MCQs on Structural Organization in Plants and Animals For NEET 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 Structural Organization in Plants and Animals Multiple Choice Questions make you feel confident in answering the question in the exam & increases your scores to high.


Q.1. In the bodies of complex animals, the most widely distributed and abundant tissue is

(a) Neural
(b) Muscular
(c) Connective
(d) Epithelium

(c) Connective


Q.2. Sperms are stored in which part of the reproductive system in male cockroaches

(a) Mushroom glands
(b) Seminal vesicles
(c) Testes
(d) Vas deferens

(b) Seminal vesicles


Q.3. The role of the gap junction is to

(a) separate two cells from each other
(b) Prevent substances from leaking across a tissue
(c) Carry out cementing to keep adjacent cells together
(d) Enable communication between adjoining cells by connecting the cytoplasm for quick ion transfer, small molecules and some large molecules

(d) Enable communication between adjoining cells by connecting the cytoplasm for quick ion transfer, small molecules and some large molecules


Q.4. In comparison with humans, the erythrocytes in frogs are

(a) nucleated along with the presence of haemoglobin
(b) no nucleus but with haemoglobin
(c) few and very much small
(d) nucleated and without haemoglobin

(a) nucleated along with the presence of haemoglobin


Q.5. In humans, bipolar neurons are found in

(a) Spinal cord
(b) Brain
(c) Olfactory epithelium
(d) Embryonic phases

(c) Olfactory epithelium


Q.6. This about Periplaneta americana is incorrect

(a) Mosaic vision
(b) Excretion by structures – malphigian tubules
(c) Paurometabolous development
(d) Hemolymph delivers oxygen to tissues

(d) Hemolymph delivers oxygen to tissues


Q.7. This structure has dense irregular connective tissue

(a) Cartilage
(b) Ligaments
(c) Tendons
(d) Skin

(d) Skin


Q.8. This statement about epithelial tissue is incorrect

(a) epithelial cells rest on a cellular basement membrane splitting it from underlying connective tissues
(b) covers the external body surface and the internal surface of some organs
(c) adjacent cells are held by cell junctions with very little extracellular material
(d) No blood vessels that supply nutrients to the epithelial cells

(a) epithelial cells rest on a cellular basement membrane splitting it from underlying connective tissues


Q.9. The large amoeboid cells found in areolar tissue and are also part of our innate immune system are known as:

(a) Mast cells
(b) Macrophages
(c) Adipocytes
(d) Fibroblasts

(b) Macrophages


Q.10. What are the glands referred to as when secretary granules leave cells by exocytosis with no loss of other cellular material

(a) Merocrine
(b) Holocrine
(c) Autocrine
(d) Apocrine

(a) Merocrine

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