General Biology Page-11

101) What do calories measure?
(A) Weight
(B) Heat
(C) Movement
(D) Temperature

102) All the metabolic reactions in the organisms are catalysed by:
(A) Vitamins
(B) Hormones
(C) Enzymes
(D) Minerals

103) The membranous labyrinth of the ear is filled with:
(A) Lymph
(B) Endolymph
(C) Serum
(D) None of the above

104) Which of the following enzymes is present in the saliva?
(A) Bile
(B) Ptyalin
(C) Pepsin
(D) Rennin

105) The terminal part of vertebral column in man is called:
(A) Telson
(B) Urostyle
(C) Coccyx
(D) Pygostyle

106) The heart beat is initiated and regulated by nodal tissue made of specialised cardiac muscles called:
(A) Alveolar tissue
(B) Purkinje tissue
(C) Spongy tissue
(D) None of the above

107) RNA differs from DNA in containing:
(A) Cytokine
(B) Deoxyribose
(C) Ribose
(D) Phosphate

108) Who discovered the blood groups of man?
(A) Edward Jenner
(B) Larven
(C) Kari Landsteiner
(D) William Harvey

109) Glycogen is mainly stored in:
(A) Cartilage and bone
(B) Liver and muscles
(C) Spleen
(D) Villi

110) Pepsin converts:
(A) Protein into peptides in acid media
(B) Protein into peptides in alkaline media
(C) Protein into peptides in neutral media
(D) Starch into glucose

111) Redness in blood is because of the presence of:
(A) Iron in heme pigment
(B) Hemoglobin
(C) Copper in heme pigment
(D) All of these

112) Insulin in human body is produced in:
(A) Liver
(B) Kidney
(C) Pancreas
(D) None of these

113) Laws of Heredity were discovered by:
(A) Benjamin Franklin
(B) Darwin
(C) Mendel
(D) None

114) Turnip is a root described as:
(A) Napiform
(B) Fusiform
(C) Conical
(D) Tuberous

115) Which are the basic building blocks of proteins?
(A) Oxalic acids
(B) Amino acids
(C) Carbolic acid
(D) Sodium carbonate

116) What connects the small brain with the spinal cord?
(A) Cerebellum
(B) Medulla Oblongata
(C) Thalamus
(D) Cerebrum

117) What is the diploid number of man's chromosomes?
(A) 46
(B) 48
(C) 62
(D) 74

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