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Quiz

1. Malaria parasite can be obtained in RBCs of patient ?

(1) An hour before rise in temperature
(2) A few hours after temperature reaches normal
(3) When temperature rises with rigor
(4) When temperature reaches normal

2. Maximum application of animal cell culture technology today is in the production of ?

(1) Edible proteins
(2) Insulin
(3) Interferons
(4) Vaccines

3. Term "antibiotic" was coined by ?

(1) Alexander Flemming
(2) Edward Jenner
(3) Selman Naksman
(4) Louis Pasteur

4. TLC of a woman was found to be highter than the normal. It could be because of ?

(1) Agranulocytosis, pneumonia or haemorrhage
(2) Leukemia, pneumonia or typhoid
(3) Leukemia, pneumonia or haemorrhage
(4) Leukemia, measles or haemorrhage

5. Chicken-pox is caused by ?

(1) Adeno virus
(2) Bacteriophage T2
(3) S. V. 40 virus
(4) Varicella virus

6. In sickle-cell anaemia death occurs when lethal genes are present in ?

(1) Homozygous recessive state
(2) Homozygous dominant state
(3) Heterozygous state
(4) Co-dominant condition

7. Wintrobe test is for ?

(1) DLC
(2) ESR
(3) TLC
(4) Lipid profile

8. Which is viral disease ?

(1) Dysentery
(2) Tetanus
(3) Typhoid
(4) None of the above

9. AZT is used in treatment of ?

(1) AIDS
(2) Kala-azar
(3) Malaria
(4) TB

10. AIDS spreads through ?

(1) Blood transfusion
(2) Placental transmission
(3) Sexual intercourse
(4) All of these

11. In polio, the legs get paralysed and atrohied due to ?

(1) Death of some muscles
(2) Degeneration of bones
(3) Obstruction of muscles
(4) Shrinkage of muscles

12. Immuno deficiency can result from which of the following ?

(1) Gene mutation
(2) Infection
(3) Malnutrition
(4) All of the above

13. Scientists pinpointed the location of colour processing centres in human visual cortex by means of ?

(1) CT- scanning
(2) NMR imaging
(3) PET scanning
(4) Ultrasound

14. Blood dialysis is also called ?

(1) Artificial brain
(2) Artificial liver
(3) Artificial lung
(4) Artificial Kidney

15. Diagnosis of typhoid is done by ?

(1) DLC
(2) ESR
(3) SLISA test
(4) Widal test

16. Syphilis, a sexually transmitted disease is caused by ?

(1) Leptospira
(2) Pasteurella
(3) Treponema
(4) Vibrio

17. Presence of RBC in urine is ?

(1) Hematuria
(2) Haemoptulia
(3) Nephritis
(4) Protonuria

18. AIDS is caused by ?

(1) HIV
(2) Rubeolla virus
(3) Treponema
(4) Varicella virus

19. Which of the following properties of acquired immunity is the basis of vaccination ?

(1) Diversity
(2) Specificity
(3) Memory
(4) Distinction between salf and non-self

20. Elisa test is for the detection of ?

(1) AIDS, STDs and Hepatitis
(2) Hepatitis, TB and AIDS
(3) STDs, TB and AIDS
(4) Typhoid hepatitis and AIDS

21. Status of foetus in womb can be studied by ?

(1) Barium X-rays
(2) Simple X-rays
(3) Through operation
(4) Ultrasound

22. Southern blot technique is related to ?

(1) Blood test
(2) DNA profiling
(3) Sonography
(4) Widal test

23. Immune Deficiency Syndrome could develop ?

(1) AIDS virus
(2) Defective liver
(3) Defective thymus
(4) Weak immune system

24. A cross between like organisms are called ?

(1) Hybrid
(2) Heterosis
(3) Back-cross
(4) Test-cross

25. 1-gm haemoglobin keeps approximately how much oxygen ?

(1) 1.34 ml
(2) 2.4 m
(3) 3.24 ml
(4) 4.31 ml

26. Which of the following is not involved in the origin of life ?

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

27. In which of the following fruits ascorbic acid is found most ?

(1) Apple
(2) Amla
(3) Orange
(4) Mango

28. The matter in the central portion of the sun is the form of ?

(1) Gas only
(2) Gas and liquid
(3) Liquid only
(4) Solid, liquid and gas all the three

29. Which of the following is produced in pure form in reaction of sugar with sulphuric acid ?

(1) Carbon
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Oxygen
(4) Water

30. Soap is sodium salt of ?

(1) Amyl alcohol
(2) Carbolic acid
(3) Picric acid
(4) Stearic acid

31. The best conductor of heat among liquids is ?

(1) Alcohol
(2) Ether
(3) Mercury
(4) Water

32. Water cannot be used to extinguish fire caused by an electric current because ?

(1) It may caused electrocution
(2) It wilt spoil the wiring
(3) It may caused another short-circuit
(4) It may caused hydrolysis

33. Which metal is commonly used as an electromagnet ?

(1) Cobalt
(2) Copper
(3) Iron
(4) Nickel

34. Cement is prepared by heating a mixture of limestone and clay at ?

(1) 1500-1600 degrees
(2) 1600-1700 degrees
(3) 1600-1800 degrees
(4) 1650-1900 degrees

35. Which element is formed in the highest percentage in a normal human body ?

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

36. Tea will cool most easily in a ?

(1) Clay cup
(2) Glass cup
(3) Porcelain cup
(4) Metal cup

37. The process of regulation of water and salt in the body fluids is called ?

(1) Osmo-regulation
(2) Osmosis
(3) Thermo-regulation
(4) Thermo-control

38. In cause of road accidents, your first step for the injured person should be to ?

(1) Arresr haemorrhage
(2) Treat for shock
(3) Treat asphyxia
(4) Treat cardiac arrest

39. Litmus is obtained from ?

(1) A fungus
(2) An algae
(3) A bacterium
(4) A lichen

40. Which of the following is used to check the acidity of intestine ?

(1) Magnesium Chloride
(2) Magnesium Hydroxide
(3) Magnesium Sulphate
(4) Magnesium Acetate

41. The inert gas which is substituted for nitrogen in the air used by deep sea divers for breathing is ?

(1) Argon
(2) Helium
(3) Krypton
(4) Neon

42. Heavy water ?

(1) Contains organic impurities
(2) Contains more dissolved air
(3) Contains deuterium in place of hydrogen
(4) Contains more dissolved minerals and salts

43. Metals are good conductors of electricity because ?

(1) They contain free electrons
(2) They have high melting point
(3) The atmos are lightly packed
(4) All the above

44. Soda or soft glass is used for making ?

(1) Car glass, bottles, etc
(2) Bottles, light bulbs, etc
(3) T. V. screen glass, bottles, etc
(4) None of the above

45. Pollution is not caused by the use of ?

(1) Coal
(2) Petroleum
(3) Solar energy
(4) Wood

46. A polymer which is used for making ropes and carpet fibres is ?

(1) Polypropylene
(2) Polyvinyl chloride
(3) Polyacrylonitrile
(4) Polyethylene

47. Which of the following polymers contains nitrogen ?

(1) PVC
(2) Nylon
(3) Teflon
(4) Terrylene

48. The monomer of PVC is ?

(1) Ethyl chloride
(2) Ethylene chloride
(3) Tetrachloroethylene
(4) Vinyl chloride

49. Novalgin is a common ?

(1) Antibiotic
(2) Antipyretic
(3) Analgesic
(4) Both (b) and (c)

50. Reserpine is a/an ?

(1) Antibiotic
(2) Hormone
(3) Tranquilizer
(4) Vitamin

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