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Quiz

1. The sex of a child is determined ?

(1) At the time of fertilisation of the ovum
(2) At the time of the sperm's entry
(3) In the third month of pregnancy
(4) Six to seven weeks after conception

2. Jhum is ?

(1) A tride
(2) A type of cultivation
(3) A folk dance
(4) The name of a river valley

3. Sons of a colour blind woman are always colour blind but not the daughters. This suggests that ?

(1) Sex is determined by the mother
(2) Sex chromosomes are transferred only from mother to son
(3) Sex-linked characters find immediate expression in man
(4) Fewer sez chromosomes are transferred to the daughters

4. The disease that is caused by viral infection is ?

(1) Cholera
(2) Common cold
(3) Tetanus
(4) Typhoid

5. Which of the following worms enters the intestine by penetrating the skin ?

(1) Ring worm
(2) Tape worm
(3) Thread worm
(4) Hook work

6. Reserpine is used to ?

(1) Alleviate pain
(2) Cure arthritis
(3) Reduce high blood pressure
(4) Increase blood pressure when it is low

7. Aquaculture is the ?

(1) Water content of organisms
(2) Water portion of the biosphere
(3) Loss of water by plants
(4) Use of water for farming

8. Cancer is a deadly disease because it has the ugly potentials of ?

(1) Dissemination to vital organs
(2) Showing cells either very large or extremely small
(3) Having no resemblance to the normal cells of a tissue or organ
(4) Rapid growth to form a tumour

9. Palaeontology is the study of ?

(1) Bones
(2) Fossils
(3) Birds
(4) Primates

10. The smallest living cell is that of a ?

(1) Bread mold
(2) Bacterium
(3) Mycoplasma
(4) Virus

11. Some plants feed upon insects for their nitrogen requirements. They are called insectivorous plants. Which of the following is such a plant ?

(1) Bladderwort
(2) Liverwort
(3) Spiderwort
(4) Horn wort

12. Menopause usually occurs between ?

(1) 30 to 35 years
(2) 35 to 40 years
(3) 40 to 45 years
(4) 45 to 50 years

13. The red rust of tea is caused by ?

(1) Green alga
(2) Fungus
(3) A Bacterium
(4) Virus

14. The first effective vaccine against polio was prepared by ?

(1) Robert Edwards
(2) John Heynsham Gibbon
(3) Jonas E. Salk
(4) James Simpson

15. Heavy alcohol consuming people generally die of ?

(1) Blood cancer
(2) Liver or stomach cancer
(3) Cirrhosis
(4) Weakening of heart muscles leading to cardiac arrest

16. Amongst goat breeds, pashmina is derived from

(1) Changthangi
(2) Beetal
(3) Gaddi
(4) Sangamneri

17. The science of heredity was called Genetics by ?

(1) C Correns
(2) HJ Muller
(3) Gregor Mendel
(4) W Bateson

18. The carbohydrate content in a hen's egg is ?

(1) 0.5 g
(2) 0.0 g
(3) 1.3 g
(4) 2.5 g

19. A nanny is the female of ?

(1) Camel
(2) Goat
(3) Pig
(4) Sheep

20. A pure culture of bacteria was first obtained by ?

(1) Anton van Leeuwenhoek
(2) Louis Pasteur
(3) Edward Jenner
(4) Robert Koch

21. What is the approximate nitrogen percentage present in the atmosphere ?

(1) 10 - 11%
(2) 18 - 20%
(3) 40 - 42%
(4) 78 - 79%

22. The first India to be elected President of the International Council of Science is ?

(1) Goverdhan Mehta
(2) M.G.K. Menon
(3) R. Srinivasan
(4) Vikram Sarabhai

23. Where is the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) situated ?

(1) Bareilly
(2) Lucknow
(3) Kanpur
(4) Karnal (Haryana)

24. Rickets disease in poultry bird is caused due to the deficiency of which vitamin ?

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

25. Which one of the following element is least likely to be found in commercial fertilizers ?

(1) Potassium
(2) Phosphorus
(3) Nitrogen
(4) Silicon

26. The raw material from which rayon is formed is ?

(1) Plastic
(2) Cellulose
(3) Petroleum
(4) None of these

27. Identify the man-made element ?

(1) Calcium
(2) Gold
(3) Carbon
(4) Californium

28. Rayon fibre is made from ?

(1) Cellulose
(2) Polyvinyl chloride
(3) Polyethylene
(4) Isoprene

29. The cathode of a lead storage battery is made up of ?

(1) Manganese dioxide
(2) Lead
(3) Lead oxide
(4) Zinc

30. Diamond is an allotrope of ?

(1) Manganese
(2) Carbon
(3) Selenium
(4) Silicon

31. 'Hypo' used in photography is chemically ?

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

32. The element used in the manufacture of safety matches is ?

(1) Magnesium
(2) Phosphorus
(3) Sulphur
(4) Silicon

33. Which variety of glass is heat resistant ?

(1) Hard glass
(2) Prussian blue
(3) Pyrex glass
(4) Yellow

34. The chief constituent of gobar gas is ?

(1) Ethane
(2) Hydrogen
(3) Methane
(4) Nitrogen

35. Generally, what is the colour of emerald ?

(1) Deep green
(2) Prussian blue
(3) Violet
(4) Yellow

36. Which of the following chemicals is responsible for the depletion of ozone layer in the atmosphere ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Chlorofluoro carbons
(3) Nitrous oxide
(4) Sulphur dioxide

37. The detergent used to wash clothes and clean utensils contains ?

(1) Bismuth
(2) Nitrate
(3) Sulphate
(4) Sulphonate

38. What is the chemical name for 'Baking Soda' ?

(1) Sodium nitrate
(2) Sodium nitrite
(3) Sodium bicarbonate
(4) Sodium carbonate

39. The depletion of ozone layer is due to ?

(1) Ethane
(2) Carbon dioxide
(3) Sulphur dioxide
(4) Chlorofluoro carbons

40. Which of the following is a natural dye ?

(1) Alizarin
(2) Aniline blue
(3) Crystal violet
(4) Phenolphthalein

41. Which variety of coal contains recognisable traces of original plant material ?

(1) Anthracite
(2) Bitumen
(3) Peat
(4) Lignite

42. Two elements which can form a large number of compounds are ?

(1) Carbon and oxygen
(2) Carbon and hydrogen
(3) Carbon and nitrogen
(4) Carbon and sulphur

43. A plant bearing both male and female flowers is called ?

(1) Dioecious
(2) Bisexual
(3) Monogamous
(4) Monoecious

44. Successful fusion of somatic cells from man and mouse was first demonstrated by ?

(1) H. Harris
(2) A. Kornberg
(3) R. Sinsheimer
(4) E. C. Cocking

45. The term 'gene' for the factors controlling heredity was coined by ?

(1) TH Morgan
(2) Hugo de Vries
(3) Gregor Mendel
(4) W Johannsen

46. The tallest breed of sheep in India is ?

(1) Rampur Bushair
(2) Nellore
(3) Marwari
(4) Kathiawari

47. The gestation period of camel is ?

(1) 280 to 300 days
(2) 320 to 350 days
(3) 365 to 400 days
(4) 425 to 440 days

48. Bacteria can remain alive at subzero temperatures for ?

(1) A few years
(2) A few weeks
(3) Up to 100 years
(4) More than 100 years

49. Tobacco smoke is injurious to health because it contains ?

(1) Nicotine
(2) Carbon monoxide
(3) Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
(4) All of the these

50. "LSD" stands for ?

(1) Low starch drugs
(2) -ithium-sodium devices
(3) Lysergic acid diethylamide
(4) Lanthanide series diatoms

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