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Quiz

1. Elements which show the properties of both metals an non-metals are called ?

(1) Alloys
(2) Allotropes
(3) Colloids
(4) Metalloids

2. Carbohydrates are composed of ?

(1) Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen
(2) Oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen
(3) Nitrogen, carbon and oxygen
(4) Carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen

3. When milk is converted into curd, the sour taste is due to ?

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

4. Which one of the following alloys melts at the lower temperature ?

(1) Brass
(2) Bronze
(3) German silver
(4) Solder

5. Which is the lightest element in the universe ?

(1) Helium
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Nitrogen
(4) Silicon

6. Human blood has the highest percentage of ?

(1) Basophils
(2) Eosinophils
(3) Monocytes
(4) Neutrophils

7. If a boy's father has haemophilia and his mother has one gene for it, what is the chance that the boy will inherit the disease ?

(1) 25%
(2) 50%
(3) 75%
(4) 100%

8. The Gastric juice contains ?

(1) Pepsin, lipase, and rennin
(2) Trypsin, lipase, and rennin
(3) Trypsin pepsin and lipase
(4) Trypsin pepsin and rennin

9. Kidney is involved in excretion of ?

(1) Extra urea, extra salts and carbohydrates
(2) Extra urea, extra water and extra amino acid
(3) Extra urea, salt and extra water
(4) Urea, extra salt and excess water

10. All of the following are constituents of chlorophyll molecules, except ?

(1) Carbon
(2) Calcium
(3) Hydrogen
(4) Magnesium

11. Bile secreated by the lever gets stored in the ?

(1) Duodenum canal
(2) Gall bladder
(3) Liver itself
(4) Spleen

12. Alcohol affects ?

(1) Cerebellum
(2) Cerebral Cortex
(3) Medulla Oblongata
(4) Thalamus

13. Most abundant tissues of our body are ?

(1) Connective
(2) Epithelial
(3) Muscular
(4) Nervous

14. If a mouse of over eight times its normal size has been produced by introducing human growth hormone gene, the technique involved is called ?

(1) Homonal feeding
(2) Hybridization
(3) Genetic Engineering
(4) Mutation breeding

15. Normal adult human male has ?

(1) 10 gm of haemoglobin/100 gm of blood
(2) 14 gm of haemoglobin/100 gm of blood
(3) 18 gm of haemoglobin/100 gm of blood
(4) 24 gm of haemoglobin/100 gm of blood

16. The 'transgenic' animals are those which have ?

(1) Foreign DNA in some of their cells
(2) Foreign DNA in all of their cells
(3) Foreign RNA in all of their cells
(4) Both (a) and (c)

17. People are likely to suffer a cerebral haemorrhage if they have ?

(1) Nervous weakness
(2) Low blood pressure
(3) High blood pressure
(4) Weak bones

18. The pace-maker is also known as ?

(1) A.V. Nodes
(2) Bundle of His
(3) S. A. Nodes
(4) Chordae tendinae

19. A rare and drying species, the Great Indian Bustard, is a ?

(1) Bird
(2) Carnivorous animal
(3) Herbivorous animals
(4) Reptile

20. Most common disease of poultry in India is ?

(1) Coryza
(2) Fowl pox
(3) Ranikhet
(4) Tick Fever

21. The chief value of perspiration is that it ?

(1) Eliminatcs body odours
(2) Improves the general health
(3) Opens the pores in the skin
(4) Regulates the body temperature

22. In an epidemic of typhoid, best mode of prevention is ?

(1) Boiling the water before drinking
(2) Eating hot food
(3) Eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables
(4) Getting vaccinated

23. All of the following glands in the human body are ductless glands except ?

(1) Adrenal
(2) Pituitary
(3) Lachrymal
(4) Thyroid

24. Short duration crops are especially suitable for ?

(1) Dry farming
(2) Hilly areas
(3) Sandy areas
(4) Wet farming

25. The gas in the blood that exerts chemical control over the rate of breathing is ?

(1) Carbondioxide
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Oxygen
(4) Nitrogen

26. Oleum and water when treated give ?

(1) Hydrochloric Acid
(2) Oxygen
(3) Sulphur
(4) Sulphuric Acid

27. Carnallite is an ore of ?

(1) Copper
(2) Calcium
(3) Magnesium
(4) Zinc

28. CO2 when treated with water gets ?

(1) Decayed
(2) Reduced
(3) Radio active
(4) Oxidized

29. Alizarin is ?

(1) Bleashing agent
(2) Camphor
(3) Dye
(4) Oxidising agent

30. Isodiaphers are ?

(1) Same mass number but different atomic number
(2) Same number of neutrons but different mass number
(3) Same difference between number of protons and neutrons
(4) Same mass number and atomic number

31. The principal constituent of atmosphere is ?

(1) Atomic nitrogen
(2) Molecular Nitrogen
(3) Compounded Nitrogen
(4) Can not say

32. Iodine is used as an/a ?

(1) Analgetic
(2) Anti dandruff
(3) Anti septic
(4) Bleaching agent

33. Ethanol is used in manufacture of ?

(1) Cologne
(2) Detergents
(3) Moisturiser
(4) Shampoo

34. What out of following is said to have dual Nature i.e. behaves both are particles and wave ?

(1) Energy
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Light
(4) Power

35. The alloy of copper and zinc is ?

(1) Bronze
(2) Brass
(3) Gun metal
(4) Solder

36. The "hotness" of chilli is due to the presence of ?

(1) Amitdes
(2) Capsesin
(3) Sulphur
(4) None of these

37. Which element is found in chlorophyll of the leaves of the plants ?

(1) Potassium
(2) Iron
(3) Manganese
(4) Magnesium

38. Red colours seen in the explosion of crackers is due to the presence of ?

(1) Aluminium salts
(2) Barium salts
(3) Iron
(4) Sodium salts

39. Which of the following is not an Air pollutant ?

(1) Hydrocarbons
(2) CO2
(3) NO2
(4) SO3

40. The process of vulcanization of rubber makes it ?

(1) Hard and less elastic
(2) Soft
(3) Water soluble
(4) None of the above

41. A medicine which promotes secretion of urine is called ?

(1) Diuretic
(2) Monouretic
(3) Triuretion
(4) Uretic

42. Natural rubber is a ?

(1) Polyester
(2) Polyisoprene
(3) Polyamide
(4) Polysaccharide

43. Which polymer is generally used in carry bags ?

(1) Alkylresin
(2) Bakelite
(3) Polyester
(4) Polyethlcne

44. Terrylene is a polyester of ?

(1) Ethylene glycol and terphthalic acid
(2) Hexametheylene diamine and adipic acid
(3) Phenol and formaldehyde
(4) Urea and fomaldehyde

45. Isoprene is ?

(1) A sugar
(2) PAN
(3) Natural rubber
(4) Synthetic rubber

46. The molarity of the pure water is ?

(1) 40
(2) 50
(3) 50.5
(4) 55.6

47. Lead pencils ?

(1) Contain lead
(2) Contain copper
(3) Do not contain lead but graphite mixed with a little of plastic clay
(4) None of the above

48. Which of the following fractions of petroleum has the lowest boiling point ?

(1) Diesel
(2) Gasoline
(3) Heavy oil
(4) Kerosene

49. Lime water contains ?

(1) Calcium chloride
(2) Calcium hydroxide
(3) Sodium carbonate
(4) Sodium hydroxide

50. Which of the following is organic ferilizer ?

(1) Ammonium hydrogen phosphate
(2) Potassium chloride
(3) Super phosphate
(4) urea

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