Neural Control and Coordination MCQ Questions for Class 11 Biology Chapter 21 with Answers

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NCERT Chapters for Class 11 Biology

Q1. Number of spinal nerves in human being is

(i) 31
(ii) 37
(iii) 14
(iv) 20

(i) 31

Q2. The generation of excitation-contraction coupling involves all the following events except

(i) Generation of end-plate potential
(ii) Release of calcium from troponin
(iii) Formation of cross-linkages between actin and myosin
(iv) Hydrolysis of ATP to ADP

(ii) Release of calcium from troponin

Q3. Injury to vagus nerve in humans is not likely to affect:

(i) tongue movements
(ii) gastrointestinal movements
(iii) pancreatic secretion
(iv) cardiac movements

(i) tongue movements

Q4. Weight of spinal cord is:

(i) 100 gm.
(ii) 1400 gm.
(iii) 150 gm.
(iv) 35 gm.

(iv) 35 gm.

Q5. Tree like branched structure found in cerebellum is

(i) Areole
(ii) Arachnoid
(iii) Arboreal
(iv) Arbor

(i) Areole

Q6. The cutaneous plexus and the papillary plexus consist of

(i) Specialized cells for cutaneous sensations
(ii) A network of arteries to provide dermal supply
(iii) A network of nerves to provide dermal sensation
(iv) Gland cells that release cutaneous secretions

(iii) A network of nerves to provide dermal sensation

Q7. Cerebellum is concerned with

(i) Co-ordination of muscular movement
(ii) Memory
(iii) Vision
(iv) Reflex action

(i) Co-ordination of muscular movement

Q8. Thermo regulatory center in human brain is :-

(i) Pituitary
(ii) Diencephalon
(iii) Hypothalamus
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Hypothalamus

Q9. Third ventricle occurs in

(i) Brain
(ii) Skull
(iii) Bones
(iv) Heart

(i) Brain

Q10. Which one of the followings is the function of parasympathetic nervous system?

(i) Stimulates oil and sweat glands in the skin
(ii) Pupil constriction
(iii) Acceleration of heart beat
(iv) Contraction of hair muscles

(ii) Pupil constriction

Q11. Night blindness is caused due to

(i) Hypermatropia
(ii) Myopia
(iii) Defective cornea
(iv) Deficiency of rhodopsin in rods

(iv) Deficiency of rhodopsin in rods

Q12. Aperture of an eye can be changed by

(i) Aquous humor
(ii) Vitreous humor
(iii) Ciliary muscles
(iv) Iris

(iv) Iris

Q13. Humain brain has greater development of

(i) Optic lobes
(ii) Medullu oblongata
(iii) Cerebrum
(iv) Cerebellum

(iii) Cerebrum

Q14. Which portion of the brain is responsible for various emotions such as pleasure, fear, and happiness?

(i) Thalamus
(ii) Reticular formation
(iii) Hypothalamus
(iv) Limbic system

(iv) Limbic system

Q15. Piamater is:

(i) Inner most meninge
(ii) Middle meninge
(iii) Outer meninge
(iv) None of the above

(i) Inner most meninge

Q16. The most abundant intracellular cation is:

(i) Ca++
(ii) H+
(iii) K+
(iv) Na+

(iii) K+

Q17. Auditory nerve is responsible for

(i) Sight
(ii) Hearing
(iii) Smell
(iv) None of these

(ii) Hearing

Q18. Vestibular apparatus is made up of three semi circular canals. These canals lies at __ degree angle to each other.

(i) 30
(ii) 45
(iii) 60
(iv) 90

(iv) 90

Q19. In the process of eye donation, a particular part of a dead man’s eye is stored and grafted on another person’s eye to restore vision. That donated part of the eye is:

(i) Retina
(ii) Lens
(iii) Cornea
(iv) Sclera

(iii) Cornea

Q20. Number of cranial nerves in human:

(i) 12 Cranial Nerves
(ii) 24 Cranial Nerves
(iii) 11 Cranial Nerves
(iv) 29 Cranial Nerves

(i) 12 Cranial Nerves

Q21. Outer region of spinal cord is

(i) White matter
(ii) Grey matter
(iii) Pia mater
(iv) Dura matere

(i) White matter

Q22. There are __ pairs of cranial nerves arising from the brain.

(i) 8
(ii) 12
(iii) 18
(iv) 25

(ii) 12

Q23. Outer most covering of brain is called:

(i) Choroid
(ii) Duramater
(iii) Piamater
(iv) Arachnoid

(ii) Duramater

Q24. Hyalocytes cells occurs in

(i) Aqueous humor
(ii) Vitreous humor
(iii) Both of the above
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Vitreous humor

Q25. A nerve impulse leaves a neuron via the

(i) Dendrites
(ii) Axon
(iii) Cyton
(iv) Nucleus

(ii) Axon

Q26. The function of vagus nerve innervating the heart is to

(i) Initiate the heart beat
(ii) Reduce the heart beat
(iii) Accelerate the heart beat
(iv) Maintain constant heart beat

(ii) Reduce the heart beat

Q27. Four healthy people in their twenties got involved in injuries resulting in damage and death of a few cells of the following. Which of the cells are least likely to be replaced by new cells? [2005]

(i) Liver cells
(ii) Neurons
(iii) Malpighian layer of the skin
(iv) Osteocytes

(ii) Neurons

Q28. Lower part of filum terminale has only:

(i) Piamater
(ii) Duramater
(iii) Arachnoid
(iv) All of the above

(i) Piamater

Q29. Endolymph is found in

(i) Internal ear
(ii) Cnidoblast
(iii) Synovial cavity
(iv) Posterior chamber of eye

(i) Internal Ear

Q30. Which of the following is not related to the autonomic nervous system?

(i) Peristalsis
(ii) Digestion
(iii) Excretion
(iv) Memory and learning

(iv) Memory and learning

Q31. Which of the following is not related to the autonomic nervous system?

(i) Peristalsis
(ii) Digestion
(iii) Excretion
(iv) Memory and learning

(iv) Memory and learning

Q32. Outer most covering of brain is called:

(i) Choroid
(ii) Duramater
(iii) Piamater
(iv) Arachnoid

(ii) Duramater

Q33. The hair cells in the ear are stimulated by movements of

(i) Lymph
(ii) Endolymph
(iii) Perilymph
(iv) Haemolymph

(ii) Endolymph

Q34. Functions of smooth muscles, cardiac muscles, organs, and glands are regulated by __ system.

(i) Parasympathetic
(ii) Sympathetic
(iii) Central nervous
(iv) Autonomic

(iv) Autonomic

Q35. Which part of brain controls emotions like love, anger and pleasure –

(i) M.O.
(ii) Hypothalamus
(iii) Cerebrum
(iv) Cerebellum

(ii) Hypothalamus

Q36. Injury to vagus nerve in humans is not likely to affect:

(i) tongue movements
(ii) gastrointestinal movements
(iii) pancreatic secretion
(iv) cardiac movements

(i) tongue movements

Q37. Cochlea of mammalian ear helps in

(i) Phonoreception
(ii) Sound production
(iii) Equilibrium & hearing
(iv) Equilibrium

(i) Phonoreception

Q38. Which neuroglia cells produce a fatty insulating material called myelin?

(i) Satellite cells
(ii) Schwann cells
(iii) Both (i) and (ii)
(iv) Neither (i) nor (ii)

(ii) Schwann cells

Q39. Number of cranial nerves in human:

(i) 12 Cranial Nerves
(ii) 24 Cranial Nerves
(iii) 11 Cranial Nerves
(iv) 29 Cranial Nerves

(i) 12 Cranial Nerves

Q40. Night blindness is caused due to

(i) Hypermatropia
(ii) Myopia
(iii) Defective cornea
(iv) Deficiency of rhodopsin in rods

(iv) Deficiency of rhodopsin in rods

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