NCERT Digestion Absorption MCQs,PDFs,model,mock Biology Test NEET

Digestion and Absorption Mock Exam-1

Question No:1

The process of conversion of complex food substances to simple absorbable forms is called

[A] Egestion
[B] Digestion
[C] Ingestion
[D] Assimilation



Question No:2

The major components of our food are

[A] Carbohydrates
[B] Proteins
[C] Fats
[D] All



Question No:3

Which of the following substances do not get digested in our digestive system?

[A] Carbohydrates
[B] Proteins and fats
[C] Vitamins and minerals
[D] All



Question No:4

Which of the following are important for our body but required in less amount?

[A] Vitamins and minerals
[B] Proteins
[C] Fats
[D] Carbohydrates



Question No:5

Which of the following is a function of food?

[A] Providing energy to the body
[B] Providing organic materials for growth and repair of tissues
[C] Providing organic materials for repair of tissues
[D] All



Question No:6

Digestion in our body takes place by means of

[A] Biochemical method
[B] Mechanical method
[C] Both of the above
[D] Chemical method



Question No:7

Which of the following molecules are not utilized by our body in their original form?

[A] All biomacromolecule
[B] All biomicromolecule
[C] Biomolecules having molecular weight less than 1000 dalton
[D] All



Question No:8

Human digestive system consists of

[A] alimentary canal
[B] associated glands
[C] both of the above
[D] gastrointestinal tract only



Question No:9

The role of water in our body is to

[A] act as medium for transport of substances
[B] provide medium for all metabolic reactions
[C] prevent dehydration of body
[D] all



Question No:10

The anterior opening of alimentary canal is

[A] anus
[B] mouth
[C] vestibule
[D] pupil



Question No:11

The posterior opening of alimentary canal is

[A] anus
[B] mouth
[C] vestibule
[D] pupil



Question No:12

Teeth of human are

[A] thecodont
[B] diphyodont
[C] heterodont
[D] all



Question No:13

If tooth is embedded in a socket of jaw bone than it is known as

[A] thecodont
[B] diphyodont
[C] heterodont
[D] all



Question No:14

Marasmus is found in

[A] infant
[B] adult
[C] old age person
[D] all



Question No:15

In majority of mammals, including human, two sets of teeth get formed during their life time. These teeth are called

[A] thecodont
[B] hetrodont
[C] diphyodont
[D] lophodont