The Chennai School Of banking

GENERAL SCIENCE Zoology - 04

Question No : 1

With which of the following body organ is ‘pace – maker’ associated?
(1) Liver
(2) Brain
(3) Heart
(4) Lungs

Question No : 2

Nephron is related to which of the following system of human body?
(1) Circulatory system
(2) Excretory system
(3) Reproductive system
(4) Respiratory system

Question No : 3

UV rays coming from Sun, majorly causes which cancer?
(1) Lungs cancer
(2) Liver cancer
(3) Mouth cancer
(4) Skin cancer

Question No : 4

Alveoli are related to which of the following system of human body?
(1) Circulatory system
(2) Excretory system
(3) Reproductive system
(4) Respiratory system

Question No : 5

Which is the only one example of Mollusca Phylum?
(1) Locust
(2) Butterfly
(3) Scorpion
(4) Octopus

Question No : 6

Question No : 7

In females, the ovaries are located _____ on each side of the lower abdomen
(1) One
(2) Two
(3) Three
(4) Four

Question No : 8

Which of the following is known as body builder?
(1) Protein
(2) Carbohydrates
(3) Vitamins
(4) Fats

Question No : 9

The largest cell in the human body is
(1) Ovum
(2) Muscle cell
(3) Liver cell
(4) Kidney cell

Question No : 10

Which of the following is not a gland?
(1) Thyroid
(2) Stomach
(3) Pituitary gland
(4) Pancreas

Question No : 11

The set of unpaired Chromosomes are called
(1) Haploid
(2) Diploid
(3) Pyrimidine
(4) Cytosine

Question No : 12

The disease that is caused by virus is
(1) Typhoid
(2) Cholera
(3) Common cold
(4) Tetanus

Question No : 13

Jaundice affects the
(1) Pancreas
(2) Stomach
(3) Liver
(4) Intestine

Question No : 14

Which one of the following is a true fish?
(1) Starfish
(2) Jelly fish
(3) Dog fish
(4) Sea horse

Question No : 15

Dinosaurs were in
(1) Paleozoic era
(2) Cenozoic era
(3) Mesozoic era
(4) Pleistocene era

Question No : 16

Which of the following helps us in protecting from infection
(1) R.B.C.
(2) W.B.C
(3) Blood plasma
(4) Haemoglobin

Question No : 17

Leukaemia is a type of cancer in which there is an abnormal increase in the number of:
(1) Bone cells
(2) Platelets
(3) Red blood cells
(4) White blood cells

Question No : 18

How many chambers are there in heart?
(1) 2
(2) 4
(3) 6
(4) 8

Question No : 19

The disease caused by HIV is
(1) Tuberculosis
(2) Dysentery
(3) Cencer
(4) AIDS

Question No : 20

Which disease is caused by allergy?
(1) Diabetes
(2) Cholera
(3) Ringworm
(4) Asthma

Question No : 21

The normal body temperature of human beings is
(1) 96.4° F
(2) 97.4° F
(3) 98.6° F
(4) 99.4° F

Question No : 22

Rodentia Sciurus is the scientific name of -
(1) Rat
(2) Platypus
(3) Squirrel
(4) Beaver

Question No : 23

Felis Catus is the scientific name of -
(1) Cat
(2) Dog
(3) Mouse
(4) Porcupine

Question No : 24

Which of the following is a viral disease?
(1) Polio
(2) Tetanus
(3) Leprosy
(4) Plague

Question No : 25

The largest artery in human body is -
(1) Aorta
(2) Capillary
(3) Vena cava
(4)  Pulmonary vein

Question No : 26

Birds which swim in water have -
(1) Webbed feet
(2) Broad wings
(3) Long beaks
(4) Toes with claws

Question No : 27

Which of the following parasites is responsible for 65% of the cases of malaria in India?
(1) P. malariae
(2) P. vivax
(3) P. falciparum
(4) P. Ovale

Question No : 28

The radio isotope used in the detection of tumour is
(1) Arsenic - 74
(2) Cobalt – 60
(3) Sodium – 24
(4) Carbon – 14

Question No : 29

Cod liver oil from fish is rich in which vitamin?
(1) Vitamin C
(2) Vitamin D
(3) Vitamin E
(4) Vitamin B

Question No : 30

If waste materials contaminate the source of drinking water, which of the following diseases will spread?
(1) Scurvy
(2) Typhoid
(3) Malaria
(4) Anaemia

Question No : 31

The study of relation of animals and plants to their surroundings is called _____
(1) Ecology
(2) Ethrology
(3) Genealogy
(4) Iconology

Question No : 32

Which endocrine gland is found in chest cavity?
(1) Pineal gland
(2) Thymus gland
(3) Adrenal gland
(4) Fisheries

Question No : 33

Animal protein is called first class protein because it is -
(1) easily digestible
(2) delicious in taste
(3) cheaper in the market
(4) rich in essential amino acids

Question No : 34

Which organ has finger like outgrowths which are called as Villi (Singular Villus)?
(1) Large Intestine
(2) Bladder
(3) Small Intestine
(4) Stomach

Question No : 35

How many pairs of ribs are there in human body?
(1) 13
(2) 11
(3) 12
(4) 14

Question No : 36

Which of the following does not hold true for Animal belonging to Phylum Chordate?
(1) Notochord present
(2) Pharynx perforated by gill slits
(3) Heart is dorsal (if present)
(4) A post-anal part (tail) is present

Question No : 37

_____ being a higher category, is the assemblage of families which exhibit a few similar characters.
(1) Order
(2) Species
(3) Genus
(4) Class

Question No : 38

Glaucoma is a disease of the
(1) Skin
(2) Lungs
(3) Liver
(4) Eyes

Question No : 39

The vitamin which is generally excreted by humans in urine is
(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin D
(3) Vitamin C
(5) Vitamin E

Question No : 40

Haemoglobin contains the metal
(1) Copper
(2) Molybdenum
(3) Iron
(4) Magnesium

Question No : 41

Which of the following plant hormone is mainly responsible for fruit ripening?
(1) Cytokinin
(2) Ethylene
(3) Abscissic acid
(4) None of these

Question No : 42

Which of the following vertebrates lack exoskeleton?
(1) Amphibia
(2) Mammalia
(3) Aves
(4) Chondrichthyes

Question No : 43

Which of the following disease is caused by the excessive used alchoholic beverage?
(1) Appendicitis
(2) Viral hepatitis
(3) Gall stones
(4) Liver cirrhosis

Question No : 44

Who explained first The evolution of life?
(1) Newton
(2) Einstein
(3) Charles Darwin
(4) Lamarck

Question No : 45

What function does blood perform in the body?
(1) Takes oxygen to all parts
(2) Maintains liquidity
(3) Helps in digestion
(4) Helps in erection

Question No : 46

Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the code given below the lists:
List I                               List II
(Disease)                         (Cause)
A. Night blindness          1. Vitamin D
B. Rickets                      2. Vitamin C
C. Scurvy                       3. Vitamin B
D. Beri-beri                     4. Vitamin A
Code:
     A   B   C    D
(1) 1    2    3    4
(2) 3    4    1    2
(3) 4    1    2    3
(4) 2    3    4    1

Question No : 47

Which bacteria cause milk to spoil?
(1) Aspergillus
(2) Staphylococcus
(3) Pseudomonas
(4) Lactobacillus

Question No : 48

Which of these decreases in human the body due to dengue fever?
(1) Platelets
(2) Hb
(2) Sugar
(4) Water

Question No : 49

The radio isotope used in the detection of tumour is
(1) Arsenic – 74
(2) Cobalt – 60
(3) Sodium – 24
(4) Carbon - 14

Question No : 50

Which one of the following is called the ‘digestive bag’ in the cell?
(1) Golgi body
(2) Mitochondrion
(3) Ribosome
(4) Lysosome