Introduction to Biology – Biology Class 9th MCQs

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Cells and Tissues - Chapter 4 - Biology Class 9th

Chapter : Cells and Tissues
Subject : Biology
Class : 9th
Board : Sindh Board
Total MCQs : 155
Extract From : 9th Class Note Book
Time : 77 Minutes (30 Seconds for Each Question)

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1. The cisternae within the Golgi body consist of:

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2. It is involved in the synthesis of lipids, including oils, phospholipids and steroids.

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3. It is a liquid consisting of water, mineral salts, sugars and amino acids.

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4. In hypertonic conditions, a plant cell:

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5. In 1840, he discovered that sperms and eggs are also cells.

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6. Which statement about the fluid mosaic model of membrane structure is correct?

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7. In 1833, he discovered the nucleus in plant cells.

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8. The information necessary for the creation of new cells is known as:

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9. In 1839, he presented a cell theory.

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10. Cell organelle found in animal cell and helps intracellular digestion

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11. Types of endoplasmic reticulum are:

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12. When the epithelium is composed of a single layer of cells, it is called:

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13. They are small, membrane-bound spherical sacs which facilitate the metabolism, transport and storage of molecules.

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14. In ER, flattened, hollow folds and sacs are called:

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15. During aerobic respiration, energy is produced in the form of:

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16. It is found in the walls of blood vessels, as well as in the walls of the digestive tract, the uterus, the urinary bladder etc.

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17. In the kidneys, it keeps the water and salt levels in the body and blood at the correct Levels.

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18. On stem and leaves these tissue secrete cutin which prevents evaporation.

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19. When a plant loses water, cytoplasm:

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20. The cell membrane is also called:

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21. Organisms whose cells have a membrane bounded nucleus are called:

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22. They are fluid-filled spaces that occur in the cytoplasm of plant cells.

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23. It is a cylindrical tube-like structure that is composed of 27 microtubules.

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24. In 1845, he reworked the cell theory calling cells the basic unit of life.

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25. Types of muscle tissues are:

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26. It is passive process which means it does not require any energy input.

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27. It lies on the .inside of the middle lamella and is mainly composed of cellulose.

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28. It is also responsible for metabolism of carbohydrates, regulation of calcium concentration and detoxification.

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29. In nucleus an aggregation of RNA is also present called:

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30. These cells are generally a cubical shape.

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31. Plastids often contain pigments used in:

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32. It is found in lumen of collecting ducts in the kidney and present in the thyroid gland around the follicles.

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33. The Centrosome plays a very important role in:

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34. Trace the correct pathway of protein produce from protein factories

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35. The Golgi body is the:

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36. It is the largest organelle in the cell.

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37. It is found in the female reproduction system and in the digestive tract.

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38. These tissues cover plant body.

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39. Xylem and phloem, found only in vascular plants, are examples of:

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40. It is covered with Ribosomes

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41. Sieve tube cells and companion cells are found in:

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42. In plants, the cell wall is composed mainly of:

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43. The inner membrane of mitochondria contains many folds called:

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44. Plant and animal cells are:

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45. Lignin is a:

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46. It allows rapid exchange of specific substances.

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47. Adipose is type of:

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48. It is a thin membranous layer on the outer side of the cell.

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49. The cell membrane is composed of a double layer of special lipids called:

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50. In 1665, cell was first observed by:

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51. It contains the entire cell's genetic information in the form of DNA.

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52. Proteins are modified in:

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53. The bulkiest cells are:

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54. A selective permeable boundary that surrounds the vacuole is called:

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55. It plays an important role in hydrolysis, excretion of cellular waste, storage of water, organic and inorganic substances.

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56. They are found in cortex of young stems, in the midribs of leaves and in the petals of flowers:

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57. It is a tough, rigid non-living and permeable protective layer.

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58. It contains strands of cytoplasm that connect adjacent cells and allows molecules to travel between plant cells.

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59. They proposed the Fluid Model of the cell membrane in 1972.

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60. In biological systems, the form in which input of energy occurs is:

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61. Plastids are found in the cells of:

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62. They contain red, orange or yellow pigments and are common in ripening fruit, flowers or autumn leaves.

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63. It separates one cell from another.

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64. It is the movement of substances from a region of high concentration to low concentration.

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65. It is the outer most living boundary of all cells.

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66. The fundamental unit of living thing is:

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67. Electron microscope has a resolution as small as:

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68. They are not composed of cells.

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69. Within the double membrane of chloroplast is a gel-like substance called:

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70. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is an organelle found in:

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71. Its presence is the primary factor that distinguishes eukaryotes from prokaryotes.

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72. Blood referred to as:

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73. The parameters which are important in microscopy are:

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74. It has a double membrane consisting of a network of hollow tubes, flattened sheets, and rounds sacs.

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75. Plant cells use it to absorb water from soil and transport it to the leaves.

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76. Particles are taken up by carrier proteins which change their shape in:

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77. The cells of these tissues do not have the ability to divide.

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78. These plant tissues are composed of cells, which have the ability to divide.

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79. In non-dividing cell, the genetic material is found in the form of network in the nucleus called:

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80. The chlorophyll molecules are found on the surface of the:

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81. Tissues present at the apex of roots and stems are:

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82. In 1670, the first living cells were seen by:

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83. He is believed to be the first investigator to invent the compound microscope in 1590.

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84. Energy flow occurs in cells through the breakdown of:

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85. Nervous tissue is composed of:

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86. It is the movement of substances against a concentration gradient, from a region of low concentration to high concentration using an input of energy.

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87. Proteins are transported from rough ER to the:

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88. They are green-coloured plastids found in plants and algae.

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89. They are exclusively found in the excretory system.

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90. An animal cell does not have:

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91. The outer layer of our skin is a/an:

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92. The smallest cells are bacteria called:

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93. Suspended in the Stroma are stack-like structures called:

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94. It is responsible for protein synthesis and plays a role in membrane production.

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95. It is attached to bones by tendons.

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96. They are colourless plastids.

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97. It is often used to obtain detailed images of the internal structure of cells.

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98. It is also called 'powerhouse' of a cell.

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99. It contains enzymes for photosynthesis.

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100. Which process allow movement in and out of cell
(i)Osmosis
(ii)Diffusion
(iii)Active transport

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101. It is only found in cells which provide mechanical support in plants.

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102. It provides both structural support and means of transport within the cell.

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103. When the epithelium is composed of a single layer of cells, it is called:

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104. It is found in the alveoli of lungs.

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105. In 1833, the center of the cell was seen by:

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106. It is made up of sticky substance called pectin and cellulose.

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107. The openings in the cell wall are called:

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108. Ground tissues are simple tissues made up of:

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109. It is the jelly-like substance that fills the cell.

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110. Select the odd one

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111. What is a function of the rough endoplasmic reticulum?

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112. It is found only in the walls of the heart.

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113. All are postulates of cell theory except

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114. The site where two Centrioles arranged perpendicular to each other is referred to as a:

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115. Filaments made up of:

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116. Electron microscope has a magnification upto:

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117. It is a type of supporting connective tissue.

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118. They are formed by the Golgi body and contain powerful digestive enzymes.

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119. Inside nuclear envelope, a granular fluid is present called:

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120. Select the mismatched

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121. It can be considered to be the 'post office' of the cell.

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122. Cytoplasm consists of up to:

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123. Organisms whose cells do not have a membrane bounded nucleus are called:

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124. Microtubules are made of:

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125. What is responsible for the high resolution of the electron microscope?

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126. It is said to occur down a concentration gradient.

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127. The lining of small intestine are made up of:

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128. It is the site of aerobic respiration.

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129. Mitochondria contain:

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130. A vacuole contains:

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131. The shrinkage of cytoplasm is called:

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132. Peptidoglycan is:

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133. Hereditary information is contained within:

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134. These cells are usually spherical in shape.

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135. Ribosomes are composed of:

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136. In humans and other large multicellular animals, basic types of tissue are:

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137. Cell wall is also present in:

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138. It is a membrane bound organelle found in eukaryotic cells.

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139. Secondary wall is made up of

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140. Their cell walls are hardened with lignin, which is the main chemical component of wood.

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141. A plant tissue composed of more than one type of cell is called:

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142. These cells have a proper nucleus and membrane bound organelles.

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143. They are found surrounding the ducts of many glands, including mammary glands in the breast and salivary glands in the mouth.

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144. The Golgi body consists of a stack of flat membrane-bound sacs called:

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145. It is responsible for the transport of water and dissolved substances from roots to the aerial parts.

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146. Plant cell walls may contain upto:

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147. Waste production and demand of nutrients are directly proportional to cell:

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148. It is a network of protein consists of microtubules and various filaments that spread out through the cytoplasm.

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149. It physically separates the intercellular space from the extracellular environment.

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150. In plants, major types of tissues are:

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151. The main components of fungal cell walls are:

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152. The ER is located in the cytoplasm and is connected to the:

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153. He reached the conclusion that only not only plants, but animal tissue as well is composed of cells.

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154. Bacterial cell walls are composed of:

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155. A photograph of an image taken through a microscope is called:

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introduction to biology chapter 1 mcqs for class 9th sindh board science group. this online test will help you to prepare mcqs given in section a of biology (theory) paper of class ix s.s.c examinations and secure highest marks in class 9th exams in karachi, hyderabad, larkana, sukkur and mirpurkhas.

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