The Chennai School Of banking

GENERAL SCIENCE Zoology - 06

Question No : 1

Eustachian Tube is located in which part of human body?
(1) Nose
(2) Ear
(3) Eyes
(4) Throat

Question No : 2

Which one of the following is the smallest bird?
(1) Peacock
(2) Penguin
(3) Humming bird
(4) Emu

Question No : 3

Which of the following animals has the longest life span?
(1) Elephant
(2) Crocodile
(3) Dog
(4) Tortoise

Question No : 4

One out of every 200 babies born in India, dies of diarrhea caused by:
(1) Bacteria
(2) Rotavirus
(3) Amoeba
(4) Fungus

Question No : 5

Webbed neck is a characteristic of
(1) Down’s syndrome
(2) Turner’s syndrome
(3) Klinefelter’s syndrome
(4) Cri-du-chat syndrome

Question No : 6

Which one of the following substances is normally found in urine?
(1) Blood proteins
(2) Creatinine
(3) Red blood cells
(4) White blood cells

Question No : 7

Children especially in western countries who receive very little sunshine suffer from  -
(1) Rickets
(2) Dermatitis
(3) Scurvy
(4) Beri-Beri

Question No : 8

Morphology of Chromosomes can be best studied at _____
(1) Interphase
(2) Prophase
(3) Metaphase
(4) Zygotene

Question No : 9

Sphygmomanometer measures the blood pressure in the
(1) Veins
(2) Arteries
(3) Eyes
(4) Synovial

Question No : 10

An organism that transmits disease from one individual to another is called -
(1) Hybrid
(2) Fragment
(3) Vector
(4) Clone

Question No : 11

Which among the following has segmented body?
(1) Phylum Mollusca
(2) Phylum Arthopoda
(3) Phylum Annelida
(4) Phylum Coelenterata

Question No : 12

What is the name of a group of similar cells performing a specific function?
(1) Tissue
(2) Organ
(3) Organ system
(4) Cellular organization

Question No : 13

Which of the followings is responsible for giving colour to human skin?
(1) Luciferin
(2) Haemoglobin
(3) Flavonoids
(4) Melanin

Question No : 14

Which of the following bacteria is responsible for the formation of curd?
(1) Lycopodium
(2) Yeast
(3) Lacto-bacillus
(4) Fungus

Question No : 15

The right portion of human heart receives_____ blood.
(1) pure
(2) impure
(3) mixed
(4) none of these

Question No : 16

Other name of Platelets is?
(1) Leucocytes
(2) Erythrocytes
(3) Lympocytes
(4) Thrombocytes

Question No : 17

Which of the following Phylum are also called flatworms?
(1) Mollusca
(2) Chordata
(3) Ctenophora
(4) Platyhelminthes

Question No : 18

Based on the common features like presence of notochord and dorsal hollow neural system, animals like fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds along with mammals are included in which Phylum?
(1) Mammalia     
(2) Chordata
(3) Primata
(4) Insecta

Question No : 19

In which part of the eye lies the pigment that decides the colour of the eyes of a person?
(1) Cornea
(2) Choroid
(3) Iris
(4) Vitreous body

Question No : 20

When the left ventricle in the human heart contracts, the blood moves to the
(1) Brain
(2) Pulmonary artery
(3) Aorta
(4) Lungs

Question No : 21

Types of vertebrate animals which creep and crawl are called
(1) Mammalians
(2) Amphibians
(3) Molluscs
(4) Reptilians

Question No : 22

Which of the following animals does not have nervous system?
(1) Leech
(2) Tapeworm
(3) Sponges
(4) Snail

Question No : 23

Bright’s disease affects human body in the part
(1) kidney
(2) spleen
(3) heart
(4) liver

Question No : 24

Which one of the following diseases can not be controlled by vaccination?
(1) Diabetes
(2) Polio
(3) Whooping Cough
(4) Small-pox

Question No : 25

Water soluble vitamin is
(1) Vitamin A
(2) Vitamin C
(3) Vitamin D
(4) Vitamin E

Question No : 26

Dolphins are classified in
(1) Fish
(2) Amphibians
(3) Reptile
(4) Mammals

Question No : 27

The sugar present is DNA is:
(1) Glucose
(2) Fructose
(3) Deoxyribose
(4) Ribose

Question No : 28

The brain is responsible for:
(1) Thinking
(2) Regulating the heartbeat
(3) Balancing the body
(4) All of the above three

Question No : 29

Question No : 30

The ‘blue baby’ pollution disease is due to the excessive presence of which of the following in drinking water?
(1) Fluoride
(2) Chloride
(3) Nitrate
(4) Arsenic

Question No : 31

Of the following, ELISA Test is performed to test
(1) Diabetes
(2) Tuberculosis
(3) AIDS
(4) Syphilis

Question No : 32

Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the code given below the Lists:
List I                   List II
(Hormones)        (Secreting Gland)
A. Progesterone  1. Thyroid
B. Testosterone    2. Pancreas
C. Thyroxine        3. Ovaries (Females)
D. Insulin             4. Testes (Males)
Code:
     A   B   C   D
(1) 3    4    1    2
(2) 4    3    1    2
(3) 3    4    2    1
(4) 1    2    3    4

Question No : 33

Which is the largest living bird on Earth?
(1) Emu
(2) Ostrich
(3) Albatross
(4) Siberian crane

Question No : 34

Which of the following is a symptom of haemophilia?
(1) Night Blindness
(2) No clotting of Blood
(3) Rickets
(4) Loss of haemoglobin

Question No : 35

Octopus belongs to the phylum –
(1) Mollusca
(2) Cnidaria
(3) Echinodermata
(4) Chordata

Question No : 36

Earth-worms belongs to the phylum -
(1) Protozoa
(2) Cnidaria
(3) Annelida
(4) Mollusca

Question No : 37

Crabs belongs to the phylum -
(1) Mollusca
(2) Cnidaria
(3) Arthropoda
(4) Platyhelminthes

Question No : 38

Which of the following are also known as Suicidal bag of Cells?
(1) Lysosomes
(2) Lycosome
(3) Nucleus
(4) Chromosome

Question No : 39

Which is the second largest gland of Human body?
(1) Liver
(2) Large Intestine
(3) Thorax
(4) Pancreas

Question No : 40

Which drug is used as an Antidepressant?
(1) Oxybutynin
(2) Tramadol
(3) Sumatriptan
(4) Bupropion

Question No : 41

Cannis Vulpes is the scientific name of -
(1) Dog
(2) Wolf
(3) Fox
(4) Hyena

Question No : 42

Study of classification of organisms is known as _____.
(1) Serpentology
(2) Virology
(3) Taxonomy
(4) Physiology

Question No : 43

Who invented Antibiotics?
(1) Joseph Lister
(2) William Harvey
(3) Robert Knock
(4) Alexander Fleming

Question No : 44

The fat digesting enzyme Lipase is secreted by which of the following
(1) Kidneys
(2) Pancreas
(3) Large Intestine
(4) Liver

Question No : 45

Cannis Familiaris is the scientific name of -
(1) Cat
(2) Dog
(3) Fox
(4) Wolf

Question No : 46

In bio fortification technique plant breeders use breeding to overcome -
(1) Loss due to insect pests
(2) Decrease in food production
(3) Deficiencies of micronutrients and vitamins
(4) Loss due to plant diseases

Question No : 47

The heat treatment applied to milk to stabilize and to remove disease causing bacteria is called as
(1) Pasteurization
(2) Fermentation
(3) Coagulation
(4) Homogenization

Question No : 48

Which of the following is correct about cold-blooded animals?
(1) Their blood remains cold all the time
(2) Their body temperature changes in accordance with atmosphere
(3) Their body temperature remains constant all the time
(4) They kill all the animals they came across

Question No : 49

Which hormone controls the quantity of urine from kidney?
(1) TSH  
(2) ACTH           
(3) FSH
(4) ADH

Question No : 50

Which of the following is an emergency hormone in humans?
(1) Thyroxine
(2) Insulin
(3) Adrenaline
(4) Progestrone