Locomotion and Movement MCQ Questions for Class 11 Biology Chapter 20 with Answers

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Q1. Which vertebra is commonly called yesbone?

(i) Thoracic
(ii) Axis
(iii) Atlas
(iv) Typical carvical.

(iii) Atlas.

Q2. Coris cycle operates in

(i) Cartilage
(ii) Muscle
(iii) Liver
(iv) Liver and muscle

(iv) Liver and muscle

Q3. Mitochondria in cardiac muscles:

(i) More than other muscles fibres
(ii) Less than other muscles fibres
(iii) Equal than other muscles fibres
(iv) None of the above

(i) More than other muscles fibres

Q4. Which joint occurs between humerus and radioulna?

(i) Ball and socket joint
(ii) Sliding
(iii) Pivot
(iv) Hinge joint

(iv) Hinge joint

Q5. Curves in the vertebral column are

(i) 8
(ii) 4
(iii) 2
(iv) 1

(ii) 4.

Q6. What happens in osteoporosis?

(i) Decrease in progesterone
(ii) Increase in progesterone
(iii) Decrease in estrogen
(iv) Both 2 and 3

(iii) Decrease in estrogen

Q7. Study of muscles is called :

(i) Musclogy
(ii) Mycology
(iii) Myology
(iv) Sarcology

(iii) Myology

Q8. Sella turcica is

(i) Depression of long bone
(ii) Ridge over a bone
(iii) Depression in the skull in the area of pituitary gland
(iv) Ridge in the skull over the area of pituitary gland

(iii) Depression in the skull in the area of pituitary gland

Q9. Face of skull is formed of bones

(i) 28
(ii) 10
(iii) 8
(iv) 14

(iv) 14.

Q10. The elements associated with muscle contraction are

(i) Mg and Ca
(ii) Mg and Cl
(iii) Na and Ca
(iv) Ca and K

(iii) Na and Ca

Q11. A functional G-Actin molecule in its free state is bound to :

(i) Sodium ion and ATP
(ii) Mangnese ion and ATP
(iii) Magnesium ion and ATP
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Magnesium ion and ATP

Q12. Epimysium of muscle are made up of

(i) White fibrous connective tissue
(ii) Adipose connective tissue
(iii) Reticular connective tissue
(iv) Areolar connective tissue

(i) White fibrous connective tissue

Q13. Cranium of man is formed of bones

(i) 8
(ii) 6
(iii) 2
(iv) 4

(i) 8.

Q14. Metacarpals are present in

(i) wrist
(ii) palm
(iii) digits
(iv) thigh

(ii) palm

Q15. Which one of the following membranes secretes a watery fluid that lubricates and cushions the joint?

(i) Tendons
(ii) Synovial membrane
(iii) Ligaments
(iv) Cartilage

(ii) Synovial membrane

Q16. ATPase enzyme needed for muscle contraction is located in

(i) Myosin
(ii) Actin
(iii) Troponin
(iv) Actinin

(i) Myosin

Q17. Total number of cervical vertebrae in human vertebral column are

(i) 3
(ii) 12
(iii) 7
(iv) 5.

(iii) 7.

Q18. Which cavity is formed by the fusion of coxal bones?

(i) Glenoid cavity
(ii) Acetabulum
(iii) Acromion
(iv) Scapula

(ii) Acetabulum

Q19. One of following has contractile properties:

(i) Actin
(ii) Coronin
(iii) Troponin
(iv) None of the above

(i) Actin

Q20. Contractile unit of muscle fibres:

(i) H line
(ii) Sarcomere
(iii) H zone
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Sarcomere

Q21. Total number of lambar vertebrae in human vertebral column are

(i) 3
(ii) 12
(iii) 5
(iv) 7

(iii) 5.

Q22. A skeletal muscle which decreases the angle between two bones and bends a joint is

(i) Flexor
(ii) Abductor
(iii) Extensor
(iv) Adductor

(i) Flexor

Q23. The membranous areas between the cranial bones of the foetal skull are called

(i) Sutures
(ii) Areolas
(iii) Foramina
(iv) Fontanelle

(iv) Fontanelle

Q24. Number of cervical vertebrae in camel is:

(i) more than that of rabbit
(ii) less than that of rabbit
(iii) same as that of whale
(iv) more than that of horse

(iii) same as that of whale

Q25. Trochlea is a part of

(i) Pectoral girdle
(ii) Pelvic girdle
(iii) Femur
(iv) Humerus bone.

(iv) Humerus bone.

Q26. Largest bone in human body is

(i) Ulna
(ii) Femur
(iii) Humerus
(iv) Tibia

(ii) Femur

Q27. A meromyosin molecule doesn’t contain :

(i) arm
(ii) trunk
(iii) tail
(iv) head

(ii) trunk

Q28. Which one of the following membranes secretes a watery fluid that lubricates and cushions the joint?

(i) Tendons
(ii) Synovial membrane
(iii) Ligaments
(iv) Cartilage

(ii) Synovial membrane

Q29. Sigmoid notch is a part of

(i) Ulna bone
(ii) Humerus bone
(iii) Tibia bone
(iv) Radius bone.

(iv) Radius bone.

Q30. Which one of the following is correct pairing of a body part and the kind of muscle tissue that moves it?

(i) Iris – Involuntary smooth muscle
(ii) Heart wall – Involuntary unstriated muscle
(iii) Biceps of upper arm – Smooth muscle fibres
(iv) Abdominal wall – Smooth muscle

(i) Iris – Involuntary smooth muscle

Q31. Myoglobin was the first protein to have its three-dimensional structure revealed. Ravi was diagnosed with myoglobin in his bloodstream. This had occurred due to :

(i) myasthenia gravis
(ii) muscle injury
(iii) conversion of Hb into Mb
(iv) Arthritis

(ii) muscle injury

Q32. Study of muscles is called

(i) Musclogy
(ii) Mycology
(iii) Myology
(iv) Sarcology

(iii) Myology

Q33. Innominate bone is also known as

(i) Pelvic girdle
(ii) Pectoral girdle
(iii) Clavicle
(iv) Sternum

(i) Pelvic girdle.

Q34. Which joint occurs between humerus and radioulna?

(i) Ball and socket joint
(ii) Sliding
(iii) Pivot
(iv) Hinge joint

(iv) Hinge joint

Q35. Contractile unit of muscle fibres:

(i) H line
(ii) Sarcomere
(iii) H zone
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Sarcomere

Q36. At the base of skull, a large hole is present which allows brain to continue with the spinal cord. That hole is called:

(i) Foramen ovale
(ii) Foramen magnum
(iv) Vertebral foramen
(iv) Obturator foramen

(ii) Foramen magnum

Q37. The obturator foramen is a part of

(i) Skull
(ii) Spinal cord
(iii) Pelvic girdle
(iv)Vertebral column.

(iii) Pelvic girdle.

Q38. Papillary muscle found in:

(i) Heart
(ii) Liver
(iii) Kidney
(iv) Lung

(i) Heart

Q39. Muscles are attached to bones via :

(i) Tendon
(ii) Ligament
(iii) Both (i) & (ii)
(iv) None of these

(i) Tendon

Q40. The total number of bones in human skeleton is

(i) 305
(ii) 206
(iii) 205
(iv) 306

(ii) 206.

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