kinase gene
(B) Galactoxinase gene
(C) Glucokinase gene
(D) Proteinase

Children with severe combined immunodeficiency syndrome (SC1D) lack enzyme
(A) Adenosine deaminase (ADA)
(B) LH
(D) Vasopressin

The syndrome having trisomy of chromosome number is
(A) Down’s
(B) Patau’s
(C) Edward’s
(D) Jacob’s

At the cephalic end of primitive streak, closely packed cells form local thickening known as
(A) Primitive gut
(B) Primitive ridges
(C) Hensen’s node
(D) Splanchnic mesoderm

The joint that allows the movement in two directions
(A) Hinge joint
(B) Ball and socket joint
(C) Cartilaginous joint
(D) Fibrous joint

Which one of the following is not a joint disease
(A) Arthritis
(B) Sciatica
(C) Disc slip
(D) Spondylosis

Which hormone is necessary for ‘fruit set’
(A) Auxins
(B) Gibberellins
(C) Cytokinins
(D) Ethene

Lack of vasopressin hormone causes:
(A) Diabetes mellitus
(B) Diabetes insipidus
(C) Parkinsqn’s disease
(D) Addison’s diseas

The hormone promotes closing of stomata
(A) Auxins
(B) Gibberellins
(C) Abscisic acid
(D) Cytokinin

Hormone absent in developing seed
(A) Auxines
(B) Gibberellins
(C) Cytokinins
(D) Ethene

Which hormone is chemically a steroid?
(B) Cortisone
(C) Thyroxine
(D) Insulin

After every 200 nucleotide, the DNA duplex is coiled around a core of eight histone proteins forming a sivampiex known as
(A) Green itouse elect
(B) Acid rain
(C) Ozone depletion
(D) Global warming

The two different pieces of DNA joined together, is called as
(A) Dimeric DNA
(B) Chirnaeric DNA
(C) Trimeric DNA
(D) Tetrameric DNA

X-ray diffraction analysis of DNA was performed by
(A) Erwin Chargaff
(B) Watson & Crick
(C) Rosalind Franklin
(D) Charles Darwin

Repeating units of DNA are called
(A) Histones
(B) Nucleosides
(C) Nucleotides
(D) Amino acids

Metabolism of pqrine and pyrimidine produces significance amount of
(A) Creatinine
(B) Creatine
(C) Xanthine
(D) Trimethylamine oxide

The central station of metabolism and the body’s central metabolic clearing agent is
(A) Stomach
(B) Liver
(C) Kidneys
(D) Gut

Which organ is the central station of metabolism
(A) Liver
(B) Kidney
(C) Spleen
(D) Skin

Which one is a haploid cell
(A) Pogonia
(B) Primary oocyte
(C) Secondary oocyte
(D) Zygote

Which one is a plant of a desert
(A) Pinus
(B) Dwarf Willow
(C) Rose
(D) Cactus

The plant in deserts
(A) Remain ever green
(B) Short rooted
(C) Conserve water
(D) Broad leaves

Which one is not desert
(A) Thal
(B) Thar
(C) Sahara
(D) Taiga

Desert ecosystem of Bhakkar and Mianwali is called
(A) Thar
(B) Thai
(C) Cholistan
(D) Rohi

Which one of the following is heterotherm?
(A) Bat
(B) Frog
(C) Snake
(D) Man

Drosophila males for eye colour are
(A) Homozygous
(B) Heterozygous
(C) Hernizygous
(D) None of these

Who for the first time found white eye mutant in Drosophila
(A) Morgan
(B) BriIges
(C) COrrellS
(D) De Varies

Aspartame is a
(A) Dipeptide
(B) Tripeptide
(C) Pentapeptide
(D) Polypeptide

Yellow cytoplasm of ascidian zygote gives rise to
(A) Muscle cells
(B) Gut
(C) Neural tube
(D) Larval epiderniis

Cytoplasm becomes more viscous during
(A) Prophase
(B) Metaphase
(C) Anaphase
(D) Telophase

What happens when both alleles of a gene pair independently express in a lieterozygote
(A) Dominance
(B) Incomplete doininance
(C) Over dorninance
(D) Co-dominance

How many gene pairs contribute to the wheat grain colour
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4

The position of a gene on the chromosome is called its
(A) Allel
(B) Henote
(C) Locus
(D) Genotype

Human skin colour is controlled by gene pairs
(A) Two to four
(B) Three to six
(C) Four to six
(0) Six to ten

In natural selection, the environment plays role affecting the propOrtions of gene in
(A) Population
(B) Community
(C) Area
(D) Biome

Secretors have dominant secretor gene “Se” on chromosome
(A) 9
(B) 19
(C) 21
(D) 24

All the genes found in a breeding population constitute
(A) Genotype
(B) Genome
(C) Gene frequency
(D) Gene pool

Bone to bone attachment is by
(A) Tendon
(B) Nerves
(C) Muscles
(D) Ligament

Which one is not a bone of axial skeleton
(A) Ribs
(B) Sternum
(C) Pelvic
(D) Cranium

Amino acid attachment site of tRNA is
(A) G-end
(B) 2-end
(C) 3-end
(D) 5-end

In bacteria the newly synthesized mRNA is released m
(A) Nucleus
(B) Cytoplasm
(C) Mitochondria
(D) None

mRNA is synthesized by
(A) DNA polynierase
(B) RNA polyrneraSe
(C) RNA ligase
(D) none

The microtubule is composed of traces of RNA and protein called
(A) Myosin
(B) Troponin
(C) Actin
(D) Tubulin

Disease caused by nutritional deficiency in man
(A) Cholera
(B) Beriberi
(C) Arthritis
(D) Suclar

Incidence of uric acid st,n,f, is
(A) 5%
(B) 10%
(C) 15%
(D) 70%

The incidence of calcium phosphate stones in kidney of limn is
(A) 10%
(B) 15%
(C) 20%
(D) 25%

The incidence of calcium oxalate type stones are
(A) 40%
(B) 50%
(C) 60%
(D) 70%

The incidence of calcium oxalate types stones of kidney is
(A) 50%
(B) 60%
(C) 15%
(D) 70%

Flame cells are part of excretory system of
(A) Cockroach
(B) Earthworm
(C) Hydra
(D) Planaria

The excretory structures that deliver urine from kidney to urinary bladder
(A) Urethra
(B) Pelvis
(C) Ureter
(D) Collecting tubule

In old trees, the active conducting portion of the wood is called
(A) Sap wood
(B) Heart wood
(C) Cedar wood
(D) Cork

The inactive non-conducting wood is called
(A) Heart wood
(B) Sap wood
(C) Cork
(D) Bark

Nociceptors produce the sensation of
(A) Touch
(B) Pain
(C) Warmth
(D) Pressure

The sensation of pain is produced by
(A) Chemoreceptors
(B) Mechanoreceptors
(C) Photoreceptors
(D) Nociceptors

Abscisic acid can be sprayed on tree crops to regulate
(A) Leaf drop
(B) Shoot drop
(C) Cone drop
(D) Fruit drop

During delivery in human, the average loss of blood is about
(A) 150 cm3
(B) 250 cm3
(C) 350 cm3
(D) 450 cm3

Average loss of blood during birth in human female is about
(A) 150cm3
(B) 250cm3
(C) 350cm3
(D) 450cm3

The cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is similar in composition to
(a) Blood
(b) Blood plasma
(c) Blood serum
(d) Blood proteins

The first restriction enzyme was isolated by
(A) Katy Mullis
(B) Hamilton
(C) Sanger
(D) Maxam

Which is not a micronutrient?
(A) Zinc
(B) Iron
(C) Sulphur
(D) Iodine

The percentage of land water cultivation is
(A) 30%
(B) 21%
(C) 1%
(D) 5%

Which of one is absent in animal cell
(A) Spindle
(B) Centride
(C) Chromatids
(D) Phragmeplast

Match diabetes incipidus with one of the following
(A) Oxytocin
(B) Vascopression
(C) Insulin
(D) Glucagon

Phoperiod affects flowering when shoot meristem start producting
() Floral buds
() Leaves
() Lateral bud
() Leaves and lateral bud

In the case of human cell, cell cycle duration is about
(A) 24 hours
(B) 23 hours
(C) 22 hours
(D) 21 hours

Full cell cycle in yeast cells has length of
(A) 30 minutes
(B) 60 minutes
(C) 90 minutes
(D) 120 minutes

A gamete without any sex chromosome is called
(A) Autogamete
(B) Gamete
(C) Nullo gemete
(D) Sex-gamete

Vehicle for transport of male gamete in land plants is
(A) Water
(B) Pollen tube
(C) Pollen grain
(D) Wind

Common method of sexual reproduction are
(A) Tissue culturing
(B) Identical twins
(C) Cloning
(D) All of these

Haemophilia C
(A) Affects both sexes equally
(B) Affects men more than women
(C) Affects women more than men
(D) Is non-allelic recessive sex-linked

Separation of homologous chromosomes occurs during
(A) Prophase
(B) Metaphase
(C) Telophase
(D) Anaphase

Number of chromosome present in honeybee are
(A) 6
(B) 20
(C) 32
(D) 40

Morphological characteristics of chromosomes collectively called
(A) Holotype
(B) Karyokinesis
(C) Karyntype
(D) Neotype

Cell suspension cultures of digitalis lanata produce
(A) Anti-toxin
(B) Digitoxin
(C) Polludrin
(D) Quinine

Acquired characteristics of an individual cannot be
(A) Inherited
(B) Flourished
(C) Lost
(D) Migrated

Coniferous fixests of high altitude are called
(A) Alpine
(B) Arctic
(C) Boreal
(D) Tundra

Northern coniferous forests are also called
(A) Savanna
(B) Prairies
(C) Taiga
(D) Tundra

The ozone layer has developed a hole over the
(A) Arctic
(B) Equator
(C) Anarctica
(D) Tropics

Synapsis occurs during
(A) Pachytent
(B) Leptotene
(C) Zygotene
(D) Diplotene

Most efficient way of supporting the body is seen in
(A) Fishes
(B) Ayes
(C) Reptiles
(D) Mammals

Biome is a
(A) Simple community
(B) Complex community
(C) Regional community
(D) Climax community

The negative physiological changes in our body are called
(A) Degeneration
(B) Abnormalities
(C) Aging
(D) Regeneration

Antibody used for the treatment of genita obtained from
(A) Corn
(B) Soya-bean
(C) Rice
(D) Wheat

Number of Ammonia molecules required to produce one molecule of urea is
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4

Genomic library is a collection of bacterial or bacteriophage
(A) Genotype
(B) Genome
(C) Gene pool
(D) Clones

Reproduction is necessary for the survival of
(A) Individual
(B) Species
(C) Community
(D) Biome

Maximum speed of nerve impulse transmission is
(A) 100 m/s
(B) 110 m/s
(C) 120 m/s
(D) 130 m/s

Apoptosis is
(A) Division of cells
(B) Death of cells by tissue damage
(C) Suicide of cells
(D) Weakness of cells

Air in motion is called
(A) Atmosphere
(B) Wind
(C) Gas
(D) Weather

A diluted solution compared to the cell concentration is termed as
(A) Hypertonic
(C) Isotonic
(B) Hypotonic
(D) Paratonic

The environment where the animals produce large volumes of diluted urine
(A) Hypotonic aquatic
(B) Isotonic aquatic
(C) Hyriertonic aquatic
(D) Terrestrial

Which animal has long narrow wings
(A) Gull
(B) Owl
(C) Crow
(D) Eagle

Ethene induce flowering in
(A) Banana
(B) Rose
(C) Pine apple
(D) Orange

Parthenocarpy is induced in tomato and pepper by adding
(A) AuZin
(B) Cytokinin
(C) Ethene
(D) Abscisic acid

Microtubules are composed of protein, tubulin and traces of
(C) Glycolipid
(D) Phospholipid

Microtubules are composed of
(A) Tubulin
(B) Insulin
(C) Haemoglobin
(D) Adrenaline

The spread of tumoccells and establishment of secondary area of groivtli is known as
(A) Necrosis
(B) Apoptosis
(C) Metastasis
(D) Epigenesis

In 1958, F.C. Steward grew a complete carrot plant from tiny piece of
(A) Pith
(B) Cortex
(C) Xylem
(D) Phloem

Darwin’s “origin pf species” was published in
(A) 1840
(B) 1859
(C) 1865
(D) 1890

Who proposed the term Niche in Ecology
(A) Haeckel
(B) Grinnell
(C) Elton
(D) Darwin

Metal illness causes
(A) Goitre
(B) Anemia
(C) Alzheimer
(D) Scurvy

Chromatin network is visible during
(A) Interphase
(B) Prophase
(C) Metaphase
(D) Anaphase

In 1901 ABO group system was discovered by
(A) Punnett
(B) Karl Landsteiner
(C) Bernstein
(D) Wiener

The base pairs in human genome are
(A) Two billions
(B) Three billions
(C) Four billions
(D) Five billions

In 1917 term niche was first proposed by American Ornithologist named
(A) Charles Eltarf
(B) Joseph Grinnell
(C) Ernst Haeckel
(D) Lamark

Tobacco plant produces flowers in
(A) Spring
(B) Summer
(C) Autumn
(D) Winter

Protonephridium is found in
(A) Hydra
(B) Planaria
(C) Earthworm
(D) Cockroach

Action of the Venus fly trap is
(A) Nyctinasty
(B) Photonasty
(C) Haptonasty
(D) Thermonasty

Fruit ripening is due to the production of
(A) Auxins
(B) Cytokinin
(C) Gibberellin
(D) Ethane

These have adaptations for reduced transpiration
(A) Xerophytes
(B) Mesophytes
(C) Halophytes
(D) Hydrophytes

Germinating pollen grain is rich source of
(A) Gibberellins
(B) Auxin
(C) Cytokinin
(D) Ethene

The removal of aPex releases the lateral buds from the apical dominance ft is balled
(A) Inhibitory effect
(B) Compensatory effect
(C) Apical dominance
(D) Reproduction

In Pakistan among the animals declared extinct is
(A) White headed duck
(B) Marbled teal
(C) Crocodile
(D) Houbara bustard

One of the following is an example of predator prey relationship
(A) Fungus and alga
(B) Flower and insect
(C) Fox and rabbit
(D) Root nodule bacteria

The productivity can be indicated by
(A) Consumption of CO2
(B) Evolution of CO2
(C) Consumption of 02
(D) Evolution of N2

Growth rate is influenced by
(A) Hormones
(B) water
(C) vitamins
(D) All of these

Mitasis is divided into
(A) Karyokinessis
(B) Cytokinesis
(C) Interphase
(D) Karhokinesis and cytokinesis

The living organisms which can prepare their own food are
(A) Predators
(B) Parasites
(C) Producers
(D) Prey

What is our principle Source of energy
(A) Nuclear energy
(B) Geothermal energy
(C) Solar energy
(D) Tidal energy

Batteries store which type of energy
(A) Electrical
(B) Mechanical
(C) Chemical
(D) Nuclear

Stone cancer is result of
(A) Soil pollution
(B) Water pollution
(C) Air pollution
(D) Stone pollution

Phragnioplast is formed by vesicles originated from
(A) Endoplasmic reticulum
(B) Golgi complex
(C) Chloroplast
(D) Mitochondria

The collenchyma cells have protoplast and usually lack
(A) Primary wall
(B) Secondary wall
(C) Middle lamella
(D) Vacuole

The bacteria in the root nodules fix nitrogen and convert it into
(A) Nitrate
(B) Nitrite
(C) Amino add
(D) Ammonia

The unspecialized cells present in flatworms and planaria are
(A) Neoblast
(B) Osteoblast
(C) Osteoclast
(D) Chondrocyte

A network of dosed tubule without internal openings is called
(A) Protonephridium
(B) Metanephridium
(C) Nephron
(D) Kidney

Which one of the following is initiation codon

The movement shown by sperm of liverworts towards archegonials called
(A) Chemotactic
(B) Sleep movement
(C) Nutation
(0) Chemotropism

In honey bee males sperm are produced by
(A) Meiosis
(B) Mitosis
(C) Apomixis
(D) Parthenocarpy

The first convolute part of vast deferens is called
(A) Epididymis
(B) penis
(C) scrotum
(D) spermS

The study of human populations and things that affect them is called
(A) Demography
(B) Gerenotology
(C) Aging
(D) Evolution

Similar group of individuals who can inter breed and produce organisms Of their own kind form a
(A) Population
(B) community
(C) species
(D) succession

The main reason for the extinction-of species is
(A) Population
(B) Over population
(C) Habitated destruction
(D) Parasitism

Which one of the following is excretophore
(A) Stem
(B) Leaves
(C) Roots
(D) Bark

One of the following part of the plant is excretophore
(A) Stem
(B) Roots
(C) Leaves
(D) Flowers

Fruit develOpment without fertilization is
(A) Dormancy
(B) Climacteric
(C) Parthenocarpy
(D) Parthenogenesis

Unlike most proteins histones are
(A) Positively charged
(B) Negatively charged
(C) Neutral
(D) Discharged

Enzymes are responsible for assembly of
(A) Nucleic acid
(B) Protein
(C) Carbohydrates
(D) All of these

The steady internal state of homeostasis is known as
(A) Disorder
(B) Disease
(C) Normal health
(D) Abnormal health

The protection of an internal environment from the harms of fluctuations is the definition of which of the followings
(A) Osmoregulatin
(B) Excretion
(C) Therinoregulation
(D) Homeostasis

The more concentrated external environment is termed as
(A) Hypotonic
(B) Hypertonic
(C) Isotonic
(D) Osmotic

The study of relationship of organisms to their environment is known as
(A) Biology
(B) zecology
(C) Zoology
(D) Mycology

Which is a long day plant?
(A) Cucumber
(B) Henbane
(C) Sitabean
(D) Strawberry

The category of the plants that has alaptation of small and thick leaves to limitwater loss are called
(A) Hydrates
(B) Xerophytes
(C) Mesophytes
(D) Hygrophytes

Which one is not a mesophyte?
(A) Brassica
(B) Rose
(C) Fmango
(D) Cacti

Which of the following is diititigrades
(A) Rabbit
(B) Monkeys
(C) carnivore
(D) horse

Kohler used Chimpanzee to prove
(A) Habituation
(B) Imprinting
(C) Latent learning
(D) Insight learning

Which one of the following is unguligrade
(A) Bear
(B) Man
(C) Deer
(D) Rodents

The larval epidermis is formed froin
(A) Vclear cytoplasm
(B) Gray equatorial cytoplasm
(C) Yellow cytoplasm
(D) Gray vegetal cytoplasm

Zoos and botanical gardens are to save species whose extinction is
(A) Permanent
(B) Dominant
(C) Imminent
(D) Prominent

Tissue culture and cloning seek help through
(A) Mitosis
(B) Endomitosis
(C) Meiosis
(D) Karyokinesis

During elongation the cell volume increases up to
(A) 50 fold
(B) 100 fold
(C) 150 fold
(D) 200 fold

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