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Respiration in plants Mock Test-1

Question No:1

Partial oxidation of glucose without the help of oxygen into pyruvic acid is known as

[A] glycolysis
[B] Kreb’s cycle
[C] ETS
[D] all



Question No:2

Scheme of glycolysis is given by

[A] Embden
[B] Meyerhof
[C] Parnas
[D] All



Question No:3

Which of the following is correct about glycolysis (BMP pathway)?

[A] It is a common path for aerobic and anaerobic respiration
[B] It occurs in cytoplasm
[C] O2 is not required for process
[D] All



Question No:4

Glycolysis occur in how many controlled steps

[A] 1
[B] 5
[C] 10
[D] 15



Question No:5

In plant the end product of photosynthesis is

[A] sucrose
[B] starch
[C] glycogen
[D] glucose



Question No:6

Sucrose is converted to glucose and fructose by enzyme:

[A] Maltase
[B] Invertase
[C] Lactase
[D] Hexokinase



Question No:7

Glucose —> Glu-6-phosphate occur due to enzyme

[A] Hexokinase
[B] Oxidase
[C] Hydrolase
[D] Lysase



Question No:8

Common to all living organism is

[A] Kreb’s cycle
[B] BMP pathway
[C] ETC
[D] All



Question No:9

1 molecule of glucose on glycolysis produces

[A] 2 molecule of pyruvic acid
[B] 1 molecule of pyruvic acid
[C] 2 molecule of CO2
[D] 2 molecule of O2



Question No:10

Which of the following is a energy yielding process?

[A] 2-phosphoglycerate to 2-phosphoenol pyruvate
[B] Frutose to Fructose-6-phosphate
[C] Phosphoenol pyruvic acid to pyruvic acid
[D] Frutose 1, 6-biphosphate to PGAL and DHAP



Question No:11

Yeast poisons themselves to death when alcohol concentration reaches to …… hi alcoholic fermentation,

[A] 2%
[B] 10%
[C] 13%
[D] 20%



Question No:12

Lactic acid fermentation occurs in

[A] some bacteria
[B] muscle cell under anaerobic condition
[C] both (a) and (b)
[D] aerobic condition



Question No:13

How much % of energy released in fermentation?

[A] <1%
[B] <7%
[C] >10%
[D] > 20%



Question No:14

Which of the following relation shows substrate level phosphorylation?

[A] Citric acid —> a-ketoglutaric acid
[B] Malic acid —> oxalo-acetic acid
[C] α-ketoglutaric acid —> Succinyl Co A
[D] Succinyl-Co A —> Succinic acid



Question No:15

Which of the following is a ‘5C’ compound?

[A] Oxaloacetic acid
[B] Citric acid
[C] α-ketoglutaric acid
[D] Succinic acid