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AIIMS, NEET, Pre-Medical : Respiration in plants (MCQs Set 2)
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Mcqs on respiration in plants

Dr Praveen Kumar Agrawal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Dr Praveen Kumar Agrawal
Ex - Faculty, Allen Kota, 22 Yrs Experience. Author - 17 books Known for best explanation Youtube : biology by pkagrawal

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excellent mam god bless you
sir kya enzyme pe question aya hai aur ya aa sakta hai zaise pooch le in dono compound ke beech me kaun sa enzyme use hua
9/ 10 galat hua tha beta oxidation vaale question me
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Fawad khan
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  1. Respiration in Plants Practice MCQs from this chapter SET 2 Dr. P K Agrawal M.Sc, Ph.D, NET (URF), SRF, GATE, FIAZ Youtube Channel Over 20 Yrs. Experience in training Premedical aspirants University Professor Ex- Faculty, Allen Career Institute, Kota iversity Professor


  2. Question 1 Krebs cycle starts with the condensation of a. Acetyl Co A with Oxaloacetic acid b. Acetyl Co A with Malic acid c. Pyruvate with Oxaloacetic acid d. Acetyl CoA with Citric acid


  3. Question 2 The vitamin required for the decarboxylation of pyruvic acid is a. B1 b. B5 c. B2 d. K


  4. Question 3 Which of the following compounds first reacts with NADH+H+ during ETS? a. Cytochrome b. FMN proteins c. Fe-S proteins d. Oxygern


  5. Question 4 Terminal oxidation involves a. Water, electrons and CO. b. Oxygen, H+ ions only c. Oxygen and water only d. Oxygen, H+ ions and electrons


  6. Question 5 Number of ATP consumed in the conversion of glucose to fructose 1,6 bisphosphate a. 4 b. 2 c. d. 10


  7. Question 6 Sequence of cytochromes in ETS is a, b, c1, a, a3, c b. c1, c, a3, a, b C, b, C1, c, a, a3 d, a, a3, b, c1, c


  8. Question 7 Term beta oxidation is applicable for the conversion of into acetyl CoA a. Glycine b. Fatty acids c. Simple peptides d. Glycogern


  9. Question 8 The ratio of ATP forming capacity of NADH+H and FADH2 under aerobic conditions will be a. 1:2 b. 2:1 c. 3 1 d. 1.5 1


  10. Question 9 The molecule, which can be called as the 'central hub' of metabolism (respiration) is a. Glucose b. Pyruvic acid c. Acetyl coA d. Citric acid


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