Human Physiology MCQs

The topic Human Physiology will help you to understand the functions and mechanisms of a human body involving organs, cells, blood, nerves, etc which help us to interact with our surroundings and carry on with our day to day activities.

Under Human Physiology, one will also learn about the underlying physiological processes in detail. These include respiration, digestion, excretion and so on. 

You will be better able to gain an understanding of this chapter once you start solving the physiology MCQ.  

Objective questions will help you to revise the topics while also strengthening your understanding of essential concepts. Keeping this in mind, the physiology MCQ questions have been selected carefully from all parts of the chapter to help you with your preparation. 

Given below are physiology MCQ from the unit Human Physiology. You can opt to attempt all of the topics or test your understanding of a particular topic by going through the physiology questions from that specific section. 

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Physiology Multiple Choice Questions with Answers

Digestion and Absorption

1.Hormone is secreted by which of the following organ?

  1. Pancreas

  2. Liver

  3. Duodenum

2. If the stool of a person is whitish-grey, which organ is responsible?

  1. Kidney

  2. Liver

  3. Spleen

3. A type of proteolytic enzyme is found in infants’ gastric juices which helps in digestion of milk proteins. The name of the enzyme is

  1. Peptide

  2. Rennin

  3. Amylases

4. Fat digestion occurs in 

  1. Small intestine

  2. Stomach

  3. Duodenum

5. Protein digestion occurs in

  1. Rectum

  2. Small intestine

  3. Ileum

6. Which one of the following can be found in pancreatic juice?

  1. Trypsinogen

  2. Proenzyme pepsinogen

  3. Lysozyme

Breathing and Exchange of Gases

7. Respiratory centre is located in

  1. Cerebellum

  2. Medulla oblongata

  3. Cerebrum 

8. Carbon Monoxide poisoning happens due to

  1. Carbonic acid

  2. Carboxy haemoglobin

  3. Methane 

9. The internal lining in the trachea is made up of 

  1. Simple cuboidal epithelium

  2. Pseudostratified epithelium

  3. Simple squamous epithelium

10. A person has difficulty breathing due to inflammation of bronchi and bronchioles. What does he or she have?

  1. Emphysema

  2. Occupational respiratory disorders

  3. Asthma

Excretory Products and Their Elimination

11. kidney’s ability to produce concentrated urine depends on

  1. Diffusion

  2. Active transport

  3. Countercurrent mechanism

12. The right sequence of formation of urine is 

  1. Secretion, reabsorption, filtration

  2. Reabsorption. Secretion, filtration

  3. Filtration, reabsorption, secretion

13. when an individual consumes a large amount of protein, he or she will excrete

  1. More urea and uric acid

  2. More glucose

  3. Salt

14. In the case of uricotelic animals, the urea is removed via

  1. Ornithine cycle

  2. Kreb’s cycle

  3. Cori Cycle

Body Fluids and Circulation

15. The life span of Red Blood Cells is

  1. 100 days

  2. 110 days

  3. 120 days

16. The life span of White Blood Cells is

  1. Between 20-30 days

  2. Between two to three months

  3. Less than ten days

17. What Is the Ratio of WBC to RBC in body 

  1. 1:60

  2. 1:600

  3. 1:6000

18. Which is the largest blood vessel in the human body?

  1. Pulmonary vein

  2. Capillaries

  3. Aorta

19. Which of the following is responsible for the red colour of blood?

  1. Hemocyanin

  2. Myoglobin

  3. Haemoglobin

20. What should be the blood pressure of a healthy Human being?

  1. 120/80

  2. 120/100

  3. 110/90

Locomotor and Movement in Humans

21. which is a skull bone?

  1. Arytenoid

  2. Cricoid

  3. Pterygoid

22. Which body muscle can resist fatigue?

  1. Voluntary

  2. Striped

  3. Cardiac

The Nervous system

23. In which area does the comprehension of spoken and written words take place?

  1. Broca’s area

  2. Wernicke’s area

  3. Association area

24. Which of the following controls skeletal muscles?

  1. Autonomic nerves

  2. Somatic nerves

  3. Sympathetic nerves 

25. When Sympathetic Nerves get activated, it releases 

  1. Adrenaline which stimulates the organ

  2. Adrenaline which inhibits the organ

  3. Acetylcholine that stimulates the organ

26. Which of the following is not a neurotransmitter?

  1. Glutamic Acid

  2. Acetylcholine

  3. Tyrosine 

27. Which of the following is the largest cranial nerve?

  1. Oculomotor nerve

  2. Olfactory nerve

  3. Trigeminal nerve

Now that you have solved the human Physiology MCQ, you will be able to ascertain your preparation level for exams for this unit.

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Human Physiology MCQ Answer key

You may refer to the answer key for Physiology MCQ given below once you have attempted the multiple-choice questions mentioned above. 

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Define Physiology.

Ans. Physiology is the study of various mechanisms within a living organism work so that it can function correctly.

2. Who is Known as the Father of Physiology?

Ans. Claude Bernard is known as the father of new-age experimental physiology.

3. Name the Important Human Physiological Processes.

Ans. The major human physiological processes include (i) absorption and digestion(ii) respiration(iii) excretory system (iv) nervous system(v) blood and fluid circulation (vi) locomotion.