The Chennai School Of banking

GENERAL SCIENCE Zoology - 05

Question No : 1

Which among the following is a main constituent of Histosols?
(1) Acidic Salts
(2) Organic Matter
(3) Minerals
(4) Clay Content

Question No : 2

Diabetes is caused by –
(1) Excess of insulin
(2) Low production of Insulin
(3) Malfunction of liver
(4) Higher production of bilirubin

Question No : 3

Spiders belong to the phylum -
(1) Mollusca
(2) Annelida
(3) Cnidaria
(4) Arthropoda

Question No : 4

DNA stands for _____
(1) Di Nucleic Acid
(2) Deoxy Nucleic Acid
(3) Diribonucleic Acid
(4) Deoxyribonucleic Acid

Question No : 5

Bovidae Ovis is the scientific name of _____.
(1) Goat
(2) Cow
(3) Buffalo
(4) Sheep

Question No : 6

Which of the following is the main end product of carbohydrate digestion?
(1) Fats
(2) Lipids
(3) Glucose
(4) Cellulose

Question No : 7

Which of the following is a fungal disease?
(1) Dermatitis
(2) Cholera
(3) Jaundice
(4) Indigofera

Question No : 8

_____ is a hormone that regulates the amount of glucose in the blood.
(1) Glucogen
(2) Thyroxine
(3) Oxytocin
(4) Insulin

Question No : 9

Goitre is caused by the deficiency of _____
(1) Zinc
(2) Calcium
(3) Iodine
(4) Chlorine

Question No : 10

Which one of the following organs converts glycogen into glucose and purifies the blood?
(1) Liver
(2) Kidney
(3) Lungs
(4) Spleen

Question No : 11

The disease caused by swelling of the membrane over spinal cord and brain is
(1) Leukaemia
(2) Paralysis
(3) Sclerosis
(4) Meningitis

Question No : 12

The deficiency of Niacin-a vitamin of B complex group causes the disease _____
(1) Marasmus
(2) Pellagra
(3) Rickets
(4) Night-blindness

Question No : 13

Hepatitis affects which organ of the human body?
(1) Liver
(2) Pancreas
(3) Spleen
(4) Small intestine

Question No : 14

Which of the following vitamins contain nitrogen?
(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin B
(3) Vitamin C
(4) Vitamin D

Question No : 15

Which of these process involves burning of food?
(1) Digestion
(2) Breathing
(3) Respiration
(4) Excretion

Question No : 16

‘Mission Indradhanush’ Campaign in India is associated with?
(1) Nutrition to Pregnant Women
(2) Awareness of Diabetes
(3) Eradication of blindness
(4) Vaccination of children

Question No : 17

To reduce tooth decay most toothpastes contain a -
(1) Bromide
(2) Fluoride
(3) Iodide
(4) Chloride

Question No : 18

The vitamin most readily destroyed by heat is -
(1) Riboflavin
(2) Ascorbic acid
(3) Tocopherol
(4) Thiamine

Question No : 19

Haemoglobin is an important component of _____.
(1) white blood cells
(2) red blood cells
(3) plasma
(4) All options are correct

Question No : 20

In unicellular organisms, all functions like digestion, respiration and reproduction are performed by a how many cell(s)?
(1) 1
(2) 2
(3) 3
(4) 4

Question No : 21

Synapse gap is present between which of the following?
(1) Two neurons
(2) Brain and Spinal Cord
(3) Two Kidneys
(4) None of these

Question No : 22

Which of the following micro-organism causes diseases like polio and chicken pox?
(1) Bacteria
(2) Protozoa
(3) Algae
(4) Virus

Question No : 23

Which of the following disease is non-communicable in nature?
(1) Cholera
(2) Chicken-pox
(3) Tuberculosis
(4) Cancer

Question No : 24

Which among the following is/are female hormones?
(i) Estrogen
(ii) Progesterone
(iii) Testosterone
(1) (i) and (iii)
(2) (i) and (ii)
(3) (ii) and (iii)
(4) Only (iii)

Question No : 25

RBCs are formed in the _____ in adults.
(1) Blue bone marrow
(2) Red bone marrow
(3) White bone marrow
(4) Black bone marrow

Question No : 26

Lion, Leopard and Tiger are all species of which genus?
(1) Solanum
(2) Panthera
(3) Felis
(4) Tigirs

Question No : 27

In animals like Annelids, Molluscs, organs have associated to form functional systems, each system concerned with a specific physiological function. This pattern is called _____ system level of organization.
(1) Organ
(2) Open
(3) Closed
(4) Coelom

Question No : 28

Adamsia (Sea anemone) and Pennatula (Sea-pen) are examples of which Phylum?
(1) Coelenterata
(2) Aschelminthes
(3) Annelida
(4) Arthropoda

Question No : 29

BCG vaccination is to be given to a new-born child
(1) immediately after birth
(2) within 48 hours
(3) within seven days
(4) within six months

Question No : 30

A large blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart is called
(1) Vein
(2) Artery
(3) Capillary

(4) Nerve

Question No : 31

Estrogen and progesterone control and stimulate the growth of
(1) Pituitary gland
(2) Thyroid gland
(3) Mammary gland

(4) Supra renal gland

Question No : 32

DNA in a cell is a
(1) Carboxylic acid
(2) Nucleic acid
(3) Amino acid
(4) Fatty acid

Question No : 33

Most frequently used medicine for AIDS is
(1) Zedovudine (Azidothymidine)
(2) Micronazol
(3) Nanaxinel-a
(4) Vinajol

Question No : 34

In a patient of Thalassemia, the body is unable to synthesis
(1) Vitamin D
(2) Hormones
(3) Haemoglobin
(4) Protein

Question No : 35

Lymphocytes cells are formed in which part of human body?
(1) Chest
(2) Knee
(3) Head
(4) Spleen

Question No : 36

 Lexicography is related to:
(1) Structure of human body
(2) Compilation of dictionary
(3) Secret of handwriting
(4) Teaching of pictures and models

Question No : 37

The scientific study of insects is known as:
(1) Ichthyology
(2) Entomology
(3) Parasitology
(4) Malacology

Question No : 38

Which one of the following is not a digestive enzyme in the human system?
(1) Trypsin
(2) Gastrin
(3) Ptyalin
(4) Pepsin

Question No : 39

The most abundant element found in the human body is
(1) Iron
(2) Sodium
(3) Oxygen
(4) Iodine

Question No : 40

Mammoth is the Ancestor of
(1) Dog
(2) Horse
(3) Camel
(4) Elephant

Question No : 41

The polio virus enters into the body through:
(1) Dog bite
(2) Mosquito bite
(3) Polluted food and water
(4) Saliva

Question No : 42

Haemophilia is
(1) Caused by bacteria
(2) Caused by Virus
(3) Caused by pollutants
(4) A hereditary defect

Question No : 43

Blood fails to clot, while flowing in the blood vessel because of the presence of
(1) Heparin
(2) Prothrombin
(3) Haemoglobin
(4) Hirudin

Question No : 44

Sea-Anemones belongs to the phylum?
(1) Arthropoda
(2) Cnidaria
(3) Porifera
(4) Mollusca

Question No : 45

Prawn belong to the phylum
(1) Arthropoda
(2) Cnidaria
(3) Echinodermata
(4) Chordata

Question No : 46

Which drug is used as an Anti-Inflammatory?
(1) Metformin
(2) Diazepan
(3) Latnoprost
(4) Prednisone

Question No : 47

Snake venom is highly modified saliva containing _____
(1) Prototoxins
(2) Neutrotoxins
(3) Zootoxins
(4) Electrotoxins

Question No : 48

The primary function of RNA is –
(1) Photosynthesis
(2) Protein Synthesis
(3) Replication
(4) Translation

Question No : 49

What is the total number of bones in the human body (adult)?
(1) 206
(2) 103
(3) 309
(4) 412

Question No : 50

The suicidal bags of the cell are -
(1) Lysosomes
(2) Ribosomes
(3) Dictyosomes
(4) Phagosomes