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136. In the case of suspected  filarial patients, blood samples are collected during night
time because the
1) patients do not feel much pain
2) filarial worms enter into blood from lymph during night time
3) microfilariae exhibit  nocturnal periodicity
4) adult worms are active in blood circulation during night time
137. The drug cocaine produces a sense of euphoria and increased energy levels as it
1)acts as amphetamine 2)stimulates adrenal glands to produce steroids
3)causes the inhibition of cholinergic nerves 4)interferes with the transport of dopamine
138. Which of the following is not a symptom of chronic malaria?
1)Splenomegaly 2)Hypertrophy of RBC
3)Cirrhosis of liver 4)Anaemia
139. In cockroach, the structures that help in locomotion on smooth surface are
1)claws and arolium 2)pulvillus and bristles of podomeres
3)plantulae on tarsus 4)plantulae, claws
140. Incorrect statement about the mushroom shaped gland of  Periplaneta americana from
the following
1)Helps in storage and excretion of uric acid
2)Secretes the innermost layer of spermatophore
3)Stores the sperms in the form of spermatophores
4)Nourishes the sperms
141. In a biological community Gauses principle explains
1)competition  among different species under unlimited resources
2)competitive exclusion of an inferior species due to the limited natural resources
3)coexistence of closely related species due to resource partitioning
4)intra specific competition due to limited natural resources
142. In India, grassland ecosystems are found mainly in
1)Ladakh region 2)Himalayan region
3)Deccan plateau 4)Western ghats
ZOOLOGY
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136. In the case of suspected  filarial patients, blood samples are collected during night
time because the
1) patients do not feel much pain
2) filarial worms enter into blood from lymph during night time
3) microfilariae exhibit  nocturnal periodicity
4) adult worms are active in blood circulation during night time
137. The drug cocaine produces a sense of euphoria and increased energy levels as it
1)acts as amphetamine 2)stimulates adrenal glands to produce steroids
3)causes the inhibition of cholinergic nerves 4)interferes with the transport of dopamine
138. Which of the following is not a symptom of chronic malaria?
1)Splenomegaly 2)Hypertrophy of RBC
3)Cirrhosis of liver 4)Anaemia
139. In cockroach, the structures that help in locomotion on smooth surface are
1)claws and arolium 2)pulvillus and bristles of podomeres
3)plantulae on tarsus 4)plantulae, claws
140. Incorrect statement about the mushroom shaped gland of  Periplaneta americana from
the following
1)Helps in storage and excretion of uric acid
2)Secretes the innermost layer of spermatophore
3)Stores the sperms in the form of spermatophores
4)Nourishes the sperms
141. In a biological community Gauses principle explains
1)competition  among different species under unlimited resources
2)competitive exclusion of an inferior species due to the limited natural resources
3)coexistence of closely related species due to resource partitioning
4)intra specific competition due to limited natural resources
142. In India, grassland ecosystems are found mainly in
1)Ladakh region 2)Himalayan region
3)Deccan plateau 4)Western ghats
ZOOLOGY
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143. The influence of light on non-directional movement of animals is known as
1)phototaxis 2)photoperiodism 3)photokinesis 4)phototropism
144. According to the study of molecular systematics, the kingdom replaced by the two
kingdoms bacteria and archebacteria is
1)Fungi 2)Protista 3)Monera 4)Metaphyta
145. Identify the correct match from the following
1)Earth summit-Johannesburg, South Africa
2)Biosphere reserves-Norman Myers
3)Jim Corbett National park-first Indian national park in Gujarat
4)Cryopreservation-ex-situ conservation
146. In humans mucous connective tissue is present mainly in the
1)mucosa lining of gut 2)lining of alveoli of lungs
3)umbilical chord of newly born infants
4)walls of trachea, bronchi and bronchioles
147. Cardiac muscles are highly resistant to fatigue mainly due to the presence of
1)intercalated discs 2)branched muscle fibres and communication junctions
3)specialised autorhythmic muscle fibres
4)numerous sarcosomes and myoglobin molecules
148. Identify the correct combination from the following
Scientific name Respiratory organs Excretory organs
1)Astacus Dermal branchiae Green glands
2)Aplysia Ctenidia Meta nephridia
3)Aphrodite Parapodia Protonephridia
4)Ascidian Pharyngeal gill slits Proboscis gland
149. Echinoderm with elongated body and without arms,spines is
1)Gorgonocephalus 2)Thyone 3)Clypeaster 4)Antedon
150. Incorrect statement about "great white shark" from the following
1)Sharks exhibit physiological uraemia
2)They have placoid scales and heteroceracal caudal fin
3)Fertilization internal and viviparous in nature
4)Lobe finned fishes with air bladder acting as  hydrostatic organ
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136. In the case of suspected  filarial patients, blood samples are collected during night
time because the
1) patients do not feel much pain
2) filarial worms enter into blood from lymph during night time
3) microfilariae exhibit  nocturnal periodicity
4) adult worms are active in blood circulation during night time
137. The drug cocaine produces a sense of euphoria and increased energy levels as it
1)acts as amphetamine 2)stimulates adrenal glands to produce steroids
3)causes the inhibition of cholinergic nerves 4)interferes with the transport of dopamine
138. Which of the following is not a symptom of chronic malaria?
1)Splenomegaly 2)Hypertrophy of RBC
3)Cirrhosis of liver 4)Anaemia
139. In cockroach, the structures that help in locomotion on smooth surface are
1)claws and arolium 2)pulvillus and bristles of podomeres
3)plantulae on tarsus 4)plantulae, claws
140. Incorrect statement about the mushroom shaped gland of  Periplaneta americana from
the following
1)Helps in storage and excretion of uric acid
2)Secretes the innermost layer of spermatophore
3)Stores the sperms in the form of spermatophores
4)Nourishes the sperms
141. In a biological community Gauses principle explains
1)competition  among different species under unlimited resources
2)competitive exclusion of an inferior species due to the limited natural resources
3)coexistence of closely related species due to resource partitioning
4)intra specific competition due to limited natural resources
142. In India, grassland ecosystems are found mainly in
1)Ladakh region 2)Himalayan region
3)Deccan plateau 4)Western ghats
ZOOLOGY
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143. The influence of light on non-directional movement of animals is known as
1)phototaxis 2)photoperiodism 3)photokinesis 4)phototropism
144. According to the study of molecular systematics, the kingdom replaced by the two
kingdoms bacteria and archebacteria is
1)Fungi 2)Protista 3)Monera 4)Metaphyta
145. Identify the correct match from the following
1)Earth summit-Johannesburg, South Africa
2)Biosphere reserves-Norman Myers
3)Jim Corbett National park-first Indian national park in Gujarat
4)Cryopreservation-ex-situ conservation
146. In humans mucous connective tissue is present mainly in the
1)mucosa lining of gut 2)lining of alveoli of lungs
3)umbilical chord of newly born infants
4)walls of trachea, bronchi and bronchioles
147. Cardiac muscles are highly resistant to fatigue mainly due to the presence of
1)intercalated discs 2)branched muscle fibres and communication junctions
3)specialised autorhythmic muscle fibres
4)numerous sarcosomes and myoglobin molecules
148. Identify the correct combination from the following
Scientific name Respiratory organs Excretory organs
1)Astacus Dermal branchiae Green glands
2)Aplysia Ctenidia Meta nephridia
3)Aphrodite Parapodia Protonephridia
4)Ascidian Pharyngeal gill slits Proboscis gland
149. Echinoderm with elongated body and without arms,spines is
1)Gorgonocephalus 2)Thyone 3)Clypeaster 4)Antedon
150. Incorrect statement about "great white shark" from the following
1)Sharks exhibit physiological uraemia
2)They have placoid scales and heteroceracal caudal fin
3)Fertilization internal and viviparous in nature
4)Lobe finned fishes with air bladder acting as  hydrostatic organ
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151. Identify the correct match from the following
1)Gavialis-Vascular cloacal wall 2)Corvus-Urinary bladder present
3)Cervus-Intra abdominal testes 4)Trichechus-Six cervical vertebrae
152. Identify the uricotelic animal from the following
1)Land leech 2)Land snail 3)Desert fox 4)Camel
153. Incorrect match from the following
1)Paneth cells-lysozyme 2)Schawnn cells-myelin sheath
3)Dendritic cells-afferent neurons 4)Mast cells-inflammation
154. Which of the following is an exotic carp?
1)Tunas 2)Common carp 3)Cat fish 4)Oil sardine
155. Follicular hyperkeratosis is a/an
1)sex influenced trait 2)holandric character
3)sexlinked dominant trait 4)autosomal recessive character
156. Amniocentesis test is developed  mainly to
1)confirm the pregnancy 2)determin the sex of the foetus
3)detect the chromosomal abnormalities 4)findout the correct position of foetus
157. Which of the following disorder is not caused by trisomy(2n+1) in human beings?
1)Down syndrome 2)Turner's syndrome
3)Kline felter syndrome 4)Patau syndrome
158. In a family, blood groups of children are entirely different from that of parents only if
the blood groups of the parents are
1)A and B 2)AB and AB 3)AB and O 4)O and A or B
159. Correct match from the following
1)Mutation theory-Bateson 2)Survival of the fittest-Herbert Spencer
3)Principles of geology-Alfred Wallace 4)Biochemical recapitulation -Ernst Haeckel
160. The first human like being frugivorous in habit and hunted with sharp stony objects
was named
1)Australopithecus 2)Homo neanderthalensis
3)Homo habilis 4)Homo erectus
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136. In the case of suspected  filarial patients, blood samples are collected during night
time because the
1) patients do not feel much pain
2) filarial worms enter into blood from lymph during night time
3) microfilariae exhibit  nocturnal periodicity
4) adult worms are active in blood circulation during night time
137. The drug cocaine produces a sense of euphoria and increased energy levels as it
1)acts as amphetamine 2)stimulates adrenal glands to produce steroids
3)causes the inhibition of cholinergic nerves 4)interferes with the transport of dopamine
138. Which of the following is not a symptom of chronic malaria?
1)Splenomegaly 2)Hypertrophy of RBC
3)Cirrhosis of liver 4)Anaemia
139. In cockroach, the structures that help in locomotion on smooth surface are
1)claws and arolium 2)pulvillus and bristles of podomeres
3)plantulae on tarsus 4)plantulae, claws
140. Incorrect statement about the mushroom shaped gland of  Periplaneta americana from
the following
1)Helps in storage and excretion of uric acid
2)Secretes the innermost layer of spermatophore
3)Stores the sperms in the form of spermatophores
4)Nourishes the sperms
141. In a biological community Gauses principle explains
1)competition  among different species under unlimited resources
2)competitive exclusion of an inferior species due to the limited natural resources
3)coexistence of closely related species due to resource partitioning
4)intra specific competition due to limited natural resources
142. In India, grassland ecosystems are found mainly in
1)Ladakh region 2)Himalayan region
3)Deccan plateau 4)Western ghats
ZOOLOGY
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143. The influence of light on non-directional movement of animals is known as
1)phototaxis 2)photoperiodism 3)photokinesis 4)phototropism
144. According to the study of molecular systematics, the kingdom replaced by the two
kingdoms bacteria and archebacteria is
1)Fungi 2)Protista 3)Monera 4)Metaphyta
145. Identify the correct match from the following
1)Earth summit-Johannesburg, South Africa
2)Biosphere reserves-Norman Myers
3)Jim Corbett National park-first Indian national park in Gujarat
4)Cryopreservation-ex-situ conservation
146. In humans mucous connective tissue is present mainly in the
1)mucosa lining of gut 2)lining of alveoli of lungs
3)umbilical chord of newly born infants
4)walls of trachea, bronchi and bronchioles
147. Cardiac muscles are highly resistant to fatigue mainly due to the presence of
1)intercalated discs 2)branched muscle fibres and communication junctions
3)specialised autorhythmic muscle fibres
4)numerous sarcosomes and myoglobin molecules
148. Identify the correct combination from the following
Scientific name Respiratory organs Excretory organs
1)Astacus Dermal branchiae Green glands
2)Aplysia Ctenidia Meta nephridia
3)Aphrodite Parapodia Protonephridia
4)Ascidian Pharyngeal gill slits Proboscis gland
149. Echinoderm with elongated body and without arms,spines is
1)Gorgonocephalus 2)Thyone 3)Clypeaster 4)Antedon
150. Incorrect statement about "great white shark" from the following
1)Sharks exhibit physiological uraemia
2)They have placoid scales and heteroceracal caudal fin
3)Fertilization internal and viviparous in nature
4)Lobe finned fishes with air bladder acting as  hydrostatic organ
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151. Identify the correct match from the following
1)Gavialis-Vascular cloacal wall 2)Corvus-Urinary bladder present
3)Cervus-Intra abdominal testes 4)Trichechus-Six cervical vertebrae
152. Identify the uricotelic animal from the following
1)Land leech 2)Land snail 3)Desert fox 4)Camel
153. Incorrect match from the following
1)Paneth cells-lysozyme 2)Schawnn cells-myelin sheath
3)Dendritic cells-afferent neurons 4)Mast cells-inflammation
154. Which of the following is an exotic carp?
1)Tunas 2)Common carp 3)Cat fish 4)Oil sardine
155. Follicular hyperkeratosis is a/an
1)sex influenced trait 2)holandric character
3)sexlinked dominant trait 4)autosomal recessive character
156. Amniocentesis test is developed  mainly to
1)confirm the pregnancy 2)determin the sex of the foetus
3)detect the chromosomal abnormalities 4)findout the correct position of foetus
157. Which of the following disorder is not caused by trisomy(2n+1) in human beings?
1)Down syndrome 2)Turner's syndrome
3)Kline felter syndrome 4)Patau syndrome
158. In a family, blood groups of children are entirely different from that of parents only if
the blood groups of the parents are
1)A and B 2)AB and AB 3)AB and O 4)O and A or B
159. Correct match from the following
1)Mutation theory-Bateson 2)Survival of the fittest-Herbert Spencer
3)Principles of geology-Alfred Wallace 4)Biochemical recapitulation -Ernst Haeckel
160. The first human like being frugivorous in habit and hunted with sharp stony objects
was named
1)Australopithecus 2)Homo neanderthalensis
3)Homo habilis 4)Homo erectus
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161. Incorrect match from the following
1)MRI-aneurysm 2)EEG-epilepsy
3)PSA test-cervical cancer 4)PCR-HIV detection
162. The technique of attenuating or weakening of a microbe was developed by
1)Edward Jenner 2)Alexander Fleming 3)Louis Pasteur 4)Jonas Salk
163. Ampulla of vater is formed by the union of
1)common hepatic duct and pancreatic duct 2)common bile duct and  pancreatic duct
3)cystic duct and common hepatic duct 4)infundibulum and isthmus of fallopian tube
164. Adenoids are present in
1)nasopharynx 2)oropharynx
3)below the tongue 4)laryngophrynx
165. In human development, most of the organ systems are developed by the end of
1)first month 2)24 weeks 3)first trimester 4)8 weeks
166. The cells that provide nutrition to developing spermatozoa in testes are called
1)Kupffer cells 2)Leydig cells 3)Sertoli cells 4)Oxyntic cells
167. Rima glottidis is the narrow space between the
1)true vocal folds and false vocal cords         2)true vocal cords and arytenoids
3)corniculate cartilages and cuneiform cartilages  4)arytenoids and thyroid cartilages
168. Pneumoconiosis is caused by the
1)bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae
2)inhalation of coal dust and sulphur particles
3)release of vasodilator substances due to allergens
4)deposition of iron particles in alveoli of lungs
169. The specialised myocytes present in inner ventricular walls of heart beneath
endocardium are called
1)Chorde tendinae 2)Papillary muscles 3)Purkinje fibres 4)Columnae carneae
170. In human heart, the non functional valve in the right atrium is present at the opening
of
1)coronary sinus 2)superior venacava
3)inferior venacava 4)right atrioventricular aperture
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136. In the case of suspected  filarial patients, blood samples are collected during night
time because the
1) patients do not feel much pain
2) filarial worms enter into blood from lymph during night time
3) microfilariae exhibit  nocturnal periodicity
4) adult worms are active in blood circulation during night time
137. The drug cocaine produces a sense of euphoria and increased energy levels as it
1)acts as amphetamine 2)stimulates adrenal glands to produce steroids
3)causes the inhibition of cholinergic nerves 4)interferes with the transport of dopamine
138. Which of the following is not a symptom of chronic malaria?
1)Splenomegaly 2)Hypertrophy of RBC
3)Cirrhosis of liver 4)Anaemia
139. In cockroach, the structures that help in locomotion on smooth surface are
1)claws and arolium 2)pulvillus and bristles of podomeres
3)plantulae on tarsus 4)plantulae, claws
140. Incorrect statement about the mushroom shaped gland of  Periplaneta americana from
the following
1)Helps in storage and excretion of uric acid
2)Secretes the innermost layer of spermatophore
3)Stores the sperms in the form of spermatophores
4)Nourishes the sperms
141. In a biological community Gauses principle explains
1)competition  among different species under unlimited resources
2)competitive exclusion of an inferior species due to the limited natural resources
3)coexistence of closely related species due to resource partitioning
4)intra specific competition due to limited natural resources
142. In India, grassland ecosystems are found mainly in
1)Ladakh region 2)Himalayan region
3)Deccan plateau 4)Western ghats
ZOOLOGY
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143. The influence of light on non-directional movement of animals is known as
1)phototaxis 2)photoperiodism 3)photokinesis 4)phototropism
144. According to the study of molecular systematics, the kingdom replaced by the two
kingdoms bacteria and archebacteria is
1)Fungi 2)Protista 3)Monera 4)Metaphyta
145. Identify the correct match from the following
1)Earth summit-Johannesburg, South Africa
2)Biosphere reserves-Norman Myers
3)Jim Corbett National park-first Indian national park in Gujarat
4)Cryopreservation-ex-situ conservation
146. In humans mucous connective tissue is present mainly in the
1)mucosa lining of gut 2)lining of alveoli of lungs
3)umbilical chord of newly born infants
4)walls of trachea, bronchi and bronchioles
147. Cardiac muscles are highly resistant to fatigue mainly due to the presence of
1)intercalated discs 2)branched muscle fibres and communication junctions
3)specialised autorhythmic muscle fibres
4)numerous sarcosomes and myoglobin molecules
148. Identify the correct combination from the following
Scientific name Respiratory organs Excretory organs
1)Astacus Dermal branchiae Green glands
2)Aplysia Ctenidia Meta nephridia
3)Aphrodite Parapodia Protonephridia
4)Ascidian Pharyngeal gill slits Proboscis gland
149. Echinoderm with elongated body and without arms,spines is
1)Gorgonocephalus 2)Thyone 3)Clypeaster 4)Antedon
150. Incorrect statement about "great white shark" from the following
1)Sharks exhibit physiological uraemia
2)They have placoid scales and heteroceracal caudal fin
3)Fertilization internal and viviparous in nature
4)Lobe finned fishes with air bladder acting as  hydrostatic organ
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151. Identify the correct match from the following
1)Gavialis-Vascular cloacal wall 2)Corvus-Urinary bladder present
3)Cervus-Intra abdominal testes 4)Trichechus-Six cervical vertebrae
152. Identify the uricotelic animal from the following
1)Land leech 2)Land snail 3)Desert fox 4)Camel
153. Incorrect match from the following
1)Paneth cells-lysozyme 2)Schawnn cells-myelin sheath
3)Dendritic cells-afferent neurons 4)Mast cells-inflammation
154. Which of the following is an exotic carp?
1)Tunas 2)Common carp 3)Cat fish 4)Oil sardine
155. Follicular hyperkeratosis is a/an
1)sex influenced trait 2)holandric character
3)sexlinked dominant trait 4)autosomal recessive character
156. Amniocentesis test is developed  mainly to
1)confirm the pregnancy 2)determin the sex of the foetus
3)detect the chromosomal abnormalities 4)findout the correct position of foetus
157. Which of the following disorder is not caused by trisomy(2n+1) in human beings?
1)Down syndrome 2)Turner's syndrome
3)Kline felter syndrome 4)Patau syndrome
158. In a family, blood groups of children are entirely different from that of parents only if
the blood groups of the parents are
1)A and B 2)AB and AB 3)AB and O 4)O and A or B
159. Correct match from the following
1)Mutation theory-Bateson 2)Survival of the fittest-Herbert Spencer
3)Principles of geology-Alfred Wallace 4)Biochemical recapitulation -Ernst Haeckel
160. The first human like being frugivorous in habit and hunted with sharp stony objects
was named
1)Australopithecus 2)Homo neanderthalensis
3)Homo habilis 4)Homo erectus
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161. Incorrect match from the following
1)MRI-aneurysm 2)EEG-epilepsy
3)PSA test-cervical cancer 4)PCR-HIV detection
162. The technique of attenuating or weakening of a microbe was developed by
1)Edward Jenner 2)Alexander Fleming 3)Louis Pasteur 4)Jonas Salk
163. Ampulla of vater is formed by the union of
1)common hepatic duct and pancreatic duct 2)common bile duct and  pancreatic duct
3)cystic duct and common hepatic duct 4)infundibulum and isthmus of fallopian tube
164. Adenoids are present in
1)nasopharynx 2)oropharynx
3)below the tongue 4)laryngophrynx
165. In human development, most of the organ systems are developed by the end of
1)first month 2)24 weeks 3)first trimester 4)8 weeks
166. The cells that provide nutrition to developing spermatozoa in testes are called
1)Kupffer cells 2)Leydig cells 3)Sertoli cells 4)Oxyntic cells
167. Rima glottidis is the narrow space between the
1)true vocal folds and false vocal cords         2)true vocal cords and arytenoids
3)corniculate cartilages and cuneiform cartilages  4)arytenoids and thyroid cartilages
168. Pneumoconiosis is caused by the
1)bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae
2)inhalation of coal dust and sulphur particles
3)release of vasodilator substances due to allergens
4)deposition of iron particles in alveoli of lungs
169. The specialised myocytes present in inner ventricular walls of heart beneath
endocardium are called
1)Chorde tendinae 2)Papillary muscles 3)Purkinje fibres 4)Columnae carneae
170. In human heart, the non functional valve in the right atrium is present at the opening
of
1)coronary sinus 2)superior venacava
3)inferior venacava 4)right atrioventricular aperture
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171. Which of the following hormones are not antagonistic to each other in their actions?
1)Parathormone and calcitonin 2)Somatocrinin and somatostatin
3)Cortisol and Catecholamines 4)Aldosterone and atrial natriuretic peptide
172. Prostaglandins are derivatives of
1)tryptophan 2)tyrosine 3)glycoproteins 4)eicosanoids
173. The vestibular apparatus concerned with body equilibrium is constituted by
1)saccule and utricle 2)ampullae and cristae
3)maculae and vestibule 4)semicircular canals and otolith organ
174. Inter ventricular foramina are connecting the
1)atria and ventricles in heart 2)paracoels and diocoel in brain
3)3rd and 4th ventricles of brain 4)right and left ventricles of heart
175. Joint between two adjacent vertebrae of mammals is an example of
1)symphysis and synarthrosis 2)synchondrosis and syndesmosis
3)diarthrose and syndesmosis 4)symphysis and amphiarthrosis
176. Hensen's disc is
1)part of primitive streak 2)part of sarcomere made of only myosin
3)primitive knot through which chordamesodermal cells involute to form notochord
4)bilaminar embryonic disc with epiblast and hypoblast
177. Autoimmune disease from the following
1)Glomerulo nephritis 2)Osteo arthritis
3)Rheumatoid arthritis 4)Meningitis
178. In the conduction of nerve impulse, relative refractory period coincides with the phase
of
1)depolarisation 2)repolarisation 3)hyperpolarisation 4)polarisation
179. In  kidneys, renal columns are made of
1)renal calyces 2)medullary pyramids
3)renal cortex 4)renal papillae
180. In the process of urine formation, selective reabsorption is minimum in this part of
nephron
1)Proximal convoluted tubule 2)Distal convoluted tubule
3)Henle's loop 4)Collecting duct
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