Question 1. The Panda belongs to the same family as that of ________.
Question 2. Poly-house is used for ______.
(A) Growing plants
(B) Storing vegetables
(C) Storing grain
(D) None of the above
Question 3. “By Weaving threads of Physics, Chemistry and Biology into a rich tapestry, this remarkable scientist provided a unifying molecular view of the world. He touted the wonderful properties of Vitamin C, first as a cure of common cold and later as preventing agent against cancer”. One of the science’s major figures of all time referred to above is _________.
(A) Walter Heitle
(B) Fritz London
(C) Linus Carl Pauling
(D) G.N. Lewis
Question 4. Which one of the following are useful in the detection of landmines?
Question 5. In which one of the following kinds of organisms is the phenomenon found wherein the female kills the male after copulation?
(A) Pit Viper
(C) Honey bee
(D) Dragon fly
Question 6. What is the average speed of a bee?
(A) 16 km/h
(B) 1 km/h
(C) 5 km/h
(D) 10 km/h
Question 7. How do the members of honey bee hive recognise each other?
(A) By touching
(B) By dancing
(C) By eyes
(D) By smell
Question 8. Which one is a stimulant?
Question 9. Molasses is an excellent raw material for ________.
(B) Power alcohol
(D) Acetic acid
Question 10. Soft drinks such as cocoa contain significant quantities of _________.
Question 11. The alkaloid caffeine is present in __________.
(A) Lemon water
(B) Tea and coffee both
(C) Coffee only
(D) Tea only
Question 12. Seaweeds are an important source of which one of the following?
Question 13. A small pouch containing silica gel is often found in bottles of medicine in tablet or powder form because of silica gel ___________.
(A) Absorbs all gases present inside the bottle
(B) Absorbs moisture
(C) Kills germs and spores
(D) Kills bacteria
Question 14. For outstanding contribution to which one of the following fields in Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar Prize General Science 615 given?
(A) Social Service
(C) Performing Arts
Question 15. In eye donation, which one of the following parts of donors eyes is utilized?
(A) The whole eye
Question 16. The first heart transplant was performed by _________.
(A) Dr. Christian Bernard
(B) Dr. Louis Pasteur
(C) Str. F.G. Hopkins
(D) Dr. William Harvey
Question 17. The first human heart transplant was performed in _______.
(B) South Africa
Question 18. What is the function of a pacemaker?
(A) It accelerates blood supply to the heart
(B) It increases heart beat
(C) It regulates heart beat
(D) It decreases the heart heat
Question 19. The ‘Pace Maker’ is also known as __________.
(A) Chordate tensional
(B) Bundle of His
(C) A.V. Nodes
(D) S.A. Nodes
Question 20. During dehydration, the substance that is usually lost by the body is __________.
(A) Potassium chloride
(B) Sodium chloride
(C) Calcium phosphate
Question 21. A dehydrated person should not drink __________.
(B) Sea water
Question 22. King Cobra is the only snake thatm makes the own nest. Why does it make its nest?
(A) It is a large, cold blooded animal and needs a nest to hibernate in the cold season
(B) It is an oviparous snake and lays its eggs in the nest and guards the nest until they are hatched
(C) It is a viviparous snake and needs a nest to give birth to its offspring
(D) It is a snake-eater and the nest helps attract other snakes
Question 23. The only snake that builds a nest is ___________.
(A) Saw-scaled viper
(C) King Cobra
(D) Chain Viper
Question 24. The venom of cobra is ________.
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above
Question 25. For which one of the following snakes is the diet mainly composed of other snakes?
(A) King Cobra
(C) Russell’s viper