The Chennai School Of banking

GENERAL SCIENCE Zoology - 07

Question No : 1

Leptospirosis is a disease caused by
(1) Virus
(2) Fungus
(3) Protozoa
(4) None

Question No : 2

Which of the following is not connective tissue?
(1) Bone
(2) Cartilage
(3) Blood
(4) Skeletal muscle

Question No : 3

The thymus gland produces a hormone called -
(1) Thyroxine
(2) Thymosin
(3) Thyronine
(4) Calcitonin

Question No : 4

Companion cells are unique to?
(1) Bryophytes
(2) Pteridophytes
(3) Angiosperms
(4) Gymnosperms

Question No : 5

The hormone that stimulates heart beat is
(1) Thyroxine
(2) Gastrin
(3) Glycogen
(4) Dopamine

Question No : 6

The sigmoid colon is a part of
(1) Small Intestine
(2) Large Intestine
(3) Pharynx
(4) Rectum

Question No : 7

Blood group was discovered by
(1) Alexander Fleming
(2) William Harvey
(3) Landsteiner
(4) Paulov

Question No : 8

DPT vaccine is categorized as which of the following?
(1) Anti viral vaccine
(2) Anti protozoan vaccine
(3) Anti rickettsial vaccine
(4) A combined vaccine

Question No : 9

Blood is red in colour due to the presence of _____.
(1) Cytochrome
(2) Chlorophyll
(3) Hemocyanin
(4) Haemoglobin

Question No : 10

BOD stands for:
(1) Biological oxidation demand
(2) Biological oxygen decomposition
(3) Biochemical oxygen demand

(4) Biotic oxidation demand

Question No : 11

People with Down’s syndrome invariably affected by:
(1) Huntington’s disease
(2) Alzheimer’s disease
(3) Meningitis
(4) Brain haemorrhage

Question No : 12

In B.C.G Vaccine the word ‘C’ stands for:
(1) Calmette
(2) Cough
(3) Chlorine
(4) Cadmium

Question No : 13

Oxyntic cell is meant for the secretion of -
(1) Pepsin
(2) Enterokinase
(3) Hydrochloric acid
(4) Lactic acid

Question No : 14

Snakes, turtle, lizards and crocodiles falls under which category of animals?
(1) Pisces
(2) Amphibian
(3) Reptilian
(4) Aves

Question No : 15

The scientific name of human being is?
(1) Homo Nigrum
(2) Melongena Sapiens
(3) Homo Sapiens
(4) Tigris Solanum

Question No : 16

Cattle quickly swallow grass and store it in their _____.
(1) Rumen
(2) Oesophagus
(3) Small intestine
(4) Salivary glands

Question No : 17

Which of the following function is performed by the kidneys in the human body?
(1) Excretion
(2) Respiration
(3) Digestion
(4) Transportation

Question No : 18

Which among the following is not a connective tissue?
(1) Blood
(2) Bone
(3) Skin
(4) Cartilage

Question No : 19

What is the full from of RNA?
(1) Ribo Nucleic Acid
(2) Ribo Nitric Acid
(3) Ribo Nutrient Acid
(4) Reverse Nucleic Acid

Question No : 20

Which of the following are longest cells of human body?
(1) Pancreatic cells
(2) Epethelial cells
(3) Nerve cells
(4) Epidermal cells

Question No : 21

How does a Unicellular Organism reproduce?
(1) Cell division
(2) Cell reproduction
(3) Cell synthesis
(4) Fragmentation

Question No : 22

Night Blindness is caused by deficiency of which of the following Vitamin?
(1) Vitamin B
(2) Vitamin C
(3) Vitamin K
(4) Vitamin A

Question No : 23

In which of the following part of the cell does the pyruvic acid is broken down into carbon dioxide, water and energy?
(1) Cytoplasm
(2) Nucleus
(3) Mitochondria
(4) Chloroplast

Question No : 24

Taenia(Tapeworm), Fasciola (Liver fluke) examples of which Phylum?
(1) Coelenterata
(2) Platyhelminthes
(3) Annelida
(4) Arthropoda

Question No : 25

Taenia(Tapeworm), Fasciola (Liver fluke) examples of which Phylum?
(1) Coelenterata
(2) Platyhelminthes
(3) Annelida
(4) Arthropoda

Question No : 26

Order Primata comprising monkey, gorilla and gibbon is placed in class Mammalia along with order Carnivora that includes?
(1) Giraffe, Camels and Elephants
(2) Crocodile, Lizard and Snake
(3) Lion, Leopard and Tiger
(4) Tiger, Cats and Dogs

Question No : 27

Animals in which the cells are arranged in two embryonic layers are called _____
(1) Diploblastic
(2) Extoderm
(3) Tripoblastic
(4) Endoderm

Question No : 28

The animals in which the body cavity is absent are known as _____
(1) Coelomates
(2) Wild
(3) Pseudocoelomates
(4) Acpelomates

Question No : 29

Biological names are generally derived from which language?
(1) French
(2) Latin
(3) Mexican
(4) German

Question No : 30

Animals in which the cells are arranged in three embryonic layers are called _____
(1) Diploblastic
(2) Ectoderm
(3) Tripoblastic
(4) Endoderm

Question No : 31

Locust, Butterfly, Scorpion and Prawn are all examples of which Phylum?
(1) Annelida
(2) Chordata
(3) Arthropoda
(4) Platyhelminthes

Question No : 32

The metal present in insulin is
(1) Copper
(2) Iron
(3) Zinc
(4) Magnesium

Question No : 33

Thalassemia is a hereditary disease. It affects
(1) Blood
(2) Spleen
(3) Lungs
(4) Heart

Question No : 34

Which of the following is effective against tuberculosis?
(1) Penicillin
(2) Chloromycetin
(3) Terramycin
(4) Streptomycin

Question No : 35

Five Kingdom classification was given by
(1) Whittaker
(2) Heackel
(3) Linneus
(4) Copeland

Question No : 36

Branch of biology deals with extinct organisms
(1) Palynology
(2) Phylogeny
(3) Palaeontology
(4) Palaeobotany

Question No : 37

Tuberculosis is caused by a
(1) Becterium
(2) Virus
(3) Fungus
(4) Protozoa

Question No : 38

Question No : 39

The membrane covering the lungs is a
(1) Pleura
(2) Pericardium
(3) Peritoneum
(4) Mesothelium

Question No : 40

The smallest known prokaryotic organism is
(1) Microcystis
(2) Mycoplasma
(3) Bacteria
(4) Chlorella

Question No : 41

Colour of urine is of light yellow colour due to the presence of
(1) Urobilin
(2) Creatine
(3) Alleles
(4) Ammonia

Question No : 42

Scientific study of birds is known as
(1) Limnology
(2) Herpetology
(3) Malacology
(4) Ornithology

Question No : 43

The function of trypsin in the digestive system is to
(1) Breakdown fats
(2) Synthesise proteins
(3) Breakdown proteins
(4) Breakdown carbohydrates

Question No : 44

The human heart is enclosed in the membrane
(1) Pericardium
(2) Pleura
(3) Duramater
(4) Conjunctive

Question No : 45

Which is the gland that holds the body’s temperature?
(1) Pineal
(2) Pituitary
(3) Hypothalamus
(4) None of these

Question No : 46

Which organelle in the cell, other than nucleus contains DNA?
(1) Centriole
(2) Golgi apparatus
(3) Lysosome
(3) Mitrochondria

Question No : 47

Which of the following statements is/are correct?
A. Cholera is a disease caused by bacteria.
B. Athlete’s foot is a disease caused by virus.
Select the correct answer from the codes given below:
(1) B only
(2) A only
(3) Both A and B
(4) Neither A nor B

Question No : 48

Chromosomes found in cell which are responsible for characters other than sex are called
(1) Genome
(2) Autosome
(3) Plasmagen
(4) Tonoplast

Question No : 49

Which of the following organelles is called ‘atom bombs’?
(1) Microtubules
(2) Nucleolus
(3) Golgi bodies
(4) Lysosome

Question No : 50

Plasma membrane in cells is made up of
(1) Phospholipid
(2) Lipoprotein
(3) Phospholipo – protein
(4) Phospho - protein