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Biosciences – Botany and Zoology Study Material बिभाग ‘झ’

 

  1. Pangolins are:

(1) Armadillos

(2) Scaly anteaters

(3) Toothless anteaters

(4) Earth pigs

Ans:- (2) Scaly anteaters

  1. The chief poisonous snakes of India are

(1) Cobra, Krait, Python, Wolf-Snake

(2) Sea snake, pit, viper, krait, cobra, cobra, rat-snake

(3) Russel’s viper, pit viper, cobra, cobra, krait, sea-snake

(4) Python, pit viper, Russel’s viper, cobra, krait

Ans:- (3) Russel’s viper, pit viper, cobra, cobra, krait, sea-snake

  1. The horned toads are:

(1) Amphibians with dry skin with horns on the head

(2) Lizards with horns on the head

(3) Ovoviviparous or oviparous

(4) Animals inhabiting hot and dry desert

(1) 1, 4

(2) 2, 3

(3) 1, 3, 4

(4) 2, 3, 4

Ans:- (4) 2, 3, 4

  1. Such fish that are found in rivers in Australia and Africa where water is too foul to support life with the usual gills are

(1) Dipnoins

(2) Lung fishes

(3) Sturgeons

(4) Guppies

(1) 1, 2

(2) 3, 4

(3) 1, 2, 4

(4) 2, 3, 4

Ans:- (1) 1, 2

  1. Deer park in the 17 acre land in Hauz Khas in Delhi, that house more than 205 deer, 125 rabbits and 1 neelgai besides the collection of ducks, faces closure because

(1) Of overgrowing population of deer

(2) Of infighting among deer and neelgai that leads to causalities

(3) Deer break their horns and neelgai that poses a to threat to their survival

(4) Food is becoming scarce for rabbits with increase in population of deer

(1) 1, 2

(2) 2, 3

(3) 2, 3, 4

(4) 1, 2, 3, 4

Ans:- (1) 1, 2

  1. Middle aged Indian women are most vulnerable to osteoporosis because

(1) They have genetically weaker bones

(2) Of post-menopausal decline in levels of estrogens

(3) Of increase in levels of calcitomin

(4) Deficiency of Ca++ in bones

(1) 1, 2

(2) 1, 3

(3) 1, 2, 3

(4) 1, 2, 4

Ans:- (4) 1, 2, 4

  1. Many birds keeping their beaks open for fairly long periods of time during hot summer months are reflective of

(1) Thirst

(2) Rapid shallow respiration and profuse salivation

(3) Panting

(4) Tetanus of muscles supporting beak (lock-jaw)

(1) 1, 4

(2) 2, 3

(3) 3, 4

(4) 1, 2, 3, 4

Ans:- (2) 2, 3

  1. Silicosis is a

(1) Kidney disease

(2) Liver disease

(3) Lung disease

(4) Lung disease

Ans:- (3) Lung disease

  1. Consider the following statements:

(1) The edible mushroom that we consume is the fruiting body of a fungus.

(2) The bamboos flower every 48 years

(3) The Amarbel (Cuscuta) is a parasitic flowering plant.

(4) The Theory of Spontaneous Generation of Life was categorically disproved by Jean Lamarck.

Which of the above statements are not true?

(1) 1 and 3

(2) 2 and 3

(3) 2 and 4

(4) 1 and 4

Ans:- (3) 2 and 4

  1. Consider the following plant diseases:

(1) Fire blight of apples

(2) Blackheart of potatoes

(3) Cadang – cadang disease of coconut palm

(4) Tundu disease

Which of above disease/s is/are not caused by bacteria?

(1) Only 1

(2) 1 and 3

(3) 2 and 3

(4) 2 and 4

Ans:- (3) 2 and 3

  1. Wallabies are:

(1) American opossums

(2) Australian Kangaroos

(3) Australian marsupials allied to kangaroos

(4) Tasmanian marsupial bandicoots

Ans:- (3) Australian marsupials allied to kangaroos

  1. Sources of Vitamin B12 are:

(1) Mushrooms, grains, nuts

(2) Dairy products and yeast extracts

(3) Bread, rice, broccoli and beans

(4) All of these

Ans:- (3) Bread, rice, broccoli and beans

  1. If the population of a particular species has decreased by over 80% in the last 10 years, the area of occurrence is less than 10sq. km, and there are less than 50 individuals of that species left, it is said to be

(1) Extinct in the wild

(2) Vulnerable

(3) Near threatened

(4) Endangered

Ans:- (2) Vulnerable

  1. In which of the following mammals, while walking, the fore and limbs of one side move together?

(1) Nilgai

(2) Giraffe

(3) Deer

(4) Camel

Ans:- (2) Giraffe

  1. The smallest of the living apes is:

(1) Gibbon

(2) Loris

(3) Orangutan

(4) None of the same

Ans:- (1) Gibbon

  1. Sinning organs that produce silken threads for the construction of spider web are located in:

(1) Prosoma

(2) Abdomen

(3) Mesothorax

(4) Opisthosoma

Ans:- (4) Opisthosoma

  1. Consider the following statements:

(1) The deer have hollow horns that are shed periodically

(2) The horns are extensions of the processes of frontal bones covered with velvety skin

(3) The horns, when present, are confined to both males and females

(4) The horns appear during the breeding season and are shed soon after, leaving small stumps to regrow in the next season

Which of the above statements(s) given above is (are) correct?

(1) 1 only

(2) 2 only

(3) 3, 4

(4) 2, 4

Ans:- (4) 2, 4

  1. Crystals formed from dry blood smears or stains aiding in forensic investigations are referred to as:

(1) Heme crystals

(2) Hematin crystals

(3) Ferri-haemochrome crystals

(4) Hemin crystals

 Ans:- (4) Hemin crystals

  1. Raw potatoes are not digested in humans because each of the potato granules has an outer coating of:

(1) Lignin

(2) Cellulose

(3) Lignin and cellulose

(4) Amylopectins

Ans:- (2) Cellulose

  1. Okapi, a rare giraffe-like animal resembling a cross between a giraffe and a zebra with a striped back and legs and a long neck has been discovered in:

(1) Virunga National Park in Congo

(2) Aberdare National Park in Kenya

(3) Kafue National Park in Zambia

(4) Yankari National Park in Nigeria

Ans:- (1) Virunga National Park in Congo

  1. Two national parks highly populated with one-horned rhinoceros are:

(1) Manas and Laokhowa

(2) Kaziranga and Orang

(3) Buracharpori and Kochmora

(4)  Kaziranga and Pabitro

Ans:- (4)  Kaziranga and Pabitro

  1. Keoladeo National Park is located in:

(1) Dehradun

(2) Bharatpur

(3) Mysore

(4) Chhattisgarh

Ans:- (2) Bharatpur

  1. Llama differs from a camel in

(1) The absence of a hump

(2) The presence of two humps

(3) Having woolly hair

(4) Restricted to high altitudes in North America

(1) 1, 3

(2) 2, 3

(3) 1, 3, 4

(4) 2, 3, 4

Ans:- (1) 1, 3

  1. The tissue that consists of groups of 2, 4 or 8 cells is:

(1) Bone

(2) Cartilage

(3) Nervous tissue

(4) Muscular tissue

Ans:- (2) Cartilage

  1. The state that has managed to bring down the total facility rate (TFR) to the lowest in India is:

(1) West Bengal

(2) Maharashtra

(3) Kerala

(4) Karnataka

Ans:- (3) Kerala

  1. Joha is a highly aromatic variety of rice that can, in times to come, beat basmati rice in international market. It is grown primarily in:

(1) Andhra Pradesh

(2) Assam

(3) Meghalaya

(4) West Bengal

Ans:- (2) Assam

  1. The world’s heaviest mango weighing 5 pounds and 7 ounces was found recently (March, 2006) in:

(1) China

(2) Hawaii

(3) India

(4) Thailand

Ans:- (4) Thailand

  1. The fungus cordyceps sinensis (Keera Jhar), an animal parasite, grows in the higher reaches of Uttaranchal forests and is highly valued by the Chinese. Since its sale is banned, it is smuggled out by a network of cartel. It is valued for its:

(1) Antiaging properties

(2) Anticancer properties

(3) Antirheumatic properties

(4) Aphrodisiac qualities

Ans:- (4) Aphrodisiac qualities

  1. The Kaziranga National Park has been grappling for the past many years with a weed that stifles local vegetation, including the water grass that the onehorned rahino relished. This weed is:

(1) Acacia nylotica

(2) Eichhornia crassipes

(3) Mimosa invisa

(4) Parthenium

Ans:- (3) Mimosa invisa

  1. The country that produced world’s first transgesbnic glowing fish has also successfully bred fluorescent green pigs that glow like a torch-light in dark. Which country is credited with this?

(1) South Korea

(2) Sweden

(3) Taiwan

(4) United Kingdom

Ans:- (3) Taiwan

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