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Quiz

1. Where in the human body is the albumin, one of the major components of blood serum, produced ?

(1) Liver
(2) Spleen
(3) Pituitary gland
(4) Pancreas

2. Which one of the following is the pH value of normal rain ?

(1) 4.5
(2) 6
(3) 7
(4) 8

3. Which of the following is the maost common naturally occurring isotope of hydrogen ?

(1) Deuterium
(2) Tritium
(3) Protium
(4) None of the above occurs naturally

4. The common TV remote control uses which one of the following waves ?

(1) Lasers
(2) Radio waves
(3) Infrared waves
(4) Ultrasonic waves

5. Which one of the following species is an example of a living fossil ?

(1) Chiton
(2) Prawn
(3) Octopus
(4) Coelacanth fish

6. The falling of milk teeth begins with the first permanent growth of which one of the following teeth ?

(1) Canine
(2) Incisor
(3) Molar
(4) Premolar

7. Which one of the following is responsible for making stainless steel rustproof ?

(1) A high chromium content
(2) A high carbon content
(3) A high nickel content
(4) A high molybdenum content

8. Which one of following is used as catalyst in the manufacturing of artificial diamonds ?

(1) Graphite
(2) Iron
(3) Magnesium
(4) Molybdenum

9. Noise level above which one of the following limits can caused death in human beings ?

(1) 80 dB
(2) 110 dB
(3) 120 dB
(4) 180 dB

10. Which one of the following is the normal level of glucose in the blood ?

(1) 5-20 mg%
(2) 10-40 mg%
(3) 20-50 mg%
(4) 60-100 mg%

11. Which one of the following gases is a safe and effective extinguisher for all confined fires ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Nitrogen dioxide
(3) Nitrous oxide
(4) Sulphur dioxide

12. Which one of the following is responsible for the natural ripening of fruits ?

(1) Acetylene
(2) Carbide
(3) Ethylene
(4) Ester

13. Which one of the following measures the intensity of earthquakes ?

(1) Mercalli Scale
(2) Ritcher Scale
(3) A and B
(4) Stevenson Scale

14. Which one of the following parts of the human body is an in-built temperature regulating mechanism ?

(1) Cerebrum
(2) Hypothalamus
(3) Pituitary gland
(4) Thalamus

15. Natural rubber is made up of which one of the following molecules ?

(1) Polyamide
(2) Polypropylene
(3) Isoprene
(4) Isobutylene

16. Honey is sweeter than cane sugar or corn syrup. Which one of the following carbon sugars is responsible for this ?

(1) Fructose
(2) Dextrose
(3) Levulose
(4) Sucrose

17. Which of tthe following is used by honeybees to communicate with each other ?

(1) Pheromones
(2) Dance language
(3) Audible voice
(4) A and B

18. Which one of the following inert gases can accumulate in poorly ventilated buildings ?

(1) Argon
(2) Radon
(3) Helium
(4) Neon

19. Which one of the following are known as 'Protective Foods ' ?

(1) Carbohydrates
(2) Proteins
(3) Mineral salts
(4) Vitamins

20. Which one of the following species of birds remains in air without a forward motion ?

(1) Gulls
(2) Humming birds
(3) Terns
(4) All the above

21. Ethyl alcohol is commonly made unfit for drinking by the addition of ?

(1) Chloroform
(2) Potassium cyanide
(3) Potassium chloride
(4) Methyl alcohol

22. Which one of the following is the botanical name of 'touch-me-not' plant ?

(1) Momordica
(2) Mimosa pudica
(3) Bombax malaparicam
(4) Tinospora

23. Bakelite is obtained from ?

(1) Adipic acid and caprolactam
(2) Ethylene and acetaldehyde
(3) Phenol and formaldehyde
(4) Phenol and formaldehyde

24. Commercially, the production of ammonia is important because it is used in the ?

(1) Manufacture of artificial foods
(2) Manufacture of proteins by polymeri-zation
(3) Preparation of soaps
(4) Production of fertilisers

25. The following scientists won Nobel Prizes for their contributions to science. Who among them won it twice ?

(1) Barbara McClintock
(2) Frederick Sanger
(3) Otto Warburg
(4) Melvin Calvin

26. Haemophilia is a hereditary disease carried by ?

(1) Females and expressed by males
(2) Females and expressed by females
(3) Males and expressed by males
(4) Males and expressed by females

27. The International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology established by the United Nations Organization (UNO) is located at ?

(1) New Delhi
(2) Tokyo
(3) Paris
(4) Washington

28. Tomato, brinjal, potato, tobacco, petunia, and night jasmine belong to ?

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

29. Modern man is believed to have appeared on the surface of earth ?

(1) 0.1 Million years ago
(2) 1.3 Million years ago
(3) 0.3 Million years ago
(4) 3.0 Million years ago

30. If a mouse over eight times its normal size has been produced by introducing human growth hormone gene, the technique involved is called ?

(1) Hormonal feeding
(2) Hybridization
(3) Genetic engineering
(4) Mutation breeding

31. Tritical, the only man-made cereal, has been produced through a cross between ?

(1) Rye and wheat
(2) Ragi and rice
(3) Ragi and rye
(4) Rye and rice

32. The tissue that is involved in the transport of food material plants is called ?

(1) Sclerenchyma
(2) Phloem
(3) Parenchyma
(4) Xylem

33. A gram of fertile agricultural soil may contain bacteria up to ?

(1) Fifty thousand
(2) Five hundred thousand
(3) Five million
(4) One billion and above

34. Human female hormone which is not a steroid is ?

(1) Follicle stimulating hormone
(2) Prolactin
(3) Oestradiol
(4) Relaxin

35. A vast proportion of our body's weight is made up of ?

(1) Bones
(2) Organs
(3) Water
(4) Skin, tissues and organs

36. Cutting of onions brings tears into eyes. Which one of the following elements is responsible for this as it is present in the water soluble volatile substances of onion ?

(1) Chlorine
(2) Phosphorus
(3) Potassium
(4) Sulphur

37. Which one of the following is the commonly used chemical in window or glass cleaners ?

(1) Isopropyl alcohol
(2) Ammonia and isopropanol
(3) Trichloroethane
(4) Oil of vitroil

38. Which one of the following is the normal W.B.C count in an adult ?

(1) 10,000 To 12,000/cmm
(2) 1,00,000 To 3,00,00/cmm
(3) 2,00,000 To 6,00,000/cmm
(4) 8,000 To 10,000/cmm

39. Windshield of cars are made from which one of the following glass ?

(1) Jena glass
(2) Laminated glass
(3) Safety glass
(4) Volcanic glass

40. Aspirin is chemically which one of the follwoing ?

(1) Acetyl salicylic acid
(2) Ethyl salicylate
(3) Sodium salicylate
(4) Sodium azide

41. Which of the following sets make the terminals of the torch cell ?

(1) Carbon-Copper
(2) Carbon-Zinc
(3) Zinc-Copper
(4) Zinc-Aluminium

42. Ethyl alcohol from molasses, which is a by-product of the sugar industry is made by the process called ?

(1) Decoction
(2) Decomposition
(3) Hydrogenation
(4) Fermentation

43. Diesel oil is preferred for heavy motor vehicles because of ?

(1) Higher industrial production from crude
(2) Higher efficiency and fuel economy
(3) Less damage to engine
(4) Less consumption

44. Gasohol is a combination of gasolin and ?

(1) Butyl alcohol
(2) Ethyl alcohol
(3) Propylene
(4) Methyl alcohol

45. Which of the following is a natural polymer ?

(1) Cellulose
(2) Rubber
(3) Plastic
(4) Silk

46. Iron articles rust because of the formation of ?

(1) Ferric chloride
(2) A mixture of ferrous and ferric hydroxides
(3) Ferrous chloride
(4) Sodium carbonate

47. Meissner effect and josephson junctions are associated with the phenomenon of ?

(1) Relativity
(2) Radioactivity
(3) Semi-conductors
(4) Super condacitivity

48. The substance that is added to make natural rubber strong and more bouncy is ?

(1) Chlorine
(2) Sponge
(3) Sulphuric acid
(4) Sulphur

49. Which of the following substance consists of only one element ?

(1) Glass
(2) Diamond
(3) Marble
(4) Sand

50. The acid that can be used as a hypnotic is ?

(1) Butanoic acid
(2) Benzoic acid
(3) Barbituric acid
(4) Tartaric acid

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