Everyday Science Online MCQs Set 9

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Which process includes all of the other processes listed?

A. Absorption
B. Assimilation
D. Metabolism

How many mm are there in 10 cm?

A. 100mm
B. 200mm
C. 50mm
D. 10mm

Which of the following is the SI unit of volume?

A. Meter cube
B. Cm cube
C. mm cube
D. Km cube

The matter of our sun is in …….. state?

A. Liquid
B. Gas
C. Solid
D. Plasma

Which animal has no vocal chords ?

A. Lion
B. Zebra
C. Dolphin
D. Giraffes

Stripes on each side of “Grévy’s Zebra” is about………?

A. 20+
B. 30+
C. 80+
D. 36+

Age of the lion is determined through?

A. Nose Colour
B. Length of the tail
C. Length of Nails
D. Hair Colour

A bird that can fly backwards?

A. Bat
B. Humming Bird
C. Crimson Sun Bird
D. Cardinal Bird

Animal with the sharpest hearing ability?

A. Rat
B. Greater wax moth
C. Bat
D. Squirrel

What is the date when day and night are equal?

A. March 21 and December 24
B. January 14 and September 23
C. March 20 and September 23
D. January 14 and June 22

How many hearts an Octopus has?

A. 10
B. 8
C. 5
D. 3

Most of the weather phenomena take place in which of the following layers of the atmosphere?

A. Mesosphere
B. Ionosphere
C. Stratosphere
D. Troposphere

Goitre is associated with………..?

A. Pituitary gland
B. Thyroid gland
C. Thymus gland
D. Para-Thyroid gland

Which bone in human body is not directly attached to other bones?

A. Ulna
B. Hyoid
C. Tibia
D. Cranium

Where is the uvula located in human body?

A. Throat
B. Stomach
C. Scrotum
D. None

How many eyes does a worm have?

A. Two
B. Three
C. One
D. None

Maxilla bones are found in………..?

A. Jaw
B. Toe
C. Ear
D. Stomach

How many blood vessels can be found in the Umbilical Cord?

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

Who invented bifocal eyeglasses?

A. Ibn-e-Haitem
B. Benjamin Franklin
C. Archemedes
D. None

Which breed of dog has a black tongue?

A. Chow Chow
B. Shih Tzu
C. Husky
D. None

What is amoxicillin?

A. Type of birth control
B. A herbal remedy
C. An antibiotic
D. None

Science which deals with the position and movement of heavenly bodies ?

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

Which gas is used in preparation of Soda water?

A. Ammonia
B. Hydrogen
C. Nitrogen
D. Carbon Dioxide

Granite is a…………?

A. Metamorphic rock
B. Igneous rock
C. Sedimentry rock
D. None of these

How many times the sun is bigger than the size of the earth?

A. 69 times
B. 89 times
C. 99 times
D. 109 times

Which of the following vitamin is known as Niacin?

A. vitamin B-6
B. vitamin B-12
C. vitamin B-1
D. vitamin B-3

The deficiency of vitamin K causes …….. ?

A. Loss of appetite
B. Scurvy
C. Sterility
D. Blood clotting disorder

The deficiency of vitamin E causes ……. ?

A. Weak immune system
B. Weak bones
C. Lack of appetite
D. Sterility

Which of the following slows down the formation of RBCs (Red Blood Cells)?

A. Vitamin B-1
B. Vitamin C
C. Vitamin D
D. Vitamin E

Sunlight is made of……….colours?

A. Seven colours 
B. Five colours
C. Three colours
D. Non of these

746 watts are equivalent to………….?

A. 1 Joule
B. 1 erg
C. 1HP
D. 1 poise

“Beaufort Scale” is used to measure…………?

A. Wind Velocity 
B. Air Pressure
C. Wind Direction
D. Humidity

Who invented “Aspirin” in 1897?

A. Barnard
B. Newton
C. Felix Hoffmann
D. McLeod

Dead red blood corpuscles are stored in…………?

A. Liver
B. Spleen
C. Kidney
D. Heart

Which of the following mixture of gases is required in gas welding?

A. Oxygen and ethylene
B. Oxygen and hydrogen
C. Acetylene and oxygen
D. Acetylene and hydrogen

Which of the following cannot be stored in glass bottle?

A. Aqua regia
D. HBr

Earth is divided into following three layers?

a. Crust, Mountains, Oceans
b. Crust, Mantle, Trenches
c. Trenches, Mountains, Core
d. Crust, Mantel, Core

How many layers does the earth have?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

Which human hormone is called love hormone?

A. Oxytocin
B. Melatonin
C. Adrenalin
D. Renin

The chemical name of “Acid” (Tezaab) is………..?

A. Sulfuric acid
B. Sodium chloride
C. Citric Acid
D. None of these

Soap is ……?

A. Acid
B. Chemical
C. Powder
D. Salt

Red + Green + Blue = ……..?

A. Maroon
B. White
C. Black
D. None of the above

What type of Energy does spring have?

A. Elastic Potential Energy
B. Kinetic Energy
C. Potential Energy
D. None of the above

What is the body’s natural or acquired ability to resist certain diseases?

A. Immunity
B. Endocrine
C. Exocrine
D. All of above

The olfactory nerves affect what sense in brain?

A. Smell
B. Feel
C. Touch
D. Hear

Penicillin is used to fight what type of infections?

A. Bacteria
B. Viral
C. Pneumonia
D. Sepsis

People with what blood type can give blood to anyone and are thus called universal donors?

A. O-
B. O
C. AB+
D. AB-

The average human body contains how many pints of blood?

A. 3 to 5 pints
B. 5 to 7 pints
C. 7 to 8 pints
D. 9 to 12 pints

What is the medical term for low blood sugar?

A. Hypoglycemia
B. Lymphoblastic leukemia
C. Pulmonary edema
D. Diabetes mellitus

The protein content in wheat is approximately?

A. 8%
B. 6%
C. 13%
D. 17%

Tooth decay is caused by?

A. Salt
B. Sugar
C. Calcium
D. Formalin

Lunar eclipse occurs on……….?

A. New Moon
B. Full Moon 
C. Half Moon
D. Quarter Moon

Who invented the first battery?

A. Alessandro volta 
B. Tim Berner
C. Rob Stothard
D. Georges Leclanche

Which are the only two elements on the periodic table that are liquid at room temperature?

A. Mercury and Bromine
B. Carbon and helium
C. Nitrogen and Hydrogen
D. Oxygen and Neon

What are the three basic units of measurement for the metric system?

A. Metre, litre and gramme
B. Centimetre, kilograms and metric
C. Kilogram, mass and energy
D. Kelvin, cd and mole

What has no charge, and is one of the fundamental particles making up an atom’s nucleus?

A. Electron
B. Neutron
C. Proton
D. All of Above

Who came up with three laws of motion?

A. Galileo
B. Albert Einstein
C. Issac Newton 
D. Hubble

Diamonds are made up almost entirely of what element?

A. Carbon
B. Helium
C. Methane
D. Nitrogen

At what temperature are Celsius and Fahrenheit equal?

A. -40 degree
B. 40 degree
C. -10 degree
D. 10 degree

Who is considered the “father of psychoanalysis?

A. Sigmund Frend
B. Galileo
C. Aristotle
D. Fabrica

What is the first element in the periodic table?

A. Hydrogen
B. Helium
C. Nitrogen
D. Carbon

The lens used in a simple microscope is…………?

A. Concave
B. Convex 
C. Cylindrical
D. None

The image formed in a compound microscope is………….?

A. erect
B. inverted
C. sometimes erect, sometimes inverted
D. none

what is anthracite?

A. Carbon
B. Hard coal
C. Ammonia
D. None of these

When Pluto was cast out from the list of Planets?

A. September 24, 2006
B. April 28, 2004
C. January 26, 2006
D. August 24, 2006

What is the chemical formula of Ozone?

A. H2O
B. C12
C. O3
D. CH4

‘Christian Friedrich Schönbein’ discovery is………..?

A. Ozone
B. Radium
C. Cholorine
D. Neutron

A line on map connecting places that receives equal solar radiation is called:……..?

A. Isobar
B. Isohel
C. Isochore
D. None of these

‘Satiety’ is the condition in which patient lacks?

A. Talk
B. Eat
C. Sleep
D. Walk

Epiphytes are plants which depend on other plants for……..?

A. food
B. mechanical support
C. shade
D. None of these

Scientific Name of Human is…………?

A. Homo sapiens
B. Mono sapiens
C. Bio sapiens
D. Cosmopolitan

“Athlete’s Foot” is a disease caused by………?

A. Bacteria
B. Fungus
C. Protozoan
D. Nematode

Silver fish is the name of……….?

A. Insect
B. Fish
C. Bird
D. Mammal

2. Which one of the following organisms can serve as a biofertilizer for rice crop?

A. Blue-green algae
B. Rhizobium sp.
C. Mycorrhizal fungi
D. None of these

Rearing of honey bees for honey production is called?

A. Sericulture
B. Apiculture
C. Viticulture
D. Bees culture

Which of the following diseases induce immunity?

A. Smallpox
B. Jaundice
C. Diabetes
D. None of these

Study of fruit is called………..?

A. Pomology
B. Plriculture
C. Sericulture
D. Apiculture

Organ rejection is caused by……….?

A. B-Lymphocytes
B. T-lymphocytes
C. Both B and T lymphocytes

Sericulture is the study of which discipline ?

A. silk production
B. milk Production
C. honey production
D. forest timber production

Heart beats about …….. times in one’s life.

A. 2.8 Billion 
B. 3.7 Billion
C. 4.2 Billion
D. Infinite

Earthquakes occur most frequently at ……….?

A. Plate boundaries
B. Plate surface
C. Ocean beds
D. All of the above

A single heart beat involves …….. stages.

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

P Waves are also said to be ………. waves?

A. Push-pull
B. Side-side
C. Up-down
D. None of the above

There are about ……… muscles in human beings.

A. 206
B. 300
C. 650
D. 703

In general, the most destructive earthquake waves are the ………. ?

A. P waves
B. S waves
C. Surface waves
D. All of the above

Most abundant muscles in human beings?

A. Skeletal Muscles 
B. Smooth Muscles
C. Cardiac Muscles
D. All of these

Place directly above focus on Earth’s surface is known as ………?

A. Strike
B. Comma
C. Epicenter
D. Origin

Link between living and non-living organisms?

A. Bacteria
B. Virus
C. Cyanobacteria
D. Plants

The point within the Earth where earthquakes originate is ………?

A. Comma
B. Origin
C. Epicenter
D. Focus

Father of genetics? 

A. Morgan
B. Darwin
C. Aristotle
D. Mendal

Magnitude of energy released by an earthquake is calculated using ……..?

A. Earthquake scale
B. Seismic scale
C. Richter scale
D. Temblor scale

Morgan studied how many traits of Drosophila?

A. 7
B. 67
C. 85
D. All

The ability of the Eye to see in the dark, is due to the production of a purple pigment known as……..?

A. Carotene
B. Rhodopsin
C. Iodopsin
D. Retinene

The brain of human adult weighs about………?

A. 1200 – 1300 gm
B. 1600 – 2000 gm
C. 500 – 800 gm
D. 100 – 200 gm

Human skin colour is ………?

A. Multifactorial
B. Pleiotropic
C. Polygenic
D. Epistatic

What happens to a person who receives the wrong type of blood?

A. All the arteries constrict
B. All the arteries dialates
C. The RBCs agglutinate
D. The spleen and lymphnodes deteriorate

Mendal studied ……… traits of pisum sativum?

A. Six
B. Seven
C. Eight
D. Nine

AIDS is caused by …….. virus?

C. Rabies
D. Pigs

EEG records the activity of……….?

A. Heart
B. Lungs
C. Brain
D. Muscles

HIV is a …….. virus?


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