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Quiz

1. Which one of the following has the highest fuel value ?

(1) Charcoal
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Gasoline
(4) Natural gas

2. 'Yellow cake', an item of smuggling across border is ?

(1) A crude form of cocaine
(2) A crude from of heroin
(3) Unrefined gold
(4) Uranium oxide

3. The noble gases are ?

(1) Have very low chemical rectivity
(2) Monoatomic, colourless and odourless
(3) Diatomic, colourless and odourless
(4) None of the above

4. Salts of which of the following elements provide colours to fireworks ?

(1) Chromium and nickel
(2) Potassium and mercury
(3) Zinc and sulphur
(4) Strontium and barium

5. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) the disease which causes the death of the largest number of people today, is ?

(1) Tuberculosis
(2) AIDS
(3) Ebola
(4) Malaria

6. Which one of the following is an insectivorous plant ?

(1) Flame of the forest
(2) Night queen
(3) Passion flower plant
(4) Pitcher plant

7. Which one of the following techniques can be used to establish the paternity of a child ?

(1) Chromosome counting
(2) DNA finger printing
(3) Quantitative analysis of DNA
(4) Protein analysis

8. Which one of the following sets contains foods rich in carbohydrates ?

(1) Banana, potato and rice
(2) Potato, ghee and cucumber
(3) Rice, lemon and mustard oil
(4) Wheat, ghee and spinach

9. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched ?

(1) Silver chloride ---- Artificial rain
(2) Silver iodide --- Horn silver
(3) Zinc sulphide --- Philosopher's wool
(4) Zinc phosphide --- Rat poison

10. Among the following, which one is not an ape ?

(1) Langur
(2) Gorilla
(3) Gibbon
(4) Orangutan

11. Black revolution is related with self-sufficiency in ?

(1) Coal
(2) Crude oil
(3) Kerosene oil
(4) None of the above

12. Which Indian breed of buffalo produces maximum fat percentage in milk ?

(1) Bhadavari
(2) Murrah
(3) Mehsana
(4) Jafrabadi

13. Which Indian state is highest producer of coffee ?

(1) Orissa
(2) Maharastra
(3) Kerala
(4) Karnataka

14. Which state is leading producer of red chillies ?

(1) Andhra Pradesh
(2) Kanataka
(3) Rajasthan
(4) Punjab

15. Clones are ?

(1) Flowers
(2) Fruits
(3) Flower buds
(4) Seeds

16. The process by which sun rays get converted into chemical energy is called ?

(1) Biosynthesis
(2) Bioconversion
(3) Solar radiation
(4) Solar absorption

17. Which of the following specialized branches of science is concerned with the study of microscopic structure of tissues and organs ?

(1) Cytology
(2) Macro-ecology
(3) Histology
(4) None of the above

18. The name of the plant from which castor oil is obtained is ?

(1) Brassica
(2) Seasamum indicum
(3) Linum usitatissimum
(4) Ricinus communis

19. Cream and butter can be separated from milk by adding ?

(1) Acid
(2) Alcohol
(3) Alkalies
(4) Water

20. Which state is leading producer of ginger ?

(1) Kerala
(2) Madhya Pradesh
(3) Tamil Nadu
(4) Weat Bengal

21. Artificial rain is produced by seeding clouds with ?

(1) Copper sulphate
(2) Potassium iodide
(3) Silver iodide
(4) Silver nitrate

22. Which state has the largest cattle population ?

(1) Haryana
(2) Punjab
(3) Tamil Nadu
(4) Madhya Pradesh

23. A solution of chlorophyll pigments looks red in reflected light because of ?

(1) Fluorescence
(2) Diffraction
(3) Refraction
(4) Reflection

24. The excreta of lizards and birds contains a white component which is chemically ?

(1) Creatinine
(2) Uric acid
(3) Precipitated calcium
(4) Urea

25. Insufficient dietary iodine causes a/an ?

(1) Enlarged thyroid
(2) Cretin
(3) Giant
(4) Small thyroid

26. Bull semen for the purpose of artifical insemination is stored in ?

(1) Ice
(2) Liquid Oxygen
(3) Liquid nitrogen
(4) Liquid carbon dioxide

27. Which one of the following scientists is known as the father of modern genetics ?

(1) Charles Darwin
(2) Hargobind Khorana
(3) Gregor Mendel
(4) T.H. Morgan

28. Phenylketonuria is a human disease. A person affected by the disease suffers from ?

(1) Mental idiocy
(2) Kidney failure
(3) Liver failure
(4) Sexual infertility

29. The deficiency of vitamin A causes ?

(1) Dysentery
(2) Night blindness
(3) Hair to fall
(4) Weakness

30. In the event of a snake bite, a piece of cloth is tide tightly around the wound to ?

(1) Prevent the poison from spreading
(2) Prevent the posion from mixing with pure blood
(3) Prevent the posion from returning to the heart
(4) Prevent the posion from circulating to the brain causing cerebral haemorrhage

31. Jaundice results from the malfunctioning of the ?

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

32. The International Rice Research Institute is based in ?

(1) Australia
(2) Philippines
(3) Mexico
(4) Nigeria

33. The average ratio of white blood corpuscles to red blood corpuscles in the adult humans is ?

(1) 1:1200
(2) 1:700
(3) 1:1000
(4) 1:500

34. The adult human skeleton consists of ?

(1) 206 Bones
(2) 208 Bones
(3) 204 Bones
(4) 214 Bones

35. Enamel covers the ?

(1) Cementum
(2) Cementum and partly dentin
(3) Crown of the tooth
(4) Dentin on all sides

36. Which of the following human diseases is are hereditary in nature ?

(1) Phenylketonuria
(2) Sickel-cell anaemia
(3) Haemophilia
(4) All of the above

37. The first fungicide discovered for plant diseases was ?

(1) DDT
(2) Bordeaux mixture
(3) Suramin
(4) Nitrosan

38. Alexander Fleming, a microbiologist working at St. Mary's hospital in London, discovered the wonder drug 'penicillin'. The first clinical tests for this drug were conducted in the year ?

(1) 1941
(2) 1928
(3) 1927
(4) 1931

39. Which of the following human diseases is are controlled by heredity ?

(1) Anaemia
(2) Alkaptonuria
(3) Leukemia
(4) All of the above

40. Cotton fibre is obtained from the ?

(1) Leaf
(2) Seed
(3) Fruit
(4) Stem

41. The polio virus enters the body through ?

(1) Tick bites
(2) Contalinated food and water
(3) Mosquito bites
(4) Saliva and secretion from the nose

42. The National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources is located at ?

(1) Bangalore
(2) New Delhi
(3) Jammu
(4) Shillong

43. Pollination by insects is called ?

(1) Entomophily
(2) Anemophily
(3) Hydrophily
(4) Ornithophily

44. When dust gets into the eye, the part that becomes inflamed and pink is the ?

(1) Conjunctiva
(2) Cornea
(3) Choroid
(4) Sclerotic

45. Which one of the following is not a fruit ?

(1) Coconut
(2) Chilgoza
(3) Mango
(4) Wheat grain

46. Some plants flower only once in their lifetime. They are called ?

(1) Monomorphic
(2) Monogenic
(3) Monocarpic
(4) Monogamous

47. The universal recipient blood group is ?

(1) AB
(2) A
(3) B
(4) O

48. Foot and mouth disease occurs in ?

(1) Cattle and pigs
(2) Cattle and sheep
(3) Cattle, sheep and pigs
(4) Cattle

49. Normal bone growth is largely influenced by ?

(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin D
(3) Growth hormone
(4) All of these

50. The largest of the living birds is ?

(1) Albatross
(2) Casso wary
(3) Elephant bird
(4) Ostrich

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