Wednesday, 6 February 2019

CBSE Class 10 - Biology Quiz - Based on CBSE Class 10 Syllabus (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)(#biologyquiz)

Class 10 - Biology Quiz 

Based on CBSE Class 10 Syllabus

CBSE Class 10 - Biology Quiz - Based on CBSE Class 10 Syllabus (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)(#biologyquiz)

Quizzes and Worksheets help you learn important keywords and definitions. The following worksheet helps you quickly assess your biology knowledge.
Fill in the blanks:

1. ____ regulate the exchange of gases and the loss of water vapour from the leaves.

2. Iodine can be used to test the presence of____.

3. Respiration in the absence of oxygen by micro organisms is called _____.

4. In ATP, energy is stored in organic_____.

5. Respiration in Amoeba occurs by____.

6. __________ are the units of lungs.

7. ________ in human blood is the most efficient carrier of oxygen.

8. Doctors measure blood pressure with the instrument called ________.

9. The matrix of blood is ____.

10. Endocrine glands discharge their secretions into ____.

11. Deficiency of Iodine in food results in the enlargement of neck is due to _________ gland.

12. The parts of the neuron that transmit information to cyton are_____.

13. Brain in man is present in a boney case called _____.

14. The largest part in brain is_____.

15. ____ also plays a major role in the reflex actions.

16. The structural and functional unit of a reflex action is called _________.

17. Carpels are present in ____.

18. The part of the flower which are still useful after fertilization is ____.

19. In female human beings, the fertilization takes place in ___________.

20. Foetus is connected to the wall of uterus of the mother by _________.

21. The process of passing traits from parent to offspring is called _________.

22. _______ is the simultaneous inheritance of two characters.

23. ________ is the sequence of gradual changes over millions of years in which new species are produced.

24. ________ is an event that splits a population into two independent species which cannot
reproduce among them.

25. Organisms that are physiologically or behaviourally better adapted for the environment are _______ selected.

26. _________ is the study of fossils.

27. ____ is the top layer of the earth crust that supports growth of plants.

28. Sunderlal Bahuguna infused life to _______ movement.

29. CNG is a mixture of _______.

30. ____ gas is responsible for global warming.

31. Ozone layer protects us from harmful ____ rays.

32. ________ _________ is not only about the resources we use but also ensures that they are equally distributed and are available to future generations.

33. Substances that are broken down by biological processes are said to be __________.

34. __________  is a phenomenon by which toxic substances accumulate from one trophic level to another.

35. ________ is a mixture of gases produced during decomposition of bio mass in the absence of oxygen.

☛See also:
Ch15 - Our Environment (Worksheet)
Ch 9 - Heredity & Evolution (MCQs) or Eduvictors Quiz
Ch 8 - How do Organisms Reproduce (Eduvictors Quiz)
Ch 8 - How do Organisms Reproduce? (MCQs) 
Ch 7 - Control and Coordination (Assignment Sheet)
Ch6 - Life Processes (MCQs)
Science MCQs asked in CBSE Examination (SA-II)

1. stomata
2. Starch
3. Anaerobic respiration or Fermentation
4. phosphate
5. diffusion
6. Alveoli
7. Haemoglobin
8. sphygmomanometer
9. plasma
10. blood
11. thyroid
12. axon
13. cranium
14. cerebrum
15. spinal cord
16. reflex arc
17. pistil
18. ovule
19. fallopian tube or oviduct
20. placenta
21. heredity
22. Dihybrid inheritance
23. Evolution
24. Speciation
25. naturally
26. Paleontology
27. Soil
28. Chipko
29. hydrocarbons
30. CO₂
31. Ultra-violet (UV)
32. Sustainable development
33. biodegradable
34. Biological magnification
35. Biogas

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