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SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 10/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 10/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 10/200

Q501. Study of newly born up to the age of 3 months is called

(a) Chorology

(b) Conchology

(c) Nematology

(d) Neonatology

 

Q502. Which one of the following does not secrete any digestive enzyme?

(a) Liver

(b) Salivary gland

(c) Glands of small intestine

(d) Pancreas

 

Q503. Which one of the following is related to Silviculture?

(a) Culture of Hilsa

(b) Culture of silver carp

(c) Culture of oil-producing plants

(d) Forest crops

 

Q504. The term ‘GM food’ refers to the food

(a) that grows under genetic measures

(b) that is genetically modified

(c) that grows under geographical modification

(d) with greater glucose metabolism

 

Q505. Which of the following organisms is most likely to produce green¬ house gases such as nitrous oxide and methane?

(a) Fungi

(b) Earthworm

(c) Bacteria

(d) Green plants

Q506. Which of the following is a fish?

(a) Silverfish

(b) Starfish

(c) Dogfish

(d) Cuttlefish

Q507. The colour of human skin is produced by

(a) Haemoglobin

(b) Insulin

(c) Adrenaline

(d) Melanin

Q508. Which one of the following is not transmitted via blood transfusion?

(a) Hepatitis

(b) Typhoid

(c) HIV

(d) Malaria

Q509. Flatfooted camels can walk easily in sandy deserts because

(a) pressure on the sand is decreased by increasing the area of the surface in contact

(b) pressure on the sand is increased by increasing the area of the surface in contact

(c) pressure on the sand is decreased by decreasing the area of the surface in contact

(d) pressure on the sand is increased by decreasing the area of the surface in contact

Q510.Which one of the following is not a plant product?

(a) Caffeine

(b) Pipeline

(c) Nicotine

(d) Saccharin

Q511. Which is the anti-coagulant substance In blood?

(a) Fibrinogen

(b) Heparin

(c) Thrombin

(d) Globin

Q512. In which of the Mowing groups, animals bear no teeth?

(a) Peacock, Ostrich, Tortoise

(b) Owl, Loris, Crow

(c) Alligator, Turtle, Tortoise

(d) Turtle, Kiwi, Cow

Q513. Jaundice is a symptom of disease of

(a) Kidney

(b) Liver

(c) Pancreas

(d) Thyroid

Q514. The vaccination against small pox involves the introduction of

(a) killed germs

(b) weakened germs

(c) live antibodies

(d) activated germs

Q515. Deficiency of Vitamin B in man causes

(a) rickets

(b) scurvy

(c) beri-beri

(d) anaemia

Q516. Yellow Fever is transmitted by

(a) Aedes

(b) Anopheles

(c) House-fly

(d) Culex

Q517. Washing of peeled vegetables removes the vitamin

(a) A

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

Q518. Match List-1with List-Hand give the correct answer from the code given below:

Iist-I (Discoverer)

  1. Jenner
  2. Watson
  3. Landsteiner
  4. Flemming

Iist-II (Discoveries)

     p – blood grouping
     q – penicillin
     r – vaccination
     s – double helix

(a) p – 3, q – 1, r – 2, s – 4.

(b) p – 3, q- 4, r – 2, s – 1

(c) p-3, q – 4, r – l, s – 2

(d) p – 3, q – 2, r – 4, s – 1

Q519. A man with colour blindness will see red as

(a) Yellow

(b) Blue

(c) Green

(d) Violet

Q520. The metal, which is a constituent of vitamin B12 is

(a) Iron

(b) Magnesium

(c) Zinc

(d) Cobalt

Q521. According to WHO, the bird flue virus cannot be transmitted through food cooked beyond

(a) 60 degrees Celsius

(b) 70 degrees Celsius

(c) 90 degrees Celsius

(d) 100 degrees Celsius

Q522. The number of chambers in a human heart is

(a) Four

(b) Two

(c) Three

(d) Five

Q523. A universal recipient belongs to the blood group

(a) AB

(b)O

(c) B

(d) A

Q524. The vitamin that helps in blood clotting is

(a) Vitamin C

(b) Vitamin D

(c) Vitamin E

(d) Vitamin K

Q525Which of the following is a perfect match?

(a) Coronary attack – vascular dilation

(b) Atherosclerosis-blockage of arteries

(c) Hypertension – low blood pressure

(d) Hypotension – heart attack

Q526. Which of the following Is correct about cold blooded animals?

(a) Their blood remains cold all the time

(b) Their body temperature changes in accordance with the atmosphere

(c) Their body temperature remains constant all the time

(d) They kill all the animals they come acros

Q527. If the blood group of one parent is AB and that of the other 0, the possible blood group of their child would be

(a) A or B

(b) A or B or O

(c) A or AB or O

(d) A or B or AB or O

Q528. Which of the following hormone is released in excess quantity during excitement?

(a) Cortisone

(b) Serotonin

(c) Adrenaline

(d) Oestrogen

Q529. Clove, the commonly-used spice, is obtained from the

(a) Fruit

(b) Stem

(c) Root

(d) Flower bud

Q530.What are the blood corpuscles that help to build up resistance against diseases?

(a) Leucocytes

(b) Monocytes

(c) Neutrophils

(d) Lymphoctyes

Q531. Which is the gland that holds the body’s thermostat?

(a) Pineal

(b) Pituitary

(c) Thyroid

(d) Hypothalamus

Q532. What is the chromosome number in a human ovum?

(a) 24

(b) 46   

(c) 48

(d) None of these

Q533. Hashish is obtained from a plant. From which part of the plant is it obtained?

(a) Leaves

(b) Stem

(c) Exudates from leaves and female inflorescences

(d) Exudate from stem and male inflorescences

Q534. Which organ of the body never rests?

(a) Eyes

(b) Pancreas

(c) Liver

(d) Heart

Q535. In which part of the eye lies the pigment that decides the colour of the eyes of a person?

(a) Cornea

(b) Choroid

(c) Iris

(d) Vitreous body

Q536. Which organ of the body never rests?

(a) Muscles

(b) Nerves

(c) Tongue

(d) Heart

Q537. The presence of what distinguishes a plant cell from an animal cell?

(a) Chloroplasts

(b) Cell liquid

(c) Cell membrane

(d) Nucleus

Q538. Which of the following is most important for growth of children upto the age of 14?

(a) Proteins

(b) Vitamins

(c) Fats

(d) Milk

Q539. Which of the following is not required for seed germination?

(a) Water

(b) Air

(c) Sunlight

(d) Suitable temperature

Q540. The branch of agriculture which deals with the feeding, shelter, health and breeding of the domestic animals is called

(a) Dairy Science

(b) Veterinary Science

(c) Poultry

(d) Animal Husbandr

Q541. Edward Jenner is associated with

(a) Cholera

(b) Typhoid

(c) Small Pox

(d) Paralysis

Q542. A plant with compound leaves is

(a) Papaya

(b) Coconut

(c) Peepal

(d) Hibiscus

Q543. The scientist who explained about blood circulation for the first time was

(a) Antonyvan Leewen Hock

(b) William Harvey

(c) Gregor Mendel

(d) Ronald Ross

Q544. Which one of the following is not a digestive enzyme?

(a) Pepsin

(b) Renin

(c) Insulin

(d) Amylopsin

Q545. The Theory of Evolution’ was put forward by

(a) Louis Pasteur

(b) Aristotle

(c) Gregor Mendel

(d) Charles Darwin

Q546. In a human body, the longest bone is in the

(a) vertebral column

(b) thigh

(c) rib cage

(d) arm

Q547. Hay fever is a sign of

(a) malnutrition

(b) allergy

(c) old age

(d) over work

Q548. How many bones are there in the human body?

(a) 187

(b) 287

(c) 206

(d) 306

Q549. Dinosaurs were

(a) mammals that became extinct

(b) large herbivorous creatures which gave rise to hippopotamus species

(c) egg-laying mammals

(d) reptiles that became extinct

Q550. Sweat glands in mammals are primarily concerned with

(a) removal of excess salts

(b) excretion of nitrogenous wastes

(c) thermoregulation

(d) sex-attraction