Creative Important 1 Marks Questions

10th Standard

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Science

Time : 02:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 250

    Part A

    115 x 1 = 115
  1. Physics that deals with the effect of force on bodies is

    (a)

    Kinematics

    (b)

    Dynamics

    (c)

    Statics

    (d)

    Mechanics

  2. The resistance of a body to change its state of motion is called

    (a)

    force

    (b)

    momentum

    (c)

    inertia of motion

    (d)

    inertia of direction

  3. A & B are two objects with masses 100 kg & 75 kg respectively, then _______

    (a)

    both will have same inertia

    (b)

    B'will have more inertia

    (c)

    A will have more inertia

    (d)

    both will have less inertia

  4. If two equal forces acting along opposite direction is parallel to each other then they are called as

    (a)

    resultant

    (b)

    equilibriant

    (c)

    like

    (d)

    unlike

  5. The acceleration due to gravity varies on earth with

    (a)

    distance

    (b)

    height

    (c)

    mass of an object

    (d)

    all the above

  6. On a rainy day, small oily films on water show brilliant colours. This is due to

    (a)

    scattering

    (b)

    dispersion

    (c)

    reflection

    (d)

    refraction

  7. When a person is myopic, he / she can clearly see

    (a)

    Both nearby & far off

    (b)

    Only nearby objects

    (c)

    Only far off objects

    (d)

    Neither nearby nor far off objects

  8. In Astigmatism, eye cannot see

    (a)

    distance object

    (b)

    nearby object

    (c)

    parallel lines

    (d)

    both a & b

  9. Cylindrical lens is used to correct

    (a)

    Myopia

    (b)

    Hypermetropia

    (c)

    Presbyopia

    (d)

    Astigmatism

  10. In a simple microscope to obtain higher magnification, the focal length convex lens should be _____

    (a)

    Large

    (b)

    Small

    (c)

    1 cm

    (d)

    None

  11. Thermal expansion atparticular temperature is less in

    (a)

    solid

    (b)

    liquid

    (c)

    gas

    (d)

    all above

  12. Increase in area due to heating is called

    (a)

    Linear expansion

    (b)

    Superficial expansion

    (c)

    Cubical expansion

    (d)

    real expansion

  13. According to Charles's law

    (a)

    P ∝ \(\frac{1}{V}\)

    (b)

    V ∝ T

    (c)

    V ∝ n

    (d)

    all the above

  14. SI unit of temperature is ______

    (a)

    K

    (b)

    °C

    (c)

    /°C

    (d)

    0F

  15. Charles's law is also called as ______

    (a)

    the law of temperature

    (b)

    the law of pressure

    (c)

    the law of volume

    (d)

    the law of gas

  16. The relation between potential difference (V) and current (I) is:

    (a)

    \(\alpha\)I

    (b)

    V\(\alpha\)I2

    (c)

    V\(\alpha\)\(\frac{I}{I}\)

    (d)

    None of the above

  17. Which of the following laboratory apparatus is used during the verification of Ohm's law?

    (a)

    Voltmeter

    (b)

    Ammeter

    (c)

    Rheostat

    (d)

    All the above

  18. If one of the resistors in a parallel circuit is removed, the total resistance will be

    (a)

    Doubled

    (b)

    Decreases

    (c)

    Increases

    (d)

    Constant

  19. The expression for the heat is

    (a)

    H=VIt

    (b)

    H=I2Rt

    (c)

    \(H=\frac { { V }^{ 2 } }{ R } t\)

    (d)

    all the above

  20. In which one of the following heating effect the current is undesirable?

    (a)

    electric iron

    (b)

    electric motor

    (c)

    fuse wire

    (d)

    electric bulb

  21. Which voice is likely to have minute frequency?

    (a)

    baby girl

    (b)

    boy

    (c)

    A man

    (d)

    A woman

  22. Dogs can receive sound upto _____ kHz.

    (a)

    20

    (b)

    25

    (c)

    10

    (d)

    15

  23. Sound waves do not travel through.

    (a)

    vaccum

    (b)

    solid

    (c)

    liquid

    (d)

    gases

  24. The speed of sound in a medium depends upon

    (a)

    frequency

    (b)

    amplitude

    (c)

    wavelength

    (d)

    properties of the medium

  25. A source emits a frequency of 1 kHz is moving toward a rest listener with a speed of 0.9 V, where V is the speed of sound wave. The frequency heard by the listener is ________.

    (a)

    10 Hz

    (b)

    0.1 Hz

    (c)

    100 Hz

    (d)

    10 kHz

  26. Atomic nucleus was discovered by _______

    (a)

    Rutherford

    (b)

    Newton

    (c)

    Einstein

    (d)

    Nobel

  27. Radioactive materials are kept -in thick -walled ________ containers.

    (a)

    aluminium

    (b)

    iron

    (c)

    brick

    (d)

    lead

  28. U238 is fissionable _________ neutrons.

    (a)

    only by fast

    (b)

    only by slow

    (c)

    both fast and slow

    (d)

    by thermal

  29. Atom bomb explosions produce ______ waves.

    (a)

    gravitational

    (b)

    sand

    (c)

    shock

    (d)

    electric

  30. BARC is situated at ________.

    (a)

    Trombay

    (b)

    Kalpakkam

    (c)

    Trivandrum

    (d)

    Thumba

  31. Atoms of different elements with different atomic numbers, but same mass number are known as _________

    (a)

    isobars

    (b)

    isotopes

    (c)

    isotones

    (d)

    isomers

  32. Which of the following contains maximum number of molecules?

    (a)

    1 g of N2

    (b)

    1 g of CO2

    (c)

    1 g of H2

    (d)

    1g of O2

  33. The number of molecules in 16.0 g of oxygen is:

    (a)

    6.023 x 1023

    (b)

    6.023 x 10-23

    (c)

    3.01 X 10-23

    (d)

    3.0115 x 1023

  34. Which of the following contains the largest number of molecules?

    (a)

    0.2 mol H2

    (b)

    8.0 g H2

    (c)

    17 g of H2O

    (d)

    6.0 g of CO2

  35. The total number of atoms represented by the compound CuSO4. 5H2O is

    (a)

    27

    (b)

    21

    (c)

    5

    (d)

    8

  36. The number of neutrons in 8O16 is ________

    (a)

    8

    (b)

    16

    (c)

    32

    (d)

    24

  37. Arrange the following in the increasing order of the size. Cl-, Cl, Cl+

    (a)

    Cl- < Cl+ < Cl

    (b)

    Cl4 < Cl- < Cl+

    (c)

    Cl+ < Cl < Cl-

    (d)

    Cl+ < Cl < Cl-

  38. The process of extracting the ore from the earth's crust is ____________

    (a)

    Metallurgy

    (b)

    Mining

    (c)

    Smelting

    (d)

    Leaching

  39. Metals are ______________

    (a)

    Electro positive

    (b)

    Electronegative

    (c)

    both (a) and (b)

    (d)

    neither (a) nor (b)

  40. The chief ore of copper is ________

    (a)

    Copper pyrites

    (b)

    Copper glance

    (c)

    Cyprite

    (d)

    Rupy copper

  41. Hygroscopic substances are used as __________ agents.

    (a)

    oxidizing

    (b)

    reducing

    (c)

    decarbocyleting

    (d)

    drying

  42. Salt solution containing common salt in water is an example for _____________

    (a)

    binary solution

    (b)

    trinary solution

    (c)

    suspension

    (d)

    colloidal solution

  43. Which of the following is a saturated solution?

    (a)

    5g NaCI in 100g water

    (b)

    109 NaCI in 100g water

    (c)

    20g NaCI in 100g water

    (d)

    36g NaCI in 100g water

  44. Solubility of CO2 gas in water ___________ with the increase in pressure.

    (a)

    increases

    (b)

    decreases

    (c)

    remains constant

    (d)

    None of these

  45. Which of the following is a dehydrating agent (absorbs moistone)

    (a)

    sodium hydroxide

    (b)

    anhydrous calcium chloride

    (c)

    sugar

    (d)

    None of these

  46. The reaction between hydrogen and oxygen gas to form water is __________________

    (a)

    combination

    (b)

    redox

    (c)

    exothermic

    (d)

    all of these

  47. Which among the following chemical reaction is an example of combination reaction?
    (i) H2(g)+ CI2(g) ⟶ 2HCI(g)
    (ii) AnOH(aq) + HCl(aq) ⟶ NaCl(aq) + H2O(1)
    (iii)2Mg(S)+ O2(g) ⟶ 2MgO(S)
    (iv) Zn(S)+ 2HCI(aq) ⟶ ZnCl2 + H2(g)

    (a)

    only (i)

    (b)

    both (i) and (iii)

    (c)

    only (iii)

    (d)

    both (i) and (ii)

  48. Decomposition reactions are brought about by ________

    (a)

    heat

    (b)

    light

    (c)

    electricity

    (d)

    all the above

  49. When Zinc metal is placed in hydrochloric acid, the gas evolved is _________________

    (a)

    CO

    (b)

    CO2

    (c)

    H2

    (d)

    H2O

  50. Heat is evolved during __________ reaction.

    (a)

    Combination

    (b)

    Combustion

    (c)

    Decomposition

    (d)

    Endothermic

  51. Ethene is an ___________

    (a)

    alkane

    (b)

    alkene

    (c)

    alkyze

    (d)

    armatic hydrocarbon

  52. Methylene group is

    (a)

    CH4

    (b)

    - CH3

    (c)

    - CH2 -

    (d)

    - CH -

  53. Identify the product formed when ethanol reacts with sodium

    (a)

    Sodium acetate

    (b)

    Sodium ethanate

    (c)

    Sodium ethoxide

    (d)

    Sodium formate

  54. The organic acid present in Vinegar is ___________ acid.

    (a)

    methanoic

    (b)

    ethanoic

    (c)

    Propanoic

    (d)

    Butanoic

  55. The sodium salt of long chain fatty acid which helps in cleaning of clothes is ________________

    (a)

    vinegar

    (b)

    detergent

    (c)

    soap

    (d)

    both (b) and (c)

  56. Name the tissue present between the upper and lower epidermis.

    (a)

    Lower epidermis tissue

    (b)

    Pith

    (c)

    Upper epidermis tissue

    (d)

    Mesophyll

  57. Leeches have ___________

    (a)

    heart

    (b)

    lungs

    (c)

    true blood vessels

    (d)

    excretory organs

  58. The urinogenital canal of female rabbit is formed by union of_________

    (a)

    urethra and vagina

    (b)

    urinary bladder and urethra

    (c)

    cowper's gland and urinary bladder

    (d)

    urinary bladder and vagina

  59. The_______ glands are modified glands of the skin

    (a)

    perineal

    (b)

    mammary

    (c)

    gastric

    (d)

    salivary

  60. The opening of pulmonary arch into right ventricle of rabbit is guarded by_________ semilunar valves.

    (a)

    2

    (b)

    4

    (c)

    3

    (d)

    1

  61. Each kidney is made up of several___________

    (a)

    mascula

    (b)

    nephrons

    (c)

    cortex

    (d)

    epididymis

  62. Persons with __________blood group can receive blood from 'AB' group individuals 

    (a)

    'A' only

    (b)

    Bonly

    (c)

    AB and 0

    (d)

    A, B,AB and 0

  63. The life span of platelets is_________

    (a)

    3 weeks

    (b)

    1 month

    (c)

    2-3 days

    (d)

    40 days

  64. _______is not a feature of veins.

    (a)

    Red in colour

    (b)

    Non-elastic walls

    (c)

    Lack internal valves

    (d)

    Blood flow with low pressure

  65. Angiology is the study of_________

    (a)

    heart

    (b)

    heart attack

    (c)

    blood vessels

    (d)

    diseases of blood

  66. Absorption of water by modern frames of windows in rainy reason is an example of________

    (a)

    diffusion

    (b)

    osmosis

    (c)

    imbibitio

    (d)

    ranspiration

  67. ______ carry impulses from the sense organ to the central nervous system.

    (a)

    unipolar neurons

    (b)

    efferent neurons

    (c)

    motor neurons

    (d)

    sensory neurons

  68. ______ is the largest portion nearly two - third of the brain.

    (a)

    Thalamus

    (b)

    Cerebrum

    (c)

    Diencephalon

    (d)

    Cerebellum

  69. ______ acts as a relay centre.

    (a)

    Thalamus

    (b)

    Hypothalamus

    (c)

    Cerebrum

    (d)

    Cerebellum

  70. _____ second largest part of the brain formed of two large sized hemispheres.

    (a)

    Cerebellum

    (b)

    Cerebrum

    (c)

    Thalamus

    (d)

    Diencephalon

  71. _____ carry command from spinal cord to our arm.

    (a)

    Motor neurons

    (b)

    Sensory neurons

    (c)

    Unipolar neurons

    (d)

    Afferent neurons

  72. The term Auxin was introduced by _____

    (a)

    Went

    (b)

    Kogi

    (c)

    Charles Darwin

    (d)

    Kurosawa

  73. ______ is not a function of thyroid.

    (a)

    BMR

    (b)

    Body temperature

    (c)

    Carbo hydratemetabolism

    (d)

    Anti-allergic

  74. Premature shedding is caused by ______

    (a)

    auxin

    (b)

    ethylene

    (c)

    ABA

    (d)

    gibberellin

  75. _____ promotes the ripening of fruits.

    (a)

    Auxin

    (b)

    Abscisic Acid

    (c)

    Ethylene

    (d)

    Cytokinin

  76. The mineralocorticoids secreted by Zona glomerulosa is ______

    (a)

    aldosterone

    (b)

    testosterone

    (c)

    estrogen

    (d)

    progesterone

  77. Fragmentation is seen in_________

    (a)

    Spirogyra

    (b)

    Bryophyllum

    (c)

    Yeast

    (d)

    Hydra

  78. Regeneration is seen in_____

    (a)

    Plasmodium

    (b)

    Spirogyra

    (c)

    Hydra

    (d)

    Amoeba

  79. Each stamen consists of a small bag like structure called_______

    (a)

    Anther

    (b)

    Filament

    (c)

    Pollengrain

    (d)

    Germpore

  80. Theejection of milk is stimulated byposterior pituitary hormone called_____

    (a)

    Prolactin

    (b)

    Insulin

    (c)

    Oxytocin

    (d)

    Estrogen

  81. Breaking of the filament into many fragments is called_____________

    (a)

    Fission

    (b)

    Fragmentation

    (c)

    Budding

    (d)

    Regeneratio

  82. v shaped chromosomes are called_______

    (a)

    metacentric

    (b)

    acrocentric

    (c)

    submetacentric

    (d)

    telocentric

  83. The haploid condition in a human cell refers to________ chromosomes

    (a)

    44

    (b)

    23

    (c)

    46

    (d)

    22

  84. ______is not a nitrogenous base.

    (a)

    Adenine

    (b)

    Thymine

    (c)

    Leucine

    (d)

    Cytosine

  85. In human,each cell normally consists _________of chromosomes.

    (a)

    23 pairs

    (b)

    22 pairs

    (c)

    20 pairs

    (d)

    12 pairs

  86. Hydrogen bonds between the nitrogeneous bases make the DNA molecule________

    (a)

    unstable

    (b)

    stable

    (c)

    unbalanced

    (d)

    disturbed

  87. The idea of Chemical Evolution of life was developed by_______

    (a)

    Haldane and Oparin

    (b)

    Pasteur

    (c)

    Libby

    (d)

    Leonardo da vinci

  88. _________ is called the Father of Palaeontology.

    (a)

    Pasteur

    (b)

    Birbal sahani

    (c)

    Haeckel

    (d)

    Leonardo da vinci

  89. The Father of Paleobotany / Founder of Modern Paleobotany is _______

    (a)

    Leonardo da Vinci

    (b)

    Sternberg

    (c)

    Haldane

    (d)

    Sahani

  90. Paleobotany is derived from Greek words Paleon that means _________.

    (a)

    old

    (b)

    new

    (c)

    past

    (d)

    aged

  91. Radioactive Carbon (C14) dating method was discovered by_________

    (a)

    w. F.Libby

    (b)

    Niels Bohr

    (c)

    Issac Newton

    (d)

    William Harvey

  92. The rice variety peta was from __________

    (a)

    China

    (b)

    Mexico

    (c)

    Indonesia

    (d)

    India

  93. Pusa snowball is a disease resistant variety of________.

    (a)

    cowpea

    (b)

    cauliflower

    (c)

    wheat

    (d)

    rice

  94. Pusa sawani is a insect resistant variety of __________

    (a)

    cowpea

    (b)

    flat bean

    (c)

    lady's finger

    (d)

    brassica

  95. Blood dotting factors produced by biotechnology helps patients suffering from__________.

    (a)

    haemophilia

    (b)

    homeostasis

    (c)

    cerebral palsy

    (d)

    CHD

  96. In human beings, _________ of the DNA base sequences are the same and this is called as bulk genomic DNA.

    (a)

    99%

    (b)

    50%

    (c)

    90%

    (d)

    70%

  97. ______________ is a symptom of CHD.

    (a)

    Glycosuria

    (b)

    Ischemia

    (c)

    Hyperglycemia

    (d)

    Polyphagia

  98. ____________ help reduce blood sugar levels.

    (a)

    Sweet potato

    (b)

    Tomato

    (c)

    Beetroot

    (d)

    Cane sugar

  99. ____________ is not a symptom of AIDS.

    (a)

    Increase in number of WBC

    (b)

    Lack of appetite

    (c)

    Weight loss

    (d)

    Swelling of lymph nodes

  100. Obesity is not a risk factor for ___________

    (a)

    AIDS

    (b)

    diabetes

    (c)

    arthritis

    (d)

    CHD

  101. Sexually abused children show symptoms of ______________

    (a)

    frequent urinary infection

    (b)

    headache

    (c)

    sore head

    (d)

    migraine

  102. The Chipko movement originated in_________

    (a)

    Uttar pradesh

    (b)

    Uttarakhand

    (c)

    Arunachal Pradesh

    (d)

    Madhya Pradesh

  103. There are______ biosphere reserves in India.

    (a)

    5

    (b)

    13

    (c)

    15

    (d)

    18

  104. Choose the word not applicable to fossil fuels

    (a)

    Hydrocarbons

    (b)

    Decomposition

    (c)

    Natural process

    (d)

    Inexhaustible

  105. __________is not obtained from petroleum.

    (a)

    Biogas

    (b)

    Diesel

    (c)

    Gasoline

    (d)

    LPG

  106. Water is denser than air and therefore can generate electricity at________than wind turbines.

    (a)

    lower speeds

    (b)

    high speeds

    (c)

    very low speeds

    (d)

    very high speeds

  107. The output of any application is commonly known as______

    (a)

    File

    (b)

    Folder

    (c)

    Disk

    (d)

    Output

  108. Notes can be collected, edited and printed using______

    (a)

    Paint

    (b)

    Scratch

    (c)

    Notepad

    (d)

    LINUX

  109. Tocreate animations, cartoons and games easilywecan use_________

    (a)

    Paint

    (b)

    Notepad

    (c)

    LINUX

    (d)

    Scratch

  110. In Scratch, the characters are known as_________

    (a)

    Sprite

    (b)

    Stage

    (c)

    Element

    (d)

    Script

  111. The device which helps in explaining the concepts easily through pictures is________

    (a)

    Visible Communication Device

    (b)

    Visible Cinema Device

    (c)

    Visual Cinema Device

    (d)

    Visual Communication Device

  112. Part B

    94 x 1 = 94
  113. If the body behaves contrary to their own natural state is called _______.

    ()

    violent motion

  114. The product of mass &velocity of a moving body is _____

    ()

    momentum

  115. When a force of 1 N acts on a mass of 1 kg that is forced to move, the object moves with _____

    ()

    an acceleration of 1 ms-2

  116. The moment of a couple is the product of ______ and perpendicular distance between the forces.

    ()

    force

  117. When a person falls freely under the action of gravity has ______

    ()

    zero weight

  118. Refractive index of a medium is dependent on ______ of the light.

    ()

    wavelength

  119. The magnification is _____ than 1, then the image obtained is diminished

    ()

    less

  120. ______ tough membrane protects the internal parts of the eye.

    ()

    sclera

  121. To increase the focal length, the ciliary muscle ______

    ()

    relaxes

  122. According to optical property, telescope is classified into ______ and ______

    ()

    Refracting telescope, Reflecting telescope

  123. The average kinetic energy of the molecules of a substance is called ____

    ()

    Temperature

  124. The SI unit of temperature is ______

    ()

    kelvin

  125. Temperature is an indication of the _____ of molecules.

    ()

    average kinetic energy

  126. Transfer of heat energy from low temperature to high temperature object is called _____

    ()

    cooling

  127. Change in dimension due to raise in temperature is called _____

    ()

    thermal expansion

  128. The purpose of a rheostat is __________.

    ()

    to vary the magnitude of current

  129. Nichrome is an alloy of _________ and __________.

    ()

    Nickel, chromium

  130. The graph between V and 1 is ________ for a conductor

    ()

    straight line

  131. The reciprocal of resistance is ________

    ()

    conductance

  132. ________ is represented by joule / coulomb

    ()

    Potential difference

  133. High and low pressure regions of longitudinal wave is called _______ and ________.

    ()

    compression and rarefaction

  134. Number of vibrations produced in one second is __________ of the wave.

    ()

    frequency

  135. The speed of sound is inversely proportional to ________.

    ()

    square root of density

  136. The loudness of normal human voice is _______.

    ()

    60 dB

  137. The minimum distance required to hear an echo is 1/2oth part of the magnitude of velocity of sound in air, if the velocity of sound is ________ then the minimum distance required to hear an echo is 17.2m.

    ()

    344 ms-1

  138. When an ∝ - particle is emitted, a new atomic nuclei is formed whose ________.

    ()

    atomic number decreases by two and mass number decreases by four

  139. The radioactive isotope used to diagnose anaemia is  __________

    ()

    Fe59

  140. The process in which nucleus of one element is converted into nucleus of another element is  __________.

    ()

    nuclear reaction

  141. The mass of the fissile material at the critical size is called ________

    ()

    critical mass

  142. 1 eV is equal to _______.

    ()

    1.6 x 10-19J

  143. ___________ is the smallest indivisible entity of matter.

    ()

    Atom

  144. Isotopes differ in

    ()

    atomic mass or number of neutrons

  145. Sub atomic particles are ___________

    ()

    protons, neutrons, and electrons

  146. Sulphonic acid is a ___________

    ()

    hetero poly atomic molecule

  147. The value of STP is ___________

    ()

    273.15K & 1 atm

  148. Horizontal rows in periodic table are called ________

    ()

    Periods

  149. The anion is _______________ than its neutral atom

    ()

    larger

  150. Unit of iozisation energy is __________

    ()

    KJ / mol

  151. Ionization energy ____________ along the period and _________ down the group in periodic table.

    ()

    increases, decreases]

  152. The black oxide of copper is ______________

    ()

    CuO (Copper (II) Oxide)]

  153. The effect of pressure on the solubility of a gas in liquid is given by ____________

    ()

    Henry's law

  154. Magnesium sulphate heptahydrate is called _____________

    ()

    epsom salt

  155. Caustic potash is an example of _________ substance.

    ()

    deliquescent

  156. The substance present in lesser amount, in a solution is called ___________

    ()

    solute

  157. Give an example for solid in gas? _____________

    ()

    smoke

  158. The pH value of milk of magnesia is 10. It is ____________ in nature.

    ()

    basic

  159. The chemical reactions which takes place with the evolution of heat energy are called ____________ reaction.

    ()

    exothermic

  160. pH oflemon juice is ____

    ()

    2

  161. pH of an acidic solution is ____________

    ()

    <7

  162. The reaction that cannot be reversed is called _____________

    ()

    irreversible reaction

  163. The simplest alkane is _______________ CH4.

    ()

    methane

  164. Theprincipal source of butyric acid is _______

    ()

    butter

  165. Ethanol is manufactured by the fermentation of ___________________

    ()

    molasses

  166. The gas formed during the decarboxylation of sodium salt of ethanoic acid is ___________

    ()

    methane

  167. Sodium salts of fatty acids are known as _____________

    ()

    hard soaps

  168. The band like thickenings found in endodermis of dicot root are called ______________

    ()

    casparian strips

  169. Light reaction is also called __________

    ()

    Hill reaction

  170. Cellular respiration is a ______________ process.

    ()

    biochemical

  171. ______ is the first step in aerobic and anaerobic respiration.

    ()

    glycolysis

  172. TCA cycle is also known as __________

    ()

    krebs cycle

  173. All the four channels of circulatory system are connected together in_________ segment of leech.

    ()

    26th

  174. The sub pharyngeal ganglion in leech is formed by fusion of ________pairs of ganglia

    ()

    four

  175. In rabbit the testis consists of_________

    ()

    seminiferous tubules

  176. Lungs are covered by a membrane called________

    ()

    pleura

  177. In leeches each segment beav a number of projections called _________

    ()

    .receptors

  178. A mature RBC lacks a____________

    ()

    nucleus

  179. The______ among the leucocytes produce antibodies during infection.

    ()

    lymphocytes

  180. _________is a passive process

    ()

    Diffusion

  181. In______movement water occurs through thecytoplasm of cells.

    ()

    symplastic

  182. Elements like________ are not remobilised in the plant

    ()

    calcium

  183. The cytoplasm of a neuron has granular bodies called ______

    ()

    nissl's granules

  184. The afferent neurons are called _____

    ()

    sensory neurons

  185. The innermost membrane of the meninges is ______

    ()

    piamater

  186. The posterior most region of spinal cord tapers to form ________

    ()

    filum terminale

  187. Acquired reflexes are called ________

    ()

    conditioned reflexes

  188. _____ is the cytokinin got form maize (Zea mays).

    ()

    Zeatin

  189. _____ are more efficient than auxins in promotting parthenocarpy.

    ()

    Gibberellin

  190. ______ is known as the Father of Endocrinology.

    ()

    Thomas Addision

  191. Lack of skeletal development caused due to thyroid dysfunction is called ______

    ()

    Cretinism

  192. ______ hormone increases blood glucose levels.

    ()

    Glucagon

  193. Autogamy refers to________

    ()

    self pollination

  194. The LH hormone is at a peak during _________phase of menstrual cycle

    ()

    ovulatory

  195. The term mutation was coined by________

    ()

    Hugo De Vries

  196. Adenine and Guanine are called_______

    ()

    purines

  197. Discontinuous variation form the basis for mutation theory proposed by_________.

    ()

    De vries

  198. __________ arises due to errors occurring in DNA.

    ()

    Mutation

  199. TV - 29 is a ________ variety of tea.

    ()

    triploid

  200. Hybrid DNA got by genetic engineering is called ________.

    ()

    rDNA / recombinant DNA

  201. HIV belongs to a group of viruses called ___________

    ()

    retroviruses

  202. HIV attacks the ____________ of the body.

    ()

    lymphocytes

  203. The word 'Forest' is derived from the latin word_________

    ()

    Foris

  204. The number of basins that India has identified for shale gas exploration is_______

    ()

    six

  205. The characters on the background of a scratch window is known as_________

    ()

    sprite

  206. We can change the background colour by____________

    ()

    stage

  207. Part C

    94 x 1 = 94
  208. Dynamics

  209. (1)

    Galvanometer

  210. Natural motion

  211. (2)

    source

  212. Acceleration due to gravity

  213. (3)

    V ∝ n

  214. Universal gravitational constant

  215. (4)

    15

  216. rn x a

  217. (5)

    Haemocoelic fluid

  218. Object which give out light

  219. (6)

    Shale Gas

  220. Blue colour of the sea

  221. (7)

    CaO

  222. Between F1 and 2F2

  223. (8)

    ms-2

  224. Compound Microscope

  225. (9)

    Scattering of light

  226. Avogadro's law

  227. (10)

  228. Linear expansion

  229. (11)

    Mutagen

  230. Transmission of heat

  231. (12)

    Tetraploidy

  232. Coefficient of expansion

  233. (13)

    nuclear fusion

  234. mass of substance

  235. (14)

    Sneezing

  236. Potential difference

  237. (15)

    600R

  238. Direction of current

  239. (16)

    Pump

  240. LED

  241. (17)

    Boron

  242. James P. Mitchell

  243. (18)

    Reddish brown

  244. one horse power

  245. (19)

    Gall bladder

  246. loudness

  247. (20)

    ester

  248. Mega phone

  249. (21)

    Two convex lenses

  250. Listener moves away from stationary listener

  251. (22)

    Melvin Calvin

  252. Infrasonic

  253. (23)

    Force acting on moving bodies

  254. Architectural acoustician

  255. (24)

    intensity

  256. Moderator

  257. (25)

    Synaptic knob

  258. Coolant

  259. (26)

    Caudal vertebra

  260. Control rod

  261. (27)

    Beyond 2F2

  262. Dosimeter

  263. (28)

    CaSO4·2H2O

  264. Leukemia

  265. (29)

    Adrenaline

  266. Diatomic

  267. (30)

    horn shaped device

  268. Isotones

  269. (31)

    mole

  270. 224 lit of N2

  271. (32)

    H2

  272. 6.023 x 1022 CO2 molecules

  273. (33)

    CHD

  274. Isobars

  275. (34)

    Atria

  276. Nitrogen

  277. (35)

    Egg

  278. Copper

  279. (36)

    Islets of Langerhans

  280. Steel

  281. (37)

    Transmission cables

  282. Cinnabar

  283. (38)

    Cristae

  284. Wrought iron

  285. (39)

    Cranial nerves

  286. Liquid in solid

  287. (40)

    ketone

  288. White vitriol

  289. (41)

    Papillae

  290. Gypsum

  291. (42)

    force

  292. Liquid - Liquid

  293. (43)

    Liquid sodium

  294. Water

  295. (44)

    N m2kg-2

  296. Quick lime

  297. (45)

    Notes

  298. Slaked lime

  299. (46)

    HgS

  300. Milk of magnesia

  301. (47)

    Milk

  302. stomach

  303. (48)

    Amalgam

  304. burning petrol

  305. (49)

    Pituitary

  306. Hetero cyclic

  307. (50)

    10

  308. Alicylic

  309. (51)

    Mechanical strength

  310. > C = O

  311. (52)

    CH3CH2OH

  312. (53)

    10 moles

  313. Ethanol

  314. (54)

    \(\frac{W}{Q}\)

  315. Artificial photosynthesis

  316. (55)

    0.5 % - 1.0%

  317. Biosynthetic phase

  318. (56)

    0.25% - 2% carbon

  319. Tissue system

  320. (57)

    Solvent

  321. F1 particles

  322. (58)

    Rice

  323. Sclerenchyma

  324. (59)

    Pericardium

  325. Jaws

  326. (60)

    Condom

  327. Pharynx

  328. (61)

    Cyclo propane

  329. Liver

  330. (62)

    0.1 mole

  331. 4 channels

  332. (63)

    10Hz

  333. Fallopian tube

  334. (64)

    Dependent

  335. Basophils

  336. (65)

    designs concert halls

  337. Contraction

  338. (66)

    Heavy water

  339. Double walled sac

  340. (67)

    \(\left( \frac { V-{ V }_{ L } }{ V } \right) n\)

  341. Auricle

  342. (68)

    convection

  343. Myelin sheath

  344. (69)

    Insulator

  345. Swellings

  346. (70)

    same number of neutrons

  347. Peripheral nervous system

  348. (71)

    Ocean tides

  349. Spinal cord

  350. (72)

    It helps to absorb sodium ions from the renal tubules.

  351. Basic reflex

  352. (73)

    Change in length

  353. Epinephrine

  354. (74)

    Hydrophily

  355. Pancreas

  356. (75)

    Spinal nerves

  357. Mineralocorticoids

  358. (76)

    Furan

  359. Gibberellic acid

  360. (77)

    Ca (OH)2

  361. Acromegaly

  362. (78)

    Narcotic

  363. Barrier methods

  364. (79)

    Sahani

  365. Pollination by water

  366. (80)

    18Ar40,20Ca40

  367. Helicase

  368. (81)

    ZnSO4·7H2O

  369. 4n

  370. (82)

    hydrocarbon

  371. Vestigial organs

  372. (83)

    Hydrochloric acid

  373. Paleozoic ferns

  374. (84)

    Replication site

  375. Ian Wilmut

  376. (85)

    Systole

  377. X-rays

  378. (86)

    C. N. R. Rao

  379. Fatty substances

  380. (87)

    K-1

  381. Pain killer

  382. (88)

    Nuclear transfer

  383. Small old rocks

  384. (89)

    Pictures

  385. Tidal energy

  386. (90)

    Sachs

  387. Notepad

  388. (91)

    746 watt

  389. Paint

  390. (92)

    LED TV

    Part D

    25 x 1 = 25
  391. The process of extracting over from the earth's crust.

    ()

    Mining.

  392. The rocky impurities associated with the over.

    ()

    Gangue.

  393. The process of reducing the roasted oxide ore to metal under molten condition.

    ()

    Smelting

  394. Noble metals occurs in their state.

    ()

    Free state

  395. Corrosion can be prevented by many ways.
    (a) Name the metal which is used for galvanization.
    (b) What is the use of coating with paints?

    ()

    (a) Zinc.
    (b) Paint coated metal surfaces keep out air and moisture

  396. Arrangement of xylem in a root

    ()

    Exarch.

  397. The Vascular bundle is radial, exarch and tetrarch in

    ()

    Dicot root

  398. Which enzyme is released by yeast during fermentation?

    ()

    Zymase.

  399. The end product of oxidative phos phorylation is

    ()

    ATP + H2O.

  400. Substance present in casparian strips.

    ()

    Suberin.

  401. How many segments are involved in formation of anterior sucker in leech?

    ()

    First five segments

  402. Tissue found below longitudinal muscles in leech

    ()

    Botryoidal tissue

  403. Dental formula of rabbit.

    ()

    \(\cfrac { 2033 }{ 1022 } \)

  404. Another name for birth canal

    ()

    Vagina

  405. List anyone of the Characteristic feature of Phylum Annelida.

    ()

    Metameric segmentation.

  406. Protective sheath found above myelin sheath _____

    ()

    Neurilemma

  407. Protective sheath covering.the axon.

    ()

    Myelin sheath

  408. Four rounded bodies found in mid brain.

    ()

    Corpora quadrigemina

  409. What does the word 'pons' mean.

    ()

    Bridge

  410. Special fluid nourishing the brain.

    ()

    Cerebrospinal fluid

  411. Gaseous plant hormone or fruit ripening hormone.

    ()

    Ethylene

  412. Period of rest undergone by buds before sprouting.

    ()

    Dormancy

  413. Testis and ovary are collectively called.

    ()

    Gonads.

  414. Glands located on the thyroid gland.

    ()

    Parathyroid gland

  415. Endocrine cells of pancreas.

    ()

    Islets of Langerhans

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