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Q 1, Match the items in column I with the column 2 and choose the correct option Column I        Column 2

a       Binary fission                               1.                                Algae

  1. Zoospore Amoeba
  2. Conidia 3,                            Hydra
  3. Budding    Penipillium

Gem mules                              5, Sponge

  • a-1, b-4, c-5, d-3, e-2
  • a-2, b- 1, c-4,d-3, e-5
  • a-1, b-2, c-3, d-2, e-5

[0] a-2, b-1, c-3, d-5, e-2

Q2. A haploid plant produces male or female gametes by [A]   Binary fission         [B] Mitosis

[C] Meiosis                           [D] Amitosis

Q3  A cross between two tall plants resulted in off spring having few dwarf plants. What

would be the genotypes of both the parents?

[A] TT and Tt                              [B] It and Tt

[C] TT and TT                               [D] It and tt

Q4. The correct sequence of spermatogenetic stages leading to the formation of sperms in a mature human testes is :

  • Spermatocyte ->Spermatogonia -> Spermatid -> Sperms
  • Spermatogonia -> Spermatocyte -> Spermatid -> Sperms
  • Spermatid -> Spermatocyte ->Spermatogonia -> Sperms
  • Spermatogonia -> Spermatid -> Spermatocyte -> Sperms

Q5. The method of directly injecting a sperm Into ovum in assisted reproductive technology is called

[A] GIFT                                          [B] ZIFT

[C] ICSI                                         [D] None of these

Q6. The net electric charge on DNAand histones is :

  • Bothpositive
  • Bothnegative
  • Negative and positive, respectively
  • Zero

Q7. In E. coli, the lac operon gets switched on when :

  • Lactose is present and it binds to the repressor
  • Repressor binds to operator
  • RNA polymerase binds to the operator

[ID] Lactose is present and it binds to RNA polymerase

 

Q8. The sporozoites that cause infection when a female anopheles mosquito bites a human being are produced and developed in

[A] Liver of human                                 [B] Stomach of mosquito

[C] Salivary glands of mosquitc! [D] Intestine of human

Q9, Fungi used as bio control agent for plant pathogen is :

[A] Claviceps                            [B] Neu rospora

[C] Microsporum                        [0] Trichoderma

  1. Which of the following glands is large sized at birth but reduces in Size with aging?
[A]              Pineal

[C] Thymus

Peyer’s patches produce: [A] Trypsin

[C] Leucocytes

[B]     Pituitary

[Di Thyroid

[B] Mucus

[D] Lymphocytes

 

  • Himgiri developed by hybridisation and selection for disease resistance against rust pathogens is a variety of :

[A]                Chilli                                            [B] Maize

[C] Sugarcane                              [D] Wheat

  • Recombinants are separated from non recombinants by insertional in activation of

DNAas they produce

[A]                   BLUE colour colonies                          [B] Black colour colonies

[C] Colourless colonies                    [D] none of these

  1. The most accepted line of descent in human evolution is :
  • Australopithecus ->ramapithecus -> homo sapiens -> homo habilis
  • Homo erectus -> homo habilis -> Australopithecus -> homo sapiens
  • Ramapithecus -> homo habilis -> homo erectus -> homo sapiens [0] Australopithecus ->ramapithecus -> homo erectus -> homo habilis
  • Which one of the following is a living fossil?

[A] Saccharomyces                       [B] Spirogyra

[C] Cycas                                                  [D] Moss

  • In the presence of high concentration of oxygen, RuBP CARBOXYLASE CONVERT RuBP to

[A] Malic acid and PEP                       [B] PGA AND PEP

[C] PGA AND MALIC ACID                 [ID] PGA AND Phosphoglycolate

 

Ci! I                      atc-h       following and choose the correct option:

  1. Family I)                  tuberosum
  2. ingdoni ii)             polirnoniales
  3. Order iii)            solanum
  4. Species iv) plantae

e        Genus                                   v) solanaceae

 

Options:

  • i-d, ii-c, iv-b, v-a
  • i-e, ii-d, iv-a, v-c
  • i-d, ii-e, iii-b, iv-a, v-c
  • i-e, ii-c, v-b
  • Bioluminescence is found in

[A]                           Chlorella

[C]                Hirudinaria

  • Vascular plants lacking seeds are [A] Algae

[C] Pteridophytes

  • Young one of cockroach is called [A] Maggot

[C] Nymph

 

  • A plant having butterfly — shaped flowers with one standard, two wings-like petals and two keel-like petals belong to

[A] Fabaceae                                      [B] Asteraceae

[C] Malvaceae                                    [D] Solanaceae

Q22           Jute fibres are anatomically [A] Xylem fibres

[C]                                      Sclereids

[B] Phloem fibres [D] Trichomes

 

  • Which one of the following types of cell is involved in making of the inner walls of large blood vessels?

[A]                                Cuboidal epithelium                          [B] Columnar epithelium

[C] Squamous epithelium                [D] Stratified epithelium

Q24           Cilia and Flagella are composed of

[A]                      Microtubules

[C]                   Micro fibrils

[B] Microfilaments [D] Microvilli

 

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  1. Common rnonosaccharide present in nucleus is

[A] Those                                                 [B] Tetrose

[C] Pentose                                   [EY; Hexose

’26. In which stage are the chromosomes arranged in equatorial plate.

[A] Metaphase                              [B] Telophase

[C] Anaphase                              [D] Prophase

  1. Number ofATP molecules produced by one NADH [A] 3 [B] 4

[C]              5                                                     [D] 6

  • Hormone that help in secretion of HCI in stomach is [A] Renin   [B] Gastrin

[C] Secretin                               [D] Somatostatin

  • One molecule of haemoglobin carries molecules of oxygen

[A] One                                                   [B] Two

[C] Three                               [D] Four

  1. An area in the brain which is associated with strong emotion is
    [A] Cerebral cortex [B] Cerebellum

[C] Limbic system                     [D] Medulla oblongata

Q31. A 50,000 W radio station transmits waves of wavelength 4 m. Which of the following

is the best estimate of the number of photons it emits per second?

[A]                   108                                              [B]      1022

[C]        10                                                             [D]     10

  1. A scientist in the Space Station experiences “weightlessness” because
  • there is no gravitational force from the Earth acting on her.
  • the gravitational pull of the Moon has canceled the pull of the Earth on her.
  • she is in free fall along with the Space Station and its contents.
  • at an orbit of 500 km above the Earth, the gravitational force of the Earth on

her is 2% less than on its surface.

Q33. Consider an object that has a mass, m, and a weight, W, at the surface of the moon. If we assume the moon has a nearly uniform density, which of the following would be closest to the object’s mass and weight at a distance halfway between Moon’s center and its surface?

[A] 1/2m8,%W                           [B] Ihm&Y4W

[C] irn&lW                          [D] 1m8,1/2W

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Q34. If the unit for force is F, the unit for velocity v and the unit for time t, then the unit for momentum is

[Al     Ft                                                    [BI Ftv

[G] Ft2v                                                      [D1 Riv

Q35. Two pucks moving on a frictionless air table are about to collide, The 1.5 kg puck is moving directly east at 2.0 m/s. The 4.0 kg puck is moving directly north at 1.0 m/s. What is the total kinetic energy of the two-puck system before the collision?

[A]      3.61J                                   [B] 5.0

[C]        7.0J                                              [D] 10 J

Q36. Two fire trucks have sirens that emit waves of the same frequency. As the fire trucks approach a person, the person hears a higher frequency from truck X than from truck Y. Which of the following statements about truck X can be correctly inferred from this information?

  1. It is traveling faster than truck Y.
  2. It is closer to the person than truck Y.
  • It is slowing down and truck Y is speeding up.

[A]        I only                                           [B]   III only

[C]        I and II only                                               [D]  II and III only

Q37. Of the following, which represents the larger charge? [A]             1×1012e                                                      [B]      1 x10-4‘ C

[C] 1 pC                                                 [D] 1 nC

Q38. A cricket ball is thrown with a spinning motion. Its total kinetic energy is a function of

  • its linear velocity only
  • its angular velocity only
  • both its linear and angular velocities
  • the induced torque

Q39. Acircular hole is cut in a sheet of copper. When the sheet is heated, the area of the hole

  • remains constant
  • decreases
  • increases

[0] decreases only if the hole was located at the exact center of the sheet

Q40. In orderfor a Carnot engine to operate at 100% efficiency, the exhaust temperature is [A] 0 K        [B] 100 K

[C]     infinite                                      [D] equal to the input temperature

 

 

Decreasing the potential difference across the two plates of a parallel capacitor causes what effect?

[ik] the capacitance increases

  • the capacitance decreases
  • charge on the plates increases.
  • charge on the plates decreases

0,49, Which of the following characteristics of electrons determines the current conductor?

  • Drift velocity alone.
  • Thermal velocity alone.
  • Both drift velocity and thermal velocity.
  • Neither drift nor thermal velocity.
  1. Biot-Savart law indicates that the moving electrons (velocity v) produce a magnetic field B such that
  • B ilv.
  • it obeys inverse cube law.
  • it is along the line joining the electron and point of observation.

Q44. A wire current is running through a wire from right to left. The wire is placed in a magnetic field that is running from left to right. What is the direction of the force on the wire?

  • The force is pushing the wire downwards.
  • The force is pushing the wire to the right.
  • The force is pushing the wire to the left.
  • Either the answer cannot be determined from situation.

Q45. When a voltage measuring device is connected to AC mains, the, meter shows the steady input voltage of 220V. This means

  • input voltage cannot beAC voltage, but a DC voltage.
  • maximum input voltage is 220V.
  • the meter reads not V but <V2> and is calibrated to read 1< V2> .
  • the pointer of the meter is stuck by some mechanical defect.

Q46. The focal ratio of a lens or mirror is the ratio of its

[A]                                       Diameter to thickness                         [B] Focal length to diameter .

[C] magnification to diameter       pj focal length to thickness

 

 

Q47. You stand in front of a mirror, How tall does the mirror have to be so that you can see yourself entirely?

  • any size will do
  • less than your half height but more than one fourth of your height
  • half of your height
  • one fourth of your height
  1. Which type of radiation goes farther in matter before losing all of its energy’ [A] alpha radiation                                                                  [B] beta radiation

[C] gamma radiation                         [D] all about the same distance

  1. The blue color of our sky is due to
  • scattering of light
  • water vapor in the atmosphere
  • optical activity
  • diffraction as light filters through the atmosphere

Q50. A photon is associated with a wavelength of 6400 A. What is its energy?

[A] 3.4 eV                                              [B] 2.9 eV

[C] 2.3 eV                                              [D] 1.9 eV

Q51. One nucleus of radioactive disintegration per second is defined as the [A]      curie     [B] roentgen

[C] gray                                                  [D] becquerel

Q52. The conduction band of a semiconductor is

  • The range of electron energies enough to free an electron from binding with its atom
  • Generally located on the top of the crystal
  • Generally located on the bottom of the crystal
  • Same as Valance energy gap

Q53. Ethyl alcohol has about one-half the specific heat of water. Assume equal amounts of energy are transferred by heat into equal-mass liquid samples of alcohol and water in separate insulated containers. The water rises in temperature by 20°C. How much will the alcohol rise in temperature?

  • It will rise by 10°C.
  • It will rise by 25°C.
  • It will rise by 40°C.
  • It depends on the rate of energy transfer

 

 

Q54. The velocity of a mass attached to a :spring is given by v = (3crri/s) sin(wt where w = 3.0 radis. What is the corresponding expression for x?

[A]       x         cm) sin(wt 4- Tr/2)                    [B] x = (9 cm) cos(cot + Tr/2)

[C]      x = -(1 cm) cos(wt Trii2)           [0] x = -(1 cm) cos(i.ot Tr/2)

A hunter in a forest walks 800 m west. He then turns south and walks 400 m beforE­1.1rning west again and walking a final 300 m. At the end of the walk, what is the magnitude of the hunter’s displacement from the beginning?

[A]   640.5 rn

[C]   1170.5

[B] 890.5 m

[D] 1500 m

 

  1. A 50-kg student stands on a scale in an elevator. At the instant the elevator has a downward acceleration of 1.0 m/s2 and an upward velocity of 3.0 mls, the scale reads approximately

[A] 350 N                                                [B] 450 N

[C] 500 N                                                  [D] 550 N

Q57. A simple pendulum has a period of 2 s for small amplitude oscillations. The length of the pendulum is most nearly

[A]      1/4 m                                           [B]     1/2 m

[C]      1 m                                                [D] 2 m

Q58. As a solid block sinks deeper and deeper into water of constant density, what happens to the buoyant force on it?

  • It remains constant
  • It increases.
  • It decreases.
  • It may increase or decrease, depending on the shape of the block.

Q59. If an ideal Carnot engine takes in 500 kJ of heat at 1500 K and expels 300 kJ of heat to the low temperature reservoir during each cycle, which of the following would be closest to the temperature of the low temperature reservoir?

[A] 500K

[C] 200K

[B] 900K

[D] 700K

 

  • Which air temperature feels coldest?

[A] -40 °C                                    [B] -40 °F

[C] 233 K                                                 [D] All three are equal.

  • Acidified water is electrolysed by 1 A current for 16 minutes and 5 seconds using inert electrodes. The volume of gases liberated at STP will be

[A]       168 ml                                         [B] 336 ml

[C]      112 ml                                        [D] 224 ml

 

 

  1. The colour of potassium dichromate changes from red orange to lemon yellow on treatment with aqueous KOH because
  • Reduction of Cr(VI) to Cr(ill)
  • Conversion of dichromate ion to chromate ion
  • Formation of chromium hydroxide
  • Both (a) and (b)
  • Which molecule f on out of the following does not contain unpaired electrons ? [A] N2+                     [C] 02

[C]     022-                                                             [D]

  • In which of the following pairs, both species have similar geometry?

[A] CH4, BF3                                          [B] NH3, BH,

[C]            CO2, H2O                                      [D] PCI5 , ICI,

  1. H2S in the presence of HCI precipitate group II but not group IV because
  • HCI activates H2S
  • HCI increases concentration of CI
  • HCI decreases concentration of S2
  • HCI lowers the solubility of H2S in solution

Q66. Which of the following will give cinnamic acid ? [A] C6H5CHO + (CH3C0)20 / CH3COONa

  • C6H5CHO + CH3CH 0 / OH°
  • C6H5CHO + C2H5CHO / pyridine
  • All of these

Q67. Acidified KMnO4 oxidizes oxalic acid to CO2 . What is the volume of 10-4 M KMnO4 required to completely oxidize 0.5 litre of 102 M oxalic acid in acid medium ?

[A] 125 L                                     [B] 1250 L

[C] 200 L                                      [D] 20 L

  1. What in the pH of a solution obtained by mixing 10 ml of 0.1 M HCI and 40 ml of 0.2 M H2SO4?

[A]      0.74                                     [B] 7.4

[C]        4.68                                               [D] 0.468

 

 

Q6’9. During preparation of ice-creams, gelatine is added in ice- creams. What could be the role of gelatin in the process ?

  • ice-creams are emulsions which get stabiiised by gelatin which acts as an emulfying agent.
  • Gelatine is added to the ice-cream to make it sweet.
  • Gelatine acts as coagulating agent and helps the ice-cream to become solid.
  • Gelatine is adsorbed on milk particles which are later converted to solids.
  • A first order reaction is 20% complete in 10 minutes. What is the specific rate constant for the reaction ?

[A]              0.0970 min-1                                 [B] 0.009 min

[C] 0.0223 min                            [D] 2.223 min-1

  • in a crystalline solid , anions B are arranged in a cubic close packing. Cations A are equally distributed between octahedral and tetrahedral voids if all the octahedral voids are occupied , what is the formula of the solid?

[A] AB,                                        [B] A2B

[C] A3B                                        [D] none of these

  1. RNA and DNA are chiral molecules. Their chirality is due to

[A]             chiral bases                             [B] chiral phosphate ester units

[C] D-sugar component             [D] L-sugar component

Q73. An organic compound A has molecular formula C81-1„N and is optically active. The compound A dissolves in dil. HCl and gives effervescence of nitrogen gas with HNO2. Suggest a structural formula of compound A.

[A]         NH2                                                                                             [B] C6H5NH(C2H5)

 

C2H5

 

[C] C6H5CH(CH3)( NH2)                           [D] C61-15(CH2)2 NH2

Q74. The pH at the equivalence point of a titration may differ from 7.0 because of

  • The self ionisation of water
  • Hydrolysis of the salt formed
  • The indicator used
  • The concentration of the standard solution
  1. Fluorine is not tested by Beilstein ‘ s test because
  • It doesn’t react with copper
  • copper fluoride is not volatile
  • F2 is evolved as a gas
  • The statement is wrong as it is well tested by Beilstein’s test.

 

 

075 NaCI type crystal ( with coordination no. 6:6 can be converted into CsCI type crystal (with coordination no. 8:8) by applying

[A] high temperature                           [B] high pressure

[C] both (a) and (b)                           [D] low temperature and low pressure

  1. The oxidation states of suiphur in Caross and marshal!’ s acid are

[A]                +6,-!-6                                                          [B] +4,+6

[C] +6,-6                                    [D] +6, +4

  1. Siderite and sphalerite are the ore of the metals

[A] Al and Zn                                 [B] Fe and Cu

[C] Cu and Zn                                       [D] Fe and Zn

  1. Polymerisation of caprolactum yields

[A] terylene                                             [B] nylon-6

[C] nylon-6,6                                         [D] polyethene

  1. Which of the following will not undergo cannizaro’s reaction on heating with an alkali solution?

[A] CCI3CHO                                           [B] (CH3)3CCHO

[C] HCHO                                               [D] C6l-15CHO

Q81. The product of oxymercuration of but-1-yne with HgSO4 and H2SO4 will be :

[A] Butanone                                          [B] Butanal

[C] Propanal and Methanal            [D] Propanoic acid and methanoic acid

Q82. Ammonia is used in detection of Cu’ ion because

  • Solution of NH3 reacts with Cu” ion to form deep blue coloured complex
  • NH3 reacts with Cu2+ ion to give blue precipitate of CuO
  • solution of NH3 reacts with Cu2+ ion to form white complex
  • NH3 reacts with Cu2+ ion to give green precipitate

 

Q83. m-chlorobenzaldehyde on reaction with conc. KOH at room temperature gives :

  • m-chlorobenzyl alcohol and m-hydroxybenzyl alcohol.
  • Potassium m- chlorobenzoate and m- chlorobenzyl alcohol

[B] mHydroxybenzaldehyde and m-chlorobenzyl alcohol.

[A] Potassium m- chlorobenzoate and m-hydroxybenzaldehyde.

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Q84. Phenyl methyl ether reacts with HI to give phenol and methyl iodide and not iodobenzene and methyl alcohol because

  • I ion prefers to combine with the smaller group in order to minimise steric hindrance
  • I ion is not reactive towards benzene
  • phenol is formed as a result of hydrolysis of iodobenzene
  • methyl alcohol formed during reaction reacts with I to form methyl iodide
  1. What is the test to differentiate between pentan-2-one and pentan-3- one?

[A]      lodoform test                                         [B] Benedict’s test

[C]               Fehling’s test                                      [D] Aldol condensation test

Q86. Arrange the following compounds in increasing order of basicity: CH3NH2 ; (CH3)2NH ; NH3 ; C6H5N1H2

  • C6H5NH2 < NH3 <(CH3)2NH < CH,NH,
  • CH3NH2< (CH3)2NH < NH,< C6H5NH2
  • C6115NH2< NH3< CH,NH, < (CH3)2NH [ID] (CH3)2NH < CH,NH, < NH3 < C6H5NH2
  1. Which of the following is wrong ?
  • cathode rays have constant e/m ratio
  • elm ratio of anode rays is not constant
  • e/m ratio of protons is not constant
  • e/m ratio offl— particles is constant
  1. Order of esterification of alcohols is

[A]               3°> 2°>                                                          [B] 2°>3©> 1°

[C] 1°> 2°> 3°                                        [D] none of these

  • Composition of Ziegler— Natta catalyst is [A] (Et3)3TiCl2                                           [B]   (Me),AI.TiCI,

[C]       (Et),AI.TiCI,                            [D] (Et)3ALPtC14

  • Which of the following antibiotics is bactericidal ? [A] erythyromycin [B] tetracycline

[C]             penicillin                                                  [ID] chloramphenicol

 

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