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711. Genetic Engineering belongs to the science of ——:
(a) Biology (b) Zoology (c) Botany (d) Bio-technology

712. The fat content of cow milk is reduced during:
(a)Rainy season (b) Winter (c) Summer (d) Pregnancy

713. The state of animal dormancy during summer:
(a)Aestivation (b) Hibernation (c) Venation (d) Migration

714. In human body the structure to which appendix is attached:
(a)Liver (b) Small intestine (c) Large intestine (d) Pancreas

715. In mammals, the embryo develops within the specialised part of the oviduct known as:
(a)Ovisac (b) Yolk sac (c) Vagina (d) Uterus

716. The hormone which regulates Calcium and Phosphate in human body:
(a)Parathyroid hormone(b) Insulin (c) Glucagon (d) ADH

717. A skin softener used in cosmetics, obtained from sheep is:
(a)Castor oil (b) Lonolin (c) Olive oil (d) None of these

718. The terms hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia are related to which among the following?
(a)Body fat (b) Blood sugar (c) Metabolism of sugar galactose (d) Respiration

719. Skin works as a respiratory organ in which of the following organisms?
(a)Cockroach (b) Frog (c) Whale (d) Dog Fish

720. Presence of which among the following salts in water causes ‘blue baby syndrome’?
(a)Sulphate (b) Chlorides (c) Carbonates (d) Nitrates

721. Schizophernia is an example of:
(a)Allergy (b) Mental illness (c) Degenerative disease (d) Contagious disease

722. The web of the spiders made up of:
(a)Carbohydrates and proteins (b) Polysacchirides (c) Proteins (d) Lipids

723. Bile is secreted by which of the following cells?
(a)Brown fat cells (b) Hepatocytes (c) Lymphocytes (d) Somatocytes

724. Blood plasma with which among the following is called serum?
(a)Thrombin (b) Fibrin (c) Fibrinogen (d) Collagen

7725. The acid present in nucleic acid is:
(a) Phosphoric acid (b) Nitric acid (c) Benzoic acid (d) Sulphuric acid

726. A goitre is also called:
(a)Bronchocele (b) Larynx (c) Thalassemia (d) Hypoglycemia

727. In polar tundra region which animal is used to get fur by nomadic eskimos?
(a)Panda (b) Bear (c) Walrus (d) Caribou

728. Fatigue is caused because of the formation and depositing of which among the following acids in muscle?
(a)Lactic acid (b) Citric acid (c) Pyruvic acid (d) Acetic acid

729. The pigment melanin predominates in:
(a)Light blond hair (b) Deep black hair (c) Grey hair (d) Brown hair

730. Which among following sugars is maximum in honey?
(a)Maltose (b) Fructose (c) Sucrose (d) Glucose

731. Which Vitamin contains a metal ion?
(a)Vitamin A (b) Vitamin B12 (c) Vitamin K (d) Vitamin B2

732. While using sphigmomanometer, the blood pressure of _____ is measured.
(a)Median artery (b) Auxiliary artery (c) Brachial artery (d) Radial artery

733. Other than hearing, the ear acts as a organ of:
(a)Memory (b) Secretion (c) Excretion (d) Balance

734. Which organ has the highest power of regeneration?
(a)Intestine (b) Pancreas (c) Lungs (d) Liver

735. White blood corpuscles in the body have a diameter approximately:
(a)0.7 mm (b) 0.07 mm (c) 0.007 mm (d) 0.0007 mm
711 (d)
713 (a)
714 (c)


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