Zoology Quiz - Zoology Test - Zoology Questions

1. Bruch’s membrane is found in—
(A) Inner ear
(B) Uvea of eye
(C) Testes
(D) Pancreas
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2. Which part of brain allows one side of brain to control opposite side of body ?
(A) Midbrain
(B) Medulla
(C) Cerebellum
(D) Pons
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3. Fetuin is found in—
(A) Foetus
(B) Liver
(C) Spleen
(D) None of these
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4. Hensen’s body is associated with—
(A) Retina of eye
(B) Organ of Corti
(C) Heart
(D) Skin
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5. Sensory receptor of warmth located principally at the lip of fingers is known as—
(A) Ruffini’s corpuscles
(B) Organ of Zuckerkandl
(C) Organ of Giraldes
(D) Weber’s organ
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6. Which of the following is basic amino acid ?
(A) Alanine
(B) Aspartic acid
(C) Asparagine
(D) Arginine
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7. Which of the following amino acid is sulphurbearing compound ?
(A) Methionine
(B) Alanine
(C) Aspartic acid
(D) Arginine
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8. Negri bodies are associated with—
(A) Rabies
(B) Typhoid
(C) Tuberclosis
(D) Hepatitis
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9. Schultze’s bundle is associated with—
(A) Brain
(B) Spinal cord
(C) Heart
(D) None of these
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10. Schlemm’s canal is present in—
(A) Eye
(B) Cochlea
(C) Spinal cord
(D) Vertebrae
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11. Hürthle cell is associated with—
(A) Thyroid gland
(B) Pituitary gland
(C) Adrenal gland
(D) Pancreas
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12. A metastatic cancerous tumour is termed ‘sarcoma’, if the disorder is in—
(A) Immune system
(B) Epithelial cells
(C) Fibroblasts
(D) Circulatory system
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13. Graft between isogenic individuals is known as—
(A) Syngraft
(B) Allograft
(C) Xenograft
(D) None of these
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14. The most striking example of point mutation is found in a disorder called—
(A) Thalassemia
(B) Nightblindness
(C) Down’s syndrome
(D) Sickle-cell anaemia
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15. The phenomenon of ‘industrial melanism’ demonstrates—
(A) Natural selection
(B) Induced mutation
(C) Reproductive isolation
(D) Geographical isolation
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