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Question number: 1314

» Diversity in Living World » What is Living? » Concept of Species and Taxonomical Hierarchy

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A large number of unknown species of plants and animals are believed to be present in

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Tropical forest

b.

Temperate forests

c.

Antarctica

d.

Taiga

Question number: 1315

» Diversity in Living World » Five Kingdom Classification » Viruses and Viriods

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Select coorrectly matched pair/pairs.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Maize streak disease virus - SS DNA

b.

Gemini Virus - SS DNA

c.

All

d.

Beet curly top virus - SS DNA

Question number: 1316

» Ecology and Environment » Environmental Issues » Water Pollution and Its Control

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Water pollution can be stopped best by

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Spraying with DDT

b.

Cultivating useful water plants

c.

Treating effluents to remove injurious chemicals

d.

Rearing more fishes

Question number: 1317

» Biotechnology and Its Applications » Genetically Modified Organisms

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Appeared in Year: 2009

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The bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis is widely used in contemporary biology as (AIPMT)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Agent for production of dairy products

b.

Indicator of water pollution

c.

Source of industrial enzyme

d.

Insecticide

Question number: 1318

» Biotechnology and Its Applications » Principles and Process of Biotechnology

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BACs and YACs are

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Artificial DNA obtained from bacteria and yeast

b.

Useful vectors for eucaryotic gene transfer and Artificial DNA obtained from bacteria and yeast

c.

Useful vectors for eucaryotic gene transfer

d.

Natural DNA obtained from bacteria and yeast

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