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Karnataka CET Mock Test = Biology Paper

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Question 1
Haploid plants can be produced by :
A
pollen culture
B
cotyledon culture
C
embryo culture
D
meristern culture
Question 2
Movement of CO2 and O2 across the alveoli and capillaries takes place by  
A
imbibition
B
carrier transport
C
diffusion
D
active transport
Question 3
A monohybrid cross between two plants, one having 24 cm. long internodes and the other having 12 cm. long internodes, produced Fi hybrids all having 18 cm. long internodes. Fhis is a case of :
A
recessive dominance
B
multiple aliclism
C
compicte dominance
D
incomplete dorninancc
Question 4
A bipolar neuron has :
A
1 dendrite and I axon
B
2 axons and 2 dendrites
C
2 dendrites and 1 axon
D
2 axonc and 1 dendrite
Question 5
The nature of a fruit developing from a flower depends on the type of 
A
gvnoecium
B
pollination
C
fertilization
D
indroeciuni
Question 6
Which is the correct sequence oF 11w air passage in man?  
A
Nasal caviy—’pharynx---trachea — larynx bronchi —) bronchioles — alveoli
B
Nasal cavity —b larynx — pharynx-- trachea — bronchi —b bronchioles — alveoli
C
Nasal cavity — pharynx — larynx —, trachea —* bronchi — bronchioles —* alveoli
D
Nasal cavity —* larynx —* bronchi — pharynx — trachea —b bronchioles —* dveoli
Question 7
Which one of the following statements is correct with regard to the principle of safe blond transfusion?  
A
The donor’s red blood corpuscles should not contain antibodies against the recipient’s serum
B
The recipient’s serum should not contain antigens against the donor’s antibodies
C
The recipient’s serum should not contain the antibodies against the red blood corpuscles of the donor
D
The recipient’s red blood corpuscles should not contain antibodies against the donor’santigen
Question 8
The formation of erythrocytes in foetus takes place in   
A
liver and spleen
B
red bone marrow
C
blood plasma
D
sarcoplasm
Question 9
A decrease in photosynthetic rate with increased availabiltiy of oxygen is called:   
A
Warburg effect
B
Richmond Lang effect
C
Blackman’s law of limiting factors
D
Emerson enhancement effect
Question 10
The correct sequence of menings from inner to otuer side is:  
A
duramater —, arachnoid membrane —* piamater
B
dtiramater — piamater —b arachnoid membrane
C
piamater — arac}inoid membrane - du ramater
D
arachnoid membrane —b duramater — piamater
Question 11
One of the following is called Sewall lATright effect   
A
gciwtic drift
B
isolation
C
gene pooi
D
gene flow
Question 12
Which of the following is a mechanical harrier used in birth control ?  
A
Tuhectomy
B
Dalcon shield
C
vasectomy
D
Diaphragm
Question 13
The gases used in the spark-discharge apparatus were:   
A
H2, CH4 iind NI 13,
B
CO. NH3 and CH4
C
02, —2 and NH3
D
NH, CH4 and °2
Question 14
The “power house” of cell is   
A
mitochondria
B
Lysosome
C
ribosome
D
golgi complex
Question 15
The young one of cockroach is called:   
A
caterpillar
B
nymph
C
fingerling
D
maggot
Question 16
Which one of the fo1lo%’ing types of silk Is being produced ctensie1y in South Eit Asia  
A
Eri
B
Mulberry
C
Tassah
D
Muga
Question 17
Identify from tht.. Ic)llowEng jleml Iart%. the major conlrLbuk)rs to huimm looti ? 
A
Stem
B
Root
C
fruits
D
leaves
Question 18
Alcohol is the most :.illy accepted liarcoLLc drug. Excessive consumption of alcohol 1cad to   
A
state of hallucination
B
loss of memory
C
upprcsston of brain function
D
cirihosis of liver
Question 19
in which of the following plants. there will be no transpiration ?  
A
Aquatic, submerged plants
B
Planh living in dtserts
C
Aquatic plants with floating leaves
D
Phints growing in hilly regions
Question 20
Which o( the following groups ol algae do nnt have eiikaryotic organization ?  
A
Green algae
B
Blue-green algae
C
Red algae
D
Golden hron algae
Question 21
In the synthesis of which of the following, the DNA molecule is not directly involved?
A
rn-RNA molecule
B
Protein molecule
C
Another DNA molecule
D
t-RNA molecule
Question 22
Chioroplasts without grana are known to occur in
A
bundle sheath cells of C3 plants
B
mesophyll cells of C4 plants
C
bundle sheath cells of C4 plants
D
mesophyll cells of all plants
Question 23
The main function of lacteals in the human small inteiimiv is the absorption of
A
glucose and vitamins
B
amino acids and glucc.sc
C
witer and vitamins
D
l fatty acids nd glyceiol
Question 24
About 1000 ml of air is always known to remain inside the human Lungs. It is described as
A
inspiratory reserve volume
B
expilatoty reserve volume
C
residual volume
D
tidal volume
Question 25
The chemical nature of gibberellins is that they are:
A
acidic
B
alkaline
C
proteinaceous
D
amines
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Karnataka CET Mock Test = Chemistry

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Question 1
Glacial acetic acid is obtained by 
A
chemically separating acetic acid
B
treating vinegar with dehydrating
C
crystallising, separating and melting acetic acid
D
distiling vinegar.
Question 2
An ester used as medicine is
A
ethyl benzoate
B
methyl salicylate
C
methyl acetate
D
ethyl acetate
Question 3
Reaction of aniline with benzaldehyde is 
A
polymerisation
B
condensation
C
addition
D
substitution
Question 4
A compound that undergoes bromination easily is 
A
toluene
B
benzoic acid
C
phenol
D
benzene
Question 5
Iron loses magnetic property at
A
melting point
B
1000 K
C
Curie point
D
boiling point
Question 6
A salt producing hydrocarbon among these compounds is 
A
ethane
B
methane
C
ethene
D
ethyne.
Question 7
Water is a 
A
amphoteric acid
B
aprotic solvent
C
protophobic solvent
D
protophilic solvent
Question 8
3 g of oxide of a metal is converted to chloride completely and it yielded 5 g of chloride. The equivalent weight of metal is
A
12
B
20
C
33.25
D
2.325
Question 9
Chemical bond implies
A
attraction and repulsion
B
attraction and repulsion balanced at a particular distance
C
attraction
D
repulsion.
Question 10
Ammonium ion is 
A
neither an acid nor base
B
both an acid and a base
C
a conjugate acid
D
a conjugate base
Question 11
Half-life of a reaction is found to be inversely proportional to the cube of initial concentration. The order of reaction is 
A
5
B
2
C
4
D
3
Question 12
A cuprous ore among the following is 
A
cuprite
B
malachite
C
chalcopyrites
D
azurite
Question 13
The flame colours of metal ions are due to: 
A
Frenkel defect
B
Schottky defect
C
Metal deficiency defect
D
Metal excess defect
Question 14
The equivalent weight of a certain trivalent clement is 20. Molecular weight of its oxide is 
A
152
B
56
C
168
D
68
Question 15
The ratio of cationic radius to anionic radius in an ionic crystal is greater than 0.732. Its co-ordination number is: 
A
6
B
8
C
1
D
4
Question 16
When chlorine is passed through warm benzene in presence of the sunlight, the product obtained is 
A
Benztrichloride
B
Chlorobenzene
C
Gammexane
D
DDT
Question 17
Railway wagon axles are made by heating iron rods embedded in charcoal powder. This process is known as 
A
Tempering
B
Case hardening
C
Sherardising
D
Annealing
Question 18
The tripeptide hormone present in most living cells is 
A
glutathione
B
glutamine
C
oxytocin
D
ptyalin
Question 19
Kinetic energy of one mole of an ideal gas at 300 K in kJ is: 
A
3.74
B
348
C
34.8
D
3.48
Question 20
Energy is stored in our body in the form of: 
A
ATT
B
ADP
C
Fats
D
Carbohydrates
Question 21
4-chloro-3, 5-dimethyl phenol is called 
A
Chloramphenicol
B
Paracetamol
C
Barbital
D
Dettol
Question 22
Among the halogens, the one which is oxidised by nitric acid is:   
A
fluorine
B
iodine
C
chlorine
D
bromine
Question 23
The metal which does not form ammonium nitrate by reaction with dilute nitric acid is:   
A
AI
B
Fe
C
Pb
D
Mg
Question 24
When a mixture of methane and oxygen is passed through heated molybdenum oxide, the main product formed is: 
A
methanoic acid
B
ethanal
C
methanol
D
methanal
Question 25
The silver salt of a fatty acid on refluxing with an alkyl halide gives an: 
A
acid
B
ester
C
ether
D
amine
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Karnataka CET Mock Test = Physics

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Question 1
A body of mass 5 kg is thrown vertically up with a kinetic energy of 490 J. The height at which the kinetic energy of the body becomes half of the original value is (acceleration due to gravity = 9.8 ms-2)
A
5 m
B
2.5 m
C
10 m
D
12.5 m
Question 2
Two satellites of mass m and 9m are orbiting a planet in orbits of radius R. Their periods of revolution will be in the ratio of
A
9: 1
B
3: 1
C
1: 1
D
1: 3
Question 3
The following four wires of length L and radius r are made of the same material. Which of these will have the largest extension, when the same tension is applied?
A
L =100 cm, r =0.2 mm
B
L =200 cm, r=0.4 mm
C
L=300 cm, r=0.6 mm
D
L=400 cm, r=0.8 mm
Question 4
Two capillary tubes of different diameters are dipped in water. The rise of water is
A
the same in both tubes
B
greater in the tube of larger diameter
C
greater in the tube of smaller diameter
D
independent of the diameter of the rube
Question 5
Two tuning forks A and B, produce notes of frequencies 258 Hz and 262 Hz. An unknown note sounded with A produces certain beats. When the same note is sounded with B, the beat frequency gets doubled. The unknown frequency is
A
250 Hz
B
252 Hz
C
254 Hz
D
256 Hz
Question 6
A wire under tension vibrates with a fundamental frequency of 600 Hz. If the length of the wire is doubled, the radius is halved and the wire is made to vibrate under one-ninth the tension. Then the fundamental frequency will become
A
200 Hz
B
300 Hz
C
600 Hz
D
400 Hz
Question 7
Faintest stars are called
A
zero magnitude stars
B
second magnitude stars
C
sixth magnitude stars
D
dwarfs
Question 8
Wave front is the locus of all points, where the particles of the medium vibrate with the same
A
phase
B
amplitude
C
frequency
D
period
Question 9
Consider the following statement in case of Young’s double slit experiment. (1) A slit S is necessary if we use an ordinary extended source of light. (2) A slit S is not needed if we use an ordinary but well collimated beam of light. (3) A slit S is not needed if we use a spatially coherent source of light. Which of the above statements are correct?
A
(1), (2) and (3)
B
(1) and (2)
C
(2) and (3)
D
(1) and (3)
Question 10
A transformer works on the principle of
A
self-induction
B
electrical Inertia
C
mutual induction
D
magnetic effect of the electrical current
Question 11
Flash spectrum confirms a/an
A
total solar eclipse
B
Lunar eclipse
C
earthquake
D
magnetic storm
Question 12
Rutherford’s atomic model could account for
A
stability of atoms
B
origin of spectra
C
the positive charged central can of an atom
D
concept of stationary orbits
Question 13
The thermonuclear reaction of hydrogen inside the stars is taking place by a cycle of operations. The particular element which acts as a catalyst is
A
Nitrogen
B
Oxygen
C
Helium
D
Carbon
Question 14
If the scattering intensity of a liquid is 8 units at a wavelength of 500 rim, then the scattering intensity at a wavelength of 400 rim will be approximately
A
13 units
B
16 units
C
20 units
D
24 units
Question 15
Two identical conducting balls A and B have positive charges q1 and q2 respectively but q1 ≠ q2. The balls are brought together so that they touch each other and then kept in their original positions. The force between them is
A
less than that before the balls touched
B
greater than that before the balls touched
C
same as that before the balls touched
D
zero
Question 16
Red light of wavelength 625 nm is incident normally on an optical diffraction grating with 2x 105 lines/m. Including central principal maxima, how many maxima may be observed on a screen which is far from the grating?
A
15
B
17
C
8
D
16
Question 17
A closed organ pipe and an open organ pipe of same length produce 2 beats/second while vibrating in their fundamental modes. The length of the open organ pipe is halved and that of closed pipe is doubled. Then the number of beats produced per second while vibrating in the fundamental mode is
A
2
B
6
C
8
D
7
Question 18
A piano-convex lens is made of refractive index of 1.6. The radius of curvature of the curved surface is 60 cm. The focal length of the lens is
A
400 cm
B
200 cm
C
100 cm
D
50 cm
Question 19
An astronaut on a strange planet finds that acceleration due to gravity is twice as that on the surface of earth. Which of the following could explain this?
A
Both the mass and radius of the planet are half as that of earth
B
Radius of the planet is half as that of earth, but the mass is the same as that of earth
C
Both the mass and radius of the planet are twice as that of earth
D
Mass of the planet is half as that of earth, hit radius is same as that of earth
Question 20
Which of the following substances has the highest elasticity?
A
Sponge
B
Steel
C
Rubber
D
Copper
Question 21
What is the minimum thickness of a thin film required for constructive interference in the reflected light from it? Given, the refractive index of the film = 1.5, wavelength of the Light incident on the film =600 nm.
A
100 nm
B
300 nm
C
50 nm
D
200 nm
Question 22
Water is in streamline flows along a horizontal pipe with non-uniform cross-section. At a point in the pipe where the area of cross-section is 10 cm2 the velocity of water is 1 ms-1 and pressure is 2000 Pa. The pressure at another point where the cross-sectional area is 5 cm2 is
A
4000 Pa
B
2000 Pa
C
1000 P
D
500 Pa
Question 23
There is a uniform magnetic field directer perpendicular and into the plane of the paper. An irregular shaped conducting loop is slowly changing into a circular loop in the plane of the paper. Then
A
current is induced in the loop in the anticlockwise direction
B
current is induced in the loop in the clockwise direction
C
AC is induced in the loop
D
no current is induced in the loop
Question 24
A motorboat covers a given distance in 6 h moving downstream on a river. It covers the same distance in 10 h moving upstream. The time it takes to cover the same distance in still water is
A
9 h
B
7.5 h
C
6.5 h
D
8 h
Question 25
The spectrum of an oil flame is an example for
A
line emission spectrum
B
continuous emission spectrum
C
line absorption spectrum
D
band emission spectrum
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