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Anatomy and physiology are two of the most basic terms and areas of study in the life sciences. Anatomy refers to the internal and external structures of the body and their physical relationships, whereas physiology refers to the study of the functions of those structures.

Free Anatomy and Physiology Practice Questions


1. Choose the interpretation that is most appropriate for each sentence.
People do not often rely on men who allow their exalted position to go to their head. This means that people shun those who
A. are highly placed
B. are conceited because of their position
C. are rude because of their position
D. do not do their work
Correct Answer: B

2. Choose the interpretation that is most appropriate for each sentence.
The manager hit the roof when he was presented with the estimate for the new project. This means that the manager
A. mobilised the workers
B. became very angry
C. became very suspicious
D. cancelled the project
Correct Answer: B

3. Choose the interpretation that is most appropriate for each sentence.
When he received the news that he had lost the election, he did not bat an eyelid. This means that he
A. expected to lose the election
B. stood perfectly still
C. was shocked to have lost the election
D. showed no feelings
Correct Answer: D

4. choose the word or group of words that is nearest in meaning to the underlined word as it is used in the sentence.
The boy was reluctant to carry out the order of his senior
A. adamant
B. slow
C. sluggish
D. unwilling
Correct Answer: D


1. When 250 cm3 of a saturated solution of CuSO44 at 30°C was evaporated to dryness, 5.0 g of the salt was obtained.
What is the solubility of the salt at 30°C? [CuSO44 = 160]
A. 0.031
B. 0.125
C. 0.640
D. 1.560
Correct Answer: B

2. The bond between NH33 and H++ in NH4++ is?
A. dative
B. covalent
C. hydrogen
D. electrovalent
Correct Answer: A

3. Which of the following oxides has a giant covalent structure?
A. Al22O33
B. Na22O
C. P44O1010
D. SiO2
Correct Answer: D, – Silicon dioxide is an example of a substance with a giant covalent structure . It contains many silicon and oxygen atoms. All the atoms in its structure are linked to each other by strong covalent bonds. The atoms are joined to each other in a regular arrangement, forming a giant covalent structure.

4. Which of the following hydroxides is not readily soluble in water?
B. Ca (OH)22
Correct Answer: B, -The hydroxides of sodium, potassium, and ammonium are very soluble in water. The hydroxides of calcium and barium are moderately soluble.

5. Which of the following statements about the solubility of a salt is correct?
A. A salt whose solubility increases with temperature would not crystallize easily on cooling
B. A salt whose solubility is independent of temperature would normally crystallize out on cooling
C. Crystallization would be efficient in separating out a salt whose solubility increases considerably with temperature
D. Solubility of a solid does not affect its crystallization
Correct Answer: C,


1. The structure of the cell membrane is a
A. double layer and a double protein layer
B. middle bi-layer of protein with a lipid layer on either surface
C. middle bi-layer of lipid with a protein layer on either surface
D. protein layer with two inner lipid layers
Correct Answer: C

2. Which of the following cells is a specialized cell?
A. Amoeba
B. Plasmodium
C. Guard cell
D. Meristematic cell
Correct Answer: C

3. When a Spirogyra filament is placed in a concentrated salt solution for 30 minutes, the cell would become
A. plasmolysed
B. turgid
C. shortened
D. elongated
Correct Answer: A

4. Water and salts are both lost from the human body in
A. breath and sweat
B. breath and Urine
C. breath, urine and sweat
D. sweat and urine
Correct Answer: D

5. Which of the following features could be used to determine the growth of a seedling?
A. Number of flowers
B. Number of leaves
C. Length of flowers
D. Length of radicle
Correct Answer: D


1- If the fractions 3/5, 2/3, ¼, 5/7 and 6/11 are arranged in ascending order of their values, then which one will be the fourth
(A) 3/5
(B) 1/4
(C) 5/7
(D) 2/3

2- 1 hectare = ?
(A) 1000 m2
(B) 10000 m2
(C) 100000 m2
(D) None of the above

3-The sum of two numbers is 24 and the sum of their squares is 386, then one number is
(A) 17
(B) 19
(C) 9
(D) 11

4- A wheel rotates 15 times each minute. How many degrees will it rotate in 12 seconds of time?
(A) 360°
(B) 720°
(C) 1080°
(D) None of the above

5-If f(n) = n5 – n, n ϵ N, then f(n) is divisible by
(A) 25
(B) 30
(C) 35
(D) 32


  1. The time period of a satellite does not depend on which of the following?

[A] Radius of earth

[B] Height of the satellite

[C] Mass of the satellite

[D] None of the above



Time period of a satellite is the time taken by satellite to go once around the earth. The time period is independent of the mass of orbiting body and depends on the mass of central body and radius of the orbit.

  1. What is the time period for a satellite orbiting close to the surface of earth?

[A] 84.6 minutes

[B] 72.4 minutes

[C] 44.8 minutes

[D] 24 hours



In this case, the radius of the orbit will be nearly equal to the radius of earth i.e. 6.4 x 106m. The time period for a satellite orbiting close to the surface of earth is 84.6 minutes.

  1. The angular momentum of a satellite depends on which of the following?

[A] Mass of the satellite

[B] Mass of the planet

[C] Radius of orbit of satellite

[D] All of the above




The angular momentum of a satellite depends on: 1. Mass of the satellite 2. Mass of the planet 3. Radius of orbit of satellite it is denoted by L. L = (m2GMr)1/2


  1. Which of the following states of matter has the weakest Intermolecular forces?

[A] Solids

[B] Liquids

[C] Gases

[D] It is same in solids, liquids and gases



The three states of matter varies from each other due to the following factors. (1) The different magnitudes of the interatomic and intermolecular forces. (2) The extent of random thermal motion of atoms and molecules of a substance (which depends upon temperature). The Intermolecular force is strongest in solids and weakest in gases.


  1. What is the name given to the linear strain produced in the direction of deforming force?

[A] Linear strain

[B] Longitudinal strain

[C] Directional strain

[D] Zero strain



Linear strain: If the deforming force produces a change in length alone, the strain produced in the body is called linear strain or tensile strain. Linear strain in the direction of deforming force is called longitudinal strain and, in a direction, perpendicular to force is called lateral strain.


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