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Pulse rate is measured in the wrist by observing the jerks of blood In the

A. veins

B. capillaries

C. arteries

D. nerves

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C. arteries


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Vaccine for influenza has been discovered by

A. Khorana

B. John

C. Mittel

D. Salk

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Whooping cough is caused by

A. Salmonella

B. Bacillus pertussis

C. Variola

D. Vibriona

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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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What are the symptoms of Xeroph-thalmia?

A. eye weakness

B. dry skin and night blindness

C. nervous break down

D. All the above

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The protein synthesis takes place in

A. Ribosomes

B. Chromosomes

C. DNA

D. None of these

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The enzyme that is necessary to bring about clotting of blood is

A. peptidase

B. amylase

C. lipase

D. thrombokinase

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Colour vision is made possible by the cells in the retina called

A. rods

B. cones

C. fovea

D. blind spot

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Which among the following vitamins is considered to be a harmone?

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

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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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Diabetes is caused by

A. fall in insulin level

B. increase in insulin level

C. eating too much sugar

D. decrease in glucose

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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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Blood is a kind of

A. epithelial tissue

B. connective tissue

C. nervous tissue

D. cartilage

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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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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 term 'Fauna' means

A. plant kingdom

B. animal kingdom

C. neither

D. Both

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The best and easy method of control of crop pests is by

A. crop rotation

B. chemicals

C. quarantine

D. biological control

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Legumes are highly nutritious because they are rich in

A. starch

B. oils

C. fat

D. protein

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Which organism probably arrived first in the world?

A. Algae

B. Fungi

C. Protozoa

D. None of the above

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Which of the following contains the highest protein content per gram?

A. Groundnut

B. Soyabean

C. Apple

D. Wheat

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Which among the following cows give maximum milk yields?

A. Jersey

B. Holstein

C. Red Sindhi

D. Sahiwal

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Aphids are

A. insect pests

B. fungal pests

C. bacterial pests

D. viral pests

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At the end of a reaction enzymes are

A. left as they are

B. reduced

C. increased

D. neutralised

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Which among, the following is a solid lubricant?

A. carbohydrate

B. graphite

C. protein

D. starch

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The germ theory of diseases was put forward by

A. Louis Pasteur

B. Luister

C. Leuwenhoek

D. Flemming

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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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Carbohydrates are mainly needed for

A. growth

B. immunity

C. repair

D. energy

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The energy for the sperm to swim and reach the egg is provided by

A. tail

B. head

C. neck

D. mitochondria

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Malarial parasite is brought to human host by

A. male anopheles mosquito

B. female anopheles mosquito

C. male culex

D. female culex

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What are halophytes?

A. plants found in fresh water

B. plants growing in saline conditions

C. mesophytic plants

D. desert plants

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The study of ecology with pyramids was invented by

A. Darwin

B. Elton

C. Odum

D. Joshua