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The normal temperature of human body on the Kelvin scale is

A. 280

B. 290

C. 300

D. 310

Correct Answer :

D. 310


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The dinosaurs (terrible lizards) became very successful during

A. Palaeozoic era

B. Mesozoic era

C. Cenozoic era

D. Archaeozoic era

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Fibrinogen is present in

A. lymph

B. liver

C. blood plasma

D. pancreas

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The two German scientists who proposed the 'cell theory' were

A. Mendel and 'Darwin

B. Theodore Schwann and Matthias Schleiden

C. Virchow and Purkinje

D. porter and Palade

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Which one of the following is viral disease?

A. Syphilis

B. Influenza

C. Lock Jaw

D. Typhoid

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The theory of 'jumping genes' was propounded by

A. Gregor John Mendel

B. Thomas Hunt Morgan

C. Barbara McClintock

D. Watson and Crick

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Blood is

A. acidic

B. alkaline

C. neutral

D. like a buffer

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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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Antisnake venom is prepared by

A. Pasteur institute

B. Hoffkine's institute

C. Birla's institute

D. Indian Science Institute

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The theory that cells arise from the pre-existing cells was proposed by

A. Nageli

B. Virchow

C. Schleiden

D. Muller

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Sexual selection theory was propounded by

A. Wallace

B. De Vires

C. Lamarck

D. Charles Darwin

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The saliva contains an enzyme called

A. ptyalin

B. pepsin

C. trypsin

D. erepsin

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Phototropism means that plants react to the direction of

A. sound

B. wind

C. light

D. gravity

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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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Xerophthalmia is a deficiency disease. Deficiency of _________ causes it.

A. vitamin A

B. vitamin B

C. vitamin C

D. vitamin E

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The mouth of a river opening into the sea is termed as

A. shore line

B. littoral zone

C. continental shelf

D. estuary

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Tuberculosis is caused by

A. tobacco

B. tubers

C. bacteria

D. virus

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Maintenance of pregency is under the control of

A. Follicular stimulating hormone

B. Growth hormone

C. Estrogen

D. Progesterone

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The association between leguminous plants and bacteria is

A. parasitic

B. saprophytic

C. symbiotic

D. None of the above

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The normal systolic blood pressure is

A. 140

B. 120

C. 180

D. 80

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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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What are the symptoms of 'Pellagra'?

A. Colour blindness

B. Rickets

C. Patches of skin

D. Soft bones

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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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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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Hormones are carried from their place of production by

A. ducts

B. blood

C. lymph

D. muscus

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Fusarium causes the wilting of the cotton plants by

A. clogging the vessels

B. producing toxic substance

C. causing necrosis of roots

D. killing the leaves

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The natural defence of our body against foreign germs is formed by

A. red corpuscles

B. white corpuscles

C. platelets

D. lymph

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Athlete's Coot is the common name for the fungal disease

A. Tinea pedis

B. Tinea cruris

C. Tinea corporis

D. Tinea capitis

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Lactose and Rennin, the enzymes required to digest milk, disappear in the human body by the age of _______ years.

A. 2

B. 3

C. 5

D. 8

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The universal recipient belongs to blood group

A. A

B. B

C. AB

D. O

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The Green Revolution in India owes much to

A. MS Swaminathan

B. TS Venkataraman

C. Norman Borlaug

D. Prime Minister