NCERT Biology MCQs for NEET

NCERT Biology MCQs Question Answer for NEET

NCERT Biology MCQs for NEET Exam 2022 – 23. Here we have given answer with Explanation.

NCERT Based Biology MCQ for NEET Exam from Class 11, 12 NCERT Textbook (Biology).

Class XI

Chapter 1

  1. What is ‘living’?
  2. Diversity in the living world
  3. Taxonomic categories
  4. Taxonomic aids

Chapter 2

  1. Kingdom Monera
  2. Kingdom Protista
  3. Kingdom Fungi
  4. Kingdom Plantae
  5. Kingdom Animalia
  6. Viruses, Viroids and Lichens

Chapter 3

  1. Algae
  2. Bryophytes
  3. Pteridophytes
  4. Gymnosperms
  5. Angiosperms
  6. Plant life cycles and Alteration of Generations

Chapter 4

  1. Levels of Organization
  2. Symmetry
  3. Diploblastic and Triploblastic Organization
  4. Coelom
  5. Segmentation and Notochord
  6. Phylum Porifera
  7. Phylum Ctenophora
  8. Phylum Platyhelminthes
  9. Phylum Aschelminthes
  10. Phylum Annelida
  11. Phylum Arthropoda
  12. Phylum Mollusca
  13. Phylum Echinodermata
  14. Phylum Hemichordata
  15. Phylum chordata
  16. Class Chondrichthyes
  17. Class Osteichthyes
  18. Class Amphibia
  19. Class Reptilia
  20. Class Aves
  21. Class Mammalia

Chapter 5

  1. The root
  2. The stem
  3. The Leaf
  4. The Inflorescence
  5. The flower
  6. The fruit
  7. The seed
  8. Semi-technical
  9. Description of aTypical Flowering Plant
  10. Fabaceae
  11. Solanaceae
  12. Liliaceae

Chapter 6

  1. Meristematic tissue
  2. Permanent Tissue
  3. Epithelial tissue system
  4. The ground tissue system
  5. The vascular tissue system
  6. Anatomy of Dicotyledonous root
  7. Anatomy of monocotyledonous root
  8. Dicotyledonous stem
  9. Monocotyledonous stem
  10. Dorsiventral (Dicotyledonous) leaf
  11. Isobilateral (Monocotyledonous) leaf
  12. Secondary growth
  13. Secondary growth in roots

Chapter 7

  1. Animal Tissue
  2. Epithelial tissue
  3. Connective tissue
  4. Muscle tissue
  5. Neural tissue
  6. Organ and Organ system
  7. Earthworm
  8. Anatomy of earth worm
  9. Cockroach
  10. Anatomy of Cockroach
  11. Frogs
  12. Anatomy of Frog

Chapter 8

  1. Cell
  2. Prokaryotic cell
  3. Eukaryotic cell
  4. Cell membrane
  5. Cell wall
  6. Endomembrane system
  7. Mitochondria
  8. Plastids
  9. Ribosome
  10. Cytoskeleton
  11. Cilia and Flagella
  12. Centrosome and centrioles
  13. Nucleus
  14. Microbodies

Chapter 9

  1. How to Analyze Chemical Composition
  2. Primary and Secondary metabolites
  3. Biomacromolecules
  4. Proteins
  5. Polysaccharides
  6. Nucleic acid
  7. Structure of proteins
  8. Nature of bond linking monomers in polymer
  9. Dynamic state of body constituents
  10. Metabolic Basis for Living
  11. The living State
  12. Enzymes

Chapter 10

  1. Cell cycle
  2. M Phase
  3. Meiosis

Chapter 11

  1. Means of Transport
  2. Plant water relation
  3. Long distance transport of water
  4. Transpiration
  5. Phloem transport: flow from source to sink

Chapter 12

  1. Methods toStudy theMineralRequirements ofPlants
  2. Essential Mineral Elements
  3. Mechanism of Absorption of elements
  4. Translocation of solutes
  5. Soil as Reservoir of Essential Elements
  6. Metabolism of Nitrogen

Chapter 13

  1. Photosynthesis
  2. Involved pigments in photosynthesis
  3. Light reaction
  4. The electron transport
  5. ATP and NADPH
  6. The C4 pathway
  7. Photorespiration
  8. Factors affecting photosynthesis

Chapter 14

  1. Plant breathing
  2. Glycolysis
  3. Fermentation
  4. Aerobic respiration
  5. The respiratory balance sheet
  6. Amphibolic pathway
  7. Respiratory Quotient

Chapter 15

  1. Plant growth
  2. Differentiation, Dedifferentiation and Redifferentiation
  3. Development
  4. Plant growth regulators
  5. Photoperiodism
  6. Vernalisation

Chapter 16

  1. Digestive system
  2. Digestion of food
  3. Absorption and Digested products
  4. Disorders of Digestive system

Chapter 17

  1. Respiratory organs
  2. Mechanism of breathing
  3. Exchange of gases
  4. Transport of gases
  5. Regulation of respiration
  6. Disorders of respiratory system

Chapter 18

  1. Blood
  2. Lymph (Tissue fluid)
  3. Circulatory pathways
  4. Double circulation
  5. Regulation of cardiac activity
  6. Disorders of circulatory system

Chapter 19

  1. Human excretory system
  2. Urine formation
  3. Functions of the tubules
  4. Mechanism of concentration of the filtrate
  5. Regulation of Kidney function
  6. Micturition
  7. Role of other organs in the excretion
  8. Disorders of the excretory system

Chapter 20

  1. Types of movement
  2. Muscle
  3. Skeletal system
  4. Joints
  5. Disorders of muscular and skeletal system

Chapter 21

  1. Neural system
  2. Human neural system
  3. Neuron as structural and functional unit of neural system
  4. Central neural system
  5. Reflex action and reflex arc
  6. Sensory reception and processing

Chapter 22

  1. Endocrine glands and hormones
  2. Human endocrine system
  3. Hormones of Heart, kidney and Gastrointestinal tract
  4. Mechanism of Hormone action

Class XII

Chapter 1

  1. Asexual reproduction
  2. Sexual reproduction

Chapter 2

  1. Flower- a fascinating organ of angiosperms
  2. Pre-fertilisation: structures and events
  3. Pollination
  4. Double fertilization
  5. Endosperm
  6. Embryo
  7. Seed
  8. Apomixis and Polyembryony

Chapter 3

  1. Male reproductive system
  2. Female reproductive system
  3. Gametogenesis
  4. Menstrual cycle
  5. Fertilization and Implantation
  6. Pregnancy and embryonic development
  7. Parturition and lactation

Chapter 4

  1. Reproductive Health problems and Strategies
  2. Population explosion and birth control
  3. Medical termination of pregnancy
  4. Sexually transmitted diseases
  5. Infertility

Chapter 5

  1. Mendel’s laws of Inheritance
  2. Inheritance of one gene
  3. Inheritance of two genes
  4. Sex determination
  5. Mutation
  6. Genetic Dosorders

Chapter 6

  1. The DNA
  2. The search for genetic material
  3. RNA world
  4. Replication
  5. Transcription
  6. Genetic code
  7. Translation
  8. Regulation of gene expression
  9. Human Genome project
  10. DNA fingerprinting

Chapter 7

  1. Origin of life
  2. Evolution of life forms –A theory
  3. What are the evidences for evolution?
  4. What is adaptive radiation?
  5. Biological evolution
  6. Mechanism of evolution
  7. Hardy-weinberg principle
  8. A brief account of evolution
  9. Origin and evolution of man

Chapter 8

  1. Common diseases in humans
  2. Immunity
  3. AIDS
  4. Cancer
  5. Drugs and Alcohol abuse

Chapter 9

  1. Animal husbandry
  2. Plant breeding
  3. Single cell proteins
  4. Tissue culture

Chapter 10

  1. Microbes in Household
  2. Microbes in industrial products
  3. Microbes in sewage treatment
  4. Microbes in Production of Biogas
  5. Microbes as Biocontrol agents
  6. Microbes as Biofertilisers

Chapter 11

  1. Principles of biotechnology
  2. Tools of recombinant DNA technology
  3. Cloning vectors
  4. Processes of Recombinant DNA technology

Chapter 12

  1. Biotechnological applications in agriculture
  2. Biotechnological applications in medicine
  3. Transgenic animals
  4. Ethical issues

Chapter 13

  1. Organisms and its environment
  2. Response to abiotic factors
  3. Adaptation
  4. Populations
  5. Population growth
  6. Population interaction

Chapter 14

  1. Biodiversity
  2. Patterns of biodiversity
  3. Biodiversity conservation

Chapter 16

  1. Air pollution and Its control
  2. Water pollution and Its control
  3. Solid wastes
  4. Agro-chemicals and their effects
  5. Radioactive wastes
  6. Greenhouse effect and global warming
  7. Ozone depletion in the stratosphere
  8. Degradation by improper resource utilisation and maintenance
  9. Deforestation

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