NEET UG Zoology Mock Test 8


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QUESTION: 1

True coelom appeared first in the course of evolution in

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Basic difference between Periplaneta americana and Blatta orientalis is in

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Which of these is bioluminescent?

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QUESTION: 4
Blood vessels that allow diffusion of gases through their thin walls are the
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.Use the following characteristics to answer the question: one-way valves thin elastic layer near skeletal muscle These characteristics describe which type of vessel?
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QUESTION: 6

Epiglottis is meant for protecting

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QUESTION: 7

Which of the following anemia types is an example of a genetic disorder?

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QUESTION: 8
Damaged or old red blood cells are removed by the liver and _____.
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QUESTION: 9
Salivary amylase, a digestion enzyme begins digestion of
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QUESTION: 10
Which of the following is a bio-fuel?
Solution: Here option 'B' is correct because coal, petroleum and natural gas are referred to as fossil fuels and wood is a bio fuel. 
QUESTION: 11
If you compared the blood entering the liver and the blood leaving the liver, you find that:
Solution: Liver converts amino acid to food to get more energy so the ans is C.
QUESTION: 12
Difficulty in absorbing glucose could indicate malfunctioning of the
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QUESTION: 13

Pullorum disease of poultry is caused by

Solution: Pullorum disease is an infectious poultry disease caused by the bacterium Salmonella pullorum. The disease affects mainly young chicks and poults, but can also affect older chickens, game birds, guinea fowl, ostriches, parrots, peafowl, ring doves, sparrows and turkeys.
QUESTION: 14
Daily rhythms are associated with
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QUESTION: 15
Gravidex test is used to test which of the following hormone ?
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QUESTION: 16
Goitre can occur as a consequence of all the following except
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QUESTION: 17
Hypophysectomy results in
Solution: Hypophysectomy is the surgical removal of hypophysis or pituitary gland. it is most commonly performed to treat cranyopharyngioma tumour (rare type of brain tumour derived from pituitary embryonic tissue ).since the master gland secrets the essential hormones which regulates the reproductive functions ,so the answer is B.
QUESTION: 18
Albinism and phenylketonuria are disorders due to :
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QUESTION: 19
Alkaptonuria is caused by :
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QUESTION: 20
Which one of the following statement is correct with regard to the principle of safe blood transfusion?
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QUESTION: 21
There has been a rapid increase in world population during 20th century, especially in India mainly due to
Solution: B) is correct.. more births but less no death population... by using many operations r taking medicine they run their lives.
QUESTION: 22
The eye membrane which prevents the reflection of the extra light within the eye, by absorbing it is called
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QUESTION: 23
Sensation of stomach pain is due to
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QUESTION: 24
The red pulp of the spleen functions to _____.
Solution: The red pulp of the spleen is composed of connective tissue known also as the cords of Billroth and manysplenic sinuses that are engorged with blood, giving it a red color. Its primaryfunction is to filter the blood of antigens, microorganisms, and defective or worn-out red blood cells so c is correct:)))
QUESTION: 25
The lymphatic ducts will empty directly into the _____.
Solution: Each subclavian vein is a continuation of the axillary vein and runs from the outer border of the first rib to the medial border of anterior scalene muscle. From here it joins with the internal jugular vein to form the brachiocephalic vein (also known as "innominate vein").
QUESTION: 26
Mouth parts of housefly are of
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QUESTION: 27
Which of the following contain lymph fluid?
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QUESTION: 28
A mammal in which milk is squirted down to throat of baby by muscular contraction of mother is
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QUESTION: 29
Devil fish is common name of
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QUESTION: 30
Anal styles are found in
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QUESTION: 31
An example of unstriated muscles which are entirely involuntary are located
Solution: A lymph duct is a great lymphaticvessel that empties lymph into one of the subclavian veins. There are twolymph ducts in the body—the rightlymphatic duct and the thoracic duct. The right lymphatic duct drains lymphfrom the right upper limb, right side of thorax and right halves of head and neck. so c is correct:))
QUESTION: 32
Forest management is related to
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QUESTION: 33
The treeless biomes include
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QUESTION: 34
Which nerves transmit impulses towards central nervous system
Solution: Sensory means that knows which conducts impulses from receptor to the CNS and out of 12 cranial nerves 12 and 8 hour pure sensory that is olfactory optic and auditory.
QUESTION: 35
Symmetry in Leucosolenia is
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QUESTION: 36
The polyest rous mammal is
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QUESTION: 37
When do the three germinal layers differentiate?
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An increase in the rate of contractions of the diaphragm and rib muscles would indicate

Solution: The role of oxygen in determining the rate of breathing is quite insignificant and hence increased amount of bicarbonate can increase breathing rate...
QUESTION: 39
The extensive capillary network which surrounds each alveolus
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QUESTION: 40
Bone related to skull is
Solution: D)      Coracoid – bone that forms part of the shoulder (found on the scapula in humans) b)      Arytenoid – cartilage that forms part of the larynx (voicebox) c)       Pterygoid – bone that forms the palate (in the mouth) a)      Atlas – first vertebrae which articulates with the skull, forming a pivot joint. Thus the answer is (a) atlas.
QUESTION: 41
Exoskeleton is absent in
Solution: Fishes and reptiles have scales as exoskeleton and mammals have horn, hoof and nail as exoskeleton while amphibians have no exoskeleton...
QUESTION: 42
Frog is
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QUESTION: 43
Excretory organs of Cockroach are
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QUESTION: 44
Which of the following structures would not be considered an organ of excretion?
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QUESTION: 45
Which of the following structures requires a hypertonic environment to function?
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