General Knowledge and General Studies Quiz for RRB NTPC & SSC CGL: Set 193

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General Knowledge and General Studies Quiz: Set 193

General Science – Biology

  1. Which one is the largest cells in white blood corpuscles ?
    (A) Lymphocytes
    (B) Basophils
    (C) Monocytes
    (D) Neutrophils
  2. The process of transfer of genetic information from DNA to RNA is
    (A) Translocation
    (B) Transversion
    (C) Translation
    (D) Transcription
  3. Sickle-cell anemia is due to
    (A) Viruses
    (B) Genes
    (C) Hormones
    (D) Bacteria
  4. The matrix of blood is known as
    (A) Plasma
    (B) Blood protein
    (C) RBC and WBC
    (D) WBC and Platelets
     
  5. Both extra and intracellular digestion take place in
    (A) Dugesia
    (B) Star Fish
    (C) Poly stoma
    (D) Turbellaria
     
  6. Which one of the following is a reserve food of fungi ?
    (A) Glycogen
    (B) Fat
    (C) Starch
    (D) Both A and B
     
  7. Gymnosperms are
    (A) open seeded plants
    (B) non-flowering plants
    (C) closed seeded plants
    (D) aquatic plants
     
  8. Cellular respiration occurs in
    (A) centromere
    (B) nucleus
    (C) mitochondria
    (D) Golgi complex
     
  9. The nitrogen fixing bacteria present in the root nodules of leguminous plant is
    (A) salmonella
    (B) clostridium
    (C) rhizobium
    (D) pseudomonas
     
  10. Algae and fungi are collectively known as
    (A) Thallophytes
    (B) Pteridophytes
    (C) Bryophytes
    (D) Spermatophytes

 

ANSWERS
1. (C) Monoscytes 2. (D) Transcription
3. (B) Genes 4. (A) Plasma
5. (A) Dugesia 6. (A) Glycogen
7. (A) open seeded plants 8. (C) mitochondria
9. (C) rhizobium 10. (A) Thallophytes

 

 

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