NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: BIO203- General Physiology 1

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NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: BIO203- General Physiology 1

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NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: BIO203- General Physiology 1

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Q1 Directly linked pigments to photosynthetic electron transport are

Chlorophyll s

Q2 The raw material for photosynthesis are

Light energy, CO􀳦??, H􀳦??O and photosynthesis pigments

Q3 O􀳦?? is not evolved in this

Anoxygenic photosynthes is

Q4 The term photosynthesis literally means

Synthesis with the help of light

Q5 In some micro organisms the source of protons and electrons is

H􀳦??S

Q6 Chlorophyll are

Primary pigment s

Q7 The photosynthetic pigments are located in the thylakoid membranes of

Cytoplasts

Q8 The byproduct evolved in oxygenic photosynthesis occurs in some

Micro organisms

Q9 Photosynthesis pigments are involved in

Photosynthesi s

Q10 Carbon dioxide (CO2) taken in night is stored in form of

chemical en ergy

Q11 Digested food materials are carried to all parts of plant especially

stem
root a pices
leaves
***all of t hese

Q12 Hydrophonics refers to

Growing plants without so il

Q13 Plants can be called as

Photoautotr oph

Q14 Simplest carbohydrates (CnH2mOm) are

Sugars

Q15 Amino acids are assimilated to form

New protoplasm

Q16 Even in presence of sunlight and water, photosynthesis cannot occur due to lack of

Carbon dioxide (C O2)

Q17 To facilitate entry of CO2 in leaf is done through stomata as well as through water film on the

spongy mesophyll cells

Q18 Light dependent stage cannot be carried out without

Water

Q19 Sugar is transported away from leaf through

Phloem tissues

Q20 Simplest carbohydrates (CnH2mOm) are

Sugars




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Q21 Through enzyme pepsin, proteins can be changed to

Polypeptides

Q22 Nitrogen, phosphorus and sulphur are examples of

Essential non-metallic elements

Q23 Sucrose developed from excess sugars is transported for storage to

Seeds
Stem t ubers
Root tubers
---All of these

Q24 Sugars made in leaves is transported through

Phloem tissues

Q25 Leaves are not essential for

starch formation

Q26 To facilitate entry of CO2 in leaf is done through stomata as well as through water film on the

spongy mesophyll cells

Q27 The raw materials for needed for photosynthesis include

--all of these
Nutrients
organic su bstance
Light

Q28 What staining is best for lipid detection ?

Sudan III IV

Q29 What are epoxy resin sections stained with after being cut with a microtome?

Toluidine blue

Q30 How can you achieve better resolution in microscopy ?

Using thinner resin-embedded sect ions

Q31 How thick are paraffin embedded sections that has been cut ?

--5-8 uM


Q32 Paraffin embedded sections of tissue are cut by:

Micro tome


Q33 A segment of image is magnified by the eyepiece(ocular). What is the best resolving power?

0.2 uM


Q34 The chlorophyll is found in oval-shaped structures called as

chloro plast


Q35 An organic molecule which can absorb the solar energy in the visible region is

pigment


Q36 Phosphorylation is the synthesis of

ATP


Q37 The process of splitting water molecules in the presence of light energy is called

Photolysis


Q38 Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy is called

Photosynthesi s



Q39 The pigments which are highly efficient in absorbing solar energy are

Chlorophylls

Q40 In dark reaction, these are required for the reduction of CO􀳦?? to carbohydrates

ATP and NADP H􀳦??




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Q41 Biochemically, Photosynthesis is defined as

Reduction of CO􀳦?? to carboh ydrates with the help of ATP and NADPH􀳦??


Q42 An essential component of chlorophyll molecule is

Magnesium


Q43 Chlorophyll of bacteria are called

Bacteriochlor ophylls


Q44 The tiny indivisible units that contain light energy are

photons


Q45 The protons and electrons required to reduce NADP⁺ to NADPH􀳦?? come from

H􀳦??O


Q46 When water is used as the proton and electron source the byproduct evolved is

O􀳦??


Q47 Photosynthesis pigments other than chlorophyll are called

Accessory pigmen ts

Q48 Photolysis means

Splitting of wa ter molecules

Q49 Light reactions involve

Pigments, solar energy and water

Q50 Reducing power of light reaction is

NAD PH􀳦??

Q51 NADP stands for

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Ph osphate

Q52 Food is converted to energy in

Mitochond ria

Q53 Ribosomes help in

Protein synthe sis

Q54 The sedimentation constant of ribosome is generally 70S . Its breaks up into two subunits whose sedimentation constants are

50 S and 30 S

Q55 Cellular organelles containing hydrolytic enzymes are called

Lysosomes

Q56 Plasma membrane is composed of

Protein an d Lipids

Q57 Prokaryotic cell does not possess

Nuclear m embrane

Q58 Mitochondria have first seen by

Altmann

Q59 Cell theory states that

Cells are fundamental structural units o f plants and animals

Q60 Extra nuclear DNA is found in

Chloroplast




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Q61 The main difference between animal and plant cell is that

Animal cell lack rigid cell wall

Q62 In􀳦?􀳦􀳦?􀳦 photosynthesis occurs by in chloroplasts

plants

Q63 The green colour of leaves is due to solar chemical factories called

chloroplasts

Q64 Due to chemical energy, water and carbon dioxide are converted into

carbohyd rates

Q65 In most plants, these carbohydrates move largely as entirely as

sucrose

Q66 IR is absorbed by water and

carbon dioxide

Q67 What are the two types of energy?

Potential and kinetic energy

Q68 Energy is stored in chemical bonds such as those in sugar, starch and

fats

Q69 Oxygen (O3) released during photosynthesis comes from

water

Q70 Einstein linked the ideas of Newton and Maxwell by proposing that light consists of packets of energy called

photons

Q71 Packets of light energy are known as

photons

Q72 Carbon dioxide (CO2) taken in night is stored in form of

chemical en ergy

Q73 For many autotrophic organisms, an essential source of energy is

light

Q74 Leaves cannot perform photosynthesis without

Xylem transport ing water and minerals

Q75 Light absorbed by chlorophyll is converted into

Chemical energy

Q76 What are epoxy resin sections stained with after being cut with a microtome?

Toluidine blue

Q77 How can you achieve better resolution in microscopy?

Using thinner resin-embedded sect ions

Q78 A segment of image is magnified by the eyepiece (ocular). What is the best resolving power?

0.2 um

Q79 Paraffin embedded sections of tissue are cut by:

Micro tome

Q80 The most easily observed part of a plant cell is the 􀳦?􀳦􀳦?􀳦..

cell wall




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