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SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 29/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 28/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 28/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 29/200

Q1291. An insect – catching plant is:

(a) Australian Acacia

(b) Smilax

(c) Nepenthes

(d) Neriiim

Q1292. The method not used as a Biological control is:

(a) Use of predators of a pest

(b) Pheromone traps

(c) Use of pesticides

(d) Use of neem extracts

Q1293. Wisdom teeth is the:

(a) 1st molar teeth

(b) 2nd molar teeth

(c) 3rd molar teeth

(d) 4th molar teeth

Q1294. The lusk of elephant is an enormously enlarged:

(a) upper incisor

(b) upper canine

(c) lower canine

(d) lower incisor

Q1295. Scurvy is caused due to the deficiency of:

(a) Vitamin-D

(b) Vitamin-K

(c) Vitamin-E

(d) Vitamin-C

Q1296. Male (Anopheles) mosquito feeds on:

(a) Blood of man

(b) Nectar of flower

(c) Blood of Cuiex

(d) Blood of Leech

Q1297. Growth of the baby in the uterus is found using

(a) X-rays

(b) Gamma rays

(c) Ultrasound

(d) Ultraviolet rays

Q1298. Besides ear ossicles, the cavity of the middle ear in humans contains

(a) air

(b) endoiymph

(c) perilymph

(d) otoconia

Q1299. The percentage of water content in the human blood plasma normally varies from

(a) 60-64

(b) 70-75

(c) 80-82

(d) 91-92

Q1300. “Sodium Pump” operates in

(a) Muscle contraction

(b) Heartbeat

(c) Nerve impulse

(d) None of the above

Q1301. The element which is rich in most leafy vegetables is

(a) Phosphorous

(b) Zinc

(c) Iron

(d) Calcium

Q1302. Polio is caused by

(a) Bacterium

(b) Fungus

(c) Virus

(d) Insect

Q1303. The functions of pacemaker is

(a) Regulation of urine formation

(b) Regulation of digestion

(c) Initiation of heart beat

(d) Initiation of respiration

Q1304. The best method of disposal of garbage is

(a) Vermiculture

(b) Incineration

(c) Landfilling

(d) Burning

Q1305. In ‘Scorpion’, poison is present in the

(a) leg

(b) hand

(c) mouth

(d) sting

Q1306. The total number of bones in man are-

(a) 212                                   

(b) 206

(c) 202

(d) 200

Q1307. The number of heart beats on an average in an adult human is in the range of

(a) 60-65

(b) 66-70

(c) 71-80

(d) 85-90

Q1308. The end product of the digestion of starch in the alimentary canal is

(a) glucose

(b) galactose

(c) maltose

(d) isomaltose

Q1309. Number of Eyes in an Earthworm is

(a) One

(b) Two

(c) Many

(d) No eyes

Q1310. Accupuncture is

(a) a disease of heart

(b) servicing of tubes and tyres

(c) a treatment method with needles

(d) a crop culture

Q1311. Some viruses have RNA but no DNA. This would indicate that-

(a) these viruses cannot replicate

(b) these viruses have no heritable information

(c) RNA transmits the hereditary information in these viruses

(d) their nucleic acids can be crystallised

Q1312. The presence of air cavities is an adaptation of

(a) Desert plants

(b) Trees

(c) Water plants

(d) Mesophytes

Q1313. A moebias is causing

(a) Dysentery

(b) Fever

(c) Severe cold

(d) Headache and cold

Q1314. The nitrogen in the ecosystem is circulated by

(a)Earthworms

(b) Bacteria

(c) Fungi

(d) Protozoa

Q1315. Which of the following is not a part of the Darwin’s theory of evolution?

(a) Natural selection

(b) Struggle for existence

(c) Survival of the fittest

(d) Inheritance of acquired characters

Q1316. The brain of a computer is

(a) C.P.U.

(b) C.D.

(c) Floppy disc

(d) Megabyte

Q1317. Liver-oil of fish is rich in

(a) Vitamin A

(b) Vitamin C

(c) Vitamin D

(d) Vitamin E

Q1318. Which of the following does not provide any energy?

(a) Fats

(b) Proteins

(c) Vitamins

(d) Carbohydrates

Q1319. Dialysis is used to perform the function of—

(a) Lungs

(b) Heart

(c) Liver

(d) Kidneys

Q1320. Presticides are used to destroy

(a) Micro-organisms

(b) Poisonous substances in soil

(c) Poisonous plants

(d) Insects

Q1321. What is the common in AIDS, mumps and poliomyelitis?

(a) Young children get affected most readily

(b) No effective vaccine has yet been developed for them

(c) These are caused by viruses

(d) Their germs can be transmit- ted through blood transfusions

Q1322. Which enzyme converts proteins?

(a) Pepsin

(b) Trypsin

(c) Erepsin

(d) Enterokinase

Q1323. The deficiency of iron in man result in

(a) Anaemia

(b) Night blindness

(c) Scurvy

(d) Rickets

Q1324. Protein which renders a cell less susceptible to attack by viruses is called—

(a) Actomyosin

(b) Chloromycetin

(c) Hybridoma

(d) inferbn

Q1325. Haemophilia is mostly associated with

(a) Labourers

(b) Royal families

(c) Miners

(d) Sportsmen

Q1326. Approximately how many times each day, do our heart valves open and close normally?

(a) 10,000 times

(b) 1,00,000 times

(c) 1,50,000 times

(d) 2,00,000 times

Q1327. Normal blood pressure of man is

(a) 80/120 mm Hg

(b) 90/140 mm Hg

(c) 120/160 mm Hg

(d) 85/120 mm Hg

Q1328. Sugarcane plants are usually propagated by vegetative means because

(a) they do not produce seeds

(b) it is possible to maintain genetic quality

(c) the incidence of disease may be reduced

(d) None of these

Q1329. The pigment involved in photosynthetic activity is

(a) anthocyanin.

(b) fiicxanthin

(c) carotenoid

(d) chlorophyll

Q1330. Free-living nitrogen fixing microorganisms are

(a) Rhizobia

(b) Soil fungi

(c) Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza

(d) Blue green algae

 

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