The structures that are formed by stacking of organised flattened membranous sacs in the chloroplasts are 

1. cristae

2. grana

3. stroma lamellae

4. stroma

Subtopic:  Plastids |
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The chromosomes in which centromere is situated close to one end are

1. metacentric               

2. acrocentric

3. telocentric                 

4. sub-metacentric

Subtopic:  Nucleus: Chromosomes |
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Select the correct matching in the following pairs.

(1) Smooth ER—Oxidation of phospholipids

(2) Smooth ER—Synthesis of lipids

(3) Rough ER—Synthesis of glycogen

(4) Rough ER—Oxidation of fatty acids

 

Subtopic:  Endomembrane System (Endopasmic Reticulum) |
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Which one of the following is not an inclusion body found in prokaryotes?

1. Phosphate granule

2. Cyanophycean granule

3. Glycogen granule

4. Polysome

Subtopic:  Ribosome and Inclusion Bodies |
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Nuclear envelope is derivative of 

1. smooth endoplasmic reticulum

2. memebrane of Golgi complex

3. microtubles

4. rough endoplasmic reticulum

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Cytochromes are found in

1. matrix of mitochondria

2. outer wall of mitochondria

3. cristae of mitochondria

4. lysosomes

Subtopic:  Mitochondria |
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Which structures perform the function of mitochondria in bacteria?

1. Nucleoid

2. Ribosomes

3. Cell wall

4. Mesosomes

Subtopic:  Mitochondria |
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The solid linear cytoskeletal elements having a diameter of 6nm and made up of a single

type of monomer are known as

1. microtubules

2. microfilaments

3. intermediate filaments

4. lamins

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The osmotic expansion of a cell kept in water is chiefly regulated by

1. mitochondria

2. vacuoles

3. plastids

4. ribosomes

Subtopic:  Vacuole |
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The motile bacteria are able to move by

1. fimbriae

2. flagella

3. cilia

4. pili

Subtopic:  Cilia & Flagella |
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