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In movable joints the tips of the bones are covered with

A. hyaline cartilage

B. calcified cartilage

C. elastic cartilage

D. fibrous cartilage

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A. hyaline cartilage


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Mouth and foot diseases in cattle are caused by

A. Bacteria

B. Virus

C. Fungi

D. Pennicilium

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Sterilization, as the means for the prevention of sepsis in surgery, was practised and advocated by

A. Louis Pasteur

B. Edward .Jenner

C. Joseph Lister

D. Martinus Willem Beijerinck

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Which among the following may carry rabies?

A. Cat

B. Dog

C. Fox

D. All the three

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Plants grown in darkness show

A. stout stem

B. long internodes

C. bigger leaves

D. no growth at all

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Injection of insulin causes

A. increase in glucose in blood

B. decrease in glucose in blood

C. increase in blood pressure

D. decrease in blood pressure

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Blood platelets are found in

A. all vertebrates

B. all chordates

C. mammals only

D. birds and mammals

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Dwarf plants can be made to attain their normal stature by applying

A. IAA

B. Ethylene

C. Gibberelins

D. Cytokinins

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The endocrine glands secrete

A. bile

B. harmones

C. sweat

D. genes

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The disease Goitre is caused in persons who do not have in their diet sufficient

A. calcium

B. sodium

C. iodine

D. iron

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Scurvy is prevented by vitamin

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

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Sexual selection theory was propounded by

A. Wallace

B. De Vires

C. Lamarck

D. Charles Darwin

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Who considered evolution as due to mutation?

A. Charles Darwin

B. Lamarck

C. Hugo de Vries

D. Cuvier

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Malaria is transmitted from one person to another by

A. bad air

B. flies

C. anopheles mosquito

D. culex mosquito

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Which one of the following animals stores water in the intestine?

A. Moloch

B. Camel

C. Zebra

D. Uromastix

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Saffron is the dried ________ of the saffron plant.

A. fruit

B. aril

C. stigmas and tops of styles

D. tender leaves and sprouts

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Heart is made up of

A. nonstriated muscle

B. cardiac muscle

C. connective tissue

D. nervous tissue

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The golden age of Dinosaurs was

A. Palaezoic

B. Cenozoic

C. Mesozoic

D. Proterozoic

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Tetrodotoxin is a potent poison that

A. erodes blood vessels

B. blocks conduction of nerve impulses causing respiratory paralysis

C. produces damage to the kidneys

D. produces intestinal bleeding

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The protoplasm of a child is exactly the same as that of its

A. mother

B. father

C. grandfather

D. identical twin

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Which of the following characteristics separates man from all other primates?

A. Exhibition of curiosity

B. Degenerate sense of smell

C. Opposability thumb

D. Projecting chin

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The bacteria that gets into our body is consumed by

A. RBC

B. Blood platelets

C. Plasma

D. Phagocytes

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Vestigeal organs are those which are

A. fully formed and functional

B. much reduced but functional

C. much reduced and functionless

D. fully formed but functionless

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Under the immunisation programme's Govt. of India is providing vaccination to prevent some vaccine-preventable diseases. Which of the following is NOT one of them?

A. Tuberculosis

B. Diphtheria

C. Tetanus

D. Plague

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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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Wallace's line is a line

A. drawn by Darwin

B. across the mountains

C. between two zoo-geographical areas

D. between different classes of animals

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Organisms that depend only on raw plant products are said to be

A. herbivorous

B. vegetarian

C. carnivorous

D. omnivorous

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The cell theory of Schleiden and Schwann states that

A. cells reproduce by mitosis or meiosis

B. all cells have nuclei

C. cells are basic units of plants and animals

D. cells arise only from pre-existing cells

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Biological control is to check growth of

A. plants

B. animals

C. weeds

D. one pest by another

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The tallest tree in the world Sequoia™ is found in

A. UK

B. USA

C. former USSR

D. China

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The most primitive mammals are

A. carnivorous

B. herbivorous

C. omnivorous

D. insectivorous