NEET MOCK TEST 5 BY AWANTIKA GUPTA MBBS Notes | EduRev

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Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about nitrogen? 
1. Plants competes with microbes for limited 
nitrogen present in soil. 
2. Nitrogen is a limiting nutrient for both 
natural and agricultural ecosystems. 
3. During nitrification chemihetrotrophic 
bacteria play very important role. 
4. Bacteria such as Pseudomonas and 
Thiobacillus can produce nitrogen gas from 
nitrate. 
2. How many of the following statement 
is/are correct? 
(1) Both Rhizobium and Frankia are free 
living in soil and can fix N
2
 only under 
symbiotic condition. 
(2) Root nodules can be best observed 
before flowering. 
(3) Formation of root nodule takes place as 
a result of division of pericycle cell. 
(4) When Rhizobium is free living it is 
aerobic but when it is symbiont it becomes 
anaerobic to protect Mo-Fe protein. cortical 
and 
Options: 
1. 4 
2. 3 
3. 2 
4. 1 
3. How many of the following statement is 
correct about fate of ammonia is plants? 
(1)   At physiological pH NH 3 is protonated 
to form NH 4 which cannot be stored as it is 
toxic. 
(2)   Most plants can assimilate 
NH 4
+
 as well as NO
3
-
 
(3)   Assimilation of ammonia can 
take place by reductive amination as 
well as transamination. 
(4)   Transport of fixed nitrogen in 
form of amides and ureides take 
place via xylem vessel. 
Options : 
1.   4                                            2.   3 
3.   2                                            4.   1 
4. Find odd one out with respect to Melvin 
Calvin 
1. He was professor of chemistry. 
2. Calving along with J.A.Bassham studied 
fixation of carbon in plants. 
3. He proposed that plant can convert light 
energy into chemical energy by transferring 
electrons in an organized array of pigment 
molecules and other substance. 
4. He discouraged use of radioactivity for 
human welfare. 
5.  Half-leaf experiment, where a part of leaf 
is enclosed in a test tube containing KOH is 
performed to show that 
1. H 2O is required for photosynthesis 
2. CO 2 is required for photosynthesis 
3. Light is required for photosynthesis 
4. H 2O is source of O 2 released during 
photosynthesis 
 
 
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Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about nitrogen? 
1. Plants competes with microbes for limited 
nitrogen present in soil. 
2. Nitrogen is a limiting nutrient for both 
natural and agricultural ecosystems. 
3. During nitrification chemihetrotrophic 
bacteria play very important role. 
4. Bacteria such as Pseudomonas and 
Thiobacillus can produce nitrogen gas from 
nitrate. 
2. How many of the following statement 
is/are correct? 
(1) Both Rhizobium and Frankia are free 
living in soil and can fix N
2
 only under 
symbiotic condition. 
(2) Root nodules can be best observed 
before flowering. 
(3) Formation of root nodule takes place as 
a result of division of pericycle cell. 
(4) When Rhizobium is free living it is 
aerobic but when it is symbiont it becomes 
anaerobic to protect Mo-Fe protein. cortical 
and 
Options: 
1. 4 
2. 3 
3. 2 
4. 1 
3. How many of the following statement is 
correct about fate of ammonia is plants? 
(1)   At physiological pH NH 3 is protonated 
to form NH 4 which cannot be stored as it is 
toxic. 
(2)   Most plants can assimilate 
NH 4
+
 as well as NO
3
-
 
(3)   Assimilation of ammonia can 
take place by reductive amination as 
well as transamination. 
(4)   Transport of fixed nitrogen in 
form of amides and ureides take 
place via xylem vessel. 
Options : 
1.   4                                            2.   3 
3.   2                                            4.   1 
4. Find odd one out with respect to Melvin 
Calvin 
1. He was professor of chemistry. 
2. Calving along with J.A.Bassham studied 
fixation of carbon in plants. 
3. He proposed that plant can convert light 
energy into chemical energy by transferring 
electrons in an organized array of pigment 
molecules and other substance. 
4. He discouraged use of radioactivity for 
human welfare. 
5.  Half-leaf experiment, where a part of leaf 
is enclosed in a test tube containing KOH is 
performed to show that 
1. H 2O is required for photosynthesis 
2. CO 2 is required for photosynthesis 
3. Light is required for photosynthesis 
4. H 2O is source of O 2 released during 
photosynthesis 
 
 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
6. Match the following: 
  Scientists   Work 
(I) 
Julius van 
sachs 
(A) 
Only green 
part of plant 
could release 
oxygen. 
(II) 
T.W.Engelma
nn 
(B) 
Inferred that 
the O 2 evolved 
during 
photosynthesis 
comes from 
H 2O 
(III) Van Niel (C) 
First action 
spectrum in 
terms of 
O 2 evolution. 
(IV) Ingenhousz (D) 
Provided 
evidence for 
production of 
glucose. 
 
Options: 
        I         II        III       IV 
1.    D         C         B         A 
2.    D         A         B         C 
3.    D         B         A         C 
4.    D         B         C         A 
 
 
 
7. Study the graph given below and find out 
wrong statement 
 
1. A – chlorophyll b, B – Carotenoids, C – 
Xanthophyll 
2. A – Yellow green, B – Yellow to yellow 
orange, C – bright or blue green 
3. A – Major pigment, B – Accessory 
pigment, C – Protective pigment 
4. A – Accessory pigment, B – 
Photoproteition, C - Major pigment 
 
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Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about nitrogen? 
1. Plants competes with microbes for limited 
nitrogen present in soil. 
2. Nitrogen is a limiting nutrient for both 
natural and agricultural ecosystems. 
3. During nitrification chemihetrotrophic 
bacteria play very important role. 
4. Bacteria such as Pseudomonas and 
Thiobacillus can produce nitrogen gas from 
nitrate. 
2. How many of the following statement 
is/are correct? 
(1) Both Rhizobium and Frankia are free 
living in soil and can fix N
2
 only under 
symbiotic condition. 
(2) Root nodules can be best observed 
before flowering. 
(3) Formation of root nodule takes place as 
a result of division of pericycle cell. 
(4) When Rhizobium is free living it is 
aerobic but when it is symbiont it becomes 
anaerobic to protect Mo-Fe protein. cortical 
and 
Options: 
1. 4 
2. 3 
3. 2 
4. 1 
3. How many of the following statement is 
correct about fate of ammonia is plants? 
(1)   At physiological pH NH 3 is protonated 
to form NH 4 which cannot be stored as it is 
toxic. 
(2)   Most plants can assimilate 
NH 4
+
 as well as NO
3
-
 
(3)   Assimilation of ammonia can 
take place by reductive amination as 
well as transamination. 
(4)   Transport of fixed nitrogen in 
form of amides and ureides take 
place via xylem vessel. 
Options : 
1.   4                                            2.   3 
3.   2                                            4.   1 
4. Find odd one out with respect to Melvin 
Calvin 
1. He was professor of chemistry. 
2. Calving along with J.A.Bassham studied 
fixation of carbon in plants. 
3. He proposed that plant can convert light 
energy into chemical energy by transferring 
electrons in an organized array of pigment 
molecules and other substance. 
4. He discouraged use of radioactivity for 
human welfare. 
5.  Half-leaf experiment, where a part of leaf 
is enclosed in a test tube containing KOH is 
performed to show that 
1. H 2O is required for photosynthesis 
2. CO 2 is required for photosynthesis 
3. Light is required for photosynthesis 
4. H 2O is source of O 2 released during 
photosynthesis 
 
 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
6. Match the following: 
  Scientists   Work 
(I) 
Julius van 
sachs 
(A) 
Only green 
part of plant 
could release 
oxygen. 
(II) 
T.W.Engelma
nn 
(B) 
Inferred that 
the O 2 evolved 
during 
photosynthesis 
comes from 
H 2O 
(III) Van Niel (C) 
First action 
spectrum in 
terms of 
O 2 evolution. 
(IV) Ingenhousz (D) 
Provided 
evidence for 
production of 
glucose. 
 
Options: 
        I         II        III       IV 
1.    D         C         B         A 
2.    D         A         B         C 
3.    D         B         A         C 
4.    D         B         C         A 
 
 
 
7. Study the graph given below and find out 
wrong statement 
 
1. A – chlorophyll b, B – Carotenoids, C – 
Xanthophyll 
2. A – Yellow green, B – Yellow to yellow 
orange, C – bright or blue green 
3. A – Major pigment, B – Accessory 
pigment, C – Protective pigment 
4. A – Accessory pigment, B – 
Photoproteition, C - Major pigment 
 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
8. Light reactions or the photochemical 
phase consists of all except: 
1. Absorption of light                                
2. Splitting of H 2O and release of O 2 
3.  Formation of ATP and NADPH              
4. Movement of Proton 
9. During electron transport in 
photosynthesis, when both PS – I and PS – II 
is involved, there is formation of 
characteristic Z-shape. This shape forms 
when? 
1. All the carriers are placed in a sequence 
on a redox potential scale. 
2. All the carrier are arranged randomly. 
3. Electron from two different source gets 
excited simultaneously. 
4. Both (a) and (c) are correct 
10. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about light reaction of 
photosynthesis? 
1. Water splitting complex is associated PS – 
II, physically located on the inner side of 
membrane of the thylakoid. 
2. Cyclic-photophosphorylation takes place 
in stoma lamellae or when light of 
wavelength beyond 680 nm is only source 
of light. 
3. Stroma lamellae membranes laces PS – II 
and NADP reductase enzyme. 
4. The LHC consists of hundreds of pigment 
molecule bound to lipids. 
11. During non-cyclic photophosphorylation 
there is transfer of electron from one 
complex to another. Which of the following 
statement is not correct? 
1. Initial electron is excited from reaction 
centre. 
2. The removed electron from reaction 
centre is replenished by splitting of H 2O. 
3. Electron removed from photosystem – I is 
provided by photosystem – II 
4. During this process electron moves in 
circular pathway. 
12. How many of the following is required 
for chemiosmosis? 
(1)   A membrane           
(2)   A proton pump 
(3)   A proton gradient                      
(4)   ATPase 
Options: 
1.   All                                      
2.  (1), (2) and (3) 
3.   (1), (2) and (4)        
4.   (1) and (2) only  
13. Although concentration of CO 2 is 
increased but there is no increase in rate of 
photosynthesis reason could be (for both 
C 3 and C 4 plants) 
1. Low light intensity                          
2. Water stress 
3. High internal CO 2 concentration      
4.  Both (1) and (2) 
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Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about nitrogen? 
1. Plants competes with microbes for limited 
nitrogen present in soil. 
2. Nitrogen is a limiting nutrient for both 
natural and agricultural ecosystems. 
3. During nitrification chemihetrotrophic 
bacteria play very important role. 
4. Bacteria such as Pseudomonas and 
Thiobacillus can produce nitrogen gas from 
nitrate. 
2. How many of the following statement 
is/are correct? 
(1) Both Rhizobium and Frankia are free 
living in soil and can fix N
2
 only under 
symbiotic condition. 
(2) Root nodules can be best observed 
before flowering. 
(3) Formation of root nodule takes place as 
a result of division of pericycle cell. 
(4) When Rhizobium is free living it is 
aerobic but when it is symbiont it becomes 
anaerobic to protect Mo-Fe protein. cortical 
and 
Options: 
1. 4 
2. 3 
3. 2 
4. 1 
3. How many of the following statement is 
correct about fate of ammonia is plants? 
(1)   At physiological pH NH 3 is protonated 
to form NH 4 which cannot be stored as it is 
toxic. 
(2)   Most plants can assimilate 
NH 4
+
 as well as NO
3
-
 
(3)   Assimilation of ammonia can 
take place by reductive amination as 
well as transamination. 
(4)   Transport of fixed nitrogen in 
form of amides and ureides take 
place via xylem vessel. 
Options : 
1.   4                                            2.   3 
3.   2                                            4.   1 
4. Find odd one out with respect to Melvin 
Calvin 
1. He was professor of chemistry. 
2. Calving along with J.A.Bassham studied 
fixation of carbon in plants. 
3. He proposed that plant can convert light 
energy into chemical energy by transferring 
electrons in an organized array of pigment 
molecules and other substance. 
4. He discouraged use of radioactivity for 
human welfare. 
5.  Half-leaf experiment, where a part of leaf 
is enclosed in a test tube containing KOH is 
performed to show that 
1. H 2O is required for photosynthesis 
2. CO 2 is required for photosynthesis 
3. Light is required for photosynthesis 
4. H 2O is source of O 2 released during 
photosynthesis 
 
 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
6. Match the following: 
  Scientists   Work 
(I) 
Julius van 
sachs 
(A) 
Only green 
part of plant 
could release 
oxygen. 
(II) 
T.W.Engelma
nn 
(B) 
Inferred that 
the O 2 evolved 
during 
photosynthesis 
comes from 
H 2O 
(III) Van Niel (C) 
First action 
spectrum in 
terms of 
O 2 evolution. 
(IV) Ingenhousz (D) 
Provided 
evidence for 
production of 
glucose. 
 
Options: 
        I         II        III       IV 
1.    D         C         B         A 
2.    D         A         B         C 
3.    D         B         A         C 
4.    D         B         C         A 
 
 
 
7. Study the graph given below and find out 
wrong statement 
 
1. A – chlorophyll b, B – Carotenoids, C – 
Xanthophyll 
2. A – Yellow green, B – Yellow to yellow 
orange, C – bright or blue green 
3. A – Major pigment, B – Accessory 
pigment, C – Protective pigment 
4. A – Accessory pigment, B – 
Photoproteition, C - Major pigment 
 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
8. Light reactions or the photochemical 
phase consists of all except: 
1. Absorption of light                                
2. Splitting of H 2O and release of O 2 
3.  Formation of ATP and NADPH              
4. Movement of Proton 
9. During electron transport in 
photosynthesis, when both PS – I and PS – II 
is involved, there is formation of 
characteristic Z-shape. This shape forms 
when? 
1. All the carriers are placed in a sequence 
on a redox potential scale. 
2. All the carrier are arranged randomly. 
3. Electron from two different source gets 
excited simultaneously. 
4. Both (a) and (c) are correct 
10. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about light reaction of 
photosynthesis? 
1. Water splitting complex is associated PS – 
II, physically located on the inner side of 
membrane of the thylakoid. 
2. Cyclic-photophosphorylation takes place 
in stoma lamellae or when light of 
wavelength beyond 680 nm is only source 
of light. 
3. Stroma lamellae membranes laces PS – II 
and NADP reductase enzyme. 
4. The LHC consists of hundreds of pigment 
molecule bound to lipids. 
11. During non-cyclic photophosphorylation 
there is transfer of electron from one 
complex to another. Which of the following 
statement is not correct? 
1. Initial electron is excited from reaction 
centre. 
2. The removed electron from reaction 
centre is replenished by splitting of H 2O. 
3. Electron removed from photosystem – I is 
provided by photosystem – II 
4. During this process electron moves in 
circular pathway. 
12. How many of the following is required 
for chemiosmosis? 
(1)   A membrane           
(2)   A proton pump 
(3)   A proton gradient                      
(4)   ATPase 
Options: 
1.   All                                      
2.  (1), (2) and (3) 
3.   (1), (2) and (4)        
4.   (1) and (2) only  
13. Although concentration of CO 2 is 
increased but there is no increase in rate of 
photosynthesis reason could be (for both 
C 3 and C 4 plants) 
1. Low light intensity                          
2. Water stress 
3. High internal CO 2 concentration      
4.  Both (1) and (2) 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
14. The universal site of respiration in all the 
living organism is 
1. Plasma membrane  
2. Cytoplasm 
3. Mitochondria  
4. Chloroplast 
15. How many of the following statement is 
correct for glycolysis? 
(1) It is the only process of respiration in 
aerobic respiration. 
(2) During glycolysis there is partial 
oxidation of glucose to form one molecule 
of pyruvic acid. 
(3) In glycolysis, there are ten enzyme 
catalyzed steps. 
(4) When PGAL is converted into BPGA, two 
redox equivalents are removed. 
Options : 
1. 4  
2. 3 
3. 2  
4. 1 
16. Which of the following statement is not 
correct? 
1. Pyruvic acid produced as a result of 
glycolysis can be handled in three different 
ways. 
2. As a result of fermentation less than 7% 
of energy is released, which is stored in 
glucose. 
3. During alcoholic fermentation death of 
yeast takes place when alcohol 
concentration reaches 13%. 
4. Enzyme pyruvic acid dehydrogenase and 
alcohol decarboxylase is involved in 
fermentation. 
17. The complete oxidation of pyruvate by 
the stepwise removal of the all hydrogen 
atoms, leaving three molecules of CO 2, takes 
place in? 
1. Mitochondrial matrix 
2.  Inner mitochondrial membrane 
3.  Inter membrane space of mitochondria 
4.  Outer mitochondrial membrane 
18. How many of the following statements 
are correct for TCA cycle? 
(1)   At first step condensation of acetyl 
group with OAA and H 2O takes place. 
(2)   Isocitrate undergoes two successive 
decarboxylation leading to formation of a-
ketoglutaric acid and then succinyl – CoA 
(3)   Substrate level phosphorylation takes 
place when succinyl CoA get converted into 
fumaric acid. 
(4)   In single turn TCA produces 6-NADH, 2-
FADH and 2-GTP. 
Options: 
1. 4                                    2.  3   
3.  2                                   4.  1 
19. Find out odd statement about electron 
transport system. 
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Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about nitrogen? 
1. Plants competes with microbes for limited 
nitrogen present in soil. 
2. Nitrogen is a limiting nutrient for both 
natural and agricultural ecosystems. 
3. During nitrification chemihetrotrophic 
bacteria play very important role. 
4. Bacteria such as Pseudomonas and 
Thiobacillus can produce nitrogen gas from 
nitrate. 
2. How many of the following statement 
is/are correct? 
(1) Both Rhizobium and Frankia are free 
living in soil and can fix N
2
 only under 
symbiotic condition. 
(2) Root nodules can be best observed 
before flowering. 
(3) Formation of root nodule takes place as 
a result of division of pericycle cell. 
(4) When Rhizobium is free living it is 
aerobic but when it is symbiont it becomes 
anaerobic to protect Mo-Fe protein. cortical 
and 
Options: 
1. 4 
2. 3 
3. 2 
4. 1 
3. How many of the following statement is 
correct about fate of ammonia is plants? 
(1)   At physiological pH NH 3 is protonated 
to form NH 4 which cannot be stored as it is 
toxic. 
(2)   Most plants can assimilate 
NH 4
+
 as well as NO
3
-
 
(3)   Assimilation of ammonia can 
take place by reductive amination as 
well as transamination. 
(4)   Transport of fixed nitrogen in 
form of amides and ureides take 
place via xylem vessel. 
Options : 
1.   4                                            2.   3 
3.   2                                            4.   1 
4. Find odd one out with respect to Melvin 
Calvin 
1. He was professor of chemistry. 
2. Calving along with J.A.Bassham studied 
fixation of carbon in plants. 
3. He proposed that plant can convert light 
energy into chemical energy by transferring 
electrons in an organized array of pigment 
molecules and other substance. 
4. He discouraged use of radioactivity for 
human welfare. 
5.  Half-leaf experiment, where a part of leaf 
is enclosed in a test tube containing KOH is 
performed to show that 
1. H 2O is required for photosynthesis 
2. CO 2 is required for photosynthesis 
3. Light is required for photosynthesis 
4. H 2O is source of O 2 released during 
photosynthesis 
 
 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
6. Match the following: 
  Scientists   Work 
(I) 
Julius van 
sachs 
(A) 
Only green 
part of plant 
could release 
oxygen. 
(II) 
T.W.Engelma
nn 
(B) 
Inferred that 
the O 2 evolved 
during 
photosynthesis 
comes from 
H 2O 
(III) Van Niel (C) 
First action 
spectrum in 
terms of 
O 2 evolution. 
(IV) Ingenhousz (D) 
Provided 
evidence for 
production of 
glucose. 
 
Options: 
        I         II        III       IV 
1.    D         C         B         A 
2.    D         A         B         C 
3.    D         B         A         C 
4.    D         B         C         A 
 
 
 
7. Study the graph given below and find out 
wrong statement 
 
1. A – chlorophyll b, B – Carotenoids, C – 
Xanthophyll 
2. A – Yellow green, B – Yellow to yellow 
orange, C – bright or blue green 
3. A – Major pigment, B – Accessory 
pigment, C – Protective pigment 
4. A – Accessory pigment, B – 
Photoproteition, C - Major pigment 
 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
8. Light reactions or the photochemical 
phase consists of all except: 
1. Absorption of light                                
2. Splitting of H 2O and release of O 2 
3.  Formation of ATP and NADPH              
4. Movement of Proton 
9. During electron transport in 
photosynthesis, when both PS – I and PS – II 
is involved, there is formation of 
characteristic Z-shape. This shape forms 
when? 
1. All the carriers are placed in a sequence 
on a redox potential scale. 
2. All the carrier are arranged randomly. 
3. Electron from two different source gets 
excited simultaneously. 
4. Both (a) and (c) are correct 
10. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about light reaction of 
photosynthesis? 
1. Water splitting complex is associated PS – 
II, physically located on the inner side of 
membrane of the thylakoid. 
2. Cyclic-photophosphorylation takes place 
in stoma lamellae or when light of 
wavelength beyond 680 nm is only source 
of light. 
3. Stroma lamellae membranes laces PS – II 
and NADP reductase enzyme. 
4. The LHC consists of hundreds of pigment 
molecule bound to lipids. 
11. During non-cyclic photophosphorylation 
there is transfer of electron from one 
complex to another. Which of the following 
statement is not correct? 
1. Initial electron is excited from reaction 
centre. 
2. The removed electron from reaction 
centre is replenished by splitting of H 2O. 
3. Electron removed from photosystem – I is 
provided by photosystem – II 
4. During this process electron moves in 
circular pathway. 
12. How many of the following is required 
for chemiosmosis? 
(1)   A membrane           
(2)   A proton pump 
(3)   A proton gradient                      
(4)   ATPase 
Options: 
1.   All                                      
2.  (1), (2) and (3) 
3.   (1), (2) and (4)        
4.   (1) and (2) only  
13. Although concentration of CO 2 is 
increased but there is no increase in rate of 
photosynthesis reason could be (for both 
C 3 and C 4 plants) 
1. Low light intensity                          
2. Water stress 
3. High internal CO 2 concentration      
4.  Both (1) and (2) 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
14. The universal site of respiration in all the 
living organism is 
1. Plasma membrane  
2. Cytoplasm 
3. Mitochondria  
4. Chloroplast 
15. How many of the following statement is 
correct for glycolysis? 
(1) It is the only process of respiration in 
aerobic respiration. 
(2) During glycolysis there is partial 
oxidation of glucose to form one molecule 
of pyruvic acid. 
(3) In glycolysis, there are ten enzyme 
catalyzed steps. 
(4) When PGAL is converted into BPGA, two 
redox equivalents are removed. 
Options : 
1. 4  
2. 3 
3. 2  
4. 1 
16. Which of the following statement is not 
correct? 
1. Pyruvic acid produced as a result of 
glycolysis can be handled in three different 
ways. 
2. As a result of fermentation less than 7% 
of energy is released, which is stored in 
glucose. 
3. During alcoholic fermentation death of 
yeast takes place when alcohol 
concentration reaches 13%. 
4. Enzyme pyruvic acid dehydrogenase and 
alcohol decarboxylase is involved in 
fermentation. 
17. The complete oxidation of pyruvate by 
the stepwise removal of the all hydrogen 
atoms, leaving three molecules of CO 2, takes 
place in? 
1. Mitochondrial matrix 
2.  Inner mitochondrial membrane 
3.  Inter membrane space of mitochondria 
4.  Outer mitochondrial membrane 
18. How many of the following statements 
are correct for TCA cycle? 
(1)   At first step condensation of acetyl 
group with OAA and H 2O takes place. 
(2)   Isocitrate undergoes two successive 
decarboxylation leading to formation of a-
ketoglutaric acid and then succinyl – CoA 
(3)   Substrate level phosphorylation takes 
place when succinyl CoA get converted into 
fumaric acid. 
(4)   In single turn TCA produces 6-NADH, 2-
FADH and 2-GTP. 
Options: 
1. 4                                    2.  3   
3.  2                                   4.  1 
19. Find out odd statement about electron 
transport system. 
Test # 5 (NEETprep Test Series) 
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1. It is located in inner mitochondrial 
membrane and consists of four different 
complexes. 
2.  During this process two mobile carrier 
that are UQ and Cyt c. 
3.  Cyt a – a 3 contains two copper centers 
and acts as terminal acceptor of electron. 
4. O 2 acts as a final hydrogen acceptor. 
20. What could be the possible reasons for 
production of less than 36-ATP during 
aerobic respiration of glucose? 
1.  pathway was not sequential 
2.  Cytoplasmic NADH was not transferred 
to mitochondria 
3.  Some of the intermediate of pathway was 
utilized 
4.  Respiratory substrate was other than 
glucose 
Options: 
1. 1, 2, 3 and 4                             
2.  2.  1, 2 and 3 
3. 3.  2, 3 and 4                                  
4. 4.  1, 3 and 4 
21. After degradation by protease proteins 
enter into aerobic pathway at which of the 
following stage? 
1. Some stage within Krebs cycle 
2. As pyruvate 
3. As acetyl CoA 
4. All the above 
 
22. Which of the following statement is 
incorrect? 
1. RQ value provided information about 
nature of respiratory substrate. 
2. RQ value of carbohydrate = 1, Fat = 0.7 
and that of protein = 0.9. 
3. In living organism respiratory substrate is 
often more than one. 
4. Generally pure protein and pure fat is 
used as a respiratory substrate 
23. The form of growth in which new cells 
are continuously added is known as 
1. Diffuse form of growth                        
2. Open form of growth 
3. Continuous form of growth                  
4.  Ring form of growth 
24. Which of the following is not the 
characteristics of cells present in 
meristematic phase 
1. Cells densely protoplasmic with large 
nucleus 
2. Cell wall thin and cellulosic 
3. Increased amount of vacuolation 
4. Presence of abundant plasmodesmatal 
connections 
25. The exponential growth can be 
expressed as w 1 = w 0e
rt
, where r is? 
1. Ability of plant to produce new plant 
material 
2. Efficiency index                                     
3.  Growth rate 
4.  All of these 
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