Reproductive Health MCQs Class 12 Biology
Please refer to Chapter 4 Reproductive Health MCQ Class 12 Biology with answers below. These multiple-choice questions have been prepared based on the latest NCERT book for Class 12 Biology. Students should refer to MCQ Questions for Class 12 Biology with Answers to score more marks in Grade 12 Biology exams. Students should read the chapter Reproductive Health and then attempt the following objective questions.
MCQ Questions Class 12 Biology Chapter 4 Reproductive Health
The Reproductive Health MCQ Class 12 Biology provided below covers all important topics given in this chapter. These MCQs will help you to properly prepare for exams.
Question. When were family planning programmers initiated iff-ftidte?
Question. What is the full form of RCH?
(a) Reproductive and Child Health Gare
(b) Reproduction, Oontraqeption and Health
(c) Reproduction and Child Health
Question. What is false for GIFT?
(a) It is Gamete Intra-Fallopian Transfer
(b) Ovum from a donor is transferred into the oviduct of the recipient
(c) Zygote from a donor is transferred intoihe oviduct of the recipient
(d) The recipient cannot produce ovum
Question. Cu released by CuTs plays a role in –
(a) Increasing phagocytosis of sperms
(b) Suppressing sperm motility
(c) Suppressing fertilising capacity of sperms
(d) Both b and c
Question. Select the statement(s) that relate to reproductive health-
(a) ‘Healthy reproductive organs with normal functions
(b) Emotional aspects of reproduction
(c) Social aspects of reproduction
Question. Choose the correct statements –
I According to the WHO, reproductive health is total weli’being in the physical, social, emotional.ljehavioursl aspects of reproduction
II; According to the WHO, reproductive1 health is total will being in the physical, social and emotional^aspects of 4reproduction
III. A reproductively healthy society has people with physically and functionally normal reproductive organs.
IV. Reproductiveiy healthy societies have abnormal sex^rglattdamotfonal and-behavioural interactions
Question. What is true for “Lactational amenorrhoea”?
I. It means absence of menstruation
II. Ovulation does not occur during the lactational period
III. Chances of failure of contraception are almost nil upto six months following parturition
IV. Side effects are almost nil
V. Contraceptive efficiency reduces after the period of intense lactation
VI. It is a natural method of contraception
VII. It increases phagocytosis of sperms
(a) II, III, IV, V, VI
(b) All except VII
(c) II, III, IV, V
Question. What is the full form of lUDs?
(a) Inter Uterine Devices
(b) Intra Uterine Diseases
(c) Intra Uterine Devices
(d) Inter Uterine Diseases
Question. Which of the following is/are related to STDs?
(b) still birth
(c) pelvic inflammatory disease
(d) All of the above
Question: What is false for Z!FT?
(a) ZIFT – Zygote Intra Fallopian Transfer
(b) It follows IVF
(c) Zygote or early embryo
(d) Embryos with more than 8 blastomeres are transferred to the uterus
Question. What is the method called where the male withdraws his penis just before ejaculation?
(a) Coitus interruptus
(b) Lactational amenorrhoea
(d) Both a and c
Question. I. Male condoms are disposable, female condoms are not.
II. Male and female condoms, both, are disposable.
III. Condoms are not disposable in general
IV. Condoms cannot be self – inserted
What is true from the above statements?
(a) I, IV
(b) III, IV
(c) Only II
Question. Nirodh is a popular brand of-
(a) Contraceptive pill
Question. Condoms are barriers that cover-
(a) Penis in male and ovary in female
(b) Penis in male and cervix and vagina in female
(c) Scrotum in male and cervix and vagina in female
(d) Cervix in male and vagina in female
(a) Increase sperm phagocytosis
(b) Decrease sperm motility
(c) Prevent the ejaculated semen from entering the female reproductive tract
(d) Inhibit ovulation
Question. Barrier methods are available for –
(a) Only males
(b) Only females
Question. Diaphragms, cervical caps and vaults are –
(c) Reusable for males only
Question. On which days of the menstrual cycle is ovulation expected?
(a) 10th – 30th
(b) 1 st -10th
(c) 10th -17th
(d) 18th – 25th
Question. Diaphragms, cervical caps and vaults are-
(a) For females only
(b) For males only
(c) For males and females
Question. What is true of natural methods of contraception?
(a) They increase phagocytosis of sperms
(b) They employ barriers to prevent fertilisation
(c) They are natural ways of avoiding chances of fertilisation
(d) They are surgical methods and are terminal methods
Question. What is true for an ideal contraceptive?
I. It should be user-friendly
II. It should be easily available
III. It should be ineffective and reversible with least side effects
IV It should be effective and reversible with least side effects.
V. It should interfere with the sexual act of the user
(b) I, II, HI
(c) I, II, IV
Question. What is the marriageable age for the females and males in India?
Question. What does the slogan “Hum Do Hamare Do” aim at?
(a) Raising of the marriageable age
(b) Family Planning
(d) Economic growth
Question. What was the growth rate according to the 2001 census report?
Question. I. Rapid decline in death rate.
II. Rapid increase in MMR and IMR
III. Rapid decline in MMR and IMR
IV. Increase in number of people in the reproductive age group
V. Rapid increase in the death rate What are the causes of higher population growth?
(b) I, II, IV
(c) I, III, IV
(d) lll, IV.V
Question. What is the approximate Indian population according to the recent census (May 2000)?
(a) About 1 billion
(b) About 1 million
(c) About 10 billion
(d) About 15 million
Question. What is the approximate world population according to the recent census? (May 2000)
(a) About 6 billion
(b) About 60 billion
(c) About 16 billion
(d) About 6 million
(a) Itching, fluid discharge, slight pain, swellings, etc.
(b) Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases (PID), ectopic pregnancies, still births, infertility, abortions, etc.
(c) Both a and b
Question. Which of the sets of diseases are completely curable if detected early?
(a) Hepatitis – B, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis .
(b) Genital herpes, Chlamydiasis, Syphilis
(c) HIV Infections, Chlamydiasis, Gonorrhoea
(d) Chlamydiasis, Genital warts, Syphilis
Question. Choose the correct option –
I. RTI – Reproductive Tract Infections
II. VD-Venereal Diseases
III. STD – Sexually Transmitted Diseases
IV. IVF – Intra Vaginal Transfer
(b) I, II, III
(c) II, III
Question. MTP is practised mainly to –
(a) Get rid of unwanted female child legally
(b) Get rid of unwanted pregnancies due to failure of contraception or rapes
(c) Both a and b
(d) Decrease population size
Question. MTPs are considered relatively safe during the. ____trimester; __________ trimester abortions are much riskier.
(a) First, second
(b) Second, first
(c) Third, first
(d) Third, second
Question. MTP was leg sed in India in –
Question. MTP is –
(a) Medical Termination of Pregnancy
(b) Also called induced abortion
(c) Both a and b
(d) Aimed at decreasing population size
Question. Sterilisation in males is_______and in females is _______
(a) Vasectomy, Tubectomy
(b) Tubectomy, Vasectomy
(c) Vasectomy, Vasectomy
(d) Tubectomy, Tubectomy
Question. What is true for surgical methods?
I. Also called sterilisation
II. Terminal method of contraception
III. Block gamete transport
IV. Called vasectomy in females and tubectomy in males
V. High reversibility and contraceptive efficiency
VI. High contraceptive efficiency
(a) I, II, III, VI
(b) I, II, III, V
(c) 1,11,111, IV, VI
(d) I, II, III, VI
Question. Pills, implants and lUDs are very effective if taken within ______
(a) 5 days
(b) 72 hours “
(c) 30 days
(d) 15 days
Question. People especially vulnerable to STDs are in the age group –
Question. Natural methods of birth control include?
(b) coitus interruptus
(c) lactational amenorrhoea
(d) All of these
Question. Using which contraceptive also provides protection from contracting STDs and AIDs?
(b) Spermicidal foams
(d) lactational amenorrhoea
Question. Birth control pills check ovulation in female by inhibiting the secretion of –
(a) follicle stimulating hormone
(b) luteinizing hormone
Question. Gamete Intra-fallopian transfer is –
(a) injecting embryo into oviduct
(b) an ART
(c) injecting egg and sperm into oviduct in case of infertility
(d) Both bandc
Question. Which of the following diseases is/are not completely curable?
(a) genital herpes
(b) HIV infection
(c) Both a and b
Question. Wnere was “Saheli” developed?
(a) Indian Council of Medical Researcn, New Delhi
(b) Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow
(c) All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
Question. What is true for I UDs?
I. They are self-inserted
II. They are inserted by expert nurses
III. They may be non-medicated lUDs, copper releasing lUDs or hormone releasing lUDs.
IV. They are the one of the most widely accepted contraceptives in India.
V. They are inter-uterine devices
(b) II, III, IV
(c) I, II, III
(d) I, II, III, V
Question. Which of the following is/are correct?
(a) pill prevents ovulation
(b) vasectomy causes semen having no sperms
(c) copper-T prevents implantation
(d) All of the above
Question. “Test tube” baby refers to –
(a) A baby born in test tube
(b) An ovum made to fertilise in-vitro and then implanted in the uterus
(c) A method of tissue culture
Question. Which is true?
I. Generally MTP is safe during the first trimester
II. Chances of contraception are nil until the mother breast-feeds the infant upto 2 years
III. IUDs are very effective contraceptives
IV. Pills may be taken upto one week after coitus to prevent conception
(a) I, II
(b) II, III
(c) III, IV
(d) l, lll
Question. What is arnniocentesis?
I. Aprernatal, foetal determination test.
II. A postnatal foetal determination test
III. It is based on the chfomosomal pattern of the amniotic flgid.
IV. It is based on the chromosomal pattern of the chorionic fluid.
V. It is based on the chromosomal pattern of the amniotic fluid and the seminal fluid
(c) 1,111 .
(d) l, IV
Question. Reproductive health in society can be improved by-
I. Introduction of sex education in schools.
II. Increased medical assistance.
III. Awareness about contraception and STDs
IV. Equal opportunities to male and female child.
V. Ban on arnniocentesis
VI. Encouraging myths and misconceptions
(b) I, II, IV, VJ
(c) li II, 111; IV, V
(d) II, V
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