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Question No. 1
64. In honey bees the pollen basket for storing the pollen is situated in
A. Mouth
B. Honey spoon
C. Tibia
D. Galae

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 2
237. The antherozoids of Dryopteris is
A. multiciliate
B. uniciliate
C. biciliate
D. aciliate

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 3
39. In some ferns the egg cell in the archegonium forms a sporophyte without fertilization. It is
A. Apogamy
B. Apospory
C. Autogamy
D. Porthenogenesis

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 4
33. The tectorial membrane is found in the
A. Eye of frog
B. Eye of mammal
C. Ear of mammal
D. Tongue of frog

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 5
23. A neuro-motor apparatus is first of all found in
A. Paramecium
B. Hydra
C. Jelly fish
D. Ascaris

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 6
118. In frog purely sensory nerves are
A. l and ll
B. ll and lll
C. l and lll
D. lll and lV

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 7
186. The eggs of birds and reptiles are :
A. Cleidoic and Megalecithal
B. Noncleidoic and Macrolecithal
C. Cleidoic and Alecithal
D. Noncleidoic and Microlecithal

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 8
36. The pituitary glands posterior lobe produces two hormones
A. Vasopressin and oxytocin
B. Cortisone and corticosterone
C. Progesterone and estradiol
D. Testosterone and androsterone

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 9
246. Sunken stomata are characteristic of
A. hydrophytes
B. xerophytes
C. mesophytes
D. all of these

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 10
67. In earthwarm blood from seminal vesicle is collected by
A. Ventral vessel
B. Dorsal vessel
C. Lateral oesophageal vessel
D. Supra- oesophageal vessel

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 11
48. The condition of androecium in the Malvaceae is
A. Diadelphous
B. Didynamous
C. Syngenesious
D. Monadelphous

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 12
135. The coconut and mango fruits are
A. Berries
B. Drupes
C. Hesperidium
D. Pomes

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 13
201. Wind pollination is favoured by
A. copious production of pollen
B. Feathery stigmas
C. Formation of inflorescence far above foliage
D. all of the above

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 14
9. Lichens are the initiators of
A. Xerosere
B. Hydrosere
C. Halosere
D. Psammosere

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 15
114. In Ascaris only the anterior part of the testis is functionable such a gonad is known as
A. Monorchic
B. Telogonic
C. Didelphic
D. Metagonic

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 16
71. Canal system in Leucosolenia is
A. Asconoid
B. syconoid
C. Leuconoid
D. Rhagon

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 17
56. The Mast cell are found in
A. Adipose tissue
B. Yellow fibrous tissue
C. White fibrous tissue
D. Areolar tissue

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 18
17. The Entamoeba histolytic is a
A. Blood parasite in mosquito
B. Intestinal parasite in man
C. Free-living in water
D. Malarial parasite

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 19
183. In aquatic ecosystems the region that is not affected by temperature is the
A. epilimnion
B. hypolimnion
C. metalimnion
D. all of these

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 20
147. Formation of fat (lipogenesis) begins in the body when
A. Blood sugar level is constant
B. Glucose is converted into glycogen
C. When liver and muscles cannot store any more glycogen
D. When glucose combines with glycerol

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 21
45. Plants depending on other organisms for nutrition are
A. Autophytes
B. Saprophytes
C. Parasites
D. Epiphytes

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 22
219. The term neuston refers to
A. floating forms
B. bottom dwellers
C. surface swimmers
D. anchored forms

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 23
138. The entry of water from the soil up to xylem elements of roots is because of
A. Gradient of suction pressure
B. Turgor pressure
C. Degree of imbibition
D. Ion concentration in water

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 24
167. The sudden apperaence of an ancestral character in a member of today's population is called :
A. Regression
B. Replicon
C. Atavism
D. all of the above

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 25
141. Plant growing on sea shores show characters of
A. Halophytes
B. Hydrophytes
C. Xerophytes
D. Mesophytes

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 26
20. The most important centre for the formation of lymph is
A. Liver
B. Spleen
C. Pancreas
D. Kidney

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 27
26. In man, the urea is mainly produced in
A. Liver
B. Kidneys
C. Gall blader
D. Spleen

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 28
195. Honey contains :
A. Glucose and Fructose
B. Maltose only
C. Lactose only
D. Dextrose and levulose

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 29
48. The condition of androecium in the Malvaceae is
A. Diadelphous
B. Didynamous
C. Syngenesious
D. Monadelphous

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 30
140. The commonest thing which can respire in the absence of oxygen is
A. Yeast
B. Potato
C. Chlorella
D. Fish

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 31
202. The procoelous centrum is
A. Concave in front and behind
B. Concave in front and convex at the posterior face
C. convex at both faces
D. Flat in front and behind

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 32
116. Stomodaeual valve in cockroach is situated between
A. Crop and Gizzard
B. Gizzard and Mesenteron
C. Mesenteron and Ileum
D. Rectum and Anus

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 33
248. The spores of Agaricus are
A. telutospores
B. conidiospores
C. basidiospores
D. ascospores

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 34
212. Which of the following is a partial parasite ?
A. Cassytha
B. Viscum
C. Cuscuta
D. Loranthus

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 35
38. The pollen in Cycas exhibits
A. 3- celled stage
B. 1- celled stage
C. 2- celled stage
D. 4- celled stage

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 36
19. Deficiency of Vitamin D in children causes of disease
A. Beri beri
B. Rickets
C. Pelagra
D. Anaemia

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 37
116. Stomodaeual valve in cockroach is situated between
A. Crop and Gizzard
B. Gizzard and Mesenteron
C. Mesenteron and Ileum
D. Rectum and Anus

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 38
187. Brunner's glands secrete :
A. Mucus
B. Enterokinase
C. Secretin and Cholecystokinin
D. Both (a) and

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 39
191. The fruit body of penicillium is :
A. Apothecium
B. Cleistothecium
C. Perithecium
D. Gynoecium

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 40
137. Organisms which fix atmospheric nitrogen in the soil, are found among
A. Bacteria
B. Mosses
C. Soil fungi
D. Green algae

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 41
95. DNA histone complex can be removed from chromosome by treatment with
A. 6M NACL+Mg(OH)2
B. 1M NaCI
C. Mg (OH)2
D. Non separable

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 42
63. Enzymes for glycolysis are present in
A. Mitochondria
B. Nucleus
C. Chloroplast
D. Ribosomes

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 43
35. Typical vertebrae of frog are from :
A. 1-7
B. 3-7
C. 2-8
D. 2-9

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 44
100. The antibiotic activity of fungus Pencillium was first noted by
A. De Bary
B. Walker
C. Flemming
D. Blakeslee

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 45
186. The eggs of birds and reptiles are :
A. Cleidoic and Megalecithal
B. Noncleidoic and Macrolecithal
C. Cleidoic and Alecithal
D. Noncleidoic and Microlecithal

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 46
167. The sudden apperaence of an ancestral character in a member of today's population is called :
A. Regression
B. Replicon
C. Atavism
D. all of the above

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 47
56. The Mast cell are found in
A. Adipose tissue
B. Yellow fibrous tissue
C. White fibrous tissue
D. Areolar tissue

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 48
1. Study of nuclear cytology is
A. Neurology
B. Rhinology
C. Mycology
D. Karyology

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 49
247. Which of the following vitamin deficiency depresses level of prothrombin ?
A. vitamin A
B. vitamin B
C. vitamin K
D. vitamin E

A  B  C  D  
Question No. 50
1. Study of nuclear cytology is
A. Neurology
B. Rhinology
C. Mycology
D. Karyology

A  B  C  D