Biology Topic-wise Test - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Which of the following Protein is associated with Prion disease

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QUESTION: 2

fairy Ring” is the name given to

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QUESTION: 3

Fungi are mostly

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QUESTION: 4

A fresh water green alga, rich in protein is

Solution: Chlorella is a type of algae that grows in fresh water and is used to make nutritional supplements and medicine.So the option is B( chlorella).
QUESTION: 5
Which one is of medicinal Importance in chemotaxonomy.
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QUESTION: 6
Jocker’s in Microbiological Pack” is
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QUESTION: 7
Why plains become slippery during rainy season
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QUESTION: 8
Ulothrix filament” produce
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QUESTION: 9
Elater, Pseudoelater, and elaterophore present in
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QUESTION: 10
The plant used as alternative of cotton
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QUESTION: 11
The valuable Drug “Ephedrine” is extracted from
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QUESTION: 12
The seed germination in Pinus
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QUESTION: 13
When the sporongium develops from several sporangiol initial the development is called
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QUESTION: 14
Amphicribal vascular bundle present in
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QUESTION: 15
Dormacy is Seed due to presence of
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QUESTION: 16
“Barley endosperm test” is shown by 
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QUESTION: 17
Tryptophan a.a. acts as important precursor for
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QUESTION: 18

The Reaction between Glucose→ 6- Phasphogluconate in 3P calalysed by

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QUESTION: 19
No. of ATP are generated if one mole Harden and young esters are utilized
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QUESTION: 20
Mitrochon drial marker enzyme are
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QUESTION: 21
The first step in photosynthesis is :
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QUESTION: 22
What will be left if chlorophyll is burnt ?
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QUESTION: 23

Cyclic photophosphorylation produces

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QUESTION: 24
Cucurbitaceous plants are least affected by ringing because of :
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QUESTION: 25

Which of the following bacterium is photosynthetic free living aerobic nitrogen fixer ?

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The atmospheric nitrogen is not available to plants. There are some nitrogen fixing bacteria which converts atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia which is readily available to plants. Anabaena is a free-living as well as symbiotic nitrogen fixing bacteria. Clostridium is a free-living, anaerobic nitrogen fixing bacteria. Azotobacter are free-living, aerobic, and non-photosynthetic nitrogen fixing bacteria. Rhizobium is non free living symbiotic nitrogen fixing bacteria.

Thus, the correct answer is 'Azotobacter.'

QUESTION: 26
Kranz’ type anatomy is the characteristic of :
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QUESTION: 27
Which of the following is a growth inhibitor
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QUESTION: 28
The phenomenon of climacteric in a ripening fruit refers to
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QUESTION: 29
Which among the following chemicals is used for causing defoliation of forest trees
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QUESTION: 30
Under the following carbohydrate-nitrogen ratio condition, a plant produces flowers in
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QUESTION: 31
“Chlorosis” is caused by the deficiency of
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QUESTION: 32

After fertilization the zygote of a seed plant becomes

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QUESTION: 33
The stomata which opens during night and closes during day is known as
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QUESTION: 34

Little leaf disease” in plant and "Khaira disease" in Rice caused due to deficiency of a

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QUESTION: 35
Antagonism between living organisms was propounded by
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QUESTION: 36
Bird flu-caused by
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QUESTION: 37
Uredospore of Puccinia represent the
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QUESTION: 38

Diplentism occurs in a member of

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QUESTION: 39
Rock flower is
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QUESTION: 40
Coulerpa a
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QUESTION: 41
Number of Neck Canal Cell in Funaria
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QUESTION: 42
Angiosperm found in shallow seas that is
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QUESTION: 43
The plant which have changed very little during last several million Years that is
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QUESTION: 44
The red algae like Harveyella which live heterotrophically on other photosynthetic red algae. They are also like a Parasitic flowering plants that plant is
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QUESTION: 45

The cell wall is absent in

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QUESTION: 46
African sleeping sickness is due to
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QUESTION: 47
Which feature is not characteristic of the animals ?
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QUESTION: 48
Most of the phyla of the animal kingdom are found
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QUESTION: 49
The subkingdom of animals that lack symmetry and have no true tissue or organs is the
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QUESTION: 50
Expcept for the Radiata, the eumetazoans
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QUESTION: 51
The advantage of bilateral symmetry is that it allowed for the evolution of
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QUESTION: 52
Members of which group are not deuterostomes ?
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QUESTION: 53
The evolution of an internal body cavity offered an advantage in animal body design in all areas except
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QUESTION: 54
The segments of annelids are
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QUESTION: 55
Which of the following hypotheses about the origin of metazoans is supported by ribosomal RNA analysis ?
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QUESTION: 56
The traditional animal family tree places more significance on body plan (the presence of a coelom), while the rRNA tree places more significance on
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QUESTION: 57
A key evolutaionary development seen for the first time in the sponges is
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QUESTION: 58
All of the following are found in sponges except
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QUESTION: 59
The first animal group to show extracellular digestion was the
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QUESTION: 60
Which of the following is an example of an organism with the medusa body form ?
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QUESTION: 61
Key evolutionary advances of the flatworms are bilateral symmetry and
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QUESTION: 62
For excretion, flatworms use 
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QUESTION: 63
The type of body cavity seen in the roundworms is called a (n)
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QUESTION: 64
The type of pseudocoelomates found in soil, freshwater and marine environments, and as parasites, are
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QUESTION: 65
Of the mollusks, snails are in the class of
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QUESTION: 66

A mantle is

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The mantle cavity functions as a respiratory chamber in most molluscs. In bivalves it is usually part of the feeding structure. In some molluscs the mantle cavity is a brood chamber, and in cephalopods and some bivalves such as scallops, it is a locomotory organ.

Hence, the correct answer is option C.

QUESTION: 67
Segmentation was first apparent in the
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QUESTION: 68
Which of the following is not present in polychaetes
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QUESTION: 69
The phylum that shows the greatest diversity, or the greatest number of species, is
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QUESTION: 70
Air for respiration enters the insect body through the
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QUESTION: 71
Arthropods shed their old exoskeleton as they grow in a process known as
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QUESTION: 72
Which animal group has radial symmetry, a water vascular system, moves with tube feet, and has an endo-skeleton ?
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QUESTION: 73
The echinoderms that lack distinct arms are the
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QUESTION: 74
Which of the following is a characteristic of chordates but is not found in other animals ?
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QUESTION: 75
In which animals(s) does the notochord persist in the adult ?
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QUESTION: 76
The very first vertebrates were
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QUESTION: 77
Which of the following is not a characteristic of fishes?
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QUESTION: 78
In order for amphibians to be successful on land, they had to develop which of the following ?
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QUESTION: 79
Amniotic eggs evolved as a means to
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QUESTION: 80
A group of early reptiles that may have been warmblooded was the
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QUESTION: 81
Archaeopteryx is belived to be the transition fossil between dinosaurs and birds because, like a bird,
Archaeopteryx had feathers and
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QUESTION: 82
Mammals that have live births but incubate newbons in a pouch through the completion of development are
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QUESTION: 83
Two common characters found in centipede, cockroach, and crab are
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QUESTION: 84
Which of the following unicellular organism has a macronucleus for trophic function and one or more microculei for reproduction ?
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QUESTION: 85
Animals with metameric segementation, bilateral symmetry and closed circulatory system belong to phylum
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QUESTION: 86
Annelida is advanced over Nematoda in having
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QUESTION: 87
Which one of the following is a matching pair of an animal and certain phenomenon it exhibits
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QUESTION: 88
Periptus is connecting link between
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QUESTION: 89
The adults are radially symmetrical but larvae exhibit bilateral symmetry in
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QUESTION: 90
Male and female Cockroaches can be distinguished externally through
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