RAM Means:

A. Read after memory

B. Random Access Memory

C. Random After Memory

D. Read Acces Memory

LPG Stands for:

A. Liquid per Gram

B. Leg Pads and Gloves

C. Liquefied Petroleum Gas

D. Liquefied Pressure Gas

What is meant by WBC?

1. White Blood Cell

B. World Basketball Company

C. White Board Cell

D. None of these

What is meant by RNA?

A. Ribonucleic acid

B. Radiation nucleic acid

C. Ribonucleic agency

D. Radiation nucleic agency

Which of the following statements is correct?

A. All arteries carry oxygenated blood

B. All veins carry oxygenated blood

C. All arteries except pulmonary artery carry oxygenated blood

D. All veins except pulmonary vein carry oxygenated blood

The red sea derives its name from the:

A. Profuse growth of a red flowered plant

B. Red bloom created by a blue green alga

C. Red bloom caused by a red alga

D. Red coloured effluents deposited in it

Breathing through the nose is better because:

A. Breathing through mouth is difficult

B. Nasal passage is longer and the air gets warmed up till it reaches the lungs

C. Nose has been made for the purpose of breathing

D. None of these

Both sun and earth are:

A. 1 to 2 billion years old

B. 4 to 5 billion years old

C. 10 to 12 billion years old

D. 100 to 150 billion years old

Phagocytes ________.

A. Control blood pressure

B. Ingest foreign materials in blood

C. Give colour to the blood

D. Control osmotic pressure

GPS is an abbreviation for?

A. Global Poles System

B. Global PolySiliconium Store

C. Global Positioning System

D. Global Position Structure

What is metamerism?

A. Identical arrangement of organs in all the segments

B. Arrangements of various segments differently

C. Two kinds of morphology

D. New segments are produced from the base

What is ‘Stealth Technology’?

A. A device which when attached to an aircraft makes it invisible on the radar
B. A coating which reduces the visibility of an aircraft on a radar
C. A technology by which it is possible for the aircraft to spy in the enemy air space
D. None of these

A Spore is:

A. A commonly used medicine for cultivating bacteria

B. A common seaweed found in tropical regions

C. A reproductive unit of plants, protozoa and bacteria

D. A pore in the human skin