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Q106. Biogeographical regions are also called
(A) Zones
(B) Epoch
(C) Realms
(D) Era

Q107. Two species occupying same or overlapping area are
(A) Allopatric
(B) Parapatric
(C) Sympatric
(D) Peripatric

Q108. Which of the following glands is both endocrine and exocrine
(A) Pancreas
(B) Pituitary
(C) Adrenal
(D) Pineal

Q109. A sequence of DNA which is transcribed but not translated
(A) Axon
(B) Cistron
(C) Intron
(D) Codon

Q110. A sequence of DNA which is transcribed but not translated
(A) Axon
(B) Cistron
(C) Intron
(D) Codon

Q111. Which blood protein maintains normal blood pressure
(A) Albumin
(B) Globulin
(C) Fibrinogen
(D) Collagen

Q112. Which gland is active during chilhood but atrophies in adult
(A) Adrenal
(B) Thymus
(C) Thyroid
(D) Pancreas

Q113. Which hormone maintains normal blood pressure by regulating excretion of water
(A) Renin
(B) Angiotensin
(C) Angiotensinogen
(D) Aldosterone

Q114. Kupffer's cells occur in
(A) Brain
(B) Kidney
(C) Liver
(D) Spleen

Q115. The prokaryotic cell lacks
(A) Nuclear envelope and DNA
(B) Nuclear envelope and plastids
(C) DNA and mitochondria
(D) Cell membrance and nucleus

Q116. Which one of the following is the essential nutrient element required in the photosynthetic oxidation of water
(A) Magnesium
(B) Manganese
(C) Molybdenum
(D) Iron

Q117. Which of the following is not a part of the Kidney structure
(A) Malpighian body
(B) Glomerulus
(C) Loop of Henle
(D) Malpighian tubule

Q118. In cockroach the cavities of foregut and hindgut are lined with
(A) Salivary Glands
(B) Gizzard
(C) Cuticle
(D) Chitinous teeth

Q119. Which one of the following phylum is characterised by absence of true coelom
(A) Nematoda
(B) Echinodermata
(C) Mollusca
(D) Annelida

Q120. The ulcer is mostly due to infections by a bacterium called
(A) Helicobacter pylori
(B) Strepto cocci
(C) Staphylo cocci
(D) Mycobacterium tuberculae

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