NEET Foundation Material for Class-VIII ,NEET Botany,Zoology,Physics,Chemistry

NEET Foundation Test -1

NEET Foundation Test -1

1. Organisms that reproduce by budding are


2. Awareness to surroundings found in organisms is called


3. Which of the following is a defining characteristic of living organisms?


4. ___ is a taxonomic aid which contains the actual account of habitat and distribution of plants of a given area and also provides the index to the plant species found in a particular area.


5. Information on any one taxon only is found in


6. A pair of contrasting characters in keys is called


7. Identify the correct ascending sequence of taxonomic categories


8. Scientific names to the plants are given based on the principles provided by


9. Lowest and highest taxonomic categories respectively are


10. The author of Systema Naturae is


11. Lead is


12. Which of the following organisms do not reproduce?


13. Binomial nomenclature includes


14. A unit of classification is generally referred as


15. Lowest category in both plant and animal kingdom is


16. National botanical Research Institute is located at


17. Plant specimens that are dried pressed and preserved on sheets are found in


18. Taxon Family is placed between


19. Plants differ from animals in having


20. Phylogeny refers to


21. Which among the following has largest number of organism?


22. Indian botanical Garden is located at


23. The emergent properties of tissues are due to the


24. The splitting of Amoeba into two is best described as an example of


25. Which of the following statements regarding universal rules of nomenclature is wrong ?


26. Which organisms grow by cell elongation and multiply by cell division


27. Match the following

1) Hydra
2) Filamentous Algae
3) Bacteria

A) Spores
B) Budding
C) Fragmentation
D) Binary fission


28. What is the common name of Mangifera indica


29. What is the scientific name of potato


30. The name of a plant order ends with


31. Orders like Malvales, Resales, Polemoniales are included in the class


32. The collected specimes are carried in a box called


33. _________ are useful in providing information for identification of many of species found in an area


34. The number of characters from species to kingdom


35. Biological names are generally written in


36. The word systematics in derived from the latin word


37. The term taxonomy was coined by


38. The number of species that are known and described ranges between


39. Process of classification is called


40. Plant families like convolvulaceae, solanaceae are included in the order


41. __ also serve as quick referral system in taxonomical studies


42. An artificial environment that supports the growth outside the living organism is called


43. The first word denoting the genus, starts with a


44. Identify the characters which are seen in animals

A) Cell with large vacuole
B) Autotrophic nutrition
C) Cell with cell wall
D) Heterotrophic nutrition
E) Cell with leucoplast
F) Cell with cell membrane


45. Identify the correct pair

A) Spore formation – Hydra
B) Fragmentation : Algae
C) Budding – yeast
D) Binary fission – Amoeba


46. Find out the wrong statement from the following

A) Herbart Spencer coined the term “Paleontology”
B) Zoology is studies as a pure science and it has application in other branches
C) All animal are heterotrophs except birds
D) Whittaker placed Eukaryotic – unicellular organisms under kingdom “Monera”


47. Match the following

A) A.P De Candolle
B) Bateson
C) Herbert spencer
D) Eamst Haekel


I) Ecology
II) Organic evolution
III) Embryology
IV) Taxonomy
V) Genetics



48. Arrange the following in an order, regarding the Holozoic nutrition

A) Assimilation
B) Ingestion
C) Digestion
D) Absorption


49. Expand ICZN


50. Holozoic nutrition involves


51. If the student wants to study the development of zygote, internal structure and function of various parts to assign the organism to a particular pylum, the student takes the help of following branches


52. Microanatomy is the


53. Kingdom animalia is characterised by


54. Heterotrophic. eukaryotic organisms are included under the kingdom


55. Read the following statements

i) Lamarck coined the term biology
ii) Morphology deals with the form size, shape and colour of organisms
iii) Cytology is the study of tissues

Correct options from the above is /are


56. Arrange the following in an order


57. Read the following statements

I. Evolution helps to study the origin of life
II. Genetics helps to study the heredity and variations
III. Ecology deals with the interactions among biotic and abiotic factors.

Correct statement is/are


58. Which of the following is correct regarding binomial nomenclature


59. Study the following

A) Study of microscopic structure of tissues is- Microanatomy
B) Evolution deals with gradual changes that occur in the organisms through geological time.
C) Haeckel corned the term Genetics, where as Bateson coined the term Ecology
D) Study of ancient remains of dead organisms of past geological ages is called paleontology.

Correct combination is


60. Naming of organisms can be done under the guidelines of


61. Identify the incorrect pair


62. Aristotle classified the animals


63. The mode of nutrition which depends on dead and decaying organisms is


64. Find out the correct statement from the following

A) The percentage of total volume occupied by WBC is called “packed cell volume”
B) Plasma is equivalent to matrix of other connective tissues but lacks fibres
C) Plasma consists of about 90 – 92 % water and 8-10% of solutes.
D) Plasma also contains heparin, which helps to the coagulation of blood inside blood vessels.


65. 68. Match the following

A) Irregular nucleus I) Neutrophils
B) No nucleus II) Lympocytes
C) Bilobed nucleus III) Erythrocyles
D) Many lobed nucleus IV) Basophils



66. Find out the correct combinations which are related lo functions of plasma

A) Maintaining of blood pH, prevention of blood loss
B) Transport, retention of fluid in blood
C) Uniform distribution of heal, body immunity
D) Conduction of heat to skin, prevention of blood loss


67. Match the following

A) Proteins in plasma I) 90 % – 92 %
B) Salts in plasma II) 1 .5 % – 2%
C) Water in plasma III) 7 – 8 %
D) Globulin in plasma IV) 0.9 %
                                       V) 4.4 %



68. Blood is a kind of


69. Arrange the following in the ascending order based on their percentage

A) Basophils
B) Lymphocytes
C) Acidophils
DJ Monocytes
E) Neutrophiis


70. Most abundant and widely distributed tissue in the body is


71. pH of blood plasma is


72. Fall in the level of plasma proteins in blood leads to


73. Acid – base buffers in blood plasma are


74. By volume, percentage of blood corpuscles in blood is


75. Matrix of the blood is


76. Anticoagulant present in the blood is


77. The study of blood is called


78. Cholesterol is used in the synthesis of


79. Plasma – clotting factors =


80. Fibrinogen and Prothrombin in the blood plasma act as


81. Immuno globulin in the plasma act as


82. Find the incorrect combination


83. The straw coloured fluid formed after blood clotting is called


84. Blood – Formed elements = ?


85. Which of the following is the most abundant formed element


86. Production of blood corpuscles is termed


87. Find out the defence proteins in plasma


88. Pascal is the unit of


89. Among the following derived units are


90. Force has dimensions of mass as


91. The smallest unit among the following


92. Magnitude of the quantity (P)


93. The dimensional formula MLT-2 represents


94. 1 par sec =


95. Which of the following is not a unit of time

a) par sec
b)Light year
c) micron
d) second


96. Angstrom is the unit to measure


97. If P is Fermi unit and Q is micron, then (P/Q) =


98. If the units of length, mass and time are doubled, the unit of force will be


99. The fundamental unit which is common in CGS and SI is


100. A standard unit should be

a) Consistent
b) reproducible
c) invariable
d) easily available for usage


101. Work done depends on force applied (F) and displacement produced (S) and W is ∝ F a Sb then the order of a,b is


102. Among the following, the derived quantities in S.I are

i) Luminous intensity
ii) Speed
iii) Force
iv) Mass


103. kg m s-1 is the unit of


104. Match the following

a) Force p) joule
b) Energy q) m2
c) Area r) radian
d) plane angle s) Newton


105. The set of quantities which cannot form a group of fundamental quantities in any system of measurement is


106. The multiplication factor 10 3 is referred as


107. Choose the correct statement


108. kgm-2S-2 is the unit of


109. The symbol of the unit of Pascal


110. If X represents peta and Y represents giga then (X/Y) represents


111. Among the following, the arrangement of multiples in increasing order is


112. Among the following units used to measure power


113. 25ms-1 is equal to_______kmph.,


114. The equation describing the motion of a particle along Y-axis is given by y = At2 – Bt3. Find the dimension of B


115. Among the following units used to measure the time are


116. The set of quantities which can form a group of fundamental quantities in any system of measurement is


117. The unit of magnetic flux is


118. The amount of heal energy loser or gained by a substance is measured by using by unit


119. Among the following, the smallest unit of time is


120. All the symbols of fundamental units should be written as


121. The SI unit of luminous Intensity is


122. Force applied on a body depends on mass of the body (m) and acceleration (a)produced such that F is ∝ m xay then the order of x,y is


123. The prefix centi denote the multiplication factor


124. The physical quantities which have no dimensions


125. Among the following, which is not the unit of time


126. The distance travelled by the light in the time of one year is


127. For a physical quantity U1, U2, are units and N1, N2 are their numerical values in two different systems then


128. Write the ascending order of the units of length given below.

a) Fermi
b) Micron
c) Angstrom
d) Nanometer


129. The dimensions of a physical quantity represent


130. The angle subtended at the centre of a sphere by its surface is called


131. A and B are the numerical values of a physical quantity and C and D are its units in two systems of measurement. If C>D, then


132. An example of a compound is


133. Symbol —- Element
A) Hg i)Kalium
B) K ii) Einsteinium
C)Ti iii) Bohrium
D) Fe iv) Titanium
E)Ni v) Hydrargyrum


134. Set -A ——Set – B

A) Mass of proton i) -1 .602 x 10-19 coulomb
B) Charge of electron ii)4 .8x-10 esu
C) Mass of neutron iii) 1 .008665 amu
D) Charge of proton iv) 1 .007277 amu
E) Mass of electron v)9 .1 x 10-31 kg



135. Among the following, the elements with odd number of neutrons is


136. Element——- Atomic number
A) Li i)28
B)F ii)26
C) Ti iii) 3
E)Ni v)9


137. The longest period in the periodic table is


138. Symbol of the element—— Group number
A) Al i)IA
B)Na ii) IVA
C) Be iii)VA
D)C iv) IIIA


139. The maximum number of electrons that can be accommodated in a 3d subshell is


140. The increasing order of energy of the orbitals 4d, 5s. 4s, 3d is


141. The increasing order of energy of the orbitals 3s,3p,3d,4s is


142. 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s1 is the electronic configuration of


143. Element—– Electronic configuration
A)O i)1s22s22p63s23p4
B)F ii) 1s22s22p63s23p2
C)S iii)1s2 2s1
D)Li iv) 1s22s22p4
E)S v) 1s22s22p5


144. The valency of Hydrogen in CH4 is


145. Valency of Nitrogen in NH3 is


146. Valency of Au in Aucl3 is


147. Compound———— Valency of central atom
A) CO2 i) 1
B) H2O ii)2
C)NH 3 iii) 3
D) HCl , iv) 4


148. The oxidation number of Ca in all its compounds is


149. The oxidation number of P in P4 is


150. The oxidation number of P in P4 is


151. The oxidation number of chromium in K 2Cr2O 7


152. Compound——Oxidation number of oxygen
A)OF2 i)-2
B)O2F2 ii)-1
C) H2O iii)+1
D) H2O2 iv) + 2


153. Compound–Oxidation number of sulphur
A) H2S i) + 2
B) SO2 ii)-2
C)SO3 iii) + 4
D) SCl2iv) + 6
Codes: ABCD


154. Assertion (A) : Chalk is an example of matter.

Reason (R) : Anything which occupies space and has mass is matter.


155. Assertion (A) : Lanthanoids and actinoids belong to IIIB group.
Reason (R) : Lanthanoids belong to VI period and actinoids belong to VII period.


156. Assertion (A): Maximum number of electrons in the third shell is 18
Reason (R) : The capacity of s, p and d sub shells is 2, 6 and 10 respectively.


157. Assertion (A): In all compounds, the oxidation number of IA Group elements is’+ 1′. (except H)
Reason (R): IA group elements are highly electronegative.


158. Which of the following element contains 1e-1 in s – orbital of 4th shell and 10 e-1 in d orbital of M – shell


159. A pure substance can only be


160. The most abundant element in earth’s crust is


161. Which one of the elements is not found in nature ?


162. Which one of the following is not an element ?


163. Assertion (A): Valency of nitrogen in NH3 is 3 .
Reason (R) : Combining capacity of nitrogen is 3 .


164. Which of the following element is not named after a planet


165. Arrange the following in the increasing order of oxidation state of Mn
i) Mn+2
iii) KMnO4
iv) K2MnO4


166. Oxidation state of carbon in HCHO will be


167. Which of the following has least oxidation state of Fe?


168. Oxidation state of chlorine in HClO4 and HClO3 are


169. Oxidation number of carbon in Glucose


170. Oxidation number of chromium in CrO5


171. Oxidation number of sulphur in hypo, Na2S2O3 is


172. The average oxidation state of carbon in C3O2 (carbon – suboxide)


173. Oxidation number of C in CH4, CH3Cl, CH2Cl2, CHCl3 and CCl4 are respectively


174. VI A group elements are commonly known as


175. In periodic table the rare earth elements belongs to