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MATCHING
I. Group – A Group – B

1. Thiamine ( ) A. Pellagra

2. Niacin ( ) B. Beri – Beri

3. Biotin ( ) C. Glossitis

4. Cyanocobalamine ( ) D. Nerve disorders

5. Riboflavin ( ) E. Pernicious Anaemia


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II. Group – A Group – B

1. Vitamin A ( ) A. Blood clotting

2. Vitamin D ( ) B. Fertility Disorders

3. Vitamin E ( ) C. Rickets

4. Vitamin K ( ) D. Eye , Skin diseases

5. Kwashiorkor ( ) E. Over eating

6. Marasmus ( ) F. Protein deficiency

7. Obesity ( ) G. Protein – Calorie deficiency

III. Group – A Group – B

1. Grana ( ) A. Green colour

2. Stroma ( ) B. Stacked saclike structure

3. Chloroplast ( ) C. Fluid filled portion

4. ATP ( ) D. Glucose

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) E. Energy currency

6. Dark reaction ( ) F. Oxygen , ATP, NADPH

IV. Group – A Group – B

1. Open circulatory system ( ) A. Nematyhelmenthes

2. Closed circulatory system ( ) B. Annelids

3. Eucoelomates ( ) C. Arthopoda, Mollusca

4. Pseudocoelom ( ) D. Octopus , higher animals

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V. Group – A Group – B

1. Stomata ( ) A. On stem

2. Lenticells ( ) B. Mangroove trees

3. Aerial roots ( ) C. Cutaneous respiration

4. Skin ( ) D. pulmonary respiration

5. Lungs ( ) E. Exchange of Gases

VI. Group – A Group – B


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1. Capillaries ( ) A. Oxygenated blood

2. Arteries ( ) B. Sphygmomanometer

3. Veins ( ) C. Hair

4. Aorta ( ) D. Largest Artery

5. Coronary Artery ( ) E. Deoxygenated blood

6. Blood pressure ( ) F. Largest Antery

VII. Group – A Group – B

1. Vitamin B ₁ ( ) A. Cyanoco balamine

2. Vitamin B₂ ( ) B. Pyridoxine

3. Vitamin B₃ ( ) C. Niacin

4. Vitamin B₆ ( ) D. Riboflavin

5. Vitamin B₁₂ ( ) E. Thiamine

VIII. Group – A Group – B

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) A. Funk

2. Vitamin ‘ D ‘ ( ) B. No enzymes

3. Vitamin ‘ E ‘ ( ) C. Retinol

4. Vitamin ‘ K ‘ ( ) D. Tocoferol

5. Vitamin ( ) E. Calciferol

6. Bile ( ) F. Phylloquinon

7. Dodder ( ) G. Haustoria

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IX. Group – A Group – B

1. Lungs ( ) A. 7,200 calories

2. Larynx ( ) B. Power house of cell

3. Trachea ( ) C. Pleura

4. Lung capacity ( ) D. Windpipe

5. Mitochondria ( ) E. 5,800 ml

6. ATP ( ) F. Voice box


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X. Group – A Group – B

1. Yama ( ) A. Self realisation

2. Niyama ( ) B. Meditation

3. Asana ( ) C. Concentration

4. Pranayama ( ) D. Withdrawal of senses

5. Prathyahara ( ) E. Expansion of vital energy

6. Dharana ( ) F. Body posture

7. Dhyana ( ) G. Individual discipline

8. Samadi ( ) H. Social discipline

XI. Group – A Group – B

1. Cerebrum ( ) A. Anger

2. Cerebellum ( ) B. Thinking

3. Medulta oblongata ( ) C. Equilibrium

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) D. 31 pairs

5. Cranial nerves ( ) E. Cardiac, respiratory moments

6. Spinal nerves ( ) F. 12 pairs

7. Ethylene ( ) G. Elongation of stem

8. Abscisic acid ( ) H. Cell division

9. Cytokinins ( ) I. Ripening of fruit

10. Gibberellins ( ) J. Seed dormancy

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XII. Group – A Group – B

1. Quinine ( ) A. Snake bite

2. Reserpine ( ) B. Pain killer

3. Caffeine ( ) C. Tobacco

4. Morphine ( ) D. Insecticide

5. Nicotine ( ) E. Anti malarial drug

6. Scopolamine ( ) F. Antiseptic
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7. Pyrethroids ( ) G. CNS Stimulant

8. Nimbin ( ) H. Sedative

XIII. Group – A Group – B

1.Cyton ( ) A. Myelin Sheath

2. Nodes of Ranvier ( ) B. Nissil granules

3. Schwann cell ( ) C. Interrupted areas

4. Neuron ( ) D. Contact between two neurons

5. Synapse ( ) E. Functional unit of Nervous system

6. Sensory nerve ( ) F. Reflex arc

7. Motor nerve ( ) G. Afferent neuron

8. Associated Neuron ( ) H. Efferent neuron

XIV. Group – A Group – B

1. Planaria ( ) A. Malphigian

2. Earth worm ( )
www.tlm4all.comB. Nephridia

3. Cockroach ( ) C. Flamecells

4. Sponge ( ) D. Meta nephridia

5. Mollusca ( ) E. No excretory organs

6. Protozoa ( ) F. Kidneys

7. Echinodermata ( ) G. Simple diffusion

8. Reptiles , Aves, Mammales ( ) H. Water vascul system

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XV. Group – A Group – B

1.Fission ( ) A. Ants, wasps, bee

2. Budding ( ) B. Planaria

3. Fragmentation ( ) C. Nerium

4. Parthenogenesis ( ) D. Paramoecium

5. Regeneration ( ) E. Yeast

6. Bulbs ( ) F. Algae and Fungi


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7. Tuber ( ) G. Potato

8. Stolon ( ) H. Strawberry

9. Corms ( ) I. Onion

10. Root ( ) J. Colacasia

XVI. Group – A Group – B

1.Pitutary gland ( ) A. Touch me not plant

2. Adrenal gland ( ) B. Oestrogen

3. Testis ( ) C. Thyroxine

4. Ovary ( ) D. To impel

5. Thyroid gland ( ) E. Adrenalin

6. Mimosa pudica ( ) F. testosterone

7. Hormao ( ) G. Master gland

XVII. Group – A Group – B

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) A. Meninges

2. Brain layers ( ) B. Outer mater

3. Dura mater ( ) C. Inner layer

4. Piameter ( ) D. middle layer

5. Arachnoid membrane ( ) E. 1400 gms

6. Cranium ( ) F. Bony box

7. Cerebro – spinal fluid ( ) G. Shock absorbing medium

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XVIII. Group – A Group – B

1.Prophase ( ) A. Mitotic cell division phase

2. Metaphase ( ) B. Synthesis phase ( DNA synthesis )

3. Anaphase ( ) C. Gap 2 phase (End of DNA replication )

4. Telophase ( ) D. Beginning of DNA replication

5. G₁ phase ( ) E. Spindle equator

6. S phase ( ) F. Pulling chromatids


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7. G₂ phase ( ) G. Chromosomes split into chromatids

8. M phase ( ) H. Nucleus devides into two

XIX. Group – A Group – B

1. Hydrotropism ( ) A. Gravity

2. Geotropism ( ) B. Tendrils

3. Phototropism ( ) C. Chemicals

4. Thigmo tropism ( ) D. Water

5. Chemotropism ( ) E. Light

XX. Group-A Group-B

1. Wild life protection act ( ) A. 12 pairs

2. Vestigial Organs ( ) B. 43 Pairs

3. Cranial nerves ( ) C. 1972

4. Spinal nerves ( ) D. 31 Pairs

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) E. 180

XXI. Group-A Group-B

1. Plants ( ) A. Primary consumers

2. Insects ( ) B. Tertiary consumer

3. Frog ( ) C. Producers

4. Snake ( ) D. Carnivore

5. Tiger ( ) E. Secondary consumer

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XXII. Group-A Group-B

1. Auto somes ( ) A. Change in the frequency of Genes

2. Allo somes ( ) B. Double helix

3. D N A ( ) C. Ribo Nuclic acid

4. R N A ( ) D. 1 Pair

5. Genetic drift ( ) E. 22 pairs

XXIII. Group-A Group-B


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1. Inscissors ( ) A. 4

2. Canines ( ) B. 8

3. Premolars ( ) C. 8

4. Molars ( ) D. 12

5. Human dental formula ( ) E. 2/2 , 1/ 1 , 2/2 , 3/ 3

XXIV. Group-A Group-B

1. Tubectomy ( ) A. Sperm killing pills

2. Vasectomy ( ) B. Foeticide

3. Spermicide ( ) C. Intra – uterine device

4. S T D ( ) D. Fallopian tube

5. Copper – T ( ) E. Vas deferens

F. Gonorrhoea

XXV. Group-A Group-B

1. Prophase ( )
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2. Metaphase ( ) B. Division of cytoplasm

3. Anaphase ( ) C. Chromosomes move to spindle equator

4. Telophase ( ) D. Chromosomes split to chromatids

5. Cytokinesis ( ) E. Nucleus devides into two

6. Karyokinesis ( ) F. Pulling chromatids towards poles

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XXVI. Group-A Group-B

1. Fluorine Atomic weight ( ) A. Hallogen

2. Fluorine is a ( ) B. 18.99 gm

3. No. of fluorine compounds ( ) C. 55

4. Fluorine group ( ) D. 9

5. No. of fluorine ( ) E.7thgroup

XXVII. Group-A Group-B


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1. Orgin of species ( ) A. Rudolph Virchow

2. Human physiology ( ) B. Charles Lyell

3. Omnis cellula de cellula ( ) C. Charles Darwin

4. Principles of geology ( ) D. John Daper

XXVIII. Group-A Group-B

1. Chipko movement ( ) A. Medha Patkar

2. Green belt movement ( ) B. Sundarlal Bahuguna

3. Narmada Bachavo Andolan ( ) C. Bob Hunter

4. Green peace movement ( ) D. Wangari maathai

XXIX. Group-A Group-B

1. Ecological pyramid ( ) A. Convergent evolution

2. Mitosis ( ) B. Divergent evolution

3. Analogous organs ( ) C. Walther Flemming

4. Homologous organs ( ) D. Gregor Mendel


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5. Father of genetics ( ) E. Charles Elton

XXX. Group-A Group-B

1. Fore limbs of a whale ( ) A. Grasping

2. Claw of a mole ( ) B. Runner

3. Wing of a bat ( ) C. Flyer

4. Leg of a cheetah ( ) D. Digger

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