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1. Largest corpuscles in human blood are (A) Erythrocytes (B) Monocytes (C) Lymphocytes (D) Basophils. (M.P.P.M.T. 1997) 2. Which identifies striated muscles ? (A) Cylindrical, striped and branched (B) Cylindrical, striped and uninucleate (C) Spindle, unbranched and uninucleate (D) Cylindrical, syncytial and unbranched. (C.P.M.T. 2005) 3. Thousand of years old …

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1. Proteolytic enzyme required for lysis of fibrinogen during fibrinolysis is (A) Plasmin (B) Fibrin (C) Platelet factor (D) Thrombin. (A.I.I.M.S. 1997.A.P.M.E.E. 2002) 2. Protein present in cartilage is (A) Cartilagin (B) Chondrin (C) Ossein (D) Oesein. (C.B.S.E. 1997, 2000) 3. Nissl’s granules are made of (A) Ribosomes/RER (B) SER …

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1. Epithelium of bronchi is (A) Simple cuboidal (B) Pseudostratified columnar (C) Simple squamous (D) Pseudostratified sensory. (M.RP.M.T. 1996) 2. Platelets are a source of (A) Fibrinogen (B) Calcium (C) Thromboplastin (D) Haemoglobin. (M.P.P.M.T. 1996) 3. Which is unrelated to blood coagulation ? (A) Fibrinogen (B) Fibrin (C) Bilirubin (D) …

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1. Mammalian erythrocytes are (A) Circular (B) Biconcave (C) Nonnucleated (D) All the above. (R.P.M.T. 1995, C.M.C. 2003) 2. Muscles develop from (A) Ectoderm (B) Mesoderm (C) Endoderm (D) All the above. (Manipal 1995) 3. Mammalian pinna is supported by (A) Hyaline cartilage (B) Calcified cartilage (C) Elastic cartilage (D) …

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1. Hump of camel is made of (A) Areolar tissue (B) Adipose tissue (C) Epithelial tissue (D) Muscular tissue. (A.M.U. 2005) 2. In Camel, the hump is mainly made of tissue (A) Areolar (B) Adipose (C) Muscular (D) Skeleton. (D.P.M.T. 1994) 3. Condition of having a number of nuclei in …

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Microbiology competitive exam objective questions

1. Mode of action of quinolone antibiotics on growing bacteria was thought to be a. Inhibition of â lactamase b. Prevention of the cross linking of glycine c. Inhibition of DNA gyrase d. Inhibition of reverse transcriptase 2. The role that human play in the plague life cycle is a. …

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Previous Biology exam questions: Animal Tissue – 10

1. Nodes of Ranvier occur in (A) Cell body (B) Right atrium (C) Right ventricle (D) Axons. (M.P.P.M.T. 1993, 2000, Karnataka 2004) 2. R.B.C. are found stored in (A) Bone Marrow (B) Liver (C) Spleen (D) All of the above. (Bih. P.M.T. 1994) 3. Formation of red blood is called …

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Previous Biology exam questions: Animal Tissue – 9

1. In normal healthy female, the number of RBC/mm3 of blood is (A) 6.5-7.0 million (B) 5.5-6.0 million (C) 4.5-5.0 million (D) 3.5 – 4.0 million. (J.K. C.M.E.E. 1992) 2. Bone forming cells are (A) Osteoblasts (B) Osteoclasts (C) Chondroclasts (D) Chondroblasts. (C.B.S.E. 1992, M.P.P.M.T. 1995, Karn. 1998) 3. Component …

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Previous Biology exam questions: Animal Tissue – 8

1. A tissue in which matrix is the source of structural and functional performance is (A) Muscular (B) Epithelial (C) Connective (D) Nervous. (Bih.P.M.T. 1988) 2. Cells occurring in the bones are (A) Osteoblasts (B) Osteocytes (C) Chondroblasts (D) Chondrocytes. (C.P.M.T. 1988) : 3. Haversian canals occur in (A) Humerus …

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Previous Biology exam questions: Animal Tissue – 7

1. As compared to blood, lymph contains (A) More protein, same number of leucocytes mainly lymphocytes and few erythrocytes (B) Less protein, more leucocytes chiefly granulocytes and a few erythrocytes (C) Less protein, large number of leucocytes mainly lymphocytes and a few granulocytes, no erythrocytes. (D) Less protein, same number …

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Previous Biology exam questions: Animal Tissue – 6

1. Haversian canals are found in (A) Muscle (B) Nerve (C) Cartilage (D) Bone. (A.F.M.C. 1985, Manipal 1995) 2. Haversian canals of a bone are connected by transverse canals known as (A) Bidder’s canal (B) Inguinal canals (C) Semicircular canals (D) Volkman’s canals. (C.P.M.T. 1979, D.P.M.T. 1985) 3. Major inorganic …

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Microbiology Questions and Answers

1. Streptococcus pyogens produce infection – a. Streptococcal sore throat b. Acute glomerulo nephritis c. Rheumatic fever d. None of these 2. Salmonella which can cause prolong septicaemia. a. Salmonella anetum b. Salmonella cholerasuis c. Salmonella typhimurium d. Salmonella entritidis 3. E.coli produce which type of toxins? a. Exotoxins b. …

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Zoology MCQ exam question answer collection – 1

1 Which of the following has maximum genetic diversity in India? (1) Rice (2) Mango (3) Wheat (4) Groundnut AnswerAns: 12 Which organization publishes the Red Data Book? (1) GEF (2) IUCN (3) UNEP (4) WWF AnswerAns: 23 The largest tiger reserve in India is (1) Nagarhole (2) Valmiki (3) …

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Clark: Molecular Biology, 2nd Edition – Multiple Choice Question

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Botany MCQ exam question answer collection – 4

1 Which of the following is not a property of the genetic code? (1) Universal (2) Non-overlapping (3) Ambiguous (4) Degeneracy AnswerAns: 3 2 Genetic variation in a population arises due to (1) Mutations only 2) Recombination only (3) Mutations as well as recombination (4) Reproductive isolation and selection AnswerAns: …

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