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# Time : 3hrs NEET GRAND TEST- 2017 Max.

Marks : 180

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS :
☞ Pattern of the Entrance Examination :
Paper containing 180 objective type questions from Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
☞ Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only to darken the appropriate circle. Answers marked with
pencil would not be evaluated.

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☞ Each item carries 4marks. For each correct response the candidate will get 4 marks. For each
incorrect response 1mark will be deducted from the total score.

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PHYSICS : 5. A canon shell fired breaks into two equal
parts at its highest point. One part retraces

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1. If a1 and a 2 are two non collinear unit the path to the cannon with kinetic energy
vectors and if a1 + a 2 = 3 , then the E1 and kinetic energy of the second part
is E2: Relation between E1 and E2 is
value of (a1 − a 2 ).(2a1 + a 2 ) is

tib
1) E2=15E1 2) E2=E1
1) 2 2) 1
3) E2=4E1 4) E2=9E1
3) 1/2 4) 3
2. Electromagnetic wave theory proposed by
1) Newton 2) Huygens
ra 6. A thin wire of length l having linear
density ρ is bent into a circular loop with
up
3) Maxwell 4) Debroglie
C as its centre, as shown in figure. The
3. A ball of mass 'm' approaches a wall of
moment of inertia of the loop about the
mass M(>>m) with speed 4 m/s along the

normal to the wall. The speed of wall is 1 line AB is
m/s towards the ball. The speed of the
ballafter an elastic collision with the wall
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is C
1) 5 m/s away from the wall
2) 9 m/s away from the wall A B
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3) 3 m/s away from the wall 5ρl 2 ρl 2
1) 2)
4) 6 m/s away from the wall 16π2 16π2
w

4. A body is projected vertically upwards at ρl 2 3ρl 3
time t=0 and it is seen at a height 'H' at 3) 4)
8π2 8π 2
w

time t1 and t2 seconds during its flight.
7. Lenz’s law is conservation of
The maximum height attained is
w

1) Momentum
(g is acceleration due to gravity)
2) Charge
g (t2 − t1 ) 2 g (t1 + t2 ) 2 3) Both 1 and 2
1) 2)
8 4 4) Energy
g (t1 + t2 ) 2 g (t2 − t1 )
3) 4)
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8. If two soap bubbles of different radii are 12. Two thin symmetrical lenses of different
connected by a tube, then : nature and of different material have
1) Air flows from bigger bubble to the equal radii of curvature R = 15 cm. The
smaller bubble till sizes become equal lenses are immersed in water and put
 4
2) Air flows from bigger bubble to the close together µw =  .The focal
 3
smaller bubble till sizes are interchanged
length of the system in water is 30 cm.

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3)Air flows from smaller bubble to bigger
The difference between refractive indices
4) There is no flow of air of the two lenses is

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9. Three rods of same dimensions have 1) 1/2 2) 1/4
thermal conductivities 3K, 2K and K. 3) 1/3 4) ¾

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They are arranged as shown in the figure 13. When two cells (of equal e.m.f 2V) are
below : connected either in series or in parallel
50°C across a '1.2 Ω ' resistor, they send the

tib
2K
same current through it. The internal
3K T
100°C resistance of each cell is
K 1) 2 Ω 2) 1.2 Ω
0°C

Then the temperature of the junction in
ra 3) 12 Ω 4) 21 Ω
14. For a certain metal, the threshold
up
steady state is : frequency is f0. If a light of frequency 2f0
200 100 is incident on it, the electrone come out
1) °C 2) °C
3 3 with maximum velocity of 4 x 106m/s. If

50 light of frequency 5f0 is incident on it, the
3) 75°C 4) °C
3 maximum velocity of electrons will be
10. The percentage of quantity of a 1) 2 x 106 m/s 2) 6 x 106m/s
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radioactive material that remains after 5
half lives will be 3) 1 x 106 m/s 4) 8 x 106m/s

1) 31% 2) 3.125% 15. The input resistance of a common emitter
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amplifier is 200Ω and load resistance is
3) 0.3% 4) 1%
2kΩ. A change of base current by 10µ A
11. The focal lengths of the objective and the
w

results in the change of collector current
eyepiece of a compound microscope are
by 10mA. Its voltage gain is
2.0 cm and 3.0 cm respectively. The
w

1) 100 2) 500
distance between the objective and the
eyepiece is 15.0 cm. The final image 3) 10000 4) 5000
w

formed by the eyepiece is at infinity. Find 16. Davisson-Germer experment verified
the distance of object and image produced 1) wave nature of light
by the objective, from the objective lens. 2) particle nature of light
1) 2.4 cm, 12 cm 2) 12 cm, 2.4 cm 3) wave nature of electron
3) 1.4 cm, 6 cm 4) 6 cm, 1.4 cm 4) particle nature of electron

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In n-p-n transistor.e 1) 2 M 2) 4 M 3) 4) then the gain or loss of time by it 2 4 1) 5 sec / day 2) 10.n ^ U =  15 i + 20 j  ms −1 . Which of the following pairs doesnot 23. The flux through the curved 2) work and torque surface of hemisphere 1) 2π R 2 E 2) π R 2 E 3) pressure and energy density 2 4) moment of inertia and moment of force 3) 2π RE 4) π R3 E 3 et 18. The ratio of the de-  ^  .component of velocity at which the y- m2 component of velocity becomes zero in 3) 1 4) tib m1 ms-1 is 25. A capillary tube is immersed in water and base to emitter the mass of water that rises in the 1) a & b are correct 2) a & c are correct capillary tube is 'M'. A wire having poisson's ratio 0.89 ± 0.3 .34 ± 0.34 ± 0.23 ± 0. The electric field E is uniform and is have identical dimensions? parallel to the axis of the hemisphere of 1) momentum and impulse radius 'R'.17 ± 0. in CE configuration 1) 5 2) 15 3) 20 4) 25 a) the emitter is heavily doped than the 19. The rms 27.01) cm 1) 500 Hz 2) 200 Hz 3) 400 Hz 4) 1000 Hz 4) (0. The temperature of an ideal gas is w 3) 20 min / day 4) 20. The X m1 m2   1) 2) m2 m1 . If coefficient of linear capillary tube is M M expansion of the pendulum is 12 ×10−6 / 0 C . A particle of mass 'M' at rest decays into origin with an initial velocity of two particles of masses m1 and m2 having non-zero velocities.02) cm frequency of each wire is 3) (0.01) cm. A body of mass 4 Kg starts from the 24.3 sec / day 21.17 ± 0. .5 is stretched so that its length increases by 2%. w 22.02) cm are produced per second.01) cm Page No. If another tube of 3) a & d are correct 4) b & c are correct en double the radius is immersed then the 26. 5 beats 1) (0.01) cm and (3. The external and internal diameters of a speed of its molecules becomes w hollow cylinder are measured as 1) Twice 2) half 3) four times 4) one fourth (4. Two wires are in unison.17. The percentage of change in volume ra collector b) emitter and collector can be interchanged up is c) the base region is very thin but is 1) 6% 2) 4% heavily doped 3) 2% 4) 0% d) the conventional current flows from ad 20. if tension in one Thickness of the wall of the cylinder is of the wires is increased by 2%. the initial 2) (0. A constant force of λ   Broglie wavelength of the particles 1 is λ2  ^ ^ ha F =  −4 i − 8 j  N acts on the body.6 sec / day increased from 27 0 C to 927 0 C . A clock that keeps correct time at 200 C is mass of water that will rise in the subjected to 400 C .

6β 2) 6α .n wavelength λ . How many α and β -particles are emitted when uranium nucleus ( 92 U 238 ) is 214 decay to 82 P ? P ra 1) 2α . It is now ( n − 1) .28.3β θ O 33.2 A0 . The number of beats per second will be w placed inside another hollow spherical conductor of radius 6m. The first ha bright fringe is formed at ‘P’ due to 3) CER2 4) CER1 R2 + r R2 + r interference on a screen placed at a tib distance ‘D’ from S1 ( D >> λ ) . then OP 32. Two lamps one rated 100 W at 220 V and other 60 W at 220V are connected in sphere is made to touch the bigger w parallel to a 220 V supply. To convert galvanometer into ammeter 31. 2β up x 3) 4α .73 A 2) 1. Current drawn sphere from the supply line is 1) 0.e having same intensity but frequencies charged to a potential of 120V. Calculate the 1) 0 2) 1 3) 3/2 4) 2 w potential of bigger sphere if the smaller 35. each has a de- S1 S2 ad Broglie wavelength of 1. Two coherent point sources S1 and S2 E r vibrating in phase emit light of .365 A 4) zero Page No. 4β 4) 3α.46 A 1)120V 2)60V 3)80V 4)40V 3) 0. The numerical value of the charge on 1) Small resistance connected in parallel either plates of capacitor ‘C’ as shown in the figure is 2) Large resistance connected in parallel 3) Small resistance in series c R1 4) Large resistance in series R2 et 29.5D 3)1:100 4)1:1000 3) 3D 4)2D 34. The ratio 2λ of their energies will be 1)1:1 2)1:10 en 1) 2D 2) 1. n and ( n + 1) super impose.4 . An electron and a photon. Three waves from different sources but 30. A spherical conductor of radius 2m is . The separation between CER1 1)CE 2) R1 + r them is 2λ as shown in figure.

The refractive index of E max − E min E max + E min the glass is ___ 1) 2) E max + E min E max − E min en 1) 1.5 .n projected with a speed of 98 ms-1at an 1) 8 volts 2) 6 volts angle of 600 with vertical . The height at which acceleration due to 41. The magnitude 3) 10 volts 4) 16 volts ha of change of momentum of the particle after 10 seconds in N-sec is 43. A particle having a mass of 0.5 2) 49 3) 98 4) 490 magnetic field its velocity is parallel to tib field then force acting on the charged 38. qVB 1) qVB 2) Another drop of twice the radius also reaching the ground with terminal velocity. Modulation factor or modulation index 39.5 4) 0.5kg is . the radius of 1) nP 2) P1/n the earth is 3) P/n 4) Pn R 1) R 2) 2R 3) 2 R 4) et 2 42.577 E min − E max 3) E max − E min 4) 3) 1.e 45. A wire of resistance 2Ω without stretching 40.866 E max + E min .732 2) 0. When ray of light is incident on a glass (ma) in AM is ad slab at on angle of 300. An α– particle and a deuteron ( H12 ) are its length is doubled then new resistance accelerated from rest by a potential w the wire is difference of 100V. If λ1 and λ2 are their respective de – Broglie 1) 8Ω 2) 4Ω w λ wavelengths then 1 is 3) 2Ω 4) 6Ω λ2 w 1) 1 : 2 2) 2 : 1 3) 1: 2 2 4) 2 2 :1 Page No. A rain drop reaching the ground with particle terminal velocity has momentum P. the reflected ray is plane polarized. will have momentum of ra 3) 0 4) 2 qVB up 4 1) 4 P 2) 8 P 3) 16 P 4) 32 P 44. A gas undergoes a process in which the gravity becomes g/9 (where g = pressure and volume are related by VPn = acceleration due to gravity on the surface constant. Magnetic flux varies with time given by φ = 3t 2 − 4t then induced emf at t = 2 sec 37. The bulk modulus of the gas is of the earth) in terms or R.36. A charged particle entering in uniform 1) 0.

257 KJ / gm 1) 0. the volume of gas NH 4OH and HCl will be w undergoing oxidation at anode is 1) 1 : 1 2) 1 :2 1) 11. In which of the following emf of galvanic well as N2O4 ad cell is maximum 3) Will increase the dissociation of PCl5 + − and step up the formation of NO2 1) Mg / Mg(21M ) / / 2Cl(1M) / Cl2 .e + − 4) Mg / Mg(20.6 . The entropy change involved in the 3) 22. Waste water drained out of an agricultural et 47.4 lit at STP conversion of 1 mole of liquid water at 4) 44. N 2O4 ( g ) ⇌ 2 NO2 ( g ) .pt of the mixture is 9.pt reactions + − 55. A mixture of zinc blende and galena are subjected to froth flotation. m = +1 3) 1 .pt 4) Will not disturb the equilibrium of the + 2Cl(−1M) en 2) Mg / Mg(20.01M) // / Cl2 .6 lit at STP 56.1% PO4− 3 by mass.129 KJ 4) 0.01M) / Cl2. tib depressant used in the process is ii. The number of OH. Number of PO4− 3 ions in 1kg of the waste water .5 and 2. 2.5. The maximum number of electrons in an b 1) 1 2) 1 + atom that can have the quantum numbers V Pb RT n = 4. Bond order of N +2 .N -2 and N 2 will be field has 0.5 and 3 respectively (N=Avogadro number) 2) 2.109 KJ 3) 0. If p H .5 and 3 respectively N N N 3) 3.26 and pKa 51.n 1) 2. The i.01M) / Cl2 . In a H 2 − O 2 fuel cell to produce four ( NH ) = 9.ions in 1 mL of the solution having pH = 4 is: ra volume: 1) Will increase the dissociation of PCl5 as well as N2O4 up 1) 10−4 2) 10−10 3) 6. The compressibility factor for a real gas at high pressure is 46. Consider the reactions 48.5 respectively 54.5 and 3 respectively 1) N 2) 3) 4) ha 10 100 95 4) 2.5. 2.01M) / / 2Cl(0.CHEMISTRY : 52. 4) 1 + RT Pb 1) 3 2) 6 3) 5 4) 4 53.02 ×1010 4) 6.pt make total volume of 300ml buffer. 2.119KJ 2) 0.02 ×1013 2) will reduce the dissociation of PCl5 as 50.8 lit at STP 373 K to vapour at the same temperature will be given ∆H = 2.26 + then volume ratio of w 4 faradays of electricity. 1) Cresol 2) Pine oil 3) Sodium cyanide 4) Xanthate The addition of an inert gas at constant 49. PCl5( g ) ⇌ PCl3( g ) + Cl2 ( g ) .2 lit at STP 3) 2 :1 4) 3 :1 w 2) 33.140 KJ Page No. 1M NH 4OH and IM HCl are mixed to 3) Mg / Mg(21M ) / / 2Cl(0. 2.

5 min w present in P4 O10 ? 63. Solubility of sodium chloride in 100gm (x) per unit mass of adsorbent (m) and water at 273K is x.57. What will be the value of ∆G 0 at 300K? ra up 1) – 57. Eutrophication of water bodies is due to 4 62. The oxide which acts as a reducing NaCl .e Its t 1 is 3) Presence of PO4−3 in water 2 4) Presence of NO3− in water w 1)20 min 2) 10 min 68. Then associated with the structure of sucrose its body diagonal length would be tib are 1) 600 pm 2) 566 pm 1) 10 2) 8 3) 6 4) 12 3) 693 pm 4) 500 pm 60. Freundlich adsorption isotherm gives the 1) SO3 2) SO 2 dependence of the mass of gas adsorbed 3) MnO 2 4) CO 2 Page No. Transparent soaps made by dissolving x T2 soap in et m T3 1) rosin p 2) sodium carbonate . 2) Presence of Pb +2 in water .n 3) trisodium phosphate 1) T1 > T2 > T3 2) T1 < T3 < T2 4) ethanol 3) T1 < T2 < T3 4) T1 = T2 = T3 ha 59.oxidizing.44 kj/mol 2) – 5.8 kj/mol represents. The ratio between the root mean square ad velocity of H 2 at 50K and that of O2 at 1) Novolac 2) Dacron 800K is 3) Glyptol 4) Nylon-6 1 en 1) 4 2) 2 3) 1 4) 67.7 . Then solubility of pressure at a given temperature (T). T3 in the 1) x 2) >x following 3) <x 4) x/2 T1 58. How many bridging oxygen atoms are 3) 5 min 4)2. The amount of chlorine evolved at STP when 2 amperes of current is passed for 1) 6 2) 4 3) 2 4) 5 w 30 minutes in an aqueous solution of 69.744 kj/mol 3) -1. The equilibrium constant for a reaction is 66. Total number of –OH groups that are 65. T2 . The CaCl2 under similar conditions is correct relation between T1 .38 kj/mol 4) -13.9% of a 1st order reaction is 25 min.32g 3) 33g 4) 99g base is 64. Edge length of a cube is 400 pm. 61. The time required for completion of 1) Presence of F − in water 99.bleaching agent and a Lewis 1) 66g 2) 1. The polymer 10.

Reaction between (CH 3 ) 2 Cd and ad 73. Which of the following is least reactive in angles in the following species is a nucleophillic substitution reaction ? 1) ClO-2 < CI 2O < ClO 2 1) ( CH 3 )3 C .3 – dimethyl -2.Cl 2) CH 2 = CHCl 2) Cl2O < ClO 2 < ClO-2 3) CH 3CH 2 Cl 4) CH 2 = CHCH 2Cl 3) ClO 2 < Cl2 O < ClO-2 76. XeF4 on complete hydrolysis gives 2) 3.butanol 3) XeO3 4) XeO 4 4) 2. Oxymercuration –demercuration of 3.70. A hydrocarbon X adds on one mole of 77.butanol ha 72.The acid structure of X is : 1) CH 3CH = CHCH 2CH 2 CH 3 2) CH 3CH 2CH = CHCH 2 CH 3 ra 2) Carbonic acid a stronger acid than phenol up 3) Water is a stronger acid than phenol 3) CH 3CH 2CH 2 − CH=CHCH 3 4) None of the above 4) CH 2 = CH -CH 2CH 2 CH 3 78.3 – dimethyl -1.X reacts tib Suggests that with KMnO 4 in presence of acid to give 1) Phenol is a stronger acid than carbonic two mole of the same carboxylic acid.CHO  → ph-CH 2OH + PhCO-2 .3- dimethyl -1 – butene gives 4) Cl2O < ClO-2 <ClO 2 et 1) 3.CH 2 OH 4) Ni(CO) 4 Page No.3 – dimethyl -2.butanol 11.butanol .e 2)  Pt ( NH 3 ) 2 Cl4  79. The reaction hydrogen to give another hydrocarbon C6 H 5ONa + CO 2 +H 2O → C6 H 5OH + NaHCO3 and decolourised bromine water . Which of the following complex will C6 H 5COCl leads to the formation of show geometrical as well as optical 1) Benzophenone isomerism ? 2) Acetophenone en en= ethylene diamine 3) Acetone 1)  Pt ( NH 3 ) 2 Cl2  4) Benzaldehyde . The correct order of increasing bond 75.3 – dimethyl -1.th 3)  Pt ( en )3  w slowest step is 4)  Pt ( en )2 Cl2  1) The attack of OH − at the carbonyl w 74.8 .n 1) Xe 2) XeO 2 3) 2. In the cannizzaro reaction given below - OH 4+ 2 Ph . Which one of the following is not an group organometallic compound ? 2) The transfer of hydride ion to the w 1) ( C 2 H5 )2 Zn carbonyl group 3) The abstraction of a proton from the 2) CH 3B(OCH 3 ) 2 carboxylic acid 3) B(OCH 3 )3 4) The deprotnation of Ph .

→ A+ .P of A is 500 KJ then electron 1) Butylamine gain enthalpy of A 2) Isopropylamine 1) + 100 KJ 2)1100 KJ 3) 2. A.butene 4) 1.7 Page No. C6 H 5 NO2 → A  2 273 K → B 2 283 K →C 1) C6 H 5OH 2) C6 H 5CH 2 OH 1) BF3 > BCl3 > BBr3 > BI3 .5 2) 59. Name the structure of silicate in which 90. ∆H = + 600 KJ occurs in two prepared by Gabriel’s synthesis steps.3 – butadiene 1) Portland cement 2) Sorel’s cement 3) Double salt ra 89.5 mg of an organic compound containing nitrogen was digested w according to Kjeldahl’s method and the evolved ammonia was absorbed in 20 mL w of 0. 29.NO 2 2) .80.e 4) Three dimensional sheet silicate 85. Which one of the following has the 3) Sodium oxide smallest heat of hydrogenation per mole? tib 4) Sodamide 1) 1-butene 2) trans -2-butene 83. Which of the following amines cannot be 86.0 3) 47.1 M HCl solution .9 .n 3) C6 H 5CHO 4) C6 H 5 NH 2 2) BCl3 > BF3 > BBr3 > BI3 82.The percentage of nitrogen in the compound is 1) 29.4 4) 23. Mixture of MgCl2 and MgO is called 3) cis-2. If I. Which of the following is the most ad 4- three oxygen atoms of [SiO 4 ] are powerful meta directing group ? shared: 1) .Phenylethylamine 3) -100 KJ 4) -1100 KJ 4) N-methylbenzylamine 87. Oxone is name given to : 3) BI3 > BBr3 > BCl3 > BF3 ha 1) Ozone 4) BBr3 > BCl3 > BI3 > BF3 2)Sodiumperoxide 88. The correct Lewis acid order for boron et Fe / HCl NaNO + HCl H O halides is : 81.sO3H 1) Pyrosilicate 3) – CHO 4) – COOH en 2) Sheet silicate 3) Linear chain silicate . Friedel-Crafts reaction does not occur in case of : up 1) Toluene 2) Benzene 4) None of these 3) Napthalene 4) Pyridine 84.1 M NaOH w solution for complete neutralization .The excess of the acid required 15 mL of 0.

1) Cells swell in hypertonic solutions and shrink in hypotonic solutions 2) Water potential is the kinetic energy of et water which helps in the movement of water 3) The absorption of water by seeds and . Highly selective w 3) Pteridophyta 4) Gymnospermae C.BIOLOGY : 1) Peptide bonds 2) Ester bonds 91. The basic structural units in this molecule are joined by Page No. They are 4) Prophase of Mitosis 92. Uphill transport D. stems and ra 1) Potassium and Calcium 2) Phosphorus and sulphur 3) Potassium and Magnesium up leaves. The genus belongs to 97. suspended hydrophyte plants OAA en 4) Amphibious hydrophyte 3) Primary CO2 acceptor of C3 plants 93. When one element is involved in opening tib 2) Prophase I of meiosis and closing of stomata. Choose the wrong statement Identify the stage. Given below is the representation of an 3) Hydrogen bonds 4) Glycosidic bonds event at a particular stage of cell division. Requires special membrane proteins 1) Algae 2) Bryophyta B. the other helps to 3) Prophase II of meiosis maintain the ribosome structure. 95. A biomolecule forms the major part of organic component in living cells. A student observed a plant specimen that 4) Calvin pathway of C4 plants occur in . Requires ATP energy w 94.e has a green. Find out the mismatch pair ad 1) Free floating hydrophyte 1) C4 plants Kranz anatomy 2) Rooted submerged hydrophyte 2) Primary CO2 fixation product of C4 3) Submerged. flat thalloid plant body with 98.n dry wood takes place by a special type of diffusion called imbibition ha 4) Solute potential of a cell is always 1) Anaphase of mitosis negative 96. Which of these is /are not a property of long narrow structure (horn like) attached facilitated transport? to it. It has modified roots.10 . and is commonly called Terror of 4) Iron and Magnesium Bengal. It is a 1) A and B only 2) C and D only heteropolymer and plays both structural 3) A and C only 4) B and C only and functional roles in the cells. The specimen with above character w belong to this group A. A hydrophyte is in contact with water and air only.

Three crops that contribute maximum to 101. rice and barley up 3) Isolation of genetic material 4) Amplification of genes 3) Wheat.n 100. the first base gets w 4) Marginal and free-central mutated.DNA finger printing 2) Krebs cycle 103.99. The pioneer species in Xerarch and 3) Introduced of genes for adenosine Hydrach succession are respectively deaminase in persons suffering from ha severe combined immuno deficiency 1) Lichens and sedges (SCID) 2) Lichens and rooted hydrophytes 4) Production of test tube babies by tib 3) Phytoplanktons and lichens artificial insemination and implantation of 4) Lichens and phytoplanktons fertilised eggs 107. a second hormone 2) Increased chlorophyll content controls xylem differentiation while the 3) Mutations resulting in plant height third increases the tolerance of plants to reduction various stresses and they are respectively 4) Quantitative trait mutations 1) Auxin. greatest number of ATP 2)George Gamow . The effect of this on coding by 104. and sorghum 102.Triplet code molecules are formed from ADP? 3)Messelson and Stahl .synthesized 108. India's wheat yeilding revolution in the 1960s was possible primarily due to 4) One amino acid less in the protein Page No. maize and sorghum ad 1)Har Gobind Khorana . Auxin and ABA like potatoes which can be eaten . maize.11 . Gibberellin and Cytokinin 106. Auxin and Cytokinin 1) Production of injectable hepatitis B- et vaccine 3) Gibberellin. Advantage of cleistogamy is this DNA segment will result in w 1) Higher genetic variability 1) Complete change in the type as well as 2) More vigorous off springs sequence of amino acids 3) Increase in heterozygosity 2) Change in the first amino acid only 4) No dependence on pollinators 3) No change in the sequence 105. Find the wrongly matched pair 4) Rice. One hormone hastens the maturity period 1) Hybrid seeds in juvenile conifers.e Argemone and primrose are respectively CoA 1) Axile and free-central 4) Electron transport chain w 2) Parietal and free-central 109. rice and maize 2) Wheat. An example of gene therapy is 2) Gibberellin. During which stage complete oxidation of RNA molecules chemically glucose. Auxin and Ethylene 2) Production of vaccines in food crop 4) Gibberellin.regulation of en 1) Glycolysis gene expression 4) Alec Jeffrey . The type of placentation seen in 3) Conversion of pyruvic acid to acetyl . Bioreactors are useful in 2) Processing of large volumes of culture ra 1)Separation and purification of a product global food grain production are 1) Wheat. In a given DNA segment ATGACC AGG 3) Parietal and free-central ACC CCA ACA.

Restriction endonuclease.n 118. Thorn is modified branch because 1) 2 2) 4 3) 19 4) 25 1) It is hard.110. Vascular bundles where the phloem is medium into the cell . The tissue which perpetuates itself by 1) The lac operon is constitutively active active cell division is in these cells ad 1) Permanent tissue 2) They cannot synthesise functional β- 2) Ground tissue galactosidase 3) In the presence of glucose E.coli cells with a mutated Z gene of the operon cannot grow in medium containing only lactose as the source of up 4) Secondary overgrowth energy because 113.coli cells en 3) Meristematic tissue do not utilise lactose 4) Vascular tissue 4) They can not transport lactose from the 114. an enzyme 3) Follicle 4) Lomentum used in genetic engineering. E. straight and pointed 121. is employed . Lack of independent assortment of two 116.12 . One of the following is a dry indehiscent 3) Linkage fruit et 4) Crossing over 1) Caryopsis 2) Pod 111. DNA fragments generated by restriction w 2) It arises from node endonucleases in a chemical reaction can be separated by 3) It arises in the axil of leaf 1) Electrophoresis 4) It is a defensive organ 2) Chromatography 3) Centrifugation 4) Polymerase chain reaction Page No. Which of the following is modification of genes A and B in fruit fly Drosophila is leaf? due to 1) Cladode 2) Phyllode 1) Repulsion 3) Corm 4) Phylloclade 2) Recombination 117.e found to be present on both sides of 120. Intercalary meristem results in 3) Mitochondria 1) Secondary growth 4) Lysosome 2) Primary growth 3) Apical growth ra 119. The number of glucose molecules xylem is said to be required to produce 38 ATP molecules w 1) Radial 2) Conjoint under anaerobic conditions by a yeast cell 3) Collateral 4) Bicollateral is w 115. The main orgenelle involved in for modification and routing of newly 1) Probing exons synthesised proteins to their destination ha 2) Cutting double stranded DNA is 3) Cutting single stranded DNA 1) Chloroplast 2) Golgi complex tib 4) Join strands of DNA 112.

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15 . They have females is to their first child as a daughter. Which one of the following conditions evolution and divergent evolution ? correctly describes the manner of Convergent evolution Divergent evolution determining the sex in the given example? 1)thorns of Eyes of Octopus and (1) The genotype AAXXY produces male Bouganivillia and mammals tendrils of Cuccurbita in Drosophila et 2) Potato and Sweet Flippers of Penguins (2) Homozygous sex chromosomes (ZZ) Potato and Dolphins determine female sex in birds .e regeneration minthes capacity w 2)Exocoetus Operculum Osteich w thyes 3)Ornithorhynchus Viviparous Mamm w alia 4)Hirudinaria Parapodia Annelid a Page No. unsuitable for up colour-blind ? 2) prevent ovulation (1) 50% (2) 100% 3)make cervx hostile to sperms (3) Zero percent (4) 25% 4)suppress sperm motility ad 143.141.n 3)Bones of forelimbs of Wings of butterfly (3) XO type of sex chromosomes vertebrates and birds determine male sex in grasshopper ha 4)Eyes of Octopus and Bones of forelimbs (4) XXY condition in humans as found in mammals of vertebrates Turner Syndrome. The role of Multiload 375 as IUD in colour-blind. Damage to which of the following cells correctly matched with its one of gastric glands might impact over the characteristics and the taxon? absorption of Vitamin B12 ? en ANIMAL CHARACT TAXO 1)Parietal cells 2)goblet cells ERISTIC N 3)paneth cells 4)peptic cells 1)Planaria high Aschel . Which one of the following animals is 146. A normal-visioned man whose father was 145. determines female sex tib 142. What are the chances that this child would be ra 1) make uterus implantation. marries a woman whose father was also colour-blind. one correct example each of convergent 144.

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Pinworm. saw fish ad place of its occurrence in a normal 162. In which one of the following options the 160. Sea urchin. The eye of octopus and eye of mammal two examples are correctly matched with show different patterns of structure. Tapeworm shown below as well as the related right (4) Dog fish. This is an Type of immunity Examples example of : (1) Analogous organs that have evolved 1)Physiological Mucus coating of due to divergent evolution barriers epithelium lining the et urinogenital tract (2) Homologous organs that have evolved and the HCl in due to convergent evolution . Identify the human developmental stage (3) Earthworm. Sea anemone. yet their particular type of immunity? they perform similar function. Sea cucumber up 159. Identify the type of given en option for the two together. In the following human pedigree. pedigree .18 . and select the right filled symbols represent the affected individuals.n stomach (3) Homologous organs that have evolved 2)active immunity Anti-tetanus and due to divergent evolution ha anti – snake bite (4) Analogous organs that have evolved injections due to convergent evolution tib 3)Cellular barriers Polymorpho-nuclear 161. the pregnant woman. Which group of animals belong to the leucocytes and monocytes same phylum? 4) Saliva in mouth Physical barriers and Tears in eyes ra (1) Sea walnut.158. Sea hare (2) Sea lily. devil fish.e w Developmental stage Site of occurrence w (1) 8-celled morula----Starting point of Fallopian tube w (2) Late morula----anterior part of vagina 1) Holandric character (3) Blastocyst -----Uterine wall 2) Autosomal dominant (4) Blastula----End part of Fallopian tube 3) X – linked recessive 4) Autosomal recessive Page No.

24 4)0.48 et performing different functions 168.6 . frequency of heterozygote in that 2) organs that have no function now.n passes through a two chambered fish like stage but disappearing in the adult heart. the frequency of 1)organs with anatomical dissimilarities ‘A’ allele is 0.16 3) organs with anatomical similarities but 3)0. it is observed that it 4) organs appearing only in embryonic .36 2)0. In the developmental history of mammalian heart. In a population of a random mating correctly the homologous characters? present at equilibrium.19 . What would be the but performing same function.163. but population? had an important function in ancestors 1)0. Biradial symmetry and lack of 1)Both heart rate and cardiac output cnidoblasts are the characteristics of increase w 1)Starfish and Hydra 2)Heart rate is increased without affecting 2)Sea cucumber and Sea anemone the cardiac output 3)Heart rate decreases but cardiac output 3)Hormiphora and Bero increases 4)Aurelia and Pennatula 4) Reduce both heart rate and cardiac output Page No. 2)MTP 3)is useful in overcoming inbreeding 3)Tubectomy depression en 4)insertion of progestasert 4)exposes harmful recessive genes that 165. Study the following diagram and select ha finally four chambered stage. Which one of the following describes 167. Which of the following parts of human are eliminated by selection ear are considered as the specific receptor 170. An example of ex situ conservation is . three chambered frog like heart and 164. How do parasympathetic neural signals 3)organ of Corti 4)cochlea affect the working of the heart? w 166. Outbreeding is an important strategy of animal husbandry because it up 1)helps in accumulation of superior genes 2)is useful in producing pure lines of 1)Vasectomy ad animals. To which the suitable condition of it from the hypothesis can this above cited above following cited statement be approximated? tib 1)Lamarck’s principle 2)Mendelian principle 3)Biogenetic law ra 4)Hardy-Weinberg law 169.e responsible for maintenance of balance of 1)Wild life sanctuary 2)Sacred grove the body and posture? 3)Seed bank 4)National park 1)ear ossicles 2)crista and macula w 171.

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