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Quiz

1. Which substance can be used as an anaesthetic ?

(1) Helium
(2) Chlorine
(3) Carbon dioxide
(4) Nitrous oxide

2. Iron pipes are often coated with a layer of zinc to prevent corrosion. This process is termed ?

(1) Annealing
(2) Electroplating
(3) Galvanisation
(4) Vulcanisation

3. Chemically, vitamin C is ?

(1) Acetic acid
(2) Ascorbic acid
(3) Citric acid
(4) Tartaric acid

4. An acid used to remove ink-spots is ?

(1) Butyric acid
(2) Lactic acid
(3) Oxalic acid
(4) Tartaric acid

5. Which of the following forms an irreversible complex with haemoglobin of blood ?

(1) A mixture of carbon dioxide
(2) Carbon monoxide
(3) Carbon dioxide
(4) Pure nitrogen gas

6. Where would the bacterium E. Coli be readily found ?

(1) Human intestine
(2) Ponds
(3) Refuse dumps
(4) Soil

7. During sleep, a man's blood pressure ?

(1) Increases
(2) Decreases
(3) Remains constant
(4) Fluctuates

8. Pace-maker is also known as ?

(1) A.V. Node
(2) Bundle of His
(3) Choradae tendinae
(4) S.A. Node

9. Round worms can be removed from the intestine of the man by administering ?

(1) Penicillin (intramusular)
(2) Piperazine citrate
(3) Enteroquinol
(4) Tetracycline hydrochloride

10. Which one of the following organisms is required for the preparation of alcohol ?

(1) Bacteria
(2) Protozoa
(3) Fungi
(4) Viruses

11. The study of the interaction of antigens and antibodies is called ?

(1) Cryobiology
(2) Argiology
(3) Haematology
(4) Serology

12. Triple antigen is administered to prevent the attack of ?

(1) Diphtheria, tetanus and tuberculosis
(2) Diphtheria, tetanus and malaria
(3) Diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough
(4) Tetanus, tuberculosis and malaria

13. Malphigian tubules are excretory organs in ?

(1) Amphibians
(2) Annelids
(3) Birds
(4) Insects

14. In rabbit and horse, the appendix ?

(1) Is very small
(2) Helps in digestion of cellulose
(3) Has no use
(4) Stores food

15. Which of the following has the shortest gestation period ?

(1) Buffalo
(2) Cow
(3) Camel
(4) Goat

16. Serum is ?

(1) Another name for plasma
(2) Purified blood
(3) Plasma without fibrinogen
(4) None of the above

17. Bees are particularly sensitive to ?

(1) Red colour
(2) Green colour
(3) Ultraviolet light
(4) No colour

18. The wavelength of light least effective in photosynthesis is ?

(1) Red
(2) Green
(3) Blue
(4) Violet

19. Insects need not have ?

(1) Antennae
(2) Compound eyes
(3) Three distinct regions in their bodies
(4) Wings

20. Chlorosis is ?

(1) Absence of chlorophyll
(2) Excess pigmentation in plants
(3) Inability to use chlorophyll
(4) The yellow of leaves due to low chlorophyll content

21. Which of the following vitamins and deficiency diseases is wrongly matched ?

(1) Cobalamin - Pernicious
(2) Niacin - Pellagra
(3) Riboflavin - Beri-beri
(4) Vitamin D - Osteomalacia

22. In blue-eyed people, the ?

(1) Choroid has blue pigment
(2) Iris has blue pigment
(3) Irish has no pigment
(4) Iris has black pigment

23. The hormone responsible for the secretion of milk in mother is ?

(1) ACTH
(2) Adrenalin
(3) Lentinizing hormone
(4) Lactogenic hormone

24. Which one of the following is an eggs-laying mammal ?

(1) Bat
(2) Spiny ant-eater
(3) Scaly ant-eater
(4) Whale

25. Which of the vitamins promotes conversation of inorganic phosphorus to organic compounds in the bones ?

(1) A
(2) B
(3) D
(4) E

26. Ginger is a ?

(1) Bulb
(2) Rhizome
(3) Tuber
(4) Modified root

27. Which one of the following enzymes digests starch ?

(1) Renin
(2) Trypsin
(3) Ptyalin
(4) Pepsin

28. Which of the following is carried by the waves from one place to another ?

(1) Energy
(2) Mass
(3) Wavelength
(4) Velocity

29. Soft drinks such as colas contain significant quantities of ?

(1) Caffeine
(2) Renin
(3) Nicotine
(4) Tannin

30. Depletion of Ozone layer in stratosphere causes ?

(1) Bone cancer
(2) Lung cancer
(3) Leukemia
(4) Skin cancer

31. Dry ice consists of ?

(1) Heavy water
(2) Solidified alcohol
(3) Solid carbon dioxide
(4) Liquid Ammonia

32. Marsh gas consists of ?

(1) Carbon monoxide
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Methane
(4) Lung cancer

33. The alloy of steel containing chromium to resist rusting is known as ?

(1) Cast iron
(2) Hard steel
(3) Stainless steel
(4) Wrought iron

34. A substance which behaves both as an acid and base is ?

(1) Alkali
(2) Amphoteric
(3) Hygroscope
(4) Salt

35. Vingar is an aqueous solution of ?

(1) Acetic acid
(2) Citric acid
(3) Hydrochloric acid
(4) Oxalic acid

36. The edible portion of which of the following vegetables is not a stem ?

(1) Corn of Colocasia
(2) Ginger
(3) Potato
(4) Sweet potato

37. In human body, the pancreas secretes its enzymes into which one of the following ?

(1) Duodenum
(2) Ileum
(3) Jejunum
(4) Stomach

38. What is the main constituent of natural gas ?

(1) Butane
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Ethane
(4) Methane

39. The heads of matchsticks contain ?

(1) Antimony sulphide, sulphur and red lead
(2) Red phosphorus and sulphur
(3) Potassium, sand and sulphur
(4) Sulphur and potassium chlorate

40. Insect-resistant cotton plants have been genetically engineered by inserting a gene from a/an ?

(1) Bacterium
(2) Plant
(3) Insect
(4) Virus

41. The blood glucose level is commonly expressed as ?

(1) Grams per liter
(2) Parts per million
(3) Milligram per decilitre
(4) Mm of Hg

42. The 'stones' formed in human kidney consist mostly of ?

(1) Calcium
(2) Calcium oxalate
(3) Magnesium sulphate
(4) Sodium acetate

43. Which one of the following organisms can serve as a bio-fertiliser for rice crop ?

(1) Azotobacter sp
(2) Blue-green algae
(3) Mycorrhizal fungi
(4) Rhizobium sp

44. Which one of the following does a TV remote control unit use to operate a TV set ?

(1) Radio waves
(2) Light waves
(3) Microwaves
(4) Sound waves

45. In which one of the following plants are rhizobium bacteria involved in fixing atmospheric nitrogen ?

(1) Beans
(2) Potato
(3) Tomato
(4) Rice

46. Hybridoma technology is a new biotechnological approach for commerical production of ?

(1) Alcohol
(2) Interferon
(3) Antibiotics
(4) Monoclonal antibodies

47. Among polymeric materials, we would not include ?

(1) Asbestos
(2) Guttapercha
(3) Nylon
(4) Natural rubber

48. Which of the following has the shortest inclubation period ?

(1) Chicken pox
(2) Rubella
(3) Mumps
(4) Scarlet fever

49. Co-enzymes are mostly derived from ?

(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin B complex
(3) Vitamin K
(4) Haemoglobin

50. A person who lives exclusively on milk, egg and bread is likely to become a victim of ?

(1) Rickets
(2) Sucrvy
(3) Xerophthalmia
(4) None of these

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