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2012-05-11

MCQs – Co-ordination and Control | HSC Part-II – Biology Notes


CHAPTER – 3
MCQs – Co-ordination and Control

1. In nervous coordination communication takes place by electrochemical messages called ________.
§  Nerve impulse
§  Neurons
§  Harmon action
§  All of the above

2. Nervous system consists of two types of tissues called neuron and ________.
§  Effectors
§  Receptors
§  Neuroglia
§  None

3. Neurons receive information through sensory cells or organs are called ________.
§  Effectors
§  Receptors
§  Neuroglia
§  None

4. Information from the receptors to the control centers are taken by ________ nerve path way.
§  Afferent
§  Efferent
§  Both
§  None

5. Information back from the control center to the effectors as done by ________ nerve path way.
§  Afferent
§  Efferent
§  Both
§  None

6. ________ carries sensory formation from receptor to CNS
§  Sensory neuron
§  Motor neuron
§  Inter neuron
§  All of the above

7. ________ are found in CNS
§  Sensory neuron
§  Motor neuron
§  Inter neuron
§  All of the above

8. ________ takes command from CNS to effectors.
§  Sensory neuron
§  Motor neuron
§  Inter neuron
§  All of the above

9. The electrical potential of cell membrane of neuron when it is not transmitting any signal is called ________.
§  Resting membrane potential
§  Action potential
§  Propagation of impulse
§  Synapse

10. ________ involves movement of ions across the cell membrane.
§  Resting membrane potential
§  Action potential
§  Propagation of impulse
§  Synapse

11. The action potential developed locally spread along the entire neurolemma is called ________.
§  Resting membrane potential
§  Action potential
§  Propagation of impulse
§  Synapse

12. The region where the impulse move from one neuron to another is called ________.
§  Resting membrane potential
§  Action potential
§  Propagation of impulse
§  Synapse

13. The pathway of nerve impulse transmission is called ________.
§  Reflex action
§  Reflex are
§  Synapse
§  All of the above

14. The sudden involuntary response is called ________
§  Reflex action
§  Reflex are
§  Synapse
§  All of the above

15. Only synapse if involved then the reflex is called ________.
§  Monosynaptic
§  Polysynaptic
§  Both
§  None

16. Knee jerk is an example of _______.
§  Monosynaptic
§  Polysynaptic
§  Both
§  None

17. Hydra and other cnidarians have ________ nervous system.
§  Centralized
§  Diffused
§  Sympathetic
§  None

18. ________ nervous system is the characteristics feature of bilaterally symmetrical animals.
§  Centralized
§  Diffused
§  Sympathetic
§  None

19. Flatworms like planaria have ________ nervous system.
§  Centralized
§  Diffused
§  Sympathetic
§  None

20. Human brain is divided into ________ no. of parts.
§  1
§  2
§  3
§  4

21. Telencephlon is the part of ________.
§  Fore-brain
§  Mid-brain
§  Hind-brain
§  None

22. Cerebral hemispheres are attached in depth by ________.
§  Meninges
§  Corpus callosum
§  Cerebrum
§  None

23. _______ is the clearing houses of sensory ampulses.
§  Thalamus
§  Hypothalamus
§  Amygdale
§  Hippocampus

24. ________ is important in homeostatis.
§  Thalamus
§  Hypothalamus
§  Bimole system
§  Amygdale Hippocampus

25. ________ is involved in long term memory.
§  Thalamus
§  Hypothalamus
§  Limbio system
§  Hippocampus

26. ________ controls movement of eye balls.
§  Fore-brain
§  Hind-brain
§  Mid-brain
§  All

27. In peripheral nervous system ________ pairs of cranial nerves.
§  11
§  12
§  13
§  14

28. Peripheral nervous system contains ________ pairs of spinal nerves.
§  31
§  32
§  33
§  34

29. ________ detect change in temperature.
§  Chemoreceptor
§  Mechanoreceptor
§  Thermoreceptors
§  Pain receptors

30. ________ detect sound, motron, position etc.
§  Chemoreceptor
§  Mechanoreceptor
§  Photoreceptors
§  Pain receptors

31. ________ detect chemicals dissolved in fluid medium.
§  Chemoreceptor
§  Mechanoreceptor
§  Photoreceptors
§  thermoreceptors

32. ________ detect visible and ultra violet light.
§  emoreceptor
§  echanoreceptor
§  otoreceptors
§  in receptors

33. ________ detect tissue damage.
§  emoreceptor
§  echanoreceptor
§  ermorereceptors
§  pain receptors

34. Degeneration of nerve tissues within basal ganglia of brain is called ________.
§  Pakinson’s disease
§  Alzheimer’s disease
§  Epilepsy
§  Down’s syndrome

35. The progressive degeneration of neurons of brain is called ________.
§  Pakinson’s disease
§  Alzheimer’s disease
§  Epilepsy
§  Down’s syndrome

36. ________ is the tendency of recurrent seizures.
§  Pakinson’s disease
§  Alzheimer’s disease
§  Epilepsy
§  Down’s syndrome

37. ________ controls the secretions of both the lobes of pituitary gland.
§  Hypothalamus
§  Pituitary gland
§  Pancreas
§  Parathyroid gland

38. ________ secretes thyroxine.
§  Hypothalamus
§  Pituitary gland
§  Thyroid gland
§  Parathyroid gland

39. ________ secretes ADH
§  Hypothalamus
§  Pituitary gland
§  Thyroid gland
§  Parathyroid gland

40. ________ secretes PTH
§  Hypothalamus
§  Thyroid gland
§  Pancreas
§  Parathyroid gland

41. ________ secretes insulin and Glucagon.
§  Hypothalamus
§  Pituitary gland
§  Pancreas
§  Parathyroid gland

42. ________ behavior are automatic, pre-programmed, genetically determined and stereotyped activities which do not involve any learing.
§  Learned
§  Innate
§  Kinases
§  FAP

43. ________ involves some kind of earning.
§  Learned
§  Innate
§  Kinases
§  FAP

44. In ________ animal exhibits random movement to a particular stimulus.
§  Learned
§  Innate
§  Kinases
§  FAP

45. ________ is related to the direction of stimulus.
§  Kinases
§  Reflex
§  Taxes
§  FAP

46. ________ is the sudden response of animals on any stimulus.
§  Kinases
§  Reflex
§  Taxes
§  FAP

47. ________ is triggered on released by external sensory stimulus known as releaser.
§  Kinases
§  Reflex
§  Taxes
§  FAP

48. ________ is the type of behavior on which animal stops responding repeated stimulus.
§  Imprinting
§  Habituation
§  Latent learning
§  Insight learning

49. In ________ animal is primed to learn a particular activity in a very short period of time.
§  Imprinting
§  Habituation
§  Operent conditioning
§  Insight learning

50. In ________ animal learns to give response to an irrelevant stimulus.
§  Imprinting
§  Operent conditioning
§  Latent learning
§  Classic condition

51. In ________ learning is associated with past reward or punishment.
§  Imprinting
§  Habituation
§  Operent conditioning
§  Latent learning

52. Solving problems without trial and error learning is called _______.
§  Imprinting
§  Habituation
§  Classic condition
§  Insight learning

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1 comments :

  1. hey please post the answers!! It kills if you don't know if you are right or not....

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