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The principal reason why it is better to have two eyes than one is that

A. by having two eyes, one can distinguish colours more easily

B. by having two eyes, one can easily see in the dark and dim light

C. this gives the man a type of vision known as mosaic vision

D. this enhances depth perception in the humans

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D. this enhances depth perception in the humans


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Temperature treatment which shortens the vegetative period and hastens the flowering is called

A. Phototropism

B. Photoperiodism

C. Vernalisation

D. Thermoregulation

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The thrombocytes are associated with

A. blood coagulation

B. transport of respiratory gases

C. removal of nitrogenous wastes

D. all the above

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The plant that is dispersed with the help of water is

A. mango

B. coconut

C. teak

D. paddy

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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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Digestion of proteins starts in the

A. mouth

B. stomach

C. duodenum

D. intestine

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When does the heart start functioning?

A. At birth

B. After birth

C. Before birth

D. After a week from birth

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Adaptation for flying is termed as

A. aquatic

B. volant

C. fossorial

D. cursorial

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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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Somato Tropic Hormone is concerned with

A. Body growth

B. Metamorphosis

C. Digestion

D. Reproduction

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India's first transgenic crop was

A. Potato

B. Brinjal

C. Sugarcane

D. Bt cotton

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Which among, the following is a solid lubricant?

A. carbohydrate

B. graphite

C. protein

D. starch

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Which of the following is a vector-borne disease for which a special programme has been launched by the Govt. of India?

A. Polio

B. HIV / AIDS

C. Malaria

D. Cancer

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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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The amount of blood in a normal man is about

A. 5.0 litres

B. 2.5 litres

C. 3.8 litres

D. 4.7 litres

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In plants water is carried upwards by

A. phloem

B. paranchyma

C. xylem

D. meristem

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Late Blight' is a disease that affects the _______ crop.

A. coconut

B. cashew

C. potato

D. pepper

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Haemoglobin is dissolved in the plasma of

A. frog

B. fish

C. man

D. earthworm

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Fishes send out their nitrogenous waste as

A. ammonia

B. urea

C. uric acid

D. sweat

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The study of heart is called

A. haematology

B. cardiology

C. pathology

D. nephrology

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The disease Goitre is caused in persons who do not have in their diet sufficient

A. calcium

B. sodium

C. iodine

D. iron

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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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The liver destroys old

A. leucocytes

B. thrombocytes

C. erythrocytes

D. lymphocytes

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Translocation of food takes place in plants through

A. xylem

B. phloem

C. cambium

D. cortex

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The blood without corpuscles is called

A. bile

B. lymph

C. plasma

D. blood

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Blood cancer is otherwise called

A. Leukaemia

B. Leucoderma

C. Leucocytopenia

D. Erythrocemia

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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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The part of the brain in Control of Voluntary muscles is

A. cerebellum

B. medulla oblongata

C. pons

D. cerebrum

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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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Animals that feed only on dead flesh are

A. herbivorous

B. carnivorous

C. omnivorous

D. carrion-eaters

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Dr Khorana's work relates to

A. synthesis of simple DNA

B. genetic code

C. reduction of mutation

D. synthesis of RNA from bacterial cell