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Question number: 1006

» Ecology and Environment » Ecosystem » Productivity and Decomposition

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An ecosystem which can be easily damaged but can recover after some time if damaging effect stops will be having

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Low stability and low resilience.

b.

Low stability and high resilience.

c.

High stability and low resilience.

d.

High stability and high resilience.

Question number: 1007

» Biotechnology and Its Applications » Genetic Engineering

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Find the incorrect match

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a.

Erythropoietin – Formation of RBCs

b.

Reopro – Transplantation rejection

c.

TPA – Blood clot preventer

d.

Interferon – Treatment of cancer

Question number: 1008

» Biology and Human Welfare » Health and Disease » Basic Concepts of Immunology-Vaccines

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T- cells are lymphocytes which produce the cellular immunity. These cells are developed from

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Choice (4)Response

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Thymus

b.

Spleen

c.

Liver

d.

Endothelium of blood vessels

Question number: 1009

» Genetics and Evolution » Heredity and Variation » Mendelian Disorders in Humans-Thalassemia

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If in albino man marries with a normal woman and 50 offsprings are albino and 50 are normal, the woman is

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Homozygous normal

b.

Heterozygous normal

c.

Heterozygous carrier

d.

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Question number: 1010

» Human Physiology » Excretory Products and Their Elimination » Urine Formation

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The main function of Henle’s loop is

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a.

Conservation of water

b.

Passage of urine.

c.

Formation of urine.

d.

Filtration of blood.

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