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SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 16/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 16/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 16/200


SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 16/200

Q591. Excretory products of mammalian embryo are eliminated out by

(a) Placenta

(b) Amniotic fluid

(c) Allantois

(d) Ureter

Q592. In male sharks, Claspers are found attached to

(a) Anal fin

(b) Pectoral fin

(c) Pelvic fin

(d) Ventral fin


Q593. What part of the eye gets inflamed and becomes pink when dust gets into?

(a) Cornea

(b) Choroid

(c) Conjunctiva

(d) Sclerotic

Q594. Clove, the commonly used spice, is obtained from the

(a) root

(b) stem

(c) flower bud

(d) fruit

Q595. Milk is not considered a balanced diet now-a-days because of the absence of:

(a) Magnesium and Vitamin D

(b) iron and Vitamin C

(c) Calcium and Vitamin C

(d) Iron and Vitamin A

Q596. Sea sickness is due to the effect of the motion of ship, on

(a) internal ear

(b) heart

(c) stomach

(d) eyes

Q597. The main function of white blood cells in the body is to

(a) carry oxygen

(b) help in clot formation

(c) produce more red cells

(d) protect body against diseases

Q598. ‘ELISA’ test is employed to diagnose

(a) Poliovirus

(b) AIDS antibodies

(c) Tuberculosis bacterium

(d) Cancer

Q599. The largest cell in the human body is:

(a) Nerve cell

(b) Muscle cell

(c) Liver cell

(d) Kidney cell

Q600. Which of the following is known an body builder?

(a) Protein

(b) Carbohydrates

(c) Vitamins

(d) Fats

Q601. Which of the following tests helps in diagnosis of cancer?

(a) Urine test

(b) Blood test

(c) Biopsy

(d) X-Ray

Q602. During dehydration what is the substance that is usually lost by the body?

(a) Sugar

(b) Sodium chloride

(c) Calcium phosphate

(d) Potassium chloride

Q603. The animal which uses sounds as its ‘eyes’ is

(a) Dog

(b) Cat

(c) Snake

(d) Bat

Q604. Pregnant women usually become deficient in

(a) Sodium and Calcium

(b) Iron and Sodium

(c) Calcium and Iron

(d) Magnesium and Iron

Q605. Which components of light are absorbed by chlorophyll?

(a) Violet and red

(b) Indigo and orange

(c) Blue and red

(d) Violet and yellow

Q606. Ginger is a stem and not a root because

(a) It stores food material

(b) It grows horizontally in the soil

(c) It has nodes and internodes

(d) It lacks chlorophyll

Q607. Eyes of potato are useful for

(a) Nutrition

(b) Respiration

(c) Reproduction

(d) Vegetative propagation

Q608. Taenia solium (Tape worm) lives as a parasite in

(a) Pig

(b) Abdomen of man/woman

(c) Intestine of man/woman

(d) Liver of man/woman

Q609. An ant can see the objects all around it due to the presence of

(a) Simple Eyes

(b) Eyes over the head

(c) Well-developed eyes

(d) Compound eyes

Q610. What is the approximate time required for a heart-beat?

(a) 0.5 second

(b) 0.8 second

(c) 0.5 minute

(d) 1.0 minute

Q611. Who discovered the Cholera-ba-cillus?

(a) Louis Pasteur

(b) Ronald Ross

(c) Robert Koch

(d) Joseph Lister

Q612. Which of the following animals has the longest life span?

(a) Elephant

(b) Crocodile

(c) Dog

(d) Tortoise

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Q613.MV refers to

(a) Hybrid yielding variety

(b) Human yellow virus

(c) High yielding variety

(d) Human yellow vaccine

Q614. Among the defects of eye, the short sightedness is called

(a) coma

(b) hypermetropia

(c) myopia

(d) astigmatism

Q615. Human cloning is permitted in Britain for the purpose of

(a) Reproduction

(b) Research

(c) Therapeutics

(d) Genetics

Q616. Pick out the viral disease among the following:

(a) Hepatitis

(b) Meningitis

(c) Arthritis”

(d) Nephritis

Q617. Dolly, the World’s First cloned animal was a

(a) sheep

(b) cow

(c) goat

(d) pig

Q618. Vegetables are easily perishable because of their high content of

(a) sugars

(b) water

(c) vitamins

(d) enzymes

Q619. Anaemia occurs due to the deficiency of

(a) riboflavin

(b) thiamine

(c) folic acid

(d) niacin

Q620. For a healthy heart, one needs to take a balanced diet, adequate sleep and

(a) indulge in vigorous mental activities

(b) play games like carrom, chess and cards

(c) do right amount of physical exercise

(d) do sedentary work

Q621. AIDS is a/an

(a) bacterial disease

(b) viral disease

(c) fungal disease

(d) algal disease

Q622. Amoebic dysentery is caused by

(a) Entamoeba histolytica

(b) Salmonella typhi

(c) E. coli

(d) Streptococcus pyogenes

Q623. DNA test was developed by

(a) Dr. Alec Jeffreys

(b) Dr. V.K. Kashyap

(c) Watson and Crick

(d) Gregor Mendel

Q624. An ECG shows the functioning of the

(a) brain

(b) heart

(c) lungs

(d) kidneys

Q625. Which of the following is incorrect?

(a) AIDS is retroviral disease

(b) AIDS is transmitted by homo and hetero-sexual contact

(c) AIDS was first recognised in USA in 1981

(d) AIDS causes ano-genital warts

Q626. If the radius of blood vessels of a person decreases his/her blood pressure will

(a) increase

(b) decrease

(c) remain unaffected

(d) increase for males and decrease for females

Q627. Cell or tissue death within a living body is called as

(a) Neutrophilia

(b) Nephrosis

(c) Necrosis

(d) Neoplasia

Q628. Insufficient blood supply in human body is referred as

(a) Ischemia

(b) Hyperemia              

(c) Hemostasia

(d) Hemorrhage

Q629. Deep fried food materials are carcinogenic because they are rich in

(a) Fats

(b) Hydrocarbons

(c) Cooking oil

(d) Nicotine

Q630. The toxicity of which of the following heavy metals leads to liver cirrhosis?

(a) Copper

(b) Lead

(c) Mercury

(d) Zinc



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