36. Protein part of enzyme is know as (A) Isoenzyme (B) Holoenzyme (C) Apoenzyme (D) All the above Ans. (C) 37. Linseed is obtained from (A) Castor (B) Flax (C) Groundnut (D)


1. Formic acid is produced by– (A) White ants (B) Cockroaches (C) Red ants (D) Mosquitoes Ans. (C) 2. Which is the largest living bird on Earth? (A) Emu (B) Ostrich (C)

Terminology & Biotechniques

1. Bee-keeping is known as– (A) Sericulture (B) Apiculture (C) Aquaculture (D) Agriculture Ans. (B) 2. Which one of the following is related to silviculture? (A) Culture of Hilsa (B) Culture of

Human Diseases-4

109. Hematopoiesis take place in (A) Lungs (B) Pancreas (C) Liver (D) Bone marrow Ans. (D) 110. Increased RBC’s in the blood leads to a condition called (A) Anaemia (B) Haemophilia (C)

Human Diseases-3

78. Which one of the following is not a mosquito borne disease? (A) Dengue fever (B) Filariasis (C) Sleeping sickness (D) Malaria Ans. (C) 79. Which of the following is not transmitted

Human Diseases-2

35. Which of the following causes malaria? (A) Insect (B) Bacteria (C) Protozoa (D) Virus Ans. (C) 36. Which of the following disease usually spreads through air? (A) Plague (B) Typhoid (C)

Human Diseases-1

1. AIDS virus has– (A) Single-stranded RNA (B) Double-stranded RNA (C)Single-stranded DNA (D)Double-stranded DNA Ans. (A) 2. Some viruses have RNA, but no DNA. This would indicate that– (A) These viruses can

Genetics and Molecular Biology-1

1. ‘Linkage’ was discovered by– (A) Blakslee (B) Morgan (C) Muller D) Bateson Ans. (D) 2. The virus without capsid but only with nucleic acids is called– (A) Capsomere (B) Nucleoid (C)

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