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Class 10

Explore popular questions from Control and Coordination for Class 10. This collection covers Control and Coordination previous year Class 10 questions hand picked by experienced teachers.

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Q 1. Olfactory reception is related to sense of

Smelling

B

Tasting

C

Hearing

D

Vision

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Q 2. Axon are

A

Impulse

Cytoplasmic extension

C

Part of muscles

D

All are correct

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Q 3. Receptor for stimulus are present in

A

Stomach

B

Response

Sense organ

D

Hot objects

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Q 4. Impulse is generated when

A

Response is over

B

Response is going to be over

Stimulus is gained

D

Stimulus is over

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Q 5. CNS consists of

A

Brain

B

Spinal Cord

Both (A) and (B)

D

None of these

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Q 6. Which among them is not a voluntary action of body

A

Writing

B

Talking

C

Walking

Breathing

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Q 7. Cranium is related to

Head

B

Thorax

C

Abdomen

D

Limbs

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Q 8. Response in plant are regulated by

A

Sunlight

B

Gravity

C

Air

Phytohormone

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Q 9. Animals have specialized protein that helps in movement. Plant show movement due to change in

A

nature of plasma membrane

amount of water

C

amount of enzyme

D

none of these

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Q 10. Movement of pollen tubes towards ovule is an example of

A

Geotropism

B

Hydrotropism

Chemotropism

D

Phototropic

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Q 11. Unlike tropisms, nastic movements are in response to

A

Darkness

B

Wind

Non-directional stimuli

D

Directional stimuli

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Q 12. Roots grow downward as a response.

A

Positive phototropic

Negative phototropic

C

Negative geotropic

D

All of these

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Q 13. Ripening of fruits, such as bananas, is hastened by

A

Gibberellins

B

Abscisic acid

C

Cytokinin

Ethylene

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Q 14. A human hormone reducing blood flow to the digestive system and skin during stress is

A

Thyroxin

Adrenaline

C

Growth hormone

D

Insulin

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Q 15. Hormone associated with gonads

A

Testosterone

B

Estrogen

C

Auxin

Both (A) and (B)

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Q 16. Name the hormone which controls the basal metabolic rate in animals.

A

Adrenaline

Thyroxine

C

Aldosterone

D

Oxytocin

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Q 17. __________ is responsible for maintaining biological clock of body

Pineal

B

Kidney

C

Thyroid

D

Adrenal

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Q 18. Deficiency of _____ cause dwarfism

GH

B

FSH

C

LH

D

All of these

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Q 19. A person consuming sea food is least likely to develop

A

Diabetese

Goiter

C

Both A and B

D

Heart Diseases

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Q 20. A patient of diabetes is not producing

Insulin

B

Thyroxin

C

Oestrogen

D

Adrenaline

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Q 21. Growth hormone is produced by

A

Adrenal

Pituitary

C

Pancreas

D

Thyroid

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Q 22. The bending of shoot tip towards light is known as

A

Geotropism

Phototropism

C

Chemotropism

D

Hydrotropism

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Q 23. Which of the following gland is unpaired?

A

Adrenal

B

Testis

Pituitary

D

Ovary

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Q 24. Which of the following is commonly known as 'birth hormone'?

A

Prolactin

Oxytocin

C

ADH

D

FSH

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Q 25. Deficiency of Insulin causes

Diabetes mellitus

B

Diabetes insipidus

C

Cretinism

D

Dwarfism