General Knowledge Questions Answer GK Quiz

GK General Knowledge - Biology Question Answer Quiz

Q. An antibiotic is not useful against a virus whereas a vaccine is. Which one of the following is the most appropriate reason for this?
1) An antibiotic can break RNA only, whereas virus has DNA
2) An antibiotic is a carbohydrate in its chemical nature, whereas a vaccine is a protein which works well to kill a virus
3) Only a vaccine can break the genetic material of a virus
4) A virus does not use biochemical pathways which can be blocked by an antibiotic. But a vaccine can boost an immune system to fight the virus

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Q. Which cell organelles have their own DNA and Ribosomes?
1) Golgi body and Endoplasmic Reticulum
2) Mitochondria and Plastids
3) Lysosome and Golgi body
4) Vacuole and Plastids

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Q. A student was doing an experiment on increasing the cell division among plants. She asked her supervisor to suggest the specific plant hormone for the same. Had you been her super-visor, which plant hormone would you suggest?
1) Abscisic acid
2) Gibberellins
3) Cytokinin
4) Auxin

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Q. A child receives a tall beautiful plant as a birthday gift from his father with a quiz. The father asked her how she would verify whether this tall plant was the progeny of both the tall parents or one tall and one short parent plant. She could verify this through -
1) cross-pollination
2) self-pollination
3) tissue culture
4) negative propagation

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Q. Cell wall is not present in cells of -
1) Bacteria
2) Plants
3) Fungi
4) Humans

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Q. Which of the following pairs is not matched correctly in relation to scientific name of certain organisms?
1) Potato - Solanum Tuberosum
2) Wheat - Triticum aestivum
3) Paramecium - Paramecium caudatum
4) None of the above

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Q. What is the shape of chloroplast in spirogyra?
1) Cup shape
2) Griddle shape
3) Spiral shape
4) Ring shape

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Q. Which of the following cells show diversity of cells in human body?
1) Nerve cell
2) Muscle cell
3) Fat cell
4) Epithelial cell

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Q. During the anaerobic respiration that takes place in our musceles while doing rigorous exercise, what is the end product formed in the muscle?
1) Acetic Acid
2) Carbon dioxide
3) Ethanol
4) Lactic Acid

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Q. Which of the following is a fresh water sponge?
1) Sycon
2) Euspongia
3) Spongilla
4) Pleurobrachia

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