MCQ (Practice) - Practice Cell Respiration (Level 1)


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QUESTION: 1

What is the importance of respiration in organisms ?

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Energy obtained by a cell from catabolic reaction is stored immediatlety in the form of-

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Which component of ETS is mobile, e  carrier ?

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Which of the following is the source of respiration ?

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R.Q. is less than one at the time of respiration of -

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QUESTION: 6

Number ATP produced from one pyruvic acid during conversion to actyl Co-A-

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QUESTION: 7

In succulent plants R.Q. is less than one because of

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QUESTION: 8

The link between Glycolysis and Krebs cycle is

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QUESTION: 9

Aerobic respiration of glucose produces energy -

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QUESTION: 10

Succinyl Co-A is related to -

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QUESTION: 11

According to chemisomotic theory of P.Mitchell (1978), ATPs are synthesised on membrance due to the -

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QUESTION: 12

A reducton of NADP to NADPH2 is associted with-

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QUESTION: 13

Cut surface of fruit and vgetable often become dark because -

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QUESTION: 14

An example of competitive inhibition of an enzyme is the inhibition of :

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QUESTION: 15

In hexose monophosphate shunt the number of CO2 molecules evolved is-

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QUESTION: 16

Conversion of pyuvic acid into ethyl alcohol is mediated by -

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QUESTION: 17

The commonest living, which can respire in the absence of O2 is -

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QUESTION: 18

The formation of Acetyl Co-A from pyuvic acid is the result of its -

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QUESTION: 19

Which of the following is link between carbohydrate and fat metabolism ?

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QUESTION: 20

Pyruvate dehydrogenase complex is used in converting-

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QUESTION: 21

The first compound of TCA cycle is -

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QUESTION: 22

End product of glycolysis is-

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QUESTION: 23

First reaction in pentose phosphate pathway is -

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QUESTION: 24

Oxidation of one molecule of glucose in aerobic respiration result in the formation of-

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QUESTION: 25

In the electron transport chain during terminal oxidation, the cytochrome, which donated
electrons to O2 is ?

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QUESTION: 26

Number of oxygen atoms required for aerobic oxidation of one pyruvate-

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Alternate name of Krebs cycle is -

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QUESTION: 28

Respiration in plants

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QUESTION: 29

In plants energy is produced during the process of -

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QUESTION: 30

A very important feature of respiration is that

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QUESTION: 31

Complete oxidation of 1 gm mol of glucose gives rise to -

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The cell orgnelle in, which aerobic respiration occurs -

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For the purpose of respiration in plants

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The end products of respiration in plants are

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The incomplete breakdown of sugars in anaerobic respiration resulat in the formation of -

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QUESTION: 36

Carbon dioxide is liberated during -

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QUESTION: 37

Common immediate source of energy in cellular acticity is -

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QUESTION: 38

Energy obtined by a cell from catabolic reaction is stored immediataly in the form of

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QUESTION: 39

A.T.P. is

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QUESTION: 40

In anaerobic respiration seeds respirs -

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QUESTION: 41

The following is required both by the process of respiration and phtosynthesis -

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QUESTION: 42

The net gain of ATP molecules in glycolysis is -

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QUESTION: 43

Cytochromes are concerned with -

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QUESTION: 44

How is respiration affected on the basis of protoplasm activity ?

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QUESTION: 45

Number of every cytochrome molecule require for transfer of 2e in ETS :

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QUESTION: 46

Kreb’s cycle takes place in -

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QUESTION: 47

The respiration in germinating seeds produces energy, which can be delflected in the form of -

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QUESTION: 48

In respiration pyruvic acid is -

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Most of the energy of the carbohydrates is released by oxidation when -

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QUESTION: 50

Glycolysis takes place in -

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QUESTION: 51

The universal hydrogen acceptor is -

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QUESTION: 52

The end product of fermentation when sugar are used as raw materials are -

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Iron-porphyrin protein complex occurs in -

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Fermentation is conducted by

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QUESTION: 55

In the process of respiration in plants 180 gm of Glucose plus192 gm of oxygen produce -

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QUESTION: 56

Respiratory enzymes are localised in -

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Respiration is an -

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In Opuntia during night the R.Q. will be -

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End product of glycolysis is

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In glycolytic cycle, each molecule of glucose (a hexose sugar) is broken down in step wise biochemical reactions under enzymatic control into two molecules of pyruvic acids. It takes place is cytosol.

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Number of ATP molecules formed during aerobic respiration in break down of one glucose molecule via malate aspartate shuttle -

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QUESTION: 61

During respiration pyruvic acid is formed by -

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QUESTION: 62

Enzyme involved in alcoholic fermentation -

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QUESTION: 63

Kreb’s cycle is -

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QUESTION: 64

The organism in which kreb’s cycle does not occur in mitochondria is -

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QUESTION: 65

Citric acid is produced in

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QUESTION: 66

How many times CO2 released in aerobic respiration -

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QUESTION: 67

Raw material for respiration is -

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QUESTION: 68

Slow respiring plant or plants tissues are -

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QUESTION: 69

The tissue of highest respiratory activity is -

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QUESTION: 70

Respiratory quotient is expressed as -

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QUESTION: 71

What causes R.Q. to vary

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QUESTION: 72

The first preferred respiratory substrate is -

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QUESTION: 73

Respiration results into -

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QUESTION: 74

Respiration occurs in -

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QUESTION: 75

The value of RQ at compensation point is -

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QUESTION: 76

The value of RQ at compensation point is -

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QUESTION: 77

The value of RQ of starved cell is -

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QUESTION: 78

RQ of an activley phtosynthesizing tissue is-

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QUESTION: 79

R.Q. of germinating ground nut & castor seed is -

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QUESTION: 80

The value of RQ of a ripening fatty seed is-

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QUESTION: 81

When the evolution of CO2 is more than the intake of O2 the respired substrate should be-

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QUESTION: 82

The value of R.Q. of a succulent plant at night is -

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QUESTION: 83

Protoplasmic proteins are used as a respiratory substrate only when -

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QUESTION: 84

The term ‘’Protoplasmic respiratory’’ is used when the respiratory substrate is -

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QUESTION: 85

The term ‘’Floating respiration’’ is used when the respiratory substrate is -

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QUESTION: 86

Respiration may take place -

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QUESTION: 87

Apparatus used to measure respiratory quotient -

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QUESTION: 88

Glycolysis involves the conversion of -

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QUESTION: 89

The end product of glycolysis is -

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QUESTION: 90

The common phase between aerobic & anaerobic respiration is -

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QUESTION: 91

Which of the follwing scientist discovered the conventional path of glycolysis -

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