|Book Name : Biology
Chapter No. 01
Chapter Name : GASEOUS EXCHANGE
Book Version : New book Printed in 2018
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 : 125
Total Marks : 125
Total Time : 62.30 minutes
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Prior to the discovery of antibiotic:
Pneumonia is an infection of:
What are alveoli?
Which organ is made up of air-carrying tubes and tiny sacs?
The nasal cavity is divided into two portion:
After the passage of time, symptoms of emphysema becomes severe such as
What is another name for the windpipe?
Which type of chemicals are used in the treatment of asthma?
The pores in the layers of the bark is called:
Which statement is correct about diaphragm?
The nose encloses a:
Bronchitis is a disease of which of the following organ?
Fatigue, shortness of breadth, weight loss and recurrent respiratory infections are symptoms of:
In acute bronchitis patients recover with
In the developing world, smoking is rising by:
What is the duration of acute bronchitis?
Which process does NOT occur in the nasal cavity?
How many types bronchitis has?
In human and other higher animals the exchange of gases is carried out by the:
The trachea and bronchi are lined with:
What is the respiratory system?
Larynx is present:
During exercise or hard physical works:
A sac like structure lined by single layer of epithelial cells is known as...
The patient suffering pneumonia, his/her skin color is:
The foreign particles with mucus are sent to oral cavity from where it may either
The right lung is:
Which organs leaves and young stems have for the gasses exchange?
What is function of lenticles?
Why is the rate of respiratory disorder high in Pakistan?
Which vibrations and movements result in speech
Common cause of pneumonia is:
Lungs are situated in the:
The left lung is slightly
According to WHO the rates of smoking in developed world have:
Which cells of leaves carrying out photosynthesis and respiration in day-time?
Lowering of diaphragm results in:
Pharynx extends to the opening of:
Function of cartilage rings in trachea:
A cluster of pouches in which alveolar duct opens is called:
Some gaseous exchange in young stem and leaves occurs through.
In aerobic respiration:
Bronchioles end as fine tubules called:
What is true about glottis?
Point out the FALSE statement about respiration
In chronic bronchitis, the bronchi develop:
The rate of breathing is controlled by the
What is amount of oxygen in inspired air?
Larynx continues to the:
Lung cancer is a disease of:
In which group the entire surface is covered by bark?
The respiratory centre is sensitive to the:
Amount of CO2 in inspired air?
The other name of larynx is:
What are the allergens?
A disease involving the breakdown of air sacs of the lungs is
What type of blood vessels surrounds the alveoli?
When you inhale, your lungs:
After gaseous exchange in the lungs,impure air is expelled out in:
What is the purpose of the little hair inside the nose?
How deos nasal cavity filter the dust particles from the air?
The chest wall is made up of
Bronchi have in their walls
Gaseous exchange is defined as:
Organisms get oxygen, from environment and provide it to their cells. It is needed for
In normal circumstances, human breathe:
What is the shape of the rings present in trachea?
Where does the gaseous exchange occur in humans?
What is the percentage of heart disease in non-smokers? (who are exposed to passive smoke)
Inflammation of bronchi or bronchioles is known as:
Which of the following cancer is responsible for more than 1.3 million deaths worldwide annually?
Which of the following are the symptoms of bronchitis?
Trachea is a long tube and its length is:
Who has called to government to stop tobacco advertising to prevent the youth?
The process of gaseous exchange involves...
What does cigratte smoke contain?
Two pair of fibrous bands across the larynx are called:
Which gas is produced during cellular respiration and taken out from the cells?
How many phases involve in breathing?
Which surface of human body is formed by alveoli?
How many bronchi are there in the air passageway?
All alveoli on one side constitute a:
Tobacco smoke contains:
Which of the following carries the oxygenated blood back to the heart?
If person stops smoking, what will happen with his health?
Major symptoms of asthma include:
The majority of people diagnosed with chronic bronchitis are:
The risk of lung cancer is significantly lower in:
Rib muscles are known as
Why does the skin colour of pneumonia patient change to dusky?
The primary goal in the prevention of lung cancer is:
In which form organisms need energy for their activities?
The nasal cavity opens into the:
Which of the following movement is involuntary?
Which of the following are the stages of respiration in correct order?
The main cause of lung cancer include:
Which are the symptoms of lung cancer?
The symptoms of pneumonia include:
The process in which animals take oxygen from environment and give out the air for getting rid of CO2 is called?
The primary chemical stimulus for breathing is the concentration of;
Cellular respiration is a process in which CII bonds in food are broken by:
How vocal cords vibrate and produce sounds?
Which characteristic has put human beings superior to all?
How pneumonia can be treat?
In smokers tooth loss is:
Destruction of the walls of alveoli is known as:
When the world tobacco day is celebrated every year?
Which is a box like structure and made up of cartilage?
If pnevmonia affects both lungs it is called:
Which of the following statement is correct about breathing?
When the platelets increase than normal number, they make the
Our muscle cells carry out cellular respiration at greater rate when we do
Which structure actively helps in taking the air out of lungs?
Most of the gaseous exchange in a leaf occurs through;
The percentage of respiratory disorders is particularly high in:
Bronchitis is caused by:
On entering chest cavity, trachea is divided into:
When you breathe out, what gas does the body get rid of?
Nasal cavity opens to the outside through the opening is called:
In how many parts we can divide respiratory system?
Opening and closing of stomata controls:
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