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Biology - 1

  • 1. Which of the following animals has the longest life spin?

    a 
    Elephant
    b 
    Crocodile
    c 
    Dog
    d 
    Tortoise

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    74.86% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
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  • 2.
    Which animal produces the biggest baby?

    a 
    Camel
    b 
    Lion
    c 
    Elephant
    d 
    Blue whale

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    64.16% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
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  • 3.
    Heart attack occurs due to:

    a 
    Bacterial attack on the heart
    b 
    Stopping of heart beat
    c 
    Lack of blood supply to the heart itself
    d 
    Impairment of heart`s working due to unknown reasons

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    85.96% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 4.
    A Person will have brown eyes, blue eyes or black eyes depending on the particular pigment present in the:

    a 
    Pupil
    b 
    Cornea
    c 
    Iris
    d 
    Choroid

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    49.69% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
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  • 5.
    Which of the following elements is obtained from the sea algae?

    a 
    Argon
    b 
    Sulphur
    c 
    Vanadium
    d 
    Iodine

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    36.77% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
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  • 6.
    Which of the following is the largest living bird/

    a 
    Peacock
    b 
    Ostrich
    c 
    Dodo
    d 
    Turkey

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    84.57% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
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  • 7.
    The causative organism of dengue fever is

    a 
    Fungus
    b 
    Bacteria
    c 
    Protozoa
    d 
    Virus

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    68.52% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
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  • 8.
    Thalassemia is a hereditary disease. It affects

    a 
    Blood
    b 
    Spleen
    c 
    Lungs
    d 
    Heart

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    36.42% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 9.
    Which from the following diseases usually spreads through milk?

    a 
    Tuberculosis
    b 
    Jaundice
    c 
    Diphtheria
    d 
    Cholera

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    21.02% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
    Comment · 2 · 
  • 10.
    Which are the largest fixator of solar energy?

    a 
    Bateria
    b 
    Protozoa
    c 
    Fungi
    d 
    Green plants

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    85.90% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
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  • 11.
    Insects responsible for transmitting diseases are called

    a 
    Vector
    b 
    Transmitter
    c 
    Drones
    d 
    Conductor

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    50.97% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
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  • 12.
    Bleeding of gums and loosening of teeth is caused due to deficiency of

    a 
    Vitamin A
    b 
    Vitamin B
    c 
    Vitamin C
    d 
    Vitamin D

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    61.18% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
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  • 13.
    The body temperature is regulated by__

    a 
    pituitary gland
    b 
    Hypothalamus
    c 
    Pineal gland
    d 
    Thyroid gland

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    43.87% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
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  • 14.
    Triple vaccine is administered to a new born child to immunize it against

    a 
    whooping cough, tetanus and measles
    b 
    whooping cough, tetanus and diphtheria
    c 
    tetanus, diphtheria, measles and rubella
    d 
    tetanus, diphtheria , small pox and rubella

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    29.79% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
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  • 15.
    Which one of the following can be synthesized by liver?

    a 
    Vitamin –A
    b 
    Vitamin –E
    c 
    Vitamin –D
    d 
    Vitamin – K

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    39.72% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
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  • 16.
    Fluid part of blood devoid of corpuscles is called

    a 
    Tissue fluid
    b 
    Plasma
    c 
    Serum
    d 
    Lymph

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    32.59% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 17.
    The language used in writing the scientific name of animals is

    a 
    French
    b 
    Latin
    c 
    German
    d 
    Dutch

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    82.98% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
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  • 18.

    Ripe grapes contain

    a 
    Fructose
    b 
    Sucrose
    c 
    Galactose
    d 
    Glucose
     

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    31.58% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
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  • 19.
    Raja Rao the famous Indian November who died on 8th July 2006. The title of his first novel was

    a 
    Kanthapura
    b 
    the serpent and the rope
    c 
    the chess master and his moves
    d 
    the cat and Shakespeare

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    26.67% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 20.
    The enzyme in whose presence glucose and fructose are converted into alcohol is

    a 
    Diastase
    b 
    Maltase
    c 
    Invertase
    d 
    Zymase

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    34.09% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
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  • 21.
    The study of visceral organs is

    a 
    Angiology
    b 
    Arthrology
    c 
    Anthrology
    d 
    Splanchnology

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    33.06% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 22.
    The study of extinct animals is called

    a 
    Herpetology
    b 
    Ornithology
    c 
    Geology
    d 
    Palaeontology

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    50.38% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
    Comment · 2 · 
  • 23.
    The enzyme that is present in the saliva of man is

    a 
    Pepsin
    b 
    Renin
    c 
    Amylase
    d 
    Trysin

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    66.15% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 24.
    Which one of the following pairs belongs to cartilaginous fish?

    a 
    Shark and Tuna
    b 
    Shark and Ray
    c 
    Stakes and Hilsa
    d 
    Ray and Eel

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    32.79% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
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  • 25.
    Which one of the following is not a true fish?

    a 
    Silver fish
    b 
    saw fish
    c 
    Hammer fish
    d 
    Sucker fish

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    34.65% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
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  • 26.

    Which of the following has no skeleton at all?

    a 
    Star fish
    b 
    sponge
    c 
    jelly fish
    d 
    silver fish
     

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    58.78% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
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  • 27.
    The age of a tree can be determined more or less accurately by

    a 
    counting the number of branches
    b 
    measuring the height of the tree
    c 
    measuring the diameter of the trunk
    d 
    counting number of rings in the trunk

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    78.20% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 28.
    Of all micro-organisms, the most adaptable and versatile are

    a 
    viruses
    b 
    bacteria
    c 
    algae
    d 
    fungi

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    27.56% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
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  • 29.
    Flat footed camels can walk easily in sandy deserts because

    a 
    pressure on the sand is decreased by increasing the area to the surface in contact
    b 
    pressure on the sand is increased by increasing the area to the surface in contact
    c 
    pressure on the sand is decreased by decreasing the area to the surface in contact
    d 
    pressure on the sand is increased by decreasing the area to the surface in contact

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    33.90% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 30.

    In which of the following groups, animals bear no teeth?

    a 
    Peacock, Ostrich, Tortoise
    b 
    Owl, Loris, Crow
    c 
    Alligator,Turtle, tortoise
    d 
    turtle, kiwi, cow
     

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    42.64% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
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  • 31.
    Deficiency of vitamin B6 in man causes

    a 
    rickets
    b 
    scurvy
    c 
    beri-beri
    d 
    anaemia

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    28.23% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
    Comment · 4 · 
  • 32.

    Yellow fever  transplantation was done by

    a 
    Aedes
    b 
    Anopheles
    c 
    House-fly
    d 
    Culex
     

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    18.33% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 33.
    Washing of peeled vegetables removes the vitamin

    a 
    A
    b 
    C
    c 
    D
    d 
    E

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    31.67% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 34.
    A man with colour blindness will see red as

    a 
    yellow
    b 
    blue
    c 
    green
    d 
    violet

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    40.50% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 35.
    Sweat glands in mammals are primarily concerned with

    a 
    removal of excess salts
    b 
    excretion of nitrogenous wastes
    c 
    thermoregulation
    d 
    sex-attraction

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    36.36% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 36.
    The normal RBC count in adult male is

    a 
    5.5 million
    b 
    5.0 million
    c 
    4.5 million
    d 
    4.0 million

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    29.51% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 37.
    Which of the following is the sweetest sugar?

    a 
    sucrose
    b 
    glucose
    c 
    fructose
    d 
    maltose

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    30.47% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 38.
    Dolly, the world`s first cloned animal was a

    a 
    sheep
    b 
    cow
    c 
    goat
    d 
    pig

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    77.17% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 39.

    DNA test was developed by

    a 
    Dr. Alec jeffreys
    b 
    Dr. V.K. Kashyap
    c 
    Watson and crick
    d 
    Gregor Mendel
     

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    22.40% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
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  • 40.
    An ECG shows the functioning of the

    a 
    brain
    b 
    heart
    c 
    lungs
    d 
    kidneys

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    92.19% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 41.
    If the radius of blood vessels of a person decreases his/her blood pressure will

    a 
    increase
    b 
    decrease
    c 
    remain unaffected
    d 
    increase for males and decrease for females

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    63.64% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
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  • 42.
    Cell or tissue death within a living body is called as

    a 
    Neutrophilia
    b 
    Nephrosis
    c 
    Necrosis
    d 
    Neoplasia

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    32.46% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
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  • 43.
    Insufficient blood supply in human body is referred as

    a 
    Ischemia
    b 
    Hyperemia
    c 
    Hemostasia
    d 
    Hemorrhage

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    24.37% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 44.
    BCG immunization is for

    a 
    Measles
    b 
    Tuberculosis
    c 
    Diphtheria
    d 
    Leprosy

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    40.00% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 45.
    Besides carbohydrates, a major source of energy in our food is constituted by

    a 
    Proteins
    b 
    fats
    c 
    minerals
    d 
    vitamins

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    37.90% users answered right
    Correct Answer: b
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 46.
    The limb bones of children become bent if there is deficiency of vitamin

    a 
    A
    b 
    B1
    c 
    D
    d 
    E

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    51.26% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 47.
    A medicine which promotes the secretion of urine is called

    a 
    Adrenaline
    b 
    Monouretic
    c 
    Diuretic
    d 
    Triuretic

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    46.15% users answered right
    Correct Answer: c
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 48.

    The colour of cow`s milk is slightly yellow due to the presence of

    a 
    Xanthophyll
    b 
    Riboflavin
    c 
    Ribulose
    d 
    carotene
     

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    42.15% users answered right
    Correct Answer: d
    Comment · 3 · 
  • 49.
    Plasma membrance in eukaryotic cells is made up of

    a 
    phospholipid
    b 
    lipoprotein
    c 
    phospholipo-protein
    d 
    phosphor-protein

    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    31.86% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
    Comment · 0 · 
  • 50.

    Which one of the following is also called the `kitchen of the cell' ?

    a 
    Chloroplast
    b 
    Mitochondrion
    c 
    ribosome
    d 
    lysosome
    Explanation:
    Subject: 
    GENERAL SCIENCE
    40.94% users answered right
    Correct Answer: a
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