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Medical Entrance Zoology Question Answers Practice Test.

This Medical UG Entrance Zoology MCQ Questions Answers for all India and state level medical entrance Zoology exams: This mock test having 500 questions, with four choices. On each click on Zoology answers system will tell you where the answers is correct or incorrect. You can view this Medical UG Entrance test question details at the end of the quiz.

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Question 1
Fat is converted into fatty acid and glycerol by enzyme:      
A
amylase
B
lipase
C
ptyalin
D
trypsin
Question 2
Hypersecretion of growth hormone in the period of growth lead to:     
A
acromegaly
B
cushing syndrome
C
midgets
D
cretinism
Question 3
Which of the following enzyme digest protein in stomach?    
A
Trypsin
B
Pepsin
C
Crepsin
D
None of these
Question 4
Which part of our body secreted the hormone secretin ?     
A
ileum
B
stomach
C
duodenum
D
oesophagus
Question 5
Body cavity of adult Ascaris is:     
A
haemocoel
B
amphicoel
C
pseudocoel
D
schizocoel
Question 6
In a vertebrate which germ layer forms the skeleton muscles?     
A
Ectodenn
B
Endoderm
C
Mesoderm
D
Both ‘a’ and ‘c’
Question 7
Set which includes only analogous organts is:   
A
wings of butterfly, housefly and bat
B
hindlegs of horse grasshopper and bat
C
wings of btterfly and Wingspread fo bat and birds
D
mandibles of cockrach, mosquito and honey bee.
Question 8
Cancer of prostrate gland is caused due to exposure of:    
A
hydrocarbons
B
cadmium oxide
C
methane gas
D
strontium compound
Question 9
DNA synthesis occurs in.:     
A
prometaphase
B
prophase
C
interphase
D
telophase
Question 10
Lymphocytes are formed by:    
A
plasma cells
B
mast cells
C
liver cells
D
none of these
Question 11
Achilles tendon is associated with    
A
gluteus muscle
B
hamstring muscle
C
quadriceps muscle
D
gastrocnemius muscle
Question 12
Kala-azar disease is transmitted by:     
A
Tabinus
B
Solomax
C
Glossina
D
Phiebotomus
Question 13
In the 28th day human ovarian cycle, me ovulation takes place typically on    
A
1st day of the cycle
B
5th day of the cycle
C
14th day of the cycle
D
28th day of the cycle
Question 14
Kuhne:    
A
discovered parathyroid
B
coined the term enzyme
C
coined the term gene
D
discovered enzyme
Question 15
The enzyme, which combines with non-protein part to form a functional enzyme known as:     
A
co-enzyme
B
holoenzyme
C
apoenzyme
D
prosthetic group m
Question 16
Gynaecophoric canal is found in:   
A
Taenia sagginata (male)
B
Schistosoma haematobium (male)
C
Wuchereria. bar,crofti (male)
D
E. granulosus (female)
Question 17
Eggs of egg laying (prototherians) mammals are:     
A
macroledthal
B
telolecithal
C
alecithal
D
mesolecithal
Question 18
One gene one enzyme theory was given by:     
A
Temin and Baltimore
B
Watson and Crick
C
Robert and Koch
D
Beadle and Tatum.
Question 19
A cell is heterozygous at three gene loci, how many different type of gamete can it form?    
A
2
B
3
C
6
D
8
Question 20
The important function of lymph is to:    
A
transport oxygen to the brain
B
transport carbon dioxide lo the lungs
C
return RBCs to the lymph nodes
D
return interstitial fluid to the blood
Question 21
Turner’s syndrome chromosome pattern is:    
A
XO
B
XXX
C
XYY
D
XXY
Question 22
Which of the following is correct pair of disease and its causing agent?     
A
Soft - sour—Bacillus breueis
B
Gonorrhoea—Entamoeba
C
Syphilis — Troponema pallidum
D
Urethritis—Bacillus ant hracis
Question 23
The condition in which there are more than two complete set of chromosome is called:    
A
polytene
B
monoploidy
C
polyploidy
D
aneuploidy
Question 24
In human the inheritance of sex linkage takes place through:     
A
autosomes
B
V. chromosome
C
X — chromosome
D
both ‘b’ and ‘c’
Question 25
Which of the following is not found in Hydra?     
A
Epithelio-muscular cells
B
Cnidocyte
C
Choanocyte
D
Nerve cells
Question 26
Intercellular communication in multicellular organism occurs through   
A
digestive system only
B
respiratory system only
C
nervous system only
D
both nervous and endocrine system
Question 27
Number of cranial nerves in frog:    
A
10 pairs
B
9 pairs
C
12 pairs
D
none of the above
Question 28
Commercial silk is obtained from   
A
cocoon/pupa
B
caterpiller
C
adult moth
D
both egg and adult moth
Question 29
Veliger larva is found in the phylum:    
A
Mollusca
B
Echinodermata
C
Arthropoda
D
Cnidaria
Question 30
Mammalian prolactin is secreted by:   
A
adenohypophysis
B
neurohypophysis
C
adrenal cortex
D
adrenal medulla
Question 31
Food storage in Leucosolenia occur by:     
A
ostia
B
osculum
C
thesocytc
D
spongocoel
Question 32
Book lungs are respiratory organs of:     
A
Mollusca
B
mammals
C
Arachnida
D
earthworm
Question 33
Which of the following Is a X-linked disease?     
A
Tetany
B
Colourblindness
C
Xeroderma
D
Hypertricosis
Question 34
Which of the following structure in Pheretima post huma plays the role of the liver of vertebrates?    
A
Calciferous glands
B
Gland cells
C
Chloragogen cells
D
Cliteller cells
Question 35
How many sperms are formed by four primary spermatocyte:     
A
1
B
4
C
16
D
32
Question 36
Tasmanian wolf is a marsupial while wolf is a placental mammal this shows:   
A
convergent evolution
B
divergent evolution
C
parallelism
D
inheritance of acquired characters
Question 37
A eukaryotic gene contains two kinds of base sequences. Which of these plays an important role in protein synthesis?     
A
Introns
B
Exons
C
Both ‘a’ and ‘b’
D
None of the above
Question 38
The leucocytes contain which of the following in large quantity?     
A
basophils
B
neutrophils
C
eosinophils
D
monocytes
Question 39
Chloragogen cells of earthworms are analogous to vertebrate:     
A
lungs
B
liver
C
gut
D
kidneys
Question 40
The immediate cause of induction of ovulation in human female Is large plasma surge of:     
A
LH
B
FSH
C
estrodiol
D
progesterone
Question 41
A haemophilic woman marries a normal man then:    
A
all the children will be normal
B
all the sons will be haemophilic
C
all the girls will be haemophilic
D
half girls will be haemophilic
Question 42
Organs which differ in origin but perform similar functions:     
A
analogous
B
homologous
C
vestigial
D
any of above
Question 43
Haemocoel is found in:    
A
Hydra and Aurelia
B
Taenia and Ascaris
C
cockroach and Pila
D
Balanogiossus and Herdmonia
Question 44
Cardiac output is determined by:     
A
heart rate
B
stroke volume
C
blood flow
D
both ‘a’ and ‘b’
Question 45
During inspiration, the diaphragm   
A
expands
B
shows no change
C
contracts and flattens
D
relaxes to become dome-saped
Question 46
Glycolysis occurs in:     
A
cytoplasm
B
nucleus
C
mitochondria
D
both a’ and ‘c’
Question 47
Trochophore is the larva of:    
A
Neopilina
B
Chiton
C
Pila
D
all of these
Question 48
Which of the following symmetry is found in adult sea-anemone?    
A
Radial
B
Biradial
C
Bilateral
D
Spherical
Question 49
The group of anamniota includes:    
A
reptiles and birds
B
birds and mammals
C
fishes and amphibians
D
reptiles, and mammals
Question 50
As insecticides reach at higher trophic level in food chain their concentration    
A
increases
B
become irregular
C
remain constant
D
decreases
Question 51
The yellow colour of urine is due to the presence of:     
A
urea
B
uric acid
C
urochrome
D
bilirubin
Question 52
The amount of bile released in- proportion to the amount of:     
A
fat in meal
B
protein in meal
C
carbohydrate in meal
D
all of the above
Question 53
Predation and parasitism are which type of in teractions?      
A
++
B
+-O
C
-
D
+-
Question 54
Sigmoid notch is formed by:    
A
cavity formed by humerus
B
cavity formed by radio ulna
C
cavity formed by tibio fibula
D
cavity formed by femur
Question 55
All worms are:     
A
triploblastic
B
segmented
C
endo-parasites
D
free — living
Question 56
The origin of kidney and ureter in Rano tigrina is:    
A
all mesodermal
B
all endodermal
C
ectodermal and mesodennal
D
mesodermal and endodermal
Question 57
Coelom derived from blastocoel is known as:     
A
haemocoel
B
entero coelom
C
pseudocoelom
D
schizocoel
Question 58
In which of the following class of Annelida, one pair ovaries and several pair testes are found?     
A
Archiannelida
B
Hirudinea
C
Oligochaeta
D
Polychaeta
Question 59
Thyroid deficiency infant leads to:    
A
hypothyroidism
B
myxoedema
C
cretinism
D
thyrotoxicosis
Question 60
Which of the following is the most toxic excretory product?    
A
CO
B
Urea
C
Ammonia
D
Ammo acids
Question 61
Which of the following character is presence essentialy in chordates?   
A
Ventral spinal chord
B
Dorsal heart
C
Pharyngeal gill slits
D
Blood flow in forward direction in ventral blood vessels
Question 62
Continuous bleeding from an injured part of body is due to deficiency of:    
A
vitamin A
B
vitamin B
C
vitamin K
D
vitamin E
Question 63
Teeth of rabbits are:     
A
thecodont
B
diphyodont
C
heterodont
D
all of these
Question 64
Debove’s membrane is a layer of:     
A
muscular tissue
B
epithelial tissue
C
connective tissue
D
all of the above
Question 65
The oxygen toxicity is related with:   
A
blood poisoning
B
collapse of alveolar walls
C
failure of ventilation of lungs
D
both ‘a’ and ‘b’
Question 66
Which of the following is not vestigial in man?    
A
Tail vertebrae
B
Nails
C
Nictitating membrane
D
Vennifomn appendix
Question 67
Ecdysone is secreted from:    
A
insecta
B
trematoda
C
nematoda
D
polycheta
Question 68
In honey bee royal jelly is secreted from:     
A
corp gland
B
wax gland
C
pharyngeal gland
D
salivary gland
Question 69
Bowman’s capsule is found in:    
A
glomerulus
B
uriniferous tubule
C
nephron
D
malpighian capsule
Question 70
Down’s syndrome is characterised by:    
A
21st trisomy
B
two X and one V chromosomes
C
19 trisomy
D
only one X chromosome
Question 71
Indian species of silkworm is:    
A
Bombyx mon
B
Apaphia
C
Aroylei
D
Aosscaman
Question 72
The peculiar pungent smell of cockroach is produced by the secretions of:     
A
pheromones
B
flame cells
C
abdominal glands
D
cervical glands
Question 73
Which of the following part of a neuron is covered by fatty sheath ?    
A
axon
B
cyton
C
dendrite
D
node of Ranvier
Question 74
Which of the following is not a case of epi morphosis?   
A
Formation of sperms from small clumps of cells
B
Regeneration of tail in a lizard
C
Replacement of severed arm in starfish
D
Replacement of limb in salamander
Question 75
WhIch of the following Is a motor nerve?     
A
Optic
B
Abducens
C
Auditory
D
Trigeminal nerve
Question 76
Which of the following organs is not involved in the elicitation of immune response?     
A
Brain
B
Lymph nodes
C
Spleen
D
Thymus
Question 77
The term genetic engineering is used for:   
A
blotting technique
B
RNA reaction technique
C
protien synthesis technique
D
recombinant DNA technique
Question 78
The main cause of Edward syndrome Patau syndrome and Down syndrome is:   
A
mutation of gene
B
change in both autosomes and heterosomes
C
change in autosomes
D
change in heterosomes
Question 79
Convergent Evolution’ is shown by:    
A
homologous organs
B
analogous organs
C
vestigial organs
D
above three
Question 80
When an animal has both the characters of male and female it is called     
A
intersex
B
super male
C
super female
D
gynandromorphy
Question 81
Lamarck was:   
A
French botanist who late become zoologist
B
English naturalist (gave theory of evolution)
C
French scientist (inheritance of acquired characters)
D
French scientist (law of inheritance)
Question 82
Cranial nerves numbering IV, V, VI are:   
A
trochlear, trigeminal, abducens
B
trochlear, trigeminal, facial
C
auditory, facial, trochlear
D
auditory, trochlear, facial
Question 83
‘Digestion’ word means:   
A
buring of food
B
oxidation of food
C
hydrolysis of food
D
break down of food
Question 84
Gonadotropins are secreted from:    
A
gonads
B
post pituitary
C
anterior pituitary
D
hypothalamus
Question 85
Striped muscles are characterised by:     
A
syncytial
B
spindle shape
C
uninucleate
D
none of the above
Question 86
Glomerular filtrate is:   
A
blood minus blood corpuscles and plasma protein
B
blood minus corpuscles
C
mixture of water, ammonia and corpuscles
D
urine
Question 87
Which of the following is concerned with the formation of urea in rabbit?     
A
Blood
B
Kidney
C
Spleen
D
Liver
Question 88
Which of the following nerve is purely motor nerve?     
A
vagus
B
facial
C
abducens
D
trigeminal
Question 89
Insulin is secreted by:   
A
spleen
B
1 -cells of pancreas
C
a -cells of pancreas
D
mucosa of oesophagus
Question 90
Which of the following is colourless Hydra?       
A
Hydraused
B
Hydra viridis
C
Hydra oligactis
D
Hydra vulgaris
Question 91
Different colours of frog skin are controlled by:    
A
hormones
B
melanocytes
C
nervous system
D
both a’ and ‘c’
Question 92
As per classification which of the following is correct?   
A
Ascaris, Pherctima, Grasshopper
B
Hydra, Pterido, Leucosotenia
C
Starfish, Grasshopper, Solen
D
Pila, Den talium, Octopus
Question 93
Which of the following pair is characterized by swollen lips, thick pigmented skin of hands and legs and irritability?   
A
Iodine - Goitre
B
Protein - Kwashiorkor
C
Thiamine - Ben-ben
D
Nicotinamide - Pellagra
Question 94
Passive food ingestion in Amoeba Is known as:    
A
import
B
invagination
C
circumfluence
D
circumvallation
Question 95
 The molecular structure of insulin was first described by:    
A
Korenberg
B
Swaminathan
C
Richardson
D
Sanger
Question 96
Micturition reflex is related to:      
A
urination
B
ovulation
C
copulation
D
earthworm
Question 97
How many ATP are formed by oxidation of one glucose molecular in liver cells?    
A
36
B
38
C
2
D
8
Question 98
In humans schizont stage of Plasmodium is found in side;    
A
liver cells only
B
liver, spleen and blood cells
C
RBCs and liver cells
D
RBCs only
Question 99
The number of hydrogen bonds between adenine and thymine in a DNA molecule is:    
A
two
B
three
C
four
D
eight
Question 100
The excretory material of bony fish is:     
A
urea
B
protein
C
ammonia
D
amino acid
Question 101
The parasphenoid bone in frog forms:    
A
base of cranium
B
floor of cranium
C
dorsal side of cranium
D
dorsolateral side of cranium
Question 102
Sudoriferous glands occur in:    
A
lung
B
kidney
C
skin
D
alimentary canal
Question 103
Externally observable characters of an individual are called:    
A
phenotype
B
genotype
C
homozygous
D
heterozygous
Question 104
Defect in ammo acid metabolism may results in:     
A
albinism
B
porphyria
C
Wilson’s disease
D
phenylketonuria
Question 105
Which of the following steroid se hormone influenced secondary se organs?    
A
Progesterone
B
Oestrogen
C
LH
D
LTH
Question 106
Unwinding of DNA is done by:     
A
topoisomerase
B
exonuclease
C
helicase
D
tigase
Question 107
Reteroviruses have:     
A
only RNA as genetic material
B
only DNA as genetic material
C
DNA and RNA both
D
genes on nucleoprotein complexes as genetic material
Question 108
Which of the following hormone stimulates the gastric secretion ?     
A
Enterogastrone
B
Gastrin
C
CCK-PZ
D
Villlknin
Question 109
Blastula of frog has:     
A
blastopore
B
blastocoel
C
arahenteron
D
gastropore
Question 110
Lungs are enclosed in:     
A
pericardium
B
peritonium
C
perichondrium
D
pleural membrane
Question 111
Which of the following does not play a role in blood coagulation?     
A
Vitamin K.
B
Vitamin D
C
Calcium ions
D
Pibrinogen
Question 112
Sinus venosus is present in:    
A
birds only
B
birds and mammals
C
reptiles and birds
D
fishes, amphibians and reptiles
Question 113
Cyanide resistant respiration is characteristic of:      
A
viruses
B
bacteria
C
fungi
D
plants
Question 114
The universal recipient blood group is:     
A
O(+ve)
B
AB((+ve)
C
0 (-ye)
D
AB (-ye)
Question 115
Carotene pigment is found in the cells of:      
A
dermis
B
epidermis
C
adipose cell
D
both ‘b’ and ‘c’
Question 116
In ruminants bacterial action takes place in:      
A
rumen
B
reticulum
C
omasum
D
both (a) and (b)
Question 117
The excretory material of bony fish is:    
A
urea
B
protein
C
ammonia
D
amino acid
Question 118
Which of the following is a coelenlerate?     
A
Sea lily
B
Sea squirt
C
Sea cucumber
D
Sea fan
Question 119
Interbreeding population of animals is called:     
A
sub-species
B
species
C
community
D
genus
Question 120
In the life cycle of mosquito, comma-shaped stage is:     
A
larval stage
B
pupal stage
C
imago stage
D
none of these
Question 121
In DNA, which is absent:     
A
Adenine
B
Thymine
C
Guanine
D
Uracil
Question 122
The genotype of a man having female sexual characters will be:    
A
XXY
B
XYY
C
XO
D
XXX
Question 123
The function of glyoxysome is:   
A
protein metabolism
B
carbohydrate metabolism
C
fat metabolism
D
protein synthesis
Question 124
Husband has blood group A and wife has blood group B. What is the blood group of children?    
A
A
B
B
C
AB
D
AIIA,B,ABorO
Question 125
Sex determination in humans takes place by:   
A
sex chromosomes of father
B
measurement of sperm
C
measurement of ovum
D
sex chromosomes of mother
Question 126
The leydig cells secrete:     
A
oestrogen
B
testosterone
C
progesterone
D
corticosterone
Question 127
If drosal nerve of spinal cord is broken down then its effect is    
A
no impulse is transmitted
B
impulse is transmitted but slowly
C
impulse is trasmitted fast
D
no effect on impulse
Question 128
Mongoloid condition is related with:     
A
nullisomy
B
monosomy
C
trisomy
D
autosomy
Question 129
Blood leaving liver and going towards heart is rich in     
A
bile
B
urea
C
ammonia
D
oxygen
Question 130
The function of pineal body is to:   
A
lighten the skin colours
B
control sexual behaviour
C
regulates the period of puberty
D
all of the above
Question 131
Which is called soluble FUMA?     
A
r-WA
B
t-RNA
C
m-RNA
D
hn-RNA
Question 132
ADP contains:     
A
one high energy bond
B
two high energy bonds
C
three high energy bonds
D
four energy bonds
Question 133
Which of the following is an enterocoelic invertebrate?     
A
Sepia
B
Cimex
C
Ophiothrix
D
Po!ygordius
Question 134
Tongue is under control of:   
A
trigeminal nerve
B
facial nerve
C
automatic nervous system
D
glossopharyngeal nerve
Question 135
The infective stage of Piasmodium Is:      
A
sporozoite
B
trophozoite
C
merozoite
D
schizont
Question 136
Which insect is useful for us?    
A
Periplaneta
B
Musca
C
Bombyx
D
Mosquitoes
Question 137
Which of the following does not match?   
A
Pancreas — Glisson’s capsule
B
Antigen — Antibody
C
Thyroid — Goitre
D
Enzyme — Substrate
Question 138
Which of the following cells arc associated with immune system of body?    
A
Neutrophils
B
Macrophages
C
Lymphocytes
D
All of these
Question 139
Ontogeny recapitulates phyogeny. This is:    
A
Pauling law
B
Hardey-Weinberg law
C
Biogenetic law
D
Thomas law
Question 140
During staravation what will be sequence of ending of food stuffs?   
A
Carbohydrate - Fat - Protein
B
Carbohydrate - Protein - Fat
C
Fat - Protein - Carbohydrate
D
Fat - Carbohydrate — Protein
Question 141
Cells which are secretory in function have abundant:     
A
lysosomes
B
E.R.
C
dictyosomes
D
osteosomes
Question 142
Fever in malaria is due to:    
A
entry of sporozoites into blood capillaries
B
entry of merozoites into liver cells
C
release of merozoites from red blood cells
D
entry of cryptomerozoites into red blood cells
Question 143
Lac is obtained from:    
A
Loccifer
B
Bombyx
C
Dactyloplus
D
Lytta
Question 144
The slime moulds are characterized by the presence of:    
A
elaters
B
pseudoelaters
C
capiltitium
D
capitulum
Question 145
Pearl oyster is a mollusc which belongs to class      
A
Cephalopoda
B
Pelecypoda
C
Scaphopoda
D
Gastropoda
Question 146
The eggs of eutherian mammals are:    
A
mesolecithal type
B
microlecithal type
C
telolecithal type
D
megalecithal type
Question 147
The number of chromosomes in Klinefelter’s syndrome are;    
A
47
B
46
C
45
D
44
Question 148
Menstrual flow occurs due to lack of hormone:    
A
progesterone
B
FSH
C
oxytocin
D
vasopressin
Question 149
The presence of arginase confirms that:   
A
urea cycle is operating
B
urea cycle may be operating
C
arginine is being converted into ornithine
D
arginine is being converted into citrulline
Question 150
Which of the following does not match?   
A
Muscular movement — ATP
B
Heart — pace-maker
C
Monocyte —— haemoglobin
D
Nerve impulse — acetylcholine
Question 151
Sequence of DNA (Non-coding) is known as:    
A
exon
B
lntron
C
cistron
D
none
Question 152
Neural canal is present in:     
A
humerus
B
tibio-fibula
C
vertebral column
D
cranial bones
Question 153
Class Crustacea differ from Insecta in having;     
A
wo pairs of antennaet
B
jointed foot
C
chitinous cuticle
D
none of these
Question 154
Which of the following is a living fossil?     
A
Latimeria
B
Amia
C
Hippocampus
D
Exocoetus
Question 155
The chemical used in National Malaria Eradication Programme is:     
A
2,4-D
B
BHC
C
DDT
D
Pyrethroid
Question 156
5th cranial nerve of frog is:     
A
optic
B
vagus
C
trigeminal
D
ophthalmic
Question 157
Which of the following cell type is capable of giving rise to other cell types in sponges?     
A
Thesocytes
B
Pinacocytes
C
Collencytes
D
Archaeocytes
Question 158
Maximum absorption of water occurs in:    
A
colon
B
rectum
C
large intestine
D
small intestine
Question 159
Quill feathers at the base of quill wings are called:      
A
remiges
B
barbules
C
cove rts
D
down feathers
Question 160
Kaziranga National Park is famous for:     
A
Rhinoceros
B
Tiger
C
Asiatic lion
D
Nilgai
Question 161
Confusion technique involves the use of:     
A
juvenile hormone
B
pheromones
C
ecdysomes
D
hormones
Question 162
Example of Analogous organs is:    
A
wings of bird and insect
B
forelimbs of horse and man
C
teeth of elephant and man
D
none of the above
Question 163
The lining of intestine and kidneys in humans is:    
A
keratinized
B
brush borde
C
ciliated
D
none of these
Question 164
A condition in which body’s internal environment remains relatively constant within limits Is called    
A
homeostasis
B
hemostasis
C
hematoma
D
haemopoiesis
Question 165
Formation of RNA from DNA is known as:     
A
transcription
B
translation
C
replication
D
recombination
Question 166
Rajaji national park is in:      
A
Karnataka
B
Rajasthan
C
Uttarakhand
D
Assam
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