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The corn in an underground stem that grows

A. horizontally

B. vertically

C. above the soil

D. obliquely

Correct Answer :

B. vertically


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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

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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 spores of Puccinia formed on the leaves of wheat are called

A. Basidiospores

B. Ascidiospores

C. Uredospores

D. Pycnospores

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Vivipary is defined as germination

A. during storage

B. within the fruit

C. with cotyledons coming out of soil

D. with cotyledons remaining inside the soil

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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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The part of the brain in Control of Voluntary muscles is

A. cerebellum

B. medulla oblongata

C. pons

D. cerebrum

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The suggestion that the chromosomes are the carriers of hereditary material was first made by

A. Johanson

B. Flemming

C. Sutton and Boveri

D. Morgan

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Blood is a kind of

A. epithelial tissue

B. connective tissue

C. nervous tissue

D. cartilage

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Blood of cockroach is

A. red

B. bluish

C. greenish

D. colourless

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The bird that lays the largest egg is

A. crow

B. ostrich

C. cuckoo

D. eagle

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The saliva contains an enzyme called

A. ptyalin

B. pepsin

C. trypsin

D. erepsin

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The mode of nutrition in which particulate food is devoured is

A. holozoic

B. holophytic

C. saprophytic

D. parasitic

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Which of the following is NOT a viral disease?

A. Chicken-pox

B. Influenza

C. Epilepsy

D. Measles

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Genes are made of

A. Carbohydrates

B. Proteins

C. Fats

D. Nucleotides

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The universal recipient belongs to blood group

A. A

B. B

C. AB

D. O

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The theory that all animals and plants are made up of cells and they could arise only from pre-existing cells was propounded by

A. Robert Hooke

B. Matthias Schleiden and Theodore Schwann

C. Purkinije

D. Leuwenhoek

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Lecuminous plants are recommended for rotation of crops because they

A. kill harmful insects

B. require little amount of water

C. help in Nitrogen fixation

D. are cash crops

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The stones formed in human kidney consist mostly of

A. calcium oxalate

B. sodium acetate

C. magnesium

D. calcium

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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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The artificial kidney is a

A. machine

B. transplant

C. another's kidney

D. other kidney form same body

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What are top carnivores?

A. biggest carnivores

B. tigers

C. all carnivorous animals

D. carnivores that are not eaten by any other animal

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Organisms which synthesise their own food are called

A. autotrophs

B. heterotrophs

C. saprotrophs

D. auxotrophs

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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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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

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The hormones are carried to target organs through the

A. blood

B. lymph

C. water

D. corpuscles

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The method of inducing artificial immunity was discovered by

A. Jenner

B. Tolstoy

C. Pasteur

D. Morgan

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Niche' refers to

A. place of living

B. type of food

C. place of living and type of food

D. food and movement

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Hypogeal germination is found in

A. castor

B. onion

C. bean

D. bengal gram

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Bio indicators are

A. stains

B. pH indicators

C. weather indicators

D. soil indicators

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Malaria is transmitted from one person to another by

A. bad air

B. flies

C. anopheles mosquito

D. culex mosquito