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Man is warm-blooded, frog is cold-blooded, Which one of the following is cold-blooded?

A. snake

B. peacock

C. parrot

D. camel atmospheric pressure

Correct Answer :

A. snake


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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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Which of the following terms is used in Botany?

A. Recession

B. Dumping

C. Barter System

D. Biennial

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The influenza vaccine was discovered by

A. Salk

B. Khorana

C. Mittel

D. None of the above

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Maintenance of pregnancy is under the control of

A. follicular stimulating hormone

B. growth hormone

C. estrogen

D. progesterone

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Blood plasma from which fibrinogen is removed is known as

A. serum

B. blood concentrate

C. lymph

D. antibody component

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Which one of the following cells helps in storing water and food materials?

A. Parenchyma cell

B. Flame cell

C. Nematoblast

D. None of the above

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Ecology of a population is known as

A. demecology

B. synecology

C. autecology

D. space ecology

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What do you mean by lentic biota?

A. Plants and animals in lakes and ponds

B. Plants and animals in forest

C. Plants and animals in sea water

D. Desert plants and animals

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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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Prions are composed largely of

A. DNA

B. proteins

C. RNA

D. None of these

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Geotropism is reaction of plants to the stimulus of

A. earth

B. light

C. sound

D. gravity

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Pacemaker is the

A. Sinu-auricular node

B. Auriculo-ventricular node

C. Bundle of His

D. Purkinje fibres

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Blood is a kind of

A. epithelial tissue

B. connective tissue

C. nervous tissue

D. cartilage

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The workers in the honey bee colony are

A. males

B. females

C. sterile females

D. intersex

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Memory is the responsibility of

A. cerebrum

B. cerebellum

C. medulla oblongata

D. spinal cord

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Which of the following diseases is considered as completely eradicated from India, as no case of the same has been reported in last one year?

A. Polio

B. Tuberculosis

C. Cancer

D. Swine flu

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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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The larva of the housefly is called

A. maggot

B. caterpillar

C. grub

D. wriggler

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Scurvy is prevented by vitamin

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

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Riboflavin is otherwise known as

A. vitamin B-complex

B. vitamin B2

C. vitamin A

D. vitamin E

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The tear glands help us in

A. sobbing

B. protecting the eye

C. preventing dust

D. providing a clean moist surface

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The theory of use and disuse was used to explain evolution by

A. Lamarck

B. Darwin

C. De Vries

D. Wallace

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Polyploid wheat does not normally show an increase in

A. size

B. vigour

C. length of the life cycle

D. resistance to desease

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

A. IAA

B. Ethylene

C. Gibberelins

D. Cytokinins

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Lamarck's theory of inheritance of acquired characters was challenged by

A. August Weismann

B. Hugo de Vries

C. Herbert- Spencer

D. Carl Linnaeus

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The plants will stop growing if the shoot tip is cut off because

A. shoot tip produces growth hormones

B. shoot tip contains meristematic cells

C. shoot tip is the growing part

D. the plant dies

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Diseases in plants can be caused by

A. virus

B. bacteria

C. fungi

D. All the above

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Measles and influenza are caused by

A. virus

B. bacteria

C. insects

D. nematodes

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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