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Q. Bacillus thuringiensis is used as -
1) Biofertilizer
2) Biological pesticide
3) Chemical fertilizer
4) Chemical insecticide



Ans: 2


Q. Which Vitamin is required for in clotting of blood?
1) Vitamin A
2) Vitamin C
3) Vitamin E
4) Vitamin K



Ans: 4
Note: Vitamin K is a group of structurally similar, fat-soluble vitamins the human body requires for complete synthesis of certain proteins that are prerequisites for blood coagulation that the body needs for controlling binding of calcium in bones and other tissues.


Q. Radio Carbon Dating is use to estimate the age of -
1) Soil
2) Monuments
3) Fossils
4) Rocks



Ans: 3


Q. Male mosquitoes take their food from -
1) The human blood
2) The standing water
3) The sap of plants
4) The dung and other debris


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Q. Casuarina is a -
1) Hydrophyte
2) Mesophyte
3) Xerophyte
4) Epiphyte



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Q. Formic acid is produced by -
1) White ants
2) Cockroaches
3) Red ants
4) Mosquitoes



Ans: 3


Q. A contemporary of Charles Darwin who came to the same conclusion in the matter of organic evolution was -
1) Jean Baptist Lamarck
2) Thomas Fluxley
3) Alfred Russel Wallace
4) Franklin Benjamin


Ans: 3


Q. Chemical decomposition of an organic compound by water is called as -
1) Hydrogenation
2) Hydration
3) Hydrolysis
4) All of these



Ans: 3


Q. Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
1) Vitamin B - Pyridoxine
2) Vitamin C - Ascorbic acid
3) Vitamin E - Alphatocopherol
4) Vitamin D - Sunshine



Ans: 4


Q. The 'fine respiratory particles' which deteriorate air quality for breathing by human beings are categorized as -
1) PM 0.0
2) PM 2.5
3) PM 8.5
4) PM 10.


Ans: 2


Q. The snow leopard population is found in -
1) Sikkim
2) Assam
3) Mizoram
4) Manipur



Ans: 1


Q. Total interacting animals and plants in any well defined area is known as -
1) Population
2) Biome
3) Community
4) Species


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Q. The most healthy edible oil for heart is -
1) Butter oil
2) Olive oil
3) Rape-seed oil
4) Mustard oil


Ans: 2

Q. The term 'Ecosystem' was first used in 1935 by -1) Taylor
2) Clark
3) Tansley
4) Lindemann



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Q. 'Bio-Diversity' is -1) Totality of all species, all genes and all ecosystems
2) Variety of plants
3) Variety of animals
4) Totality of cultural environment



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Q. Seeds of Sunflower plant contain -1) Alkaloids
2) Oils
3) Dyes
4) Crystals


Ans: 2


Q. Fruit ripening hormone is -1) Ethylene
2) Auxin
3) Kinetin
4) All of these



Ans: 1


Q. The main element of protein is -1) Hydrogen
2) Nitrogen
3) Oxygen
4) Carbon


Ans: 4


Q. Which of the following causes Swine flue?1) Virus
2) Bacteria
3) Fungi
4) Tape worm


Ans: 1


Q. Which of the following develops immune system in the body?1) Antigen
2) Antibody
3) Enzymes
4) Hormones



Ans: 2


Q. The bird that can move its upper jaw is -1) Pigeon
2) Parrot
3) Vulture
4) Sparrow


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Q. How many lobes are found in human lungs?1) 2
2) 3
3) 4
4) 5

Ans: 4



Q. The drug produced through bio-technology for cancer treatment is-1) Interferon
2) Insulin
3) H.G.H.
4) T.S.H.



Ans: 1


Q. Which of the following is dominant in heredity?1) Albinism
2) Rh-factor
3) Color blindness
4) Haemophilia



Ans: 4


Q. Minamata disease is caused due to -1) Arsenic poisoning
2) Lead poisoning
3) Mercury poisoning
4) Cadmium poisoning



Ans: 3


Q. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?1) Ebola Virus - Small Pox
2) Biometric identification - Fingerprints and Iris scan
3) Cloning - Genetic replica
4) DNA Fingerprinting - Paternity or criminal identification



Ans: 1
Q. Among the given nutrients, milk is a poor source of -1) Calcium
2) Protein
3) Carbohydrate
4) Vitamin C



Ans: 4


Q. The body fights infections with the help of -1) Plasma
2) Antigen
3) Good Food
4) Immune System



Ans: 4


Q. Cub is a baby animal related to -1) Tiger, Bear, Lion
2) Tiger, Bear, Elephant
3) Bear, Elephant, Lion
4) Lion, Tiger, Camel


Ans: 1


Q. The hormone which is not directly associated with reproduction is -1) Testosterone
2) Oestrogen
3) Progesterone
4) Parathormone



Ans: 4


Q. Ram wants to bite into an apple. Which type of teeth will be use?1) Incisors
2) Canines
3) Premolars
4) Molars



Ans: 1


Q. Which of the following is a fish?1) Jelly Fish
2) Lobster
3) Salmon
4) Whale



Ans: 3


Q. Which of the following is a fungal disease?1) Ringworm
2) Mumps
3) Rabies
4) Malaria



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Q. Use of disposable syringes is usually advised to prevent -1) Rabies
2) Mumps
3) AIDS
4) Cancer



Ans: 3


Q. Which of the following is not a good source of protein?1) Potato
2) Mushroom
3) Nuts
4) Meat



Ans: 1


Q. Caterpillar is a -1) Cocoon
2) Larva
3) Embryo
4) Pupa



Ans: 2


Q. DNA stands for -1) Degenerated Neuron Activation
2) Double Neuron Activation
3) Dinucleic Acid
4) Deoxyribonucleic Acid


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Q. Which of the following is not a sensory organ?1) Ear
2) Tounge
3) Nose
4) Brain



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Q. Which is the smallest gland in human body?1) Liver
2) Thyroid
3) Pituitary
4) Salivary Gland



Ans: 3


Q. Study of organisms in relation to their environment its called -1) Palynology
2) Ecology
3) Zoology
4) Entomology



Ans: 2


Q. Stamens are fused with each other by their anthers and also with the petals in -1) Euphorbiaceae
2) Leguminosae
3) Liliaceae
4) Compositae



Ans: 4


Q. The plants, which grow under water stress conditions of deserts are -1) Sciophytes
2) Epiphytes
3) Xerophytes
4) Heliophytes



Ans: 3


Q. The type of fruit obtained from a multicarpillary apocarpous gynoecium is -1) multiple
2) composite
3) aggregate
4) simple



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Q. Coupling and repulsion are the two states of -1) crossing over
2) linkage
3) chiasma
4) mutation



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Q. Where does the cabbage store food?1) Root
2) Leaves
3) Stem
4) Fruit



Ans: 2


Q. Silk is the secretion of -1) Salivary Glands
2) Thoracic Glands
3) Abdominal Glands
4) None of these



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Q. Which tree is referred to as 'Subabul' -1) Prosopis juliflora
2) Leucaena leucocephala
3) Albizzia lebbeck
4) Pithecolobium saman



Ans: 2


Q. Essential oils contain1) Alkaloids
2) Terpenoids
3) Porpoise
4) Steroids



Ans: 2


Q. What could be the function attributed to the transfusion tissue found in Cycas leaflets?1) Mechanical
2) Conduction
3) Storage
4) Photosynthesis



Ans: 2


Q. A compound used in medicine as a pain killer is -1) Urotropine
2) Chloroform
3) Aspirin
4) Ethyl alcohol



Ans: 3

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