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Respiration in Animals Test Online

Test Name Respiration in Animals Test Online
Subject General Knowledge
Test Type Mcqs
Total Question 15
Total Marks 30
Total Time 15 Mints
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Respiration is a chemical reaction. It occurs in every cell in your body. During normal human respiration, glucose (a type of sugar that you get from food) reacts with oxygen to produce energy. The energy is needed for growth, repair and movement. Water and carbon dioxide are bi-products of respiration.

Respiration in Animals Test Online Questions & Answers Mcqs

Basic Science

1. When the O₂ supply to the tissues is not sufficient, the condition is called:

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2. In man the most important function of diaphragm is:

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3. In normal expiration, the diaphragm is:

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4. If the thoracic wall but not the lungs are punctured:

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5. The respiratory centre is present in:

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6. During inspiration the ribs are:

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7. Even after complete exhalation, the lungs of healthy adult contain more than a litre of gas, this quantity is known as:

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8. In man the bulk of CO₂ released in tissue respiration is transported  by blood as:

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9. The structure which prevents the entry of food into respiratory tract is:

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10. The respiratory surface is:

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11. The R. Q. is more than one when the respiratory matter is:

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12. The rate and depth of breathing is controlled by:

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13. The major effect of hyperventilation is:

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14. The cellular respiration differs from breathing.

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15. Which of the following gases makes the most stable combination with the haemoglobin of RBC?

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