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Quiz

1. Insulin is a pancreatic ?

(1) Carbohydrate
(2) Antibiotic
(3) Hormone
(4) Vitamin

2. Which one of the following substances, the one that cannot be used as an insecticide is ?

(1) Bleaching powder
(2) DDT
(3) Gammexane
(4) Malathion

3. Hypo, used in photography, is chemically ?

(1) Silver nitrate
(2) Sodium thiosulphate
(3) Silver bromide
(4) Sodium phosphate

4. The substances that is not polymeric in nature is ?

(1) Cellulose
(2) Nylon
(3) Glucose
(4) Starch

5. The gas used in fire extinguishers is ?

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

6. The element present in the largest amounts in rocks and minerals is ?

(1) Hydrogen
(2) Silicon
(3) Carbon
(4) Gold

7. A gas which is not present in normal samples of air is ?

(1) Chlorine
(2) Carbon dioxide
(3) Helium
(4) Neon

8. Common salt is obtained from sea water by the process of ?

(1) Crystallisation
(2) Evaporation
(3) Filtration
(4) Sublimation

9. The disease that kills more people than lung cancer as a consequence of air pollution is ?

(1) Asthma
(2) Chronic bronchitis
(3) Emphesema
(4) Heart attack

10. The Central Durg Research Institute of India is located at ?

(1) Lucknow
(2) Bangalore
(3) Delhi
(4) Madras

11. The International Board for Plant Genetic Resources (IBPGR) was established in 1974 at ?

(1) Boston
(2) Philippines
(3) New Delhi
(4) Rome

12. Some oil-rich seeds can be stored for long periods without any change in their oil because of the presence of ?

(1) Fats
(2) Antioxidants
(3) Proteins
(4) Unsaturated fatty acids

13. The only man-made cereal, Triticale, was produced though ?

(1) Interspecific cross
(2) Intraspecific cross
(3) Intergeneric cross
(4) Mutation breeding

14. Chocolates can be bad for health because of a high content of ?

(1) Cobalt
(2) Lead
(3) Nickle
(4) Zinc

15. The fruit formed without fertilisation is ?

(1) Amitiosis
(2) OOgenesis
(3) Parthenogenesis
(4) Parthenocarpy

16. The hormone insulin is a ?

(1) Fatty acid
(2) Glycolipid
(3) Peptide
(4) Sterol

17. Which one of the following parts of human brain is the rgulating centre for swallowing and vomiting ?

(1) Cerebrum
(2) Cerebellum
(3) Pons
(4) Medulla oblongata

18. "Athlete's Foot" is a disease caused by ?

(1) Bacteria
(2) Fungus
(3) Nematode
(4) Protozoan

19. Which oranelle in the cell, other than nucleus, contains DNA ?

(1) Lysosome
(2) Centriole
(3) Mitochondrion
(4) Golgi apparatus

20. Soft dinks such as cocoa contains significant quantities of ?

(1) Tannin
(2) Caffeine
(3) rennin
(4) Nicotine

21. The blood glucose level is commonly expressed as ?

(1) Gram [mg/ dl] per litre
(2) MM. of Hg
(3) Milligram per decilitre
(4) Parts per million

22. In the human body, which structure in the appendix attached to ?

(1) The large intestine
(2) The stomach
(3) The small intestine
(4) The gall bladder

23. In eye donation, which one of the following parts of donor's eye is utilized ?

(1) Retina
(2) Iris
(3) Cornea
(4) Lens

24. What is the average fat content of buffalo milk ?

(1) 4.5%
(2) 7.2%
(3) 9.0%
(4) 10.0%

25. Daily intake of proteins, recommended for a moderately active woman is ?

(1) 40g
(2) 46g
(3) 37g
(4) 30g

26. Which one of the following hormones contains iodine ?

(1) Adrenaline
(2) Insulin
(3) Thyroxine
(4) Testosterone

27. The major component of honey is ?

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

28. Haemophilia is a genetic disorder which leads to ?

(1) Decrease in WBC
(2) Decreases in haemoglobin level
(3) Rheumatic heart disease
(4) Non-clotting of blood

29. At which state in its life cycle, does the silk worm yield the fibre commerce ?

(1) Pupa
(2) Larva
(3) Imago
(4) Egg

30. Antigen is substance which ?

(1) Destroys harmful bacteria
(2) Lowers body temperature
(3) Stimulates formation of antibody
(4) Is used to treat poisoning

31. Which of the following is the latest advancement in Genetic Engineering ?

(1) Plasmids
(2) Gene splicing
(3) DNA synthesis
(4) None of the above

32. For the formation of teeth and bones, which of the following vitamins is essential ?

(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin B
(3) Vitamin D
(4) All of the above

33. Which area of India receives minimum rainfall ?

(1) Laddakh
(2) Western Tamil Nadu
(3) The Western Ghats
(4) The Eastern Ghats

34. The leading producer of cotton is ?

(1) Andhra Pradesh
(2) Gujarat
(3) Kerala
(4) Karnataka

35. In India, the largest soil group is found as ?

(1) Black soil
(2) Alluvial soil
(3) Red soil
(4) Sandy soil

36. Process of growing plant without soil is called ?

(1) Arboretum
(2) Hydroponics
(3) Pedology
(4) None of the above

37. Which of the following diseases destroys the Red Blood corpuscles ?

(1) Anaemia
(2) Typhoid
(3) Jaundice
(4) Trachoma

38. Which vegetable oil is suitable for heart paitent ?

(1) Groundnut oil
(2) Mustard oil
(3) Sunflower oil
(4) Soyabean oil

39. Bleeding of gum is caused by the deficiency of ?

(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin C
(3) Vitamin E
(4) Vitamin K

40. Which area in India gets the summer monsoon ?

(1) The Indo-Gangetic plains
(2) The Himalayas
(3) The Western Ghats
(4) The Eastern Ghats

41. Pure water can be obtained from sea water by the process of ?

(1) Distillation
(2) Fractional distillation
(3) Filtration
(4) Evaporation

42. What is the element required for solar energy conversion ?

(1) Beryllium
(2) Silicon
(3) Tantalum
(4) Ultra pure carbon

43. An example of major air pollutant is ?

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

44. Quartz is made of ?

(1) Calcium silicate
(2) Calcium sulphate
(3) Sodium sulphate
(4) Silicon dioxide

45. Which of the following is not a greenhouse gas ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Carbon monoxide
(3) Nitrogen
(4) Chlorofluoro carbons

46. Azurite is an ore of ?

(1) Aluminium
(2) Copper
(3) Gold
(4) Mercury

47. Which of the follwoing is used to remove rust stains on cloth ?

(1) Petrol
(2) Kerosene
(3) Lime
(4) Oxalic acid solution

48. Which is the chief nitrogenous waste in humans ?

(1) Ammonia
(2) Ammonium nitrate
(3) Urea
(4) Uric acid

49. Which among the following is used in the ripening of fruits ?

(1) Ethane
(2) Ethylene
(3) Carbon dioxide
(4) Methane

50. Cinnabar is an ore of ?

(1) Aluminium
(2) Lead
(3) Mercury
(4) Copper

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