How do Organisms Reproduce MCQs Mock Test of 10th Class Science

Welcome to your How do Organisms Reproduce MCQs Mock Test of 10th Class Science

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Q1- The cell formed after fertilization is called :
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Q2- In a list of organisms given below which is reproduced by asexual method ?
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Q3- Eggs are formed in :
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Q4- Offsprings formed by asexual method of reproduction have greater similarity among themselves because_______.
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Q5- How many modes of reproduction take place in animals?
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Q6- The correct sequence of reproductive stages seen in flowering plants is _______
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Q7- A sperm consists of how many parts ?
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Q8- The number of chromosomes present in parents and offspring of a particular species remains constant due to ________.
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Q9- Foetus is a :
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Q10- In rhizopus tubular structure bearing sporangia at their tips are called __________.
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Q11- oviparous are the ones who _____
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Q12- Which among the following is not the function of testis at puberty ?
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Q13- Cloning is a mode of :
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Q14- Length of the pollen grain depends upon the distance between ________.
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Q15- The lytic enzyme of sperm is :
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Q16- The ability of cell to divide into several cells during reproduction in plasmodium is called __________.
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Q17- The number of chromosomes in human sex cell is :
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Q18- Asexual reproduction takes place through budding in _______.
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Q19- The number of autosomes in humans is :
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Q20- The anther contains ________.
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Q21- In human females, an event that reflects onset of reproductive phase is :
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Q22- Which among the following is not sexually transmitted?
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Q23- Which of the following is not the part of female reproductive system? A) ovary B) fallopian tube C) uterus D) vas deferens Q23- Which of the following is not the part of female reproductive system?
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Q24- During adolescence, several changes occur in human body. Mark one change that is associated with sexual maturity in boys?
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Q25- The offsprings formed by sexual reproduction exhibit more variations because _________.
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Q26- The reproductive part of flower is _______.
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Q27- The seeds with two cotyledons are:
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Q28- The triploid nucleus formed is called ______.
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Q29- Syngamy is :
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Q30- The fate of placenta is to :
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Q31- Vegetative propagation refers to formation of new plants from———-.
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Q32- Factors responsible for the rapid spread of bread mould on slices of bread are _______.
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Q33- Which of the following statements are true for flowers?
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Q34- Which among the following statements are false for unisexual flowers?
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Q35- Which among the following statements are false for sexual reproduction in flowering plants?
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Q36- Reproduction is essential for living organisms in order to _______.
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Q37- In human males, the testes lie in the scrotum, because it helps in _________.
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Q38- The two oviducts in human female unite in a bag called ________.
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Q39- Which out of them is STD?
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Q40- When an animal is cut into pieces and each part gives rise to new organism the process is called _____________.
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Q41- IUCD is for :
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Q42- Bryophyllum reproduces through _______.
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Q43- Rose is propogated through ______.
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Q44- The animals that give birth to young ones are called as :
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Q45- Tadpole is the developing stage of which of these?
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Q46- Which of the following is contraceptive?
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Q47- Which is the portion on which grafting is done and it provides roots?
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Q48- Where does fertilization occur in human females ?
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Q49- Growing foetus derives nutrition from mother through _______.
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Q50- What is the puberty age in females?

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