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31-60: MCQs from Class 11th Science for Govt. Exams (UPSC and SSC)
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In this lesson, Dr. Roman Saini will discuss the MCQs related to various topics in General Science from Class 11 Science NCERT.

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Sir please explain basic concepts by chapter wise atleast 2 to 5 minutes before every MCQ started. It is better MCQ should be chapter wise so that student feel that he covered entire NCERT syllabus. Thank you sir.
Q 39 option D is also correct...please confirm sir
Himanginee Saha
2 years ago
Yes it's correct
Mrunal Kulkarni
2 years ago
Yes, even I think so that option D can be correct because a nucleoside consists of a nitrogenous base and 5-C sugar . Whereas nucleotide consists of an additional phosphate group. However nucleoside does contain amino -nitrogenous base which forms nucleoside like adenosine, thymidine , uridine etc
Great,Nice..It's cover basics and very handy to revised... Sir,Plz so cover chemistry part environmental chemistry also
please check question 48 bro... in meiosis parent cell divide into 4 daughter cells...sooo
  1. Biology MCOs Based on Class XI NCERT


  2. 31. The respiratory system in a cockroach is made up of? Micro lungs b Gills Trachea o It does not have a respiratory system


  3. Solution: c Explanation: Insect's respiratory system is made up of trachea.


  4. 32. Frogs can live in Land 2 River 3. Sea Choose the correct option: a 1 and 2 b 2 and 3 1 only All of these d)


  5. Solution: a Explanation: Frogs are amphibians. They can live in land and freshwater. They cannot live in saline water.


  6. 33. Frog drinks water through a Osmosis b Diffusion o Filtration d) None of these


  7. a Solution: b Explanation: Frog takes water through the skin by the process of diffusion.


  8. 34. What is the difference between an onion cell and the cell of your cheek? a Onion cell has nucleus while the cheek cell doesn't. a) Cheek cell has nucleus while the onion cell doesn't. o Cheek cell has DNA while the onion cell doesn't. Onion cell has cell wall but the cheek cell doesn't.


  9. Solution: d Explanation: nucleus and DNA. But plant cells have cell wall of cellulose which a Onion cell is a plant cell. Cheek cell is an animal cell. Both have animal cells do not have.


  10. 35. Which of the following is correct? . Cels f all ing organisms have a nucleus. b Both animal and plant cells have a well defined cell wall. Cells of all living organisms have a nucleus. In prokaryotes, there are no membrane bound organelles Cells are formed from de novo from the abiotic materials d)


  11. . Solution: C Explanation: Membrane-bound organelles are organelles surrounded by a double membrane. Nucleus, mitochondria, chloroplasts, etc., are examples of such organelles. These cell organelles are absent from prokaryotes. Only eukaryotic cells have nuclei. They are absent from prokaryotes. Cell walls are only present in plant cells. They are absent from all animal cells. All cells arise from pre-existing cells o


  12. 36. Which of the following is false? a Mitochondria are double- membrane-bound structures. ) They are the sites for ATP-generating chemical reactions. e The mitochondria are the sites for anaerobic respiration. o They have their own DNA and ribosomes


  13. 37. Which of the following statement is false? a Chloroplast trap solar energy and utilize it to make ATP molecules. b) They are involved in the process of photosynthesis. o They contain the enzymes required for the synthesis of carbohydrates and proteins. None of these. d)


  14. o Solution: a Explanation Chloroplast produce food for the plants but not ATP ATP is Adenosine Triphosphate which provide energy to cells : o e


  15. . Solution: d . Alplanation:ncions cel i @Doing Explanation: All are the functions of cell in a living body.


  16. a Solution: c Explanation Amino acids can be basic, acidic, and neutral. Adenosine, thymidine and Uridine are called nucleotides. Lipids are fatty acids. They are water insoluble.


  17. 40. Consider the following statements. Cellulose is a polymer. e of energy in animals. a Polysaccharides are carbohydrates 3. Glycogen is the storehouse of energy in plants. Which of the above is/are true? 1 and2 b 2, 3 and 4 1 and 3 All of these


  18. a Solution: c o Explanation: Explanatiorn Starch is storehouse of energy in plants while glycogen stores energy in animals.


  19. 41. Consider the following statements: a Nucleotides are the building blocks of nucleic acids. Nucleotides have phosphate in their molecule. DNA and RNA are nucleic acids having ribose and deoxyribose respectively. Which of the above is/are true? a 1 and 2 b 2 and 3 1 only o 1, 2 and 3


  20. o Solution: d Self explaantory


  21. Solution: c Monosaccharide is a carbohydrate. Peptide bond is found in proteins. Nucleic acids have proteins in them too.


  22. o Solution: d o Self explanatory


  23. o Solution: a Self explaantory


  24. 46. Glycosidic bond is found in? a) Polysaccharides Monosaccharides b) Amino acids d DNA


  25. o Solution: d Explanation: Cell division phases of Mitosis is divided into prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase.


  26. a Solution b Explanation: During meiosis, a cell divides into four daughter cells called gametes that are used during sexual reproduction. A cell grows larger during interphase, then goes through multiple other steps, such as prophase and metaphase before finally dividing into four gametes.


  27. 50. Porins are? a) Bacteria b Protein o Virus ) Plants


  28. , Solution: b Explanation: Porins are proteins that are located in the outer membrane of Gram- negative bacteria . They function to form a water-filled pore through the membrane, from the exterior to the periplasm , which is a region located between the outer and inner membranes.


  29. 51. Why pure water has the maximum water potential? a Because pure water contains ions b) Because pure water has the highest concentration of water molecules. Because pure water is the natural water d) None of these


  30. 56. Gastric juice contains a) Pepsin, lipase and rennin Trypsin, lipase and rennin Trypsin, pepsin and lipase o Trypsin , pepsin and renin


  31. o Solution: a Explanation Viruses do not have the capacity to survive on their own and need a living host for survival Viruses cannot grow in synthetic medium. They need a biological host into which they can transfer their DNA and replicate. o Viruses can transfer not just through biological vectors but soil, air, water etc.


  32. Solution: d Explanation Aflatoxins are produced by many species of a fungus called, . Aspergillus. Fungus is a type of mould. a


  33. 60. From the point of view of evolution of living organisms, which one of the following is the correct sequence of evolution? ) Otter Tortoise Shark Shark Tortoise- Otter o Tortoise Shark Otter d) Shark- Otter - Tortoise


  34. o Solution: b Evolution of shark was in Silurian period about 450 million years ago. The first purple turtles are believed to have existed in the early Triassic period of the Mesozoic era, about 220 million years ago. The sea otter came just 5 million years ago.