Homeostasis – MDCAT Biology, Chapter 15 – Level 2

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Homeostasis - Level 2

Chapter 15 - MDCAT Biology - Test Preparation MCQs

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  1. Plants living in, dry places such as deserts. steep hills, etc. and face scarcity of water is:Xerophytes
  2. Some plants store water in large parenchymatous cells present in stem or leaves, such plants are termed as:Succulents
  3. In Fresh water protoctists, osmoregulation take place by:Contractile vacuole
  4. In Fresh water animals like fishes, osmoregulation takes place by:Producing dilute urine
  5. Animals having isotonic body fluid with no osmoregulatory mechanisms are:Osmoconformers
  6. In Plants, diffusion of surplus water in vapour form through stomata is:Transpiration
  7. In Plants, the loss of water in liquid form is:Guttation
  8. Concerning Ammonia (NH3) as excretory product in animals, which statement is not correct?In Animals liver is involved in excretion of ammonia.
  9. “Uric acid” is:C5O3N4H4
  10. In Hydra, nitrogenous wastes is in the form of:Ammonia

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1. In Fresh water protoctists, osmoregulation take place by:

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2. Some plants store water in large parenchymatous cells present in stem or leaves, such plants are termed as:

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3. Concerning Ammonia (NH3) as excretory product in animals, which statement is not correct?

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4. In Hydra, nitrogenous wastes is in the form of:

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5. Plants living in, dry places such as deserts. steep hills, etc. and face scarcity of water is:

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6. In Plants, diffusion of surplus water in vapour form through stomata is:

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7. Animals having isotonic body fluid with no osmoregulatory mechanisms are:

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8. “Uric acid” is:

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9. In Plants, the loss of water in liquid form is:

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10. In Fresh water animals like fishes, osmoregulation takes place by:

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