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Q.1: Protein subunits of capsid is called the capsomeres is a characteristic of each virus. Their number in Herpes virus is-------- ?

  1. 100
  2. 152
  3. 162
  4. 172

C

Q.2: Which of the following statement about AIDS is incorrect ?

  1. is a host specific disease
  2. An infected mother cannot pass the virus to her baby.
  3. Results in enlargement of lymph nodes
  4. Can be prevented.

B

Q.3: The agent of controversial nature causing mad cow infection is------- ?

  1. Bacteria
  2. Cowpox Virus
  3. Adenovirus
  4. Prion

D

Q.4: In lysogenic cycle the process of spearation of phage DNA from the hosts chromosome and initiation of lytic cycle is called------- ?

  1. Lysis
  2. Lysogeny
  3. Induction
  4. Adsorption

C

Q.5: Which of the following is an RNA virus ?

  1. Influenza virus
  2. Herpes virus
  3. HBV
  4. Pox virus

A

Q.6: Dipeptides into amino acids are are converted through---------- ?

  1. Amino peptidase
  2. Erypsin
  3. Pepsin
  4. Trypsin

B

Q.7: Puccinia is a parasitic---------- ?

  1. Plant
  2. Fungus
  3. Animal
  4. Algae

B

Q.8: Stunted growth of roots is due to the deficiency of------------in plants ?

  1. Potassium
  2. Magnesium
  3. Phosphorus
  4. Iron.

C

Q.9: Earthworm is an example of --------------feeder ?

  1. Detritus
  2. Fluid
  3. Macrophageus
  4. Filter

A

Q.10: Anus is surrounded by ----- types of muscles ?

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 1
  4. 4

A

Q.11: Parasites capable of living independently of its host at times is called as ----------- parasite ?

  1. Obligate
  2. Strict
  3. Facultative
  4. Endoparasite

C

Q.12: How many species of fungi are known till now ?

  1. 10000
  2. 100000
  3. 10000000
  4. 1000

B

Q.13: How many species of mushrooms are edible ?

  1. 100
  2. 200
  3. 3000
  4. 4000

B

Q.14: Those fungi which can grow only on their living host and cannot be grown on available defined growth culture medium e.g. various mildews and most rust species are called---------- ?

  1. Parasitic fungi
  2. Obligate parasitic fungi
  3. Facultative parasitic fungi
  4. All of these

B

Q.15: Which one of the following is the largest group of fungi ?

  1. Zygomycota
  2. Ascomycota
  3. Basidiomycota
  4. Deuteromycota

B

Q.16: Unicellular fungi which is non-hyphal is-------- ?

  1. Mushroom
  2. Yeast
  3. Penicillium
  4. Mold

B

Q.17: Type of lichen which tightly attaches to rocks is-------- ?

  1. Parmelia
  2. Fruticose
  3. Foliose
  4. Crustose

D

Q.18: In slime molds spores develop into-------- ?

  1. Swarm cells
  2. Biflagellated cells
  3. Amoeboid reproductive cells
  4. All of these

D

Q.19: Of the following which one is not the characteristic of dinoflagellates ?

  1. Most of them are unicellular
  2. They have blooms
  3. Their cells are often covered with shells of interlocking cellulose plates impregnated with calcium
  4. None of these

C

Q.20: Based on molecular data euglenoids are thought to be closely related to--------- ?

  1. Dinoflagellates
  2. Zooflagellates
  3. Protozoans
  4. Algae

B


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