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Name the nematode which lives in lymph vessels of man.

A. Ascaris

B. Hook worm

C. Filarial worm

D. Guinea worm

Correct Answer :

C. Filarial worm


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Bio indicators are

A. stains

B. pH indicators

C. weather indicators

D. soil indicators

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Life begets life' or biogenesis was stated by

A. Robert Koch

B. Miller

C. Louis Pasteur

D. Lord Lister

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Sadabahar, a common weed, is the raw material that provides the source of medicines used In the treatment of

A. gout

B. blood cancer

C. coronary heart disease

D. polio

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Which one of the endocrine glands disappears after puberty?

A. Thyroid

B. Thymus

C. Adrenals

D. Pituitary

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Plantain is

A. a tree

B. an annual herb

C. a perennial herb

D. a shrub

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Vessels proceeding to the heart are

A. veins

B. arteries

C. capillaries

D. lymph ducts

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Edward Jenner to find out the efficacy of vaccination used

A. his own body

B. his friend's body

C. a corpse

D. a laboratory animal

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Maize is attacked by

A. Phytophthora

B. Pythium

C. Ustilago

D. Puccinia

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The waste product In the urine of man is

A. urea

B. uric acid

C. ammonia

D. non-nitrogenous

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Rate of mutation can be increased in plants by

A. More manure

B. More pesticides

C. X-ray

D. More light

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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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Mutations could be created by X-rays. This was found by

A. Muller

B. Morgan

C. Meyer

D. Flemming

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Coagulation of blood in vessels is prevented during normal circulation by

A. heparin

B. prothrombin

C. plasmogen

D. thromboplastin

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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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Which of the following diseases is water borne?

A. Cholera

B. Malaria

C. Filiariasis

D. None of the above

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The closing and opening of the leaves of Mimosa pudica (Touch me not) plant is due to _______ movement.

A. chemonastic

B. seismonastic

C. thermonastic

D. photonastic

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Viruses have

A. DNA only

B. RNA only

C. Either DNA or RNA

D. Both DNA and RNA

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Typhoid is a disease caused by

A. virus

B. bactena

C. fungus

D. animal

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Leaves Call off branches In the winter because of

A. fall in atmospheric pressure

B. completion of the duration of life of the plant

C. formation of separation (absciss layer) just outside the cork

D. shortening of day time

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The medulla oblongata encloses the

A. optic lobe

B. optic capsule

C. second ventricle

D. fourth ventricle

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The hormone secreted when one is frightened or excited

A. pituitrin

B. thyroxine

C. adrenaline

D. parathormone

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The theory that believes that the first living organism came from another planet is known as

A. Catastrophism

B. Special creation

C. Organic evolution

D. Cosmozoic theory

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One of the sequences given below represents a complete metamorphosis. Which one is it?

A. Egg - adult

B. Egg - nymph - adult

C. Egg - larva - pupa - adult

D. young one adult

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Plants growing in sunlight are called

A. sciophytes

B. hydrophytes

C. xerophytes

D. heliophytes

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The insect vector for the disease Leishmaniasis is

A. Tsetse fly

B. Culex

C. Phlebotomus

D. Anopheles

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The function of connective tissue is

A. to hold the other tissues together

B. to facilitate diffusion

C. to help transportation of dissolved material from capillaries to epithelial cells

D. protection

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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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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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Compared to the veins, the walls of arteries are

A. thicker

B. thinner

C. similar

D. very much thinner

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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