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Science-General Knowledge Questions, Quiz

Q16. What is the average fat content of "Buffalo milk"
(a) 6%
(b) 7.2%
(c) 9.3%
(d) 10.8%

Q17. Which one of the following fuels causes minimum environmental pollution
(a) Hydrogen
(b) Coal
(c) Kerosene
(d) Diesel

Q18. Which one of the following types of glasses can cut-off ultraviolet rays
(a) Soda glass
(b) Pyrex glass
(c) Jena glass
(d) Croobes glass

Q19. Which one is the major component of honey is
(a) Glucose
(b) Sucrose
(c) Maltose
(d) Fructose



Q20. Which part of the eye can be transplanted
(a) Iris
(b) Lens
(c) Cornea
(d) Retina

Q21. When ants bite, they inject
(a) Glacial acetic acid
(b) Methanol
(c) Formic acid
(d) Stearic acid

Q22. Which one is a good source of Vitamin D
(a) Moisture
(b) Sunlight
(c) Pure oxygen
(d) Pure sulphur dioxide

Q23. The bleaching action of chlorine occurs in the presence of
(a) Gracilaria
(b) Laminaria
(c) Oedogonium
(d) Spirogyra

Q24. Freons cause great environmental damage. They are
(a) Mixed carbon gases
(b) Mixed chlorofluoro-hydrocarbons
(c) Mixed sulphur gases
(d) Free gases

Q25. Hemorrhagic dengue fever is spread by
(a) Aedes fluviatilis
(b) Aedes albimenus
(c) Aedes aegyptii
(d) Aedes meristica



Q26. What is the name given to forces that shape and reshape the earth's crust
(a) Diastrophic
(b) Exogenetic
(c) Erosion
(d) Tectonic

Q27. Which term is used for the imaginary lines joining the places of equal rainfall
(a) Isochrome
(b) Isohyet
(c) Isoseismal
(d) Isoneph

Q28. Human eye is sensitive to wavelength in the range of
(a) 300-390 nm
(b) 300-360 nm
(c) 380-760 nm
(d) 790-800 nm

Q29. Mycobacterium Indicus Pranii is a vaccine recently developed against
(a) Leprosy
(b) Brain Fever
(c) Tuberculosis
(d) Measles

Q30. Who is known as father of GIS
(a) Jack Dangermond
(b) Ian McHarg
(c) Roger Tomlinson
(d) John Snow


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