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Quiz

1. Which of the following has the same atomic number and atomic weight ?

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

2. Petroleum is found in ?

(1) Marshy land
(2) Metamorphic rocks
(3) Igneous rocks
(4) Sedimentary rocks

3. Nuclides having the same atomic and mass numbers are known as ?

(1) Isomers
(2) Isotones
(3) Isotopes
(4) Isobars

4. A fire work gives out crimson coloured light. It contains a salt of ?

(1) Barium
(2) Calcium
(3) Sodium
(4) Strontium

5. In the sale of diamonds the unit of weight is carat. One carat is equal to ?

(1) 100 Mg
(2) 200 Mg
(3) 300 Mg
(4) 400 Mg

6. Which of the following is used as an anti-knock in the automobiles ?

(1) Petrol gas
(2) Lamp black
(3) Sugar of lead
(4) Tetraethyl lead

7. Photo-oxidation process is initiated by ?

(1) Catalyst
(2) Heat
(3) Oxygen
(4) Light

8. Soda water contains ?

(1) Carbonic acid
(2) Carboxylic acid
(3) Nitrous acid
(4) Sulphuric acid

9. 'Acid rain' is caused by which of the pollutants ?

(1) Co and Co2
(2) Co2 and O3 (Ozone)
(3) N2 and Co2
(4) Nitrous oxide & So2

10. Of the following chemicals, which one is used in a refrigerators for cooling purposes ?

(1) Freon
(2) Fluorine
(3) Radon
(4) Sodium

11. Iodine is administered to patients suffering from ?

(1) Goitre
(2) Nightblindness
(3) Rickets
(4) Rheumatism

12. Which of the following can act as a propeliant ?

(1) Liquid oxygen
(2) Liquid hydrogen
(3) Liquid nitrogen + liquid oxygen
(4) Liquid hydrogen + liquid oxygen

13. Which of the following acid is used as a dehydrating and drying agent ?

(1) Acetic
(2) Hydrochloric
(3) Nitric
(4) Sulphuric

14. The combustible material on the tip of safety match-sticks is ?

(1) Antimony sulphide
(2) Phosphorus
(3) Manganese dioxide
(4) Sulphure

15. Hormones are normally absent in ?

(1) Bacteria
(2) Cat
(3) Rat
(4) Monkey

16. Dengue fever is caused by ?

(1) Bacteria
(2) Fungi
(3) Protozoa
(4) Virus

17. Which of the following provides energy for photosynthesis ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Chlorophyll
(3) Water
(4) Sunlight

18. Housefly spreads ?

(1) Common cold
(2) Malaria
(3) Flu
(4) Typhoid

19. Which one of the following is an abhnormal constituent of urine ?

(1) Creatinine
(2) Uric acid
(3) Urea
(4) Ketone bodies

20. The hybrid between horse and donkey is called ?

(1) Colt
(2) Pony
(3) Mule
(4) Zebra

21. Who invented vaccination ?

(1) Alexander Flerming
(2) Jonas Salk
(3) Edward Jenner
(4) Louis Pasteur

22. AIDS is caused by ?

(1) Protozoan
(2) Bacterium
(3) Fungus
(4) Virus

23. The total number of vertebrae in a human being is ?

(1) 26
(2) 29
(3) 30
(4) 33

24. An edible underground stem is ?

(1) Ginger
(2) Radish
(3) Sugarcane
(4) Sweet potato

25. Which one of the following cells produces antibodies ?

(1) Monocyte
(2) Eosinophil
(3) Basophil
(4) Lymphocytes

26. Which one of the following weeds has been found useful to check water pollution caused by industrial effluents ?

(1) Elephant grass
(2) Parathenium
(3) Water hyacinth
(4) Both (A) and (B) above

27. Carrot is orange in colour because ?

(1) It is not exposed to sunlight
(2) It grows in soil
(3) It contains carotene
(4) The entire plant is orange in colour

28. Which of the following elements is obtained from sea weeds ?

(1) Argon
(2) Iodine
(3) Sulphur
(4) Vanadium

29. Which of the following makes the sky layer impervious to water ?

(1) Collagen
(2) Chitin
(3) Melanin
(4) Keratin

30. Which one of the following is a female sex hormone ?

(1) Androgen
(2) Estrogen
(3) Oxytocin
(4) Insulin

31. Who discovered the cholerabacillus ?

(1) Joseph Lister
(2) Louis Pasteur
(3) Ronald Ross
(4) Robert Koch

32. A disease caused by protozoa is ?

(1) Cholera
(2) Common cold
(3) Malaria
(4) Pneumonia

33. A substance which behaves both as an acid and base is ?

(1) Alkali
(2) Amphoteric
(3) Hygroscope
(4) Salt

34. The element with maximum electronegative character in the periodic table is ?

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

35. This chemical is added to water supply for the prevention of tooth decay ?

(1) Bromide
(2) Chloride
(3) Fluoride
(4) Sulphide

36. 'Grain alcohol' is the common name of ?

(1) Amyl alcohol
(2) Ethyl alcohol
(3) Glysol
(4) Methyl alcohol

37. Bleeding of gums and loosening of teeth is caused due to the deficiency of ?

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

38. Which is the largest living bird ?

(1) Dodo
(2) Ostrich
(3) Peacock
(4) Turkey

39. What is the number of chromosomes in a normal human body cell ?

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

40. The fungus which is used in the alcohol industry is ?

(1) Candida Albicans
(2) Rhizopus
(3) Mushroom
(4) Yeast

41. Select the biofertilizer in the following ?

(1) Ammonium sulphate
(2) Algae and blue-green algae
(3) Cattle dung
(4) Compost

42. Which of the following is not a constituent of chlorophyll ?

(1) Calcium
(2) Carbon
(3) Hydrogen
(4) Magnesium

43. Which one of the following is a condition of delayed blood clotting ?

(1) Anaemia
(2) Hematuria
(3) Haemorrhage
(4) Haemophilia

44. Which of the following is the best source of Iodine ?

(1) Algae
(2) Beans
(3) Wheat
(4) Radish

45. Eyes of potato are useful for ?

(1) Respiration
(2) Reproduction
(3) Nutrition
(4) Vegetative propagation

46. Which of the following is a vitamin ?

(1) Adrenalin
(2) Riboflavin
(3) Insulin
(4) Keratin

47. Which of the following gives energy most readily ?

(1) Glucose
(2) Cellulose
(3) Lactose
(4) Maltose

48. What is the normal blood sugar level of human being ?

(1) 80-90 Mg/dl
(2) 120-150 Mg/dl
(3) 150-200 Mg/dl
(4) Close to 10 Mg/dl

49. Which one of the following enzymes digests starch ?

(1) Pepsin
(2) Ptyalin
(3) Trypsin
(4) Renin

50. Out of the following glands, which is referred to as the master gland ?

(1) Adrenal
(2) Thyroid
(3) Pancreas
(4) Pituitary

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