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Quiz

1. Bull semen for the purpose of artificial insemination is stored in ?

(1) Ice
(2) Liquid oxygen
(3) Liquid nitrogen
(4) Liquid carbon dioxide

2. Which of the following is most important for the growth of children up to the age of 14 ?

(1) Fat
(2) Milk
(3) Protein
(4) Vitamin

3. A tissue is ?

(1) A group of similar cells
(2) A kind of paper
(3) A medicine
(4) A kind of cloth

4. Seeds can best be preserved in ?

(1) Cool and dry condition
(2) Cool and wet condition
(3) Hot and dry condition
(4) Hot and wet condition

5. What are cold-blooded animals ?

(1) Animals whose blood is cold
(2) Animals who are ferocious
(3) Animals whose body temperature varies accoring to the temperature of atmosphere
(4) Animals whose body temperature remains constant

6. Reservoir of rabies is ?

(1) Dogs, foxes jackals, mongooses, bats
(2) Fox, wolves and rabid dog
(3) Rabid dogs
(4) Rabid dog and cat

7. Disease transferred from mother to chind through placenta is ?

(1) AIDS
(2) German measles
(3) Syphilis
(4) All of above

8. An antigen is ?

(1) A foreign molecules
(2) A protein
(3) A polysaccharide
(4) A micro-organism

9. The rate at which the heart beats per minute in an adult averages ?

(1) 60
(2) 72
(3) 84
(4) 96

10. The volume of urine produced in an adult human every 24 hours is ?

(1) 1.0 litre
(2) 1.5 litre
(3) 3.0 litre
(4) 5.0 litre

11. The nucleus is absent in ?

(1) Angiosperm
(2) Algae
(3) Escherichia coli
(4) Fungi

12. Blood does not clot in the absence of Vitamin K because it is ?

(1) An essential component of the clot
(2) An essential component of the platelets
(3) An essential for synthesis of prothrombin
(4) An essential for synthesis of fibrinogen

13. The outer layer of the skin is called ?

(1) Dermis
(2) Epidermis
(3) Endermis
(4) Exodermis

14. Hormones are useful for ?

(1) Digestion and reproduction
(2) Metabolic functions
(3) Producing energy
(4) Preventing disease

15. In the human body, fats are stored in ?

(1) Adipose tissues
(2) Opidermis
(3) Opithelial cells
(4) Liver

16. Rubeola virus causes ?

(1) Chicken pox
(2) German measles
(3) Measles
(4) Small pox

17. Excessive intake of polished rice causes deficiency of ?

(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin B
(3) Vitamin D
(4) Vitamin K

18. A vegetarian may get the required phosphorous for his body from ?

(1) Fish
(2) Milk
(3) Rice
(4) Soyabean

19. Bacterial action changes dead leaves into ?

(1) Algae
(2) Fungi
(3) Humus
(4) None of the above

20. Typhoid is caused by ?

(1) Escherichia
(2) Gairdia
(3) Shigella
(4) Salmonella

21. A colour-blind person commonly has diffculty in seeing ?

(1) Red only
(2) Red, green and pale tints
(3) Violet and blue
(4) All colours

22. Which of the following is considered to be the most effective method of returning minerals to the soil ?

(1) Contour ploughing
(2) Crop rotation
(3) Stripping
(4) None of the above

23. Most of the red, blue and purple colours of plants are due to a pigment called ?

(1) Anthocyanin
(2) Carotene
(3) Chlorophyll
(4) Xanthophyll

24. Which of the following is the principle organ of digestion and absorption of food in our body ?

(1) Large intestine
(2) Liver
(3) Pancres
(4) Small intestine

25. Which of the following is not a genetical disease ?

(1) Colour blindness
(2) Haemophillia
(3) Sickel- cell anaemia
(4) Pneumonia

26. In aquatic organisms the waste end-product of nitrogen metabolism is ?

(1) Ammonia
(2) Allantois
(3) Nitrogen
(4) Urea

27. Rain water helps to increase the to some extent ?

(1) Calcium contents
(2) Phosphorus contents
(3) Potassium contents
(4) Nitrogen contents

28. The total number of ear bones are ?

(1) 2
(2) 4
(3) 6
(4) 8

29. The adult human skeleton consists of ?

(1) 204 bones
(2) 206 bones
(3) 208 bones
(4) 214 bones

30. The snakes living in deserts are mainly ?

(1) Aminotelic
(2) Ammonotelic
(3) Uricotelic
(4) Ureotelic

31. Plants have while animals lack it ?

(1) Cellulose
(2) Fat
(3) Protein
(4) Starch

32. Menopause usually occurs between ?

(1) 30 to 35 years
(2) 35 to 40 years
(3) 40 to 45 years
(4) 45 to 50 years

33. The re-absorption of water in the kidneys is under the control of a hormone ?

(1) ADH
(2) ACTH
(3) LH
(4) STH

34. Causative agent of mad cow discase is a ?

(1) Bacterium
(2) Prion
(3) Virus
(4) Viroid

35. Plants hormone that induces cell division is ?

(1) Auxins
(2) Dornins
(3) Gibberellins
(4) Kinins

36. The element present in the largest amounts in rocks and minerals is ?

(1) Carbon
(2) Gold
(3) Hydrogen
(4) Silicon

37. Which is the only non-metal which is a good conductor of electicity ?

(1) Graphite
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Phosphorous
(4) Sulphur

38. Sindur is a sacred material of the Hindus. it is a compound of ?

(1) Copper
(2) Lead
(3) Tin
(4) Zinc

39. Which of the following forms of coal has the highest carbon content ?

(1) Anthracite
(2) Bitumimous coal
(3) Peat
(4) Lignite

40. The powder used for developing finger prints on a multi-coloured surface is ?

(1) Charcoal
(2) Gold dust
(3) Fluorescent powder
(4) Manganese dioxide

41. Helium is preferred to hydrogen in air balloons because it ?

(1) Is cheaper
(2) Is less dense
(3) Has greater lifting power
(4) Does not form an explosive mixture with air

42. Which of the following gives the correct order in which things flow from the interior of the earth from top to bottom when earth is drilled ?

(1) Natural gas, oil, water
(2) Oil, natural gas, water
(3) Water, natural gas, oil
(4) Water, oil, natural gas

43. For protection against gamma radiations, the shields should be made of ?

(1) Copper
(2) Lead
(3) Iron
(4) Tin

44. The steel Kalai Wala gives shining appearance to utensils by rubbing a shining silvery material. What is this material made up of ?

(1) Aluminium
(2) Lead
(3) Tin
(4) Zinc

45. Water for civil supplies is commonly purified by ?

(1) Chlorination
(2) Decantation
(3) Distillation
(4) Filtration

46. Stainless steel is an alloy of ?

(1) Iron and nickel
(2) Iron, chromium and nickel
(3) Iron, chromium and zinc
(4) Iron and manganese

47. Which compound of mercury is used as an antiseptic ?

(1) Cinnabar
(2) Mercuric oxide
(3) Mercuric chloride
(4) Mercuric sulphide

48. The element present in the largest number of compounds with hydrogen is ?

(1) Boron
(2) Carbon
(3) Oxygen
(4) Silicon

49. Gun-powder is a mixture of ?

(1) Charcol, sulphur and potassium nitrate
(2) Nitrates of potassium and sodium
(3) Sulphates of potassium and magnesium
(4) Potassium sulphate and charcoal

50. Why is rungsten used in the manufacture of electric bulbs ?

(1) It is cheaper than other metals
(2) It is both durable and economical
(3) It has high melting point
(4) It makes the bulb light brighter

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