Respiratory Quotient is

  1. Volume of Carbon-dioxide evolved
  2. Ratio of volume of oxygen consumed to volume of Carbon-dioxide evolved
  3. Ratio of volume of Carbon-dioxide evolved to the volume of oxygen consumed
  4. Ratio of volume of oxygen evolved to volume of Carbon-dioxide consumed
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The value of respiratory Quotient actually depends upon

  1. The type of respiratory substrate used
  2. The place in which respiration is occurring
  3. The amount of ventilation
  4. Breathing surface
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For the substrate Glucose, how many Oxygen are used and how many Carbon-dioxide are evolved?

  1. 3,3
  2. 6,3
  3. 3,6
  4. 6,6
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Tripalmitin

Which of the following is wrong?

  1. A fatty acid
  2. C51 H98 O6
  3. C48 H96 O5
  4. Both A and C
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How many Carbon-dioxide are evolved in respiration of two molecules of Tripalmitin?

  1. 102
  2. 145
  3. 98
  4. 6
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How many Oxygen are used in the respiration of  two molecules of Tripalmitin?

  1. 145
  2. 102
  3. 98
  4. 6
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RQ is 0.7; it can be

  1. Carbohydrate
  2. Protein
  3. Fatty Acid
  4. Both A and C
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The RQ of a substrate is found to be 0.9 what would be that substrate?

  1. Carbohydrate
  2. Fatty Acid
  3. Lipid
  4. Protein
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Which of the following is not correct?

  1. In living organisms, respiratory substrates are often more than one
  2. Pure proteins and fats can also be used as respiratory substrate
  3. Fermentation takes place under anaerobic conditions in many prokaryotes, unicellular Eukaryotes and in germinating seeds
  4. Oxygen is the ultimate acceptor of electrones and it gets reduced to water
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Respiratory Quotient

  1. Some Ratio
  2. Some amount of oxygen
  3. Some amount of carbon dioxide
  4. Cannot be one
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