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Saturday, January 26, 2008

Jr.Grand Test-1

41. Study of multicellular consumers is
(1) botany
(2) zoology
(3) mycology
(4) protistology

In Q.No.43,78,79 and 80. Sr.Students should answer the first question whereas Jr.Students should answer the second one
41. Study of multicellular consumers is
(1) botany
(2) zoology
(3) mycology
(4) protistology
42. Which of the following taxa may end with the suffix ‘–oidea’?
A. Super Family
B. Class
C. Sub-order
(1) A only
(2) A and C only
(3) B and A only
(4) A, B and C
43. Self-replicating extra-chromosomal DNA rings of bacteria are called
(1) phasmids
(2) plasmids
(3) plastids
(4) Amphids
Which of the following is true about Pielou’s evenness index?
(1) E= H max/ H'
(2) E=H’ / H max
(3) E= H' x H max
(4) H max = H’ x E
44. Consider the following statements about flagella:
I. Two central singlets microtubules are enclosed by membranous inner sheath.
II.The peripheral doublets are surrounded by a fibrous outer
PRotoplasmic sheath.
III. Axoneme has a total of 20 microtubules of which only 18 microtubules bear
dynein arms
IV. All microtubules of basal granule extend into the axoneme of the flagellum.
How many of the above statements are true?
(1) 0
(2) 1
(3) 2
(4) 3
45.Fastest protozoans are
(1) rhizopods
(2) sporozoans
(3) ciliates
(4) mastigophores
46. Which of the following statements about binary fission is false?
(1) In Paramecium, macronucleus and micronucleus divide simultaneously.
(2) In Euglena, contractile vacuole, stigma and paraflagellar body disappear
before binary fission and newly appear in the daughter individuals.
(3) In Paramecium, contractile vacuoles and cytopharynx of parent do not
disappear during binary fission.
(4) In Paramecium and Euglena, each daughter individual develops one new
contractile vacuole.
47. Correct one about conjugation in Vorticella monilata is
(1) Male and female conjugants are motile.
(2) In postzygotic nuclear divisions, one is meiotic and the rest are mitotic.
(3) During formation of conjugants, micronucleus divides by mitosis while
macronucleus divides by meiosis.
(4) All the nuclear divisions in postconjugation fissions are mitotic.
48. Assertion(A) : Adamsia can be cut into two antimeres along only two
planes, and the antimeres on either side of one plane are
different from the antimeres on either side of the other plane
Reason (R) : Most body parts of Adamsia are arranged radially but some parts
are arranged in pairs.
(1) Both 'A' and 'R' are true and 'R' is the correct explanation of 'A'
(2) Both 'A' and 'R' are true but 'R' is not correct explanation of 'A'
(3) 'A' is true but 'R' is false
(4) 'A' is false but 'R' is true
49. Consider the following statements about cytoskeleton in animal cells:
I. Structures that help in maintaining the position of the organelles are
composed of different kinds of proteins.
II. Structures responsible for intracellular movements like cyclosis, and
transport of substances within the cell are hollow unbranched tubes
composed of tubulin.
III. Structures that occur on the periphery of the cell providing support and
generate the movement of the cell are composed of actin.
IV. Spindle fibres of mitotic spindle are constituted by the largest components
of cytoskeleton.
Which of the above statements are true?
(1) All except I
(2) All except II
(3) All except III
(4) All are true
50. Which of the following are associated with femur?
A. Cancellous Bone
B. Compact Bone
C. Reticular Tissue
D. Adipose Tissue
E. Hyaline cartilage
F. Dense Fibrous Tissue
(1) A, C, E and F Only
(2) B, D, E and F Only
(3) A, B, C, D and E only
(4) A, B, C, D, E and F
51. Nasal septum is made up of
(1) Fibrous cartilage
(2) Hyaline cartilage
(3) Elastic cartilage
(4) Calcified cartilage
52. Antigen-antibody complexes are engulfed by WBC that
(1) secrete fibrinolysin
(2) are functionally similar to mast cells
(3) produce plasma cells
(4) act as internal scavengers
53. Arrange the following structures in a skeletal muscle from outer to inner:
A. Endomysium
B. Sarcolemma
C. Myofibril
D. Myofilament
E. Fasciculus
F. Perimysium
G. Epimysium
(1) G  F  E  A B CD
(2) G  F  E  B A C D
(3) G  F  D  C B AE
(4) G  F  E  D B C A
54.Study the following about Pheretima posthuma:
Cells-Character-Function
I. Yellow cells-Vesicular bulging-Synthesis of silicates
II. Mucocytes-Elongated-Mucus secretion
III. Circular Cells-Characteristic marking-Excretion
IV. Phagocytes-Membranous folds-Protection
Which of the above are true?
(1) Only II and IV
(2) Only I, II and IV
(3) Only II, III and IV
(4) All are true
55. Arrange the following numbers related to Pheretima posthuma in an ascending
order:
A. Number of transverse septa without septal nephridia.
B. Number of non-perforate septa.
C. Number of perforate septa without septal nephridia.
D. Number of conical septa.
E. Number of septa without septal nephridia.
F. Number of thick and muscular conical septa.
G. Number of non-perforate transverse septa.
(1) C less than G less than A less than F less than D less than B less than E
(2) C less than A less than G less than F less than D less than B less than E
(3) C less than G less than A less than F less than D less than B = E
(4) C less than G less than F less than A less than D less than B less than E
56. Consider the following statements about Pheretima posthuma:
I. Dorsal blood vessel shows posteroanterior peristaltic movement.
II. Throughout its length, ventral blood vessel distributes blood to
alimentary canal.
III. In the first 13 segments, dorsal vessel supplies blood to the anterior part
of the gut only.
IV. The ventral blood vessel receives blood from the dorsal blood vessel
through the lateral hearts and from dorsal blood vessel and supraintestinal
blood vessel through the lateral oesophageal vessels.
Which of the above statements are true?
(1) Only I is true
(2) Only I and III are true
(3) Only I, II and III are true
(4) None is true
57. In Pheretima, highest number of nephridia are present in
(1) 14th segment
(2) 15th segment
(3) 16th segment
(4) 17th segment
58. In earthworm, gastrulation occurs due to the invagination of
(1) macromeres in animal hemisphere
(2) micromeres in animal hemisphere
(3) macromeres in vegetal hemisphere
(4) micromeres in vegetal hemisphere
59. Find the correct match.
(1) Postmentum - Stipes
(2) Glossa - Galea
(3) Mandible - Coxa
(4) Prementum - Cardo
60. Assertion (A) : Water cannot leave but CO2 can leave the body of cockroach
through exoskeleton.
Reason (R) : Epicuticle is impervious to water but allows the diffusion of
CO2
(1) Both 'A' and 'R' are true and 'R' is the correct explanation of 'A'
(2) Both 'A' and 'R' are true but 'R' is not correct explanation of 'A'
(3) 'A' is true but 'R' is false
(4) 'A' is false but 'R' is true
61. Photoreceptor cells in ommatidium of cockroach are
(1) lenticular cells
(2) vitrillae
(3) retinular cells
(4) tormogen cells
62. Buzzing sound of houseflies is due to
(1) halters
(2) tegmina
(3) hemi-elytra
(4) aristae
63. If an insect is awarded one point for each wing and half point for each reduced
wing and a bonus point for each wing useful for flight, what is the correct
order of points you will award to the following insects?
A. Periplaneta
B. Cimex
C. Pediculus
D. male Tachardia
E. Musca
(1) Cless thanBless thanDless thanE=A
(2) Cless thanB=Dless thanEless thanA
(3) Cless thanBless thanDless thanEless thanA
(4) C= D less than B less thanEless thanA
64. Term symbiosis was coined by
(1) de Candolle
(2) de Vries
(3) de Duve
(4) de Bary
65. Consider the following statements about Plasmodium vivax:
I. Micrometacryptozoites infect erythrocytes but not hepatocytes.
II.Macrometacryptozoites infect hepatocytes but not erythrocytes.
III. Sporozoites infect hepatocytes but not erythrocytes.
IV. Cryptomerozoites infect both hepatocytes and erythrocytes.
Which of the above are true?
(1) All except I
(2) All except II
(3) All except III
(4) All are true.
66. In Taenia solium, ootype is connected to isthmus through
(1) vagina
(2) vitelline duct
(3) oviduct
(4) vas deferens
67. Consider the following statements about Wuchereria bancrofti:
I. It is creamy white and filiform
II. Male and female worms are found coiled with each other in lymph vessels.
III. Anterior end is blunt and posterior end is pointed.
IV. Anterior part of pharynx is glandular and posterior part is muscular.
Which of the above are true?
(1) All except II
(2) All except III
(3) All except IV
(4) All are true.
68. Polymorphic cnidarians are characterised by
(1) endodermal cnidocytes
(2) non-cellular mesoglea
(3) calcareous exoskeleton
(4) gastric filaments
69. In ‘Sand worm’ correct path of passage of gametes is
(1) Testis Spermiducal funnel Vasa deferentia Exterior
(2) Ovary Coelom Oviduct Exterior
(3) Testis Testis sac Coelom Vasa deferentia Exterior
(4) OvaryCoelomNephridia Exterior
70. Set of tracheate arthropods is
(1) Musca, Spirostreptus, Heterometrus
(2) Pediculus, Scutigera, Lepsima
(3) Scolopendra, Sarcoptes, Sacculina
(4) Astacus, Periplaneta, Julus
71. Blood vascular system of the largest invertebrate is
(1) open type, with heart
(2) closed type, with heart
(3) open type, without heart
(4) closed type, without heart
72. Study the following
Echinoderm-Character-Class
I. Neometra-Closed ambulacral grooves-Crinoidea
II. Synapta-Spines absent-Holothuroidea
III. Gorgonocephalus-Branched arms-Ophiuroidea
IV. Echinodiscus-Two jawed pedicellariae-Echinoidea
The correct ones are
(1) II and III only
(2) I and III only
(3) III and IV only
(4) I and II only
73. In a lake, pressure in water at the lower limit of euphotic zone is
(1) 3042 millibars
(2) 5070 millibars
(3) 8112 millibars
(4) 9126 millibars
74. Which of the following relies on the surface tension of water for locomotion?
(1) Dytiscus
(2) Dineutes
(3) Daphnia
(4) Dugesia
75. A tropical fox, when compared to its counterpart in temperate region is expected to have
(1) smaller body, larger extremities, more pigmentation and less number of
vertebrae.
(2) smaller body, larger extremities, more pigmentation and same number of
vertebrae.
(3) smaller body, smaller extremities, more pigmentation and less number of
vertebrae.
(4) larger body, larger extremities, more pigmentation and same number of
vertebrae.
76. Assertion (A): In a lake, oxygen content is low in profundal zone
Reason (R): Producers are absent in profundal zone
(1) Both 'A' and 'R' are true and 'R' is the correct explanation of 'A'
(2) Both 'A' and 'R' are true but 'R' is not correct explanation of 'A'
(3) 'A' is true but 'R' is false
(4) 'A' is false but 'R' is true
77. Assertion (A) : In exponential growth curves, growth of population is said to
be density independent.
Reason (R) : Regulation of growth rate is not dependent on population
density until the final crash
(1) Both 'A' and 'R' are true and 'R' is the correct explanation of 'A'
(2) Both 'A' and 'R' are true but 'R' is not correct explanation of 'A'
(3) 'A' is true but 'R' is false
(4) 'A' is false but 'R' is true
78. Match the following and choose the correct combination:
Year Event
A) 1992 (1) Vienna Convention
B) 1997 (2) Earth Summit
C) 1985 (3) Montreal Protocol
D) 1987 (4) Kyoto Protocol
E) 1984 (5) Bhopal gas tragedy
(1) A-2; B-3; C-4; D-1; E-5
(2) A-3; B-2; C-4; D-5; E-1
(3) A-2; B-4; C-1; D-5; E-3
(4) A-2; B-4; C-1; D-3; E-5
Match the following and choose the correct combination:
List – I List - II
A. Ecosphere (1) Biogeographic division of the earth's surface based on the
historic and evolutionary distribution patterns of plants and
animals.
B. Ecoregion (2) The total life supporting environment extending few metres
above and few metres below the surface of the earth.
C. Ecozone (3) An area that is uniform in environmental conditions and in
its distribution of animal and plant life.
D. Biotope (4) An area constituting a natural ecological community with
characteristic flora, fauna, and environmental conditions
and bounded by natural borders.
(1) A-2; B-1; C-4; D-5
(2) A-2; B-1; C-3; D-5
(3) A-2; B-1; C-5; D-4
(4) A-2; B-4; C-1; D-3
79. Action of acetylcholinesterase at synaptic junctions, can be inhibited by the pollutant
(1) Nickel
(2) Malathion
(3) Aldrin
(4) Aldicarb
Study the following:
Drug - Obtained From - Used in treatment of
I. Vinca - Vinblastin - Cancer
II. Quinine - Cinchona tree - Malaria
III. Digitalin- Foxglove plant- Chronic heart trouble
IV. Morphine - Poppy plant - Hypertension
Which of the above are true?
(1) Only I, II and III
(2) Only II and III
(3) Only II, III and IV
(4) All are true
80. Find out the wrong statement.
(1) National animal of India is protected in Corbett National Park.
(2) National animal of China is the mascot of WWF.
(3) National animal of country in which Chernobyl accident occurred is white
bear.
(4) National animal of the country in which Long Island accident occurred is
panda.
Which of the following became susceptible for extinction due to small population
size and low reproductive rate?
(1) blue whale and whooping crane
(2) woodland caribou and island species
(3) bald eagle and Bengal tiger
(4) blue whale and giant panda
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  1. I'm Grace...This is very informative. Thanx a ton.

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