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Quiz

1. Which day is celebrated as Science day ?

(1) February 28
(2) September 4
(3) October 4
(4) November 14

2. Hashimoto's disease is related with ?

(1) Adrenals
(2) Thymus
(3) Thyroid
(4) Pituitary

3. The part of the brain that is responsible for co-ordination ?

(1) Cerebellum
(2) Forebrain
(3) Hippocampus
(4) Midbrain

4. In sexual reproduction ?

(1) The chromosome number is reduced during mitosis
(2) The zygote is usually haploid
(3) Gametes are usually haploid
(4) Gametes are usually diploid

5. Counting of RBCs is done with an instrument called ?

(1) Electrocardiograph
(2) Haemocylometer
(3) Haemoglobinometer
(4) Sphygmomanometer

6. An enzyme requires ?

(1) Alkaline
(2) Acidic pH
(3) Neutral pH
(4) Optimum pH

7. Pulses are a good source of ?

(1) Carbohydrates
(2) Fats
(3) Proteins
(4) Vitamins

8. Which of these is baced on magnetic resonance ?

(1) CT scanning
(2) NMR scanning
(3) FET scanning
(4) Sonography

9. The Nephron is present in which of the following organs ?

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

10. Who discovered 'Viroids' ?

(1) Diener
(2) Mc Callum
(3) Findlay
(4) Stanley B. Prusiver

11. Cloves are obtained from ?

(1) Dried flower bud
(2) Fruit
(3) Root
(4) Leaf

12. Penicillin is obtained from ?

(1) Aspergillus fumigatus
(2) Penicillum griseofulrum
(3) Penicillum chrysogenum
(4) Streptomyces griseus

13. The number of spinal nerves in man is ?

(1) 11 Pairs
(2) 25 Pairs
(3) 31 Pairs
(4) 37 Pairs

14. The bones are held together by elastic tissues called ?

(1) Fibrin
(2) Fibrous tissues
(3) Muscular tissues
(4) Ligaments

15. Jaipur foot is made up of solid rubber and ?

(1) Aluminium
(2) Iron
(3) Plastic
(4) Wood

16. Which of the following is a vitamin ?

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

17. Widal test is used for the detection of ?

(1) Typhoid
(2) Tuberculosis
(3) Malaria
(4) Yellow fever

18. The sex of a honeybee is determined by ?

(1) Ploidy, the male being haploid
(2) the number of X-chromosomes, the male being XO
(3) X and Y-chromosomes, the male being XY
(4) X and Y-chromosomes, the male being XX

19. The most widely used pesticide of world is ?

(1) Baygon
(2) BHC
(3) DDT
(4) Flit

20. "AIDS" affects ?

(1) Growth of human body
(2) Blood cells of human body
(3) Immune system of human body
(4) All of the above

21. The center for DNA fingerprinting and diagoosis (CDFD) is located at ?

(1) Calcutta
(2) Hyderabad
(3) Mumbai
(4) New Delhi

22. Alimentary canal is usually longer in ?

(1) Carnivores
(2) Insectivores
(3) Herbivores
(4) Omnivores

23. Which of the following functions as 'middle man' of the body ?

(1) Blood
(2) Hormone
(3) Enzyme
(4) Lymph

24. Which one of the following is a viral disease transmitted to man by the bite of rabid animals particularly dogs ?

(1) Cholera
(2) Malaria
(3) Rabies
(4) Plague

25. International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) is located at ?

(1) Bangalore
(2) Hyderabad
(3) Mumbai
(4) New Delhi

26. The brightest star in the sky is ?

(1) Alpha Centauri
(2) Sirius
(3) Proxima Centauri
(4) Venus

27. Of the following, the one representing a physical change is the ?

(1) Burning of coat
(2) Freezing of water
(3) Rusting of iron
(4) Souring of cream

28. Hubble Law is associated chiefly with ?

(1) Eclipses
(2) Red shifts
(3) Magnetosphere
(4) Sun

29. Stars of extremely high densities are called ?

(1) Asteroids
(2) Binary stars
(3) Supernova
(4) Neutron stars

30. Dialysis is used for people with defective kidneys. It involves the process of ?

(1) Adsorption
(2) Electropheresis
(3) Osmosis
(4) Diffusion

31. A physical blance works on the ?

(1) Law of conservation of energy
(2) Law of conservation of momentum
(3) Law of parallelogram of forces
(4) Principle of moments

32. The ratio of the size of a Fahrenheit degree to a Celsius degree is ?

(1) 2/6
(2) 3/9
(3) 5/9
(4) 9/5

33. Red light differs from blue light in ?

(1) Pitch
(2) Intensity
(3) Velocity
(4) Wavelength

34. The sensation of colour is associated with the ?

(1) Amplitude of light wave
(2) Frequency of light
(3) Speed of light
(4) Wavelength of light

35. The least distance between two walls before a distinct echo can be produced is about ?

(1) 35 ft
(2) 45 ft
(3) 55 ft
(4) 65 ft

36. During the fermentation of sugar, the enzyne which converts glucose into ethyl alcohol is ?

(1) Diastase
(2) Invertase
(3) Zymase
(4) Maltase

37. An instrument constructed basically to study the behaviour of the vibrating strings is ?

(1) Fathometer
(2) Hydrometer
(3) Sonometer
(4) Techometer

38. Mach number is used in connection with the speed of ?

(1) Aircraft
(2) Sound
(3) Ships
(4) Spacecraft

39. When milk is churned, the cream separates from it due to the ?

(1) Gravitational force
(2) Centrifugal force
(3) Cohesive force
(4) Frictional force

40. Sonar is mostly used by ?

(1) Astronauts
(2) Doctors
(3) Engineers
(4) Navigators

41. The main factor that determines the pitch of a tone is ?

(1) Intensity of sound waves
(2) Amplitude of sound waves
(3) Frequency of sound waves
(4) Velocity of sound waves

42. The process by which energy is generated in the sun is ?

(1) Fusion of hydrogen
(2) Fission of uranium
(3) Fusion of helium
(4) None of the above

43. A common fluorescent tube contains ?

(1) Argon at low pressure
(2) Sodium vapour
(3) Mercuric oxide and neon
(4) Mercury vapour at low pressure

44. Radiocarbon dating technique is used to estimate the age of ?

(1) Buildings
(2) Rocks
(3) Fossils
(4) Soil

45. Iron is used in electromagnets because it ?

(1) Produces a stronger magnet
(2) Keeps its magnetism for a longer time
(3) Canbe magnetised easily
(4) Can be demagnetised easily

46. Commonly used safety fuse-wire is made of ?

(1) Lead
(2) Tin
(3) Nickel
(4) An alloy of tin and lead

47. Excessive consumption of ethanol causes damage to the ?

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

48. Starch gives a deep blue coloration with ?

(1) Bromine solution
(2) Chlorine solution
(3) Iodine solution
(4) None of the above

49. The most abundant source of iron is ?

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

50. All acides contain the element ?

(1) Hydrogen
(2) Chlorine
(3) Oxygen
(4) Sulphur

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