Everyday Science Online MCQs Set 14

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Density of Milk is……..?

A. 1.024 g/cm3
B. 1.034 g/cm3
C. 1.044 g/cm3
D. 1.054 g/cm3

Another name for liver is called ……….. ?

A. Hepar
B. Hepta
C. Heptum
D. Hilum

When a single month has two full moons, the second moon is called……..?

A. Super moon
B. Blue moon
C. Super blue moon
D. Red moon

Outer surface of bones is covered by a dense layer of connective tissue, called as ……….. ?

A. Periosteum
B. Woven bone
C. Epithelium lining
D. Connective lining

A body of land that is surrounded by water on three sides is called……..?

A. Strait
B. Bay
C. Peninsula
D. Gulf

Frozen dew is also known as……..?

A. Frost
B. Black ice
C. Frozen ice
D. Black hail

Crysanthemum is propagated by………..?

A. Suckers
B. corms
C. corals
D. None

White bloods cells are also known as……..?

A. Thrombocytes
B. Leucocytes
C. Erythrocytes
D. None of These

Biebs that are broke off from cell are called ……….?

A. Apoptotic bodies
B. Necrosis bodies
C. Tuberculosis bodies
D. Cytokinetic bodies

Number of cells that are destroyed in adults by apoptosis are …….. ?

A. 20 to 35 billion cells
B. 50 to 70 billion cells
C. 10 to 20 billion cells
D. 15 to 25 billion cells

The study of fish is known as ……..?

A. Entomology
B. Ichthyology
C. Ecology
D. None of these

The scientific study of insects is known as …….?

A. Ichthyology
B. Entomology
C. Zoology
D. Botany

Special enzymes are released during necrosis from ………. ?

A. lysosomes
B. Vacuoles
C. Cytoplasm
D. Golgi bodies

Kind of cellular respiration which occurs in presence of oxygen is ……… ?

A. Anaerobic respiration
B. Aerobic respiration
C. Nitrogenous respiration
D. Acidic respiration

The study of organisms and their environment is known as ……..?

A. Acoustics
B. Ecology
C. Ichthyology
D. None of these

The scientific study of measurement is known as ……….?

A. Entomology
B. Metrology
C. Ichthyology
D. Ecology

Fuel used by cells in cellular respiration to get energy is …….. ?

A. polysaccharides
B. Polypeptides
C. Glucose
D. Sugar

Moon is a……….?

A. Star
B. Planet
C. A & B
D. Satellite

Kind of respiration through which skeletal muscles of human body gets the energy is …….. ?

A  Acidic respiration
B. Anaerobic respiration
C. Aerobic respiration
D. Nitrogenous respiration

Zygote with three copies chromosome 21, is known to cause ………?

A. Hay fever
B. Scurvy
C. Parkinson Disease
D. Downs syndrome

Chemical Name of Dry Ice?

A. Solid Carbon Dioxide
B. Calcium Carbon
C. A&B
D. Sodium Oxide

Special kind of protein containing iron is called as ……… ?

A. Hormones
B. Hemoglobin
C. Red blood cell
D. White blood cell

The main culprit of greenhouse effect is Carbon dioxide. But which is the second element contributing most to greenhouse effect

A. Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
B. Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
C. Methane (CH4)
D. High-fructose corn syrup (HFCs)

Guard cells of stoma are …….. ?

A. Irregular in shape
B. Convex in shape
C. Long and cylindrical in shape
D. Kidney-shaped

As a result of which treaty, ozone hole in Antarctica is slowly healing?

A. Koyoto protocol
B. Ottawa treaty
C. Montreal protocol
D. Oslo Accord

How many meters are in one mile?

How many meters in one mile?
A. 1409.34
B. 1509.34
C. 1609.34
D. None of Above

Stamens are not usually pendulous in plants pollinated by ………. ?

A. Wind
B. Insects
C. Water
D. Rain

Sessile flowers have ……… ?

A. No scent
B. Irregular shape
C. No pedicles
D. No petals

Montreal Protocol 1987 was……….?

A. Treaty among nations to reduce nuclear arsenals
B. Climate control treaty
C. Treaty to protect ozone layer
D. Trade policy about tarrifs

More water is reabsorbed in blood due to ……… ?

A. More anti-diuretic hormone
B. Lesser anti-diuretic hormone
C. Active functioning of pancreas
D. Inactivity of pituitary gland

Disolved oxygen (DO) in water should be?

A. 400 to 800 ppm
B. 4000 to 8000 ppm
C. 0.4 to 0.5 ppm
D. 4 to 5 ppm

Why normal rain is slightly acidic?

A. due to presence of dust in air
B. carbon dioxide and water in clouds react to form carbonic acid
C. Ozone depletion
D. All of these

All are functions of hypothalamus, but, ……… ?

A. Regulation of body temperature
B. Regulation of anti-diuretic hormones
C. Regulation of sleep and emotions
D. Regulation of blood osmotic pressure

Examples of Epigeal germination include ……… ?

A. Maize
B. Sword bean seed
C. Broad bean seed
D. Corn

The yellow colour in photochemical smog is due to the presence of…………?

A. Sulphur dioxide
B. Carbon dioxide
C. Nitrogen dioxide
D. CFC’s

“lub” sound is produced after ……… ?

A. The ventricles are fully contracted
B. The ventricles start to relax
C. The bicuspid and tricuspid valves suddenly close
D. The semilunar valves are closed

Human beings use ……. liters of pure oxygen per day.

A. 550
B. 2500
C. 1,050
D. 10,000

In 2013, Planck measured the age of the universe at ………..?

A. 13.82 billion years
B. 4.53 billion years
C. 4.6 billion years
D. 4.53 billion years

Self pollination is not possible in …….. ?

A. Dioecious plants
B. Pawpaw
C. Flowers
D. both A and B 

Jupiter has …….. known moons.

A. 62
B. 73
C. 79
D.53

BOD refers to the ……….?

A. Bidding of Dermatology
B. Binding of Dirt
C. Biochemical occupied Date
D. Biochemical Oxygen demand

Enzyme activity can also be charted through the ………. ?

A. Rate of digestion
B. Rate of reaction
C. Level of pH
D. Number of active sites

The study of heavenly bodies is known as………?

A. Astrology
B. Astronautics
C. Astronomy
D. Astrophysics

What is hibernation and aestivation……..?

A.Thermal adaptation shown by animals
B. wind adaptation shown by animals
C. adaptation of animals to escape from predators
D. none of the above

kilohertz (kHz) is a unit which measures?

A. Power used by a current of one ampere
B. Electromagnetic radio wave frequencies
C. Voltage
D. Electric resistance

Which of the following does not pollute the air?

A. Nitrogen Dioxide
B. Sulfur dioxide
C. Carbon dioxide
D. none of these

Acetabularia mediterranea has a cap of ……… ?

A. Regular shape
B. Circular shape
C. Triangular shape
D. Cone shape

Scientist discovered a previously undetected feature of the human Anatomy that could be the largest organ of human body?

A. Brass
B. Pectora
C. Interstitium
D. Otic

Acetabularia is a kind of ………. ?

A. Fungi
B. Protist
C. Multicellular alga
D. Unicellular alga

One Joule is equal to……….?

A. 105 ergs
B. 103 ergs
C. 107 ergs
D. 1011 ergs

Parkinson is a disease of………?

A. Lungs
B. Eyes
C. Brain
D. Bones

‘Bar’ is the unit of………..?

A. Temperature
B. Heat
C. Atmospheric pressure
D. Current

The expected number of RBCs in a single drop, or microliter, of blood is ……… million in Men.

A. 4.5 to 6.2 million
B. 3.4 to 6.8 million
C. 3.2 to 7.2 million
D. 4.0 to 5.2 million

The normal range of the number of white blood cells in a microliter of blood is between ……… ?

A. 2,500 and 09,300
B. 4,500 and 10,000
C. 4,900 and 12,000
D. None of these

“Ornithology” is the study of………….?

A. Birds
B. Insects
C. Sea Plants
D. Sea Animals

The expected number of RBCs in a single drop, or microliter, of blood is ……… million in Women.

A. 4.5 to 6.2 million
B. 3.4 to 6.8 million
C. 3.2 to 7.2 million
D. 4.0 to 5.2 million

How many Dynes are there in one gram weight?

A. 993
B. 981
C. 250
D. 375

Ingestion of bacteria by certain type of cells is termed as …….. ?

A. Acclimatization
B. Agglutination
C. Paralysis
D. Phagocytosis

The melting point of ice is………?

A. 00C
B. 1000C
C. 40C
D.-40C

Human body makes about 20 million erythrocytes in……….?

A. One Second
B. Two Seconds
C. Three Seconds
D. Four Seconds

Freezing point of water is……….?

A. 0 °C
B. -2 °C
C. -4 °C
D. None of above

Which of the following vitamins is useful in ostcoimalacia?

A. Vitamin D
B. Vitamin E
C. Vitamin C
D. Vitamin A

Wind always blows from area of ……..?

A. Low pressure to high pressure
B. High pressure to low pressure
C. Only low pressure
D. Only high pressure

Which one of the following vitamin is known as the “anti- Sterile” factor?

A. Ascorbic acid
B. Retinol
C. Riboflavin
D. a-tocopherols

Density of Ice is………?

A. 800kg/m3
B. 917kg/m3
C. 930kg/m3
D. 1000kg/m3

The density of Air is………….?

A. 0.225 kg/m3
B. 1.025 kg/m3
C. 1.225 kg/m3
D. 1.425 kg/m3

Protein which acts as hormone is……….?

A. Casein
B. Trypsin
C. Oxytocin
D. Keratin

How long does it take for the moon to orbit the earth once?

A. 26.3 days
B. 27.3 days
C. 28.3 days
D. 30.3 days

Sweat glands occur in greatest number in the skin of the……….?

A. Forehead
B. Back
C. Armpits
D. Palm of hand

The distance b/w Earth and Moon is………..?

A. 3,50,000km
B. 3,60,100km
C. 3,72,000km
D. 3,84,400km

Accurate name given to blood is ……….. ?

A. Red fluid
B. Hemoglobin
C. Fluid tissue
D. Plasma

The Mirror used in the Automobiles are………..?

A. Concave
B. Convex
C. Plains
D. Reflective

Blood does not coagulate inside the body due to the presence of………..?

A. Haemoglobin
B. Fibrin
C. Heparin
D. Plasma

The Time taken for sunlight to reach the Earth is………..?

A. 700 sec
B. 8hrs 20 mins
C. 8 mins 20 sec
D. 8 mins

Mild tertian malaria is caused by ……. ?

A. Plasmodium vivax
B. Plasmodium falciparum
C. Plasmodium ovale
D. Plasmodium malariae

The Scientist who told “Heat is a form of Energy” was………..?

A. Thomas Alva Edison
B. Newton
C. Joule
D. Kepler

Under unfavourable conditions, the Amoeba reproduces by …….. ?

A. Binary fission
B. Conjugation
C. Encystment
D. Endomixis

One Quintal is Equal to………..?

A. 70 kg
B. 80 kg
C. 90 kg
D. 100 kg

Sporogony of malaria parasite occurs in ……. ?

A. Liver of man
B. RBC of man
C. Stomach wall of mosquito
D. Salivary glands of mosquito

In Space, our Body…….?

A. Gains Weight
B. Loses Weight
C. No Change
D. Little Change

Corolla and calyx collectively termed as………..?

A. Prienth
B. Hermaphrodite
C. Complete flower
D. Se*ual whorls

The Percentage of Water used for Drinking in the world is?

A. 1%
B. 10%
C. 3%
D. 5%

The number of daughter paramecia produced following conjugation is ……. ?

A. 8 from one conjugant
B. 8 from two conjugants
C. 16 from two conjugants
D. 8-16 from two conjugants

Growth is provided by……..?

A. Protein
B. Minerals
C. Vitamins
D. Carbohydrates

Deficiency of Iodine causes:…………?

A. Anemia
B. Scurvy
C. Goiter
D. Rickets

Amoeba secretes digestive enzymes to hydrolyse ……… ?

A. Starch
B. Sugar
C. Proteins
D. All of these and fats

Which of the following is not a Fat-soluble vitamin?

A. Vitamin B5
B. Vitamin B6
C. Vitamin B3
D. Vitamin B2

Ingestion of some water with food in Amoeba takes place by the process of …… ?

A. Endosmosis
B. Pinocytosis
C. Phagocytosis
D. None of these

Which of the following is not a water soluble vitamin?

A. Tocopherol
B. Pyridoxine
C. Pantothenic acid
D. Niacin

The vitamin Folate works together with ………. to produce new red blood cells?

A. Vitamin D
B. Vitamin A
C. Vitamin B-12
D. None of the above

Trisomy 21 is most common in mothers of the …….. age group.

A. 15 to 19
B. 20 to 34
C. 35 to 39
D. 40 to 45

Common food sources of Vitamin A are:………..?

A. Milk, eggs, butter, cheese, cream, and liver
B. White sugar, honey, and sugar cane
C. Broccoli, apricots, cantaloupe, carrots, sweet potato, spinach
D. Both A and C

Disease which transferred from animal to Human is………?

Sporadic
Epidemic
Endemic
Zoonosis

Which of the following is a function of Vitamin A in the body?

A. Vision, bone and body growth
B. Immune defenses, maintenance of body linings and skin
C. Normal cell development and reproduction
D. All of the above

The plant dye Henna imparts orangered colour to skin and hairs due to its reaction with which of the following?

A. Lipids
B. Carbohydrates
C. Amino acids
D. Protein and amino acids

Vitamin C deficiency leads to:…………?

A. Scurvy
B. Cold
C. Cancer
D. Rickets

The hormone that helps in Parthenocarpy?

A. Abscisic acid
B. Cytokinin
C. Ethylene
D. Gibberellin

Most abundant color in Earth is………?

A. Blue
B. Green
C. Brown
D. Black

The hard, solid rocks, whose composition or texture has been changed by heat or pressure in the Earth are called…………?

A. Sedimentary rocks
B. Metamorphic rocks
C. Igneous rocks
D. All of the above

Which of the following ” Tikka disease” is related with the crop?

A. Musturd
B. Paddy
C. Ground nut
D. None of these

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