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General Science Question Answers

General Science Online Mock Test

General Science Question Answers

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Question 1
Which of the following organs is used in the purification of blood in human body?
A
Liver
B
Kidney
C
Spleen
D
Lungs
Question 2
The gland, which in relation to body size is largest at birth and then gradually shrinks after puberty, is?
A
Thyroid
B
Pituitary
C
Thymus
D
Adrenal
Question 3
Duodenum is situated
A
at the uppermost part of the small intestine
B
near the lungs
C
in the brain
D
at the tail end of the intestine
Question 4
The phylum chordata is characterised by the presence of
A
spinal cord
B
notochord
C
nerve chord
D
None of these
Question 5
Oxygen is transported to every cell of the human body by?
A
red blood cells
B
blood platelets
C
white blood cells
D
hormones
Question 6
Identical twins arise when two
A
cells develop independently from the same zygote
B
gametes develop independently
C
sperms develop independently
D
ova develop independently
Question 7
12. A human sperm may contain ? 1. X-chromosome 2. Y-chromosome 3. XY-chromosome
A
1 only
B
2 only
C
1 and 2
D
l,2 and 3
Question 8
S-A node of mammalian heart is known as
A
Autoregulator
B
Pace-maker
C
Time controller
D
Beat regulator
Question 9
The blood pressure is the pressure of blood in
A
arteries
B
veins
C
auricles
D
ventricles
Question 10
How many teeth will the children have?
A
10
B
15
C
28
D
20
Question 11
The largest cell in the human body is
A
Nerve cell
B
Muscle cell
C
Liver cell
D
Kidney cell
Question 12
Which of the following is not a bone in the human body?
A
Sternum
B
Humerus
C
Pericardium
D
Tibia
Question 13
Bone deformities occur due to the excessive intake of
A
phosphorus
B
potassium
C
fatti acid
D
fluorine
Question 14
Disease caused by HIV virus is
A
mumps
B
plague
C
AIDS
D
tuberculosis
Question 15
The lungs are covered by two membrances called as _______
A
Veins
B
Air sacs
C
pleura
D
none of these
Question 16
Liver and pancreas are the ________ glands.
A
blood clear
B
digestive
C
breathing
D
none of these
Question 17
What is Funny Bone?
A
A muscle
B
A nerve
C
A bone
D
A blood vessel
Question 18
_________ is a sticky substance in saliva and provides easy movement for food.
A
Insulin
B
Amylase
C
Mucin
D
none of these
Question 19
Which of the following is not a bone in the legs of human body?
A
Radius
B
Tibia
C
Femur
D
Fibula
Question 20
Who among the following has normal blood pressure?
A
Mrs. Y
B
Mr. X
C
Mrs. X
D
Mr. Y
Question 21
Bleeding from artery is characterised by which of the following? 1. Blood is red. 2. Blood is purple. 3. Bleeding is continuous. 4. Bleeding is intermittent.
A
1 and 3
B
2 and 3
C
1 and 4
D
2 and 4
Question 22
Which of the following is well developed and functional in grazing animals?
A
Appendix
B
Liver
C
Duodenum
D
Rectum
Question 23
Which of the following is a long tube and wind pipe?
A
Bronchi
B
Nasal canal
C
Pharnyx
D
Trachea
Question 24
Which of the following bone articulations forms the gliding joint?
A
Humenis and radius
B
Carpals
C
Hip girdle and femur
D
Skull & neck verterbrae
Question 25
The mean distance of sun from the earth is called
A
Astronomical units
B
Lightyear
C
Astrological units
D
Angstroms
Question 26
Phenylketonuria is an example of an inborn error of metabolism. This ‘error’ refers to
A
hormonal overproduction
B
non disjunction
C
atrophy of endocrine glands
D
inherited lack of an enzyme
Question 27
The force is the product of _____
A
velocity and acceleration
B
the speed and acceleration
C
mass and speed
D
mass and acceleration
Question 28
Insects form the largest class of animals living on land and sea. They are grouped into
A
22 orders
B
26 orders
C
29 orders
D
32 orders
Question 29
The respiration is carried on by
A
Kidneys
B
Brain
C
Intestine
D
Lungs
Question 30
Cornea is a part of which of the following organs of human body?
A
Eye
B
Ear
C
Nose
D
Heart
Question 31
Root part is represented in a mature emryo by
A
plumule
B
radicle
C
chalaza
D
cotyledons
Question 32
The normal temperature of a human body is _____
A
98.4ºC
B
98.4ºF
C
99.0ºC
D
99.0ºF
Question 33
Rennin and lactase, the enzymes required to digest milk, disappear in the human body by the age of
A
two
B
three
C
five
D
eight
Question 34
What is the correct sequence of the following in heart attack? 1. Narrowing of the inner orifice of the vessel 2. ‘Plaque’ from fibrous tissue and high cholesterol 3. Inadequate supply of blood and oxygen 4. Clots of blood carried into the coronary arteries
A
1,2,3,4
B
2,4, 1,3
C
2, 3, 1, 4
D
4, 2, 1 3
Question 35
One nano metre =
A
10Aº
B
11Aº
C
12Aº
D
10.5Aº
Question 36
The population of which of the following is maximum on the earth?
A
Reptiles
B
Fishes
C
Birds
D
Beetles
Question 37
Which of the following activities is suppressed by the presence of auxins in plants?
A
Growth of lateral buds
B
Cell division
C
Root initiation
D
Development of fleshy fruits
Question 38
Which of the following has the smallest egg?
A
Ostrich
B
Humming bird
C
Pigeon
D
Homo sapiens
Question 39
Excess of fat in the body is stored in
A
Adipose tissue
B
Acrosome
C
Connective tissue
D
Bone marrow
Question 40
Which of the following glands controls the development of sex organs in humans?
A
Paancreas
B
Thyroid
C
Adrenal
D
Pituitary
Question 41
The total number of bones in human skull are
A
8
B
12
C
30
D
32
Question 42
What is inner lining of the alimentary canal called ?
A
oesophagus
B
Mucous membrance
C
Muscle
D
Muscular
Question 43
If a person can see an object clearly when it is placed at distance of about 25 cm away from him, he is suffering from
A
myopia
B
hypermetropia
C
astigmatism
D
None of these
Question 44
Which of the following is not a part of the alimentary canal?
A
Mouth
B
Stomach
C
Small intestine
D
lungs
Question 45
Which of the following components of blood protects human beings from infection?
A
Plasma
B
Blood Platelets
C
Haemoglobin
D
White Blood Corpuscles
Question 46
The diploid number of chromosomes in human body is ?
A
24
B
40
C
46
D
48
Question 47
Nose opens at the uuper end of _____ through a pair of internal nostrils.
A
Larnyx
B
Trachea
C
Pharnyx
D
none of these
Question 48
What is the main function of insulin in the hman body?
A
To maintain blood pressure
B
To help in digestion of food
C
To control the level of sugar in the body
D
To check the level of iodine in the body
Question 49
Bile juice is secreted by
A
Pancreas
B
Liver
C
Spleen
D
Gall bladder
Question 50
Which of the following when taken by pregnant women, is found to be the cause of deformed children?
A
Glycerol
B
Xylidine
C
Thalidomide
D
None of these
Question 51
Which is the outer protective cover of the body?
A
Skeleton
B
Hair
C
Skin
D
None of these
Question 52
Which of the following is not a vestigial organ?
A
Centriole
B
Molar tooth
C
Appendix
D
Diaphragm
Question 53
Scratching eases itching because
A
it kills germs.
B
it suppresses the production of enzymes which cause itching,
C
it removes the outer dust in the skin.
D
it stimulates certain nerves which direct the brain to increase the production of antihistaminic chemicals.
Question 54
The heart is covered by a membrane called
A
Epidermis
B
Dermis
C
Epicardium
D
Pericardium
Question 55
Veins differ from arteries in having
A
thinner walls
B
strong walls
C
narrower lumen
D
valves to control direction of flow
Question 56
Lichens are formed due to the symbiotic association of
A
moss and fungi
B
bacteria and fungi
C
algae and fungi
D
None of these
Question 57
Which of the following statements is true for planktons?
A
They live on the surface of lake water.
B
They live on the bottom of lakes.
C
They live on the plants growing in water.
D
They live in the water column.
Question 58
In the case of a ‘Test-tube baby’?
A
fertilisation takes place inside the test tube.
B
development of the baby takes place inside the test tube.
C
fertilisation takes place outside the mother body.
D
unfertilised egg develops inside the test tube.
Question 59
Element that is not found in blood is
A
iron
B
copper
C
chromium
D
magnesium
Question 60
Units which can be expressed in terms of two or more fundamental units of mass or called____ units
A
Derived
B
defined
C
undefined
D
underived
Question 61
Pancreas secretes hormones which help in
A
blood clotting
B
production of antibodies
C
growth of body
D
keeping sugar balance in body
Question 62
How many lungs are present in the human body?
A
1
B
2
C
3
D
none of these
Question 63
Which removes waste materials from the body?
A
Kidneys
B
Lungs
C
Heart
D
Brain
Question 64
As in the arms and legs, blood flows against gravity and is prevented from flowing back by
A
the extremely low pressure of venous blood
B
valves
C
movements in the surrounding muscles
D
the narrowing down of the lumen of veins by the contraction of the muscle layer comprising their walls
Question 65
Pituitary gland is present
A
below the brain
B
above the brain
C
inside the brain
D
nowhere near the brain
Question 66
What is the temperature of boiling water?
A
100ºC
B
32ºC
C
180ºF
D
32ºF
Question 67
Man cannot digest cellulose whereas cows can do so because?
A
their gut contains bacteria capable of digesting cellulose.
B
they have a many – chambered stomach.
C
they have efficient grinding molars.
D
they produce an enzyme cellulase which can digest cellulose.
Question 68
The normal temperature of the human body is
A
90 F
B
98 F
C
98.4 F
D
96.4 F
Question 69
Poison glands of snakes are homologous to
A
stings of rays
B
salivary glands of vertebrates
C
electric organs of fishes
D
sebaccous glands of mammals
Question 70
Consider the following statements regarding blood pressure: 1. It is the pressure exerted by the blood on the walls of any vessel. 2. It decreases in the arteries as the distance from the heart increases, 3. It is lower in the capillaries than in the arteries. 4. It is usually lower in women than in men. Of these, the correct ones are
A
1 and 4
B
l, 2and 3
C
2,3 and 4
D
l,2,3 and 4
Question 71
Which collects the blood from the organs?
A
Arteries
B
Veins
C
Lungs
D
Nerves
Question 72
An enzyme that works in an acidic medium is
A
pepsin
B
tiypsin
C
ptyalin
D
maltose
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