CBSE Class 6 Biology Health and Hygiene MCQs

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Question: In which year Alexander Fleming discovered an enzyme

  • a) 1921
  • b) 1912
  • c) 1907
  • d) 1984

Answer: 1921


Question: Any condition that interferes with the normal body functions due to some reasons is called

  • a) disease
  • b) Health
  • c) none
  • d) Hereditary

Answer: disease


Question: A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease is defined as

  • a) Health
  • b) consumption
  • c) none
  • d) disease

Answer: Health


Question: Diseases can be categorised into _______ categories

  • a) 8
  • b) 6
  • c) none
  • d) 2

Answer: 8


Question: Diseases which are present in the body from the birth are called _______ diseases

  • a) congenital
  • b) none
  • c) Leprosy
  • d) Haemophilia

Answer: congenital


Question: The main cause congenital diseases is due to a _______

  • a) genetic abnormality
  • b) Hereditary
  • c) diabetic
  • d) none

Answer: genetic abnormality


Question: ________ is a group of inherited blood disorders in which the loses its ability to clot.

  • a) Haemophilia
  • b) Colour blindness
  • c) none
  • d) none

Answer: Haemophilia


Question: Acquired diseases develop – after

  • a) after birth
  • b) before birth
  • c) both
  • d) none

Answer: after birth


Question: Diseases that can be passed from an infected person to a healthy person in direct or indirect manner are called

  • a) communicable diseases
  • b) none
  • c) non communicable disease
  • d) Droplet diseases

Answer: communicable diseases


Question: Virus belongs to which disease

  • a) common cold
  • b) Typhoid
  • c) tetanus
  • d) cholera

Answer: common cold


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Question: Protozoa belongs to which disease

  • a) malaria
  • b) ascariases
  • c) botulism
  • d) leprosy

Answer: malaria


Question: Worms belongs to which disease

  • a) Amoebiasis
  • b) swine flue
  • c) Elephantiasis
  • d) diptheria

Answer: Amoebiasis

 

Question: Some diseases are not spread from person to person or by microorganisms or directly or indirectly are called

  • a) non-communicable
  • b) none
  • c) hereditary
  • d) communicable

Answer: non-communicable


Question: Communicable diseases can spread through an infected person or through various mode such as air, water, food, and organisms known as

  • a) vectors
  • b) Tuberculosis
  • c) both
  • d) none

Answer: vectors


Question: Bacteria are found everywhere in the

  • a) all
  • b) soil
  • c) water, food
  • d) air

Answer: all


Question: Cholera is caused by bacterium

  • a) vibrio cholerae
  • b) Microbacterium leproe
  • c) Salmonella Typhi
  • d) clostridium tetani

Answer: vibrio cholerae


Question: Protozoa are ________ organisms

  • a) multicellular
  • b) doubled called
  • c) single celled
  • d) none

Answer: multicellular


Question: Amoebiasis is caused by

  • a) Entamoeba histolyticad
  • b) none
  • c) Vibrio cholerae
  • d) Salmonella Typhi

Answer: Entamoeba histolyticad


Question: Typhoid is caused by a rod shaped bacteria called

  • a) Salmonello Typhi
  • b) none
  • c) wichu
  • d) Micobacteria

Answer: Salmonello Typhi


Question: The period between the exposure to an infection and the appearance of the first symptom are called

  • a) malnutrion
  • b) Incubation
  • c) both
  • d) none

Answer: malnutrion


Question: When the supply of all nutrients is done in right amount and ration according to the need of the body, we call it a

  • a) Protein
  • b) carbohydrates
  • c) none
  • d) balance diet

Answer: Protein


Question: Marasmus results due to the deficiency of

  • a) Proteins and fats
  • b) Protein starch
  • c) none
  • d) Proteins and carbohydrate

Answer: Proteins and fats


Question: Full form of HIV is

  • a) Human Immunodeficiency virus
  • b) Human immunity virus
  • c) Health Immunodeficiency virus
  • d) none

Answer: Human Immunodeficiency virus


Question: Conjunctivitis, a viral infection of

  • a) eyes
  • b) throat
  • c) ear
  • d) nose

Answer: eyes

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