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Class 10 Transportation|Life processes Important questions-9




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Question 1
The only artery which carries deoxygenated blood is:
a) Pulmonary artery
b) Renal artery
c) Hepatic artery
d) Coronary artery

Question 2
How many chambers does a frog’s heart have?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

Question 3
Oxygenated blood reaches heart by
a) Pulmonary artery
b) Pulmonary vein
c) Aorta
d) Vena cava

Question 4
Which of the following substances is transported by blood plasma?
a) Food
b) Potassium
c) Alcohol
d) All of these

Question 5
How many chambers are present in human heart?
a) One
b) Two
c)Three
d)  Four

Question 6
In humans, right auricle receives------- blood from------
a) Oxygenated, aorta
b) Deoxygenated, vena cava
c) Oxygenated, vena cava
d) Deoxygenated, aorta

Question 7
Veins have valves to
a) Prevent back flow of blood
b) Prevent the collapse of the vein
c) Maintain its position in the body
d) None of these

Question 8
The color of blood plasma is:
a) Red
b) Pale yellow
c) Yellowish green
d) Pink

Question 9
It helps in translocation of food in plants.
a) Xylem
b) Palisade cells
c) Root hairs
d) Phloem

Question 10
Where does the maximum exchange of material between blood and surrounding cells occur?
a) Heart
b) Veins
c) Arteries
d) Capillaries

Question 11
What is the richest natural source of minerals for plants?
a) Chemical fertilizers
b) Soil
c) Air
d) Water

Question 12
The only reptile having 4- chambered heart is:
a) Snake
b) Turtle
c) Lizard
d) Crocodile

Question 13
Superior and inferior vena cava respectively carries blood from
a) Upper and lower parts of body
b) Lower and upper parts of body
c) Upper and lateral parts of the body
d) Lateral and lower parts of the body

Question 14
Which of the following organisms have single circulation?
a) Fishes
b) Mammals
c) Birds
d) Reptiles

Question 15
Which of the following statements is not true about blood plasma?
a) It is a faint yellow in color
b) It contains corpuscles
c) It cannot coagulate
d) It is the fluid part of blood

Question 16
what prevent the backflow of blood in heart.
a) Septa
b) Valves
c) Arteries
d) Veins

Question 17
Valves are not found in
a) Arteries
b) Heart
c) Veins
d) Lymphatic

Question 18
Which of the following characteristics is not find in plants?
a) Slow transport system
b) High energy needs
c) No mobility
d) Large proportion of dead cells

Question 19
What is normal blood pressure in humans?
a) 120/80 mm of Hg
b)130/60 mm of Hg
c) 140/70 mm of Hg
d) 140/ 90 mm of Hg

Question 20
Which of the following parts of plants is the store- house of energy?
a) Flowers
b)  Branches
c) Roots
d) Leaves

Question 21
Oxygenated blood is pumped from heart to rest of the body via:
a) Aorta
b) Pulmonary
c) Pulmonary vein
d) Vena cava

Question 22
transpiration and--------- help in transport of water in plants.
a) Translocation
b) Photosynthesis
c) Root pressure
d) Shoot pressure

Question 23
Four chambered heart is characteristics feature of:
a) Fishes
b) Amphibians
c) Reptiles  d) Mammals

Question 24
Heart is completely four chambered in -----
a) Amphibians
b) Reptiles
c) Birds
d) Fishes

Question 25
Heart pressure is measured by an instrument known as:
a) ECG
b) Stemoscope
c) Sphygmomanometer

d) EEG

Question 26
Which of the following substances is obtained by the plants from soil?
a) Nitrogen
b) Oxygen
c) Carbon dioxide
d) None of these




Question 27
Thrombocytes is another name for
a) Red corpuscles
b) Platelets
c) Plasma
d) White blood corpuscles

Question 28
Translocation utilizes energy (ATP) to transfer ------- into phloem tissue.
a) Sugar
b) Fat
c) Potassium
d) Lipid

Question 29
Which vitamin helps in blood clotting?
a) Vitamin A2
b) Vitamin B
c) Vitamin E4
d) Vitamin K

Question 30
Which of the following helps in maximum transport of oxygen?
a) Red blood corpuscles
b) Platelets
c) Plasma
d) White blood corpuscles

Hints and Answer
1) (a)
2) (c)
3) (b)
5) (d)
6)
11) (b)


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