Monday, October 29, 2012

NTSE SAT Quiz-15 (Biology)

NTSE SAT Quiz-15 (Biology)
NTSE SAT Quiz-15 (Biology)
Biology Quiz


Q1: Which of the following is a Gram positive bacteria?

(a) Cyanobacteria
(b) Eschericilia
(c) pseudomonas
(d) Preumococus

Q2: Cell wall in cork is impervious to water and gases due to the presence of 

(a) Lignin
(b) Suberin
(c) Cellulose
(d) Pectin



Q3: AIDS was first reported in

(a) Russia
(b) Germany
(c) USA
(d) China

Q4: A marine star fish was mistakenly put in freshwater lake and it died. What is the most likely explanation for its death?

(a) The star fish needed more time to acclimate to new conditions.
(b) The sea star is hyperosmotic to freshwater, so it it could not osmoregulate.
(c) The osmoregulatory system of the star fish failed to deal with changed ionic content present in the freshwater lake.
(d) The vacuoles which regulate water content in startfish ruptured in the freshwater.

Q5: Golgi bodies are NOT present in

(a) blue green algae
(b) living animal cells
(c) higher plant cells
(d) yeast

Q6: Which of the following is the smallest cell?

(a) Hen's yolk
(b) Ostrich egg
(c) Nerve cell
(d) Mycoplasma

Q7: What is proteomics?
(a) the linkage of each gene to a particular protein
(b) the totality of the functional possibilities of a single protein
(c) the study of the full protein set encoded by a genome
(d) the study of how amino acids are ordered in a protein

Q8: Who among the following said that 'fermentation is a biochemical process'?

(a) A Fleming
(b) Kitasate
(c) L. Pasteur
(d) Ivanowske

Q9: Insectivorous plants grow only in soils which have deficiency of 

(a) Nitrogen
(b) Calcium
(c) Copper
(d) Phosphorus

Q10: Cranial nerves originate in the brain. They are part of which system?
(a) peripheral nervous system
(b) central nervous system
(c) parasympathetic nervous system

(d) autonomic nervous system

Q11: Ozone depletion is caused by

(a) CO
(b) CO2
(c) SO2
(d) CFCs

Q12: In general a fruit is 

(a) a thickened style.
(b) an enlarged ovule.
(c) a mature ovary.
(d) a modified root

Q13: Western blot test is used for confirmation of 

(a) AIDS

(a) filaria
(c) malaria
(b) anaemia

Q14: Mature sperms ate stored in 

(a) epididymis
(b) vas deferens
(c) seminiferous
(d) seminal vesicles

Q15: Growth of human population is represented currently by
(a) lag phase
(b) stationary phase
(c) exponential phase
(d) exponential phase almost terminating stationary phase

Answers:
1: (d) Preumococus
2: (b) Suberin
3: (c) USA
4: (b) The sea star is hyperosmotic to freshwater, so it it could not osmoregulate.
5: (a) blue green algae
6: (d) Mycoplasma
7: (c) the study of the full protein set encoded by a genome
8: (c) L. Pasteur
9: (a) Nitrogen
10: (b) central nervous system
11: (d) CFCs
12: (c) a mature ovary.
13: (a) AIDS
14: (a) epididymis
15: (c) exponential phase

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