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Blood plasma from which fibrinogen is removed is known as

A. serum

B. blood concentrate

C. lymph

D. antibody component

Correct Answer :

A. serum


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The hormone that is responsible for secondary sexual character in the male is

A. oestrogen

B. progesterone

C. testosterone

D. prolactin

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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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Origin of species was published by

A. Lamarck

B. Weismann

C. de Vries

D. Charles Darwin

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Blood of cockroach is

A. red

B. bluish

C. greenish

D. colourless

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pH of blood remains constant due to

A. blood pressure

B. buffer action

C. perspiration

D. respiration

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Eosinophil™s are stained by

A. alkaline dyes

B. acidic dyes

C. neutral dyes

D. vital stains

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The first person to observe the bacteria, protozoa and spermatozoa under the microscope was

A. Theodore Schwann

B. Matthias Schleidon

C. Robert Hooke

D. Leuwenhoek

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The function of ribosomes is

A. Secretion

B. Excretion

C. Power house of the cell

D. Protein synthesis

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Which one of the following was probably absent in the atmosphere at the time of origin of life?

A. Ammonia

B. Oxygen

C. Hydrogen

D. Carbon

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Genes are made of

A. Carbohydrates

B. Proteins

C. Fats

D. Nucleotides

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The country's first 'brain bank' that can store up to 300 human brains has been opened at

A. Alleppey

B. Bengaluru

C. Bhubaneshwar

D. Mumbai

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Best growth of plants is attained if they are supplied with

A. low carbohydrate and high nitrogen

B. high carbohydrate and low nitrogen

C. high carbohydrate and moderate nitrogen

D. equal carbohydrate and nitrogen

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The two minerals required to keep teeth and bones intact and in good condition are

A. lead and zinc

B. calcium and phosphorus

C. copper and sulphur

D. iron and iodine

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Warm-bloodedness

A. means, animals living in warm climates

B. means, the warming up of blood as the temperature increases during day time

C. is characterised by constant body temperature

D. is shown by reptiles

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Which among the following is a communicable disease?

A. Beri Beri

B. Diabetes

C. Leucoderma

D. Dysentery

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Temperature treatment which shortens the vegetative period and hastens the flowering is called

A. Phototropism

B. Photoperiodism

C. Vernalisation

D. Thermoregulation

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Vitamins A and C are predominantly present in

A. brinjal

B. lady's finger

C. potato

D. tomato

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The dinosaurs (terrible lizards) became very successful during

A. Palaeozoic era

B. Mesozoic era

C. Cenozoic era

D. Archaeozoic era

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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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Dinosaur is a/an

A. Fish

B. Amphibian

C. Reptile

D. Bird

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Hormone promoting maleness in flowering plants is

A. Indole Acetic Acid

B. Kinetin

C. Cytokinin

D. Gibberellin

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Which one of the ecosystems Is the largest in the world?

A. forests

B. rivers

C. deserts

D. oceans

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Phenylketonuria is an example of an inborn error of metabolism. Thins error refers to

A. hormonal overproduction

B. atrophy of endocrine glands

C. inherited lack of an enzyme

D. nondisjuction of chromosomes

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The plant cells are surrounded rigidly by

A. plasmalemma

B. cell membrane

C. cell wall

D. plasma membrane

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The science of improving the hereditary qualities of future generations of mankind is referred to as

A. genetics

B. eugenics

C. epigenesist

D. epistasis

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The association between leguminous plants and bacteria is

A. parasitic

B. saprophytic

C. symbiotic

D. None of the above

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The thrombocytes are associated with

A. blood coagulation

B. transport of respiratory gases

C. removal of nitrogenous wastes

D. All the above

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Insulin is produced in the human body by the

A. Heart

B. Kidney

C. Liver

D. Pancreas

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Animals that feed only on dead flesh are

A. herbivorous

B. carnivorous

C. omnivorous

D. carrion-eaters

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Herbivores are

A. primary consumers

B. secondary consumers

C. tertiary consumers

D. decomposers