CBSE Biology Hormonal Coordination Test Online
Home / Tests / CBSE Biology Hormonal Coordination Test Online

CBSE Biology Hormonal Coordination Test Online

Test Name Hormonal Coordination Test
Subject CBSE Biology
Test Type MCQs
Total Question 24
Total Marks 48
Total Time 25 Minutes
Test Help For
  • CBSE Biology.
  • CBSE Board Exams.
  • Entrance Exams.
  • Admissions Test.
  • Jobs Test.
  • General Knowledge.
  • All Grades Exams.

Hormonal Coordination basic introduction is that all animals contain chemical components produced by exocrine or endocrine glands. Exocrine glands release their chemicals into ducts. The endocrine glands release their secretions, the hormones, directly into the blood-stream. A chapters revision resource for Biology about the nervous system, control in the human body and control in plants.

For more preparation online chapter syllabus wise then mention in comments section below.

CBSE Biology Hormonal Coordination Test Online


1. A common scent-producing gland among mammals is?

Question 1 of 24

2. Melatonin is secreted by?

Question 2 of 24

3. ADH or vasopressin is?

Question 3 of 24

4. Progesterone which is the most important component of oral contraceptive pills prevents pregnancy by?

Question 4 of 24

5. Tablets to prevent contraception contain?

Question 5 of 24

6. The gonadotropic hormones are produced in?

Question 6 of 24

7. Nicotine acts as stimulant because it mimics the effect of?

Question 7 of 24

8. Which one of the following hormones stimulates the "let down" (release) of milk from the mother;s breasts when the baby is sucking?

Question 8 of 24

9. Which of the following endocrine gland stores its secretion in the extracellular space before discharging into the blood?

Question 9 of 24

10. Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone (MSH) is produced by?

Question 10 of 24

11. Gastric secretion is stopped by hormone?

Question 11 of 24

12. The hormone which regulates the basal metabolism in our body is secreted from?

Question 12 of 24

13. Occurrence of Leydig's cells and their secretion is?

Question 13 of 24

14. Secretion of progesterone by corpus luteum is initiated by?

Question 14 of 24

15. The function of oxytocin is to help in?

Question 15 of 24

16. Ovulation is stimulated by?

Question 16 of 24

17. Diabetes is due to?

Question 17 of 24

18. Hormones thyroxine adrenalin and the pigment melanin are formed from?

Question 18 of 24

19. Which hormone possesses anti-insulin effect?

Question 19 of 24

20. MSH of pars intermedia of middle pituitary is responsible for?

Question 20 of 24

21. Which of the following radioactive isotope is used in the detection of thyroid cancer?

Question 21 of 24

22. Insulin is?

Question 22 of 24

23. Addition of a trace of thyroxine or iodine in water containing tadpoles will?

Question 23 of 24

24. According to the accepted concept of hormone action if receptor molecules are removed from target organs then the target organ will?

Question 24 of 24


Test By Subject
Test By Topics
Have any Problem or Error please mention in below comments section.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *