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CBSE Class 9th Biology Solved MCQs Practice Paper: The Fundamental Unit of Life

Oct 13, 2015 18:12 IST

    Find  the Solved MCQs Practice Paper  for CBSE Class 9th Biology Chapter ‘The Fundamental Unit of Life’. All the questions are framed as per the trend of Semester Assessments. These questions will not only help the students to prepare for exams in a better manner, but will also help them in understanding the depth with which a topic should be studied.

    Few sample questions from the Question Paper are given below:

    1. Mitochondria are sites of

    (a) Aerobic respiration

    (b) Krebs cycle of aerobic respiration

    (c) Glycolysis of aerobic respiration

    (d) Anaerobic respiration

    2. We generally mount the material in the slide

    (a) In the centre of slide

    (b) On the left side of slide

    (c) On the right side of slide

    (d) Both (b) and (c)

    3. In plant cells, cell to cell contact is maintained through

    (a) Tight junctions

    (b) Desmosomes

    (c) Interdigitation

    (d) Plasmodesmata

    4. The organelle not present in human cheek cells is

    (a) Nucleus

    (b) Plasma membrane

    (c) Mitochondria

    (d) Chloroplast

    5. The history of the cell began in 1665 with the publication of Micrographia in London by

    (a) Robert Hooke

    (b) Robert Brown

    (c) Straburger

    (d) Dujardin


    1. (a)

    2. (a)

    3. (a)

    4. (a)

    5. (a)

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