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Question number: 632

» Environmental Chemistry » Tropospheric Pollutants » Gaseous Pollutants: Oxides of Carbon, Nitrogen and Sulphur

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The loss or reduction of chlorophyll in the leaves is termed?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Chlorosis

b.

Epinasty

c.

Necrosis

d.

Lichen

Question number: 633

» Biomolecules » Carbohydrates

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Which of the following is reducing sugar?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Dextrin

b.

Sucrose

c.

Maltose

d.

Glycogen

Question number: 634

» Environmental Chemistry » Particulate Pollutants » Dust

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Which of the particulate pollutant come into atmosphere through exhaust gases from automobiles?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Asbestos dust

b.

Lead salts

c.

Acid dust

d.

Fly ash

Question number: 635

» Biomolecules » Carbohydrates

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Which of the following sugars are non-reducing sugars?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Frectose

b.

Lactose

c.

Starch

d.

Maltose

Question number: 636

» Biomolecules » Carbohydrates

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Which of the following polysaccharide is most widely distributed is vegetable kingdom?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Cellulose

b.

Glycogen

c.

Amylum

d.

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Question number: 637

» Environmental Chemistry » Tropospheric Pollutants » Harmful Effects and Prevention

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Which one of the following statement is not correct regarding pollution

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Anything put into the environment which was not there in its natural state

b.

The presence of anything in the environment in excess of the required limit

c.

Direct or indirect change in 1 move component of the ecosystem which are not harmful to the living origination

d.

Intentional release of one or more components of chemical substances in environment with harmful effect