PMS Biology solved MCQs Assessment 2021-22

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PMS Biology solved MCQs Assessment 2020

PMS Biology solved MCQs from past papers of uhs and nums entrance test session 2018-23. All MCQs are collected from entrance tests of medical colleges in private and public sectors in PAKISTAN. 

The vesicle-forming phragmoplast originates during:
a) interphase
(b) Prophase
(c) Metaphase
(d) Telophase
Tho armored mammal that lives only In Amodca is:
(a) Echidna
(b) Pangolin
(c) Porcupine
(d) Armadillo
The problem In which contraction of entire muscle takes place and it lasts for just a few seconds to 6ovcral noun Is:
(a) Tetanus
(b)  Tetany
(c) Cramp
(d) Muscle fa6gue
The succession in the pond is called:
(a) Kerosene
(b) Xemsene
(cl Hydrosere
d) Mesosphere

Sample MCQs For MDCAT Prep 2022:

Which cells secrete testosterone:
(a) Prostate gland
(b) Seminal vesicle
(cl Interstitial cells
(d) Folklore cells
Drifting or floating microscopic animals and plants are called:
(a) Plankton
(b) Cyandobacterja
(cl Fungi
(d) Mammals
The smaller number of cl cells in the pancreas secrete:
(a) Insulin
(b) Glucagon
(c) Antidiuretic hormone
(d) Water
Which part of the brain monitors the body temperature:
(a) Thalamus
(b)  Pons
(cl Hypothalamus
(d) Amygdala
About 50% of cases of MODY are caused by mutations in:
(a) Kinase gene
(b) Galactoxinase gene
(c) Glucokinase gene
(d) Pnoteinase
Children with severe combined immunodeficiency syndrome (SCID) lack enzyme
(a) Adensoine deaminase (ADA)
(b) LH
(c) FSH
(d) Vasopressin
At the cephalic end of the primitive streak, closely packed cells form local t!’ the” ‘i have known as:
(a) Primitive gut
(b) Primitive ridges
(c) Hensen’s node
(d) Splanchnic mesoderm
The joint that allows the movement in two directions:
(a) Hinge joint
(b) Ball and socket joint
(c) Cartdaginous joint

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