Zoology Question Answers Practice Test

Medical Entrance Zoology Question Answers Practice Test.

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Question 1
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 2
Blood leaving liver and going towards heart is rich in     
A
bile
B
urea
C
ammonia
D
oxygen
Question 3
Which of the following is not vestigial in man?    
A
Tail vertebrae
B
Nails
C
Nictitating membrane
D
Vennifomn appendix
Question 4
In a vertebrate which germ layer forms the skeleton muscles?     
A
Ectodenn
B
Endoderm
C
Mesoderm
D
Both ‘a’ and ‘c’
Question 5
The function of glyoxysome is:   
A
protein metabolism
B
carbohydrate metabolism
C
fat metabolism
D
protein synthesis
Question 6
Tongue is under control of:   
A
trigeminal nerve
B
facial nerve
C
automatic nervous system
D
glossopharyngeal nerve
Question 7
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 8
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 9
The number of hydrogen bonds between adenine and thymine in a DNA molecule is:    
A
two
B
three
C
four
D
eight
Question 10
Organs which differ in origin but perform similar functions:     
A
analogous
B
homologous
C
vestigial
D
any of above
Question 11
Unwinding of DNA is done by:     
A
topoisomerase
B
exonuclease
C
helicase
D
tigase
Question 12
The immediate cause of induction of ovulation in human female Is large plasma surge of:     
A
LH
B
FSH
C
estrodiol
D
progesterone
Question 13
The term genetic engineering is used for:   
A
blotting technique
B
RNA reaction technique
C
protien synthesis technique
D
recombinant DNA technique
Question 14
Neural canal is present in:     
A
humerus
B
tibio-fibula
C
vertebral column
D
cranial bones
Question 15
In DNA, which is absent:     
A
Adenine
B
Thymine
C
Guanine
D
Uracil
Question 16
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 17
Cyanide resistant respiration is characteristic of:      
A
viruses
B
bacteria
C
fungi
D
plants
Question 18
Eggs of egg laying (prototherians) mammals are:     
A
macroledthal
B
telolecithal
C
alecithal
D
mesolecithal
Question 19
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 20
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 21
Coelom derived from blastocoel is known as:     
A
haemocoel
B
entero coelom
C
pseudocoelom
D
schizocoel
Question 22
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 23
Mammalian prolactin is secreted by:   
A
adenohypophysis
B
neurohypophysis
C
adrenal cortex
D
adrenal medulla
Question 24
Different colours of frog skin are controlled by:    
A
hormones
B
melanocytes
C
nervous system
D
both a’ and ‘c’
Question 25
Striped muscles are characterised by:     
A
syncytial
B
spindle shape
C
uninucleate
D
none of the above
Question 26
In ruminants bacterial action takes place in:      
A
rumen
B
reticulum
C
omasum
D
both (a) and (b)
Question 27
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 28
Which of the following is the most toxic excretory product?    
A
CO
B
Urea
C
Ammonia
D
Ammo acids
Question 29
Kaziranga National Park is famous for:     
A
Rhinoceros
B
Tiger
C
Asiatic lion
D
Nilgai
Question 30
Which of the following part of a neuron is covered by fatty sheath ?    
A
axon
B
cyton
C
dendrite
D
node of Ranvier
Question 31
The eggs of eutherian mammals are:    
A
mesolecithal type
B
microlecithal type
C
telolecithal type
D
megalecithal type
Question 32
The chemical used in National Malaria Eradication Programme is:     
A
2,4-D
B
BHC
C
DDT
D
Pyrethroid
Question 33
The infective stage of Piasmodium Is:      
A
sporozoite
B
trophozoite
C
merozoite
D
schizont
Question 34
Maximum absorption of water occurs in:    
A
colon
B
rectum
C
large intestine
D
small intestine
Question 35
Indian species of silkworm is:    
A
Bombyx mon
B
Apaphia
C
Aroylei
D
Aosscaman
Question 36
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 37
Interbreeding population of animals is called:     
A
sub-species
B
species
C
community
D
genus
Question 38
In human the inheritance of sex linkage takes place through:     
A
autosomes
B
V. chromosome
C
X — chromosome
D
both ‘b’ and ‘c’
Question 39
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 40
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 41
Blastula of frog has:     
A
blastopore
B
blastocoel
C
arahenteron
D
gastropore
Question 42
Lac is obtained from:    
A
Loccifer
B
Bombyx
C
Dactyloplus
D
Lytta
Question 43
Micturition reflex is related to:      
A
urination
B
ovulation
C
copulation
D
earthworm
Question 44
Which of the following Is a X-linked disease?     
A
Tetany
B
Colourblindness
C
Xeroderma
D
Hypertricosis
Question 45
How many sperms are formed by four primary spermatocyte:     
A
1
B
4
C
16
D
32
Question 46
Sudoriferous glands occur in:    
A
lung
B
kidney
C
skin
D
alimentary canal
Question 47
Which is called soluble FUMA?     
A
r-WA
B
t-RNA
C
m-RNA
D
hn-RNA
Question 48
Sinus venosus is present in:    
A
birds only
B
birds and mammals
C
reptiles and birds
D
fishes, amphibians and reptiles
Question 49
During inspiration, the diaphragm   
A
expands
B
shows no change
C
contracts and flattens
D
relaxes to become dome-saped
Question 50
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 51
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 52
Cranial nerves numbering IV, V, VI are:   
A
trochlear, trigeminal, abducens
B
trochlear, trigeminal, facial
C
auditory, facial, trochlear
D
auditory, trochlear, facial
Question 53
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 54
The leucocytes contain which of the following in large quantity?     
A
basophils
B
neutrophils
C
eosinophils
D
monocytes
Question 55
Which of the following is a living fossil?     
A
Latimeria
B
Amia
C
Hippocampus
D
Exocoetus
Question 56
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 57
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 58
Veliger larva is found in the phylum:    
A
Mollusca
B
Echinodermata
C
Arthropoda
D
Cnidaria
Question 59
Haemocoel is found in:    
A
Hydra and Aurelia
B
Taenia and Ascaris
C
cockroach and Pila
D
Balanogiossus and Herdmonia
Question 60
Convergent Evolution’ is shown by:    
A
homologous organs
B
analogous organs
C
vestigial organs
D
above three
Question 61
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 62
Which of the following is colourless Hydra?       
A
Hydraused
B
Hydra viridis
C
Hydra oligactis
D
Hydra vulgaris
Question 63
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 64
The slime moulds are characterized by the presence of:    
A
elaters
B
pseudoelaters
C
capiltitium
D
capitulum
Question 65
Insulin is secreted by:   
A
spleen
B
1 -cells of pancreas
C
a -cells of pancreas
D
mucosa of oesophagus
Question 66
Which of the following does not match?   
A
Muscular movement — ATP
B
Heart — pace-maker
C
Monocyte —— haemoglobin
D
Nerve impulse — acetylcholine
Question 67
Cells which are secretory in function have abundant:     
A
lysosomes
B
E.R.
C
dictyosomes
D
osteosomes
Question 68
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 69
Which of the following does not play a role in blood coagulation?     
A
Vitamin K.
B
Vitamin D
C
Calcium ions
D
Pibrinogen
Question 70
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 71
Externally observable characters of an individual are called:    
A
phenotype
B
genotype
C
homozygous
D
heterozygous
Question 72
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 73
How many ATP are formed by oxidation of one glucose molecular in liver cells?    
A
36
B
38
C
2
D
8
Question 74
The excretory material of bony fish is:     
A
urea
B
protein
C
ammonia
D
amino acid
Question 75
Bowman’s capsule is found in:    
A
glomerulus
B
uriniferous tubule
C
nephron
D
malpighian capsule
Question 76
Which of the following cells arc associated with immune system of body?    
A
Neutrophils
B
Macrophages
C
Lymphocytes
D
All of these
Question 77
Which of the following is concerned with the formation of urea in rabbit?     
A
Blood
B
Kidney
C
Spleen
D
Liver
Question 78
Kuhne:    
A
discovered parathyroid
B
coined the term enzyme
C
coined the term gene
D
discovered enzyme
Question 79
Mongoloid condition is related with:     
A
nullisomy
B
monosomy
C
trisomy
D
autosomy
Question 80
Food storage in Leucosolenia occur by:     
A
ostia
B
osculum
C
thesocytc
D
spongocoel
Question 81
Confusion technique involves the use of:     
A
juvenile hormone
B
pheromones
C
ecdysomes
D
hormones
Question 82
Which of the following enzyme digest protein in stomach?    
A
Trypsin
B
Pepsin
C
Crepsin
D
None of these
Question 83
Which of the following steroid se hormone influenced secondary se organs?    
A
Progesterone
B
Oestrogen
C
LH
D
LTH
Question 84
Which insect is useful for us?    
A
Periplaneta
B
Musca
C
Bombyx
D
Mosquitoes
Question 85
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 86
The number of chromosomes in Klinefelter’s syndrome are;    
A
47
B
46
C
45
D
44
Question 87
ADP contains:     
A
one high energy bond
B
two high energy bonds
C
three high energy bonds
D
four energy bonds
Question 88
The yellow colour of urine is due to the presence of:     
A
urea
B
uric acid
C
urochrome
D
bilirubin
Question 89
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 90
Lymphocytes are formed by:    
A
plasma cells
B
mast cells
C
liver cells
D
none of these
Question 91
The universal recipient blood group is:     
A
O(+ve)
B
AB((+ve)
C
0 (-ye)
D
AB (-ye)
Question 92
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 93
Ecdysone is secreted from:    
A
insecta
B
trematoda
C
nematoda
D
polycheta
Question 94
Lungs are enclosed in:     
A
pericardium
B
peritonium
C
perichondrium
D
pleural membrane
Question 95
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 96
All worms are:     
A
triploblastic
B
segmented
C
endo-parasites
D
free — living
Question 97
Kala-azar disease is transmitted by:     
A
Tabinus
B
Solomax
C
Glossina
D
Phiebotomus
Question 98
Commercial silk is obtained from   
A
cocoon/pupa
B
caterpiller
C
adult moth
D
both egg and adult moth
Question 99
In the life cycle of mosquito, comma-shaped stage is:     
A
larval stage
B
pupal stage
C
imago stage
D
none of these
Question 100
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 101
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 102
Which of the following nerve is purely motor nerve?     
A
vagus
B
facial
C
abducens
D
trigeminal
Question 103
 The molecular structure of insulin was first described by:    
A
Korenberg
B
Swaminathan
C
Richardson
D
Sanger
Question 104
Fat is converted into fatty acid and glycerol by enzyme:      
A
amylase
B
lipase
C
ptyalin
D
trypsin
Question 105
The lining of intestine and kidneys in humans is:    
A
keratinized
B
brush borde
C
ciliated
D
none of these
Question 106
Which of the following hormone stimulates the gastric secretion ?     
A
Enterogastrone
B
Gastrin
C
CCK-PZ
D
Villlknin
Question 107
Ontogeny recapitulates phyogeny. This is:    
A
Pauling law
B
Hardey-Weinberg law
C
Biogenetic law
D
Thomas law
Question 108
Which of the following symmetry is found in adult sea-anemone?    
A
Radial
B
Biradial
C
Bilateral
D
Spherical
Question 109
Which part of our body secreted the hormone secretin ?     
A
ileum
B
stomach
C
duodenum
D
oesophagus
Question 110
Achilles tendon is associated with    
A
gluteus muscle
B
hamstring muscle
C
quadriceps muscle
D
gastrocnemius muscle
Question 111
Debove’s membrane is a layer of:     
A
muscular tissue
B
epithelial tissue
C
connective tissue
D
all of the above
Question 112
Formation of RNA from DNA is known as:     
A
transcription
B
translation
C
replication
D
recombination
Question 113
Thyroid deficiency infant leads to:    
A
hypothyroidism
B
myxoedema
C
cretinism
D
thyrotoxicosis
Question 114
Turner’s syndrome chromosome pattern is:    
A
XO
B
XXX
C
XYY
D
XXY
Question 115
Which of the following organs is not involved in the elicitation of immune response?     
A
Brain
B
Lymph nodes
C
Spleen
D
Thymus
Question 116
5th cranial nerve of frog is:     
A
optic
B
vagus
C
trigeminal
D
ophthalmic
Question 117
Cancer of prostrate gland is caused due to exposure of:    
A
hydrocarbons
B
cadmium oxide
C
methane gas
D
strontium compound
Question 118
The leydig cells secrete:     
A
oestrogen
B
testosterone
C
progesterone
D
corticosterone
Question 119
Trochophore is the larva of:    
A
Neopilina
B
Chiton
C
Pila
D
all of these
Question 120
Teeth of rabbits are:     
A
thecodont
B
diphyodont
C
heterodont
D
all of these
Question 121
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 122
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 123
The peculiar pungent smell of cockroach is produced by the secretions of:     
A
pheromones
B
flame cells
C
abdominal glands
D
cervical glands
Question 124
Passive food ingestion in Amoeba Is known as:    
A
import
B
invagination
C
circumfluence
D
circumvallation
Question 125
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 126
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 127
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 128
Glycolysis occurs in:     
A
cytoplasm
B
nucleus
C
mitochondria
D
both a’ and ‘c’
Question 129
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 130
Rajaji national park is in:      
A
Karnataka
B
Rajasthan
C
Uttarakhand
D
Assam
Question 131
The genotype of a man having female sexual characters will be:    
A
XXY
B
XYY
C
XO
D
XXX
Question 132
Class Crustacea differ from Insecta in having;     
A
wo pairs of antennaet
B
jointed foot
C
chitinous cuticle
D
none of these
Question 133
Which of the following is a coelenlerate?     
A
Sea lily
B
Sea squirt
C
Sea cucumber
D
Sea fan
Question 134
The excretory material of bony fish is:    
A
urea
B
protein
C
ammonia
D
amino acid
Question 135
‘Digestion’ word means:   
A
buring of food
B
oxidation of food
C
hydrolysis of food
D
break down of food
Question 136
The condition in which there are more than two complete set of chromosome is called:    
A
polytene
B
monoploidy
C
polyploidy
D
aneuploidy
Question 137
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 138
Which of the following is not found in Hydra?     
A
Epithelio-muscular cells
B
Cnidocyte
C
Choanocyte
D
Nerve cells
Question 139
As insecticides reach at higher trophic level in food chain their concentration    
A
increases
B
become irregular
C
remain constant
D
decreases
Question 140
Predation and parasitism are which type of in teractions?      
A
++
B
+-O
C
-
D
+-
Question 141
Sequence of DNA (Non-coding) is known as:    
A
exon
B
lntron
C
cistron
D
none
Question 142
Quill feathers at the base of quill wings are called:      
A
remiges
B
barbules
C
cove rts
D
down feathers
Question 143
Book lungs are respiratory organs of:     
A
Mollusca
B
mammals
C
Arachnida
D
earthworm
Question 144
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 145
Menstrual flow occurs due to lack of hormone:    
A
progesterone
B
FSH
C
oxytocin
D
vasopressin
Question 146
Which of the following is an enterocoelic invertebrate?     
A
Sepia
B
Cimex
C
Ophiothrix
D
Po!ygordius
Question 147
Carotene pigment is found in the cells of:      
A
dermis
B
epidermis
C
adipose cell
D
both ‘b’ and ‘c’
Question 148
Pearl oyster is a mollusc which belongs to class      
A
Cephalopoda
B
Pelecypoda
C
Scaphopoda
D
Gastropoda
Question 149
Gonadotropins are secreted from:    
A
gonads
B
post pituitary
C
anterior pituitary
D
hypothalamus
Question 150
In honey bee royal jelly is secreted from:     
A
corp gland
B
wax gland
C
pharyngeal gland
D
salivary gland
Question 151
WhIch of the following Is a motor nerve?     
A
Optic
B
Abducens
C
Auditory
D
Trigeminal nerve
Question 152
Hypersecretion of growth hormone in the period of growth lead to:     
A
acromegaly
B
cushing syndrome
C
midgets
D
cretinism
Question 153
Gynaecophoric canal is found in:   
A
Taenia sagginata (male)
B
Schistosoma haematobium (male)
C
Wuchereria. bar,crofti (male)
D
E. granulosus (female)
Question 154
Cardiac output is determined by:     
A
heart rate
B
stroke volume
C
blood flow
D
both ‘a’ and ‘b’
Question 155
Which of the following does not match?   
A
Pancreas — Glisson’s capsule
B
Antigen — Antibody
C
Thyroid — Goitre
D
Enzyme — Substrate
Question 156
Number of cranial nerves in frog:    
A
10 pairs
B
9 pairs
C
12 pairs
D
none of the above
Question 157
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 158
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 159
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 160
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 161
Defect in ammo acid metabolism may results in:     
A
albinism
B
porphyria
C
Wilson’s disease
D
phenylketonuria
Question 162
A condition in which body’s internal environment remains relatively constant within limits Is called    
A
homeostasis
B
hemostasis
C
hematoma
D
haemopoiesis
Question 163
Chloragogen cells of earthworms are analogous to vertebrate:     
A
lungs
B
liver
C
gut
D
kidneys
Question 164
The group of anamniota includes:    
A
reptiles and birds
B
birds and mammals
C
fishes and amphibians
D
reptiles, and mammals
Question 165
DNA synthesis occurs in.:     
A
prometaphase
B
prophase
C
interphase
D
telophase
Question 166
Body cavity of adult Ascaris is:     
A
haemocoel
B
amphicoel
C
pseudocoel
D
schizocoel
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