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SYLLABUS 2

PHYSICS : Properties of matter and Fluid Mechanics ,


Thermal Physics-I(Thermal Expansion, Calorimetry, Heat Transfer)
Thermal Physics-II (Behavior of Perfect Gases and KTG,
Thermodynamics)
Oscillations (SHM, damped and forced oscillations &
Resonance)
Wave Motion and Doppler's Effect
CHEMISTRY : Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
Hydrogen
s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)
pBlock Elements (Group - 13 & 14)
pBlock Elements (Group - 15, 16, 17 & 18)
The d and f-block Elements

BIOLOGY : Plant Physiology : (i) Transport in Plants (ii) Mineral Nutrition


(iii) Photosynthesis in Higher Plants (iv) Respiration in Plants
(v) Plant Growth and Development, Enzyme
Human Physiology : (i) Digestion and Absorption
(ii) Breathing and Exchange of Gases (iii) Body Fluids and
circulation
(iv) Excretory Products and their Elimination
(v) Locomotion and Movement
(vi) Neural Control and Coordination, Eye & Ear
(vii) Chemical Coordination and Integration
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1. The length of a metal wire is 1, when the tension 1.


1
T1
in it is T1 and is 2 when the tension is T2. The
2
T2
unstretched length of the wire is :-
:-
1 2 1 2
(1) 1 2 (2) (1) 1 2 (2)
2 2

1T2 2T1 1T2 2T1 1T2 2T1 1T2 2T1


(3) T2 T1 (4) T2 T1 (3) T2 T1 (4) T2 T1
2. When the temperature of a rod increases from t 2. t t + t
to t + t, Its moment of inertia increases from I
I I + I
to I + I. If be the coefficient of linear expansion

I I
of the rod, then the value of is:-
:-
I I
(1) 2t (2) t (1) 2t (2) t
t t t t
(3) (4) (3) (4)
2 2
3. 1 mole of a gas having = 7/5 is mixed with 1 mole 3. = 7/5
1
= 4/3
of a gas having = 4/3.What will be the for the 1

mixture
?
5 15 5 15
(1) (2) (1) (2)
11 13 11 13

15 5 15 5
(3) (4) (3) (4)
11 13 11 13
4. A heavy brass sphere is hung from a spring and 4.
T
it executes vertical vibrations with period T. The
sphere is now immersed in a non-viscous liquid
(1/10)
when a density (1/10)th that of brass. When set
into vertical vibrations with the sphere remaining
inside liquid all the time, the time period will be:
:

(1) 9 /10T (2) 10/ 9T (1) 9 /10T (2) 10/ 9T


(3) (9/10) T (4) Unchanged (3) (9/10) T (4)
5. A wave is represented by the equation : 5.
:


y = 7sin 7t 0.04x y = 7sin 7t 0.04x
3 3
Where, x is in meters and t in seconds. The speed x t

of the waves is :-
:-
(1) (175) m/s (2) (49) m/s (1) (175) m/s (2) (49) m/s
(3) (49/) m/s (4) (0.28) m/s (3) (49/) m/s (4) (0.28) m/s

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6. The Young's modulus of brass and steel are 6. (brass)
respectively 1 1010 N/m2 and 2 1010 N/m2. A 1 10 10 N/m 2 2 10 10 N/m 2
brass wire and a steel wire of the same length are
extended by 1mm under the same force; the radii 1
of brass and steel wires are R B and R S
respectively. Then R B R S :
RB RB
(1) RS = 2R B (2) RS = (1) RS = 2R B (2) RS =
2 2

RB RB
(3) RS = 4RB (4) RS = (3) RS = 4RB (4) RS =
4 4
7. 310 J of heat is required to raise the temperature 7.
2
25C
of 2 moles of an ideal gas at constant pressure 35 C
310 J
from 25C to 35C. The amount of heat required
to raise the temperature of the gas through the
same range at constant volume is :-
:-
(1) 384 J (2) 144 J (3) 276 J (4) 452 J (1) 384 J (2) 144 J
(3) 276 J (4) 452 J
8. Two solid sphere A and B made of the same material 8.
A B
have radii rA and rB respectively. Both the spheres are rA rB
cooled from the same temperature under to conditions
valid for Newton's law of cooling. The ratio of the rate A B

of change of temperature A and B is :
:
rA rB rA2 rB2 rA rB rA2 rB2
(1) r (2) r (3) r 2 (4) r 2 (1) r (2) r (3) r 2 (4) r 2
B A B A B A B A

9. Three masses 700 gm, 500 gm and 400 gm are 9.


700
suspended at the end of a spring as shown and 500
400
are in equilibrium. When the 700 gm mass is 700
removed, the system oscillates with a period of 3
; 500
3 seconds; when the 500 gm mass is also
removed, it will oscillate with a period of :
:

700 g 700 g
500 g 500 g
400 g 400 g

12 12
(1) 1 sec (2) 2sec (3) 3sec (4) sec (1) 1 sec (2) 2sec (3) 3sec (4) sec
5 5
10. A tuning fork of frequency 480 Hz produces 10. 480 Hz
10 beats per second when sounded with a vibrating
10
sonometer string. What must have been the
frequency of the string if a slight increase in tension
produces fewer beats per seconds than before ?
?
(1) 460 Hz (2) 470 Hz (1) 460 Hz (2) 470 Hz
(3) 480 Hz (4) 490 Hz (3) 480 Hz (4) 490 Hz
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11. The surface energy of a liquid drop is E. It is 11. (surface
energy) E
sprayed into 1000 equal droplets. Then net 1000
(sprayed)
surface energy becomes :-
:-
(1) E (2) 10E (3) 100E (4) 1000E (1) E (2) 10E (3) 100E (4) 1000E
12. 10 gm of ice at 20C is added to 10gm of water 12. 20C 10 gm 50C 10
at 50C. Specific heat of water = 1 cal/gm-C,
= 1
specific heat of ice = 0.5 cal/gm-C. Latent heat C
= 0.5 cal/gm-C
of ice = 80 cal/gm. Then, resulting temperature = 80 cal/gm
:
is : (1) 20C (2) 15C
(1) 20C (2) 15C (3) 0C (4) 50C (3) 0C (4) 50C
13. Temperature of two stars are in ratio 3 : 2. If wavelength 13.
3 : 2
of maximum radiation from first body is 4000 , What
4000
is corresponding wavelength of second body ?
?
(1) 9000 (2) 6000 (1) 9000 (2) 6000
(3) 2000 (4) 8000 (3) 2000 (4) 8000
14. A clock which keeps correct time at 20C is 14. 20C 40C
subjected to 40C. If coefficient of linear
expansion of the pendulum is 12 106 per C, 12 106 C
how much will it gain or lose in time ? ?
(1) 10.3 seconds/day (2) 20.6 seconds/day (1) 10.3 / (2) 20.6 /
(3) 5 seconds/day (4) 20 minutes/day (3) 5 / (4) 20 /
15. The equation of a plane progressive wave is 15. ;
x x
y = 0.09sin 8 t y = 0.09sin 8 t
20 20
When it is reflected at rigid supports, its amplitude
becomes (2/3)rd of its previous value. The (2/3)rd

equation of the reflected wave is :
:
x x
(1) y = 0.09sin 8 t (1) y = 0.09sin 8 t
20 20
x x
(2) y = 0.06sin 8 t (2) y = 0.06sin 8 t
20 20
x x
(3) y = 0.06 sin 8 t (3) y = 0.06 sin 8 t
20 20
x x
(4) y = 0.06 sin 8 t (4) y = 0.06 sin 8 t
20 20
16. Water rises in a capillary tube to a height h. 16.
h
Choose the false statement regarding a capillary
rise from the following. :-
(1) On the surface of Jupiter, height will be less (1)
(Jupiter)
than h. h
(2) In a lift moving up with constant acceleration, (2)
height is less than h. h
(3) On the surface of the moon, the height is more (3) h
than h.
(4) In a lift moving down with constant (4)
acceleration height is less than h. h
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17. If the temperature of the sun was to increase from 17.
T 2T
R 2R
T to 2T and its radius from R to 2R, then the ratio
of the radiant energy received on the earth to what
:-
it was previously will be :- (1) 4 (2) 16
(1) 4 (2) 16 (3) 32 (4) 64 (3) 32 (4) 64
18. Two circular discs A and B with equal radii and 18.
(discs)
mass are blackened. They are heated to same A B
temperature and are cooled under identical
conditions. What inference do you draw from
(cooling curves)
their cooling curves?
?
(Rate of A A
cooling) R R
B
B

( 0) (0)
(1) A and B have same specific heats (1) A B
(2) Specific heat of A is less (2) A
(3) Specific heat of B is less (3) B
(4) Nothing can be said (4)
19. A pendulum has 19.
time period T for 3L 3L
4 L
4 L
small oscillations. T
An obstacle is
placed directly

beneath the pivot,
so that only the B A B A

lowest one quarter of the string can follow the


pendulum bob when it swings in the left of its
resting position as shown in the figure. The A

pendulum is released from rest at a certain point
A. The time taken by it to return to that point is
:-
(1) T (2) T/2 (1) T (2) T/2
(3) 3T/4 (4) T/4 (3) 3T/4 (4) T/4
20. Two sources of intensity I and 4I are used in an 20.
I
4I
interference experiment. The intensity at points
where the waves from the two sources superpose
with a phase difference (i)
, (ii) /2 (iii)
(i) Zero, (ii) /2 and (iii) , are
(1) 5I, 3I, 0 (2) 5I, 3I, 2I (1) 5I, 3I, 0 (2) 5I, 3I, 2I
(3) 9I, 5I, I (4) 9I, 5I, 0 (3) 9I, 5I, I (4) 9I, 5I, 0
21. A metallic sphere floats in an immiscible 21.
(w= 103 kg/m3)
mixture of water (w= 103 kg/m3) and a liquid (L = 13.5 103 kg/m3)
(L = 13.5 103 kg/m3) such that its (4/5)th portion (immiscible mixture)
is in water and (1/5)th portion is in the liquid. The (4/5)th
(1/5)
density of metal is :-
:-
(1) 4.5 103 kg/m3 (2) 4.0 103 kg/m3 3
(1) 4.5 10 kg/m 3
(2) 4.0 103 kg/m3
(3) 3.5 103 kg/m3 (4) 1.9 103 kg/m3 (3) 3.5 103 kg/m3 (4) 1.9 103 kg/m3

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22. A sphere, a cube and a disc all of the same 22.
(Cube)
material, quality and volume are heated to 600C (disc)
600C
and left in air. Which of these will have the lowest
rate of cooling ?
?
(1) Sphere (1)
(2) Cube (2)
(3) Disc (3)
(4) All will have same rate (4)
23. How long after the beginning of motion is the 23.
displacement of a harmonically oscillating point
equal to one half its amplitude, if the period is 24

24 sec and initial phase is zero ?
?
(1) 12 sec (2) 2 sec (1) 12 sec (2) 2 sec
(3) 4 sec (4) 6 sec (3) 4 sec (4) 6 sec
24. A beaker is completely filled with water at 4C. 24. 4C
It will overflow :-
:-
(1) When heated but not when cooled (1)
,
(2) When cooled but not when heated (2)
(3) Both when heated or cooled (3)
(4) neither when heated nor when cooled (4)
25. The vibrations of four air columns of same length 25.
are represented in figure. The ratio of frequencies
np : nq : nr : ns
:
np : nq : nr : ns is:

p q
p q

r s
r s
(1) 12 : 6 : 3 : 4 (2) 1 : 2 : 4 : 3
(1) 12 : 6 : 3 : 4 (2) 1 : 2 : 4 : 3
(3) 4 : 2 : 3 : 1 (4) 6 : 2 : 3 : 4
(3) 4 : 2 : 3 : 1 (4) 6 : 2 : 3 : 4
26. Calculate the value of h in U-tube shown in the 26. U-
h
following figure.
Density of oil = 0.9 g/cm3
= 0.9 g/cm2,
Density of carbon tetrachloride = 1.6 g/cm3
= 1.6 g/cm3,
Density of mercury = 13.6 g/cm3
= 13.6 g/cm 3

A A E
E
Oil h Carbon tetra B
h
B 20
20 chloride
D

D
Mercury

(1) 18.9 cm (2) 20.9 cm (1) 18.9 cm (2) 20.9 cm


(3) 30.9 cm (4) 40.9 cm (3) 30.9 cm (4) 40.9 cm


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27. We consider a thermodynamic system. If U 27.
U
represents the increase in its internal energy and
W
W is the work done by the system, Which of the -

following statements is true ?
?
(1) U = W, is an isothermal process (1) U = W :
(2) U = +W, is an isothermal process (2) U = +W :
(3) U = W, is an adiabatic process (3) U = W :
(4) U = +W, is an adiabatic process (4) U = +W :
28. A simple harmonic motion has an amplitude A 28.
A
T
and time period T. The time required by it to travel x = A x = A/2
from x = A to x = A/2 is ?
(1) T/6 (2) T/4 (3) T/3 (4) T/2 (1) T/6 (2) T/4 (3) T/3 (4) T/2
29. A thin copper wire of length L increases in length 29. L
0C 100C
by 1% when heated from 0C to 100C, If a thin 1%

copper plate of area 2L L is heated from 0C 2L L
0C
to 100C, the percentage increase in its area will 100C
be
:-
(1) 1% (2) 2% (3) 3% (4) 4% (1) 1% (2) 2% (3) 3% (4) 4%
30. Two strings A and B have length A and B carry 30.
A
B
A B
masses MA and MB at their lower ends, the upper MA
MB
ends beings supported by rigid suports. If nA and
nB are the frequencies of thier vibrations and
nA
nB
nA = 2nB,
nA = 2nB, then :-
(1) A = 4B, regardless of masses (1) A = 4B,
(2) B = 4A, regardless of masses (2) B = 4A,
(3) MA = 2MB, A = 2B (3) MA = 2MB, A = 2B
(4) MB = 2MA, B = 2A (4) MB = 2MA, B = 2A
31. Figure shows a capillary tube C dipped in a liquid 31.
C
that wets it. The liquid rises to a point A. If we blow
A
air through the horizontal tube H, what will be
H
happen to the liquid column in the capillary tube?
?

Air H Air H
A A

(1) Level will rise above A (1) A


(2) Level will fall below A (2) A
(3) Level will remain at A (3) A
(4) It is difficult to predict (4)

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32. The P-V diagram of a gas undergoing a cyclic 32. ABCDA
process (ABCDA) is shown in the graph where P P-V
Nm2
is in units of Nm2 and V in cm3. Identify the V cm 3

incorrect statement.
P P
A B A B
2 105 2 105
P P
1 105 D C 1 105 D C
V V
2.0 2.0
(1) 0.4 J of work is done by the gas from A to B. (1) A B 0.4 J
(2) 0.2 J of work is done on the gas from C to D (2) C D 0.2 J
(3) Work is done by gas in going from B to C (3) B C
D
and on the gas from D to A. A
(4) Net work done by the gas in one cycle is (4) 0.2
J
0.2 J
33. If the maximum velocity and maximum 33.
acceleration of a particle executing SHM are
equal in magnitude, the time period will be :-
:-
(1) 1.57 sec (2) 3.14 sec. (1) 1.57 sec (2) 3.14 sec.
(3) 6.28 sec. (4) 12.56 sec. (3) 6.28 sec. (4) 12.56 sec.
34. Two temperature scales A and B are released by 34.
A B
:
A 42 B 72 A 42 B 72
. At which temperature two
110 220 110 220
scales have the same reading ?
?
(1) 42 (2) 72 (3) +12 (4) 40 (1) 42 (2) 72 (3) +12 (4) 40
35. A motorcycle starts from rest and acclerates along 35.
a straight path at 2 m/s2. At the starting point of
2 m/s2
the motorcycle there is a stationary electric siren.
How far has the motorcycle gone when the driver
hears the freuqency of the siren at 94% of its value
94%
when the motorcycle was at rest ?
?
(Speed of sound = 330 m/s1) ( 1
= 330 m/s )
(1) 49 m (2) 98 m (1) 49 m (2) 98 m
(3) 147 m (4) 196 m (3) 147 m (4) 196 m
36. A spherical solid ball of volume V is made of a 36. V 1
material of density 1. It is falling through a liquid 2( 2 < 1)
of density 2(2 < 1). Assume that the liquid

applies a viscous force on the ball that is
proportional to the square of its speed v, i.e.
Fviscous = kv2 (k > 0). The terminal speed of the F = kv2 (k > 0), :-
ball is :-
Vg(1 2 ) Vg1
Vg(1 2 ) Vg1 (1) (2)
(1) (2) k k
k k
Vg1 Vg(1 2 ) Vg1 Vg(1 2 )
(3) (4) (3) (4)
k k k k

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37. A diatomic ideal gas is used in a car engine as the 37.
-
working substance. If during the adiabatic expansion
part of the cycle, volume of the gas increases from V 32V

V to 32 V, the efficiency of the engine is :-
:-
(1) 0.5 (2) 0.75 (1) 0.5 (2) 0.75
(3) 0.99 (4) 0.25 (3) 0.99 (4) 0.25

38. If a simple pendulum of length has maximum 38.


angular displacement , then the maximum
, m
kinetic energy of the bob of mass m is :-

1 1 mg 1 1 mg
(1) m (2) (1) m (2)
2 g 2 2 g 2

(3) mg(1 cos ) (4) (1/2) mg sin (3) mg(1 cos ) (4) (1/2) mg sin
39. Two rods of different materials and identical cross 39.
-
sectional areas, are joined face to face at one end
and their free ends are fixed to rigid walls. If the
temperature of the surounding is increased by
(surrondings)
30C, The magnitude of the displacement of the 30C
(Joint)
joint of the rods is :
(length of the rods, 1 = 2 = l unit, ratio of their (
1 = 2 = l
Young's modulii, Y1/Y2 = 2; Coefficients of linear Y 1/Y 2 = 2;
expansion are 1 and 2) 1 2
(1) 5(2 1) (2) 10(1 2) (1) 5(2 1) (2) 10(1 2)
(3) 10(2 21) (4) 5(2a1 2) (3) 10(2 21) (4) 5(2a1 2)
40. Tunning fork of frequency 90Hz is sounded and 40. 90Hz
moved towards an observer with a velocity equal
1
to one-tenth the velocity of sound, the note heard
10
by the observer will have a frequency in Hz.

(1) 100 (2) 90 (Hz
-

(3) 80 (4) 900 (1) 100 (2) 90 (3) 80 (4) 900

41. The loss in weight of a solid when immersed in 41.


0C
a liquid at 0C is W0 and at tC is W. If coefficient W0
tC W
of volume expansion of the solid and the liquid s L
W
be s and L respectively, then W is equal to:
:

(1) W0[1 +(s L)t] (1) W0[1 +(s L)t]

(2) W0[1 (s L)t] (2) W0[1 (s L)t]

(3) W0[(s L)t] (3) W0[(s L)t]

(4) W0t/(s L) (4) W0t/(s L)

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42. If for hydrogen CP Cv = m and for nitrogen Cp 42. CP Cv = m
Cv = n, where CP and Cv refer to specific heats Cp Cv = n,
CP
Cv
per unit mass relation between m and n is :
(Molecular weight of hydrogen = 2 and molecular m
n : (
=
weight of nitrogen = 14) 2
=14)
(1) n = 14m (2) n = 7m (1) n = 14m (2) n = 7m
(3) m = 7n (4) m = 14n (3) m = 7n (4) m = 14n
43. A simple pendulum suspended from the ceiling 43.
T
of a train has a period T when the train is at rest.
When the train is acceleration, the time period of
the simple pendulum will : :
(1) decrease (2) increase (1) (2)
(3) remain unchanged (4) become infinite (3) (4)
44. Figure given below shows four progressive waves 44.
A, B, C
A, B, C and D with their phases expressed with D
A
respect to the wave A. It can be calculated from
the figure that :
:
y y
B A C D B A C D

O t O t
/2 3 2 /2 3 2

(1) The wave C is ahead by a phase angle of (1) C,


/2
B
/2 and the wave B lags behind by a phase
/2
angle of /2
(2) The wave C legs behind by a phase angle of (2) C,
/2
B
/2 and the wave B is ahead by a phase angle
/2
of /2 (3) C,

B,
(3) The wave C is ahead by a phase angle of and


the wave B lags behind by a phase angle of
(4) The wave C lags behind by a phase angle of p (4) C,

B,
and the wave B is ahead by a phase angle of .
45. A candle of diameter d is 45. d
floating on a liquid in a D(D >> d)
cylindrical container of

diameter D (D > > d) as
shown in figure.

It is burning at the rate of 4cm/hour
4cm/hour, then the tap of
-
the candle will :
(1)
(1) Remain at the same height
(2) 2 cm / hour
(2) Fall at the rate of 2 cm / hour
(3) 4 cm / hour
(3) Fall at the rate of 4 cm / hour
(4) Go up at the rate of 2 cm / hour (4) 2 cm / hour

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46. If compound MX4 has = 0 then most probable 46. MX4 = 0
geometry will be :-
:-
(1) Trigonal bipyramidal (1)
(2) Square bipyramidal (2)
(3) Pentagonal bipyramidal (3)
(4) distorted tetrahedral (4)
47. Correct order is 47. :-
(1) F2 > Cl2 > Br2 > I2 (Electron Affinity) (1) F2 > Cl2 > Br2 > I2
(2) F2 > Cl2 > Br2 > I2 (Bond dissociation energy) (2) F2 > Cl2 > Br2 > I2 (
)
(3) F2 > Cl2 > I2 > Br2 (Oxidising power) (3) F2 > Cl2 > I2 > Br2 ( )
(4) F > Cl > Br > I (Reducing power) (4) F > Cl > Br > I ()

48. The product of oxidation of I and MnO4 in 48.


I MnO4
alkaline medium is
(1) IO3 (2) I2 (1) IO3 (2) I2

(3) IO (4) IO4 (3) IO
(4) IO4
49. Which product formation takes place by the 49. CaO P4O10
reaction of CaO with P4O10 ?
?
(1) Calcium phosphide (1)
(2) Calcium phosphate (2)
(3) Calcium phosphite (3)
(4) Calcium metal phosphate (4)
50. In CsCl structure, 8 Cl ions surround one Cs+ ion. 50. CsCl Cs+ 8 Cl
Find out the total number of directional bond in CsCl. CsCl
(1) 8 (2) 4 (3) 0 (4) 1 (1) 8 (2) 4 (3) 0 (4) 1
51. All bond lengths are identical in :- 51. .......
:-
(1) PCl5 (2) ClF3 (1) PCl5 (2) ClF3
(3) NO3 (4) H2SO3 (3) NO3 (4) H2SO3
52. The correct order of Ionic Radius 52. :-
(1) Ti+4 > Sc+3 > Ca+2 +4 +3
(1) Ti > Sc > Ca +2

(2) Mn+7 > Sc+3 > V+5 (2) Mn+7 > Sc+3 > V+5
(3) N3 > Mg+2 > Al+3 (3) N3 > Mg+2 > Al+3
(4) Na+ > Li+ > Mg+2 (4) Na+ > Li+ > Mg+2
53. Match the column-I with column-II and mark the 53. - I -I I
appropriate choice.
Column-I Column-II
-I -II
(P) Borax (i) Na3AlF6 (P) (i) Na3AlF6
(Q) Inorganic benzene (ii) Na2B4O7.10H2O (Q) (ii) Na2B4O7.10H2O
(R) Cryolite (iii) Al2O3.2H2O (R) (iii) Al2O3.2H2O
(S) Bauxite (iv) B3N3H6 (S) (iv) B3N3H6
(P) (Q) (R) (S) (P) (Q) (R) (S)
(1) (ii) (iv) (i) (iii) (1) (ii) (iv) (i) (iii)
(2) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (2) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
(3) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv) (3) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv)
(4) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv) (4) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv)
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54. Which of the following statements is true? 54.
(1) The dipole moment of NF3 is zero (1) NF3
(2) The dipole moment of NF3 is less than NH3 (2) NF3
NH3
(3) The dipole moment of NF3 is more than NH3 (3) NF3
NH3
(4) The dipole moment of NH3 is zero (4) NH3
55. Dil. H2SO4 and oxide react to produce hydrogen 55. H 2 SO 4
peroxide. The oxide is :-
:-
(1) MnO2 (2) PbO2 (1) MnO2 (2) PbO2
(3) TiO2 (4) Na2O2 (3) TiO2 (4) Na2O2
56. Molecule having angle greater than observed in 56.
tetrahedral structure :-
:-
(1) NH3 (2) H2O (1) NH3 (2) H2O
(3) R2O (4) OF2 (3) R2O (4) OF2
57. Which of the following configuration will show 57.
IP
maximum difference in 2nd & 3rd I.P.
:-
(1) 1s2, 2s2 2p6, 3s1 (2) 1s2, 2s22p6 (1) 1s2, 2s2 2p6, 3s1 (2) 1s2, 2s22p6
(3) 1s2, 2s2 (4) 1s2, 2s22p2 (3) 1s2, 2s2 (4) 1s2, 2s22p2
58. Cold slaked lime Cl2
Product, Product is 58.
Cl

2
(1) CaCl2 (2) Ca(OCl)2 (1) CaCl2 (2) Ca(OCl)2
(3) CaCl2.Ca(OCl)2 (4) CaClO2 (3) CaCl2.Ca(OCl)2 (4) CaClO2
59. Which of the following statement is incorrect ? 59.
(1) During N+2 formation, one electron is removed (1) N+2
N2
from the bonding molecular orbital of N2.
(2) During O+2 formation, one electron is removed (2) O+2
O2
from the antibonding molecular orbital of O2.
(3) During O2 formation, one electron is added (3) O2
O2
to the bonding molecular orbital of O2.
(4) During CN formation, one electron is added (4) CN
CN
to the bonding molecular orbital of CN.
60. The bond angle and hybridization in ether 60. (CH 3 OCH 3 )
(CH3OCH3) is :-
:-
(1) 10651', sp3 (1) 10651', sp3
(2) 10431', sp3 (2) 10431', sp3
(3) > 10928', sp3 (3) > 10928', sp3
(4) None of these (4)
61. Ionic potential is :- 61. :-
(1) Energy needed to remove el (1) el
(2) Energy released to add el (2) el
(3) Charge to radius ratio of a cation (3)
(4) Charge to radius ratio of anion (4)
62. If EN order of four elements A, B, C & D is 62. A, B, C
D
ENA > B > C > D
A > B > C > D then which of the following will
H+
resist to release H+ :-
(1) A O H (2) B O H (1) A O H (2) B O H
(3) C O H (4) D O H (3) C O H (4) D O H
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63. H4P4O12 and H3P3O9 have same 63. H4P4O12
H3P3O9

(1) Number of POP bonds (1) POP
(2) Number of POH bonds (2) POH
(3) Number of P==O bonds (3) P==O
(4) None of these (4)
64. Which of the following species is paramagnetic? 64.
(1) NO (2) O22 (3) CN (4) CO (1) NO (2) O22 (3) CN (4) CO
65. The H-bond in solid HF can best represented 65. HF
H-
as:-
:-
(1) H F ..... H F ... H F (1) H F ..... H F ... H F
H H H H H H H H
(2) (2)
F F F F F F
F F F F
H H H H H H H H
(3) (3)
F F

H H H H
F F F F F F F F
(4) (4)
H H
66. Reaction given 66.
In open
Na2CO3 . 10H2O air
Na2CO3.H2O + 9H2O Na2CO3 . 10H2O Na2CO3.H2O + 9H2O

The method is :-
:-
(1) Efflorescence (2) Deliquescene (1) (2)
(3) Dehydration (4) Hydration (3) (4)
67. The correct order of IE2 (second ionisation energy) is 67. IE2 (
)
:-
(1) Ne > F > O > N (2) O > F > Ne > N (1) Ne > F > O > N (2) O > F > Ne > N
(3) Ne > O > F > N (4) O > Ne > F > N (3) Ne > O > F > N (4) O > Ne > F > N
68. In an inorganic salt (A) is decomposed at about 68. (A)
523 K
523 K to give product (B) and (C). Compound (B)
(C)
(C)
(C) is liquid at room temperature and is neutral
towards litmus paper, while (B) used in dental
(B)
surgery here (A), (B), (C) are respectively :-
(A), (B), (C)
:-
(1) NH4NO3, N2O, H2O (1) NH4NO3, N2O, H2O
(2) NH4NO3, K2O, H2O (2) NH4NO3, K2O, H2O
(3) CaCO3, CaO, H2O (3) CaCO3, CaO, H2O
(4) CaCO3, CaO, H2O (4) CaCO3, CaO, H2O
69. The common features of the species N22 , O2 and 69. N22 , O2
NO
NO are :
(1) bond order three and isoelectronic. (1)
(2) bond order two and isoelectronic. (2)
(3) bond order three but not isoelectronic. (3)
(4) bond order two but not isoelectronic. (4)

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70. The solubilities of carbonates decreases down the 70.
magnesium group due to decrease in :-
:-
(1) Inter-ionic attraction (1) -
(2) Entropy of solution formation (2)
(3) Lattice energy of solids (3)
(4) Hydration energy of cations (4)
71. Sodium metal can be used for the drying of ... 71.
.........
(1) Ethanol (2) Ammonia (1) (2)
(3) Dimethyl ether (4) Phenol (3) (4)
72. Which of the following element cannot be 72.
accomodated in the present set up of the long form
:
of periodic table : (1) Uns (2) UnO
(1) Uns (2) UnO (3) Unn (4) Ubh (3) Unn (4) Ubh
73. Which one of the following reaction of xenon 73.
compound is not feasible?
(1) XeO3 + 6HF XeF6 + 3H2O (1) XeO3 + 6HF XeF6 + 3H2O
3 3
(2) 3XeF4 + 6H2O 2Xe + XeO3 + 12HF + O (2) 3XeF4 + 6H2O 2Xe + XeO3 + 12HF + O
2 2 2 2
(3) 2XeF2 + 2H2O 2Xe + 4HF + O2 (3) 2XeF2 + 2H2O 2Xe + 4HF + O2
(4) XeF6 + RbF RbXeF7 (4) XeF6 + RbF RbXeF7
74. If H-X bond length is 2 and H-X has dipole 74. H-X
2
H-X
moment 5.12 1030 C-M, the % of covalent 5.12 10 C-M
30
%
character of molecule is
(1) 10% (2) 16% (1) 10% (2) 16%
(3) 18% (4) 84% (3) 18% (4) 84%
75. A metal M on heating in nitrogen gas gives Y. 75.
M
Y
Y on treatment with H2O gives a colourless gas
Y H2O
which when passed through CuSO4 solution gives CuSO4
Y
a blue colour Y is :-
:-
(1) NH3 (2) MgO (1) NH3 (2) MgO
(3) Mg3N2 (4) Mg(NO3)2 (3) Mg3N2 (4) Mg(NO3)2
(SiO2.5)
1 1
76. (SiO2.5) anion is obtained when 76. :-
(1) All oxygen of SiO44 are shared (1) SiO44
(2) One oxygen of SiO44 are shared (2) SiO44
(3) Two oxygen of SiO44 are shared (3) SiO44
(4) Three oxygen of SiO44 are shared (4) SiO44
77. If the configuration of Y+ & X is 2s2 2p6 then 77. Y+ X
2s2 2p6
(1) IP of X = IP of Y (1) X IP = Y IP
(2) EA of X > EA of Y (2) X EA > Y EA
(3) IP of X = IP of Y+ (3) X IP = Y+ IP
(4) IP of X > IP of Y+ (4) X IP > Y+ IP

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78. Which is false in case of H3BO3 (Boric Acid)? 78. H3BO3 (
)
(1) It is soluble in hot water (1)
(2) It is a tribasic acid (2)
(3) It has a planner structure (3)
(4) It acts as a mono basic acid (4)
79. Which of the following bond has highest bond energy? 79.
(1) bond (1)
(2) bond (2)
(3) Hydrogen bond (3)
(4) None of these (4)
80. The phosphate of a metal has the formula MHPO4. 80.
MHPO4
The formula of its chloride would be:-
:-
(1) MCl (2) MCl2 (1) MCl (2) MCl2
(3) MCl3 (4) M2Cl2 (3) MCl3 (4) M2Cl2
81. KMnO 4 is a strong oxidizing agent in acid 81. KMnO4
Medium. To provide acid medium dil. H2SO4 is
H2SO4
used not HCl. This is due to :-
HCl,
:-
(1) H2SO4 is stronger acid than HCl (1) H2SO4, HCl
(2) HCl is oxidised by KMnO4 to Cl2 (2) KMnO4
HCl Cl2
(3) H2SO4 is a dibasic acid (3) H2SO4
(4) Rate of Rxn is faster in presence of H2SO4 (4) H2SO4
82. Which of the following has been arranged in order 82.
of decreasing bond length :-
:-
(1) P O > Cl O > S O (1) P O > Cl O > S O
(2) P O > S O > Cl O (2) P O > S O > Cl O
(3) S O > Cl O > P O (3) S O > Cl O > P O
(4) Cl O > S O > P O (4) Cl O > S O > P O
83. Identify the incorrect statement in the following 83.
(1) d block element show irregular and erratic (1) d
chemical properties among themselves.
(2) La and Lu have partially filled d-orbital and (2) La
Lu
d-
no other partially filled orbital.
(3) The chemistry of various Lanthanoids are similar. (3)
(4) 4f and 5f orbitals are equally shielded. (4) 4f
5f
84. The correct order of bond angle 84.
(1) PF3 < PCl3 < PBr3 < PI3 (1) PF3 < PCl3 < PBr3 < PI3
(2) PF3 < PCl3 < PBr3 < PI3 (2) PF3 < PCl3 < PBr3 < PI3
(3) PF3 < PCl3 < PBr3 < PI3 (3) PF3 < PCl3 < PBr3 < PI3
(4) PF3 < PCl3 < PBr3 < PI3 (4) PF3 < PCl3 < PBr3 < PI3

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85. Which of the following is not true :- 85.
:-
(1) Hardness of water is shown by its behaviour (1)
towards soap
(2) The temporary hardness is due to the presence (2)
Ca Mg
of Ca and Mg bicarbonates
(3) Permanent hardness is due to the presence of (3)
Ca
Mg
soluble Ca and Mg sulphates and chloride
(4) Permanent hardness can be removed by (4)
boiling the water
86. Which of the following process is nonspontaneous: 86.
:-
(1) F+(g) + Cl(g) F(g) + Cl+(g) (1) F+(g) + Cl(g) F(g) + Cl+(g)
(2) O(g) + S(g) O(g) + S(g) (2) O(g) + S(g) O(g) + S(g)
(3) Be(g) + B(g) Be(g) + B(g) (3) Be(g) + B(g) Be(g) + B(g)
(4) N(g) + O+(g) N+(g) + O(g) (4) N(g) + O+(g) N+(g) + O(g)
87. Which of the following pair of element the 2nd 87.
Heg
elements would not have a more negative Heg?
?
(Heg = e gain enthalpy) (Heg = e
)
(1) N, O (2) F, Cl (1) N, O (2) F, Cl
(3) B, C (4) S, O (3) B, C (4) S, O
88. The most basic oxide of lanthanoids is :- 88.
:-
(1) Pr(OH)3 (1) Pr(OH)3
(2) Eu(OH)3 (2) Eu(OH)3
(3) Gd(OH)3 (3) Gd(OH)3
(4) Lu(OH)3 (4) Lu(OH)3

89. Why silyl isocyanate (SiH3NCO) is linear but 89. (SiH3NCO)

methyl isocyanate (CH3NCO) is bent? The best (CH3NCO)

explanation for it will be


(1) Hydrogen bonding (1) H-

(2) Coordinate and covalent bonding (2)

(3) Covalent bonding (3)

(4) p d back bonding in silyl isocyanate (4)


p d

90. In which of the following non-planar molecule 90.


dz2

dz2 orbital is involved in hybridisation :-


:-

(1) XeF4 (2) SF4 (1) XeF4 (2) SF4

(3) XeO3 (4) XeF5 (3) XeO3 (4) XeF5

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91. Which hormone stimulate release of Bile from gall 91.
bladder ? (1) Enterogastrone (2)
(1) Enterogastrone (2) Gastrin
(3) Secretin (4) CCK (3) (4) CCK
92. Adrenalin and cortisol are both hormones secreted 92.
in response to stress. Which of the following
statement is true for of these hormones ?
?
(1) They act to increase blood glucose (1)
(2) They are secreted by adrenal cortex (2)
(3) Their secretion is stimulated by (3)
adrenocorticotropin
(4) They are secreted into the blood with in (4)
seconds of the onset of stress
93. A person met an accident and died instantly 93.
without any injury to heart, brain, stomach and
kidney. One of the following is the reason of death
(1) Intestine become twisted (1)
(2) Red blood corpuscles became coagulated (2)
(3) Stomach stopped digestion (3)
(4) Diaphragm got punctured (4)
94. An acromian process is characteristically found 94.
in the (1)
(1) Skull of frog
(2)
(2) Sperm of mammals
(3) Pelvic girdle of mammals (3)
(4) Pectoral girdle of mammals (4)
95. Regulation of kidney function of Juxtaglomerular 95.
(JGA)
Apparatus (JGA) involves certain steps given
below. Arrange them in the correct order :-
:-
(a) Release of enzyme renin (a)
(b) Release of aldosterone from adrenal gland (b)
+
(c) Reabsorption of Na and water at DCT (c) DCT Na+
(d) Decrease in blood pressure and blood volume (d)
(e) Conversion of angiotensinogen to angiotensin II (e)
II
(1) a, e, b, c, d (2) b, c, a, e, d (1) a, e, b, c, d (2) b, c, a, e, d
(3) c, d, a, e, b (4) d, a, e, b, c (3) c, d, a, e, b (4) d, a, e, b, c
D D
96. E 96. E
C C
A F K L A F K L
B G M O B G M O
J H N J N
H
I I

P P
Identify the correct statement for the above diagram:-
:-
(1) ABFG is heart, L is kidney, N is intestine (1) ABFG
, L N
(2) ABFG is heart, L is intestine, N is liver (2) ABFG
, L N
(3) ABFG is heart, D is body parts, I is lungs (3) ABFG
, D
I
(4) ABFG is heart, D is lungs, N is intestine (4) ABFG
, D
N

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97. Arbor vitae, which is known as tree of life :- 97.
tree of life
:-
(1) Formed by only gray matter & found in (1)
cerebellum.
(2) Formed by only white matter and found in (2)
cerebrum

(3) Formed by branches of white matter,
(3)
embedded in gray matter and present in
cerebellum
(4) Formed by branches of gray matter embedded (4)
in white matter and present in cerebrum
98. According to chemiosmotic hypothesis, ATPase 98.
form ATP when protons (H+) :-
(H+) :-
(1) Move from stroma to thylakoid lumen by (1)
simple diffusion
(2) Move from stroma to thylakoid lumen by (2)
facilitated diffusion
(3) Move from thylakoid lumen to stroma by (3)
active transport
(4) Move from thylakoid lumen to stroma by (4)
facilitated diffusion
A B

99. Solute 99.


H 2O

Semipermeable
membrane

Observe the given diagram and considering
following statements select out the correct
statements. (A)
(A)
(A) Solution of chamber (A) has higher water
(B)
(B)
potential
(B) Solution of chamber (B) has lower solute (C) (B) (A)
potential
(D) (B)
(C) Osmosis will occur from (B) to (A)
(D) Solution (B) has higher solute potential (E)
(E) At equilibrium both chambers will have
same water potential
(1) A,B (2) A,B,C
(1) A,B (2) A,B,C
(3) A,B,D (4) A,B,E (3) A,B,D (4) A,B,E
100. Enzymes increase the rate of reaction by :- 100.
(1) Increasing the energy of substrate (1)
(2) Decreasing the energy of substrate (2)
(3) Decreasing activation energy (3)
(4) Decreasing the energy of product (4)

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101. What is common among Maltase, Dipeptidases, 101.
Nucleases ? (1)
(1) These are present in intestinal juice.
(2) 7 pH
(2) These act at a pH lower than 7.
(3)
(3) These all are proteins.
(4) These all are proteolytic enzymes. (4)
102. Which one of the following four glands are 102.
correctly matched with the accompanying
?
description ?
(1)

(1) Thyroid hyperactivity in young children
causes cretinism (2)

(2) Thymus Starts undergoing atrophy after (3)

puberty

(3) Parathyroid Secretes parathormone which
promotes movement of calcium ions from
blood to bones during calcification (4)

(4) Pancreas Delta cells of the islets of

langerhans secrete a hormone which
stimulates glycolysis in liver
103. Which statement correctly defines Bohr effect? 103.
(1) Rise in P 50 with a decrease in CO 2
(1) CO2
P50
concentration
(2) Rise in P 50 with a increase in CO 2 (2) CO2
P50
concentration
(3) Fall in P50 with a decrease in PH (3) PH
P50
(4) Rise in P50 with an increase in PH and decrease
in PCO2 (4) PCO2
PH
P50

104. With which state of a living muscle are the 104.


following events associated ?
?
(a) Ca++ released by sarcoplasmic reticulum (a)
Ca++
(b) Actin forms complex with myosin (b)
(c) ATPase is activated (c)
(d) Troponin binds Ca++ (d)
Ca++
(1) Relaxed state (1)
(2) Muscle at the begining of contraction (2)
(3) Muscle in tetanus (3)
(4) Muscle at the end of contraction (4)
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105. Match the items of column-I with those of 105.
-I
-II
column-II.

Column-I Column-II
-I
-II

(A) Ammonotelism (i) Birds (A) (i)

(B) (ii)
(B) Bowman's (ii) Water
capsule reabsorption
(C) (iii)
(C) Micturition (iii) Bony fish
(D) (iv)
(D) Uricotelism (iv) Urinary
bladder
(E) ADH (v)
(E) ADH (v) Renal tubule

(1) A-(iii), B-(v), C-(iv), D-(i), E-(ii) (1) A-(iii), B-(v), C-(iv), D-(i), E-(ii)

(2) A-(iii), B-(iv), C-(v), D-(i), E-(ii) (2) A-(iii), B-(iv), C-(v), D-(i), E-(ii)
(3) A-(i), B-(v), C-(iv), D-(iii), E-(ii) (3) A-(i), B-(v), C-(iv), D-(iii), E-(ii)
(4) A-(i), B-(ii), C-(v), D-(iii), E-(iv) (4) A-(i), B-(ii), C-(v), D-(iii), E-(iv)
106. The figure below shows an angiogram of the 106.
coronary blood vessel. Which one of the following
statements correctly describes, what is being done?

(1) It is coronary artery which has a cancerous (1)


growth that is being removed
(2) It is coronary artery which is blocked by a (2)
plaque and the same is being cracked
(3) It is coronary vein in which the defective (3)
valves are being opened
(4) It is coronary vein blocked by a parasite (4)
(blood fluke) that is being removed
107. Which of the following can't be taken as an 107.
example of parasympathetic stimulation?
(1) Increase in the intestinal peristalsis (1)
(2) Increased secretion of gastric juice
(2)
(3) Contraction of the detrusor muscles of
urinary bladder. (3)
(4)Increase in ventricular force of contraction. (4)

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108. 108.
Characteristics C 3 plant C 4 plant C 3 C 4
Primary CO 2
(A)
acceptor
(i) (ii) (A)
CO 2 (i) (ii)

Number of carbons
CO2
(B)
(B) in the primary CO 2 (iii) 3 (iii) 3
acceptor

(C) (iv)
(C)
RuBisCO in
Yes (iv)
mesophyll cells
PEPcase in

(D) (v) (vi)
(D)
mesophyll cells
(v) (vi)

Choose the correct combination for (i) to (vi):- (i) (vi)

(1) (i)PEP, (ii)OAA, (iii)3, (iv)Yes, (v) No, (1) (i)PEP, (ii)OAA, (iii)3, (iv)
, (v)
,
(vi)Yes (vi)

(2) (i)PGA, (ii)RuBP, (iii)5, (iv)No, (v) Yes, (2) (i)PGA, (ii)RuBP, (iii)5, (iv)
, (v)
,
(vi)No (vi)

(3) (i)RuBP, (ii)OAA, (iii)4, (iv)Yes, (v) No, (3) (i)RuBP, (ii)OAA, (iii)4, (iv)
, (v)
,
(vi)No (vi)

(4) (i)RuBP, (ii)PEP, (iii)5, (iv)No, (v) No, (4) (i)RuBP, (ii)PEP, (iii)5, (iv)
, (v)
,
(vi)Yes (vi)

109. A B C 109. A B C
H2 O H2 O H 2O H2 O H2 O H2O

For given diagram selectout the correct statement :


:

(1) Stage (A) appear when cell is placed in (1) (A)


hypotonic solution
(2) Stage (B) appear in hypertonic solution (2)
(B)

(3) During stage (A) water is first lost from (3)


(A)
cytoplasm and then from vacuole.
(4) During stage (A) water is first lost from (4)
(A)
vacuole and then from cytoplasm.
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Active
site

110. 110.
substrate

substrate
analogue

Above diagram is the indicative diagram of a type


of inhibition. Choose the correct match :

Substrate
Type of Inhibition Substrate
analogue

Non-Competitive (1)
(1) Malonate Succinate
reversible

Succinate (2)
(2) Competitive Malonate
dehydrogenase
(3)
(3) Competitive Succinate Malonate

Non-Competitive Succinate (4)
(4)
irreversible dehydrogenase
Succinate

111. Consider the following four statements (A D) 111.


(A D)
and select the option which includes all the
:-
incorrect ones only :-
(A)
(A) Food is the only basic requirements of all
living organisms (B)
(B) The major components of our food are (C)
carbohydrates, proteins, fats.
(C) Biomacromolecules in food can be utilised by
(D)
our body in their original form
(D) Food provides energy and organic materials

for growth and repair of tissues :-
Options :- (1) (B), (C)
(D)
(1) Statement (B), (C) and (D)
(2) (A), (C)
(D)
(2) Statement (A), (C) and (D)
(3) (A)
(C)
(3) Statement (A) and (C)
(4) Statement (A), (B) and (D) (4) (A), (B)
(D)
112. Which of the following is not the function of 112.
Insulin ? (1) m-RNA
(1) Increases activity of m-RNA and ribosomes (2)
(2) Affects metabolism of fats by inducing

lipogenesis
(3) Increasing protein synthesis (3)
(4) Increasing Glycolysis (4)
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113. Which of the following diagram is correct 113.
representation of inspiration?

(1) Air entering lungs (1)

Ribs and
sternum Volume of
raised thorax
increased
Rib cage

Diaphragm
contracted

(2) Air entering lungs (2)


Ribs and
sternum
raised Volume of
thorax
Ribs cage
increased

Diaphragm
relaxed

(3) Air entering lungs (3)

Ribs and sternum


returned to
original position

Diaphragm
contracted

(4) Air entering lungs (4)

Ribs and sternum


Volume of
returned to
thorax of
original position
increased

Diaphragm
contracted


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114. Read the following statement (A-E) 114.
(A-E)
(A) The skull is composed of two sets of bones (A)
(Cranial)
cranial and facial that totals to 22 bones
(facial)
22
(B) Cranial bones are 14 in numbers (B)
14
(C) Facial region is made up of 8 bones (C)
8
(D) A single U-shaped bone called hyoid is (D) U-
present at the base of the buccal cavity and
it is also included in the skull
(E) Each middle ear contains three tiny bones (E)
malleus, incus and stapes, collectively called
ear ossicles
How many of the above statements are incorrerct
for skeletal system of human being.
(1) Four (2) Three (3) Two (4) One (1) (2) (3) (4)
115. When a person is suffering from poor renal 115.
absorption which one of the following factor will
not help in maintenance of blood volume ?
?
(1) Decreased glomerular filtration (1)
(2) Increased ADH secretion (2) ADH
(3) Decreased arterial pressure in kidney (3)
(4) Increased arterial pressure in kidney (4)
116. The vibrations produced in ear drum transmitted 116.
_______
through the ear ossicles and _______ on to the
________
fluid of the cochlea where they induce ripple in
:-
the ________ :-
(1)
(1) Oval window, Basilar membrane
(2)
(2) Oval window, Maculae
(3) Round window, Basilar membrane (3)
(4) Round window, Reissner's membrane (4)
117. If A stands for axon, B for dendrite, C for synapse 117. A
B
C
and D for cell body. Then sequence of structure D
between receptor and affected organ.
(1) A-C-D-B-D-A-C (2) C-D-A-C-B-D-A (1) A-C-D-B-D-A-C (2) C-D-A-C-B-D-A
(3) B-A-D-C-B-A-D (4) B-D-A-C-B-D-A (3) B-A-D-C-B-A-D (4) B-D-A-C-B-D-A
118. Which of the following is not correct regarding 118.
light compensation point ?
(1) This condition occurs usually in evening
(1)
and morning
(2) Net production is equal to respiration
consumption (2)
(3) Gross production in more than Net production
(3)
(4) There is no gaseous exchange with
environment by plant. (4)

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119. Which of the following phenomenon is not 119.
?
universal in occurrence ?
(1) (2)
(1) Transpiration (2) Guttation
(3) Respiration (4) Growth (3) (4)
120. Consider the following four statements (a-d) and select 120.
(a-d)
the option which includes all the correct ones only:
(a) Zinc is a cofactor for the proteolytic enzyme (a)
carboxypeptidase
(b) Haem act as prosthetic group in the enzyme (b)
that catalyzes the break down of hydrogen
peroxide to water and oxygen
(c) Cofactor is the part of enzyme which does not (c)
affect the catalytic activity of the enzyme
(d) NAD contain the vitamin riboflavin (d) NAD
(1) Statements (b), (c) and (d) (1) (b), (c) (d)
(2) Statements (a), (c) and (d) (2) (a), (c) (d)
(3) Statements (a) and (c) (3) (a) (c)
(4) Statements (a) and (b) (4) (a) (b)
121. Read of the following four statements (A D): 121. (A D)
:
(A) Submucosa contains nerves, blood vessels and (A)
lymph vessels.
(B) Alcohol is absorbed in the stomach (B)
(C) Very significant digestive activity occurs in (C)
small intestine. (D)
(D) Fructose is absorbed by facilitated diffusion.
How many of the above statements are right -
(1) four (2) two (3) one (4) three (1) (2) (3) (4)
122. A person is having problems with calcium and 122.
phosphorus metabolism in his body. Which one
of the following glands may not be functioning
properly ? ?
(1) Pituitary (2) Pancreas (1) (2)
(3) Pineal (4) Parathyroid (3) (4)
123. Values of pO2 and pCO2 in blood of systemic 123.
pO2 pCO2
veins respectively are :- :-
(1) 40 mm Hg and 95 mm Hg (1) 40 mm Hg and 95 mm Hg
(2) 40 mm Hg and 45 mm Hg (2) 40 mm Hg and 45 mm Hg
(3) 90 mm Hg and 40 mm Hg (3) 90 mm Hg and 40 mm Hg
(4) 45 mm Hg and 40 mg Hg (4) 45 mm Hg and 40 mg Hg
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124. All the muscles in the body at a given time are 124.
never found in perfectly relaxed state. Although
showing no outward signs of activity they are in
a state of mild contraction which causes them to

resist on being stretched. This activity of muscle
is called

(1) Conductibility (2) Twitch (1) (2)
(3) Tonicity (4) Tensility (3) (4)
125. Given below are four statements (a-d) regarding 125.
(a-d)
human blood circulatory system :
:
(a) Arteries are thick-walled and have narrow (a)
lumen as compared to veins.
(b) Angina is acute chest pain when the blood (b)
circulation to the brain is reduced

(c) Persons with blood group AB can donate
(c) AB
ABO
blood to any person with any blood group

under ABO system.
(d)
(d) Calcium ions play a very important role in
blood clotting.
Which two of the above statements are correct?

(1) (a) and (b) (2) (b) and (c) (1) (a) (b) (2) (b)
(c)
(3) (c) and (d) (4) (a) and (d) (3) (c) (d) (4) (a)
(d)
126. Given below is a diagrammatic view of ear. Which 126.
of the following option is correctly representing
A D
A to D :-

A A
B B

C C
D D

(1) A-Temporal bone, B-Incus, C-Semicircular (1) A-


, B-, C-
canal, D-Pinna D-
(2) A-Temporal bone, B-stapes, C-Cochlea, (2) A-
, B-
, C-
,
D-Tympanic membrane D-
(3) A-Parietal bone, B-Stapes, C-Vestibule, D-Ear (3) A-
, B-
, C-
,
drum D-
(4) A-Parietal bone, B-Malleus, C-Vestibule, (4) A-
, B-, C-
,
D-Eustachian tube D-
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127. In the diagram of the lateral view of the human 127.
brain, parts are indicated by alphabets. Choose the
answer in which these alphabets have correctly

:-
matched with the part which they indicate :-
E B E
B
A A

C C
D D
(1) A Temporal lobe (1) A Temporal lobe
B Parietal lobe B Parietal lobe
C Cerebellum C Cerebellum
D Medulla oblongata D Medulla oblongata
E Frontal lobe E Frontal lobe
(2) A Frontal lobe (2) A Frontal lobe
B Temporal lobe B Temporal lobe
C Cerebrum C Cerebrum
D Medulla oblongata D Medulla oblongata
E Occipital lobe E Occipital lobe
(3) A Temporal lobe (3) A Temporal lobe
B Parietal lobe B Parietal lobe
C Cerebrum C Cerebrum
D Medulla oblongata D Medulla oblongata
E Frontal lobe E Frontal lobe
(4) A Frontal lobe (4) A Frontal lobe
B Corpus callosum B Corpus callosum
C Cerebellum C Cerebellum
D Medulla oblongata D Medulla oblongata
E Parietal lobe E Parietal lobe
128. Arithmatic growth is related to :- 128.
:-
rt rt
(1) Lt = L0e (2) W1 = W0e (1) Lt = L0ert (2) W1 = W0ert
(3) Lt = L0 + rt (4) L0 = Lt + rt (3) Lt = L0 + rt (4) L0 = Lt + rt
129. The translocation of organic solutes in sieve tube 129.
members is supported by ?
?
(1) Mass flow involving a carrier and ATP (1)
ATP
(2) Cytoplasmic streaming (2)
(3) Root pressure and transpiration pull (3)
(4) P-Proteins (4) P-
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130. Which statement is incorrect ? 130.


?
(1) Glycolysis is a series of ten Biochemical (1)
10
reactions and occurs in cytosol of Eukaryotes
and prokaryotes.
(2) ATP and NADPH 2 produced by the (2)
ATP NADPH2
movement of electrons are used immediately

in Biosynthetic phase of stroma.
(3) 18 NADH2 will produced inside the mitochondria (3)
when one sucrose completely oxidised in cell.
18 NADH2
-
(4) Pyruvate decarboxylase, Alcohol (4) Pyruvate decarboxylase, Alcohol
dehydrogenase enzyme involved in Anaerobic dehydrogenase
respiration of yeast.
131. Read the following four statement (A D):- 131.
(A D)
:-
(A) The water we intake plays an important role (A)
in metabolic processes and also prevents
dehydration of the body
(B) Digestion is carried out by our digestive (B)
system by mechanical and biochemical

methods
(C)
(C) Large intestine is principal organ for

absorption of nutrients.
(D)
(D) In most mammals two sets of teeth appear
during their life.
How many of the above statements are correct?
?

(1) Four (2) Two (1) (2)

(3) Three (4) One (3) (4)


132. Which of the following pair is incorrect ? 132.
(a) Oxytocin - stimulates uterine contractions (a)
-
during child birth
(b) ACTH - stimulates release of adrenaline
(b) ACTH -
from adrenal medulla

(c) Insulin - Stimulates glycogen breakdown in
(c)
-
the liver
(d) Thyroxine - Stimulates metabolic processes (d)
-

(1) c and d (2) b and c (1) c


d (2) b
c

(3) c only (4) b, c and d (3) c (4) b, c


d

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133. The figure given below shows a small part of 133.
human lung where exchange of gases takes place.
In which one of the options given below, the one
A, B, C D
part A, B, C or D is correctly identified along with
its function
?

D D

C C
A A B
B

Options :- :-
(1) C : arterial capillary-passes oxygen to tissues
(1) C :

(2) A : Alveolar cavity-main site of exchange of (2) A :


-
gases
(3) D : capillary wall- exchange of O2 and CO2
(3) D :
-
O2 CO2
takes place
(4) B : RBC - transport of CO2 only (4) B : RBC - CO2
134. In which one of the following organisms its 134.
excretory organs are correctly stated ?
(1) Cyclops Pharyngeal (1)
integumentary and
septal nephridia (2)
(2) Cockroach Malpighian tubules

and enteric caeca
(3)
(3) Frog Kidneys, skin and
buccal epithelium
(4) Humans Kidneys, sebaceous (4)
glands and tear glands.
135. In amphibians and reptiles, the left atrium receives 135.
oxygenated blood and the right atrium gets the
deoxygenated blood. However they get mixed up
in the single or incompletely separated ventricle.
Which pumps out mixed blood. This type of
circulation is called as ?
-
(1) Single circulation (1)
(2) Double circulation (2)
(3) Incomplete double circulation (3)
(4) Partially incomplete circulation (4)
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136. A sensation of white light is produced :- 136.
:-
(1) When all rod are stimulated equally (1)
(2) When three types of cones are stimulated
equally (2)
(3) When dim light is available
(4) When light rays are focussed on fovea (3)
directly (4)
137. Which statements is correct (with respect to 137.

phloem transport)? (1)
(1) This occurs along the direction of negative
pressure gradient (2)
(2) This occurs along the positive pressure gradient (3)
(3) This is simple physical process independent

on biological system
(4) Phloem sap contains H2O and sucrose only (4)

138. 138.

a b c d a b c d
Which of the following is conclusion of given
diagram :-
:-
(1) Tip of coleoptile is the site of transmittable (1)
influence (2)
(2) Tip is the photoperceptive structure for phototaxis
(3) Stump is the site of transmittable influence (3) (
)
(4) Stump is the photopereptive structure for (4) (
)
photoropism
139. Toxicity of manganese may induce deficiencies 139.
of :- (1)
(1) One type of micronutrient and one type of
macronutrient
(2)
(2) Two type of micronutrients and one type

of macronutrient
(3)
(3) One type of micronutrient and two types of
macronutrients
(4) Two types of micronutrients and two types (4)
of macronutrients
140. How many statements are Right in A to D. 140. A D

(A) Pyruvic acid, change in Acetyl CoA before (A) TCA-
entering in TCA-Cycle.
(B) Succinyl CoA is only five carbon Intermediate (B) TCA
in TCAcycle
(C) TCA cycle occurs in matrix of mitochondria. (C) TCA
(D) Glycolysis occurs in cytosol (D) Glycolysis
(1) One (2) Two (3) Three (4) Four (1) (2) (3) (4)
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141. Which of the following statements are correct? 141.
I. Absorption of simple sugar, alcohol, some I.
water and medicines takes place in stomach.
II. Intestinal juice contains nuclease & amylase II.
enzymes.
III. Large intestine is the major site of digestion III.
and absorption of food in humans
IV. Fatty acid and glycerol are absorbed by IV.
lacteals.
(1) I and IV (2) III and IV (1) I IV (2) III
IV
(3) II and IV (4) II and III (3) II IV (4) II
III
142. Adenohypophysis of pituitary is :- 142.
(1) Nonnervous part, originated from Rathke's (1)
pouch of stomodaeum
(2) Nervous part, originated from Rathke's (2)
pouch of stomodaeum
(3) Nonnervous part originated from Rathke's (3)
pouch of proctodaeum
(4) Nervous part originated from Rathke's (4)
pouch of proctodaeum
143. Arrange the following in order of decreasing 143.
volume.
A. Tidal volume A.
B. Residual volume B.
C. Vital capacity C.
D. Functional residual capacity D.
(1) A, B, C, D (2) C, B, D, A (1) A, B, C, D (2) C, B, D, A
(3) C, D, B, A (4) D, B, A, C (3) C, D, B, A (4) D, B, A, C
144. Which one of the following statements is 144.
?
incorrect? (1)
(1) The medullary zone of kidney is divided into
a few conical masses called medullary

pyramids projecting into the calyces
(2) Inside the kidney the cortical region extends (2)
in between the medullary pyramids as renal (renal pelvis)
pelvis
(3) Glomerulus alongwith Bowman's capsule is (3)
called the renal corpuscle
(renal corpuscle)
(4) Renal corpuscles, proximal convoluted tubule
(4)
(PCT) and distal convoluted tubule (DCT) of
the nephron are situated in the cortical region (PCT)
(DCT)
of kidney
145. If innervations of nerves of heart are cut, then 145.
:-
heart will :- (1) (2)
(1) Beat rhythmically (2) Stop beating
(3) Beat arrythmically (4) Shrink (3) (4)

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146. Which of the following eye structure is vascular 146.
but not transparent ?
(1) Cornea and lens (1)
(2) Lens and iris (2)
(3) Iris and sclera (3)
(4) Iris and ciliary body (4)
147. Which is the evidence to show that O2 released 147.
O2,
in photosynthesis comes from water ?
?
(1) Isotopic O2 supplied as H2O, appears in the (1) H2O
O2,
O2 released in photosynthesis 2
O
(2) Isolated chloroplast in water releases O2, if (2)
O2
supplied potassium ferrocyanide or some
other electron acceptors (3)
H2S CO2
(3) Photosynthetic bacteria use, H2S and CO2
to make carbohydrates and release sulphur
(4) All of the above (4)
148. Which of the following physiological effects is 148.
common to both Auxin and Ethylene ?
?
(1) Germination in potato (1)
(2) Flowering in pine apple (2)
(3) Weedicide (3)
(4) Elongation of deep water rice plant (4)
149. Uptake and utilisation of Ca ++ by plants is 149.
Ca++
favoured by :-
(1) Mn (2) K (3) B (4) Fe (1) Mn (2) K (3) B (4) Fe
150.
Choose the correct sequence of e acceptors in 150.
ETS. :-
(1) NADH Ubiquinone (Co enzyme-Q) Cyt- (1)NADH
-b-c
b Cyt-c Cyt-a & a3 O2 a & a3 O2
(2) NADH Ubiquinone Cyt-c Cyt-b (2)NADH
-c-b
Cyt-a & a3 O2 a & a3 O2
(3) NADH Ubiquinone Cyt-a & a3 Cyt- (3)NADH
a & a3-
b Cyt-c O2 b c O2
(4) NADH Ubiquinone Cyt-b Cyt-a & (4)NADH
-b-a &
a3 Cyt-c O2 a3 c O2
151. Read the following five statement and answer as 151.
asked next to them ? (a)
(a) Digestion of protein is accomplished in
(b)
stomach
(b) Enterokinase is a nondigestive enzyme (c)
(c) Haustra are enlarged rectal veins (d)
Zn
(d) For activity of carboxypeptidase Zn is requires (e)
(e) Spicy food may cause indigetion
How many of the above statements are correct?

(1) Four (2) One (3) Two (4) Three (1) (2) (3) (4)

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152. Find out suitable match for the following 152.
hormones and related organ :-
(1) ANF Heart, Calcitriole parathyroid (1) ANF

(2) Renin Kidney, Relaxin Placenta
(2)

(3) Calcitriole Kidney, HCG Ovary
(3)

, HCG
(4) Oestrogen Testes, Progesteron Graafian
follicle (4)


153. Ciliary and muscular movements are found 153.
-
respectively in -
(1)
(1) Macrophages and limbs
(2)
(2) Fallopian tube and vas deferens
(3) Fallopian tube and leucocytes (3)

(4) Trachea and tongue (4)


154. Match the terms given in columnI with their 154.
I
II
physiological processes given in columnII and
choose the correct answer :-

ColumnI ColumnII
(A) Proximal convoluted (i) Formation of
I
II

tubule concenterated (A)


(i)
urine
(PCT)
(B) Distal convoluted (ii) Filtration of blood
tubule (B) (ii)

(C) Henle's loop (iii) Reabsorption of (DCT)


70-80% of (C) (iii) 70-80%
electrolytes

(D) Counter-current (iv) Ionic balance
mechanism (D) (iv)

(E) Renal corpuscle (v) maintenance of (E) (v)


concentration
gradient in medulla
(1) (A)iii, (B)v, (C)iii, (D)ii, (E)i
(1) (A)iii, (B)v, (C)iii, (D)ii, (E)i
(2) (A)iii, (B)iv, (C)i, (D)v, (E)ii
(2) (A)iii, (B)iv, (C)i, (D)v, (E)ii
(3) (A)i, (B)iii, (C)ii, (D)v, (E)iv (3) (A)i, (B)iii, (C)ii, (D)v, (E)iv

(4) (A)iii, (B)i, (C)iv, (D)v, (E)ii (4) (A)iii, (B)i, (C)iv, (D)v, (E)ii
155. The small oval depression found on inter auricular 155.
septum in adult is termed :-
:-
(1) Foramen ovale (1)
(2) Fossa ovalis (2)
(3) Formamen of monro (3)
(4) Foramen of magnum (4)
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156. Which one is correct match :- 156.
:-

Sub dural buoyancy to


(1) CSF (1) CSF
space brain
Crura Limb muscle
(2) Grey matter (2)
Cerebrai control
Septum CSF
(3) V ventricle (3) V CSF
lucidum conduction
Superior Pupillary
(4) Mid brain (4)
Colliculus reflex

157. How many molecules of glycine is / are required 157. PCO


NH 3
to release three molecules of NH3 in PCO cycle?
?

(1) 2 (1) 2

(2) 3 (2) 3

(3) 6 (3) 6

(4) Can't be calculated (4)

158. The critical photoperiod for 4 plants is given 158.


4
:-
below Plant A =12 hrs. A = 12
Plant B = 15.5 hrs. B = 15.5
Plant C = 11 hrs. C = 11
Plant D = 10 hrs. D = 10
Plant A Flowers when it receives a minimum of
A
12
12 hrs of light

Plant B Flowers when it receives about 10-12 hrs
B
10-12
of light

Plant C Flowers when it receives more than 11
C
11
hrs. of light

Plant D Flowers when it receives less than 10 hrs.
of light
D
10

Which of the above plants is/are not the long day
plant ?

(1) Only plant B (2) Plant B and D (1) B (2) B


D

(3) Plant A and C (4) Only plant D (3) A


C (4) D

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159. Atmospheric N2 159. Atmospheric N2

A B A B


NH3 NO2 NO3 NH3 NO2 NO3
Soil 'N' Pool Soil 'N' Pool

(Ammonification) (Uptake) (Ammonification) (Uptake)

Decaying biomass Plant biomass Decaying biomass Plant biomass

Animal biomass Animal biomass

In the given diagram (A) & (B) strands for :-


(A) (B)
:-
(A) (B) (A) (B)
(1) Ammonification Denitrification (1)
(2) Ammonification Nitrification (2)
(3) Nitrification Ammonification (3)
(4) Nitrogen fixation Denitrification (4)
160. How many ATP produced from 1 molecule of glucose 160.
by oxidative phosphorylation from Krebs cycle? ATP
?
(1) 56 ATP (2) 15 ATP (1) 56 ATP (2) 15 ATP
(3) 22 ATP (4) 30 ATP (3) 22 ATP (4) 30 ATP
161. The membrane present between scala media and 161.
scala tympani of cochlea is :-
:-
(1) Reissner's membrane (2) Tectorial membrane (1) (2)
(3) Otolith membrane (4) Basilar membrane (3)
(4)
162. Inspired air in alveoli remains in close contact 162.
with blood. The following layers are present
between two (a)
(a) Capillary endothelial membrane
(b)
(b) Capillary basement membrane.
(c) Thin interstitial space. (c)
(d) Alveolar epithelial basement membrane. (d)
(e) Alveolar epithelium. (e)
Marks the correct sequence during diffusion of CO2
CO2
(1) (d), (a), (c), (e), (b)
(1) (d), (a), (c), (e), (b)
(2) (e), (d), (c), (b), (a)
(2) (e), (d), (c), (b), (a)
(3) (b), (e), (c), (a), (d) (3) (b), (e), (c), (a), (d)
(4) (a), (b), (c), (d), (e) (4) (a), (b), (c), (d), (e)

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163. Following diagram shows what :- 163.
:-

(1) One complete contraction (1)


(2) Only formation of actomyosin bond
(2)
(3) Only Sepration of actomyosin bond
(4) Neither formation nor sepration of actomyosin (3)
bond (4)
164. How many animals in the list given below have 164.
protonephridia for excretion :-
:-
Prawn, Earthworm, Planaria, Cockroach,



Rotifers, Amphioxus, Fish, Frog
(1) Four (2) Three (3) Five (4) Two (1) (2) (3) (4)
165. After the death :- 165.
:-
(1) Both veins and arteries are full of blood (1)
(2) Both veins and arteries are empty (2)
(3) Arteries are full of blood while veins are empty (3)
(4) Veins are full of blood while arteries are empty (4)
166. The figure below shows three steps (A, B, C) of 166.
impulse conduction through an axon. Select the (A, B, C)
option giving correct identification together with
it's cause.

(A) (A)

(B) (B)

(C) (C)

(1) A - Action potential, many Na+ gates open (1) A-


Na+
and more Na+ influx
Na+
(2) B - Action potential, many K+ gates open and (2) B-
K+
more K+ influx
K+
(3) B - Action potential, many Na+ gates open and (3) B-
Na+
more Na+ influx
Na+
(4) C - Repolarisation, many Na+ gates open and (4) C-
Na+
more Na+ out flux Na+
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167. During light reaction of photosynthesis :- 167. :-
(1) Both water and CO2 get oxidized (1) CO2
(2) CO2 get reduced and water get oxidized (2) CO2
(3) Water get oxidized (3)
(4) CO2 get reduced (4) CO2
168. Which condition favours "Guttation" :- 168.
(1) Hight water absorption (1)
(2) High transpiration (2)
(3) Low transpiration (3)
(4) 1 & 3 both (4) 1 3
169. During nitrogen metabolism in plants, glutamate 169.
dehydrogenase enzyme is involved in conversion
:-
of :-
(1) -Ketoglutaric NH 4

(1) -Ketoglutaric acid into NH
(2)
4

(2) Glutamic acid into other amino acids


(3) -ketoglutaric
(3) -ketoglutaric acid into glutamic acid
(4) Glutamic acid into amides (4)
D D
170. 170.

A A

B C B C

In the above given diagram identify the correct


A-D
labelling for A-D :- :-
(1) ACortex, BSymplastic path, CEndodermis, (1) A , BSymplastic , CEndodermis,
DCasparian strip D
(2) AApoplastic path, BCortex, CCasparian strip, (2) AApoplastic , B
, C
,
DEndodermis DEndodermis
(3) ASymplastic path, BCortex, CCasparian strip, (3) ASymplastic
, B
, C
,
DEndodermis DEndodermis
(4) AEndodermis, BCortex, CSymplastic path, (4) AEndodermis, B, CSymplastic ,
DCasparian strip D
171. The thyroid and parathyroid glands both glands 171.
secrete hormones that control the concentration
.......
of .......ions in the blood, the amount of this ion ............
is decreased by ............ and increased by ........... :- ...........
:-
(1) Ca+2, Thyrocalcitonin, Parathormone (1) Ca ,
+2
,
(2) I , Thyrocalcitonin, Parathormone (2) I ,

,

(3) I , T3, T4 (3) I , T3, T4
(4) Ca+2, Parathormone, Thyrocalcitonin (4) Ca+2, ,

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172. Which factors are favourable for dissociation of 172.
oxygen from oxyhaemoglobin ?
(A) Lower temperature (A)
(B) Higher H concentration (B)
H

(C) High PCO2 (C) PCO2

(D) Low PO2 (D) PO2


(E) High pH (E) pH
(1) A, D, E (2) B, C, D (1) A, D, E (2) B, C, D
(3) A, B, C (4) B, C, E (3) A, B, C (4) B, C, E
173. The second vertebra, the axis which helps in the 173.
(Axis),
rotatory movement of head has a knob like process
called :
(1) Hypapophysis (1)
(2) Metapophysis (2)
(3) Odontoid process (3)
(4) Zygapophysis (4)
174. Which one of the following correctly explains the 174.
function of a specific part of a human nephron?
(1) Podocytes : Create minute spaces (slit pores) (1)

for the filtration of blood into the Bowman's
capsule
(2)

(2) Henle's loop : most reabsorption of the major

substances from the glomerular filtrate
(3)
K+
(3) Distal convoluted tubule : reabsorption of K+
ions into the surrounding blood capillaries
(4) Afferent arteriole : carries the blood away from (4)

the glomerulus towards renal vein.
175. Human heart is myogenic, because :- 175.
:-
(1) Normal activities of the heart are regulated (1)
intrinsically by specialised muscles.
(2) Normal activities of the heart are regulated (2)
extrinsically by specialised muscles
(3) Normal activities of the heart are regulated (3)
intrinsically by specialised neurons
(4) Normal activities of the heart are regulated (4)
extrinsically by specialised neurons
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176. Hair cell fibre of organ of Corti are in contact 176.
with :-
:-
(1) Basilar membrane (1)
(2) Reissner membrane (2)
(3) Tectorial membrane (3)
(4) Both (1) and (3) (4) (1) (3)
177. In C4 plants, how many ATP used in bundle sheath 177. C4-
1
cell for synthesis of one glucose ?
ATP
?
(1) 18 (2) 12 (1) 18 (2) 12
(3) 30 (4) 39 (3) 30 (4) 39

AI AI

178. B A II 178. B A II

A A
B III B III

In this given diagram I, II and III represent


I, II III
:-
respectively :-
(1)
(1) Uniport, Symport and Antiport
(2)
(2) Uniport, Antiport and Symport
(3)
(3) Symport, Antiport and Uniport
(4) Antiport, uniport and Symport (4)

179. The given statement is related to which process ? 179.


?
"The passing on of the electrons removed as part "
of the hydrogen atoms to molecular O2 with ATP

simultaneous synthesis of ATP" :-
" :-
(1) Krebs cycle (1)
(2) Glycolysis (2)
(3) ETS of photosynthesis (3)
ETS
(4) ETS of respiration (4) ETS
180. Whiptail disease in cauliflower and die back of 180.
citrus is caused by deficiency by
?
(1) Zn, Mo (2) Cu, Mo (1) Zn, Mo (2) Cu, Mo
(3) Mg,N (4) Mo,Cu (3) Mg,N (4) Mo,Cu

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