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All Chapter 1 Marks

11th Standard

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Biology

Time : 02:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 110
    Answer All The Following Question:
    110 x 1 = 110
  1. Which one of the following statement about virus is correct?

    (a)

    Possess their own metabolic system

    (b)

    They are facultative parasites

    (c)

    They contain DNA or RNA

    (d)

    Enzymes are present

  2. Identify the correctly matched pair

    (a)

    Actinomycete - Late blight

    (b)

    Mycoplasma - Lumpy jaw

    (c)

    Bacteria - Crown gall

    (d)

    Fungi - Sandal spike

  3. Which of the following are found in extreme saline conditions? 

    (a)

    Archaebacteria

    (b)

    Eubacteria

    (c)

    Cyanobacteria

    (d)

    Mycobacteria

  4. Which of the following organism undergoes regeneration?

    (a)

    Spirogyra

    (b)

    Planaria

    (c)

    Yeast

    (d)

    Aspergillus

  5. Which of following represent generation in pteridophytes?

    (a)

    Prothallus

    (b)

    Thallus.

    (c)

    Cone

    (d)

    Rhizophore

  6. Endosperm in Gymnosperm is formed

    (a)

    At the time of fertilization.

    (b)

    Before fertilization.

    (c)

    After fertilization.

    (d)

    Along with the development of embryo .

  7. Algae consist of ____like plant body

    (a)

    hyphae

    (b)

    thallus

    (c)

    coiled

    (d)

    flagella

  8. Development of sporangium from single initial __________.

    (a)

    Leptosporangiate

    (b)

    Eusporangiate

    (c)

    Sporophores

    (d)

    Sporomorph

  9. When the root is thick and fleshy, but, does not taken a definite shape, it said to be

    (a)

    Nodulose root

    (b)

    Tuberous root

    (c)

    Monilliform root

    (d)

    Fasiculated root

  10. Example for negatively geotropic roots

    (a)

    Ipomoea, Dahlia

    (b)

    Asparagus, Ruellia

    (c)

    Vitis, Portulaca

    (d)

    Avicennia, Rhizophora

  11. In Opuntia, the spines represent the modification of __________.

    (a)

    Stem

    (b)

    Leaves

    (c)

    Root

    (d)

    None of the above

  12. Heterophylly is mainly seen in________________

    (a)

    xerophytes

    (b)

    mesophytes

    (c)

    lithophytes

    (d)

    hydrophytes

  13. Gynoecium with united carpels is termed as

    (a)

    Apocarpous

    (b)

    Multicarpellary

    (c)

    Syncarpous

    (d)

    None of the above

  14. In an inflorescence where flowers are borne laterally in an acropetal succession the position of the youngest floral bud shall be

    (a)

    Proximal

    (b)

    Distal

    (c)

    Intercalary

    (d)

    Anywhere

  15. _________ deaIs with the study of fruits and their cultivation.

    (a)

    Half inferior ovary

    (b)

    Mother axis

    (c)

    Pomology

    (d)

    Pericarp

  16. Match the following

    A) Follicle i) Alyssum
    B) Legume ii) Lady's finger
    C) Siliqua iii) Aristolochia
    D) Silicula iv) Pisum
    E) Septicidal v) Calotropis
    F) Loculicidal vi) Brassica
    (a)

    A -v), B - iv), C - vi), D -i), E - iii), F - ii)

    (b)

    A - i), B - ii), C - iii), D - iv), E - v), F - vi)

    (c)

    A - iii), B - ii), C - i), D - iv), E- vi), F - v) 

    (d)

    A - vi), B - v), C - iv), D - iii), E- ii), F - i) 

  17. Specimen derived from non-original collection serves as the nomenclatural type, when original specimen is missing. It is known as

    (a)

    Holotype

    (b)

    Neotype

    (c)

    Isotype

    (d)

    Paratype

  18. Which of the following is a flowering plant with nodules containing filamentous nitrogen fixing micro-organisms?

    (a)

    Crotalaria juncea

    (b)

    Cycas revoluta

    (c)

    Cicer arietinum

    (d)

    Casuarina equisetifolia

  19. Number of volumes in genera plantorum

    (a)

    two

    (b)

    three

    (c)

    four

    (d)

    five

  20. _________ are the tools for the taxonomic study such as keys, flora, revisions, catalogues, botanical gardens and herbaria.

    (a)

    Cladistics

    (b)

    Cladogram

    (c)

    Taxonomic aids

    (d)

    Classification

  21. The two subunits of ribosomes remain united at critical ion level of

    (a)

    Magnesium

    (b)

    Calcium

    (c)

    Sodium

    (d)

    Ferrous

  22. Match the columns and identify the correct option:

      Column I   Column II
    A Thylakoids 1. Disc-shaped sacs in Golgi apparatus
    B. Cristae 2. Condensed structure of DNA
    C. Cisternae 3. Flat membranous sacs in stroma
    D Chromatin 4. Infoldings in mitochondria
    (a)
    A B C D
    3 4 2 1
    (b)
    A B C D
    4 3 1 2
    (c)
    A B C D
    3 4 1 2
    (d)
    A B C D
    3 1 4 2
  23. Compound microscope was invented by___________________________________

    (a)

    Z. Jansen

    (b)

    Compound microscope

    (c)

    Microscope

    (d)

    Bright field microscope.

  24. Which of the following microscope produce 3D-image?

    (a)

    Phase contrast

    (b)

    TEM

    (c)

    SEM

    (d)

    Dark field

  25. If mitotic division is restricted in G1 phase of the cell cycle then the condition is known as

    (a)

    S Phase

    (b)

    G2 Phase

    (c)

    M Phase

    (d)

    Go Phase

  26. Colchicine prevents the mitosis of the cells at which of the following stage

    (a)

    Anaphase

    (b)

    Metaphase

    (c)

    Prophase

    (d)

    interphase

  27. How many times is the genetic material replicated during meiosis?

    (a)

    Twice

    (b)

    Once

    (c)

    Four times

    (d)

    None of the above

  28. No asters or centrioles are formed in ____________ .

    (a)

    Anastral

    (b)

    Amphiastral

    (c)

    Mitosis

    (d)

    Meiosis

  29. The most basic amino acid is

    (a)

    Arginine

    (b)

    Histidine

    (c)

    Glycine

    (d)

    Glutamine

  30. An example of feedback inhibition is

    (a)

    Cyanide action on cytochrome

    (b)

    Sulpha drug on folic acid synthesiser bacteria

    (c)

    Allosteric inhibition of hexokinase by glucose - 6 - phosphate

    (d)

    The inhibition of succinic dehydrogenase by malonate

  31. Formation of new chemical bonds using ATP as a source of energy is the mode of action of the enzymes.

    (a)

    Hydrolase

    (b)

    Isomerase

    (c)

    Lyase

    (d)

    Ligase

  32. Number of carbon molecule in glucose is___________________

    (a)

    4

    (b)

    6

    (c)

    8

    (d)

    12

  33. Which of the following is not present on same rank?

    (a)

    Primata

    (b)

    Orthoptera

    (c)

    Diptera

    (d)

    Insecta

  34. Cladogram considers the following characters

    (a)

    Physiological and Biochemical

    (b)

    Evolutionary and Phylogenetic

    (c)

    Taxonimic and systematic

    (d)

    None of the above

  35. According to Aristotle, the animals with red blood cells are called:

    (a)

    Anaima

    (b)

    chromista

    (c)

    Enaima

    (d)

    Protozoa

  36. DNA hybridization is helpful to

    (a)

    Identify an individual from a sample of DNA

    (b)

    Detect difference in homologous DNA sequences

    (c)

    Measure the degree of genetic similarity between pools of DNA sequences

    (d)

    Amplify a specific gene

  37. In which of the following organisms, self fertilization is seen.

    (a)

    Fish

    (b)

    Round worm

    (c)

    Earthworm

    (d)

    Liver fluke

  38. Which of the following is an egg-laying mammal

    (a)

    Delphinus

    (b)

    Macropus

    (c)

    Ornithorhynchus

    (d)

    Equus

  39. Which of the following statements is incorrect?

    (a)

    Radial symmetry is seen is Echinoderms

    (b)

    Taenia is a endoparasite.

    (c)

    Fasciola is a Eucoelomate

    (d)

    Mesoglea is seen in Jellyfishes

  40. Which of the following has cartilagenous endoskeleton with notochord?

    (a)

    Exocoetus

    (b)

    Labeo

    (c)

    Hyla

    (d)

    Scolidon

  41. What type of fibres found in connective tissue matrix?

    (a)

    Collagen

    (b)

    Areolar

    (c)

    Cartilage

    (d)

    Tubular

  42. Prevention of substances from leaking across the tissue is provided by

    (a)

    Tight junction

    (b)

    Adhering junction

    (c)

    Gap junction

    (d)

    Elastic junction

  43. -------is closely attached to skeletal bones.

    (a)

    Smooth muscle

    (b)

    cardiac muscle

    (c)

    Muscle fibers

    (d)

    Striped muscle

  44. The cartilage cells are called

    (a)

    Chondrocytes

    (b)

    Osteocytes

    (c)

    Melanocytes

    (d)

    Lymphocytes

  45. How many abdominal segments are present in male and female Cockroaches?

    (a)

    10, 10

    (b)

    9, 10

    (c)

    8, 10

    (d)

    9,9

  46. Presence of gills in the tadpole of frog indicates that

    (a)

    fishes were amphibious in the past

    (b)

    fishes involved from frog -like ancestors

    (c)

    frogs will have gills in future

    (d)

    frogs evolved from gilled ancestor

  47. Identify the feature of frog which is absent in human beings

    (a)

    Aorta is present.

    (b)

    Circulatory system is closed type.

    (c)

    Sinus venosus is a triangular chamber present in the heart.

    (d)

    Blood contains RBC.

  48. When the frog is in water respiration occurs.

    (a)

    pulmonary

    (b)

    gill

    (c)

    buccal

    (d)

    cutaneous

  49. Enterokinase takes part in the conversion of

    (a)

    Pepsinogen into pepsin

    (b)

    Trypsinogen into trypsin

    (c)

    Protein into polypeptide

    (d)

    Caseinogen into casein

  50. Match column I with column II and choose the correct option

    Column I Column II
    (P) Small intestine i) 23 cm
    (Q) Large intestine ii) 4 meter
    (R) Oesophagus iii) 12.5 cm
    (S) Pharynx iv) 1.5 meter
    (a)
    P Q R S
    iv ii i iii
    (b)
    P Q R S
    ii iv i iii
    (c)
    P Q R S
    i iii ii iv
    (d)
    P Q R S
    iii i ii iv
  51. Muscular contraction of alimentary canal are

    (a)

    Circulation

    (b)

    Deglutition

    (c)

    Churning

    (d)

    Peristalsis

  52. Crown of teeth is covered by

    (a)

    Dentin

    (b)

    Enamel

    (c)

    A and B both

    (d)

    Non of these

  53. Intercostal muscles are found between the

    (a)

    vertebral column

    (b)

    sternum

    (c)

    ribs

    (d)

    glottis

  54. During inspiration, the diaphragm

    (a)

    expands

    (b)

    unchanged

    (c)

    relaxes to become dome-shaped

    (d)

    contracts and flatten

  55. Gradual break down of the thin walls of the alveoli decreasing the total surface area of the gaseous exchange is

    (a)

    bronchitis

    (b)

    emphysema

    (c)

    asthma

    (d)

    tuberculosis

  56. Maximuin amount 70-75% of carbon dioxide transport occursa

    (a)

    Dissolved in plasma

    (b)

    Carbaminohaemoglobin complex

    (c)

    Bicarbonate

    (d)

    None of the above

  57. Blood group is due to the presence or absence of surface

    (a)

    Antigens on the surface of WBC

    (b)

    Antibodies on the surface of  RBC

    (c)

    Antigens of the surface of RBC

    (d)

    Antibodies on the surface of WBC

  58. An unconscious patient is rushed into the emergency room and needs a fast blood transfusion. Because ~there is no time to check her medical history or determine her blood type, which type of blood should you as her doctor, give her?

    (a)

    A-

    (b)

    AB

    (c)

    O+

    (d)

    O-

  59. Which is known as liquid connective tissue?

    (a)

    plasma

    (b)

    blood

    (c)

    serum

    (d)

    Iymph

  60. The heart normally beats __________ times per minute in a human adult.

    (a)

    60-62

    (b)

    50-52

    (c)

    70-72

    (d)

    90-92

  61. Podocytes are the cells present on the

    (a)

    Outer wall of Bowman's capsule

    (b)

    Inner wall of Bowman's capsule

    (c)

    Neck of nephron

    (d)

    Wall glomerular capillaries

  62. Aldosterone acts at the distal convoluted tubule and collecting duct resulting in the absorption of water through

    (a)

    Aquaporins

    (b)

    Spectrins

    (c)

    GLUT

    (d)

    Chloride channels

  63. ___________part of nephron has evolved to form hypertonic urine.

    (a)

    Glomerulus

    (b)

    Loop of Henle

    (c)

    Proximal convoluted tubule

    (d)

    Collecting duct

  64. Assertion (A): The decending limb of Henle's loop is permeable to water.
    Reason (R): Aquaporins are the facilitators for water permeability.

    (a)

    A and R are wrong

    (b)

    R does not explain A

    (c)

    R explains A

    (d)

    A is right R is wrong

  65. The functional unit of a muscle fibre is

    (a)

    sarcomere

    (b)

    sarcoplasm

    (c)

    myosin

    (d)

    actin

  66. Acetabulum is located in

    (a)

    collar bone

    (b)

    hip bone

    (c)

    shoulder bone

    (d)

    thigh bone

  67. Match the following

    A. Collar bone i. Carpals  
    B. Wrist bones ii. Humerus
    C. Forearm iii. Clavicle
    D. Upperarm iv. Radius
    (a)
    A B C D
    i iii iv ii
    (b)
    A B C D
    i ii iv iii
    (c)
    A B C D
    iii i iv ii
    (d)
    A B C D
    iii iv ii i
  68. The bone is covered by_________________

    (a)

    endosteum

    (b)

    metaphysis

    (c)

    periosteum

    (d)

    osteoclast

  69. Which of the following pairings is correct?

    (a)

    Sensory nerve - afferent

    (b)

    Motor nerve - afferent

    (c)

    Sensory nerve - ventral

    (d)

    Motor nerve - dorsal

  70. When the potential across the axon membrane Is more negative than the normal resting potential, the neuron is said to be in a state of

    (a)

    Depolarization

    (b)

    Hyperpolarization

    (c)

    Repolarization

    (d)

    Hypopolarization

  71. Facial nerve is a _________ nerve. 

    (a)

    Sensory

    (b)

    Mixed

    (c)

    Motor

    (d)

    Efferent

  72. The_________in the body are replaced every 7-10 days.

    (a)

    RBC

    (b)

    Ruffini endings

    (c)

    Taste bud cells

    (d)

    Cone

  73. Which of the following statement about sex hormones is correct

    (a)

    Testosterone is produced by Leydig cells under the influence of luteinizing hormone.

    (b)

    Progesterone is secreted by corpus luteum and softens pelvic ligaments during child birth.

    (c)

    Oestrogen is secreted by both Sertoli cells and corpus luteum

    (d)

    Progesterone produced by corpus luteum is biologically different from the one produced by placenta

  74. Which one of the following statement is correct

    (a)

    Calcitonin and thymosin are thyroid hormones

    (b)

    Pepsin and prolactin are secreted in stomach

    (c)

    Secretin and rhodopsin are polypeptide hormones

    (d)

    Cortisol and aldosterone are steroid hormones

  75. Choose the correct statement

    (a)

    Mineralocorticoids regulate water and electrolyte balance

    (b)

    Aldosteron stimulates reabsorption of chloride ions

    (c)

    Cortisol is a mineralocorticoid

    (d)

    Laughing increases the adrenaline levels in the body.

  76. The normal blood glucose level in fasting is ________________ .

    (a)

    110-140mg/dl

    (b)

    120-130mg/dl

    (c)

    70-110mg/dl

    (d)

    80-130mg/dl

  77. Which one of the following is not related to vermiculture?
    (a) Maintains soil fertility
    (b) Breakdown of inorganic matter
    (c) Gives porosity, aeration and moisture holding capacity
    (d) Degradation of non-biodegradable solid waste

    (a)

    a and b is correct

    (b)

    c and d is correct

    (c)

    b and d is not correct

    (d)

    a and c is not correct

  78. Prawn belongs to the class

    (a)

    Crustacea

    (b)

    Annelida

    (c)

    Coelenterata

    (d)

    Echinodermata

  79. ___________ is known as Brine shrimp.

    (a)

    Chanos

    (b)

    Artemia

    (c)

    Carp

    (d)

    Pearl spot

  80. Jamunapari is a _________breed

    (a)

    cattle

    (b)

    goat

    (c)

    hen

    (d)

    duck

  81. Refer to the given figure and select the correct statement

    i. A, B, and C are histogen of shoot apex. 
    ii. A Gives rise to medullary rays.
    iii. B Gives rise to the cortex. 
    iv. C Gives rise to epidermis

    (a)

    i and ii only

    (b)

    ii and iii only

    (c)

    i and iii only

    (d)

    iii and iv only

  82. Grafting is successful in dicots but not in monocots because the dicots have

    (a)

    Vascular bundles arranged in a ring

    (b)

    Cambium for secondary growth

    (c)

    Vessels with elements arranged end to end

    (d)

    Cork cambium

  83. Select the incorrect statement about casparian strips

    (a)

    These are bands of thickenings along the radial and tangential walls of endodermal cells

    (b)

    They prevent plasmolysis of endodermal cells

    (c)

    These are composed of lignin, suberin and tannins.

    (d)

    It is not found opposite to proto xylem points

  84. The inactive region in root promeristem is called _____________

    (a)

    Korper zone

    (b)

    Quiescent centre

    (c)

    Kappe zone

    (d)

    Calyptrogen

  85. In the diagram of lenticel identify the parts marked as A, B, C, D

    (a)

    A. phellem, B. Complementary tissue, C. Phelloderm, D. Phellogen.

    (b)

    A. Complementary tissue, B. Phellem, C. Phellogen,D. Phelloderm.

    (c)

    A. Phellogen, B. Phellem, C. Phelloderm, D. complementary tissue

    (d)

    A. Phelloderm, B. Phellem, C. Complementary tissue, D. Phellogen

  86. The common bottle cork is a product of

    (a)

    Dermatogen

    (b)

    Phellogen

    (c)

    Xylem

    (d)

    Vascular cambium

  87. Gum Arabic is got from ___________

    (a)

    Acacia

    (b)

    Pinus

    (c)

    Quercus

    (d)

    Hevea

  88. In dicot root, periderm originates from  ____________

    (a)

    cortex

    (b)

    pericycle

    (c)

    xylem

    (d)

    medullary rays

  89. In a fully turgid cell

    (a)

    DPD = 10 atm; OP = 5 atm; TP = 10 atm

    (b)

    DPD = 0 atm; OP = 10 atm; TP = 10 atm

    (c)

    DPD = 0 atm; OP = 5 atm; TP = 10 atm

    (d)

    DPD = 20 atm; OP = 20 atm; TP = 10 atm

  90. What type of transpiration is possible in the xerophyte Opuntia?

    (a)

    Stomatal

    (b)

    Lenticular

    (c)

    Cuticular

    (d)

    All the above

  91. 1. J C Bose (i) phosphorylase
    2. Strasburger (i) Cohesive force
    3. Dixon (iii) Crescograph
    4. Hanes (iv) Oak tree
    (a)

    1-iii , 2-iv , 3-i, 4-ii

    (b)

    1-iii, 2-iv, 3-ii, 4-i

    (c)

    1-iv, 2-iii,3-ii, 4- i

    (d)

    1-i , 2-iv , 3-ii ,4-iii

  92. __________ is not linked to protein - lecithin theory.

    (a)

    phosphatidic acid

    (b)

    ATP4

    (c)

    Choline

    (d)

    Dehydrogenase

  93. Identify correct match:

    1. Die back disease of citrus (i) Mo
    2. Whip tail disease (ii) Zn
    3. Brown heart of turnip (iii) Cu
    4. Little leaf (iv) B
    (a)

    1(iii) 2 (ii) 3 (iv) 4 (i)

    (b)

    1 (iii) 2 (i) 3 (iv) 4 (ii)

    (c)

    1 (i) 2 (iii) 3 (ii) 4 (iv)

    (d)

    1 (iii) 2 (iv) 3 (ii) 4 (i)

  94. Identify the correct statement
    i. Sulphur is essential for amino acids Cystine and Methionine. 
    ii. Low level of N, K, S and Mo affect the cell division. 
    iii. Non-leguminous plant Alnuswhich contain bacterium Frankia. 
    iv. Denitrification carried out by nitrosomonas and nitrobacter.

    (a)

    I, II are correct

    (b)

    I, II, III are correct

    (c)

    I only correct

    (d)

    all are correct

  95. Kheira disease of Rice is caused due to deficiency  of  __________

    (a)

    Mo

    (b)

    Zn

    (c)

    B

    (d)

    O

  96. The term hydroponics was coined by  ________

    (a)

    Von sachs

    (b)

    Arnon

    (c)

    Goerick

    (d)

    Hopkins

  97. The correct sequence of flow of electrons in the light reaction is

    (a)

    PS II, plastoquinone, cytochrome, PS I, ferredoxin.

    (b)

    PS I, plastoquinone, cytochrome, PS II ferredoxin.

    (c)

    PS II, ferredoxin, plastoquinone, cytochrome, PS I.

    (d)

    PS I, plastoquinone, cytochrome, PS II, ferredoxin.

  98. Identify true statement regarding the light reaction of photosynthesis?

    (a)

    Splitting of water molecule is associate with PS I.

    (b)

    PS I and PS II involved in the formation of NDPH + H+

    (c)

    The reaction center of PS I is Chlorophyll a with the absorption peak at 680 nm.

    (d)

    The reaction center of PS II is Chlorophyll a with the absorption peak at 700 nm.

  99. Law of limiting factors was proposed by ______________.

    (a)

    Calvin

    (b)

    Huber

    (c)

    Blackman

    (d)

    Von Maye

  100. The term quantosome was coined by________________.

    (a)

    Emerson

    (b)

    Warburg

    (c)

    Steinman Park

    (d)

    Beggins

  101. During oxidation of two molecules of cytosolic NADH + H+, number of ATP molecules produced in plants are

    (a)

    3

    (b)

    4

    (c)

    6

    (d)

    8

  102. The compound which links glycolysis and Krebs cycle is

    (a)

    succinic acid

    (b)

    pyruvic acid

    (c)

    acetyl CoA

    (d)

    citric acid

  103. The number of O2 molecules required for breaking down of one molecule of glucose forglycolysis.

    (a)

    2

    (b)

    4

    (c)

    5

    (d)

    6

  104. F1 particles are called______________.

    (a)

    quantosome

    (b)

    cytochromes

    (c)

    oxysome

    (d)

    Osmosomes

  105. Select the wrong statement from the following:

    (a)

    Formative phase of the cells retains the capability of cell division.

    (b)

    In elongation phase development of central vacuole takes place.

    (c)

    In maturation phase thickening and differentiation take place.

    (d)

    In maturation phase, the cells grow further.

  106. In unisexual plants, sex can be changed by the application of

    (a)

    Ethanol

    (b)

    Cytokinins

    (c)

    ABA

    (d)

    Auxin

  107. ............ is a antiauxin compound.

    (a)

    2,4 - D

    (b)

    2,4,5 -T

    (c)

    TIBA

    (d)

    IPA

  108. An example for intermediate day plant is ............

    (a)

    Potato

    (b)

    Sugarcane

    (c)

    Rye

    (d)

    Night Jasmine

  109. Name the device used to hear the internal sounds of the human body.

    (a)

    Stethoscope

    (b)

    Sphygmomanometer

    (c)

    Glucometer

    (d)

    Autoanalyser

  110. Which is said to be computer-controlled device?

    (a)

    Auto analyser

    (b)

    Sphygmomanometer

    (c)

    Glucometer

    (d)

    Stethoscope

  111. 24 x 1 = 24
  112. Jaundice

  113. (1)

    Duct of rivinis

  114. Liver cirrhosis

  115. (2)

    50% of energy

  116. Gall stone

  117. (3)

    Viruses

  118. Peptic ulcer

  119. (4)

    Pernicious anaemia

  120. Carbohydrates 

  121. (5)

    Goblet cells

  122. Fats

  123. (6)

    Dermatitis

  124. Protein

  125. (7)

    Haemorrhoids

  126. Intestinal juice

  127. (8)

    Pernicious anaemia

  128. Parietal

  129. (9)

    Alcoholism

  130. Peptic cells

  131. (10)

    Saliva

  132. Piles

  133. (11)

    35% of energy

  134. Bartholin's duct

  135. (12)

    15% of energy

  136. B1 Thiamine

  137. (13)

    Faeces retains in rectum

  138. B5 Niacin

  139. (14)

    Asprin

  140. B6 Pyridoxine

  141. (15)

    Centre in medulla

  142. B12 Cobalamine

  143. (16)

    Oxyntic cells

  144. Vomiting

  145. (17)

    Goblet cells

  146. Constipation

  147. (18)

    Abnormal frequency of bowel movement and reduced.

  148. Jaundice

  149. (19)

    Intestine

  150. Diarrhoea

  151. (20)

    Pellagra

  152. Nuclease

  153. (21)

    Zymogen cells

  154. Mucus

  155. (22)

    Liver is affected and bile pigments deposited in the body

  156. Lysozyme

  157. (23)

    Cholesterol

  158. Succus entericus

  159. (24)

    Succus entericus

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