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Question number: 1338

» Biotechnology and Its Applications » Application of Biotechnology in Health and Agriculture

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Appeared in Year: 2007

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In cloning of cattle a fertilized egg is taken out of the mother’s womb and

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Choice (4)Response

a.

in the eight cell stage, cell are separated and cultured until small embryos are formed which are implanted into the womb of other cows.

b.

form this upto eight identical twins can be produced.

c.

in the eight cell stage the individual cells are separated under electrical field for further development in culture media

d.

the egg is divided into 4 pairs of cells which are implanted into the womb of other cows

Question number: 1339

» Human Physiology » Neural Control and Coordination » Endocrine System-Hypothalamus, Pituitary, Pineal, Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenal, Pancreas, Gonads

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If the pancreatic duct of a healthy dog is blocked an hour after it had its food, which one of the following functions of the pancreas will not be affected?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Neutralization of chime

b.

Maintenance of normal blood sugar level.

c.

Break down of protein

d.

Carbohydrate digestion

Question number: 1340

» Ecology and Environment » Organisms and Environment » Habitat and Niche

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Which of the following changes would be likely to make terrestrial life on this planet impossible?

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A decrease in mean temperature by 10 degree C.

b.

Disappearance of the moon.

c.

Change in atmosphere permitting the entire solar radiation reaching the upper atmosphere to penetrate to the surface of the earth.

d.

Change in the orbit of the earth from an ellipse to a surface of the earth.

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