SCERT 10th Biology Mock Test 2021 for “Respiration” (Chapter-2) Online Practice Test

SCERT 10th Biology Mock Test 2021 (Zoology & Botany) for “Respiration” Online Practice Test (Chapter-2) Designed from all Objectives of the Subject for Both Medium Students of the Country.

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SCERT 10th Class Biology (Zoology & Botany) Mock Test 2021Secondary Education Biology Online Practice Exam 2021 for “Respiration”
Name of boardAll Secondary Education Board’s of the Country
Type of SyllabusState Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT)
Name of the Course / Class10th Standard / Secondary School Certificate (SSC)
Name of the SubjectBiology (Zoology & Botany)
MediumTelugu, English, and Others
Name of the ChapterChapter-2 “Respiration”
Number of Questions25 MCQ Questions
Time of Exam25 Minutes
CategoriesBiologyChapter-2Class-10RespirationSCERT
SCERT 10th Biology Mock Test 2021 For “Respiration”

Covered Topics of the Chapter

  • Discovery of gases and respiration
  • Steps in respiration
  • Pathway of air
  • Epiglottis and passage of air
  • Mechanism of respiration in human being
  • Gaseous exchange
  • Transportation of gases
  • Cellular respiration
  • Anaerobic respiration(experiment with yeast)
  • Fermentation
  • Respiration versus combustion
  • Heat production by living organisms
  • Evolution in gases exchange system
  • Respiration in plants
  • Aeration of roots
  • Photosynthesis versus respiration

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