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SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 20/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 20/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 20/200

 

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 20/200

Q891. Which one of these is a communicable disease?  

(a) Diabetes

(b) Diphtheria

(c) Arthritis

(d) Cancer

Q892. The concentration of which of the following decreases in anaemia?

(a) Haemoglobin

(b) Collagen

(c) Hyoglobin

(d) Myosin

Q893. Which of the following diseases usually spreads through air?

(a) Plague

(b) Typhoid

(c) Tuberculosis

(d) Cholera

Q894. Cereals are a rich source of

(a) Starch

(b) Glucose

(c) Fructose

(d) Maltose

Q895. Small Pox is caused by

(a) Rubeola Virus

(b) Variola Virus

(c) Varicella

(d) Myxovirus

Q896. Respiration process requires

(a) heat

(b) water

(c) oxygen

(d) sunlight

Q897. A vitamin requires cobalt for its activity. The vitamin is

(a) Vitamin B12

(b) Vitamin D

(c) Vitamin B2

(d) Vitamin A

Q898. Plasma membrane in eukaryotic cells is made up of

(a) Phospholipid

(b) Lipoprotein

(c) Phospholipo-protein

(d) Phospho-protein

Q899. Which one of the following is also called the ‘power plants’ of the cell?

(a) Golgi body

(b) Mitochondrion

(c) Ribosome

(d) Lysosome

Q900. What is the chemical name of vinegar?

(a) Citric acid

(b) Acetic acid

(c) Pyruvic acid

(d) Malic acid

Q901. Animals living in the three trunks are known as

(a) Arboreal

(b) Volant

(c) Amphibious

(d) Aquaticx

Q902. What happens to a person who receives the wrong type of blood?

(a) All the arteries constrict

(b) All the arteries dialates

(c) The RBCs agglutinate

(d) The spleen and lymph nodes deteriorate

Q903. Ringworm is a……. disease.

(a) Bacterial

(b) Protozoan

(c) Viral

(d) Fungal

Q904. Pituitary gland is situated in

(a) the base of the heart

(b) the base of the brain

(c) the neck

(d) the abdomen

Q905. From which part of the plant is clove, the commonly used spice, obtained?

(a) Fruit

(b) Flower bud

(c) Stem

(d) Root

Q906. Chewing gum is made from

(a) Resin

(b) Tannin

(c) Latex

(d) Gum

Q907 The brain of human adult weighs about

(a) 1200- 1300 gm

(b) 1600 – 2000 gm

(c) 500 – 800 gm

(d) 100- 200 gm

Q908. Total number of bones in man is

(a) 206

(b) 266

(c) 300

(d)306

Q909. Which of the following snakes killed for its beautiful skin has been declared an endangered species?

(a) Python

(b) King Cobra

(c) Russel’s Viper

(d) Krait

Q910. The colour of the eye depends upon the pigment present in

(a) cornea

(b) iris

(c) rods

(d) cones

Q911. The ability of the eye to see in the dark, is due to the production of a purple pigment known

as

(a) Carotene

(b) Rhodopsin

(c) Iodopsin

(d) Retinene

Q912. Which of the following statements is true?

(a) Dehusked cereals and pulses are more nutritious

(b) Whole grain cereals and pulses are more nutritious

(c) Processed cereal products are nutrient dense

(d) Breakfast cereals are nutrient dense

Q913. The vitamin most readily destroyed by heat is

(a) Riboflavin

(b) Ascorbic acid

(c) Tocopherol

(d) Thiamine

Q914. Which one of the following is not a vaccine?

(a) BCG

(b) Anti-rabies

(c) Polio vaccine                               

(d) Progesterone

Q915. The disease that is caused by viruses

(a) Typhoid

(b) Cholera

(c) Common Cold

(d) Tetanus

Q916. The Iocomotory organ of ‘Amoeba’ is

(a) Pseudopodia

(b) Parapodia

(c) Flagella

(d) ‘Cilia

Q917. The number of chromosomes present in normal human being are

(a) 23

(b) 46

(c) 22

(d) 48

Q918. An instrument for measuring blood pressure is called

(a) Barometer

(b) Spirometer

(c) Sphygmomanometer

(d) Haemocytometer

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Q919. The term ‘Rh factor’ refers to

(a) Rhesus factor

(b) Rheumatoid factor

(c) Renal factor

(d) Rhombic factor

Q920. The discoverer of pencillin was

(a) Lord Lister

(b) Alexander Fleming

(c) Karl Landsteiner

(d) Walter Reed

Q921. Blood groups were discovered by

(a) Altmann

(b) Landsteiner

(c) Losch

(d) Ronald Ross

Q922. The animal which can tolerate more summer heat is

(a) Buffalo

(b) Cow

(c) Goat

(d) Donkey

Q923. According to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, long necks in giraffes

(a) arose because of constant attempt to reach leaves on tall trees, generation after generation

(b) do not give them any special advantage and is just an accident

(c) give them advantage in finding food, because of which those with long necks survive

(d) is a result of the special weather prevalent in African Savannah

Q924. Rickets is the deficiency disease of Vitamin D, in which the affected part is the

(a) skin

(b) hair

(c) bone

(d) blood

Q925. ‘Darwin finches’ refers to a group of

(a) Fishes’

(b) Lizards

(c) Birds

(d) Amphibians

Q926. The dried flower buds are used as a spice in

(a) Cardamom

(b) Cinnamon

(c) Cloves

(d) Saffron

Q927. The tissue in man where no cell division occurs after birth is

(a) skeletal

(b) nerves

(c) connective

(d) germinal

Q928. DNA fingerprinting is used to identify the

(a) Parents

(b) Rapist

(c) Thieves

(d) All the above

Q929. The normal cholesterol level in human blood is

(a) 80- 120 mg%

(b) 120- 140 mg%

(c) 140 – 180 mg%

(d) 180 – 200 mg%

Q930. Which of the following are warm-blooded animals ?

(a) Whales

(b) Whale Sharks

(c) Alytes

(d) Draco

 

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