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AIIMS, NEET, Pre-Medical : Respiration in plants (MCQs- Set 3)
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MCQs on Respiration in Plants

Dr Praveen Kumar Agrawal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Dr Praveen Kumar Agrawal
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  1. Respiration in Plants Practice MCQs from this chapter SET 3 Dr. P K Agrawal M.Sc, Ph.D, NET (URF), SRF, GATE, FIAZ Youtube Channel with over 1 million views Over 20 Yrs. Experience in training Premedical aspirants University Professor Ex- Faculty, Allen Career Institute, Kota


  2. Question 1 An alternate route for the oxidation of carbohydrates which is as efficient as Krebs cycle? a. Beta oxidation c. Glycolysis d. Alpha oxidation


  3. Question 2 The site for Pentose phosphate Pathways and beta oxidation is a. Cytoplasm, Mitochondria b. Mitochondria, Cytoplasm c. Golgi body. Mitochondria d. Cytoplasm and Golgi body


  4. Question 3 Number of energy rich bonds in ATP molecule is a. 2 b. 3 c. 1 d. none of these


  5. Question 4 Electron transport system uses a. A proton gradient b. Electron transfer c. Chemiosmosis d. All these


  6. Question 5 Plants, can convert fatty acids to sugars by a series of reactions known as the a. Glycolysis b. Glyoxylate cycle c. Photosynthesis d. Krebs cycle


  7. Question 6 Chemiosmosis in respiratory chain explains the a. Formation of ATP due to proton gradient b. Movement of electrons in the chain c. terminal reaction to produce water d. all these


  8. Question 7 In a typical bacterium, the site for electron transport system to generate ATP is a. Inner mitochondrial membrane b. Cytoplasm C. In-foldings of plasma membrane d. matrix of mitochondria


  9. Question 8 Hexose monophosphate shunt is a. A set of reactions that bypasses the glycolytic and Krebs cycle routes for glucose oxidation in the cell b. Conversion of glucose into pyruvic acid c. Sum of all chemical transformations d. rocess by which new products are synthesized


  10. Question 9 In oxidation of one molecule of glucose during respiration, 36 molecules of ATP are liberated as follows a. 2 ATP molecules outside the mitochondria and 34 ATP molecules inside the mitochondria b. All the 36 ATP molecules inside the mitochondria c. 2 ATP molecules during glycolysis and 34 ATP molecules during Krebs cycle d. 8 ATP molecules during glycolysis and 30 ATP molecules during respiratory chain


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