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Quiz

1. Arsenic drugs are mainly used in the treatment of ?

(1) Cholera
(2) Jaundice
(3) Typhoid
(4) Syphilis

2. In descending order, the major elements present in the human body are ?

(1) Calcium, iron, sodium, phosphorus
(2) Calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sulphur
(3) Calcium, iron, sodium, sulppur
(4) Calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron

3. The metal generally mixed with gold while making ornaments is ?

(1) Copper
(2) Iron
(3) Silver
(4) Zinc

4. Acetoxy Benzole acid is a/an ?

(1) Aspirin
(2) Antiseptic
(3) Antibiotic
(4) Mordant dye

5. The greatest number of compounds are formed by the element ?

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

6. The main chemical substance present in the bones and teeth of an animal is ?

(1) Calcium sulphate
(2) Calcium phosphate
(3) Sugar
(4) Sodium chloride

7. Clay is ?

(1) Hydrated aluminium bromate
(2) Hydrated aluminate
(3) Hydrated aluminium silicate
(4) None of the above

8. Diamond is harder than graphite because of the ?

(1) Difference of layers of atoms
(2) Difference in their structure
(3) Tetrahedral structure of diamond
(4) None of the above

9. Ordinary glass is a mixture of ?

(1) Sodium silicate and calcium silicate
(2) Sodium silicate , calcium silicate and silica
(3) Only sodium silicate and silica
(4) None of the above

10. The name Portland Cement was first used by ?

(1) J. Aspdin in 1824
(2) James Charles in 1824
(3) Robert Brown in 1824
(4) None of the above

11. AIDS day is ?

(1) June 1
(2) May 1
(3) December 1
(4) December 20

12. A person has developed interferon in his body. He seems to carry infection of ?

(1) Measles
(2) Malaria
(3) Tetanus
(4) Typhoid

13. Malaria can be cured with a drug extracted from ?

(1) Amaltas tree
(2) Belladonna tree
(3) Cinchona tree
(4) Oak tree

14. A becterium divides every minute and takes an hour to fill a cup. How much time will it take to fill half the cup ?

(1) 15 Minutes
(2) 30 Minutes
(3) 59 Minutes
(4) 60 Minutes

15. If a person's diet consists of rice, dal and curds only, he is likely to suffer from a deficiency of ?

(1) Fats
(2) Proteins
(3) Starch
(4) Vitamins

16. Antibodies are ?

(1) Albumins
(2) Gamma globulius
(3) Sugars
(4) Vitamin

17. A molecule that produces an immune response is ?

(1) Anti-body
(2) Antigen
(3) Carcinogen
(4) Mutagen

18. Haemophilia is a ?

(1) Deficiency disease
(2) Degenrative disease
(3) Genetic disorder
(4) Infectitious disease

19. Interferon acts against ?

(1) Bacteria
(2) Fungus
(3) Snake venoms
(4) Virus

20. The disease with high levels of uric acid in the blood is characteristic of ?

(1) Arthiritis
(2) Gout
(3) Rheumatism
(4) Rheumatic heart

21. Anti-serum has ?

(1) Anti body
(2) Antigen
(3) RBC
(4) WBC

22. Rejection of transplanted organ is due to ?

(1) B-cells
(2) Eosinophills
(3) Neutrophills
(4) T-cells

23. Vaccination protects a person from disease because it ?

(1) Corrects body heating system
(2) Helps in better digestion
(3) Increases RBC count
(4) Produces antibodies

24. A genetic clone is a ?

(1) Genetic composition
(2) Hybrid produced by sexual means
(3) Homozygous plant produced by sexual means
(4) Heterozygous plant produced by sexual means

25. The hormone that regulates blood pressure is and it is secreted by ?

(1) Adrenaline adrenaline glands
(2) Epinephrin kidneys
(3) Insulin pancreas
(4) Thyroxin, thyroid

26. The molecules responsible for storing the genetic code are ?

(1) DNA
(2) RNA
(3) Chromosomes
(4) Protein

27. Who among the following is regarded as the "father of genetics" ?

(1) Charles Darwin
(2) Gregor Johann Mendel
(3) Hugo De Vries
(4) Robert Hooke

28. Which of the following is rich in all the three foods carbohydrates, proteins and fats ?

(1) Cabbage leaves
(2) Rice grains
(3) Mango fruit
(4) Soyabean seeds

29. The function of haemoglobin in the human body is to ?

(1) Carry oxygen to various tissues
(2) Help excretion
(3) Provide amino acids for growth
(4) Provide enxymes and hormones

30. Test-tube baby means ?

(1) Ovum fertilized in test tubes and developed in test tubes
(2) Ovum fertilized and developed in test tubes
(3) Ovum developed without fertilization in test tubes
(4) Ovum fertilized in test tubes and developed inuterus

31. What is the basic character of antigens ?

(1) They are capable of stimulating the formation of haemoglobin in the blood
(2) They destroy haemoglobin
(3) They are capable of defending themselves against attack by antibodies
(4) They are capable of stimulating the formation of antibodies

32. The basis for DNA finger printing is ?

(1) Availability of cloned DNA
(2) Occurence of restriction fragment length polymorphysm
(3) Knowledge of human Karyo-type
(4) Phenotypic differences between individuals

33. The main use of salt in the diet is to ?

(1) Ease the process of cooking
(2) Increase the solubility of food particles in water
(3) Make the taste of food better
(4) Produce in small amount the hydrochloric acid

34. An iron ball is heated. The percentage increase will be largest in ?

(1) Density
(2) Diameter
(3) Surface area
(4) Volume

35. Electrons revolve round the nucleus because of ?

(1) Adhesive force
(2) Centripetal force
(3) Centrifugal force
(4) Cohesive force

36. When common salt is maxied with ice, the freezing point ?

(1) Is raised
(2) Is lowered
(3) Is first lowered and then raised
(4) Remains unaffected

37. Ozone layer exist in ?

(1) Mesosphere
(2) Ionosphere
(3) Stratosphere
(4) Troposphere

38. Wet clothes do not dry up quickly in rainy season even at high temperatures because ?

(1) The absolute humidity is large
(2) The absolute humidity is low
(3) The relative humidity is high
(4) More water vapours stick to the clothes

39. Who invented diode-bulb ?

(1) Christian Diode
(2) Fleming
(3) Lawrence
(4) Wilson

40. Which of the following is not a unit of pressure ?

(1) Bar
(2) Tor
(3) Pascal
(4) Newton-metre

41. To an astronaut, the outer space appears ?

(1) Blue
(2) Crimson
(3) Black
(4) White

42. Where are "sea of crisis" and "sea of clouds" located ?

(1) On earth
(2) On moon
(3) On mars
(4) On sun

43. Which American Scientist Invented internet ?

(1) Bill Network
(2) Mark Adrasin
(3) William Gilson
(4) Vinton Surf

44. Two plane mirrors are put parallel to each other. How many images will be formed if an object is put between them ?

(1) Two
(2) Four
(3) Ten
(4) Infinite

45. Relative humidity is measured by which of the following instruments ?

(1) Barometer
(2) Hygrometer
(3) Lactometer
(4) Thermometer

46. A soild needle placed horizontally on the surface of the water floats due to ?

(1) Capillary action
(2) Cohesion
(3) Adhesion
(4) Surface tension

47. If a train were to move with velocity of light, its length would be ?

(1) Finite
(2) Infinite
(3) Unchanged
(4) Zero

48. In which Indian city Satish Dhawan Space Centre located ?

(1) Bangalore
(2) Hyderabad
(3) Pune
(4) New Delhi

49. What is the average temperature of the moon during day-time ?

(1) 100-Degrees
(2) 150-Degrees
(3) 200-Degrees
(4) 400-Degrees

50. The principle of Dynamo was discovered by ?

(1) Albert Einstein
(2) Michael Faraday
(3) Max Planck
(4) Sir Humphry Davy

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