Degenerative diseases are those which develop due to (1) Substances produced against any disease causative (2) Chemical substances produced by the host cells to kill the parasite animal Sickle cell anaemia is more common in South Africa. This is due to (1) Change in beta–chain of haemoglobin (3) Change in alpha–chain of haemoglobin (4) Change in gamma–chain of haemoglobin ‘Haemophilia' disease is caused due to lack of A condition of failure of function of kidney to form urine is (1) Swelling of body part especially the legs 10. Cushing's syndrome which is characterised by wasting of limb muscles and accumulation of
fat in the trunk region is due to hypersecretion of 11. ADH is secreted from the posterior lobe of pituitary and its deficiency leads to
(3) Addison's disease (4) Diabetes insipidus 12. In sickle cell anaemia, the death is caused when the lethal genes are present in
13. A person suffering from malaria fever when
(3) When RBC generally ruptured and haemozoin granules are released 14. Find the incorrect pair
15. Which of the following is not correctly matched
(1) Aedes aegypti –Yellow fever (2) Anopheles culifacies – Leismaniasis (3) Glossina palpalis – Sleeping sickness 16. Filaria, malaria, dengue fever, sleeping sickness, yellow fever are transmitted by
17. Which of the following organisms is known to form abscesses in human liver, lungs, brain
18. The most common cancer in men in India is
19. Gouts, a painful disorder of joints is due to
20. Which is not cancer
21. A metastatic cancerous tumour is termed ’sarcoma ' if the disorder is in
22. In which stage of cancer does metastasis occur
23. Chemicals, which can induce cancer are called
(1) Mutagenic agents and produce benign tumour (2) Carcinogens and produce non-malignant tumour (3) Mutagenic agents and do not produce malignant tumour (4) Carcinogens and produce malignant tumour 24. Dropsy means
(1) Accumulation of the watery fluid in any part of the body (2) Accumulation of toxins in the body parts 25. Infantile amaurotic idiocy (Tay–Sachs disease) is
(1) The result of severe protein deficiency in diet and damages the muscle development in (2) An inherited disorder in which the spinal cord and brain are severely damaged within a few months of birth leading to paralysis and mental retardation, and finally the infant's death in 3 or 4 years (3) A genetic abnormality which appears at the age of 25–30 years and damages the bones (4) A chromosomal disorder in young children 26. A boy happens to put his foot on a rusted nail and the doctor gives him an injection. Most
27. Epidemiology deals with the study of
(3) Development of resistance against diseases 28. Which one of the following diseases is due to an allergic reaction
29. Kwashiorkor disease develops due to
30. Swollen face, mental dullness, dry skin and loss of appetite is the characteristics of
31. Match the names of disease listed under column I with meanings given under column II,
choose the answer which gives the correct combination of the alphabets of the columns. Column II
32. Congenital diseases are those which
33. Infectious or communicable diseases
(1) Cannot be communicated from one man to another (2) Can develop infection from one man to another (3) Can spread without any intermediate host (4) Can spread with some intermediate host 34. ‘Meningitis' is a disease of
(1) Respiratory system (2) Digestive system 35. A disease caused by eating fish contaminated by industrial waste containing mercury
(3) Hashimoto disease (4) Osteosclerosis 36. Chicken pox' is caused by
37. Out of the following one disease is caused by virus
38. ‘Dengue fever' is caused by
39. Encephalitis' in man is a viral disease and is transmitted by
40. Which of the disease is not transmitted by house flies
41. PulsePolio programme is organised in our country
42. Which one of the following is a pair of viral disease
(3) Whooping cough and sleeping sickness 43. In human beings retrovirus is considered as a cause of cancer because
(2) Their hereditary material made up of single stranded RNA (3) They have a gene for reverse transcriptase (4) In their genome there may be cellular proto-oncogene 44. AIDS is a
45. Against which of the following does interferon act
46. Which of the following is wrongly matched.
(1) Trinomial nomenclature → Casper Bauhin (3) Category between sub family and genus → Tribe (4) Biological species concept → Ernst Mayr 47. Indian botanical garden is situated in
48. Choose the incorrect statement w.r.t. gram-positive bacteria.
(1) Lipid content in cell wall is 2 – 4 % (2) Mesosomes are common (3) Presence of LPS in cell wall (4) Presence of teichoic acid 49. Methanogens are
50. According to the Whittaker system, oxygenic photosynthetic organisms belong to
51. Which of the following is not involved in nitrogen fixation?
52. According to five Kingdom Classification, eukaryotic cell structure is not a feature of
53. Which of the following organisms are responsible for the production of biogas from the
54. Cyclosis and 80s ribosome absent in
55. The characteristic photosynthetic pigments present in blue –green algae are
(1) Chl a, phycocyanin and phycoerythrin (2) Chl a and Chl b (3) Chl b and Xanthophyll (4) All of these 56. Which of the following cannot be consider as the defining property of life?
(1) Instrinsic growth (2) extrinsic growth 57. Taxonomical studies of all known organisms have led to the development of hierarchy
involving________________ obligate categories. (1) 7 58. Which of the following taxonomical aid is a store house of collected plant specimens that
are dried pressed and preserved on sheets? (1) Museum (3) botanical garden (4) Zoological park 59. In BGA, heterocyst shows
60. Find odd one out.
61. “Bacteria with their coats off” are better called as-
62. “Red tide” and “Red sea” are respectively related to
63. Gram negative bacteria differs from gram positive bacteria in
64. When perfect stages of members of deuteromycetes were discovered they were often
moved to (1) ascomycetes and basidiomycetes 65. Cell wall of fungi generally consists of
66. Formation of red-tide is related to ____________ that produces __________.
67. The multinucleate wall less mass of acellular slime moulds is known as
68. The term systematic deals with
(4) Study of kind and diversity of organism along with phylogency. 69. In binomial nomenclature
(3) species name start with capital letter 70. Biological species concept is based on reproductive isolation and it is not applicable for
71. Organisms with incipient nucleus or genophore and 70s ribosomes were 1st grouped into
separate Kingdom in (1) three Kingdom classification 72. Kingdom monera includes
(2) unicellular and multicellular prokaryotic organisms (3) unicellular and autotropic eukaryotic organisms (4) unicellular and chemo autotrophic prokaryotes only 73. Which one of the following pair of monerans is able to fix both carbon and nitrogen?
74. Most common mode of reproduction in bacteria is by
75. Select incorrect statement w.r.t. smallest monerans-
76. Which of the following is known as “Drosophila of plant Kingom”.
77. Sympatric species shows
(1) distinct areal of geographical distribution (2) adjacent areas of geographical distribution (3) exclusive areas of geographical distribution (4) overlapping areas of geographical distribution 78. Phylogenetic system of classification is based on
79. The biological concept of species was formulated by
80. Flagella of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells differ in
(1) type of movement and placement in cell (2) location in cell and mode of functioning (3) microtubular organisation and type of movement (4) macrotubular organisation and function 81. Two morphologically similar population are intersterile, they belong to
(3) 2 siblling species (4) none of these 82. Generation time of a bacterium is 20 minutes. If initially there were 50 cells in the culture
medium, then what will be the no. of cells after 2 hours? (1) 2400 83. Select incorrect statement w.r.t. wall less smallest monerans-
84. A similarity between diatoms and dinoflagellate is
85. In diatom, Zygote grow in size and form a diploid cell called
86. Locomotary structure in Euglena shows
87. Sexual reproduction in Rhizopus leads to the formation of
88. Branched, aseptate, coenocytic mycelium present in
89. E. Coli is a common inhabitant of
90. Which of the following type of plasmid were used to create “superbug”?

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