Thursday, 21 November 2013






     70. The respiratory  pigment  found  in erythrocytes

     71. The organ that produces urea

      72. The part of the chloroplast where light reaction of photosynthesis takes place

      73.  A solution whose concentration is greater than the cell sap

     74.  The part of the ovary that produces progesterone

     75. A vein carrying oxygenated blood

     76. An artery carrying de-oxygenated blood

     77. The part of the autonomic nervous system which prepares the body to react under stressed   conditions             

   78. The condition of the vacuole in the plant cell which presses the cell against cell wall

  79. The collective term used  for  all the  nuclear changes that occur in the mitotic cell division

   80. The state of a plant cell which can not  accommodate any more water

   81. The part of the female reproductive tract where fertilization of egg occurs

   82. The kind of lens to be used , if the image of the object is formed beyond the retina

  83. A radiation pollutant released if a nuclear blast occurs in a nuclear plant

  84. Two main gaseous pollutants released from an automobile exhaust

  85. A blood vessel which always start and also end as blood capillaries

  86. The phase of mitotic cell division where chromosomes are shortest and clearest in appearance

  87. The phase of mitotic cell division where the chromatids of each chromosome separate

  88. The photosensitive pigment present in cone cells of retina in eye

  89.  A defect caused to eye due to loss of transparency to the lens

  90. Tissue concerned with the upward conduction of water and minerals in a flowering plant

  91. The cells which form a stoma in the under surface of a dicot leaf

 92. The structure formed as a result of fusion of male and female gametes  

  93. The tube that carries ovum from infundibulum to uterus

   94. Condition of a cell in which the cell content are shrunken

   95. The nerves which arise from the brain

   96. The point of contact between two nerve cells

   97. The point on the retina where maximum number of cones present

    98. The stage of mitotic cell division where the chromosomes are most condensed

    99. The tissue through which ascent of sap takes place in a plant

   100. The point on the retina where no rods or cones are present

Answers for the above questions

70. Haemoglobin    71. Liver    72. Grana  or Thylakoid   73. Hypertonic solution  75. Corpous luteum   76. Pulmonary vein   77. Pulmonary artery  78. Turgid   79. Karyokinesis  80. Turgid  81. Oviduct  82. Convex   83. Iodine 131  84. Sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide    85. Portal vein  86. Metaphase  87. Anaphase  88. Iodopsin   89.  Catract  90. Xylem  91. Guard cells  92. Zygote  93. Oviduct or Fallopian tube   94. Flaccid    95. Cranial nerves  96. Synapse   97. Fovea centralis or Yellow spot or Macula  98. Metaphase  99. Xylem  100. Blind spot                               


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