NEET Test Series-2021 to 2022/NEET MCQ Question -Support and Movement Set 2 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question: ``` A body can have consutant velocity when it follows a ```

1.elliptical path

2.circular path

3.parabolic path

4.rectilinear path

Question: ``` A body can have consutant velocity when it follows a ```

1.elliptical path

2.circular path

3.parabolic path

4.rectilinear path

Question: ``` A cyclist cycling around a circular racing track skids because ```

1.the centripetal force upon him is less than limiting friction

2.the centripetal force upon him is greater then limiting friction

3.the centripetal force upon him is equal to the limiting friction

4.the friction between the tyres of the cycle and road vanishes

Question: ``` A cyclist cycling around a circular racing track skids because ```

1.the centripetal force upon him is less than limiting friction

2.the centripetal force upon him is greater then limiting friction

3.the centripetal force upon him is equal to the limiting friction

4.the friction between the tyres of the cycle and road vanishes

1.mg

2.mg - ma

3.mg + ma

4.mg - ma

1.mg

2.mg - ma

3.mg + ma

4.mg - ma

1.zero

2.89N

3.9.8 N

4.10N

1.zero

2.89N

3.9.8 N

4.10N

1.4

2.3

3.2

4.5

1.4

2.3

3.2

4.5

1.2 ?

2. ?

3.4 ?

1.2 ?

2. ?

3.4 ?

1.?

2.3?

3.6?

4.12?

1.?

2.3?

3.6?

4.12?

1.1N

2.10N

3.2N

4.100N

1.1N

2.10N

3.2N

4.100N

Question: ``` A hoop and disc have same mass and radius. Their rotational K.E are related by an equation ```

1. K.Ehoop = K.Edisc

2.K.Ehoop = 2K.Edisc

3.K.Ehoop = 1/2K.Edisc

4.K.Ehoop = 4K.Edisc

Question: ``` A hoop and disc have same mass and radius. Their rotational K.E are related by an equation ```

1. K.Ehoop = K.Edisc

2.K.Ehoop = 2K.Edisc

3.K.Ehoop = 1/2K.Edisc

4.K.Ehoop = 4K.Edisc

Question: ``` According to Einstein the gravity interaction is possible between ```

1.material objects only

2.material objects and electromagnetic radiation only

4.none of the above

Question: ``` According to Einstein the gravity interaction is possible between ```

1.material objects only

2.material objects and electromagnetic radiation only

4.none of the above

1.?

2.?/2

3.?/30

4.?/180

1.?

2.?/2

3.?/30

4.?/180

1.3 hours

2.6 hours

3.12 hours

4.24 hours

1.3 hours

2.6 hours

3.12 hours

4.24 hours

4.2.8 ms-1

4.2.8 ms-1

1.67.3?

2.57.3?

3.87.3?

4.60?

1.67.3?

2.57.3?

3.87.3?

4.60?

1.42000km

2.36000km

3.24000 km

4.18000 km

1.42000km

2.36000km

3.24000 km

4.18000 km

1.8 Kms-1

2.8.1 Kms-1

3.7.9 Kms-1

4.8 ms-1

1.8 Kms-1

2.8.1 Kms-1

3.7.9 Kms-1

4.8 ms-1

Question: ``` The direction of linear velocity of body moving in a circle is ```

1.along the axis of rotation

2.along the tangent

3.directed towards the center

4.directed away form the center

Question: ``` The direction of linear velocity of body moving in a circle is ```

1.along the axis of rotation

2.along the tangent

3.directed towards the center

4.directed away form the center

1.T = rV

2.T = ?w

3.T = 2??

4.T = 2?/?

1.T = rV

2.T = ?w

3.T = 2??

4.T = 2?/?

Question: ``` The rotational K.E of hoop is equal to the ```

1.its translational K.E

2.half than its translational K.E

3.double than its translational K.E

4.four times than its translational K.E

Question: ``` The rotational K.E of hoop is equal to the ```

1.its translational K.E

2.half than its translational K.E

3.double than its translational K.E

4.four times than its translational K.E

Question: ``` When a body is whirled in a horizontal circle by means of a string the centripetal force is supplied by ```

1.mass of a body

2.velocity of body

3.tension in the string

4.centripetal acceleration

Question: ``` When a body is whirled in a horizontal circle by means of a string the centripetal force is supplied by ```

1.mass of a body

2.velocity of body

3.tension in the string

4.centripetal acceleration

1.180?

2.0?

3.90?

4.45?

1.180?

2.0?

3.90?

4.45?

1.Einstein

2.Galileo

3.Newtons

4.Plank

1.Einstein

2.Galileo

3.Newtons

4.Plank

1.? R

2.2? R

3.zero

4.4? R

1.? R

2.2? R

3.zero

4.4? R

1.9.8 N

2.19.6 N

3.129.4 N

4.39.2 N

1.9.8 N

2.19.6 N

3.129.4 N

4.39.2 N

Question: `A fracture hematoma has`

1.Healing properties.

2.Destructive properties.

3.Neutralizing properties.

Question: `A plant has a growth pattern called`

1.Closed growth

2.Open growth

3.In between the two

4.None of these

Question: ```A satellite moving round the earth constitutes ```

1.An inertial frome of reference

2.non inertial frame

3.neither inertial nor non inertial

4.both inertial and non inertial

Question: ```A satellite moving round the earth constitutes ```

1.An inertial frome of reference

2.non inertial frame

3.neither inertial nor non inertial

4.both inertial and non inertial

1.H- zone

2.M- Line

3.Z- Line

4.A band

Question: ```A stone is whirled in a vertical circle at the end of a string. When the stone is at the highest position the tension in the string is ```

1.maximum

2.zero

3.equal to the weight of the stone

4.less than the weight of the stone

Question: ```A stone is whirled in a vertical circle at the end of a string. When the stone is at the highest position the tension in the string is ```

1.maximum

2.zero

3.equal to the weight of the stone

4.less than the weight of the stone

1.Amoeba

2.Earthworm

3.Reptiles

4.Amphibians

Question: `Apical meristems are located at`

1.Tips of leaves

2.Tips of flowers

3.Tips of roots and stems

4.Tips of roots only

1.2-3 weeks

2.3-4 weeks.

3.2-3 months.

4.3-4 months.

Question: `Cambium are examples of`

1.Apical meristems

2.Intercalary meristems

3.Lateral meristems

4.None of these

Question: `Cells elongate by`

1.Mitosis

2.Uptake of water

3.Stretching

4.Formation of cell wall

Question: `Cells of fibers and tracheids elongate during`

1.Phase of cell division

2.Phase of cell elongation

3.Phase of cell maturation

4.Phase of cell differentiation

1.maximum work

2.minimum work

3.negative work

4.no work

1.maximum work

2.minimum work

3.negative work

4.no work

Question: `Determinate growth is`

1.Growing continuously

2.Fluctuating growth

3.Grow to certain size and then stop

4.Vegetative roots and shoots grow by

1.7 nm.

2.8 nm

3.16nm

4.10-100 ?m.

Question: `During cell differentiation`

1.Walls of cells become thick

2.Walls of cells become pitted

3.Both of these

4.None of these

Question: `Function of intercalary meristems is`

1.Increase in length

2.Increase in diameter

3.Production of leaves and flowers

4.None of these

1.Two phases

2.Three phases

3.Five phases

4.Four phases

Question: `Growth process is`

1.Irreversible

2.Reversible

3.Sometimes reversible sometimes irreversible

4.Temporary

Question: `Higher plants grow through`

1.Growing points

2.Whole plant body is capable of growing

3.Only roots grow

4.None of these

1.365 days

2.730 days

3.329 days

4.129 days

1.365 days

2.730 days

3.329 days

4.129 days

1.9

2.5

3.6

4.7

1.? /3 x r

2.?/6 x r

3.?/30 x r

4.? / 180 x r

1.? /3 x r

2.?/6 x r

3.?/30 x r

4.? / 180 x r

Question: `If two ends of fractured bone are opened and kept united via screws and wires drilled in bone substance. This step in fracture repair is called`

1.Open reduction.

2.Closed Fixation.

3.Open fixation.

4.Immobilization

Question: ```If we whirl a stone at the end of a string in the vertical circle it is likely to break when the stone is ```

1.at the highest point

2.at the lowest point

3.at any point during motion

4.at the point where gravity is not acting

Question: ```If we whirl a stone at the end of a string in the vertical circle it is likely to break when the stone is ```

1.at the highest point

2.at the lowest point

3.at any point during motion

4.at the point where gravity is not acting

1.F=ma

2.F=?p/?t

3.? = 1a

4.all above

1.F=ma

2.F=?p/?t

3.? = 1a

4.all above

Question: ```In case of planets the necessary acceleration is provided by ```

1.Gravitational force

2.frictional force

3.coulomb force

4.centripetal force

Question: ```In case of planets the necessary acceleration is provided by ```

1.Gravitational force

2.frictional force

3.coulomb force

4.centripetal force

1.Binary fission

2.Conjugation

3.Meiosis

4.Mitosis

1.Four types

2.Five types

3.One type

4.Two types

Question: `Intercalary meristems are of`

1.Permanent nature

2.Temporary nature

3.Some are permanent some temporary

4.None of these

Question: `Lateral meristems are present in`

1.All plants

2.Gymnosperms and dicots

3.Monocots

4.In aquatic plants only

Question: `Meristems are group of cells that`

1.Allow the surrounding region to divide

2.Provide nutrition

3.Help in movement

4.Retain the potential to divide

1.Two types

2.Three types

3.Four types

4.Five types

1.??R

2.2??R

4.4??R

1.??R

2.2??R

4.4??R

Question: `Plasticity of cell wall increases during`

1.Cell maturation

2.Cell elongation

3.Cell differentiation

4.Cell division

Question: `Rigor mortis i.e, stiffening of body after death results from:`

1.Accunulation of rigid proteins molecules in sarcoplam.

2.Unavailability of ATP, which is necessary to break the link between actin and myosin.

3.Decrease in body temperature after death.

4.Death of tissue due to unavailability of O2.

Question: `S-band locomotion is characteristically seen in:`

1.Bony fish

2.Cartilaginous fish.

3.Fish like mammals.

4.All fishes.

Question: `Secondary growth is actually`

1.Extension of plant body

2.Increase in thickness

3.Production of leaves and flowers

4.None of these

Question: `Speed of growth is`

1.Rapid throughout

2.Slow throughout

3.First slow then rapid then slow again

4.First rapid then slow

Question: `Tetany is caused by`

1.Hypocalcemia

2.Hypercalcemia

3.Clostridum tetani.

4.Low O2 level

Question: `The contraction of which of the following muscle fibers, is controlled by hormones:`

1.A smooth muscle

2.A cardiac muscle

3.A skeletal muscle.

4.All of these

Question: `The most important function of troponin is`

1.To bind with actin

2.To bind with tropomyosin.

3.To bind with Ca2+ ions.

4.All of these

1.Venus

2.Mercury

3.Uranus

4.Sun

1.Venus

2.Mercury

3.Uranus

4.Sun

1.a = a x r

2.a = r x a

3.a = a x r

4.r = a x a

1.a = a x r

2.a = r x a

3.a = a x r

4.r = a x a

Question: ```The span of broad jump depends upon ```

1.mass of the jumper

2.height of jump

3.angle of projection

4.none

Question: ```The span of broad jump depends upon ```

1.mass of the jumper

2.height of jump

3.angle of projection

4.none

Question: `Vegetative roots and shoots grow by`

1.Determinate growth

2.Primary growth only

3.Indeterminate growth

4.None of these

Question: `What happens during muscle contraction to the length of each myosin and action filament?`

1.Z- lines get closer

2.A band becomes short

3.1 band elongates

4.There is no change in sarcomere

Question: ```When a body is moving along a circular path it covers a certain angle in a given internal of time. Such type of motion is ```

1.vibratory motion

2. linear motion

3.rotatory motion

4. angular motion

Question: ```When a body is moving along a circular path it covers a certain angle in a given internal of time. Such type of motion is ```

1.vibratory motion

2. linear motion

3.rotatory motion

4. angular motion

1.mV/r2

2.mV/r

3.mV2/r

4.mV2/r2

1.mV/r2

2.mV/r

3.mV2/r

4.mV2/r2

1.2?

2.?/2

3.?

4.20?

1.2?

2.?/2

3.?

4.20?

1.Cockroach

2.Snail

3.Earthworm

4.Star fish

Question: `Which of the following cells are involved in soft callus formation?`

1.Fibroblast and osteoblast.

2.Osteoblast and osteoclast.

3.Osteoclast and osteocyte

4.Onteocyte and osteoblast

Question: `Which of the following is a uni-nucleated cell?`

1.A smooth muscle cell.

2.A cardiac muscle cell.

3.A skeletal muscle cell.

4.All of these

4.Hopping

2.Brachialis

3.Intercostals

4.Triceps

Question: `Which of the following pairs of fins in a fish body are paired?`

1.Dorsal and ventral.

2.Pectoral and Pelvic.

3.Tail and anal

4.All of these

Question: `Which of the following statement about fatigue is correct?`

1.The major event in it is accumulation of lactic acid.

2.Lactic acid accumulation turns pH in acidic range leading to muscle ache.

3.Ionic imbalance may also cause it.

4.All of these

Question: `Which of the following statement about osteoporosis is incorrect.`

1.It results from estrogen deficiency.

2.Bone eating process takes over bone formation process.

3.There is reduction of bone mass and change in chemical composition of the matrix

4.It is common in old age.

Question: `Which of the following statement is incorrect regarding the locomotion in Euglena?`

1.Move with the help of flagellum, attached to the anterior pole of the body.

2.Flagellum whipping backwards moving the organism forward, and when moves forward the organism moves backward.

3.Myonemes can change the direction of the body by making it to shorten from anterior to the posterior pole.

4.None of these

Question: `Which of the following statements about fractures in old age is incorrect?`

1.They are more common than in adult age.

2.Occur as a result of bone being thin and weak.

3.Due to good blood supply it results in quick healing.

4.It involves osteoblasts and osteocytes.

Question: `Which of the following statements is incorrect about skeletal muscle fibers?`

1.They are multinucleated.

2.They are 10 - 100 ?m in diameter & surrounded by sarcolemma

3.They contain O2 storing molecules called hemoglobin.

4.Their cytoplasm contains high concentration of carbohydrates

Question: `Which of the following step occurs immediately after binding of Ca2+ with troponin molecule during muscle contraction.`

1.Binding sites of actin get attached to the myosin head.

2.Troponin uncovers the actin binding sites.

3.Tropomyosin gets removed from the binding sites of actin filaments.

4.Ca2+ goes back inside sarcoplasmic reticulum.

1.Reptiles

2.Aves

3.Amphibians

4.Mammals

Question: `Which of the follwing is a childhood disease resulting from nutritive Ca2+ deficiency:`

1.Hypocalcaemia Tatanic spasms.

2.Osteomalacis

3.Rickets

4.Tetany

1.Ligaments

2.Tendon

3.Muscles

4.None of these

Question: `Why skeletal muscles are called striated muscles?`

1.They appear darker than smooth muscles by naked eye.

2.Alternating dark and light bands appear on their surface when visualized by naked eye.

3.Alternating dark and light bands appear on their surface when visualized via a microscope.

4.All of these

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