10th Class Biology Solved MCQS Chapter 3

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10th Class Biology Solved MCQS


Neurons in which direction of nerve impulses is towards brain cord are called;
Nerve impuse
Sensory Neurons
Associative Neurons
Motor Neurons

How many diseases of eyes were described by Ali lbn lsa in his books?
120
110
130
150

Spinal cord is the continuation of:
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Medulla Oblongata
Frontal lobe

Functions of effector called
Axons
Impulse
Stimulus
Response

Process that carry nerve impulses away from the cell body are called.
Myelin sheath
Synapses
Axon
Dendrites

In coordinates muscle movements:
Cerebellum
Hypothalamus
Cerebrium
Thalamus

Insulin and glucagon are produced in the .
Anterior pituitary
Hypothalamus
Pancreas
Liver

_______ gland is pea-shaped.
Adrenal
Hypothalamus
Pituitary
Pancreas

A coordinated action has components:
5
6
3
4

The organs which are specifically built to detect particular type of stimulus are called.
Effectors
Stimuli
All of these
Receptors

The parts of the body which receive massages from coordinator and produce particular responses are called:
neurons
hormones
coordinators
effectors

The nervous system consists of billions of neurons and:
Receptors.
Harmones
Neuroglial calls
Nephrons

Hind brain does not include :
Celebelium
Celebrum
Medulla oblongata
Pons

Length of spinal cord is:
10 cm
40 cm
20 cm
30 cm

Types of Neurons according to their work are:
Five
Three
Two
Four

Presents on the top of medulla is:
Pons
Cerebelium
Cerebrum
Spinal cord

The hormone which increase the rate of reabsorption of water form nephorn is:
glucagon
epineophrine
insulin
vesoporession

Which one does not act as effector:
Brain
Bones
Nephrons
Liver

The elongation of eye-ball results in.
Blindness
Deafness
None of these
Myopia

The sequence of components of a coordinate action is:
effector? response? stimulus? effector? receptor
stimulus? receptors? coordinator? response? effector
receptor? effector? stimulus? receptor? response
stimulus? receptor? co-ordinator? effector ? response

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