Section A:(Multiple Choice Questions)
Note: Attempt all questions from this section.
Q.1:- Choose the correct answer for each from the given option:
a) Nucleus was discovered by.
- Robert Hook
- Robert Brown
b) Plant cell wall was made of.
c) Energy is released from.
- Golgi bodies
d) Rod-shape bacteria is called.
e) Rabies is caused by.
- Rhino Virus
f) The most common method of yeast reproduction is.
- Non of them
g) Cancer causing toxin is called.
h) Yeast belongs to.
i) Fungi which lack sexual reproduction is called.
j) Fungus utilized in baking industry.
- Bread mold
k) Potato belongs to family.
l) Heterospory is found in.
m) Where do the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis
- Guard cells of stomata
- In the thylakoid membrane of chloroplast
- Stroma of chloroplast
- Cytoplasm of leaf cell
n) Where does respiratory electron transport occur?
- All of them
o) What is the end product of glycolysis in plant?
- Pyruvie acid
- Lactic acid
- Methyl alcohol
- Ethyl alcohol
p) Leaves tern pale yellow due to loss in chlorophyll content
- All of them
q) In the morning when the sun rises, plants open their stomata
- Pumping H20 out of guard cells
- Pumping H20 into the guard cells
- Pump K+ ion into the guard cells
- Pump K+ Out Of the guard cells
r) Pressure flow hypothesis was proposed by E. Munch in.
Note: Students are advised to learn material written
in boxesof your book for MCQS
Important Long Questions
1- Write notes on the following:
- Endoplasmic Reticulum
- Golgi bodies
2- Describe the life cycle of of Bacteriophage with labelled
diagram (Structure of Bacteria or Structure and reproduction
3- Describe the life cycle of plant showing isomorphic alteration
4- Describe the structure and reproduction of fungi
5- Describe the life cycle of Zygomycota and also draw its
diagrammatic life cycle
6- Adaptation of plants to land habitat OR Structure and
reproduction in Ascomycota
7- Describe the life cycle Selaginella, Fern and Pinus
8- Describe the floral characters, floral formula, floral
diagram and economic importance of family Rasaceae, Mimasaceae
9- Describe the process of photosynthesis with reference
to cyclic and non-cyclic phosphorylation
10- Describe the process or mechanism of Anaerobic respiration
11- Describe the mechanism of Aerobic respiration or Kreb
12- Define transpiration and describe its stomatal mechanism.
Important Short Questions Cell Theory
- Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
- Techniques to isolate components of cell
- Comparison of the light and electron microscope
- Classification of living organisms
- Characteristics and structure of virus
- Viral diseases(Rabies, AIDS, Hepatitis)
- Photosynthesis and chemosynthetic bacteria
- Classification of bacteria on the basis of respiration
- Fission in Bacteria
- Genetic Recombination
- Salient feature of cynobacteria
- Plant and Animal characteristics of Euglena
- Slime mould
- Phytophthora infestance- Structure, reproduction and economic
- Nutrition in Fungi
- Types of Ascocarps
- Economic impportance of yeast
- Labelled diagram of sectioned marchantia thallus
- Evolution of the leaf
- Diagram of Female cone of Pinus
- An anatropous or inverted ovule in L.S
- Describe the role of chlorophyll and carbondioxide and
ATP as energy currency
- Fermentation and its economic importance
- Trophic level
- Deficiency symptoms of nitrogen and phosphorous
- Facilitated diffusion
- Active transport
- Plasmolysis and de- Plasmolysis
- Vessels and Tracheids
- Advantages and disadvantages of transpiration
- Phloem translocation
- Source- sink movement
- Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration