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Biology

226)When does rate and dept of respiration increase?
When oxygen concentration increases When bicarbonate concentration increases
When carbondioxide concentration increases in alveolar air When bicarbonate concentration decreases
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227)The mountain sickness is due to
Arterial hypoxia Anaemia hypoxia
Lack of sufficient number of erythrocytes Lack of sufficient amount of haemoglobin
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228)Cyanide poisoning will lead to
Hypoxic hypoxia Anaemic hypoxia
Atagnant hypoxia Histotoxic hypoxia
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229)What causes asthma?
Bleeding into pleural cavity Spasm in bronchial muscles
Infection of lungs Infection of trachea
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230)Occupational lung diseases is related to
Asbestosis Silcosis
Fibrosis of upper part of lung All of these
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231)Breakdown of alveoli of lungs resulting in the reducing surface area for gas exchange is known as
Sneezing Pneumonia
Tuberculosis Emphysema
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232)When thorax is injured and pleura damaged, the air enters the pleural cavity and the lungs are collapsed. This condition is known as
Pneumothorax Orthopnea
Hypopnea Dyspnea
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233)Protective respiratory blast is known as
Caughing Sneezing
Hiccupping None of these
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234)Which of the following is caused by low oxygen tension in blood?
Sneezing Caughing
Yawning Hiccupping
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235)Which of the following is related with bubbling of N2 in the blood resulting in pain or severe problem?
Asthma Caisson's disease
Cheyne stokes respiration Hypopnea
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236)Effect of increase of temperature in the rate of respiration is
Increases Decreases rapidly
Remain unchanged Decreases slowly
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237)Haemoglobin of red blood cells make stable combination with
CO2 O2
N2 CO
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238)Which one of the following is not a respiratory pigment?
Haemozoin Haemocyanin
Haemoglobin Chlorocruorin
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239)Which of the following can cause pneumonia?
Fungi Protozoan
Bacteria (Streptococcus pneumoniae) All of these
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240)Silcosis is chracterised by proliferation of fibrous tissue in
Pulmonary capillary Respiratory tract
Upper part of lung Lower part of lung
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