NEET UG Zoology Mock Test 2


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QUESTION: 1

A gregarious but nonsocial animal is

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QUESTION: 2

How many of these diseases,viz,Trachoma,Pneumonia,Dengue,Chlolera ,Malaria ,Yellow fever and Elephantiasis,are transmitted by mosquitoes?

Solution: Dengue fever - Aedes aegypti MosquitoMalaria - Anopheles MosquitoYellow fever - Female MosquitoElephantiasis - Female Mosquito
QUESTION: 3

Based on its function, the heart is often referred to as a “double pump”. Which of the following would explain this?

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QUESTION: 4
Blockages in which of the following blood vessels reduces blood flow to the heart muscle?
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QUESTION: 5
Generic name of 'Sea fur ' is:
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QUESTION: 6

If a newborn was blood type O+, which of the following would his blood not contain?

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QUESTION: 7

Which of the following might trigger erythropoiesis?

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This is the process of making new red blood cells The process is done within the bone marrow, and is done when there is free erythropoietin (EPO) in the blood. Due to endogenous EPO's ability to increase red blood cell count, it has become a banned substance in sport.

Hypoxia of EPO-producing cells.- CORRECT : hypoxia of anywhere in the body may trigger the release of EPO, and the creation of new red blood cells

Increased number of RBCs.- Incorrect: this decreased number of RBCs would do this

Moving to a lower altitude.Incorrect: oxygen is more saturated at lower altitudes, so the inverse would be true.

Decreased tissue demand for oxygen.-Incorrect:- this would not cause the making of new RBCs, but the opposite would.

QUESTION: 8
Which of the following is not a function of the adult liver?
Solution: Erythropoiesis is a process which produces red blood cells . it stimulated by decreases O2 in circulation , which detected by kidney. that's why the correct ans. is D.
QUESTION: 9
Which part of the human alimentary canal does not secrete any enzyme ?
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QUESTION: 10
Food is directed towards caecum and colon accordingly at the point
Solution: The caudal flexure of the duodenum is long and coiled, and may be referred to as the transverse part of the duodenum. The sacculus rotundus exists at the ileocaecal junction. It is an enlargement of the large intestine and contains lymphoid tissue.
QUESTION: 11
Which of the following enzymes is correctly matched with its source?
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QUESTION: 12
Which of the following is an exotic fish?
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QUESTION: 13
In India, which of the following state occupies first position in poultry farming?
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QUESTION: 14
Complete failure of the anterior lobe of pituitary causes
Solution: Simmond's occur due less or no secretion of growth hormone.
QUESTION: 15
A mineralocorticoid is
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QUESTION: 16

Goitre can occur as a consequence of all the following except

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QUESTION: 17

Melanocyte stimulating hormone(MSH) is secreted by pituitary

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Pituitary gland has two parts:

  • Adenohypophysis : It is formed of two lobes:
  1. Anterior lobe - It secretes growth hormone, follicle stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, prolactin, adrenocorticotropic hormone and thyroid stimulating hormone.
  2. Intermediate lobe (or median lobe) - It secretes melanocyte stimulating hormone.
  • Neurohypophysis: It is formed of posterior lobe and secretes oxytocin and vasopressin.

So, the correct answer is 'Median lobe'.

QUESTION: 18
Which of the following is an inherited disorder ?
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QUESTION: 19

Albinism is known to be due to an autosomal recessive mutation. The first child of couple with normal skin pigments was albino. What is the probability of their second child will also be an albino?

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QUESTION: 20
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is characterised by
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QUESTION: 21
Small pox and rabies are caused by
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QUESTION: 22
Between the osseous and membranous labyrinths is present a fluid called
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QUESTION: 23
The muscles responsible to move the eye ball are the
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QUESTION: 24
Taenia saginata differs from Taenia solium in
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QUESTION: 25
Which of the following contain lymph fluid?
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QUESTION: 26
Lymph formed in your right hand will eventually drain into the:
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QUESTION: 27
The cells within the thymus gland probably originated from the _____.
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QUESTION: 28
Which of the following is not member of the group called Eutheria?
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QUESTION: 29
Which of the following is not a class of mollusca?
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QUESTION: 30
The number of ovarioles in each ovary of cockroach is
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QUESTION: 31
The functional unit of contractile system of a striated muscle is
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QUESTION: 32
Wildlife is destroyed most when
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QUESTION: 33
Social forestry is useful in yielding
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QUESTION: 34
Which of the following is not a part of the cerebrum?
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QUESTION: 35
Classification of phylum Porifera is primarily based on:
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QUESTION: 36
Graafian follicles are found in
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QUESTION: 37

Which of the following is the third cleavage of frog's development?

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First and second cleavage in frog are holoblastic, complete, equal, vertical, whereas third cleavage is holoblastic, complete, unequal, latitudinal or Horizontal and near the animal pole. It results in the formation of 8 cells of thee are black micromeres which have less or no yolk, so divide faster and 4 are colorless macromeres.

QUESTION: 38
Mucus is moved along the respiratory tract by
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QUESTION: 39
Oxygen and carbon dioxide cross the membranes between the capillaries and alveoli by
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QUESTION: 40
Triceps and biceps are examples of
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QUESTION: 41
Skin is a respiratory organ in
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QUESTION: 42
Bull Frog of India is
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QUESTION: 43

Male cockroach can be distinguished from female cockroach through

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QUESTION: 44
The sequence of structures that urea passes through in the nephron is
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QUESTION: 45
Decreasing the concentration of sodium ions in the blood will result in
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