NEET-UG Biology Model Questions with Answers

1. RQ of Glucose in aerobic respiration-
1) 12 2) 1 3) .1 4) 6

2. 1/2 Glucose shows how much RQ value in aerobic respiration-
1) 6 2) .1 3) .5 4) 1

3. If the no. of oxygens and carbons in a substrate that participates in aerobic respiration are same its RQ value is-

4. Evolution of CO2 is more than the intake of O2 for the following substrate
1) Glucose 2) Organic acid
3) Sucrose 4) Fats

5. Assertion (A): Fats require more Oxygen for complete oxidation.
Reason (R): The proportion of Oxygen to carbon in fats is less.
1) (A) and (R) right. (R) explains (A).
2) (A) and (R) right. (R) do not explains (A)
3) (A) right. (R) false.
4) (A) false. (R) right

6. Match the following chemical reactions given in List I with the products formed given in List II.
List I List II
I. First phosphorylation (A) Fructose-6-Phosphate
II. First isomerisation (B) 1, 3-bisphosphoglyceric acid
III. First dephosphorylation (C) Glucose-6-Phosphate
IV. First biological oxidation (D) 3-Phosphoglyceric acid
(E) 3-Phosphoglyceraldehyde

7. Gateway of e- transport is-
1) complex V 2) complex II
3) complex I 4) complex III

8. One of the following is facultative anaerobic-
1) Hydrogenomonas 2) Clostridium botulinum
3) Yeast 4) Azotobacter

9. One of following dies when exposed to aerobic conditions-
1) Clostridiym botulinum 2) Azotobacter
3) Yeast

10. The term Fermentation was coined by
1) Gay Lussac 2) Louis Pasteur
3) Buchner 4) Flemming

11. The production of Ethyl alcohol and CO2 in the absence of Oxygen from hexose sugars through the micro organisms was first reported by
1) Gay Lussac 2) Louis Pasteur
3) Buchner 4) Flemming

12. The two substrates having the same R.Q. are-
1) Tartaric acid, Malic acid
2) Oleic acid, Tartaric acid
3) Triolein, Tripalmition
4) Proteins, Oleic acid

ANSWERS:
1) 2 2) 4 3) 1 4) 2 5) 1 6) 3 7) 3 8) 3 9) 1 10) 2 11) 1 12) 3

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