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Question number: 660

» Reproductive System & Development

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Male hormone testosterone is produced by

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Bulbourethral gland

b.

Sertoli cells present inside the seminiferous tubules

c.

Seminal vesicle

d.

Prostate gland

e.

Leydig cells present between seminiferous tubules

Question number: 661

» Evolution

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The process observed, when we reproductively isolate two populations is

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a.

Aneuploidy

b.

Extinction

c.

Ecological Isolation

d.

Speciation

e.

Polyploidy

Question number: 662

» Specialized Cell and Tissues

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Which of the cell have highest number of peroxisomes in them?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Lymphocytes

b.

Osteocytes

c.

Neurons

d.

Hepatocytes

e.

Erythrocytes

Question number: 663

» Nervous & Endocrine Systems

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Term stroke is equivalent to

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Concussion

b.

Epileptic seizure

c.

Rapid eye movement

d.

Hydrocephaly

e.

Cerebrovascular accident

Question number: 664

» Molecular Biology of Eukaryotes

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Which of the following option describes a Nucleosome?

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a.

Negatively charged DNA is wrapped around negatively charged histone octamer to form a structure called Nucleosome

b.

Structure of four pairs of histone proteins having 146 nucleotide base pairs with an attached linker protein

c.

It is a structure of eight identical proteins wrapped around 292 nucleotide pairs

d.

The region in the nucleolus where rRNA are transcribed and ribosomal subunits are reassembled

e.

Structure of chromosomal organization in eukaryotes and bacteria.

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