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1. Function of protoderm is to form 5. Lenticels present in woody trees help
1. pith in
2. vascular bundles
1. Exchange of gases and
3. ground tissues
4. epidermis
2. Which among the following is not a 2. Exchange of gases and guttation.
secondary or lateral meristem
3. Only exchange of gases.
1. intercalary meristem
2. fascicular vascular cambium
3. inter fascicular cambium 4. Elimination of exudates.
4. cork cambium
6. Which of the following is not
3. During the formation of leaves and
correctly matched?
elongation of stem, some cells ‘left
behind’ from shoot apical meristem, 1. Companion cell – Albuminous
it constitute cells in gymnosperm
1. apical bud
2. Companion cell – Associated
2. terminal bud
with sieve cells
3. axillary bud
4.secondary Meristem 3. Companion cell – Nucleated
4. Match the column I with column II structure and its nucleus controls

Column I Column II sieve tube

Xylem Absent in most of
a. (i) 4. Companion cell – Helps in
parenchyma the monocots
Long cylindrical maintaining the pressure gradient in
b. Sclereids (ii)
tube-like structure
sieve tube
c. (iii) Food and tannins
7. Correct statements among the
d. Vessel (iv) Fruit walls of nuts
1. a(i), b(ii), c(iii), d(iv) following is/are
a) different organs in plant show
2. a(iii), b(iv), c(i), d(ii)
differences in their internal structure
3. a(ii), b(iv), c(iii), d(i)
4. a(iii), b(ii), c(i), d(iv)
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b) monocots and dicots are 10. Inflorescence in given belong to
anatomically similar which family

c) internal structures shows

adaptations to diverse environments
d) apical meristem produce only
dermal tissues not vascular tissues
1. a and c 2. b and d
3. a and d 4. b and c
8. Identify the correct label in given
diagram. 1. Brassicaceae 2. Solanaceae
3. Fabaceae 4. Liliaceae
11. Match the following:
Column I Column II
a) Tulip i) mitotic poison
b) Aloe ii) vegetable
1. A-axillary bud, B-shoot apical c) Asparagus iii) medicine
meristem, C-vascular tissues d) Colchicine iv) ornamental
2. A-intercalary meristem, B-axillary
(a) (b) (c) (d)
bud, C-vascular tissues
3. A-vascular tissues, B-shoot apical 1. i ii iii iv
meristem, C-leaf primordium 2. ii i iv iii
4. A-leaf primordium, B-shoot apical
3. iv iii ii i
meristem, C-axillary bud
9. Meristem in grass which regenerate 4. iii iv i ii
parts removed by grazing harbivores 12. The bulliform cells in grasses
1. intercalary meristem in shoot apex
1. Are present on the upper
2. intercalary meristem in root
epidermis of leaves.
3. is secondary in origin
4. intercalary meristem between mature 2. Become turgid and cause the
tissues leaves to curl inwards under stress.

3. Are small resin filled cells.

4. Help in transpiration.
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13. Find the incorrect pair w.r.t. fruit 18.
1. Liliaceae – capsule, rarely berry
2. Solanaceae – Caryopsis
3. Fabaceae – Legume
4. Brassicaceae – Siliqua, Silicula
14. Non endospermic seed occur in all
1. Gram 2. Soyabean
3. Tomato 4. Ground nut Choose correct option w.r.t. given
15. Unilocular ovary occur in floral diagram
1. Trifolium 2. Brinjal 1. flower is unisexual
3. Belladonna 4. Gloriosa 2. vexillary aestivation in calyx
16. Match the following w.r.t. 3. valvate aestivation in corolla
4. epiphyllous condition
Column I Column II
19. Gynoecium is bicarpellary obliquely
a) Tulip i) Axile
placed ovary, placenta swollen with
b) Sunflower ii) Parietal many ovules. These characters are
c) Pulses iii) Marginal applicable to
1. Solanaceae 2. Liliaceae
d) Mustard iv) Basal
3. Fabaceae 4. Brassicaceae
(a) (b) (c) (d) 20. Which of the following character is
1. i ii iii iv not related to family of given plant
2. iv iii ii i
3. ii iii iv i
4. i iv iii ii

17. Leaves in this family are mostly

basal, alternate linear, exstipulate
with parallel venation. It is
1. Liliaceae 2. Solanaceae
1. pulvinate leaf base
3. Fabaceae 4. Brassicaceae
2. reticulate venation
3. zygomorphic flower
4. vexillary aestivation in calyx
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21. Meaning of which of the following 26. In given figure
symbol is not correctly written
1. Br Bracteolate flower
2. P Perianth
3. G Superior ovary
4. A Actinomorphic flower
22. Inflorescence in which main axis
continues to grow and flowers are
borne laterally in acropetal
1. gynoecium occupies highest position
succession is
2. ovary is perigynous
1. uniparous cymose
3. ovary is half inferior
2. biparous cymose
4. margin of thalamus enclose ovary
3. multiparous cymose
4. racemose
27. Ovary is superior in
23. In cymose inflorescence
1. mustard, china rose and brinjal
1. main axis terminate in a flower
2. plum, rose and peach
2. there is only one flower
3. ray floret of sunflower
3. flower arrangement is centripetal
4. guava and cucumber
4. flower arrangement is acropetal
28. In citrus
24. All flowers are actinomorphic except
1. Monoadelphous condition is present
1. Mustard 2. Datura
2.Diadelphous condition is present
3. Chilli 4. Pea
3. polyadelphous condition is pesesent
25. In Cassia symmetry of flower is
4. Syngenesious condition is present.
1. radial
2. actinomorphic
29. Sepals or petals in a whorl just touch
3. similar to Canna G
one another at margin without
4. zygomorphic
overlapping. It is __________
1. Vexillary 2. Valvate
3. Twisted 4. Imbricate
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30. In bean 33. All tissues except epidermis and
1. anterior petal is largest vascular bundles constitute the
2. lateral petal overlap posterior petal 1. Dermal tissue
3. keel is largest petal 2. Ground tissue
4. lateral petals are two in number 3. Conducting tissue
4. Vascular tissue
31. Which of the following is not a 34. Pith is made up of
part of epidermal tissue system? 1. Collenchyma
1. Trichomes 2. Parenchyma
2. Passage cells 3. Chlorenchyma
3. Guard cells 4. Sclerenchyma
4. Subsidiary cells 35. Separate xylem and phloem
32. Match the columns I and II, and bundles are known as
choose the correct combination 1. Radial
from the options given below. 2. Amphivasal
3. Collateral
4. Bicollateral

36. The tangential as well as radial

walls of the endodermal cells
have a deposition of water
impermeable waxy material in
the form of
1. Starch sheath 2. Casparian
3. Conjuctive tissue 4. Bundle
37. Polyarch and exarch condition is
found in
1. Monocot stem 2. Monocot
1. a – 1 –b – 2 –c – 3 3. Dicot root 4. Dicot stem
2. a – 2 –b – 3 –c – 1 38. In roots, lateral branches grow
3. a – 3 –b – 2 –c – 1 from
4. a – 3 –b – 1 –c – 2 1. Epiblema 2. Pericycle
3. Cortex 4. Endodermis
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39. Monocot root has 44. Medullary rays are made up of
1. Vascular bundles two to four, pith 1. Fibres
is large and well developed 2. Tracheids
2. Radial vascular bundles, polyarch 3. Sclerenchyma cells
xylem, no secondary growth 4. Parenchymatous cells
3. Usually more than six xylem
bundles, pith is small or
45. The components of stele are
1. Pith, pericycle, vascular bundles
4. Both 2 and 3
2. Endodermis, pericycle, pith
40. Endodermis is a part of 3. Endodermis, pericycle
1. Epidermal system 4. Pericycle, pith
2. Intrastelar tissue
3. Extrastelar tissue
46. Consider the following
4. Vascular tissue
41. Monocot root differs from dicot statements regarding human
root in having alimentary canal:
1. Open vascular budles
I. Human dentition is thecodont,
2. Scattered vascular bundles
3. Well developed pith homodont and diphyodont
4. Radial vascular bundles II. The tongue is s freely movable
42. Endodermis of dicot stem is also
muscular organ attached to the
roof of the oral cavity by the
1. Bundle sheath
2. Starch sheath frenulum
3. Mesophyll III. The opening of the stomach into
4. Water sheath the duodenum is guarded by the
43. A closed collateral bundle is one
cardiac sphincter
which is
1. Xylem and phloem occur on The incorrect statements
different radii include:
2. Collateral bundle without
cambium 1. None
3. Xylem and phloem are separated
2. Only I
by cambium
4. Collateral bundle with cambium 3. I and III only

4. I, II and III
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47. The structural and functional 4. innermost lining of the blood
units of liver are: vessels derived from embryonic
1. The four hepatic lobes containing
the hepatic sinusoids lined by 50. When secreted due to a fatty
kupffer cells meal, the hormone
cholecystokinin promotes all the
2. The hepatic lobules containing
following except:
hepatic cells arranged in the form
of cords 1. contraction of gall bladder

3. The porta hepatis which carries 2. increased production of hepatic

the common bile duct and bile
common hepatic artery, and the
3. contraction of sphincter of Oddi
opening for the portal vein.
4. stimulation of pancreas
4. The right and the left lobes
separated by the falciform 51. The region of the stomach into
ligament which the espophagus opens is
called as:
48. Bile pigments help in:
1. Cardia
1. Emulsification of fats
2. Fundus
2. Absorption of the end products of
fat digestion 3. Corpus
3. Hydrolysis of fats 4. Pylorus
4. They do not play any role in fat 52. Brunner’s glands are located in
metabolism or digestion the duodenal:
49. Visceral mesothelium is: 1. Mucosa
1. a membrane composed of simple 2. Sub mucosa
cuboidal epithelium
3. Muscularis
2. the layer that covers the body
walls 4. Serosa

3. the epithelium component of

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53. The oral cavity initiates all the 57. Hormonal control of the
following except: secretion of digestive juices is
carried out by the:
1. Chemical process of digestion
1. Secretion of the hypothalamic
2. Mechanical process of digestion
releasing and inhibitory factors
3. Deglutition into a portal vein

4. Peristalsis 2. Synthesis of tropins by the

anterior lobe of pituitary gland
54. Pancreatic lipase can be
activated by: 3. Sympathetic division of the
sutonomic nervous system via the
1. Bile vagus nerve
2. Enterokinase 4. Local hormones produced by
3. Secretin gastric and intestinal mucosa

4. Enterogastrone 58. Bile salts combine with fatty

acids to form complexes called
55. Which of the following is not a _____ that facilitate absorption.
function of adult liver?
1. chylomicrons
1. Glycogen storage
2. micelles
2. Detoxification
3. globules
3. Erythropoiesis
4. lipoproteins
4. Synthesis of clotting proteins
59. Defecation is a/an:
56. The only exopeptidase amongst
the following is: 1. voluntary process and is carried
out by a mass peristaltic
1. Carboxypeptidase movement
2. Chymotrypsin 2. involuntary process and is carried
out by a mass peristaltic
3. Trypsin
4. Elastase
3. voluntary process and is carried
out by a haustration movement
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4. involuntary process and is carried 63. The trachea divides into a right
out by a haustration movement and a left primary bronchus at
the level of:
60. Marasmus is characterized by
all the following except: 1. 2nd thoracic vertebra

1. Inadequate energy intake in all 2. 3rd thoracic vertebra

forms including protein
3. 5th thoracic vertebra
2. Earlier age of onset than
4. 12th thoracic vertebra
64. Consider the following two
3. Edema and ascites
4. Muscular wasting and loss of
I. The lungs are situated in the
subcutaneous fat
thoracic chamber which is
anatomically an air-tight chamber.

61. Most of the aquatic arthropods II. This arrangement is essential as

respire through: we cannot directly alter the
thoracic volume.
1. diffusion over entire body surface
1. Both I and II are correct and II
2. gills
correctly explains I
3. tracheae and tracheoles
2. Both I and II are correct but II
4. skin does not explain I

62. What prevents the entry of food 3. I is correct and II is incorrect

into the larynx during
4. Both I and II are incorrect
65. Regarding pulmonary
1. A thin elastic cartilaginous flap
capacities, the maximum
2. A thick fibrous cartilaginous flap volume of air a person can
breathe in after a forced
3. A thick elastic cartilaginous flap expiration can also be defined
4. A thin calcified cartilaginous flap as:
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1. Total volume of air a person can 1. Partial pressure of carbon dioxide
inspire or expire after a normal
2. Partial pressure of oxygen
inspiration or expiration
2. H+ ion concentration in body
2. Volume of air that will remain in
the lungs after a normal expiration
4. Presence of 2,3-DPG in
3. Maximum volume of air a person
can breathe out after a forced
inspiration 68. Under normal physiological
conditions, what amount of
4. Total volume of air
oxygen is delivered to the
accommodated in the lungs at the
end of a forced inspiration
1. 4 ml
66. Which of the following will not
be equal in normal physiological 2. 5 ml
3. 15 ml
1. Partial pressure of oxygen in
deoxygenated blood and partial 4. 20 ml
pressure of oxygen in tissues 69. Identify the incorrect statement
2. Partial pressure of carbon dioxide regarding the enzyme cabonic
in alveoli and partial pressure of anhydrase:
carbon dioxide in oxygenated 1. RBCs contain a very high
blood concentration of this enzyme
3. Partial pressure of oxygen in 2. The enzyme is absent in the
oxygenated blood and partial plasma
pressure of oxygen in alveoli
3. It facilitates the reaction catalyzed
4. Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in both directions
in tissues and partial pressure of
carbon dioxide in deoxygenated 4. It is a metalloenzyme
70. Pneumotaxic center:
67. Binding of oxygen with
1. moderates the function of the
hemoglobin is primarily related
rhythm center
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2. establishes the respiratory rhythm 73. Which of the following is one of
the physiological adaptations
3. is located in medulla oblongata
that occur in the human body at
4. reduces the duration of expiration very high altitudes?
and thereby alters the respiratory
1. The kidney releases EPO to
stimulate an increase in
71. Pulmonary fibrosis is a hematocrit.
pathological hallmark of:
2. The heart rate decreases.
1. Chronic obstructive lung disease
3. Because of a lower PO2, the
2. Bronchial asthma respiratory rate declines.

3. Viral Pneumonia in children 4. The percentage of hemoglobin

saturation increases.
4. Occupational lung diseases
74. The peripheral chemoreceptors
72. Involuntary hyperventilation are:
during an anxiety attack can
cause the person to become 1. more sensitive to a decrease in
faint because of: PCO2 than to a decrease in PO2

1. increased CO2 levels caused by 2. stimulated by hypocapnia

increase in cellular respiration,
3. located in the medulla oblongata
reducing brain perfusion and
of the brain stem
causing ischemia
4. more sensitive to a decrease in
2. decreased O2 levels in the blood,
PO2 than to a decrease in PCO2
causing cells to lack enough ATP
75. The second largest constituent
3. effects of increased O2 levels in
of plasma is:
the blood and consequent
constriction of cerebral blood 1. Water
2. Proteins
4. lowered CO2 levels in the blood
3. Glucose
and consequent constriction of
cerebral blood vessels 4. Hormones
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76. A person with which of the 79. All terrestrial vertebrates
following blood groups can possess:
receive blood from a donor of
1. A muscle or elastic membrane to
only his/her own blood group?
increase thoracic volume
1. O
2. A renal portal system
2. A
3. A skin that does allow diffusion
3. B of gases

4. AB 4. At least a three chambered heart

77. Certain factors that can initiate 80. What separates the right and
coagulation of blood can be the left atria in the human
released by: heart?

I. Platelets in the blood 1. A thin muscular wall

II. Tissues at the site of injury 2. A thick muscular wall

III. Liver 3. A thin fibrous membrane

1. I and II only 4 A thick fibrous membrane

2. I and III only 81. A tricuspid valve will prevent of

blood flow from:
3. II and III only
1 Right atrium to right ventricle
4. I, II and III
2. Right ventricle to right atrium
78. Interstitial fluid resembles
plasma in the same distribution 3. Left atrium to left ventricle
4. Left ventricle to left atrium
1. Formed elements
82. Purkinje fibers are:
2. Proteins
1. Intrinsic neural fibers in the
3. Minerals ventricles

4. Enzymes 2. Muscle fibers that interconnect

SA node and AV node
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3. Muscle fibers that are distributed 4. Failing
in the ventricular musculature
86. A trained athlete can achieve a
4. Neural fibers that spread the maximal cardiac output of:
impulse throughout the
1. 5 – 10 L/min
ventricular muscle mass
2. 15 – 20 L/min
83. All the following statements
regarding joint diastole phase of 3. 25 – 30 L/min
the cardiac cycle are correct
except: 4. 55 – 60 L/min

1. All chambers are in a relaxed state 87. The atria receive:

2. The AV vales may remain close 1. Oxygenated blood

in the initial period 2. Deoxygenated blood
3. Ventricles get filled in the later 3 Mixed blood
4. Venous blood
4. Semilunar valves remain open
88. On a surface ECG, the end of
84. The first heart sound is heard ventricular systole is marked
during the: by:
1. Beginning of ventricular systole 1. The end of the QRS complex
2. End of ventricular systole 2. The beginning of T wave
3. Beginning of atrial systole 3. The end of T wave
4. End of ventricular diastole 4. The beginning of P wave
85. When the stroke volume of the 89 Normal activities of the human
ventricles is much less than the heart are regulated:
expected values, the heart is
said to be: 1. Intrinsically

1. Fibrillating 2. By the autonomic nervous system

2. Blocked 3. By the somatic neural system

3. Arrested
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4. By the adrenal medullary 96.

90. A normal blood pressure

reading in a healthy adult
human being would be:

I. 116/76 mm Hg 97.
II. 150/80 mm Hg

III. 120/ 94 mm Hg

1. Only I

2. Both I and II

3. Both I and III 98.

4. I, II and III




94. 100.

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101. 107.









106. 112.
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113. 121.




116. 123.








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128. 135.






132. 138.



134. 140.

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142. 148.


144. 149.





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153. 159.







158. 162.
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175. 179.
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