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June/July, 2010

BIOLOGY
( Kannada and English Versions )
Time : 3 Hours 15 Minutes ]

[ Max. Marks : 90
( Kannada Version )

‚Âͺ»π›ÂÈ :

i)
ii)

•πÂ∆ÂWê«Q√ ü˘ÊπÂπ›»ÂÈR πÂȬÂÈãö«Â Ñ∆ÂXπ›»ÂÈR èâö.
ü˘ÊπÂπ›»ÂÈR πÂȬÂÈã‚« Ñ∆ÂXπÂúπ •¢∑π›»ÂÈR çË√£ÊπÂÈÕÂÏå‹Y.

ü˘Êπ - I — (‚‚ÂW‡Ê‚Âh)
êü˘Êπ - A
® x›Âǻ …ÂX‡RπÂúπ …ÂXãûÍ¢«Â∑Í@ ≤¢«ÂÈ …« •«˘˚ÂÕÊ ≤¢«ÂÈ ÕÊ∑W«ÂëY ©∆ÂOàö :

5×1=5

1.

ߢ|ÊX»˜Ô] Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ?

2.

"«ÂXÕÂW êü˘ÂÕÂ# ( Solute potential ) Õ»ÂÈR ÕÊWzÊWçö.

3.

"Øy˜Ô]…ÊY¢|˜Ô# ( Explant ) Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ?

4.

„۬¬¢ü˘Ê¢∆ÂàŒÈëY¬ÂÈÕ ( Extrastellar ) åZãËŒÈ Õ«˘Â¸»Ê •¢πÊ¢‡Âx@ ≤¢«ÂÈ ©«Ê„¬Â}
xÍâ.

5.

"‚ÛË‹¬Ú{ҷ»˜Ô# ( Solarization ) Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ?

êü˘Êπ - B
® x›Âǻ …ÂX‡Rπ›ÂëY Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ ±«ÂÈ …ÂX‡RπÂúπ …ÂXãûÍ¢«Â∑Í@
©∆ÂOàö :

2

ࢫÂ

5 ÕÊ∑Wπ›ÂëY
5 × 2 = 10

6.

xÍ‹¢xÚÆÂ⁄ ( Collenchyma ) •¢πÊ¢‡Â«Â Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ »Ê‹È@ yʌȸπ›»ÂÈR ìíÈà.

7.

‚‚ÂW •¢πÊ¢‡Â ∑ÎôŒÈëY …ÌË·Â∑ ÆÂ⁄«˘ÂWÆÂÈÕ»ÂÈR ( Nutrient medium ) ∆ÂŒ⁄à‚‹È
©…ÂûÍËÇ‚ÂÈÕ …ÂXÆÂÈÈ∏ ¬Ê‚ÊŒÈç∑ ©…Ê¢π ( Components ) π›»ÂÈR ìíÈà.

8.

üÊ·ÂS ê‚Â渻 ç¬ÛË«˘Â∑ Õ‚ÂÈOπ›¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ ©«Ê„¬Â}π›»ÂÈR xÍâ.

9.

â.Ø»˜Ô.Ø. …Âϻ¬ÊÕÂÎãOŒ⁄πÂÈÕÊπ ü˘ÊπÂÕÂõ‚ÂÈÕ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ »Ê‹È@ Ä≈Zπ›»ÂÈR „‚Âàö.

10.

•ç‹ŒÈÈ∑O ‚‚ÂW …ÂXåËéxπ ( Gaseous phytohormone ) ≤¢«ÂÈ ©«Ê„¬Â} xÍâ.
ß«Âࢫ ‚‚ÂWπ› ÆÈË£ÊπÂÈÕ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ …Âà}ÊÆÂÈπ›»ÂÈR ãúö.

11. 2, 4, 5 – T

ŒÈ»ÂÈR ê‚ÂOàö ÆÂÈ∆ÂÈO ߫¬ …ÊXÆÂÈÈ∏W∆ŒÈ»ÂÈR ìíÈà.
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D I. ( Host cell ) ©…ÂûÍËÇ‚ÂÈÕ 1 êü˘Êπ . 2 c) xÍËüÊ£˜ÔJ xÍYˬÚ√˜Ô …ÂXûÍËπ« ÆÂÈ„Â∆ÂZÕÒ»ÂÈ ? 1 . 15. •ºÂ∑X «ÂÈWã-ÀÊ‚ÂSàëË∑¬Â≈«Â ûÍËæ»ÊëÂQM …ÂXãçå˘∆ÂZÕ»ÂÈR ìíÈà. EMP 19.C 12. 2 b) ∑È„RŒÈ ÃȬÂÈπÂÈêx »Ê›Â«Â •¢«ÂÕÊ«Â Ñ∆ÂXÕ»ÂÈR èâö. ‚ÊP»Ê¢∆¬Â≈«Â£ÊYπÂÈÕ yÊŒÈ¸ê«˘Ê»ÂÕ»ÂÈR êÕÂàö. •«ÂÈ Œ⁄Õ •ÆÈÚ»ÛË ¶ÆÂÈYÕ»ÂÈR ‚ÂÍÑ‚ÂÈ∆ÂO« ? 2 b) AUG c) "Ñ»ÂR«Â •Ä@#ŒÈ ‚¢‡YË·Â}ŒÈëY ¶ã«˘˚ÂW ÜËÕÂx͡ÂÕÊÇ ≤¢«ÂÈ üÊWÄJËàŒ⁄Õ»ÂÈR „‚Âàö. êÕÂàö. b) çËà‹Y« •å˘∑ πÛÃU¬Â …Â̬ÚxíÈ¢«Â ‚‚ÂWπ›ÂÈ ≤≈Ç ‚ÊŒÈÈ∆ÂOÕ. ü˘ÊπÂπ›»ÂÈR πÂȬÂÈãö. ü˘ÊπÂπ›»ÂÈR πÂȬÂÈãö.Code No. (…ÊXûÍËÇ∑ …¬˙ÂW∑XÆÂÈ«Â …ÂX‡Rπ›ÂÈ ÆÂ⁄∆ÂX) ® x›Âǻ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ ≤¢«ÂÈ …ÂX‡Rπ ©∆ÂOàö : 20. 1×5=5 1×5=5 ‚ÂͺÂ∑ Ø› åZ«Â›Â ‚‚ÂW«Â üÒà»Â •√ÂL öËúxŒÈ ü˘ÊπÂπ›»ÂÈR πÂȬÂÈãö«Â •¢«ÂÕÊ«Â Ñ∆ÂXÕ»ÂÈR ìíÈà. a) yÊπ« ÕÂ≈¸£Ò∏»Â êqʻ …ÂXûÍËπ«ÂëY ü҅¸â‚‹S√ÂÈÕ ‚‚ÂWπ› "ÕÂ≈¸∆¢∆ÂÈ# ( Pigments ) π›»ÂÈR „‚Âàö. 16. Õ¢‡ÂÕÊõ ∆¢∆ÂXqʻ«ÂëY ©…ÂûÍËÇ‚ÂÈÕ ©…Â∑¬Â≈π› ÃπB ‚¢Ä\…ÂOÕÊÇ êÕÂàö. 17. e) ‡Â∑¸¬Âπ› RQ ü£ ≤¢«ÂÈ ¶Ç¬ÂÈ∆ÂO«. ® x›Âǻ …ÂX‡Rπ›ÂëY Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ ≤¢«ÂÈ …ÂX‡Rπ ©∆ÂOàö : 18. ® x›ÂÇ»ÂÕÂÏπÂúπ yʬÂ≈ xÍâ : 5×1=5 a) SCID ¬ÛËÇπ›ÂÈ ÆÈË뢫 ÆÈË£ ‚ÂÍ∑\VÜËÕÊ≈Èπ› ‚ÛË¢Ä碫 Û‹È∆ÊO¬. "‚ÊP»Ê¢∆¬Â≈Ô# ( Translation ) Õ»ÂÈR ÕÊWzÊWçö. …Â∆ÂX¬Â¢«˘ÂX«Â ºÂ‹»ŒÈ»ÂÈR öJËÕÂ√˜Ô¸»Â é·ÂK æ‹ êü˘Âæ»Ê ö«ÊQM¢∆«ۢåπ êÕÂàö. a) …ÌXáË»˜Ô ‚¢‡YË·Â}ŒÈ "yÊ¢√ ÜËÕÂx͡Âπ›ÂÈ# ( Stem cells ) Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? 2 ŒÈ …ÂXã‚¢xË∆ÂÕ»ÂÈR ìíÈà. c) ÆÂÈ›πÊ‹«ÂëY ÆÂȬ« üÊÇ‹Èπ›»ÂÈR ∆¬ŒÈ‹È ÆÂÈ∆ÂÈO ÆÂÈȺÂE‹È ∑·ÂJÕÊπÂÈ∆ÂO«. …«˘˚« ûÍËæ»ÊëÂQM …ÂXãçå˘∆ÂZÕ»ÂÈR ìíÈà. 36 { PAGE } êü˘Êπ .250 …«Âπ›ÂëY ìíÈà : 4 × 5 = 20 "ÀÌYˌȢ# ( Phloem ) »Â ©«ÂQ öËúxŒÈ •¢«ÂÕÊ«Â Ñ∆ÂXÕ»ÂÈR èâö. ® x›Âǻ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ »Ê‹È@ …ÂX‡RπÂúπ …ÂXãûÍ¢«Â∑Í@ •Õ‡ÂWê«Q√ 200 . II. 14. 13. d) •è]öy˜Ô ¶ÆÂÈYÕ»ÂÈR √Êêȸ»˜Ô Ø¢«ÂÈ ∑¬ŒÈÈ∆ÊO¬. 21.

[ Turn over . 31. 25. ÆÂÈäN»Â ‚ÂÕÂ∑ú Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? ÆÂÈäN»Â ‚¢¬Â∑\}ŒÈëY ÜËÕ‡ʂÂnx@ ‚¢âå˘ö«Â Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ »Ê‹È@ ê«˘Ê»Âπ›»ÂÈR êÕÂàö.250 4 × 5 = 20 33. 32. 29. ( HCl ) Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ êü˘Êπ . 28. 36 ü˘Êπ . ŒÈÈπÂV ê∑ëSπ›ÂÈ ( Alleles ) Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? 23.F ® x›Âǻ …ÂX‡Rπ›ÂëY Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ ±«ÂÈ …ÂX‡RπÂúπ 2 ࢫ 5 ÕÊ∑Wπ›ÂëY ©∆ÂOàö : 5 × 2 = 10 27. ÆÂÈ»ÂÈ·ÂW»Â êê«˘Â ¬Â∑O πÂÈ¢…ÂÏπ›ÂëY¬ÂÈÕ …ÂXãæ»Â∑ ÆÂÈ∆ÂÈO …ÂXãyÊŒÈπ›»ÂÈR …ÂáJ ÆÂ⁄â. …ÂXÆÂÈÈ∏ÕÊ«Â „Âö¬ÂÈÆÂÈ» •ç‹ Œ⁄ÕÂÏ«ÂÈ ? 24.{ PAGE } Code No. ÆÂÈ»ÂÈ·ÂW»Â …º» ÄXûÈŒÈëY „Ú√ÛXËxÍYËày˜Ô ¶ÆÂÈY«Â …Ê∆ÂXπ›»ÂÈR ãúö. ‡ÂÈyÊX≈È æ»Â»Â ( Spermiogenesis ) Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? ® ÄXûÈŒÈëY »Â√ŒÈÈÕ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ Ã«Â£ÊÕÂ}π›»ÂÈR ìíÈà.G ® x›Âǻ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ »Ê‹È@ …ÂX‡RπÂúπ …ÂXãûÍ¢«Â∑Í@ •Õ‡ÂWê«Q√ …«Âπ›ÂëY ìíÈà : 200 . 30. 34. "‚ÊPç∑# …ÂXü˘Ò«Âπ›¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? êü˘Êπ . ‡ÊZ‚Âx͡«ÂëY¬ÂÈÕ yʌȸ‚¢â«˘Â«Â ∫§¡∑ ( Functional unit ) Õ»ÂÈR „‚Âàö. 26.II — (…ÊXä‡Ê‚Âh) êü˘Êπ . ÆÂÈ› çˬÂÈ xÍŒÈÈY ÆÂ⁄√ÂÈÕ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ ∆¢∆ÂXπ›»ÂÈR „‚Âàö. "xÚƤ˜Ô# ( Chyme ) •»ÂÈR ÕÊWzÊWçö.E ® x›Âǻ …ÂX‡RπÂúπ …ÂXãûÍ¢«Â∑Í@ ≤¢«ÂÈ …« •«˘˚ÂÕÊ ≤¢«ÂÈ ÕÊ∑W«ÂëY ©∆ÂOàö :5 × 1 = 5 22. ÜËÕ ÕÚê«˘ÂW∆ŒÈ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ £Êü˘Âπ›»ÂÈR ãúö. ‚ÂZ∆¢∆ÂX ÕÂÇ˸∑¬Â≈ çŒÈÆÂÈ ( Law of independent assortment ) Õ»ÂÈR ≤¢«ÂÈ ‡ÊönËŒÈ ©«Ê„¬Â}ûÍ¢åπ êÕÂàö. ‚¬ü‹Æ¤˜Ô»Â (•»ÂÈÆÂÈöO·Â@«Â) yʌȸπ›»ÂÈR ìíÈà.

{ PAGE } ÆÂÈÍ∆ÂX ©∆ÊS«Â» ÄXûȌȻÂÈR êÕÂàö. 2 ( Passive 2 ߢ¡¬˜ÔÀ¬Ê»˜Ô] ( Interferons ) Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? 1 37. êÕÂàö. a) b) c) Graafian follicle ) 1×5=5 »Â ü˘ÊπÂπ›»ÂÈR πÂȬÂÈãö«Â •¢«ÂÕÊ«Â ¬ÒÅËŒÈ ‚ÊRŒÈÈ ÆÂÈ∆ÂÈO „ÂÎ«ÂŒÈ ‚ÊRŒÈÈ Ø›π› »Â√ÂÈê»Â Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ ¬ÂºÂ»Ê∆ÂV∑ ÕÂW∆ÊW‚Âπ›»ÂÈR ìíÈà. ® x›Âǻ …ÂX‡Rπ›ÂëY Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ ≤¢«ÂÈ …ÂX‡Rπ ©∆ÂOàö : 39. 2 c) "„ۣʢâXy˜Ô ( Holandric ) ÜË»˜Ô]π›¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? 1 (…ÊXûÍËÇ∑ …¬˙ÂW∑XÆÂÈ«Â …ÂX‡Rπ›ÂÈ ÆÂ⁄∆ÂX) II. ü˘ÊπÂπ›»ÂÈR πÂȬÂÈãö. æ¬ÊŒÈÈê»Â Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ »Ê‹È@ ) êü˘Êπ . Õ»ÂÈR ÕÊWzÊWçö.Code No. 2 ÕÊŒÈÈ ‚¢ûÍËæ∑ •¢πÊ¢‡Â«Â èâö. ºÂȬÂÈyÊ«Â ç¬ÛË«˘Â∑ ( Active immunity ) ÆÂÈ∆ÂÈO çômŒÈ ç¬ÛË«˘Â∑ immunity ) π› »Â√ÂÈê»Â Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ ÕÂW∆ÊW‚Âπ›»ÂÈR ìíÈà. ü»ÂÈR„ÂÈàŒÈ ( Spinal πÂȬÂÈãö. جÂ√ÂÈ yʬÂ≈ xÍâ. "πÊXé˘ŒÈ»˜Ô ÀÊë∑£˜Ô# ( Ñ∆ÂXÕ»ÂÈR ì«ÂÈ. 42. 38. ( Areolar connective tissue ) ÕÌË‹@ÆÂÈ»˜Ô] ( Volkmann's ) »Ê›Âπ›ÂÈ ØëY ∑¢√ÂÈìÂÈ∆ÂOÕ ? Ñ∆ÂXÕ»ÂÈR 2 1 . 36 35. a) cord ) 1×5=5 •√ÂLöËúxŒÈ •¢«ÂÕÊ«Â Ñ∆ÂXÕ»ÂÈR èâö. ® x›Âǻ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ ≤¢«ÂÈ …ÂX‡Rπ ©∆ÂOàö : 41. 2 b) πÂü˘Â¸ çŒÈ¢∆ÂX≈ Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? æ»Â»Â çŒÈ¢∆ÂX≈«ÂëY •»ÂÈ‚Âà‚ÂÈÕ Œ⁄ÕÂϫʫ¬ÂÍ Ø¬Â√ÂÈ ‚Jà£Ú{҇»˜Ô (â{πÛú‚ÂÈÕÂ) ê«˘Ê»Âπ›»ÂÈR „‚Âàö. 40. 36. êÕÂàö.H I. uÈ}Ê∆ÂV∑ ÆÂȬÂÈü˘Â¬Â≈ ( Negative feedback ) Œ⁄¢ãX∑∆ Ø¢«Â¬Ò»ÂÈ ? ÆÂÈ»ÂÈ·ÂW»Â ¬Â∑O«ÂëY¬ÂÈÕ ‚Â∑@¬ŒÈ …ÂXÆÂ⁄≈Õ»ÂÈR çŒÈ¢ãX‚ÂÈÕÂëY ŒÈ∑Î∆ÂÈO ÆÂÈ∆ÂÈO ÆÈË«ÛËÜˬÂ∑ πÂX¢å˘˚π› …Ê∆ÂXÕ»ÂÈR êÕÂàö. "æ¬ÊŒÈÈ# ( Placenta yʌȸπ›»ÂÈR êÕÂàö. a) b) c) B-뢅ÌË‚Ú|˜Ô ( B-lymphocytes ) π› …Ê∆ÂXÕ»ÂÈR ∑Èà∆ÂÈ ‚¢Ä\…ÂOÕÊÇ êÕÂàö. ü˘ÊπÂπ›»ÂÈR çËë yÊÆÂ⁄£ ( Cyanosis ) ߫¬ •«˘˚¸ ì«ÂÈ.

What is explant ? 4. 7. 5. 3. Expand the abbreviation 2. ii) Unlabelled diagrams will not carry any marks. What is solarization ? SECTION – B Answer any five of the following in 2 to 5 sentences each : 5 × 2 = 10 6. 4. 36 ( English Version ) Instructions : i) Draw diagrams wherever necessary. Give an example for gaseous phytohormone. 11. Write any four functions of collenchyma tissue. Define solute potential. PART I — ( BOTANY ) SECTION – A Answer the following questions in one word or in one sentence each : 5×1=5 1. [ Turn over .{ PAGE } Code No. 10. What are antitransparents ? Give any two examples. 5 – T and write its importance. 8. Name any four enzymes involved in DNA replication. What are introns ? 2. Give an example for extrastellar secondary meristem. Write the major chemical components of plant tissue culture nutrient medium. Mention any two of its effects on plants. 9.

2 c) Name a bacterium used as host cell in the synthesis of golden rice. 19. e) RQ value of carbohydrates is one.S. Define translation. 13. 15. a) b) What are stem cells ? List any two applications of stem cells. Answer any one of the following : 1×5=5 18. 16. 1 SECTION – D I. .Code No. Describe Steward's starch hydrolysis theory of stomatal movement. Write the schematic representation of EMP pathway. 2 Write the anticodon of AUG and name the amino acid coded by this. Give reasons for the following : 5×1=5 a) SCID patients suffer from recurrent microbial infection b) Overmanuring without water causes wilting and death of plants c) It is difficult to open and close wooden doors during rainy season. Explain the process of translation in protein synthesis. With a neat labelled diagram describe V. 17. Write the schematic representation of non-cyclic photophosphorylation. d) Abscissic acid is known as dormin. 14. Briefly explain the tools used in genetic engineering. of phloem. 36 { PAGE } SECTION – C Answer any four of the following in about 200 to 250 words each wherever applicable : 4 × 5 = 20 12.

Which is the major greenhouse gas ? 24. List the antigens and antibodies of different blood groups in man. What is spermiogenesis ? Write any two changes that occur during the process. Name the functional unit of lungs. 29. [ Turn over . What are alleles ? 23. Mention any two benefits of biodiversity. Write the functions of cerebellum. 30. Write any two roles of HCl in human digestion. 32. Define chyme. 25. 21. 26. Name two techniques of rain water harvesting. Answer any one of the following : 1×5=5 20. 2 c) What is the significance of cobalt chloride experiment ? 1 PART II — ( ZOOLOGY ) SECTION – E Answer the following questions in one word or one sentence each : 5×1=5 22.S. a) Name the plant pigments separated in paper chromatography experiment. Sketch and label T. 28. What are endemic species ? SECTION – F Answer any five of the following in about 2 to 5 sentences each : 5 × 2 = 10 27. 36 ( Questions only from the Practical syllabus ) II.{ PAGE } Code No. 2 b) Sketch and label Kuhne's fermentation tube. 31. of a typical young dicot root showing anatomical details.

38. Explain any four functions of placenta. 2 c) Where do you find Volkmann's canal ? 1 . Explain the 'law of independent assortment' with a classical example. SECTION – H I. With a neat labelled diagram. 35. With a neat labelled diagram describe the structure of Graafian follicle.S. 2 What are holandric genes ? 1 ( Questions only from the Practical syllabus ) II. 36 { PAGE } SECTION – G Answer any four of the following in about 200 to 250 words each wherever applicable : 4 × 5 = 20 33. a) b) c) Give a brief note on the role of B-lymphocytes. Define placenta. explain T. 2 What are interferons ? 1 37. 40. Explain the physiology of urine formation. 2 What is contraception ? Name two types of sterilization methods of birth control. 2 b) Sketch and label the structure of areolar connective tissue. Answer any one of the following : 1×5=5 41. What is negative feedback mechanism ? Explain the role of liver and pancreas in controlling blood sugar level. What is soil erosion ? Explain any four biological methods of soil conservation. 36. a) Write any two structural differences between striated and cardiac muscle fibres. Answer any one of the following : 1×5=5 39. a) b) c) Give the meaning and two causes of cyanosis. 2 Mention any two differences between active immunity and passive immunity.Code No. 34. 42. of spinal cord.

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