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Quiz

1. From which stage of silk moth is silk obtained ?

(1) Adult
(2) Caterpillar
(3) Cocoons
(4) Pupa

2. Insects responsible for transmitting diseases are called ?

(1) Conductor
(2) Droner
(3) Transmitter
(4) Vector

3. With reference to normal human beings, on daily requirement basis, which one among the following is required in the least amount in comparison to the other three ?

(1) Potassium
(2) Iron
(3) Sodium
(4) Calcium

4. Which of these is a micronutrient for plants ?

(1) Boron
(2) Carbon
(3) Oxygen
(4) Nitrogen

5. Virus causes the following disease in man ?

(1) Cholera
(2) Diarrhoea
(3) Influenza
(4) Malaria

6. Xerophthalmia is a disease caused due to the deficiency of ?

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

7. How many calories are there in one litre of water ?

(1) 1 Calorie
(2) 100 Calories
(3) 1000 Calories
(4) None of these

8. BCG vaccination is to be given to a new born child ?

(1) Immediately after birth
(2) Within 48 hours
(3) Within seven days
(4) Within six months

9. Which part of the brain controls respiration ?

(1) Cerebrum
(2) Cerebral cortex
(3) Cerebellum
(4) Medulla

10. Estrogen and progesterone control and stimulate the growth in ?

(1) Thyroid Gland
(2) Mammary Gland
(3) Pituitary Gland
(4) Supra Renal Gland

11. Cardiovascular disorders are caused by ?

(1) Carbohydrate
(2) Cholesterol
(3) Fat
(4) Mineral and salt

12. Most of the nutrients are absorbed into blood through ?

(1) Abdomen
(2) Mouth
(3) Large intestine
(4) Small intestine

13. Rabies is caused by ?

(1) Algae
(2) Bacteria
(3) Fungus
(4) Virus

14. Which from the following is considered to be good cholesterol ?

(1) Triglycerides
(2) LDL
(3) HDL
(4) VLDL

15. Sleeping sickness is transmitted from one host to another by the vector known as ?

(1) Glossina morsitans
(2) Glossina palpalis
(3) Culex fatigans
(4) Trypanosoma gambiens

16. Full form of infectious disease SARS is ?

(1) Syndrome Alarm on Respiratory Syndrome
(2) Syndrome Associated with Respiratory Symptoms
(3) Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
(4) Severe Asthamatic Respiratory Syndrome

17. Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by blood on the walls of ?

(1) Arteries
(2) Capillaries
(3) Heart
(4) Veins

18. Digested food is absorbed by ?

(1) Duodenum
(2) Ileum
(3) Rectum
(4) Stomach

19. Transport of oxygen by blood taken place with the help of ?

(1) Leucocytes
(2) Lymphocytes
(3) Erythrocytes
(4) Thrombocytes

20. The term 'cloning' is related with ?

(1) Genetics
(2) Environment
(3) Trade
(4) Space technology

21. Commercial cork is obtained from the bark of ?

(1) Oak
(2) Elm
(3) Maple
(4) Willow

22. There are 23 pairs of chromosomes in man. How many types of eggs can a woman produce supposing that she is heterozygous for each of her pairs of chromosomes ?

(1) 23
(2) 46
(3) 2.3 Million
(4) 8.4 Million

23. A gram of fertile garden soil may contain bacteria up to ?

(1) 1 Million
(2) 100 Million
(3) 500 Million
(4) 1 Billion and above

24. Wheat, barley, lemon, orange, rye, and pearl millet belong to ?

(1) Two plant families
(2) Three plant families
(3) Four plant families
(4) The same plant family

25. Which of the following plant disease is caused by bacteria ?

(1) Potato witches' broom
(2) Citrus dieback
(3) Tundu disease of wheat
(4) Karnal bunt of wheat

26. Sugarcane, sugarbeet, sweet pea, chickpea, pigeonpea and French bean belong to ?

(1) Two plant families
(2) Three plant families
(3) Four plant families
(4) Five plant families

27. The disease in which high levels of uric acid in the blood are characteristic is ?

(1) Gout
(2) Rheumatic heart
(3) Rheumatism
(4) Arthritis

28. A person with blood group AB is sometimes called a universal recipient because of ?

(1) The presence of antibodies
(2) Lack of antigens
(3) Lack of antibodies
(4) Lack of both antigens ans antibodies

29. Genes control heredity in man and other organisms. This gene is ?

(1) A bead-like structure on the chromosomes
(2) A segment of RNA or DNA
(3) A segment of RNA
(4) A protein molecule

30. A colour-blind man is married to a normal-visioned woman whose parents also had normal vision. What proportion of their children is likely to be colour-blind ?

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

31. During dehydration, the substance that is usually lost by the body is ?

(1) Calcium phosphate
(2) Sugar
(3) Sodium chloride
(4) Potassium chloride

32. Enzymes are made up of ?

(1) Carbohydrates
(2) Fatty acids
(3) Amino acids
(4) Nucleosides

33. The National Chemical Laboratory is situated in ?

(1) Chennai
(2) Bangalore
(3) Pune
(4) New Delhi

34. Chemically, insulin is a ?

(1) Carbohydrate
(2) Nucleoside
(3) Peptide
(4) Oligosachharide

35. The disease caused due to the deficiency of vitamin D in the diet is ?

(1) Beri-beri
(2) Scurvy
(3) Night blindness
(4) Rickets

36. An example of synthetic drug is ?

(1) Aspirin
(2) Taxol
(3) Morphine
(4) Reserpine

37. DDT is the name of a chemical that can be used as a/an ?

(1) Antibiotic
(2) Antiseptic
(3) Fertiliser
(4) Insecticide

38. Boric acid is a/an ?

(1) Antibiotic
(2) Germicide
(3) Mild antiseptic
(4) Strong antiseptic

39. The substance that is least prone to catch and spread fire is ?

(1) Cotton
(2) Terycot
(3) Nylon
(4) Polyester

40. Of the following substances, the one that can be used as an explosive is ?

(1) Ozone
(2) Paracetamol
(3) DDT
(4) TNT

41. Who is known as father of ECG ?

(1) Cuvier
(2) Einthoven
(3) Hedwig
(4) Francis Galton

42. Physiology is the study of ?

(1) Cells in the body
(2) Function of the human body
(3) Structure of the body
(4) All of the above

43. 'Entropy' means ?

(1) Creation
(2) Conservation
(3) Disorder
(4) Growth

44. Xerophthelmia is a disease of ?

(1) Heart
(2) Eye
(3) Lungs
(4) Muscle

45. Which of the following is not a constituent of DNA molecule ?

(1) Adenine
(2) Thymine
(3) Cytosine
(4) Uracil

46. Humans excrete nitrogen in the form of ?

(1) Amino acid
(2) Ammonia
(3) Urea
(4) Uric acid

47. In the human being the toxic nitrogenous product contains ?

(1) Ammonia
(2) Ammonum
(3) Uric acid
(4) Urea

48. Mid day school meal programme was first introduce ?

(1) Chennai
(2) Calcutta
(3) Delhi
(4) Mumbai

49. Which of the following is called as the currency of cell ?

(1) ADP
(2) AMP
(3) ATP
(4) Cycliic AMP

50. When dust gets into the eye, the part that becomes inflammed and pink is the ?

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

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