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Quiz

1. Which of the following is a biodiesel' plant ?

(1) Guggal
(2) Java grass
(3) Jatropa
(4) Roshma grass

2. CAT stands for ?

(1) Computerized axial tomography
(2) Complete anatomical trepanning
(3) Complete axial transmission
(4) Computerized automatic theraphy

3. Vitamin A is necessary for the synthesis of ?

(1) Haemoglobin
(2) Melanin
(3) RNA
(4) Visual purple

4. Red bone marrow corpuscles are formed in ?

(1) Bone marrow
(2) Heart
(3) Kidney
(4) Liver

5. In plants, which of the following tissues is dead ?

(1) Collenchyma
(2) Phloem
(3) Parenchyma
(4) Sclerenchyma

6. Most of the Indians belong to which of the following racial stocks ?

(1) Australoid
(2) Mongoloid
(3) Canceroid
(4) Negroid

7. Which of the following is the largest gland in the human body ?

(1) Memory
(2) Spleen
(3) Liver
(4) Lungs

8. Plants that grow in saline soil are called ?

(1) Hydrophytes
(2) Halophytes
(3) Thallophytes
(4) Mesophytes

9. In a polluted lake the index of pollution is ?

(1) Algae
(2) Daphnia
(3) Aquatic weeds
(4) Frog

10. Fly ash is a pollutive combustion product of burning ?

(1) Charcoal
(2) Coal
(3) CNG
(4) Diesel/Kerosene oil

11. The vegetable which contains the maximum amount of iron is ?

(1) Cauliflower
(2) Peas
(3) Lady's finger
(4) Spinach

12. Optimum temperature for rubber plantation is ?

(1) 30-Degrees
(2) 35-Degrees
(3) 25-Degrees
(4) 45-Degrees

13. Which of the following substances does not have a melting point ?

(1) Bromine
(2) Glass
(3) Mercury
(4) Sodium chloride

14. Which halide is used in making sensitive emulsion on photographic film ?

(1) Silver bromide
(2) Silver chloride
(3) Silver iodide
(4) None of these

15. Which one among the following is the sweetest natural sugar ?

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

16. Which gas is responsible for the swelling of bread ?

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

17. Carbohydrates are stored in the body as ?

(1) Glycogen
(2) Glucose
(3) Starch
(4) Sucrose

18. The fourth state of matter is known as ?

(1) Plasma
(2) Gas
(3) Electrons
(4) Vapour

19. Which one of the following is radioactive ?

(1) Platinum
(2) Cesium
(3) Thorium
(4) Strontium

20. How can boiling point of a liquid be reduced ?

(1) By decreasing the pressure on the liquid
(2) By adding a solid of lower melting point
(3) By increasing the pressure on the liquid
(4) By dissolving a solution solid in it

21. What is the percentage of lead in lead pencil ?

(1) 0%
(2) 25%
(3) 50%
(4) 100%

22. The mammal that lays eggs is ?

(1) Ducj-billed platypus
(2) Otter
(3) Opossum
(4) Kangaroo

23. Seeds can best be preserved in ?

(1) Hot and dry conditions
(2) Hot and wet conditions
(3) Cool and dry conditions
(4) Cool and wet conditions

24. The medicine for typhoid is ?

(1) Chloroquin
(2) Chloromycetin
(3) Sulpha-drugs
(4) Vitamin A

25. The operation to sterilize males is called ?

(1) Gametectomy
(2) Hysterotomy
(3) Spermectomy
(4) Vasectomy

26. The number of chromosomes in a normal human body cell is ?

(1) 43
(2) 44
(3) 45
(4) 46

27. The control centres that regulate hunger, water balance and body temperature are located in the ?

(1) Hypothalamus
(2) Pons
(3) Medulla oblongata
(4) Thalamus

28. Which one of the following is a micro-element ?

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

29. Aluminium in the earth's crust, is found as ?

(1) Bauxite
(2) Cryolite
(3) Gypsum
(4) Native metal

30. Dialysis is used for patients having ?

(1) Heart diseases
(2) Liver diseases
(3) Lung trouble
(4) Kidney trouble

31. Chemically, cane sugar is ?

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

32. Water for civil supplies is commonly purified by ?

(1) Distillation
(2) Decantation
(3) Chlorination
(4) Filtration

33. Chemically, baking soda is ?

(1) Baker's yeast
(2) Calcium phosphate
(3) Sodium bicarbonate
(4) Sodium chloride

34. Hypermnesia is ?

(1) An exceptional power of memory
(2) A condition in which blood pressure is persistently raised above normal
(3) An excessive motility of a person, or of muscles
(4) An exceptionally high respiratory rate per minute

35. Fertile soil, suitable for growing common crops, is likely to have a PH value of ?

(1) Three
(2) Four
(3) Six to seven
(4) Nine to ten

36. Which one of the following elements is essential for the construction of nuclear reactors ?

(1) Zirconium
(2) Cobalt
(3) Nickel
(4) Tungsten

37. Which one of the following polymers is widely used for making bullet material?

(1) Polycarbonates
(2) Polyamides
(3) Polyvinyl chloride
(4) Polythylene

38. Which one of the following reflects back more sunlight as compared to other three?

(1) Sand desert
(2) Land covered with fresh snow
(3) Prairie land
(4) Paddy crop land

39. For Outstanding contribution to which one of the following fields in Shanthi Swaroop Bhatnager Prize given?

(1) Science
(2) Social Service
(3) Performing Arts
(4) Literature

40. A simple machine helps a person in doing ?

(1) The same amount of work slowly
(2) The same amount of work mush faster
(3) The same amount of the work with lesser force
(4) Less work

41. When water is heated form 0 degrees to 10 degrees. Its volume

(1) Decreases
(2) Increases
(3) Does not change
(4) First increases and then decreases

42. Which of the following types of light are strongly absorbed by plants ?

(1) Blue and red
(2) Indigo and yellow
(3) Yellow and violet
(4) Violet and orange

43. The most reactive among the halogens is ?

(1) Bromine
(2) Chlorine
(3) Fluorine
(4) Iodine

44. The water pollution in river is measured by the dissolved amount of ?

(1) Chlorine
(2) Nitrogen
(3) Oxygen
(4) Ozone

45. Which one of the following materials is very hard and very ductile ?

(1) Cast iron
(2) Carborundum
(3) Nichrome
(4) Tungsten

46. Diamond is harder than graphite because of

(1) Diffrerence of crystalline structures
(2) Difference of layers of atoms
(3) Tetrahedral structure of diamond
(4) None of the above

47. For which one of the following snakes is the diet mainly composed of the snakes ?

(1) King cobra
(2) Krait
(3) Rattlesnake
(4) Russell's viper

48. Which one of the following is a modified stem ?

(1) Coconut
(2) Carrot
(3) Sweet potato
(4) Potato

49. Alpha-Keratin is a protein, present in ?

(1) Blood
(2) Eggs
(3) Skin
(4) Lymph

50. The panda belongs to the same family as that of ?

(1) Dog
(2) Bear
(3) Cat
(4) Rabbit

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