Biology/Biology 2019 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question: 32 - celled stage of human embryo is

1.Four times the size of fertilised egg

2. Two times the size of fertilised egg

3.Same size as fertilised egg

4.Smaller than fertilised egg


Question: 3rd and 9th cranial nerve is

1.Optic and trigeminal

2.Trochlear and vagus

3.Oculomotor and glossopharyngeal

4.None of the above


Question: 7th and 1st cranial nerves are..

1.Facial and olfactory

2.Optic and olfactory

3.Auditory and olfactory

4.Aaccessory and olfactory


Question: Action of adrenaline

1.Increased systolic blood pressure

2.Decrease the secreation of sweat

3.Decreased in red blood cell count in blood

4.Decreased activity of brain


Question: Afferent neuron are-

1.Sensory neuron

2.Motor neuron

3.Inter neuron

4.Bipolar neuron


Question: All plastids have similar structure because they can

1.Store starch lipids and proteins

2.Perform same function

3.Be present together

4.Get transformed from one type to another


Question: Aplasia is --

1.The kidney may be under development

2.The kidney may be over development

3.Incomplete development of a kidney tissue

4.The two kidney may form one mass lying in the midline.


Question: Applied aspect of olfactory

1.Anosmia-loss of sense of smell

2.Anopsia-loss of the vision

3.Diplopia- double vision

4.Loss of sensation of touch


Question: Arytenoid cartilage occurs in

1.Larynx

2.Nose

3.Hyoid

4.Sternum


Question: Blood supply of kidney

1.Renal arteries

2.Coronary artery

3.Carotid artery

4.Facial artery


Question: Book lungs are respiratory structures of

1.Mollusca

2.Mammals

3.Earthworms

4.None of the above


Question: Cerebellum is develop from the..

1.Myelencephalon

2.Metencepahlon

3.Telenchepalon

4.Mesencephalon


Question: Choose the correct statement

1.All proteins have 20 amino acids

2.Both ends of protein are similiar

3.Proteins are formed by peptide bonds

4.All proteins are soluble


Question: Chromosomes are visible with chromatid in phase

1.Prophase

2.Metaphase

3.Interphase

4.Anaphase


Question: Composition of cell membrane

1.Protein(55%),lipids(20%),carbohydrates(25%)

2.Protein (55%) , lipids (40), carbohydrates (5%)

3.Protein(40%), lipids(55%),carbohydrates (5)%

4.Protien(40%), lipids (43%), carbohydrates (17%)


Question: Crossing over requires an enzyme

1.Ligase

2.Polymerase

3.Endonuclease

4.None of the above


Question: Cytokinesis is

1.Division of nucleus

2.Divisions of chromosomes

3.Division of cytoplasm

4.None of the above


Question: DOPAMINE..

1.Decrease in heart rate via beta receptor

2.Is secreted by adrenal medulla

3.Decreased in systolic blood pressure

4.All of the above


Question: Duramater is a covering of

1.Heart

2.Brain

3.Lungs

4.None of the above


Question: Extra structure which provides nutrition to embryo is

1.Umbilicus

2.Chorion

3.Amnion

4.Placenta


Question: Extra-embryonic membranes of mammalian embryo are derived from

1.Trophoblast

2.Inner cell mass

3.Formative cell

4.Follicle cells


Question: Factor necessary for haemoglobin

1.Copper, vitaminC

2.Cobalt and nickel

3.VitaminC

4.All of the above


Question: Folding of inner mitochondrial membrane are called

1.Thylakoids

2.Grana

3.Cristae

4.None of the abov


Question: Formation of CSF-

1.100ml/hour

2.200ml/hour

3.300ml/hour

4.400ml/hour


Question: Function of bile..

1.Absorptive function

2.Antiseptic function

3.Digestion function

4.All of the above


Question: Function of blood

1.Storage function

2.Excretory function

3.Regulation of water balance

4.All of the above


Question: Function of gall bladder

1.Storage of bile

2.Alteration of pH of bile

3.Secretion of bile

4.A and B are correct


Question: Function of protein bindin in acrosomal process is to

1.Ensure fertilisation of egg by a sperm of same species

2.Severe the sperm tail

3.Prevent polyspermy

4.Digest vitelline layer


Question: Function of vagus nerve

1.Hearing

2.Movement of tongue during speech

3.Muscle sense

4.Smooth muscle contraction and relaxation


Question: Functions of cell membrane

1.The cell membrane permits only some selective substances to pass through it

2.Excretory function

3.Oxygen enters the cell from the cell through cell membrane

4.All of the above


Question: Functions of olfactory

1.Vision

2.Turn eye ball

3.Smell

4.Muscle sense


Question: How many types of cells are present in the blood

1.Three types

2.Two types

3.Four types

4.One types


Question: Hypocapnea is

1.Decrease carbon di oxide content in blood

2.Increase carbon dioxide content in blood

3.Decrease oxygen content in blood

4.Increase oxygen content in blood


Question: In which of the following in which the iron in the heme group is in the Fe 3+ (ferric) state?

1.Oxyhaemoglobin

2.Methaemoglobin

3.Carbaminohaemoglobin

4.Haemoglobin without oxygen


Question: Lateral border of kidney is

1.Flat

2.Convex

3.Concave

4.None of the above


Question: Limbic system controls

1.Food habits

2.Emotional behaviour

3.Retention of recent memory

4.All of the above


Question: Liver is the.

1.Largest gland

2.Vital organ

3.Organ where maximum heat is produced

4.All of the above


Question: Maximum amount 70 -75% of carbon dioxide transport occurs as

1.Bicarbonate

2.Dissolved in plasma

3.Carbaminohaemoglobin complex

4.None of the above


Question: Medulla develop from the

1.Myelencephalon

2.Diencephalon

3.Mesencephalon

4.None of the above


Question: Motor nerves are

1.3rd-4th-6th

2.1st-2nd-3rd

3.1st-2nd-8th

4.5th-9th-10th


Question: Natural sink of stratospheric ozone is

1.HCFC

2.Sulphur dioxide

3.Freons

4.Sulphuric fluxes of oceans


Question: Normal pH of bile

1.08-8.6

2.9-10

3.1-0.5

4.02-04


Question: Omnis cellula e cellula is generalisation given by

1.Lamarck

2.Dutrochet

3.Virchow

4.Leeuwenhoek


Question: On hydrolysis, nucleoside does not yield

1.Phosphoric acid

2.Pentose sugar

3.Pyramidine

4.Purines


Question: P.N.S is madeup of:

1.Cranial and spinal nerves

2.Spinal cord

3.Brain

4.All of the above


Question: Phase of menstrual cycle when ovulation occurs in

1.Secretory

2.Menstrual

3.Proliferative

4.Luteal


Question: Pleura is

1.Largest serous membrane of the body,lining in the abdominal cavity

2.Serous membrane which is lined by mesothelium

3.Situated in closed sac which is invaginated by a number of viscera

4.Both B and C are correct.


Question: Polar body is produced during the formation of

1.Sperm

2.Secondary oocyte

3.Oogonium

4.Spermatocytes


Question: Prostate gland produces a secretion for

1.On kidney

2.Testis

3.Around urethra

4.On Ureter


Question: Purkinje fibres are connected with impulse conducting system of

1.Heart

2.Brain

3.Skin

4.Kidney nephrons


Question: Read the following statements: (i) The polysaccharides made up of glucose monomers are cellulose, glycogen and starch. (ii) Fructose is the sweetest natural sugar. (iii) Glycine is the simplest ami

1.Five

2.Four

3.Three

4.Two


Question: Release of pancreatic juice on detection of fat and protein is stimulated by

1.Enterokinase

2.Cholecystokinin

3.Secretin

4.Trypsinogen


Question: Release of second polar body from human egg occurs

1.After fertilization

2.After entry of sperm

3.Before sperm entry

4.No relation with sperm entry


Question: Renewable exhaustible natural resource of energy is

1.Biomass/forest

2.Coal

3.Petroleum

4.Kerosene


Question: Sacral nerves are the types of:

1.Spinal nerves

2.Cranial nerves

3.Both A&B

4.None of the above


Question: Segregation of mendelian factors (Aa) occurs during

1.Zygotene

2.Diplotene

3.Anaphase I

4.Anaphase II


Question: Sertoli cells occur in

1.Ovaries and secrete progesterone

2.Seminiferous tubules and provide nutrition to germ cells

3.Pancreas and secrete cholecystokinin

4.Adrenal cortex and secrete adrenaline


Question: Situation of cervical plexus...

1.Each side of the neck alongside the first four cervical vertebrae

2.Left side of the neck alongside the first three cervical vertebrae

3.Right side of neck alongside the first four cervical vertebrae

4.Left side of neck alongside the first five vertebrae


Question: Situation of urinary bladder in males

1.Is is anterior to the vagina and inferior to the uterus

2.It is directly anterior to the rectum

3.Epigastrium

4.None.


Question: Sound becomes hazardous noise pollution level

1.Above 30dB

2.Above 40 dB

3.Above 100dB

4.Above 80dB


Question: Species of Saccharum originally grown in India was

1.S. boulardii

2.S.munja

3.S. officinarum

4.S.barberi


Question: Specific gravity of bile

1.1050 to 1080

2.1010 to 1011

3.1100 to 1110

4.1010 to 1080


Question: Spinal nerves are

1.32 pairs

2.31 pairs

3.33 pairs

4.34 pairs


Question: Structural classification of neurons

1.Multipolar, bipolar, unipolar

2.Sensory and motor neurons

3.Inter neurons

4.Bipolar and unipolar neurons


Question: The 7th clotting factor is

1.Stable factor

2.Hegman factor

3.Christmas factor

4.Stuart factor


Question: The abnormal increase in red blood cell is called

1.Anaemia

2.Polycythemia

3.Leucopenia

4.Leukopoiesis


Question: The brain is madeup of about

1.10 billion neurons

2.100 millions neurons

3.100 billions neurons

4.10 million neurons


Question: The changes which occur in vagina during pregnancy are:

1.The pH in vagina become more than 3.5

2.Deposition of glycogen decreased in the epithelial cells

3.Violet colouration occur due to increased blood supply

4.All of the above


Question: The correct statement is

1.The red blood cells increases slightly after sleep

2.There is a slightly decreased in the red blood cell count after meals.

3.The increased in the atmospheric temperature increases red blood cell count

4.All of the above


Question: The diameter of ribosomes are

1.17 nm

2.15nm

3.12nm

4.18nm


Question: The function of abducent is

1.Vision

2.Smell

3.Eyeball movement

4.Secretion of saliva


Question: The hormone adrenaline is formed from __________ amino acids

1.Glycine

2.Alanine

3.Tryptophan

4.Tryosine


Question: The ninth clotting factor

1.Hegman factor

2.Christmas factor

3.Stuart factor

4.Stable factor


Question: The piamater is

1.Outer layer

2.Middle layer

3.Inner layer

4.None of the above


Question: The specific gravity of blood :

1.1.052 to 1.061

2.1.092 to 1.101

3.1.022 to 1.026

4.None of the above


Question: The weight of kidney in males

1.125gm

2.170 gm

3.150gm

4.135gm


Question: Thoracic duct is associated with

1.Innominate vein

2.Aorta

3.Hepatic duct

4.Purkinje fibres


Question: Thoracic nerves are:

1.1 pairs

2.12 pairs

3.5 pairs

4.8 pairs


Question: Total oxygen that can be carried by blood in

1.1000-1200ml

2.2000-3000ml

3.130-200ml

4.75-100ml


Question: Trigeminal is a

1.2nd spinal nerve

2.4th spinal nerve

3.4th cranial nerve

4.5th cranial nerve


Question: Tunica albuginea is related to

1.Liver

2.Spleen

3.Lungs

4.None of the above


Question: Types of acquired immunity

1.Cellular and humoral immunity

2.Innate and cellular immunity

3.Humoral and innate immunity

4.None of the above


Question: Urinary system includes a pair of

1.Kidney, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra

2.Kidney, ureters, urinary bladder , spleen and urethra

3.Urinary bladder, spleen, urethra

4.All of the above


Question: Urinometer is used for the analysis of _____ in urine.

1.Albumin

2.Specific gravity

3.Urea

4.Volume


Question: UV radiations from sunlight produces

1.Sulphur di oxide

2.Ozone

3.CO

4.None of the above


Question: Vitamin B12 is called

1.Cynocobalamin

2.Antipernicious factor

3.Extrinsic factor

4.A and B are correct


Question: Water blooms are formed by

1.Lemna

2.Hydrilla

3.Water hyacinth

4.Planktonic algae


Question: Water pollution is due to

1.Sulphur dioxide

2.Carbon dioxide

3.Oxygen

4.Industrial discharges


Question: Water protects organism from thermal shock due to its high

1.Thermal conductivity

2.Dielectric constant

3.Latent heat

4.All of the above


Question: Weight of cerebellum is:

1.120gm

2.200gm

3.150gm

4.220gm


Question: Where is protein digestion accomplished

1.Stomach

2.Rectum

3.Duodenum

4.Ileum


Question: Which is most ionising

1.X-rays

2.Y-rays

3.Alfa rays

4.None of the above


Question: Which is not a accessory digestive organ

1.Teeth

2.Liver

3.Pancreas

4.Spleen


Question: Which is not a type of antibodies

1.IgA

2.IgD

3.IgF

4.IgM


Question: Which of the following element is present in very less quantity in the body

1.Ca

2.Mg

3.K

4.Cu


Question: Which of the following statements is false about age pyramids?

1. The shape of the pyramids reflects the growth status of the population.

2.If in an age pyramid, post reproductive individuals are minimum, it will be

3.For human population, the age pyramids generally show age distribution of m

4. In declining population, the number of pre-reproductive individuals is hig


Question: Which one are granulocytes.

1. Neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils

2. Basophils, monocytes, lymphocytes

3. Eosinophils, basophils, monocytes

4.Neutrophis, basophilis, lymphocytes


Question: Which one is produced by mesoderm?

1.Heart and notochord

2.Heart and brain

3.Brain

4.Spinal cord


Question: Which one of the following types organisms occupy more than one trophic level in a ecosystem

1.Frog

2.Fish

3.Zooplankton

4.None.


Question: Which organelle is present only in plants

1.Lysosome

2.Peroxisome

3.Glyoxysome

4.Ribosome