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MCQ Biology Class 10th Chapter No 3 COORDINATION AND CONTROL

Biology MCQs Class 10th Chapter No 3 COORDINATION AND CONTROL




Book Name :  Biology
Chapter No. 03
Chapter Name :  COORDINATION AND CONTROL
Book Version  : New book Printed in 2022
Published By : Punjab Text Book Board Lahore
Approved By : Govt of the Punjab and Federal Ministry for Education
Test Type : MCQ / Fill in the Blanks / Short Answers
Exam conduct By : Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Punjab
Class / Grade  : 10th (Matriculation)
Total MCQ from Text Book : 222
Total Marks : 222
Total Time :  222 minutes


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Class 10th - Biology Chapter No.03 COORDINATION AND CONTROL

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Find the correct sequence of coordination action components:

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Brain is situated:

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Processes that carry nerve impulses away from the cell body are called

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If you look at an intact human brain, what you sec the most is a large, highly convoluted outer surface. This is the

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Disorders of nervous system can be categorized into:

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Which system takes action after stress to normalize all the body functions

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Sclera and cornea are present in

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Which hormone influences the liver to release glucose in blood and blood glucose concentration rises

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When there is ins reased production of parathormone:

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The blood glucose concentration is maintained at the rate of

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The brain contains fluid filled ventricles that are continuous with the

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Lack of what causes diabetes

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In nervous coordination, find the coordinators?

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Testosterone is secreted by:

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Hippocampus is a structure that is deep in the

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The roughly length of spinal cord is

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Insulin and glucagon are produced in the

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ADH stands for

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What is correct sequence of the parts of forebrain

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Motor pathway

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Pons is present

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Which one of the following statements is FALSE about Tetany?

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Parathormone:

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Which one of the following statements is FALSE about retina

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Calcitonin:

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The white matter of nervous system consists of

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Spinal cord starts from

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Which nervous system is involuntary in action

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TSH stands for

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Life activities such as elll divisions in invertebrates arc regulated by

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Testosterone is responsible for:

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Some portions of pancreas serve as

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Vascular disorders are due to:

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Due to increased sweating, water level of blood is lowered, as a result, pituitary gland

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Chemicals in air are detected by:

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What is normal level of glucose in blood on a fasting basis

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Gonads secrete:

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The exocrine gland secretes digestive enzymes through a duct into the

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Find out the function which is NOT performed by medula oblongata

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The medicines, which are use in epilepsy termed as:

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The remaining hormones of anterior lobe influence

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Which of the following is not a coordinator?

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Chemical coordination produces:

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Which is the largest endocrine gland in human body

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Which one option of the followings is NOT of receptors

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All of these are hormones except

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Which cells are special neuroglial cells, located at regular intervals along axons?

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Different processes extend out from the cell body of neurons are called:

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Peripheral nervous system consists of:

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Behind iris, which lens focuses light on retina

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Sound waves'are detected by:

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Humans have

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Paralysis is often caused by:

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FIND the FALSE statement about suckling action of an infant

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Meninges:

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Plants and other organisms have:

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Testes and ovaries are male and female:

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The organs or parts which specifically built to detect particular type of stimuli are called

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Disorders of nervous system can be categorized into :

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Central nervous system comprises of:

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The brain contains fluid filled ventricles that are continuous with the

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In younger people epilepsy may be due to:

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Which one of the followings is a cause of epilepsy at any age?

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How does stimuli detect?

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Sympathetic nervous system prepares body to deal with

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The important function of hypothalamus is to link

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Find which one does not act as effector?

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What happens, if somatotrophin is excessively produced after growing age

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Hypothyroidism:

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How many types of coordination are found in organisms?

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Function of frontal lobe is

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The outer region of spinal cord is made of

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The non-myelinated points between the areas of myelin on an axon, called:

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Which one of the followings is function of eyelids

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ovea is

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The human nervous system consists of:

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Chemical coordination is brought by:

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Diabetes is caused by a deficiency of

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Complete loss of function by one or more muscle groups is:

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Somatotrophin (growth hormone) is produced by

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Find the FALSE statement about Inter-neurons?

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ovea is

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Our eyes are located in small portions of skull known as

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Mixed nerves contain:

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Our government encourages salt refiners to

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Life activities are:

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Paralysis is often caused by:

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Sensory neurons have:

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Epilepsy and paralysis are:

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A coordinated action has components:

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Functional disorders are due to:

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Due to jumping impulses, the speed of nerve impulse:

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Cornea is a part of

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Which one of the followings is a cause of epilepsy at any age?

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Which neurons are present inside the central nervous system

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Thalamus receives and modifies sensory impulses except from

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If the production of growth hormone is diminished during growing age, rate of growth decreases, this condition is known as

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The portion of the nervous system that is involuntary in action

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The dorsal root (spinal nerve) contains

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In nervous coordination, who carry messages from coordinators (brain and spinal cord) to muscles. and glands?

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The myelin sheath is formed by , which wrap around the axons of some
neurons

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Cerebral cortex consists of

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Two adrenal glands are situated:

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Motor pathway makes system

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Pituitary gland is

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Adrenaline or epinephrine prepares our body 

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Three main regions of brain (fore brain, midbrain and hind-brain) are present in

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Neurons are specialized cells that are able to conduct nerve impulses

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When more than normal calcium salts are absorbed it   bones and added to
bloOd, bones become:

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Which one of the following statements is correct about Acromegaly

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The part of the brain responsible for muscle movement, interpretation of the senses and the memory is the

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Which one of the following controls the secretion of pituitary gland

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Which one of the followings is NOT a part of Hind brain

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Peripheral nervous system is composed of

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FIND the correct statement which shows symptoms of hyperthyroidism?

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Epilepsy and paralysis are:

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How many regions of brain are found in human and other vertebrates

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If a person's pancreas does not make normal quantity of insulin, and we say the person has

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Effectors:

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 How many glands are situated on the posterior side of thyroid gland?

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The location of cerebellum and its function is

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Which parts of brain collectively referred to as brain stem

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Thyroid gland is present

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Hypothalamus lies

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Which one of the following organs is not controlled by autonomic nervous system

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The function of meninges is to protect

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Behind cornea, choroid bends to form a

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Feedback mechanism are of:

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If the production of growth hormone is excessively produced during growing age, this condition is known as

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What do somatic motor pathway control

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The central region of spinal cord is

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Which of the following system is the complimentary system of nervous system

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Based on the property of axons, the nerves are classified into:

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Interneurons have: -

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The brain contains fluid filled ventricles that are continuous with the

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Which system regulates all activities of the body

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 Which one of the followings is a temporary abnormal state of brain marked by convulsions?

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A round hole called pupil is present

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It is required for the production of thyroxin

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Oxytocin

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Which one of the followings is a temporary abnormal state of brain marked by convulsions?

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The diabetes can be controlled by

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Which of following is not an example of stimulus?

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Apart from hearing, what other major body function is performed by the ear

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Tcntany is marked by:

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The adrenal cortex secretes many hormones called

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Hind brain consists of

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The nervous system in man and in other higher animals is composed of:

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Functional disorders are due to:

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Goiter is a disease in which:

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Ovaries secrete:

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Cerbral cortex has divided into

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 Which one of the followings is a temporary abnormal state of brain marked by convulsions?

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Midbrain lies

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Over-production of thyroxine leads to

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In younger people epilepsy may be due to:

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Rise in blood glucose concentration to, a normal set point inhibits the secretion of:

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Brain and spinal cord receive information and send messages through neurons in the form of:

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The organs, tissues, or cells which are specifically built to detect particular type of stimuli are called:

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Which of the following statement is WRONG 

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Which statement is TRUE about cranial nerves

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Which one of the followings is not a function of frontal lobe

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The middle layer of eye is called

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The nucleus and most of the cytoplasm of a neuron is located in its:

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The secretions of endocrine glands are released directly into

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Pupil dilates

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All spinal nerves are

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Sensory pathway

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In human eye, there are about

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 Complete loss of function by one or more muscle groups is:

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In Human ,Hypothalamus is regularly the size of

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Choroid contains blood vessels and gives the

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Pupil constricts

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Eyelids wipe eyes and prevent

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Number of pairs of spinal nerves arise along spinal cord

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Decline in blood glucose concentration to a normal set-point inhibits the secretion of:

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The posterior lobe of pituitary gland secrete hormones which are

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The higher centre of brain controls the

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FIND the wrong statement about Somatic Nervous System

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If  a person, lack iodine in diet, thyroid gland cannot make its hormones, in this condition

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The medicines, which are use in epilepsy termed as:

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Goiter is a disease in which:

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Which statement is FALSE about thalamus

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Goiter is a disease in which:

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Nerves arise or lead to brain and spinal cord, are named as

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Which of the following hormones is responsible for the development of female secondary characters:

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In certain parts of body, the cell bodies of many neurons form a group enveloped by a membrane. This is called:

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The islets of Langerhans secrete two hormones

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Jumping impulses arc also known as:

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 Pons serves as a

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On receiving the message from coordinators, the effector performs action. This action is called:

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Which one of the following hormones is produced by thyroid gland?

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The chemicals through which endocrine system communite with its effectors known as

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In the front, sclera forms the

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Which hormone is termed as emergency hormone

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Nerve cell or neuron is a unit of:

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A nerve means:

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Which protein promotes the regeneration of broken nerve cell?

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Which statement is FALSE about spinal cord

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Which neurons conduct sensory information from receptors towards the CNS?

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How many dendrites and axon present in the motor neurons?

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Ganglia are

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Which one of the following acts as a coordinator and responsible for simple reflexes

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Find the correct statement

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Olfactory bulbs receive impulses from

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Motor neurons carry information from:

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It is a wave of electrochemical changes that travels along the length of neurons:

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The factors that can bring about certain responses in living organisms are known as:

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In chemical coordination, who carry messages from coordinators (endocrine glands) to particular target tissues?

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Which one of the following statements is TRUE about hypothalamus

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Which hormone stimulates the contraction of uterus walls in mother for child birth

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Two roots of spinal nerve unite and form one

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Cere-brospinal fluid is present within

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Estrogen and progesterone are responsible for:

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Nervous coordination is brought by:

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Epilepsy is a nervous disorder in which:

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The major part of pancreas is

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Tetany is due to the:

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The grey matter of nervous system consists of

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The function of temporal lobe is

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Medulla oblongata lies on the top of

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The endocrine glands

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Vascular disorders are due to:

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The degenerating brain cells could be repaired by using:

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Cerebrum is the

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Epilepsy is a nervous disorder in which:

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Schwann cells secrete a

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Today, human insulin produced from bacteria through

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Animals have:

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Adrenal medulla secretes a hormone called

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The structure of eye can be divided into

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Adrenaline is secreted by

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Find the statement which is FALSE about mid-brain

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Which of the following hormones is secreted by adreneal cortex

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How does endocrine system communicate with its effectors

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 Which one of the followings is a temporary abnormal state of brain marked by convulsions?

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The ventral root contains

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Pituitary gland has

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This is NOT a part of the hindbrain

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Formerly, insulin extracted from

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BGC (Blood Glucose Concentration) is used to diagnose

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Nervous coordination produces:

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