Biology Updated on Dec 6, 2020 by FlashisaacDec 6, 2020 Welcome to Flashlearners Biology Quiz... Read Each Question Carefully And Choose The Best Answer From The Options. You May Click Here for Free Video Tutorials To Boost Your Score Or Simply Click Here To Access Thousands of Biology Questions Offline. Next To Begin...1. The major function of the swim bladder in fishes isDivingBuoyancyBreathingSwimming2. In which of the following tissues do the cells have ability to divide?SclerenchymaMeristemCollenchymaPhloemPith3. Which of the following structures is common to euglena, White blood cells and amoeba?Cell membraneVacuoleCiliaCell wall4. The main waste products formed in plants areAlkaloids, tannins, and resinsOxygen carbon dioxide and alkaloidsWater, alkaloids and carbon dioxideWater, carbon dioxide and oxygen5. If an animal has diastema, it would NOT possessMolarsPremolarsCaninesIncisors6. Double fertilisation is a unique feature ofBryophytesPteridophytesAngiospermsAlgae7. All living organismsMoveTranspireFeedPhotosynthesizeRespire8. Insects show considerable powers of water conservation. This is due to the fact thatThe malpighian tubules are impermeable to waterThe cuticle is covered with waxThe chitinous cuticle is impregnated with tanned proteinsChitin is impermeable to waterNitrogenous waste is eliminated as urea9. The long and coiled intestine of a young tadpole is an adaptation to itsInsectivorous habitatAquatic habitatHerbivorous dietCarnivorous diet10. One significant difference between roots and stems is thatBranch roots originate in the pericycle while branch stems do notStems grow in both length and circumference while roots grow only in lengthStems are always above the ground while root are always below the groundStems are sometimes used for storage while roots are never so usedStems are positively geotropic while roots are negatively geotropic11. The complex relationship between the members of a community and between the community as a whole and its physical environment isHabitatEnvironmentEcosystemMicrohabitatNiche12. The hepatic portal vein is characterised byCarrying deoxygenated bloodEnding with large capillariesConnecting the liver and the kidneyBeginning and ending with capillariesHaving no capillaries13. One of the following statements is not true of viruses?They are micro organismThey are smaller than bacteriaThey cause polio and smallpoxThey cause tobacco diseaseThey can be seen with an ordinary light microscope14. Poliomyelitis is an infectious disease caused byBacteriumVirusFungusProtozoan15. A dry indehiscent, winged fruit formed from one carpel is known asSamaraSchizocarpCaryopsisFollicleNutTime is Up!