General Science MCQ -45

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Which of the following is not a viral diesease?


Which of the following is not correct?


Which part of the brain controls the voluntary actions of body?


Consider the following statements:

1. More than half of adult’s bones are in the hands and feet.
2. The brain uses about 20 per cent of the oxygen a man breathes, 20 per cent of calories a man takes in and about 15 per cent of body blood.

Which of the above statement is/are correct?


Consider the following statements about casein:
1. It is a major protein present in milk.
2. It is easily digested.
3. It is also used in industry, especially in the making of thermoplastics.
Choose the correct options:


Consider the following statements:

1. Beri-Beri is caused by the deficiency of Vitamin B1.
2. Athlete’s foot is a fungal diesease.
3. Malaria Protozoa infects the spleen of the body.
4. Pellegra is caused by deficiency of cyanocobalamin.

Choose the correct option:


Consider the following statements:

1. There are about 96000 km of blood vessels in our body.
2. Plasma is made of 90 per cent water, 7 per cent proteins and others.
3. Platelets normally count between 15,000 and 300,000 per cu. mm.
4. Man breaths 13-17 times a minutes at rest and 80 during exercise.

Choose the incorrect options:


Which of the following soil is poor in lime, magnesium, phosphorus, nitrogen and humus but is rich in potash?


Consider the following list:

1. Chemical Reactions: Reactions in which there is an exchange of ions between the reactants.
2. Combination Reactions: Two or more substances (elements or compounds) combine to form a single product.
3. Displacement Reactions: Reactions in which heat is released along with the formation of products.

Which of the above pair/s is/are correctly matched?


Consider the following statements:

1. If you observe the bottoms of cooking vessels getting blackened, it means that the air holes are blocked and fuel is getting wasted.
2. The chromosomes in the nucleus of a ce’l contain information for inheritance of features from parents to next generation in the form of DNA (Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid) molecules.

The incorrect statement/s out of the above is/are:


Which of the following statement regarding Japanese Encephalitis is incorrect?


Consider the following statements regarding Tuberculosis:
1. India accounts for one-fifth of the global TB incidence.
2. Every year there are approximately 18 lakh new cases in the country of which approximately 8 lakh are new smear positive and therefore infectious.
3. In India two persons die from TB in every three minutes and more than 1,000 people every day.
4. Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP), with strategy of Directly Observed Treatment Shortcourse (DOTS), was launched in the country on 26 January 2001

The group of correct statements include:


Pepsin enzyme is present in:


Deoxegenated Blood is present in:


Lead is extracted from:


What is the correct statement about Emu?


A: DOTS deals with removal of TB.

R: March 24 is observed as world TB day.


Acceleration of free fall value in SI unit is:


In Fahrenheit scale what is the value of ‘Absolute Zero’?


When one touches a live wire, one get thrown away. Why?