UHS MDCAT 2023 Biology Portion Online Quiz by MDCAT GEEK

This test includes MCQs from UHS mdcat 2023 Past paper.

UHS MDCAT 2023 Biology Online Quiz 

Welcome to the UHS MDCAT 2023 Biology Online Quiz, designed to help you assess and strengthen your understanding of key biological concepts. This interactive quiz features a comprehensive set of questions based on the UHS MDCAT syllabus, allowing you to test your knowledge in a format similar to the actual exam.

Also, attempt UHS MDCAT 2023 Physics portion 

Wrong Answers :

The final destination of lymph is:

Which of the following types of organs are supposed to be functional in ancestral species rather than in present-day species:

The descending aorta is bifurcated into two vessels which on further division from the femoral artery that supplies blood to the thigh muscles of the legs:

ABO blood group is controlled by more than two alleles in a population. This shows that the ABO blood group is an example of:

According to Mendel's Law of Segregation, one individual out of four in the F2 generation had a phenotype that failed to express in _______ generation.

A test cross is made to check the genotype of a trait. Which of the following crosses is a test cross?

During the sliding of actin filaments, ATP is used for?

The cell membrane of muscle cells is:

Irregular striations and involuntary control are related to?

Cartilage is a type of which tissue?

Production of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and Luteinizing Hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland of the female is controlled by:

The term menopause means:

To study sex linkages in Drosophila, Morgan mated white-eyed males with wild-type red-eyed females. What will be the phenotype of the offspring?

Enter on is the characteristic feature of:

The body of which is called metamerically segmented?

Excretion in Planaria takes place by?

Four chambered heart with right systemic arch only is present in?

The movement of water is a lower solute concentration area through a semi-permeable membrane is?

The _________ describes how water and dissolved chemicals are carried through the cell wall and intercellular gaps of plants

Feeding by living in or on other organisms belonging to different species is called?

Which of the following viruses contains single-stranded DNA?

Which one of the following is X-linked dominant disorder?

Only those genes can assort independently whose loci are on:

Smooth muscles are found in all mentioned below except

The method of bringing oxygenated air into contact with a gas exchange surface is called?

The number of layers of cell wall in Gram-positive bacteria is:

Helicobacter pylori is an example of:

Bacterial cells have the ability to maintain their shape through

Which of the following is an example of spiral-shaped bacteria?

All the following are disinfectants to control bacteria growth except:

The function of the hyaluronidase enzyme is:

In human females, what is the small, pear-shaped, muscular, distensible, sac-like organ where gestation takes place?

The labor pains to expel the fetus are due to the action of oxytocin on:

Virus is what type of agent?

The molecules used to control virus during infection of animal cells are:

The provirus of HIV is structurally and chemically made up of?

Which of the following is used in baking?

Which of the following is used in baking?

Which is the major event in the electron transport chain?

Out of 36 ATP, how many are produced in the electron transport chain?

The major enzymes involved in the transfer of the phosphate group from ATP to Glucose is:

__________ forms almost three-fourths of the body by weight

Energy is _______ by the breakdown of complex molecules into simpler ones, such reactions are called catabolic reactions

Biologically ___________ plays key role in maintaining the integrity of lipid bilayer membranes.

The specific heat of vaporization of water plays an important role in the regulation of heat produced by

Which type of bond must be broken for water to vaporize?

Which statement is true regarding both starch and cellulose?

Most of the monosaccharides form a ring structure when in solution. For example, ribose will form a five-cornered ring known as ________:

Cyclosis and amoeboid movements are due to:

Proteins and lipids are modified into glycoproteins and glycolipids by which cell organelle?

Which structure of prokaryotic cell will play the role of mitochondrion?

The cell wall of a prokaryotic cell is composed of:

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