- Disha publication has once again come up with another unique quality book which has been created for all medical aspirants, gearing up for medical entrances.
- This book consists of standardized MCQs as per current NCERT syllabus covering the entire syllabus of 11th and 12th standard.
- This book-cum-Question Bank spans through 38 chapters in the form of MCQs of multiple variety. MCQs have been prepared in the following types-
1. Facts & Definitions – simple MCQs, filler based etc.
|Q. Which one of the following is smallest living cell and can live without oxygen?(a) Mycoplasma(b) Mycorrhiza
2. Diagrams based MCQs
|68. Which one is the correct option for the labelled diagrams A, B, C and D?A B C D(a) A – Telocentric chromosome, B – Acrocentric chromosome,C – Submetacentric chromosome, D – Metacentric chromosome(b) A – Acrocentric chromosome, B – Telocentric chromosome,
C – Metacentrichromosome, D – Submetacentric chromosome
(c) A – Submetacentric chromosome, B – Metacentric chromosome,
C – Telocentric chromosome, D – Acrocentric chromosome
(d) A – Metacentric chromosome, B – Submetacentric chromosome,
C- Acrocentric chromosome, D – Telocentric chromosome.
3. Reasoning based MCQs
|79. Carbohydrates, the most abundant bimolecule on earth, are produced by(a) some bacteria, algae and green plant cells.(b) fungi, algae and green plant cells.
(c) all bacteria, fungi and algae.
(d) viruses, fungi and bacteria.
4. Matching based MCQs
|Match the following and choose the right optionColumn-I Column-IIA. Manganese I. Component of various enzymes and
participate in nitrogen metabolism.
B. Zinc II. Required for pollen germination and carbohydrate
C. Molybdenum III. Helps in splitting of water to liberate oxygen during photosynthesis
D. Boron IV. Needed in the synthesis of auxin
5. Statement Questions MCQs – with single and multiple answers.
|45. Pick out the correct statements(i) Cytokinins specially help in delaying senescence.(ii) Auxins are involved in regulating apical dominance.
(iii) Ethylene is especially useful in enhancing seed germination.
(iv) Gibberellins are responsible for immature falling of leaves.
Which of the above statements are correct-
(a) (i) and (iii) only (b) (i) and (iv) only
(c) (i) and (ii) only (d) (ii) and (iii) only
6. Chronological order MCQs
|53. The important step in the process of decomposition in order is(a) Catabolism ® Fragmentation ® Leaching ® Humification ® Mineralization(b) Catabolism ® Fragmentation ® Humification ® Leaching ® Mineralization
(c) Fragmentation ® Humification ® Catabolism ® Leaching ® Mineralization
(d) Fragmentation ® Leaching ® Catabolism ® Humification ® Mineralization
7. Statement 1/ Statement 2 or Assertion – Reason MCQs
|37. Statement 1: DNA is associated with proteins.Statement 2: DNA binds around histone proteins that form a pool and theentire structure is called a nucleosome.(a) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True, Statement-2 is acorrect explanation for Statement-1
(b) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True, Statement-2 is NOT a
correct explanation for Statement-1
(c) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False
(d) Both the statements are False
- These different types of MCQs will expose you to the various patterns of PMT exams. These MCQs will test your knowledge, understanding of concepts and their practical applications to solve even the toughest questions.
- Each chapter consists of MCQs of all above variety followed by explanations. The explanations have been provided for all typical MCQs that need conceptual clarity.
- Keeping NCERT syllabus in mind, the book will help students practice more efficiently.
- With this book, Disha aims to make a strong base for students to crack entrances including AIPMT, AIIMS, AFMC, BHU, AMU, JIPMER, Kerela PMT, Boards, PUC etc.
- This book assures complete syllabus coverage by means of questions for more or less, all significant concepts of biology.
- In nutshell this book will act as the BEST PRACTICE & REVISION MATERIAL for all PMT entrance exams.
- The book would also be very useful for other exams based on NCERT syllabus up to graduate level.
- A feature of the book is DETAILED EXPLANATION of each question, which incorporate answer to various other questions on the same issue. Let’s take the following example:
|Q. Carbohydrates, the most abundant bimolecule on earth, are produced by(a) some bacteria, algae and green plant cells.(b) fungi, algae and green plant cells.
(c) all bacteria, fungi and algae.
(d) viruses, fungi and bacteria
Sol. (a) Carbohydrates are organic compounds synthesized in the chlorophyll containing cells of some bacteria, algae and green plant cells, during photosynthesis. Certain photoautotrophic bacteria e.g. green sulphur bacteria and purple sulphur bacteria contain pigments like chlorobium chlorophyll and bacteriochlorophyll respectively that helps them in photosynthesis. During photosynthesis carbon dioxide is reduced into carbohydrates by water and oxygen is liberated.
After understanding given explanation students can also attempt various questions regarding this issue.
Q1. What is autotrophic nutrition?
Q2. What are autotrophs?
Q3. Name the raw materials of photosynthesis.
Q4. Name the primary photosynthetic pigment.
Q5. Define photosynthesis.
Q6. What is the major product of photosynthesis?
Q7. Differentiate between photoautotrophs and chemoautotrophs.
Table of Contents:
1. The Living World
2. Biological Classification
3. Plant Kingdom
4. Animal Kingdom
5. Morphology of Flowering Plants
6. Anatomy of Flowering Plants
7. Structural Organisation in Animals
8. Cell: The Unit of Life
9. Bio molecules
10. Cell Cycle and Cell Division
11. Transport in Plants
12. Mineral Nutrition
13. Photosynthesis in Higher Plant
14. Respiration in Plants
15. Plant Growth and Development
16. Digestion and Absorption
17. Breathing and Exchange of Gases
18. Body Fluids and Circulation
19. Excretory Products and their Elimination
20. Locomotion and Movement
21. Neural Control and Coordination
22. Chemical Coordination and Integration
23. Reproduction in Organisms
24. Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
25. Human Reproduction
26. Reproductive Health
27. Principles of Inheritance and Variation
28. Molecular Basis of Inheritance
30. Human Health and Disease
31. Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production
32. Microbes in Human Welfare
33. Biotechnology: Principles and Processes
34. Biotechnology and its Applications
35. Organisms and Populations
37. Biodiversities and Conservation
38. Environmental Issues