General Science/General Science MCQ Questions Set -7 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
A homogeneous mixture is also called

1.Compound

2.Pure substance

3.Solution

4.None of the above


Question:
A lunar eclipse occurs when

1.The Sunthe Earth and the Moon are in a straight line

2.The Moonand The Earth are in a straight line

3.The Sun and the Earth are in a straight kine

4.The Sun and the Moon are in a straight line


Question:
A universal recipient blood group belongs to

1.O

2.A

3.B

4.AB


Question:
Activation of the receptors by stimuli is called

1.Perception

2.Habituation

3.Adaptation

4.Sensation


Question:
All the organisms on your campus make up

1.a community

2.a group

3. an ecosystem

4.None of the above


Question:
Charaka Samhita was a work on

1.Astrology

2.Law

3.Medicine

4.Religion


Question:
Climatology is a subspecialty of

1.meteorology

2.environmental science

3.oceanography

4.marine biology


Question:
Cold foods should be kept at a temperature of

1.< 5 deg Celcius

2.> 18 deg Celcius

3.> 41 deg Celcius

4.< -18 deg Celcius


Question:
Crop rotation helps to

 

1.eliminate parasites which have selective hosts

2.lessen use of pesticides

3.produce a greater choice of plant products

4.yield more crops


Question:
ElectronProtonNeutron discovered by

1. J. J. ThomsonErnest Rutherford & James Chadwick

2.John DaltonJ.J. Thomson & Neils Bohr

3.Neils BohrJohn Dalton & J.J. Thomson

4.None of the above


Question:
Exercise is a subset of physical activity that is

1.Repetative

2.Planned

3.Structured

4. All of the above


Question:
For a thirsty persondrinking water serves to reduce

1.an instinct

2.the set point

3.basal metabolic rate

4.a drive


Question:
From where do most producers get energy?

1.plants

2.sun

3.water

4. All of the above


Question:
Glass is made of the mixture of

1.sand and silicates

2.quartz and sand

3.mica and quartz

4.mica and silicates


Question:
In C3 plants the conservation of water promotes

1.Photosynthesis

2.The opening of stomata

3.Photorespiration

4.None of the above


Question:
Lipids are insoluble in water because lipids are

1.Hydrophobic

2. Zwitter ions

3.Hydrophylic

4.Neutral


Question:
Most organic compounds contain carbon and

1.Hydrogen

2.Nitrogen

3.Potassium

4.All of the above


Question:
One who collects coins as hobby

 

1.Numismatist

2.Philatelist

3.Statistician

4.Ornithologist


Question:
Plant cell walls consist mainly of

1.Chitin

2.peptidoglycan

3.cellulose

4.chlorophyll


Question:
Proteins are made where in the cell

1.Cytoplasm

2.Chromosomes

3.Nucleus

4.Ribosomes


Question:
Pulses are a good source of

1.Proteins

2.Fats

3.Vitamins

4.Carbohydrates


Question:
The amount of water vapor in the air is called

1.Saturated air

2.Precipitation

3.Humidity

4.Capacity


Question:
The central principle of physiology is

 

1.reflexes

2.homeostasis

3.stimulation

4.temperature regulation


Question:
The chief constituent of gobar gas is

1.Methane

2.Carbon dioxide

3.Ethane

4.Hydrogen


Question:
The concrete slump recommended for beams and slabs -

1.45 to 75 mm

2.50 to 100 mm

3.25 to 45 mm

4.30 to 125 mm


Question:
The gaseous form of water is called

1.Methane

2.Water vapour

3.Humidity

4.Propane


Question:
The hot holding temperature for potentially hazardous foods must be

1.not less than 60 deg

2.less than 60 deg

3.less than 5 deg

4.None of the above


Question:
The molten material mixed with eases in the mantle of the Earth is called:

1.Magma

2.Helium

3.Core

4.Lava


Question:
The most abundant gas in the atmosphere is

1.Nitrogen

2.Argon

3.Oxygen

4.Helium


Question:
What colors make green?

 

 

1.Blue & Red

2.Red & White

3.Yellow & Red

4.Yellow & Blue


Question:
What gas makes up most of the atmosphere?

1.Oxygen

2.Helium

3.Nitrogen

4.Carbondioxide


Question:
What is a single celled organism called

1.protoctists

2.chromosomes

3.unicellular

4.bicellular


Question:
What is it called when you can't hear?

1.Deaf

2.Dumb

3.Mute

4.Blind


Question:
What is the lowest layer of the atmosphere called as

1.Ionosphere

2.Thermosphere

3.Troposphere

4.Mesosphere


Question:
What is the major source of dietary sulfur?

1.Proteins

2.Carbohydrates

3.Mineral salts

4.All of the above


Question:
What is the resolution of the human eye?

1.576 MP

2.488 MP

3.360 MP

4.285 MP


Question:
What is the study of flags called

1.Vexillology

2.Vexillography

3.Vexology

4.None of the above


Question:
When driving in reverse you should

1.Unbuckle your seat belt so you can reverse as quickly as possible

2.Take care and never reverse for a greater distance and time than is necessary

3.Put your hazard warning lights on and perform the manoeuvre as quickly as possible to minimise danger

4.Sound your horn to warn other drivers


Question:
Which energy source generates radioactive waste?

1.Nuclear power

2.Thermal power

3.Hydel power

4.All of the above


Question:
Which is a density independent factor in controlling a population?

1.Food shortage

2.Disease

3.Floods

4. All of the above


Question:
Which nutrient provides maximum energy?

1.Fats

2.Carbohydrates

3.Proteins

4.None of the above


Question:
Which of the following is a chemical property?

1.Reactivity

2.Solubility

3.Density

4.All of the above


Question:
Which of the following is a projective test?

1.Thematic apperception test

2.Rorschach's ink blot test

3.Sentence completion test

4. All of the above


Question:
Which of the following is the lowermost layer of the Atmosphere?

 

1.Troposphere

2.Mesosphere

3.Thermosphere

4.Exosphere


Question:
Which of the following statements describes the glycemic index of foods?

1. the extent to which a given food raises blood glucose and insulin levels

2.the amount of insulin required to metabolize 100 grams of glucose

4. the glucose content of a given food


Question:
Which of these is an example of negative feedback?

1.After you eatinsulin stimulates the lowering of blood sugar levels.

2. Once labor beginscontractions increase in frequency and intensity.

3. After you eatglucagon stimulates an increase in blood sugar levels.

4.As a blood clot begins to formthe process of its formation gets faster and faster.


Question:
Which planet is known as the Morning Star or the Evening Star?

1.Jupiter

2.Venus

3.Mercury

4.Saturn


Question:
Which process removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere?

1.Combustion

2.Photosynthesis

3.Respiration

4.All of the above


Question:
Who was discovered Oxygen?

1.John Dalton

2.Thomas Moore

3.Lavoisier

4. Joseph Priestley


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