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10.

Both geometrical isomerism and optical isomerism are exhibited by the complex species

(a) [Co(en)3]3+ (b) [Pt(NH3)2Cl2]

(c) [Cr(ox)2Cl2] (d) [Fe(CN)5(NO)2+

BIOLOGY

1. Consider the following matched pairs.

A. Agave Bulb

B. Bryophyllum Leaf buds

C. Water hyacinth Rhizome

D. Penicillium Conidia

Options:

The two totally wrong pairs are

(a) A and D (b) B and C

(c) A and C (d) A and B

2. Consider the statements regarding the angiosperm.

A. Pollen exine is highly thickened due to sporopollenin.

B. Three celled pollen liberation shows vegetative cell, generative cell and male gamete
nucleus.

C. Cleistogamous flowers are seen in Commelina, Viola and Oxalis plants.

D In maize and bamboo, insects are acting as the pollinating agent.

Options:

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The two correct and wrong statements together are given in

(a) A and B are correct; C and D are wrong

(b) A and C are correct; B and D are wrong

(c) B and D are correct; A and C are wrong

(d) A and D are correct; B and C are wrong

3. Which one of the following pair is wrongly matched?

(a) Zona Prevent the polyspermy by

pellucida inducing and causes

change in the egg

membrane.

(b) LH surge Transformation of Graffian

follicle into corpus luteum

(c) Fallopian Female accessory duct

tubes

(d) Placenta Supply oxygen and

nutrients to the embryo

4. 44AA + XXY is the genetic configuration of an abnormal human male related to

(a) Klinefelters syndrome

(b) Turners syndrome

(c) Downs syndrome

(d) Thalesemia

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5. The following is the sequence of the codons and its corresponding aminoacids in the
b-polypeptide chain of haemoglobin.

(1) GUC (1) Valine

(2) CAU (2) Histidine

(3) CUC (3) Leucine

(4) ACU (4) Threonine

(5) CCU (5) Proline

(6) (A). (6) (B).

Find the missing sixth codon in blank (A) and its corresponding aminoacid in blank (B)
from the options.

Blank A Blank B

(a) GAG Glutamic acid

(b) GUU Valine

(c) GUG Valine

(d) GGU Glycine

6. Four children of a couple show four different blood groups A, B, AB and O. The probable
genotypes of the parents are

(a) IAI0 and IBIB (b) IAIA and IBIB

(c) IAI0 and IBIo (d) IAIB and IoIo

7. The part of tumour inducing plasmid of Agrobacterium tumefaciens which is transferred


into the plant cell is

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(a) T-DNA segment

(b) A-DNA segment

(c) ds DNA segment

(d) cDNA segment

8. Select the totally wrongly paired one from the followings.

(a) Streptokinase Streptococcus

(b) Cyclosporin A Microsporium

(c) Statins Monascus

(d) Swiss cheese Propionibacterium Sharmani

9. In which of the following diseases, the two symptoms and causative organism are
wrongly matched?
Causative
Diseases Symptoms
organism

Sustained
high fever
(i)
with 39 to
40C
Strepto-
(a) Typhoid Stomach coccus
pain, head typhi
ache,
(ii)
constipation
and loss of
appetite

Infection in
the nose
(i) and
respiratory
tract
Common
(b) Rhino virus
cold
Nasal
congestion,
(ii) sore throat,
cough and
head ache

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RBCs
rupture and
(i)
release of
haemozoin Plasmodium
(c) Malaria
vivax

Chill and
(ii)
high fever

Fever,
chills,
(i)
cough and
head ache
Haemo-
(d) Pneumonia philus
Lips and influenzae
finger nails
(ii) turn gray to
bluish
colour

10. The given diagram is the structure of nucleus with the parts labelled as (A), (B), (C),
(D), (E) and(F). Select the part correctly matched with its function.

(a) C Nuclear pore, excretion,

E Nuclear membrane, protection.

(b) B Nucleolus, site of rRNA synthesis,

D Ribosomes, protein synthesis.

(c) A Nucleoplasm, genetic information,

F Nuclear membrane, transportation.

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6. (c) Parents Male Female

IA IO X IBIO

Gametes

Progenies

7. (a) Ti (Tumour inducing) plasmid occurs in the soil


bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens. The part of Ti plasmid transferred into plant
cell DNA is called T-DNA. This T-DNA along with a desired DNA can be inserted into
the cell.

8. (b) Cyclosporin A is obtained from Trichoderma.

9. (a) Salmonella typhi causes typhoid disease.

10. (b) Nuclear pores allow movement of materials. Nuclear membrane is of double layered
nature. Nucleoplasm consists RNA, proteins, carbohydrates, enzymes etc.

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