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Quiz

1. Chemically, vitamin C is __?

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

2. Which of the following can be used as an anaesthetic?

(1) Nitrous oxide
(2) Chlorine
(3) Carbon dioxide
(4) Helium

3. Proteins give a yellow colouration with __?

(1) Nitric acid
(2) Oxalic acid
(3) Phosphoric acide
(4) Hydrochloric acid

4. At what temperature are the temperatures on Celsius and Fahrenheit scales equal ?

(1) 273 Degree Celsius
(2) -273 Degree Celsius
(3) 40 Degree Celsius
(4) -40 Degree Celsius

5. When water is heated from 0 degree Celsius to 10 degree Celsius, the volume of water ?

(1) Decreases gradually
(2) Increases gradually
(3) First decreases, then increases
(4) First increases, then decreases

6. Only one part of moon can be seen from earth because__?

(1) The periods of rotation and revolution are equal
(2) Only one part reflects light
(3) It does not rotate
(4) None of these

7. The most abundant source of iron is__?

(1) Eggs
(2) Green vegetables
(3) Beans
(4) Milk

8. If excess fertilizer is applied to a plant without water, the plant ?

(1) Will develop modifications
(2) Will remain unaffected
(3) Will die due to plasmolysis
(4) Will show stunted growth

9. The bacterium Escherichia coli is chiefly found in ?

(1) Human intestine
(2) Root modules of leguminous plant
(3) Higher plants
(4) All of the above

10. Fire in the diesel engine is produced by which of the following ?

(1) Self starter
(2) Compression
(3) Spark plug
(4) Friction

11. Parsec is a unit of ?

(1) Energy
(2) Pressure
(3) Time
(4) Astronomical distance

12. The element of an electric heater is made from which among the following ?

(1) Copper
(2) Nichrome
(3) Aluminium
(4) None of these

13. Energy crops are source of ?

(1) Bio-fuels
(2) Coal energy
(3) Alcohol fuels
(4) None of the above

14. ELISA is__?

(1) Fat deposition test
(2) Bone malformation test
(3) Immunological test
(4) None of the above

15. Commercial acetic acid is used in the preparation of ?

(1) Mead
(2) Alcohol
(3) Wine
(4) Vinegar

16. An ice cube is floating on the surface of water. How will the water level be affected by melting of this ice cube ?

(1) Water level will be raised
(2) Water level will remain the same
(3) Water level will go down
(4) Water level will first rise up then it will go down

17. The period of revolution round the sun is maximum of which among the following planets ?

(1) Earth
(2) Mercury
(3) Mars
(4) Venus

18. At what temperature will the density of water be maximum ?

(1) 0 Degree
(2) 32 Degree
(3) 4 Degree
(4) -4 Degree

19. Plague is a ?

(1) Bacterial disease
(2) Fungal disease
(3) Mineral deficiency disease
(4) Viral disease

20. Liver is located in ?

(1) Head
(2) Thirax
(3) Neck
(4) Abdomen

21. Primary source of biological energy is ?

(1) Sun
(2) Green plants
(3) Non-green plants
(4) Animals

22. Which among the following are primary colours ?

(1) Red, magenta, yellow
(2) Red, green, blue
(3) Blue, yellow, green
(4) Yellow, violet, blue

23. Which among the following is the best conductor of electricity ?

(1) Gold
(2) Silver
(3) Lead
(4) Copper

24. Nichrome wire is used in an electric heater because ?

(1) It can resist a current upto approx. 5 amperes
(2) It has high resistance
(3) It has high melting point
(4) For all of the above reasons

25. Which of the following components is/are responsible for blood clotting ?

(1) Platelets
(2) Plasma
(3) RBCs
(4) WBCs

26. Which of the following is an antacid ?

(1) Acetic acid
(2) Lactic acid
(3) Milk of magnesia
(4) Formic acid

27. The life span of RBC is ?

(1) 60 Days
(2) 30 Days
(3) 90 Days
(4) 120 Days

28. Which of the following secretes hormones ?

(1) Gall bladder
(2) Ductless gland
(3) Spleen
(4) All of the above

29. A clock goes slow in summer because the length of the pendulum ?

(1) Increases thererore time period decreases
(2) Increases therefore time period increases
(3) Decreases therefore time period decreases
(4) Decreases therefore time period increases

30. Bar is the unit of__ ?

(1) Atmospheric pressure
(2) Atmospheric temperature
(3) Speed of a supersonic jet plane
(4) Volume of wine

31. Heat from the sun reaches the earth from which among the following modes of transmission ?

(1) Temperature exchange
(2) Conduction
(3) Radiation
(4) Convection

32. A pressure cooker cooks food rapidly because___ ?

(1) The boiling point of water is increased
(2) All the heat remains inside
(3) It increases the temperature of the food material
(4) Due to steam

33. Lightning conductors are made up of__ ?

(1) Aluminium
(2) Copper
(3) Iron
(4) Steel

34. Who discovered the blood group in human being ?

(1) Karl Max
(2) Jennings
(3) Pantin and Mast
(4) Landsteiner

35. Onion, potato and ginger are modified ?

(1) Leaf
(2) stem
(3) Root
(4) Adventitious root

36. The scientific study of birds is known as ?

(1) Orinthology
(2) Limnology
(3) Herpetology
(4) Malacology

37. Histology is the study of which part of human body ?

(1) Blood
(2) Cells
(3) Tissue
(4) Genes

38. Which of the following is the approximate percentage of hydrosphere covers in the earth's total surface area ?

(1) 19%
(2) 35%
(3) 65%
(4) 71%

39. The escape velocity from the earth's surface is ?

(1) 2.38 km/sec
(2) 7.92 km/sec
(3) 11.2 m/sec
(4) 11.2 km/sec

40. If a refrigerator in working condition is kept in a room then the temperature of the room will ?

(1) Decrease appreciably
(2) Decrease
(3) Remain the same
(4) Increase

41. Which among the following is used as a fuel in a breeder reactor ?

(1) Deuterium
(2) Thorium
(3) Plutonium
(4) Uranium-235

42. If a person is unable to see clearly the far off objects then he is suffering from which eye-defect ?

(1) Myopia
(2) Hypermetropia
(3) Astigmatism
(4) None of these

43. Which among the following bombs affects only living beings and not the buildings ?

(1) Atom bomb
(2) Hydrogen bomb
(3) Neutron bomb
(4) Normal bomb

44. Which part of the camera acts as the eye-retina ?

(1) Film
(2) Lens
(3) Optical slit
(4) Shutter

45. The substance most commonly used as a food preservative is ?

(1) Acetic acid
(2) Sodium carbonate
(3) Sodium salt of benzoic acid
(4) Tartaric acid

46. The most toxic gas among the following is ?

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

47. Which of the following is a non-poisonous snake ?

(1) Cobra
(2) Dryophis
(3) Python
(4) All of the above

48. Which of the following is used in the treatment of TB ?

(1) Savlon
(2) Penicillin
(3) Dettol
(4) Aspirin

49. Which of the following animals can hear ultrasonic sound ?

(1) Rat
(2) Bat
(3) Dog
(4) Cat

50. Which part of human body is first highly affected by nuclear radiations ?

(1) Eyes
(2) Bone marrow
(3) Lungs
(4) Skin

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