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Question 1
In a healthy adult man the normal diastolic pressure is
A
80 mm Hg
B
90 mm Hg
C
100 mm Hg
D
120 mm Hg
Question 2
In which of the following disorders, blood has a defective hemoglobin?
A
Hematoma
B
Hematuria
C
Hemophilia
D
Sickle cell anemia
Question 3
In which one of the following pair the two items mean one and the same thing?
A
Leucocytes — lymphocytes
B
SA node — pace maker
C
Malleus — anvil
D
Haemophilia — blood cancer
Question 4
Lead concentration in blood is considered alarming if it is
A
10 μg/100 ml
B
4-6 μg/100 ml
C
30 μg/100 ml
D
20 μg/100 ml
Question 5
The difference between systolic and diastolic pressure in human is
A
40 mm Hg
B
80 mm Hg
C
120 mm Hg
D
200 mm Hg
Question 6
Rh –ve person donated blood to Rh +ve person for the second time. Then,
A
Rh –ve person will die.
B
Rh +ve person will die.
C
Rh +ve blood starts reacting to Rh –ve blood.
D
Nothing happens to Rh +ve person.
Question 7
The deposition of lipids on the wall lining the lumen of large and medium sized arteries is referred to as
A
Osteoarthritis
B
Osteoporosis
C
Stokes – Adams Syndrome
D
Atherosclerosis
Question 8
The valves which allow blood to flow from the ventricles into the arteries and not in the opposite direction are
A
Semilunar valve and tricuspid valve
B
Bicuspid and tricuspid valve
C
A.V valve (Atrioventricular valve) and semilunar valve
D
Aortic valve and mitral valve
Question 9
Which of the following matches correctly?
A
Pulmonary artery - Carries deoxygenated blood to the lungs
B
Superior vena cava - Receives deoxygenated blood from the lower body and organs
C
Inferior vena cava - Receives deoxygenated blood from the head and body
D
Hepatic artery - Carries deoxygenated blood to the gut
Question 10
Which of the following sequences is truly a systemic circulation pathway?
A
Right ventricle → pulmonary aorta → tissues → pulmonary veins → left auricle
B
Left auricle → left ventricle → aorta → arteries → tissues → veins → right atrium
C
Left auricle → left ventricle → pulmonary aorta → tissues → right auricle
D
Right auricle → left ventricle → aorta → tissues → veins → right auricle
Question 11
Which one is correct?
A
Blood = Plasma + RBC + WBC + Blood platelets
B
Lymph = Plasma + RBC + WBC
C
Neuron = Cyton + Dendrite + Axon + Synapse
D
Plasma = Blood - lymphocytes
Question 12
Which one of the following is a matching pair? 
A
Pulsation of the radial artery - values in the blood vessels
B
Dup - Sudden opening of semilunar valves at the beginning of ventricular diastole
C
Lubb - Sharp closure of AV valves at the beginning of ventricular systole
D
Initiation of the heart beat - Purkinje fibres
Question 13
Which one of the following sentences is wrong?
A
Small arteries are called arterioles.
B
When arterioles reach the capillaries blood pressure drops.
C
Blood pressure is lower in the arteries than in the arterioles.
D
Small arterioles regulate the flow of blood into each capillary.
Question 14
People living at sea level have around 5 million RBC per cubic millimeter of their blood whereas those living at an altitude of 5400 metres have around 8 million. This is because at high altitude
A
there is more UV radiation which enhances RBC production
B
people eat more nutritive food, therefore more RBCs are formed
C
people get pollution-free air to breathe and more oxygen is available
D
atmospheric O2 level is less and hence more RBCs are needed to absorb the required amount of O2 to survive
Question 15

Assertion: Smaller the organism higher is the rate of metabolism per gram weight.

Reason: The heart rate of a six month old baby is much higher than that of an old person. 

A
Both Assertion and Reason are true and the Reason is the correct explanation of the Assertion.
B
Both Assertion and Reason are true but the Reason is not the correct explanation of the Assertion.
C
Assertion is true statement but Reason is false.
D
Both Assertion and Reason are false statements.
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24 thoughts on “Body Fluids and Circulation: Quiz – 6

  • Shiphrah Samuel

    I think in Q.15 the reason is not a correct explanation of the assertion.. they are both two individual statements

  • margi bathwar

    no i think that in q.8 its asked for the flow of ventricles and arteries becoz when blood enters the ventricles there is the movement of the blood frm auricles to ventricles is anterioventricular valves and from ventricles to arteries it is the semilunar valves.. so the answer is correct as per my view

  • mansi kothari

    i think Q 8 answer should be b not c as it prevents the back flow of blood its is done by tricuspid and bicuspid valve.. so can you check the ans
    wer…

  • dibesh kumar

    I think q.. the ans .of q… 8 is wrong….dt z may be 2..
    Because bicus pid and tricuspid wall between artery and ventricle prevent back flow of blood

  • Priya varma

    I think I have studied circulation chapter on this site only!!!!!!!Really PHADU questions with cool answers

  • Mohini

    the assertion reason’s answer should be (2)

    • avj

      it’s answer is first one itself .because, smaller organisms has has higher rate of metabolism

      • Sakshat ravindra

        The answer shud be b because reason is not a correct explanation for the assertion

    • thermonuclearusion

      i also agree that answer of A-R qustn should be 2 bcoz though the metabolic rate of smaller organisms is higher but the reason does not correctly explain why is it so.

    • Sakshat ravindra

      Question 8 all options are wrong . The valves which allow the flow of blood from ventricles to arteries are the pulmonary and the aortic semilunar valves

      I think q15 answer should be (b)

      • SANJEEVANI

        YEAH I ALSO GO WITH SAKSHAT RAVINDRA ,THE ANSWER FOR Q15 SHOULD BE (B)

  • Hamita

    Sir, i need d ques pattern for physics n chemistry with d weightage of ques in percentage allocated for each topics in 11th n 12th syllabus. plz… snd me d ques pattern……

  • snehal

    i think simran is right,there is a clumping of blood and Rh+ve person will die

  • simran

    sir,i think 6 ques is not correct……..if a rh-ve person donates blood to rh +ve person…then there is clumping of blood…….same as it happens in erythroblastosis foetalis….

    • Minal

      I think u r right simran. i also want to know y the quest is wrong……..

      • sanyam

        when an rh+ person is given rh- blood the body will not react n d blood will come out with waste materials but in d opposite case agglutination will occur!!

        • vrushal

          Rh+ has the D antigen but Rh- does not have any antigen in the surface of rbc so when Rh- give his his blood to Rh+ their is no immunogenic response.

    • bigd

      you are thinking far away from question… Can it be harmful for person? NO reactions, it will taken out from body. AND NOBODY WILL DIE! What a stupid options 1 and 2…!