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1). Trisomic Condition of Down’s Syndrome
arises due to:
A. Triploidy
B. Crossing Over
C. Non-disjunction
D. Dicentric bridge formation

2). Which of the following experiments
suggests that living organisms
simplest could not have originated
spontaneously from non-living matter?
A. Meat was not spoiled when heated and kept sealed in a vessel
B. Microbes did not appear in stored meat
C. Microbes appeared from unsterilized organic matter
D. Larvae could appear in decaying organic matter

3). The evolution of similar characters in genetically
unrelated species as they are subjected to similar
environmental selective pressure is
A. Homoplasy
B. Heteroplasy
C. Adaptive radiation
D. Adaptation

4). Given: 1 = natural selection; 2 = variations and their
Inheritance; 3 = survival of the fittest; 4 = struggle for existence.
According to Darwinism, which of the following represents the correct
The sequence of events in the origin of new species?
A. 3,4,1,2
B. 2,3,1,4
C. 1,2,3,4
D. 4,2,3,1

5). The correct sequence of stages in the
The evolution of the modern man(Homo sapiens) is
A. Homo erects, Australopithecus, Neanderthal man, Cro-magnon man, modern man
B. Neanderthal man, Australopithecus, cro-magnon man, homo erectus, modern man
C. Australopithecus, Neanderthal man, Cro-magnon man, Homo erectus, modern man
D. Australopithecus, Homo erectus, Neanderthal man, cro-magnon man, modern man

6). Viral diseases have no cure because
A. Viruses have no cell wall
B. Viruses can multiply repeatedly within the host cell
C. Presence of capsid
D. Viruses Possess no cytoplasm

7). In lac insect the lac is produced from
A. Abdominal Glands
B. Dermal Glands
C. Salivary Glands
D. None of the Above

8). Compare the statements A and B
Statement A: Ranikhet disease is the disease of poultry.
Statement B: It is caused by a virus
Select the Correct description
A. Statement A is wrong and B is correct
B. Both statements A and B are wrong
C. Both statements A and B are correct
D. Statement A is correct and B is wrong

9). Technique of production of monoclonal antibodies was developed by
A. Fredrich Miescher
B. Bentham and Hooker
C. Milstein and Kohler
D. Watson and Crick

10). Smoking addiction is harmful because it produces
polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which cause
A. Cancer
B. Increase in Blood pressure
C. Reduction in Oxyden
D. Retardation of growth of the foetus

11). Asexual reproductive structure of Hydra is
A. Gemmule
B. Bud
C. Conidia
D. None of the above

12). Which one of the following is not a primary egg membrane?
A. Vitelline membrane
B. Albuminous jelly
C. Jelly envelope
D. Zona pellucid

13). Both corpus luteum and macula lutea are
A. Found in human ovaries
B. A source of the hormone
C. Characterized by a yellow colour
D. Contributory in maintaining pregnancy

14). Correct sequence of hormone secretion from
The beginning of menstruation is
A. FSH, Progesterone, Estrogen
B. Estrogen, FSH, Progesterone
C. FSH, Estrogen, Progesterone
D. Estrogen, Progesterone, FSH

15). The process of release of spermatozoa from Sertoli cells
into the cavity of the seminiferous tubule is called
A. Spermiogenesis
B. Spermatogenesis
C. Spermatocytogenesis
D. Spermiation

16). Amniocentesis detects
A. Deformity in brain
B. Deformity in heart
C. Hereditary disease
D. All of these

17). Which of the following statements is the most
appropriate for sickle anaemia?
A. lt cannot be treated with iron supplements
B. lt is a molecular disease
C. it confers resistance to acquiring malaria
D. All of the above

18). A family has 5 daughters. The probability of 6th child being a girl will be
A. 1 in 2
B. 1 in 5
C. 1 in 3
D. 1 in 6

19). Which of the following is sex-linked in human beings?
A. Colour blindness
B. Hepatitis
C. Night blindness
D. Malignancy

20). Sex Chromosome X & Y were discovered by
A. Stevens and Wilson
B. Bridges
C. Mc Clung
D. Henking

21). Which of the following traits is not characteristic of amphibians?
A. Thin, scaleless skin
B. Usually requires water for reproduction
C. Amniote eggs
D. Skin is used as a supplementary respiratory organ.

22). Members of class Reptilia are
A. Homoiothermic and Amniotic
B. Homoiothermic & Anamniotic
C. Poikilothermic and Amniotic
D. Poikilothermic and Anamniotic

23). Kaziranga National Park is situated in
A. Assam
B. Orissa
C. Madhya Pradesh
D. Andhra Pradesh

24). The term Protoplasm was coined by
A. Purkinje
B. Dujardin
C. Hugo van Mohl
D. Robert Hook

25). The cell theory was propounded by
A. Mendel
B. Schleiden and Schwann
C. De Breze
D. Darwin

26). Transcription and translation are normally
Involved in
A. Flow of extrinsic information
B. Multiplication of DNA
C. Synthesis of RNA
D. Flow of intrinsic information

27). An Acidic amino acid is
A. Leucine
B. Lysine
C. Aspartic acid
D. Methionine

28). Flagella of prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells differ in
A. Location in cell and mode of functioning
B. Microtubular organization and type of movement
C. MicroTubular organization and functioning
D. Type of movement and placement in cell

29). Cell recognition and adhesion is facilitated by certain
Components of the cell membrane.
These components are generally
A. Proteins and Lipids
B. Glycoproteins and glycolipids
C. Lipids only
D. Proteins only

30). Golgi apparatus takes part in
A. Carbohydrate synthesis
B. Lipid synthesis
C. Protein synthesis
D. Oxidative phosphorylation

31). “Taxonomy without phylogeny is like bones without
flesh” was remarked by
A. John Hutchinson
B. Takhtajan
C. Oswald Tippo
D. Bentham and Hooker

32). What is universal for sponges?
A. Marine
B. Calcareous spicules
C. Radial symmentry
D. High regenerative power

33). The mesogloea is
A. Party cellular and partly fibrous
B. Neither cellular nor fibrous
C. Only fibrous
D. Cellular

34). When cysticerci are present in pork it is called
A. Cysticercosis
B. Bladder worm
C. Hydatid cyst
D. Measly pork

35). The roundworm can be called specialized and not
degenerate with reference to parasitism because
A. It has a thick cuticle over its body which is resistant to the digestive juice of the host
B. It has a straight and uncoiled alimentary canal
C. Respiratory organs are absent
D. It is dioecious

36). Nephridia of earthworm are analogous to
A. Trachea of insects
B. Gills of prawn
C. Nematoblasts of Hydra
D. Flame cells of Dugesia

37). What is common between silverfish,
Scorpion, crab and honey bee?
A. Compound eye
B. Poison gland’
C. Jointed legs
D. Metamorphosis

38). Among the following, an unmatched group is
A. Sea pen, sea fan, coral and swimming bell
B. Cuttle fish, shell fish, devil fish and squid
C. Sea star, sea urchin, sea anemone and sea cow
D. Globe fish, rat fish, gold fish and pipe fish

39). Autotomy is observed in
A. Feather star
B. Starfish
C. Sea Cucumber
D. Starfish and Feather Star

40). The heart of fishes is called venous or branchial heart because
A. The heart sends blood to veins
B. The heart contains only non aerated venous blood
C. The heart contains only aerated venous blood
D. The heart sends aerated blood to gills

41). Which of the following is Lucas reagent?
A. ZnCl2/con HCL
B. Br2/CCL4
C. Ammoniacal silver nitrate
D. Cold Alkaline KMnO4

42). Which one of the following compounds converts
Methyl magnesium Iodide to methane in one step?
A. C2H4
B. C2H5CL
C. C2H5OC2H5
D. C2H5OH

43). The enthalpy of fusion of water is 1.435 kcal/mol.
The molar entropy change for the melting of ice at 0 0C is
A. 5.260cal/(molK)
B. 0.526cal/(molK)
C. 10.52cal/(molK)
D. 21.04cal/molK)

44). Substance which is used to bring down the temperature
in high fever condition are called
A. Antiseptics
B. Anti-Inflammatory
C. Anti-bodies
D. Antipyretics

45). The density (in gmL”1) of a 3.60 M sulphuric acid
the solution that is 29% H2SO4(molar mass=98 g mol-1) by mass will be
A. 1.64
B. 1.88
C. 1.22
D. 1.95

46). In the equation of state of an ideal gas PV=n RT, the value of the
Universal gas constant would depend only on
A. The nature of the gas
B. The pressure of the gas
C. The units of the measurement
D. None of the above

47). The value of ∆H and S of a certain reaction is
-400 kj mol-1 and -20 kj Mol-1 K-1 respectively.
The temperature below which the reaction is spontaneous is
A. 200K
B. 200c
C. 1000K
D. 1200C

48). XeF2 is isostructural with
A. ICl2-
B. SbCl3
C. BaCl2
D. TeF2

49). What amount of dioxygen (in gram) contains 1.8 1022 molecules?
A. 0.0960
B. 0.960
C. 9.60
D. 96.0

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50). 10g of hydrogen and 64g of oxygen were filled in a
steel vessel and exploded. The amount of water produced in
this reaction will be
A. 1mol
B. 2mol
C. 3mol
D. 4mol

51). What is the quantity of electricity (in coulombs)
required to deposit all the silver from
250ml of 1 M AgNO3 solution? (Ag=108)
A. 2412.5
B. 24125
C. 4825.0
D. 48250

52). How many EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid)
molecules are required to make an
octahedral complex with a Ca2+ ion?
A. Six
B. Three
C. One
D. Two

53). Which of the following types of metals from
The most efficient catalysts?
A. Alkaline earth metals
B. Transition metals
C. Alkali metals
D. All of the above

54). The solubility of Ca3(PC4)2 in water is
Y moles/litre. Its solubility product is
A. 6y4
B. 36y4
C. 64y5
D. 108y5

55). Which of the following is not permissible?
A. n=4, I=3, m=0
B. n=4, I=2, m=1
C. n=4, I=4, m=1
D. n=4, I=0, m=0

56). What should be the correct IUPAC name for
diethylbromomethane?
A. 1-Bromo-I, I-diethylmethane
B. 3-Bromopentane
C. 1-Bromo-I-ethypropane
D. 1-Bromopentane

57). Chlorobenzene is formed by the reaction of chlorine
with benzene in the presence of AlCl3.
Which of the following species attacks the
benzene ring in this reaction?
A. Cl-
B. Cl+
C. Alcl3
D. [AlCl4]-

58). Which of the following statements about primary
Amines are ‘False’?
A. Alkylamines are stronger bases than aryl amines
B. Alkyl amines react with nitrous acid to produce alcohols
C. Aryl amines are stronger bases than ammonia
D. Aryl amines react with nitrous acid to produce nitroarenes

59). The correct order of decreasing acid strength of
Tricholoroacetic acid (A), acetic aicd (B) and formic acid (C) is
A. A>B>C
B. A>C>B
C. B>A>C
D. B>C>A

60). In which of the following reactions new
carbon-carbon bond is formed
A. Cannizzaro reaction
B. Wurtz reaction
C. Aldol condensation
D. Friedel-Crafts reaction

61). Which one of the following is a covalent crystal?
A. Ice
B. Rock Salt
C. Dry salt
D. Quartz

62). 2 gm of a radioactive sample having half
life of 15 days was synthesized on 1st Jan 2017.
The amount of the sample left behind on
1st Mar 2017 (Including both the days)
A. 1gm
B. 0.5gm
C. 0gm
D. 0.125gm

63). The rate law for a reaction between the substances
A and B is given by Rate=K [A]n[B]m.
on doubling the concentration of B,
The ratio of the new rate to the earlier rate of reaction will be
A. m+n
B. n+m
C. 2(n-m)
D. I/(2m+n)

64). Bond order of the following molecules is zero?
A. F2
B. O2
C. Be2
D. Li2

65). For the adsorption phenomenon,
A. ∆H = +ve, ∆S = -ve
B. ∆H = -ve, ∆S = +ve
C. ∆H = -ve, ∆S = -ve
D. ∆H = +ve, ∆S = +ve

66). Heterosis is
A. Phenotypic expression of mutations
B. Method of including mutations
C. Superiority of hybrids over their parents
D. A plant Disease

67). Which of the following chemical is mostly
used for protoplast fusion:
A. Polyethene glycol
B. Sodium acetate
C. Sodium chloride
D. Sorbitol

68). The carting capacity of the population is determined by:
A. Growth rate of population
B. Limiting resources
C. Mortality
D. Natality

69). The biogeochemical cycle which is not gaseous is:
A. Phosphorous cycle
B. Carbon cycle
C. Sulphur cycle
D. Nitrogen cycle

70). Conservation within natural habitat is:
A. In-situ conservation
B. Ex-situ conservation
C. In-vitro conservation
D. Micropropagation

71). If a cell is placed in a sugar solution and no
change occurs in it, the external solution is:
A. Isotonic
B. Hypertonic
C. Hypotonic
D. Colloidal

72). In angiosperms, translocation of sugar occurs in the form of:
A. Sucrose
B. Starch
C. Lactose
D. Glucose

73). Which of the following plant hormone
stimulates growth in internodes?
A. Auxins
B. Gibberellins
C. Cytokinin
D. Abscisic acid

74). Embryo sac develops from:
A. Microspore
B. Megaspore
C. Zygote
D. Funiculus

75). Formation of seedless fruits is called:
A. Parthenocarpy
B. Parthenogenesis
C. Fertilization
D. Geitonogamy

76). The ratio of tall plants in a cross between
heterozygous tall plants and dwarf plants will be:
A. 50%
B. 25%
C. 75%
D. 100%

77). Codon is made up of:
A. Singel nucleotide
B. Two nucleotides
C. Three nucleotides
D. Four nucleotides

78). The enzyme which joins Okazaki fragments is
A. DNA ligase
B. DNA polymerase II
C. RNA polymerase
D. Reverse transcriptase

79). Cheese is produced by:
A. Fermentation
B. Hydrolysis
C. Dehydration
D. All of the above

80). Ethanol is commercially produced by using species of :
A. Alternaria
B. Candida
C. Saccharomyces
D. Puccinia

81). Which of the following are called stone cells?
A. Sclereids
B. Parenchyma
C. Collenchymas
D. Chlorenchyma

82). Which of the following is not correct?
A. Diffusion is a passive process
B. No energy expenditure occurs during diffusion
C. Diffusion is dependent on the living system
D. Diffusion rates are affected by gradient of concentration

83). Which of the following is correct for active transport?
A. It does not require special
B. It is not selective
C. It operates without using energy
D. It results in uphill transport

84). How many electrons are released from water
to release one molecule of oxygen during photosynthesis
A. Four
B. Six
C. Two
D. One

85). Apical dominance occurs due to:
A. Auxins
B. Cytokinins
C. Gibberellins
D. Abscisic acid

86). The innermost layer of anther is
A. Endothecium
B. Exothecium
C. Tapetum
D. Stomium

87). When pistils are fused together, it is called
A. Syncarpous
B. Apocarpous
C. Multicarpellary
D. Monocarpellary

88). To identify whether an organism exhibiting a
dominant trait is homozygous or heterozygous
for a specific allele, which cross is performed?
A. Dihybrid cross
B. Test cross
C. Back cross
D. Back cross
E. None of the above

89). Cork cambium is also called
A. Phellem
B. Phelloderm
C. Periderm
D. Phellogen

90). The force which exists between the walls of
xylem vessels and water is:
A. Adhesion
B. Cohesion
C. Surface tension
D. Capillary force

91). The correct sequence in taxonomic classification is:
A. Class-family-order-genus-species
B. Class-order-family-genus-species
C. Order-family-class-genus-species
D. Class-family-order-genus-species

92). Heterotrophic fungi which absorb soluble
organic matter from dead substrates are called
A. Saprophytes
B. Parasites
C. Symbionts
D. Autotrophs

93). Name ‘virus’ was coined by
A. Huxley
B. Robert Hook
C. Lvanowsky
D. Beijernick

94). Viroid consists of:
A. DNA
B. RNA
C. Carbohydrate
D. Protein

95). Food is stored as mannitol and laminarin in
A. Rhodophyceace
B. Chlorophyceace
C. Phaeophyceace
D. Chlamydomonas

96). Which of the following statements regarding
bryophytes are not correct?
A. The main body of bryophyte is haploid
B. Antheridia develop on the main body
C. The main body is sporophyte
D. Sporophyte draws nutrition from the gametophyte

97). In mosses protonema is
A. The last stage of gametophyte
B. The first stage of gametophyte
C. The leafy stage of moss
D. Does not exist in the moss life cycle

98). Diplontic life cycle is present in:
A. Gymnosperms
B. Angiosperms
C. Volvox
D. Both ‘1’ and ‘2’

99). Fascicular vascular cambium is
A. A lateral meristem
B. Apical meristem
C. Also called cork cambium
D. A permanent tissue

100). Which of the following are living cells?
A. Vessels
B. Tracheids
C. Xylem fibres
D. Xylem parenchyma

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