TRB -Zoology 2014 Question Paper with Answers Part-1

1. Fresh foods and fruits contain more of

A. Carbohydrates
B. Proteins
C. Vitamins
D. Fats
Answer: C

2. Which one of the following vitamins is considered to be a hormone?

A. Vitamin B
B. Vitamin A
C. Vitamin D
D. Vitamin C
Answer: C

3. The outer region of the brain is

A. Piameter
B. Duramater
C. Pericardium
D. Arachnoid membrane
  Answer : A

4. How many bones are there in a human body?

A. 205
B. 206
C. 209
D. 218
Answer : B

5. ------- are the blood vessels which carry blood towards the heart.

A. Arteries
B. Capillaries
C. Veins
D. None of these
Answer : C

6. Deficiency of Iodine causes

A. Fever
B. Skin disease
C. Indigestion
D. Thyroid malfunction
      Answer : D

7. Chloromycetin is used for the treatment of

A. Malaria
B. Typhoid
C. Tuberculosis
D. Jaundice
         Answer : C

8. Gene mutation takes place in

A. Mitochondrian
B. Ribosome
C. Dioxyribose nuclei acid
D. Chloroplast
Answer : C

9. The best source of proteins among the following is

A. Beans
B. Butter
C. Apple
D. Fish
    Answer : A  

10. The largest gland in the human body is

A. Pituitary
B. Liver
C. Adrenal
D. Mouth
  Answer : B

11. The substituted food contains one of the following?

 A. Fats
 B. Carbohydrates
 C. Water
 D. Protein
 Answer :  B

12. To find out the heart beatings, the doctors use

• A. Microscope
• B. Telescope
• C. Stethoscope
• D. Epidioscope
Answer : C

13. Malaria affects

• A. Spleen
• B. Intestine
• C. Liver
• D. Lungs
Answer  : C

14. Deficiency of iron in the diet causes

• A. Scurvy
• B. Rickets
• C. Goitre
• D. Anaemia
• Answer :D

15. AIDS affect this system

• A. Nervous system
• B. Immunity system
• C. Red blood cells
• D. Growth of human bodies
           Answer : B

16. The brain fever which affects young children is

• A. Malaria
• B. Typhoid
• C. Pneumonia
• D. Encephalitis
Answer  : D

17. ----- causes malaria and sleeping sickness?

• A. Viruses
• B. Bacteria
• C. Protozoans
• D. None of the above
Answer C

18. The largest living animals belong to the group of

• A. Fishes
• B. Reptiles
•C . Mammals                                                                                                                                              D. Birds
• Answer : C

19. Glucose is stored in our body in the form of

• A. Insulin
• B. Glycogen
• C. Amino acids
• D. Fat
Answer B

20. The vitamin responsible for antisterile activity is

• A. Vitamin A
• B. Vitamin B
• C. Vitamin D
• D. Vitamin E
         Answer : D

21. Birds excrete nitrogenous waste in the form of

• A. Urea
• B. Ammonia
• C. Uric acid
• D. Fatty acids
Answer : C

22. Total volume of blood in a normal human body

• A. 4 litres
• B. 4.5 litres
• C. 5 litres
• D. 6 litres
Answer : C

23. Normal blood pressure is

• A. 80/80 mm Hg
• B. 120/80 mm Hg
• C. 120/60 mm Hg
• D. 150/80 mm Hg
Answer B

24. Yellow fever is spread by

• A. Water
• B. Air
• C. Mosquito
• D. House fly
Answer D

25. Adenoid is the disease in which

• A. Thyroid enlarges
• B. Spleen enlarges
• C. Nasal tonsil enlarges
• D. Tonsil enlarges
       Answer : A


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