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Q1920. Fiber diet includes:

(a) glycogen

(b) proteins

(c) cellulose

(d) fats

Q1921. Tuberculosis infection is by means of :


(a) Mycobacterium avonin

(b) Staphylococcus

(c) Mycobacterium tuberculosis

(d) Streptococcus

Q1922. The abnormal constituent of urine is


(a) urea

(b) creatinine

(c) albumin

(d) sodium

Q1923. The disease that is caused by virus is:


(a) Typhoid

(b) Cholera

(c) Common cold

(d) Malaria


Q1924. In plants water is absorbed by the root hairs by a process called:


(a) Transpiration

(b) Respiration

(c) Perspiration

(d) Osmosis

Q1925. The element which is required by the plant in large quantities:


(a) Calcium

(b) Nitrogen

(c) Phosphorus

(d) Sulphur

Q1926. Which one of the following gives energy to our body?


(a) Vitamins

(b) Water

(c) Carbohydrates

(d) Proteins

Q1927. Which of the following pairs has open type of circulatory system?


(a) Earthworm and Leech

(b) Man and Whale

(c) Cockroach and Silverfish

(d) Tadpole larva and Fish

Q1928. Which of the following animals does not have nervous system?


(a) Leech

(b) Tapeworm

(c) Amoeba

(d) Snail

Q1929. Which of the following causes Malaria?


(a) Insect

(b) Bacteria

(c) Protozoa

(d) Virus

Q1930. Deposition of uric acid crystals at the joint is the cause of


(a) Arthritis

(b) Osteoporosis

(c) Osteomalacia

(d) Rickets

Q1931. Which of the following cytoplasmic organelles are treated as prokaryotic cells within the eukaryotic cells?


(a) Mitochondria

(b) Golgi bodies

(c) Lysosomes

(d) Glyoxysomes

Q1932. Nitrogenous food is

(a) Carbohydrate

(b) Lipid

(c) Protein

(d) Salts

Q1933. Which one of the following organs excretes water, fat and various catabolic wastes?


(a) Kidney

(b) Skin

(c) Spleen

(d) Salivary glands

Q1934. Which of the following diseases is caused by the consumption of nitrate contaminated food and water ?


(a) Minimata disease

(b) Osteoporosis

(c) Blue baby syndrome

(d) Asbestosis

Q1935. Archaeopteryx had the following reptilian characters


(a) Teeth on jaw, tail, beak

(b) Clawed wings, teeth on jaw, tail

(c) Clawed wings, scales, feathers

(d) Teeth on jaw, feathers, tail

Q1936. Which of the following vertebrates lack exoskeleton?


(a) Amphibia

(b) Mammalia

(c) Aves

(d) Chondrichthyes

Q1937. Which of the following branches deals with the interactions of same species of living organisms with their non-living environment?


(a) Autecology

(b) Synecology

(c) Ecology

(d) Palaeontology

Q1938. Which of the following organelles is called ‘Atom bombs’ ?


(a) Microtubules

(b) Nucleolus

(c) Golgi bodies

(d) Lysosome

Q1939. From the bark of which plant is quinine extracted?


(a) Eucalyptus

(b) Cinchona

(c) Neem

(d) Cedar

Q1940. Hypertension is the term used for


(a) increase in heart rate

(b) decrease in heart rate

(c) decrease in blood pressure

(d) increase in blood pressure

Q1941. The contractile proteins in a muscle are


(a) Actin and Myosin

(b) Actin and Tropomyosin

(c) Myosin and Troponin

(d) Troponin and Tropomyosin

Q1942. Acute lead poisoning is also known as


(a) Itai-itai

(b) Plumbism

(c) Neuralgia

(d) Byssinosis

Q1943. Which one of  the following is called the ‘digestive bag’ in the cell?


(a) Golgi body

(b) Mitochondrion

(c) Ribosome

(d) Lysosome

Q1944. Osteocytes are found in


(a) Bone

(b) Blood

(c) Cartilage

(d) Lymph

Q1945. Allosomes are


(a) cell organelles

(b) plant hormones

(c) alleles

(d) sex chromosomes

Q1946. The enzyme that coagulates milk into curd is


(a) Rennin

(b) Pepsin

(c) Resin

(d) Citrate

Q1947. Which one of the following is known as the ‘immovable property’ in the cell?.


(a) Carbohydrate

(b) Fat

(c) Protein

(d) Nucleic acid

Q1948. The average lifespan of red blood corpuscles is about


(a) 100 -200 days

(b) 100 – 120 days

(c) 160 – 180 days

(d) 150 – 200 days

Q1949. Dormancy period of animals during winter season is called :


(a) Aestivation

(b) Hibernation

(c) Regeneration

(d) Mutation

Q1950. Breeding and management of bees is known as:


(a) Sericulture

(b) Silvi culture

(c) Plsci culture

(d) Apiculture

Q1951. The vitamin necessary for coagulation of blood is: .


(a) Vitamin B

(b) Vitamin C

(c) Vitamin K

(d) Vitamin E

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Q1952. The first effective vaccine against polio was prepared by :


(a) J.H. Gibbon

(b) Jonas E.Salk

(c) Robert Edwards

(d) James  Simpson

Q1953. Minamata disease was caused ‘ by:


(a) Mercury

(b) Lead

(c) Cadmium

(d) Zinc

Q1954. Which of the following is a good source of Vitamin ‘E’?


(a) Meat

(b) Ghee

(c) Yellow Yolk

(d) Fresh Vegetables

Q1955. Penicillin is isolated from:


(a) Fungi

(b) Algae

(c) Virus

(d) Bacteria

Q1956. The total number of bones in the human body is :


(a) 206

(b) 260

(c) 306

(d) 360

Q1957. Bile is secreted by :


(a) Gall bladder

(b) Liver

(c) Bile duct

(d) Pancreas

Q1958. Name the vitamin not found in any animal food?


(a) Vitamin B12

(b) Vitamin C

(c) Vitamin D

(d) Vitamin K

Q1959. The largest organ of human body is:


(a) Heart

(b) Brain

(c) Liver

(d) Kidney


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