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Quiz

1. Mulberry growing is associated with ?

(1) Biological control
(2) Horticulture
(3) Pisciculture
(4) Sericulture

2. Which of the following componemts of the blood is responsible for clotting ?

(1) Monocytes
(2) R.B.C.
(3) Platelets
(4) Lymphocytes

3. Which one of the following vitamins is required for the coagulation of blood ?

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

4. Two richest known sources of edible proteins are ?

(1) Soyabean and groundnut
(2) Some type of algae and other micro organisms
(3) Meat and eggs
(4) Milk and vegetables

5. Bile is produced by the ?

(1) Duodenum
(2) Liver
(3) Pancreas
(4) Stomach

6. In test-tube babies, the ?

(1) Ovum is developed without fertilisation in test-tube
(2) Ovum is fertilised in test-tube and developed in uterus
(3) Ovum is fertilised and developed in test-tubes
(4) Ovum is fertilised in the uterus and developed in test-tubes

7. EEG is used to detect the functioning of ?

(1) Brain
(2) Heart
(3) Kidney
(4) Lung

8. On an average, what percentage of human body has the element of oxygen ?

(1) 5
(2) 10
(3) 25
(4) 65

9. The vitamin that helps in clotting of blood is ?

(1) A
(2) B
(3) D
(4) K

10. Who invented polio drops ?

(1) Albert Sabin
(2) Burkholder
(3) Jonas salk
(4) Robert Koch

11. Which of the following is an example of a plant that bears seeds but not fruits ?

(1) Cotton plant
(2) Eucalyptus tree
(3) Pine tree
(4) Peepal tree

12. Blood pressure is high in the ?

(1) Auricles
(2) Arteries
(3) Ventricles
(4) Veins

13. Ginger is a stem and not a root because ?

(1) It lacks chlorophyll
(2) It stores food material
(3) It has nodes and internodes
(4) It grows horizontally in the soil

14. Literal meaning of the term "Homo sapiens" is ?

(1) Man-The supreme
(2) Man-The Fool
(3) Man-The omnivore
(4) Man-The wise

15. Camel is a desert animal, that can live without water for many days, because ?

(1) Water is formed in the body due to oxidation of fat
(2) It does not need water
(3) It has the water sac in the walls of the lumen of stomach
(4) All of the above

16. In the process of dialysis, used on patients with affected kidneys the phenomenon involved is ?

(1) Absorption
(2) Diffusion
(3) Electrophoresis
(4) Osmosis

17. "Thalassaemia" is a hereditary disease affecting ?

(1) Blood
(2) Heart
(3) Kidney
(4) Lungs

18. Protein is considered as a/ an ?

(1) Bulk increaser
(2) Body builder
(3) Energy producer
(4) Regulator

19. Which of the following parts/ spectra of solar radiation is/ are mostly absorbed by the leaves of green plants ?

(1) Infra red
(2) Red and blue
(3) Ultra-violet, green and orange
(4) Violet, indigo and orange

20. Taniflu is ?

(1) A form of bird flu
(2) A type of influenza originating in Tamilnadu
(3) A contagious disease of animals
(4) An effective medicine for bird flu

21. Which of the following parts of plant is used to produce opium ?

(1) Flower
(2) Leaf
(3) Stem
(4) Root

22. A warm blooded animal is ?

(1) Bat
(2) Lizard
(3) Snake
(4) Shark

23. Reflex actions are controlled by ?

(1) The cells
(2) The Brain
(3) The Nerves
(4) The Spinal Chord

24. Glaucoma is a disease of the ?

(1) Eyes
(2) Liver
(3) Lungs
(4) Skin

25. Carrot is a rich source of vitamin ?

(1) A
(2) D
(3) E
(4) C

26. Which of the following produces oestrogen in the human female reproductive system ?

(1) Cervix
(2) Ovary
(3) Fallopian tube
(4) Uterus

27. The most abundant source of iron is ?

(1) Beans
(2) Eggs
(3) Green vegetables
(4) Milk

28. Turpentine oil is obtained from the wood of ?

(1) Cedrus
(2) Gnetum
(3) Mycas
(4) Pinus

29. What part of the eye gets inflamed and becomes pink when dust gets into ?

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

30. Which part of the nervous system controls the activites of the internal organs ?

(1) Cerebellum
(2) Cerebrum
(3) Medulla oblongata
(4) Spinal chord

31. Tzhe sugar unit present in DNA is derived from ?

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

32. Inert gases are ?

(1) Chemically very active
(2) Chemically unreactive
(3) Miscrible with water
(4) Not stable

33. Pencil 'lead' is made up of ?

(1) Charcoal
(2) Graphite
(3) Lead oxide
(4) Lampblack

34. Cholesterol is a ?

(1) Derivative of chloroform
(2) Type of chlorophyll
(3) Chromium salt
(4) Fatty alcohol found in animal fats

35. The substance coated an plastic tape recorder tapes is ?

(1) Iron sulphate
(2) Iron oxide
(3) Magnesium oxide
(4) Zinc oxide

36. What is responsible for diphtheria and influenza ?

(1) Bacteria
(2) Bacteria and virus respectively
(3) Water pollution
(4) Virus and bacteris respectively

37. The bacteris responsible for 'nitrogen fixation' is found in the roots of ?

(1) Citrus plants
(2) Grass
(3) Leguminous plants
(4) Neem tree

38. In refrigerators, the liquid used as refrigerant is ?

(1) Liquid ammonia
(2) Liquid carbon dioxide
(3) Liquid nitrogen
(4) Super-cooled water

39. Sweat contains ?

(1) Pure water
(2) Water, salt and waste matter
(3) Calcium phosphate and water
(4) Phosphoric acid

40. The main use of 'magnesia' is as a/an ?

(1) Antibiotic
(2) Antiseptic
(3) Mild laxative
(4) Pain killer

41. Which of the following is a ferromagnetic material ?

(1) Aluminium
(2) Bismuth
(3) Quartz
(4) Nickel

42. The function of a fuse wire is independent of ?

(1) Current flowing through it
(2) Its specific resistance
(3) Its radius
(4) Its length

43. The resistance can be increased by ?

(1) Changing the resistivity
(2) Increasing the area
(3) Decreasing the length
(4) None of these

44. Angle of dip is 90-degrees at ?

(1) The poles
(2) The equator
(3) Both A and B
(4) None of these

45. An electron and a proton are in a uniform electric field. The ration of their acceleration will be ?

(1) Zero
(2) One
(3) Ratio of the masses of electron and proton
(4) Ratio of the masses of proton and electron

46. The heating element in an electric iron is made up of ?

(1) Constantan
(2) Nichrome
(3) Iron
(4) Tungsten

47. Hypo used in photography is chemically known as ?

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

48. Purification of petroleum is carried out by which of the following methods ?

(1) Fractional distillation
(2) Steam distillation
(3) Fractional distillation
(4) Vacuum distillation

49. Of the follwoing drugs, which one is present in tobacco ?

(1) Cocaine
(2) Heroin
(3) Marijuana
(4) Nicotine

50. If a magnetic material movies from a stronger to a weaker part of a magnetic field, then it is known as ?

(1) Anti-ferromagnetic
(2) Diamagnetic
(3) Ferromagnetic
(4) Paramagnetic

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