MCQs on Plasma Membrane For NEET and Medical Exam 2022

NEET Biology is the scoring paper in the medical entrance examination. Here, you will discover the NEET Biology MCQ Questions for all Concepts as per the latest syllabus. Practice more on a regular basis with these NEET Biology objective questions on air pollution and improve your subject knowledge & problem-solving skills along with time management. NEET Biology Plasma Membrane Multiple Choice Questions make you feel confident in answering the question in the exam & increases your scores to high.


Q.1. In the plasma membrane, the best method to study the properties of integral membrane proteins is

(a) atomic force microscopy
(b) freeze fracture analysis and electron microscopy
(c) cryo-sectioning and electron microscopy
(d) all of the above

(b) freeze fracture analysis and electron microscopy


Q.2. In plant cell, this layer is present nearest to the plasma membrane

(a) Tonoplast
(b) Middle lamella
(c) secondary wall
(d) primary wall

(c) secondary wall


Q.3. Beet root if kept in cold water anthocyanin does not come out due to plasma membrane

(a) Dead
(b) differentially permeable
(c) permeable to anthocyanins
(d) Impermeable to anthocyanins

(d) Impermeable to anthocyanins


Q.4. Plasma membrane is made up of

(a) A protein, a lipid and a cellulose layer
(b) Bimolecular lipid layer surrounded by protein layers
(c) A protein layer between two lipid layers
(d) A lipid layer between two protein layers

(b) Bimolecular lipid layer surrounded by protein layers


Q.5. The major interaction responsible for stabilizing plasma membrane

(a) hydrophobic interactions
(b) hydrophilic interactions
(c) covalent bonds
(d) ionic bonds

(a) hydrophobic interactions


Q.6. In plasma membrane, lipid molecules are arranged in

(a) head parallel
(b) alternate
(c) scattered
(d) series

(a) head parallel


Q.7. Ion carriers are located in

(a) Plasma membranes
(b) Cell wall
(c) Nucleus
(d) Cellular space

(a) Plasma membranes


Q.8. This is not the function of plasma membrane

(a) Energy transduction
(b) Intercellular interactions
(c) Responding to external stimuli
(d) Assisting in chromosome segregation

(d) Assisting in chromosome segregation


Q.9. In the carbohydrates, plasma membrane

(a) always faces outwards extracellular space
(b) directed to all sides in the membrane randomly
(c) always faces to the lumen of cells
(d) always faces inward to the nonpolar portion of membrane

(a) always faces outwards extracellular space


Q.10. In the plasma membrane, Glycolipids are usually situated in

(a) cannot be predicted, it varies according to the cell types
(b) inner leaflet of plasma membrane
(c) outer leaflet of plasma membrane
(d) evenly distributed in both outer and inner leaves of plasma membrane

(c) outer leaflet of plasma membrane

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