Blood Transport System

The function of haemoglobin in body is

  1. Transport of oxygen
  2. Destruction of Bacteria
  3. Prevention of Anaemia
  4. Utilisation of Iron

Transport of oxygen

In which of the following creatures haemoglobin is dissolved in protoplasm

  1. Frog
  2. Fish
  3. Human
  4. Earthworm

Earthworm

Blood is

  1. Connective tissue
  2. Epithelial tissue
  3. Both of the above
  4. None of the above

Connective tissue

What is haemoglobin

  1. Substance found in the leaves of plants
  2. Substance found in the bone-marrow
  3. Substance found in human blood
  4. Secretion coming out from the pituitary gland

Substance found in human blood

Due to which the blood has red colour

  1. Plasma
  2. Haemoglobin
  3. Haemocynin
  4. W.B.C

Haemoglobin

Red Blood Corpuscles(RBCs) has colour due to

  1. Cutin
  2. Chlorophyll
  3. Haemoglobin
  4. Haemocynin

Haemoglobin

Which of the following instrument is used for measuring blood pressure

  1. Hydrometer
  2. Multimeter
  3. Salinometer
  4. Sphygmomanometer

Sphygmomanometer

The Blood pressure of a healthy man is

  1. 120 mm and 80mm
  2. 201mm and 110mm
  3. 90 mm and 60mm
  4. 85 mm and 55mm

120 mm and 80mm

What function does blood perform in the body

  1. 60/100
  2. 20/80
  3. 60/140
  4. 120/80

120/80

What function does Blood perform in the body

  1. Takes oxygen to all parts
  2. Maintain liquidity
  3. Helps in digestion
  4. Helps in erection

Takes oxygen to all parts

The blood pressure of an individual is 140mm HG. In this statement, ‘HG’ refers to

  1. Hydrogen
  2. Mercury
  3. Hygrometer
  4. Heliograph

Mercury

When a person becomes older, his blood pressure generally

  1. Decrease
  2. Increase
  3. Remains the same
  4. Varies widely

Increase

The blood pressure in our body is

  1. Lesser than the atmospheric pressure
  2. Greater than the atmospheric pressure
  3. Equal to the atmospheric pressure
  4. None of the above

Greater than the atmospheric pressure

For human blood transfusion, which blood group is known as a universal donor

  1. B+ Group
  2. O group
  3. AB group
  4. A+ group

O Group

Blood group AB can accept blood from a person which blood group

  1. Only A
  2. Only B
  3. Only AB
  4. Any group

Any Group

A person with ‘AB’ blood group is sometimes called a universal recipient because of the

  1. Lack of antigen in his blood
  2. Lack of antibodies in his blood
  3. Lack of both antigens and antibodies in his blood
  4. Presence of antibodies in his blood

A person meets with an accident and needs a blood transfusion but there is no time to check his blood group. Which of the following blood groups could be given to him

  1. O+
  2. O-
  3. AB+
  4. AB –

O-

A person met with an accident and there is no time to check his blood group, which of the following blood should be given to him

  1. AB, Rh+
  2. O, Rh+
  3. O, Rh-
  4. AB, Rh-

O, Rh-

Blood grouping was discovered by

  1. Louis Pasteur
  2. William Harvey
  3. Robert Koch
  4. Landsteiner

Landsteiner

Rh factor derives its name from a type of

  1. Ape
  2. Human
  3. Monkey
  4. Rat

Monkey

A married couple adopted a male child, A few years later, twin boys were born to them. The blood group of the couple is AB positive and O negative. The blood group of the three sons is A positive, B positive and O positive. The blood group of the adopted son is

  1. O positive
  2. A positive
  3. B positive
  4. Cannot be determined on the besis of the given data

O Positive

An antigen is a substance which

  1. Lowers body temperature
  2. Destroys harmful becteria
  3. Is used to treat poisoning
  4. Stimulates formation of antibody

Stimulates formation of antibody

An antigen is a substance which

  1. Lowers body temperature
  2. Destroys harmful becteria
  3. Triggers the immune system
  4. Is used as an antidote to poison

Triggers the immune system

What is the basic feature of antigen

  1. It includes formation of haemoglobin
  2. It includes formation of antibodies
  3. It destroys insulin
  4. It acts against the antibodies

It includes formation of antibodies

If the blood group of father is ‘A’ and mother is ‘O’, then what will be the blood group of son

  1. B
  2. AB
  3. O
  4. B, AB or O

O

What is the pH level of blood of a normal person

  1. 4.5-4.6
  2. 6.45-6.55
  3. 7.35-7.45
  4. 8.25-8.35

7.35-7.45

The pH value of blood is

  1. 5.0
  2. 6.4
  3. 7.4
  4. 8.0

7.4

Which of the following helps us in protecting from infection

  1. R.B.C
  2. W.B.C
  3. Blood plasma
  4. Haemoglobin

W.B.C

The main function of white blood cells is

  1. Transport of oxygen
  2. Transport of carbon dioxide
  3. To develop resistance towards disease
  4. None of the above

To develop resistance towards disease

By which of the following antibodies are formed in blood plasma

  1. Monocytes
  2. Lymphocytes
  3. Eosinophils
  4. Neutrophils

Lymphocytes

The Immunity is mostly related with

  1. Lymphocytes
  2. Monocytes
  3. Red blood cells
  4. Thrombocytes

Lymphocytes

The viscous nature of human blood is due to

  1. Protein in blood
  2. Platelets in plasma
  3. RBC and WBC in blood
  4. All of the above

Proteins in blood

The diameter of white blood Corpuscles in human body is, about

  1. 0.007 mm
  2. 0.7 mm
  3. 0.07 mm
  4. 0.0007 mm

0.007 mm

In pathology excess of white Corpuscles in the blood is called

  1. Anoxia
  2. Leukaemia
  3. Anaemia
  4. Septicemia

Leukaemia

In which part of our body are formed Red Blood Cells

  1. Liver
  2. Heart
  3. Kidney
  4. Bone Marrow

Bone Marrow

Formation of WBC and destruction of RBC takes place in

  1. Lymph gland
  2. Spleen
  3. Pancreas
  4. Liver

Spleen

The blood glucose level is comm-only expressed as

  1. Mm. Of Hg
  2. Milligram per deciliter
  3. Parts per million
  4. Gram (mg/dl) per litre

Milligram per deciliter

Arteries supplying blood to the heart are called

  1. Carotid arteries
  2. Hepatic arteries
  3. Coronary arteries
  4. Pulmonary arteries

Coronary arteries

The enzyme which takes part in changing fibrinogen to fibrin when blood clots are

  1. Pepsin
  2. Maltase
  3. Thrombin
  4. Prothrombin

Thrombin

With which of the physiological process Thrombin is associated

  1. Excretion
  2. Blood clotting
  3. Reproduction
  4. Growth

Blood clotting

Percentage of water in plasma is

  1. 60%
  2. 70%
  3. 80%
  4. 90%

90%

Biological oxygen demand is a standard criterion for

  1. Measuring oxygen levels in blood
  2. Computing oxygen levels in forest ecosystem
  3. Pollution assay in aquatic ecosystems
  4. Assessing oxygen levels in high altitude regions

Pollution assay in aquatic ecosystems

With reference to the blood in a normal person, which one of the following statements is correct

  1. Compared to arteries, veins are less numerous and hold less of the body’s blood at any given time
  2. Blood cells constitute about 70 percent of the total volume of the blood
  3. White blood cells are made by lymph nodes only
  4. The blood has more platelets than WBC

The blood has more platelets than WBC

When there is a decrease in the concentration of oxygen in the blood, the rate of breathing

  1. Decrease
  2. Increase
  3. Does not change
  4. First decrease, than increase

Increase

Carbon monoxide poisoning affects mainly which one of the following

  1. Digestive activity
  2. Liver functioning
  3. Kidney functioning
  4. Oxygen carrying capacity of blood

Oxygen carrying capacity of blood

Scientist of which country have developed an artificial blood that is a kind of plastic blood which could be given to any patient regardless of his blood group

  1. U.S.A
  2. Britain
  3. China
  4. Norway

Britain

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