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Quiz

1. The most common disease of poultry in India is ?

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

2. The disease of excessive sweatening is medically called ?

(1) Amnesia
(2) Alopecia
(3) Hyperhydrosis
(4) Hypermetropia

3. Which of the following organs of human body is said to be a reserve bank of blood ?

(1) Gall bladder
(2) Spleen
(3) Pancreas
(4) None of the above

4. Astimatism is a disease of ?

(1) Ears
(2) Eyes
(3) Throat
(4) Nose

5. The fear of being dirty is called ?

(1) Autophobia
(2) Automysophobia
(3) Apiphobia
(4) Astrophobia

6. Which one of the following causes the disease syphilis ?

(1) Fungus
(2) Bacteria
(3) protozoan
(4) Virus

7. Which one among the following is not a good source of nutritional calcium ?

(1) Rice
(2) Skimmed milk
(3) Egg
(4) Both (A) and (B)

8. Which planet does not have atmosphere around it ?

(1) Neptune
(2) Mars
(3) Mercury
(4) Uranus

9. We get energy directly from ?

(1) Atmosphere
(2) Ocean
(3) Space
(4) The sun

10. The three primary colours are ?

(1) Blue, yellow and red
(2) Blue, green and red
(3) Violet, indigo and blue
(4) Yellow, orange and red

11. Which of the following diseases is not caused by bacteria ?

(1) Small pox
(2) Cholera
(3) Leprosy
(4) Typhoid

12. A plant uses nitrogen in the form of ?

(1) Urease
(2) Nitrite
(3) Nitrate
(4) Nitrogen gas

13. Global warming is caused due to the emission of ?

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

14. Nichrome wire is used as a heating element in many appliances because ?

(1) It can be drawn out into wires easily
(2) It has high resistivity
(3) It resists oxidation in air when red hot
(4) Both (2) and (3) are correct

15. Which of the following is a semiconductor ?

(1) Glass
(2) Silicon
(3) Phosphorus
(4) Wood

16. Which of the following devices converts electrical energy into mechanical energy ?

(1) Electric motor
(2) Inductor
(3) Transformer
(4) Dynamo

17. Which of the following would be most suitable for making an electromagnet ?

(1) Copper
(2) Steel
(3) Tungsten
(4) Soft iron

18. In an electrical circuit, a fuse is connected ?

(1) In the earth wire
(2) In the neutral wire
(3) In the live wire
(4) Anywhere-it makes no difference

19. An object weighs maximum in ?

(1) Hydrogen
(2) Water
(3) Air
(4) Vacuum

20. Which of the following electromagnetic waves has the longest wavelengrth ?

(1) Infrared
(2) Light rays
(3) Gamma rays
(4) Ultra-violet

21. The period of revolution of a geostationary satellite is ?

(1) 30 Days
(2) 365 Days
(3) 24 Hours
(4) Changing continuously

22. Food is cooked faster in a pressure cooker because ?

(1) Due to high pressure the boiling point of water is raised
(2) In the cooker water starts boiling at a lower temperature
(3) Heat cannot escape from the cooker
(4) Steam is hotter than the boiling water

23. Which part of the sun is visible during total solar eclipse ?

(1) Chromosphere
(2) Corona
(3) Photosphere
(4) No part

24. Sunlight is the best source of ?

(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin B
(3) Vitamin C
(4) Vitamin D

25. Deficiency of which one of the following causes xerophthalamia ?

(1) Vitamin B12
(2) Vitamin B3
(3) Vitamin C
(4) Vitamin A

26. Which one of the following plants yields bio-diesel or bio-fuels ?

(1) Parthenium argenatem
(2) Hevea brasiliensis
(3) Jatropha Curcas
(4) Juniperus verginiana

27. The Chief mosquito repellent is obtained from ?

(1) Basil (Tulsi)
(2) Turmeric
(3) Lemon
(4) Murgo

28. The main constituent of skin is ?

(1) Collogen
(2) Cortical cells
(3) Hair
(4) Matrix

29. Insulin was invented by ?

(1) Bantink
(2) Jenner
(3) Kock
(4) Pasteur

30. Radar is used for ?

(1) Studying the sunspots
(2) Studying the movement of planets
(3) Receiving signals in a radio receiver
(4) Detecting and fixing the position of objects, e.g., aeroplanes

31. A dentist's mirror is a ?

(1) Convex mirror
(2) Concave mirror
(3) Cylindrical mirror
(4) Plane mirror

32. Echoes are produced due to ?

(1) Diffraction of sound
(2) Reflection of sound
(3) Refraction of sound
(4) Polarization of sound

33. The process by which energy is generated in the sun is the ?

(1) Fusion of helium
(2) Fission of uranium
(3) Fusion of hydrogen
(4) Combination of all these processes

34. In our houses we get 220 V ac. The value 220 represents ?

(1) Average voltage
(2) Effective voltage
(3) Constant voltage
(4) Peak voltage

35. For the rear view, motorists use ?

(1) Cylindrical mirror
(2) Concave mirror
(3) Convex mirror
(4) Plane mirror

36. A lunar eclipse occurs when ?

(1) The sun comes between the earth and the moon
(2) The earth comes between the sun and the moon
(3) The sun, the moon and the earth are not in tne same line
(4) The sun, the moon and the earth are not in the same line

37. Which of the following is the proper sequence of colours ?

(1) Red, green, indigo
(2) Green, orange, red
(3) Violet, blue, red
(4) Blue, green, yellow

38. Mach number is used in connection with the speed of ?

(1) Aircraft
(2) Spacecraft
(3) Sound
(4) Ships

39. 'IC chips' for computers are usually made of ?

(1) Chromium
(2) Gold
(3) Lead
(4) Silicon

40. Bamboo is classified as ?

(1) Bush
(2) Grass
(3) Tree
(4) Weed

41. The involvement of which of the following is essential in the control of blood sugar ?

(1) Adrenal
(2) Pancreas
(3) Spleen
(4) Parathyroid

42. Antibodies are produced by ?

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

43. A common fluorescent tube contains ?

(1) Mercury vapour at low pressure
(2) Argon at low pressure
(3) Sodium vapour
(4) Mercuric oxide and neon

44. Another name of vitamin E is ?

(1) Calciferol
(2) Tocopherol
(3) Retinol
(4) Steroid

45. The function of fuse in an electrical circuit is ?

(1) To break the circuit in case of overloading or short-circuiting
(2) To avoid electric shocks
(3) To regulate the flow of current
(4) None of these

46. Deficiency of which vitamin causes night blindness ?

(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin B
(3) Vitamin B12
(4) Vitamin D

47. An electrical appliances is earthed to ?

(1) Avoid short-circuiting
(2) Prevent shocks
(3) Protect the appliance against any damage
(4) Reduce consumption

48. Which of the following spices is obtained from flower buds ?

(1) Cardamom
(2) Coriander
(3) Clove
(4) Turmeric

49. In which of the following industries is mica used as a raw material ?

(1) Toys
(2) Glass and pottery
(3) Electrical
(4) Iron and steel

50. Acid rain is caused due to emission of which of the following into the atmosphere ?

(1) Carbon monoxide and nitrogen
(2) Carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide
(3) Oxides of nitrogen and sulphur
(4) Ozone and carbon and dioxide

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