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SUBJECT GRE TEST

Q.#.1. Fill in the blanks


i)

____________ blood group is universal recipient.

ii)

Xylazine and ketamine can be used in the doses of __________ and _______ for
intravenous anaesthesia in horses.

iii)

Dystocia means_________________.

iv)

_____________ is the hormone of pregnancy.

v)

When inbreeding is intense and continuous, complete_________ occurs in


inbred line in all pairs of genes.

vi)

Milk from which fat globules has been removed is called _______ of milk.

vii)

Disorder due to deficiency in number of RBCs or of their hemoglobin


content or both is known as ______________.

viii)

Portal blood delivers the drug to_________________

ix)

Vitamin B12 is also called

x)

__________ has two surfaces, three borders and three angles.

xi)

Microscopic study of the normal cells/tissues of the body of an animal is called

___________________.

as ____________.
xii)

In case of Urolithiasis, nidus formation can be due to the deficiency of vitamin


___________ or high intake of ___________.

xiii)

The normal body temperature of buffalo is ranging from ___________ to


__________ oF.

xiv)

Windows of poultry shed should be fitted at the height of___________ feets

xv)

The effect of selection is to change _________ frequency of a population


carrying certain gene combinations.

Q.#. 2. Write T if the Statement is True and F if it is False


i)

Milk protein consists of around 80% casein.

ii)

UHT treated milk can be kept for several months without refrigerated storage.

iii)

Glucose and galactose are the major sugars of milk

iv)

Gametes are mature somatic cells.

v)

ATP, ADP, RNA, phospholipids are known as bulk elements for the growth of
microorganisms.

vi)

The buffalo has Zonary placenta.

vii)

Spermatogenesis takes place in Leydig cells.

viii)

Silk is a non-absorbable suture material.

ix)

Surgery in case of colic in a horse is treated as an emergency.

x)

Myelography means radiography of muscles.

xi)

10 million sperms are required for a single inseminate.

xii)

The longer the half life of a drug , the longer will be drug action for a given dose.

xiii)

Pepsin is proteolytic enzyme.

xiv)

The ovarian hormones are steroid in nature.

xv)

Insulin causes the phosphorylation of glucose in liver.

Q.#.3. Chose the correct answer from the given choice


i)

The colour of cow milk is yellow due to:


a. Carotine.

ii)

b. Protein.

c. Fat.

d. Minerals

Which one of the following statements regarding Diaphragmatic hernia is true?


a. Diaphragmatic hernia occurs due to the overeating.
b. Diaphragmatic hernia occurs due to the physical obstruction of the esophagus.
c. Diaphragmatic hernia occurs due to traumatic reticuloperitonitis.

iii)

The principle function of vitamin D is to:


a. Maintain bone growth
strong. d. Urination.

iv)

b. Proteins.

c. Energy.

d. Vitamin.

b. Buffaloes.

c. Cows.

d. sheep.

Breaking away of the udder from the body occurs because of weakening or
stretching of:
a. Alveoli

viii)

c. Diarrhea.

Which species of livestock are efficient in controlling weeds:


a. Goats.

vii)

b. Vomiting.

Cows cannot produce milk a t peak levels if their rations are too low in:
a. Minerals.

vi)

c. Keep muscles

What is the most common cause of Dehydration in animals?


a. Polyuria.

v)

b. Form Rhodopsin.

b. Ligaments.

c. Teats.

d. Duct system

Dromedary cows gestation period varies between:


a. 275-285 days.

b. 305-315 days.

c. 370-375.

d. None of these

ix)

Body temperature of mature poultry is __________ o F


a. 104

x)

b. Oedema.
b. Hepatitis.
b. Madina worm.

b. Giardia lamblia.

c. E. histolytica

d. All.

b. Cestoda.

c. Nematoda. d. None.

b. pre-protection.

c. anti-protection.

The head of femur is fit into cotyloid cavity and forms a joint called as:
a. Hip joint.

xvii)

d. None.

The term anaphylaxis means______________


a. rapid protection.

xvi)

c. Both.

The Schistosomes belong to class:


a. Trematoda.

xv)

c. Nephritis

One of the main causes of abortion in cattle and buffalo is:


a. Trichomonas foetus.

xiv)

c. Adenoma.

The common name for Fasciola hepatica is:


a. Liver fluke.

xiii)

d. 107

Inflammation of kidney is called:


a. Enteritis.

xii)

c. 108

An abnormal accumulation of fluid in the tissue spaces and serious cavities is


termed as:
a. Haematoma.

xi)

b. 106

b. Shoulder joint.

c. Stifle joint. d. Hock joint.

Which of the following is non-oxidizing?


a. Chlorine

b. Hydrogen peroxide

c. Phenol.

xviii) Which of the following is needed by cells to hydrolyze (Digest) a protein?


a. A glucose.
xix)

c. Water.

b. Lipids.

c. Ash.

Lignin is a part of:


a. Carbohydrates.

xx)

b. ATP

d. Protein

Dry matter required by cow of 400 Kg body weight should be per day:
a. 10 Kg.

b. 20 Kg

c. 2.5. Kg

d. 1 kg.