Biology (Botany, Zoology, Nutrition, Health, Agriculture, Ecology and Environment) : All SSC Exams Previous Years Questions Papers Solved Part 39

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Q.1:- Which of the following does not act both as an exocrine gland and as endocrine gland ?

  1. Pituitary
  2. Pancreas
  3. Testis
  4. Ovary

Q.2:- Which bacterial strain developed from natural isolates by genetic manipulations can be used for treating oil spills ?

  1. Pseudomonas
  2. Agrobacterium
  3. Clostridium
  4. Nitrosomonas

Q.3:- Respiration is regarded as a ?

  1. Synthetic Process
  2. Catabolic Process
  3. Anabolic Process
  4. Reduction Process

Q.4:- Bacteriophage was discovered by ?

  1. Felix D’Herelle and Frederick Twort
  2. Kluyver and Niel
  3. Paul Ehrlich
  4. Burrill and Smith

Q.5:- The type of kidneys present in frog are ?

  1. Mesonephros
  2. Metanephros
  3. Archinephros
  4. Pronephros

Q.6:- Root Hairs arise from ?

  1. Cortex
  2. Pericycle
  3. Epidermis
  4. Endodermis

Q.7:- The biggest single celled organism is ?

  1. Yeast
  2. Acetabularia
  3. Acetobacter
  4. Amoeba

Q.8:- Process through which plants reproduce ?

  1. Pollination
  2. Condensation
  3. Eating
  4. Evaporation

Q.9:- From which part of Opium plant we get morphine ?

  1. Leaves
  2. Stem
  3. Bark
  4. Fruit Coat

Q.10:- Carolus Linnaeus System of classification is ?

  1. Natural
  2. Artificial
  3. Binomial
  4. Phylogenetic

Q.11:- HIV often changes its shape due to the presence of an enzyme called ?

  1. Reverse Transcriptase
  2. Enterokinase
  3. Nucleotidase
  4. Nucleoditase

Q.12:- Interferons are synthesized in response to ?

  1. Bacteria
  2. Fungi
  3. Mycoplasma
  4. Virus

Q.13:- Which of the following organism possesses characteristics of a plant and an animal ?

  1. Euglena
  2. Mycoplasma
  3. Paramecium
  4. Chlorella

Q.14:- To reduce tooth decay most toothpastes contain a ?

  1. Bromide
  2. Fluoride
  3. Iodide
  4. Chloride

Q.15:- Transpiration increases in ?

  1. Hot, dry and windy condition
  2. Hot, damp and windy condition
  3. Cool, damp and windy condition
  4. Cool, dry and still condition

Q.16:- An organism that transmits disease from one individual to another is called ?

  1. Hybrid
  2. Fragment
  3. Vector
  4. Clone

Q.17:- The most suitable soil for the production of cotton is ?

  1. Black lava soil
  2. Alluvial soil
  3. Loamy Soil
  4. Well Drained Soil

Q.18:- Children especially in western countries who receive very little sunshine suffer from ?

  1. Rickets
  2. Dermatitis
  3. Scurvy
  4. Kwashiorkor

Q.19:- DPT vaccine is categorized as which of the following ?

  1. Anti-Viral Vaccine
  2. Anti-Protozoan Vaccine
  3. Anti-Rickettsial Vaccine
  4. A Combined Vaccine
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Q.20:- Inhibition of photosynthesis in the presence of O2 in C3 plants is called ?

  1. Hexose monophosphate shunt
  2. Pasteur effect
  3. Decker effect
  4. Warburg effect

Q.21:- Which of the following range of Air Pollutant index is considered as hazardous ?

  1. 301-500
  2. 201-300
  3. 101-200
  4. 401-500

Q.22:- Root cap is derived from ?

  1. Dermatogen
  2. Calyptrogen
  3. Protoderm
  4. Histogen

Q.23:- The substrate of photorespiration is ?

  1. Fructose
  2. Pyruvic Acid
  3. Glycolate
  4. Glucose

Q.24:- Meibomian glands are located in ?

  1. Eye
  2. Ear
  3. Nose
  4. Skin

Q.25:- Which of the following is a fish ?

  1. Jelly Fish
  2. Lobster
  3. Salmon
  4. Whale

 

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