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1 gm of carbohydrate gives energy which is about

A. 3 k cal

B. 2 k cal

C. 4.2 k cal

D. 8.1 k cal

Correct Answer :

C. 4.2 k cal


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Which among the following animals has the largest Intestine?

A. Cow

B. Lion

C. Monkey

D. Tiger

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Which of the following is a good and rich source of vitamin 'C'?

A. Milk

B. Radish

C. Mango

D. Lemon Juice

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Blood cancer is otherwise called

A. Leukaemia

B. Leucoderma

C. Leucocytopenia

D. Erythrocemia

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Cretinism is due to the disorder of the glands

A. Thymus

B. Parathyroid

C. Thyroid

D. Adrenal

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Nucleus was first discovered by

A. Porter

B. Robert Brown

C. Palade

D. None of these

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Phototropism means that plants react to the direction of

A. sound

B. wind

C. light

D. gravity

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Blood is a kind of

A. epithelial tissue

B. connective tissue

C. nervous tissue

D. cartilage

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Oxygen transport is a function of

A. white blood corpuscles

B. red blood corpuscles

C. blood platelets

D. plasma

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Oxygen transport is a function of

A. White Blood Corpuscles

B. Red Blood-Corpuscles

C. Blood Platelets

D. Plasma

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Herbivores are

A. primary consumers

B. secondary consumers

C. tertiary consumers

D. decomposers

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Louis Pasteur developed the vaccine for ______ for the first time.

A. smallpox

B. cowpox

C. tetanus

D. chicken cholera

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Dinosaur is a/an

A. Fish

B. Amphibian

C. Reptile

D. Bird

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Green plants In the sea are useful for respiration of flash because they

A. release oxygen

B. release carbon dioxide

C. release oxygen and carbon dioxide simultaneously

D. take oxygen and give out carbon dioxide

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Kwashiorkar is characterised by

A. dermatitis, changes in hair pigments and retarded brain growth

B. excretion of creatine in excess

C. tyrosinosis and alcaptonuria

D. None of these

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Damage to hearing is caused by sounds which exceed

A. 70 decibels

B. 80 decibels

C. 100 decibels

D. 120 decibels

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Hydrotropism means the growth of roots

A. away from water

B. towards water

C. into water

D. out of water

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The pathogenic organisms of an infected person are destroyed by the action of

A. erythrocytes

B. leucocytes

C. blood platelets

D. all of these

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The phenomenon of summer sleep by animals is called

A. hibernation

B. aestivation

C. laziness

D. lethargy

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Fusarium causes the wilting of the cotton plants by

A. clogging the vessels

B. producing toxic substance

C. causing necrosis of roots

D. killing the leaves

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An organism eating its own species is called

A. carnivore

B. detritivore

C. cannibal

D. herbivore

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When a movement of a plant organ is stimulated by contact with an object, it is termed

A. heliotropism

B. geotropism

C. haptotropism

D. gardening

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What are oncogenes?

A. a dominant gene

B. a set of genes which produce cancer

C. a gene present in the X-chromosomes causing haemophilia

D. a recessive gene

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Biocatalysts are

A. hormones

B. vitamins

C. enzymes

D. pheromones

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The most accepted theory of the origin of earth is the fiery origin which was propounded by

A. Laplace

B. Chamberlain

C. James Jean

D. Hoyle

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The heart of the human embryo starts beating in the _____ week of its development.

A. second

B. third

C. fourth

D. first

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Excess of amino-acids are broken down to form urea in the

A. Liver

B. Kidney

C. Spleen

D. Rectum

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The condition in which there is abnormal decrease of white blood corpuscles is known as

A. leukaemia

B. leucoderma

C. leukopenia

D. anaemia

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A plant cell is distinguishable from an animal cell by the presence of

A. nucleus

B. cell wall

C. chloroplasts

D. cell membrane

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Oxygen transportation in human body takes place through
1) Blood
2) Lungs
3) Tissue
The correct sequence of transportation is

A. 1, 2 and 3

B. 3, 1 and 2

C. 2, 1 and 3

D. 1,3 and 2

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Most of the enzymes are

A. proteins

B. lipids

C. acids

D. alkalis