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Quiz

1. Bones glow in the dark because ?

(1) They contain shining material
(2) White phosphorus undergoes slow combustion in contact with air
(3) White phosphorus changes into red form
(4) They contain shining material

2. To prevent corrosion, iron pipes carrying drinking water are covered with zinc. The process involved is ?

(1) Alloy formation
(2) Galvanisation
(3) Electroplating
(4) Soldering

3. A mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, this gas is a starting material for manufacturing a number of organic compounds. What is it called ?

(1) Producer gas
(2) Natural gas
(3) Synthesis gas
(4) Water gas

4. Consumption of 'Khesari dal' with Arhar dal leads to which of the following disease ?

(1) Anaemia
(2) Dropsy
(3) Lathyrism
(4) Kala-Azar

5. When there is a decrease in the concentration of oxygen in the blood, the rate of breathing ?

(1) Increases
(2) Decreases
(3) Does not change
(4) Increases or decreases depending on the density of blood

6. Tuberculosis is a disease caused by ?

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

7. DPT stands for ?

(1) Diphtheria Polio Tetanus
(2) Diphtheria Pertussis Tuberculosis
(3) Diphtheria Pertussis Tetanus
(4) Diabetes Polio Tuberculosis

8. A person whose blood group is AB can donate blood to a person with blood group ?

(1) A
(2) B
(3) AB
(4) All of these

9. The life span of a human RBC is ?

(1) One day
(2) One week
(3) One month
(4) Four months

10. Ragi is richest source of ?

(1) Calcium
(2) Iron
(3) Iodine
(4) Vitamin B complex

11. The difference between isotopes of an element is due to the presence of a different number of ?

(1) Electrons
(2) Neutrons
(3) Photons
(4) Protons

12. The metal that finds used in electromagnets is ?

(1) Copper
(2) Chromium
(3) Nickel
(4) Soft iron

13. In the process of respiration, the component of air used is ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Oxygen
(3) Inert gases
(4) Nitrogen

14. The best fertiliser for plants is ?

(1) Ammonium sulphate
(2) Compost
(3) Super phosphate of lime
(4) Urea

15. In the vulcanization of rubber, the element used is

(1) Fe
(2) C
(3) S
(4) Si

16. Reserpine is used to ?

(1) Alleviate pain
(2) Alleviate hypertension
(3) Cure tuberculosis
(4) Cure rickets

17. An example of semisynthetic penicillin is ?

(1) Ampicillin
(2) Amoxicillin
(3) Oxypuin
(4) Tetramycin

18. Insulin controls ?

(1) Amount of iron in the blood
(2) Iodine level in the thyroid
(3) Level of urea in the blood
(4) Level of sugar in the blood

19. A 'foam' is an example of ?

(1) A liquid dispersed in a liquid
(2) A liquid dispersed in a gel
(3) A gas dispersed in a liquid
(4) A solid dispersed in a liquid

20. The harmone that contains iodine is ?

(1) Adrenaline
(2) Insulin
(3) Testosterone
(4) Thyroxine

21. Threat of 'global warming' is increasing due to increasing concentration of ?

(1) CO2
(2) NO2
(3) O3
(4) SO2

22. Cocaine is isolated from ?

(1) Cocoa
(2) Opium
(3) Rauwalfia
(4) Piper

23. Trinireotoluene (TNT) is a/an ?

(1) Fungicide
(2) Fertilizer
(3) Explosive
(4) Insecticide

24. An example of alkaloid is ?

(1) Magnolol
(2) Psoralen
(3) Papaverine
(4) Isomagnolol

25. Matchstick's black material is mainly made up of ?

(1) Coke
(2) Charcoal
(3) Black phosphorus
(4) Yellow phosphorus

26. Chemically, white spirit is ?

(1) Absolute ethyl alcohol
(2) A mixture of petroleum hydrocarbons
(3) Denatured alcohol
(4) Purified ethanol

27. The material which can be deformed permanently by heat and pressure is a ?

(1) Chemical compound
(2) Polymer
(3) Thermoset
(4) Thermoplastic

28. Excessive consumption of ethanol causes damage to the ?

(1) Heart
(2) Kidneys
(3) Liver
(4) Lungs

29. A drug that prevents infection and decay is called a/an ?

(1) Antimalarial drug
(2) Antiseptic
(3) Analgesic
(4) Germicide

30. Normally, the substance that fight against diseases in human systems are known as ?

(1) Antigens
(2) Deoxyribonucleic acids
(3) Enzymes
(4) Antibodies

31. ORS, which is used for the treatment of Diarrhea stands for ?

(1) Oral Replemishing Solution
(2) Oral Recharging Solution
(3) Oral Reducing Solution
(4) Oral Rehydration Solution

32. Person suffering from which of the following disease should be isolated from rest of the population ?

(1) AIDS
(2) Herpes
(3) Thalassemia
(4) Xerophthelmia

33. Parkinson's disease is associated with ?

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

34. Heparin is formed by ?

(1) Blood cells
(2) Plasma cells
(3) Liver cells
(4) Spleen cells

35. Outbreak of jaundice is due to ?

(1) Air pollution
(2) Soil pollution
(3) Thermal pollution
(4) Water pollution

36. A choke coil is used in A.C. circuits to ?

(1) Increase the current
(2) Decrease the current
(3) Convert high voltage to low voltage
(4) decrease the impedence of current

37. Gasohol is prepared by mixing gasoline and ?

(1) Butane
(2) Ethyl alcohol
(3) Methyl alcohol
(4) Tetraethyl lead

38. Drinking soda is ?

(1) An oxidising agent
(2) Acidic in nature
(3) Basic in nature
(4) Neutral

39. A substance that removes dirt and grease from surfaces is called ?

(1) Bleaching agent
(2) Detergent
(3) Lubricant
(4) Reducing agent

40. Morphine is a drug under the classification ?

(1) Antiseptics
(2) Antibiotics
(3) Antimalarials
(4) Narcotics

41. Riboflavin is a/an ?

(1) Antibiotic
(2) Colouring substance
(3) Plant
(4) Vitamin

42. Reserpine is used to ?

(1) Alleviate hypertension
(2) Alleviate pain
(3) Cure tuberculosis
(4) Cure rickets

43. Alizarin is ?

(1) An antiseptic
(2) Anthraquinone dye
(3) Mordant dye
(4) Triphenylmethane dye

44. Chemically, interferon is a ?

(1) Carbohydrate
(2) Flourinated hydrocarbon
(3) Glycoprotein
(4) Nucleic acid

45. First synthetically prepared organic compound was ?

(1) Benzene
(2) Glucose
(3) Methane
(4) Urea

46. The chemical used as a chemical weapon in the First World War is ?

(1) Carbon monoxide
(2) Hydrogen cyanide
(3) Water gas
(4) Mustard gas

47. Morphine is ?

(1) A tannin
(2) A flavonoid
(3) A alkaloid
(4) A terpene

48. Serpasil is obtained from the ?

(1) Plant Rauwalfia Serpentine
(2) Extracts of ginger root
(3) Extracts of tobacco leaf
(4) Cinchona tree

49. Insulin, a hormone is chemically a ?

(1) Carbohydrate
(2) Fat
(3) Protein
(4) Steroid

50. The pair of metals used in the manufacture of stainless steel are ?

(1) Copper and iron
(2) Chromium and steel
(3) Iron and chromium
(4) Zinc and iron

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