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Quiz

1. The pH of human blood is around ?

(1) 3
(2) 6
(3) 7.5
(4) 12

2. It is dangerous to have coal or charcoal burning in a closed room because ?

(1) It produce the poisonous gas carbon monoxide
(2) Burning consumes all the oxygen and breathing becomes diffcult
(3) The amount of heat produced is intolerable
(4) There is serious risk of fire

3. For the production of iron, the raw material used is ?

(1) Coke
(2) Rubber
(3) Petrol
(4) Limestone

4. Milk is a mixture of ?

(1) Carbohydrates, fats and water
(2) Carbohydrates, fats, proteins and water
(3) Carbohydrates, and water
(4) Fats and water

5. The gases used in the manufacture of ammonia are ?

(1) Nitrogen and methan
(2) Nitrogen and oxygen
(3) Nitrogen and hydrogen
(4) Oxygen and nitric oxide

6. Some sources of energy are continuously produced in nature and are essentially inexhaustible. Which of the following is such a source ?

(1) Coal and lignite
(2) Geo-thermal power
(3) Natural gas and crude oil
(4) Uranium

7. In the process of dialysis, used on patients with affected kidneys, the phenomenon involved is ?

(1) Absorption
(2) Diffusion
(3) Electrophoresis
(4) Osmosis

8. The energy of an ideal gas depends only on its ?

(1) Pressure
(2) Number of moles
(3) Temperature
(4) Volume

9. The main active constituent of tea and coffee is ?

(1) Aspirin
(2) Caffeine
(3) Chlorophyll
(4) Nicotine

10. The main use of mica is in ?

(1) The electrical industry
(2) The glass and pottery industry
(3) The steel industry
(4) Petroleum refining

11. Chemically cane sugar is ?

(1) Fructose
(2) Glucose
(3) Lactose
(4) Sucrose

12. The difference between isotopes of an clement is due to the presence of different number of ?

(1) Electron
(2) Photons
(3) Protons
(4) Neutrons

13. The term 'carat' is used to express the purity of gold. The purest form of gold is of ?

(1) 18 Carats
(2) 20 Carats
(3) 22 Carats
(4) 24 Carats

14. Cooking gas supplide in cylinders by gas agencies is ?

(1) A solution
(2) Gaseous
(3) Liquid
(4) Solid

15. From which of the following sources can you get the purest form of water ?

(1) Rain water
(2) River water
(3) Mineral water
(4) Well water

16. The material which can be deformed permanently by heat and pressure is called a ?

(1) Chemical compound
(2) Polymer
(3) Thermoset
(4) Thermoplastic

17. The capsule shell is made up of ?

(1) Gelatine
(2) Sponge
(3) Starch
(4) White albumin of eggs

18. Which of the following human hormone requires iodine ?

(1) Adrenaline
(2) Oxyacetone
(3) Progestorone
(4) Thyroxine

19. Cholera is due to ?

(1) Bacterium
(2) Fungus
(3) Protozoan
(4) Virus

20. The dreaded human disease, syphilis, is caused by ?

(1) A bacterium
(2) An animal parasite
(3) A fungus
(4) A virus

21. What is the average weight of the lungs of a healthy man ?

(1) 0.5 Kg
(2) 1.10 Kg
(3) 2.5 Kg
(4) 10 Kg

22. Leprosy is due to ?

(1) Monocystis
(2) Mycobacterium
(3) Salmonella
(4) TMV

23. Pedology is the study of ?

(1) Crop disease
(2) Rocks
(3) Locomotion of animals
(4) Soil

24. All of the following diseases are caused by virus, except ?

(1) Influenza
(2) Jaundice
(3) Mumps
(4) Typhoid

25. The mammal that lays eggs is ?

(1) Duck-billed platypus
(2) Kangaroo
(3) Oppossum
(4) Otter

26. Who is known as Father of Antiseptic Surgery ?

(1) Galen
(2) Joseph snow
(3) Joseph Lister
(4) Parlor

27. The branch of science dealing with the study of hair is called ?

(1) Hairology
(2) Heliotheraphy
(3) Tricology
(4) Toxicology

28. Which of the following are centres of protein synthesis ?

(1) DNA
(2) RNA
(3) Golgi bodies
(4) Ribosome

29. Sea-shore trees do not show annual rings because ?

(1) There is little climatic variations
(2) They belong to monocots
(3) There is enough moisture
(4) Soil is sandy

30. Prothrombine which is useful in the coagulation of blood is manufactured in ?

(1) Heart
(2) Kidney
(3) Liver
(4) Stomach

31. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is comprised of a protein coat and genetic material, which is ?

(1) Single stranded DNA
(2) Single stranded RNA
(3) Double stranded DNA
(4) Double stranded RNA

32. Which of the following is used in the treatment of cancer ?

(1) Astatine
(2) Hydrone
(3) Radiation
(4) Neon

33. Hypocaelemia occurs due to shortage of ?

(1) Carbohydrates
(2) Calcium
(3) Iron
(4) Potassium

34. An ecosystem consists of ?

(1) A living community and its environment
(2) All the plants and animals of an area
(3) Carnivores and herbivores of an area
(4) Producers, consumers, and decomposers in a particular locality

35. Prothrombin albumin and fibrinogen are synthesized by ?

(1) Bone marrow
(2) Pancreas
(3) Liver
(4) Splean

36. Botulism caused by Clostridium bolulinum affects the ?

(1) Intestine
(2) Lymph glands
(3) Neuromuscular Junction
(4) Spleen

37. Which one possesses character of both plants and animals ?

(1) Bacteria
(2) Euglena
(3) Mycoplasma
(4) Paramecium

38. The oxide of nitrogen used in medicine as anaesthetic is ?

(1) Nitrogen dioxide
(2) Nitric oxide
(3) Nitrous oxide
(4) Nitrogen pentaoxide

39. A gas behaves like an ideal gas at ?

(1) High pressure and high temperature
(2) High pressure and low temperature
(3) Low pressure and low temperature
(4) Low pressure and high temperaturee

40. The chlorophyll and haemoglobin are natural coordinate compound and respectively contains ?

(1) Ca and Co
(2) Fe and Ni
(3) Mg and Fe
(4) Mg and Mn

41. Vinegar is prepared by the ?

(1) Dehydration of wine
(2) Fermentation of rotten grapes
(3) Fumming of date palms
(4) Fermentation of apple cider in the presence of air

42. Which of the following is not an inert gas ?

(1) Helium
(2) Freon
(3) Neon
(4) Xenon

43. Bones glow in the dark because ?

(1) They contain shining material
(2) They conatin red phosphorus
(3) White phosphorus undergo slow combustion in contact with air
(4) White phosphorus changed into red phosphorus

44. It is not advisable to sleep under a tree at night because trees release ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Carbon monoxide
(3) Oxygen
(4) Sulphur dioxide

45. Which is the gas released by factories, automobiles etc., that is most harmful to life ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Carbon monoxide
(3) Nitrogen dioxide
(4) Sulphur dioxide

46. Mendeleev's periodic table is based on ?

(1) Atomic weight
(2) Atomic number
(3) Number of neutrons
(4) None of these

47. Chemical name for bleaching powder is ?

(1) Calcium Oxide
(2) Calcium oxychloride
(3) Hydrogen carbonate
(4) Quicklime

48. After losing electrons, element becomes ?

(1) Corroded
(2) Oxidised
(3) Reduced
(4) None of these

49. Horn silver is

(1) Compound of magnesium
(2) Ore of silver
(3) Purest form of silver
(4) Sodium Cyanide

50. Chemical name for baking soda is ?

(1) Calcium Oxide
(2) Calcium oxychloride
(3) Hydrogen carbonate
(4) Quicklime

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