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Vitamins A and C are predominantly present in

A. brinjal

B. lady's finger

C. potato

D. tomato

Correct Answer :

D. tomato


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The blood without corpuscles is called

A. bile

B. lymph

C. plasma

D. blood

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Cancer cells are more easily damaged by radiation than normal cells because they are

A. different in structure

B. non-dividing

C. starved of nutrition

D. undergoing rapid division

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Plant diseases are spread by

A. insects

B. man

C. wind

D. All the above

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Measles is caused by

A. bacteria

B. fungus

C. virus

D. protozoan

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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 muscles of the heart are

A. striated and involuntary

B. striated and voluntary

C. smooth and involuntary

D. smooth and voluntary

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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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Nucleus was first discovered by

A. Porter

B. Robert Brown

C. Palade

D. None of these

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The blood clotting requires the vitamin

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. K

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Oxygen transportation in human body takes place through
1) Blood
2) Lungs
3) Tissue
The correct sequence of transportation is

A. 1, 2 and 3

B. 3, 1 and 2

C. 2, 1 and 3

D. 1,3 and 2

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Best growth of plants is attained if they are supplied with

A. low carbohydrate and high nitrogen

B. high carbohydrate and low nitrogen

C. high carbohydrate and moderate nitrogen

D. equal carbohydrate and nitrogen

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Kangaroo is one of the animals popularly called as

A. egglaying

B. pouched

C. placental

D. Volant

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Organisms that live in the deep sea are mainly

A. Herbivores

B. Carnivores

C. Detritivores

D. None of the above

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Somato Tropic Hormone is concerned with

A. Body growth

B. Metamorphosis

C. Digestion

D. Reproduction

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Gases of Jupiter' are

A. Ammonia, Methane, Hydrogen

B. Sulphur, Urethane, Oxygen

C. Carbon, Phosphorus and Oxygen

D. Nitrogen, Hydrogen and Chlorine

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A biopsy is performed on a patient generally to detect which one of the following?

A. Cancer

B. Tuberculosis

C. Appendicitis

D. Renal failure

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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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Who was the first scientist to use an instrument for biological studies in 1665?

A. Robert Hooke

B. Schwann

C. Schleiden

D. None of the above

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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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A child goes on vomiting profusely and develops symptoms of diarrhoea. Chances are that in the child's blood serum there is a drop In

A. calcium

B. iron

C. sodium

D. phosphorus

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Under the immunisation programme's Govt. of India is providing vaccination to prevent some vaccine-preventable diseases. Which of the following is NOT one of them?

A. Tuberculosis

B. Diphtheria

C. Tetanus

D. Plague

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Blood plasma from which fibrinogen is removed is known as

A. serum

B. blood concentrate

C. lymph

D. antibody component

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Blood pressure is measured by

A. Auxanometer

B. Stethoscope

C. Sphygmomanometer

D. Kaleidoscope

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The involuntary muscles are controlled by the

A. Cerebrum

B. Cerebellum

C. Medulla oblongata

D. Pons

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It Is not advisable to sleep under a tree at night because of release of

A. oxygen in a lesser quantity than the required levels

B. oxygen in large amounts

C. carbon monoxide

D. carbon dioxide

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The grey matter of the brain is so coloured because of the concentration of

A. nerve cells

B. a pigment

C. nerve fibres

D. melanin

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AIDS is caused by the organisms which are

A. bacteria

B. fungi

C. viruses (HTLV III)

D. Protozoa

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Deciduous forests are those with trees

A. that are evergreen

B. that shed leaves periodically

C. that have needle like leaves

D. that have no leaves at all

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The grouping of blood is based on substances called

A. antibodies

B. antigens

C. antitoxin

D. enzymes

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The corn in an underground stem that grows

A. horizontally

B. vertically

C. above the soil

D. obliquely