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- Question 1 of 50
Aspirin is common name of:
- Question 2 of 50
Small Pox is caused by:
Before smallpox was eradicated, it was a serious infectious disease caused by the variola virus.
- Question 3 of 50
Respiration process requires:
- Question 4 of 50
A vitamin requires cobalt for its activity. The vitamin is:
- Question 5 of 50
Plasma membrane in eukaryotic cells is made up of:
All eukaryotic cells have a surrounding plasma membrane, which is also known as the cell membrane. The plasma membrane is made up of a phospholipid bilayer with embedded proteins that separate the internal contents of the cell from its surrounding environment.
- Question 6 of 50
Which one of the following is also called the ‘power plants’ of the cell?
- Question 7 of 50
In which of the following processes is energy released?
- Question 8 of 50
Animals living in the tree trunks are known as:
Animals that live in the trees are called ‘arboreal’ and they have some amazing adaptations to make the most of their leafy surroundings at every level. Examples of such animals include chameleons, lizards, green tree pythons, tree snails, koalas, squirrels, cats, monkeys, parrots, etc.
- Question 9 of 50
What happens to a person who receives the wrong type of blood?
If a patient receives a blood type that is incompatible, antibodies that the patient already has in his or her blood will attack the donor’s red blood cells (RBC) and destroy them.
- Question 10 of 50
If all bullets could not be removed from gun shot injury of a man, it may cause poisoning by:
Bullets contain lead, and once in body it can cause lead poisoning.
- Question 11 of 50
What type of disease is ringworm?
- Question 12 of 50
Pituitary gland is situated in:
The pituitary gland is located at the base of the brain, behind the bridge of the nose.
- Question 13 of 50
Oxygen which is vital for life is a product of photosynthesis and comes from:
The oxygen released during photosynthesis is from the water. The plants absorb water as well as carbon dioxide during photosynthesis. Later these water molecules are converted into oxygen and sugar. The oxygen is then released into the atmosphere whereas the sugar molecules are stored for energy.
- Question 14 of 50
From which part of the plant is clove, the commonly used spice, obtained?
- Question 15 of 50
Chewing gum is made from:
Chewing gum is a sweetened, flavoured confection composed primarily of latex, both natural and artificial. Organic latex, a milky white fluid produced by a variety of seed plants, is best known as the principle component of rubber.
- Question 16 of 50
The brain of human adult weighs about:
The adult human brain weighs on average about 1.2–1.4 kg which is about 2% of the total body weight.
- Question 17 of 50
Total number of bones in man is:
A baby’s body has about 300 bones at birth. These eventually fuse (grow together) to form the 206 bones that adults have.
- Question 18 of 50
Which of the following snakes killed for its beautiful skin has been declared an endangered species?
- Question 19 of 50
The colour of the eye depends upon the pigment present in:
- Question 20 of 50
The ability of the eye to see in the dark, is due to the production of a purple pigment known as:
- Question 21 of 50
Which of the following statements is true?
- Question 22 of 50
Which of the following animals is dumb?
- Question 23 of 50
The vitamin most readily destroyed by heat is:
- Question 24 of 50
Which one of the following is not a vaccine?
- Question 25 of 50
The disease that is caused by virus is:
- Question 26 of 50
The locomotory organ of ‘Amoeba’ is:
The locomotory organ of Amoeba is Pseudopodia or false feet.
- Question 27 of 50
The number of chromosomes present in normal human being are:
- Question 28 of 50
An instrument for measuring blood pressure is called:
To measure blood pressure, doctor uses an instrument called a sphygmomanometer, which is more often referred to as a blood pressure cuff.
- Question 29 of 50
The term ‘Rh factor’ refers to:
Rhesus (Rh) factor is an inherited protein found on the surface of red blood cells.
- Question 30 of 50
Chocolates can be bad for health because of a high content of:
Nickel was the most abundant toxic metal (max. 12.1. mg/kg in raw cocoa and 4.5. mg/kg in chocolate) and its presence creates a serious risk to children’s health.
- Question 31 of 50
The weight of an average human brain is about:
- Question 32 of 50
The animal which can tolerate more summer heat is:
Goats tend to be less susceptible to heat stress than animals like cow donkey, and buffalo. They can tolerate more summer heat.
- Question 33 of 50
According to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, long necks in giraffes:
- Question 34 of 50
The tissue in man where no cell division occurs after birth is:
- Question 35 of 50
DNA fingerprinting is used to identify the:
DNA fingerprinting is a chemical test that shows the genetic makeup of a person or other living things. It’s used as evidence in courts, to identify bodies, track down blood relatives, and to look for cures for disease.
- Question 36 of 50
The normal cholesterol level in human blood is:
Total cholesterol levels between 180-200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) are considered desirable for adults.
- Question 37 of 50
Which of the following are warm-blooded animals?
- Question 38 of 50
Syrinx is the voice box in:
The syrinx is the vocal organ of birds.
- Question 39 of 50
In a food chain, the solar energy utilized by plants is only:
Plants, on average, capture only about 0.1 percent of the solar energy reaching Earth.
- Question 40 of 50
Which of the following metals causes Itai-Itai disease?
Itai-itai disease is a well-known health hazard induced by cadmium (Cd) that was first reported in the Cd-polluted Jinzu River basin of Toyama Prefecture, Japan.
- Question 41 of 50
In coriander, the useful parts are:
- Question 42 of 50
Which plant is called ‘Herbal Indian Doctor’?
- Question 43 of 50
The pH of human blood is:
The normal pH range of human blood is 7.35 to 7.45. This means that blood is naturally slightly alkaline or basic.
- Question 44 of 50
Which amongst the following is the largest endocrine gland in the body?
Thyroid gland is the largest endocrine gland of our body. It is located in our neck upon the ventral aspect of larynx.
- Question 45 of 50
The noble gas used for the treatment of cancer is:
Radon due to its radioactive nature is used in treatment of cancer (Radiotherapy).
- Question 46 of 50
Saliva helps in the digestion of:
Saliva contains special enzymes that help digest the starches in your food. An enzyme called amylase breaks down starches (complex carbohydrates) into sugars, which your body can more easily absorb. Saliva also contains an enzyme called lingual lipase, which breaks down fats.
- Question 47 of 50
The longest bone in the human body is:
The femur is the longest bone found in the human body. It is almost 19.9 inches long and is commonly known as the thigh bone.
- Question 48 of 50
Red data book gives information about species which are:
The Red Data Book is a public document that is created for recording endangered and rare species of plants, animals, fungi as well as some local subspecies that are present in a particular region. This book is mainly created to identify and protect those species which are on the verge of extinction.
- Question 49 of 50
White lung disease is prevalent among the workers of:
White lung is another name for asbestosis. Asbestosis is an asbestos-related medical condition where the lungs become damaged and scarred because of asbestos fibers. Asbestosis is caused by the prolonged inhalation of asbestos fibres.
- Question 50 of 50
Iodoform is used as an:
Iodoform, also called triiodomethane, a yellow, crystalline solid belonging to the family of organic halogen compounds, used as an antiseptic component of medications for minor skin diseases.