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Question 1 of 90
1. Question
1.Which is the correct statement about thecodont?
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Question 2 of 90
2. Question
2.In human dental formula is represented as
2123/2123
Which is the correct order of teeth?
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Question 3 of 90
3. Question
3.Papillae refers to
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Question 4 of 90
4. Question
4.The oesophagus and trachea open into
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Question 5 of 90
5. Question
5.Which one of the following statements is Incorrect?
I. The stomach is located in the upper left portion of the abdominal cavity
II. The highly coiled region of intestine is jejunum
III. Caecum hosts many symbiotic microorganisms
IV. Vermiform appendix arise from the colon
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Question 6 of 90
6. Question
6.Identify the types of teeth in the given diagram
 P) 1 a) Canine
 Q) 2 b) Molar
 c) Premolar
 d) Incisor
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Question 7 of 90
7. Question
7.____________opens into rectum
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Question 8 of 90
8. Question
8.The four layers namely serosa, muscularis, submucosa and mucosa is distributed in
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Question 9 of 90
9. Question
9.The Submucosal layer is formed of?
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Question 10 of 90
10. Question
10.The nerve, blood and lymph vessels containing layer of alimentary system is?
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Question 11 of 90
11. Question
11.The irregular folds of the stomach form from the _____________ layer
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Question 12 of 90
12. Question
12.Goblet cells form from _________and secrete __________
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Question 13 of 90
13. Question
13.The crypts of Lieberkuhn arise from
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Question 14 of 90
14. Question
14.Parotid glands are situated
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Question 15 of 90
15. Question
15.Human liver weigh between
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Question 16 of 90
16. Question
16.Find out the Incorrect statements
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Question 17 of 90
17. Question
17.Identify A, B,C,D in the given diagram
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Question 18 of 90
18. Question
18.The process of digestion is accomplished by
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Question 19 of 90
19. Question
19.The two major function of buccal cavity is
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Question 20 of 90
20. Question
20.The saliva contains enzymes except
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Question 21 of 90
21. Question
21.The chemical process of digestion is initiated in the oral cavity by the _____________ of the carbohydrate splitting enzyme
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Question 22 of 90
22. Question
22.The favourable pH for the following reaction will be
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Question 23 of 90
23. Question
23.Match the column with the cells and its function
ColumnI ColumnII
P. Neck cells a. Intrinsic factor
Q. Oxyntic cells b. Mucus
R. Chief cells c. Proenzyme
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Question 24 of 90
24. Question
24.Proteins are converted into two products by the action of pepsin, they are
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Question 25 of 90
25. Question
25.Enterokinase activates the following enzyme(s)
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Question 26 of 90
26. Question
26.Bile released into the duodenum contains all except
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Question 27 of 90
27. Question
27.Which of the following statemnets are Correct?
I.Goblet cells arise from the submucosal layer of the intestine
II. Bicarbonates from the pancreas protects the intestinal mucosa
III. The secretions of the brush border cells of the mucosa along with the secretions of the goblet cells constitute the succus entericus
IV. Peptones are completely hydrolysed proteins among other protein metabolites
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Question 28 of 90
28. Question
28.Study the following reaction and name the enzyme and its secretion site respectively
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Question 29 of 90
29. Question
29.The following reaction takes place in the
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Question 30 of 90
30. Question
30.All statements are true except?
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Question 31 of 90
31. Question
31.Based on quantum mechanical theory, the electronic configuration of Pd(Z = 46) is
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Question 32 of 90
32. Question
32.When a gold sheet is bombarded by a beam of aparticles, only a few of them get deflected whereas most go straight, undeflected. This is because
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Question 33 of 90
33. Question
33.The radius of _{13}Al^{27} will be
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Question 34 of 90
34. Question
34.
which following option is correct?
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Question 35 of 90
35. Question
35.
which following option is correct?
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Question 36 of 90
36. Question
36.Calculate the mass of a deuteron, given that the first line in the Lyman series of hydrogen lies at 82259.1 cm^{–}^{1} .
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Question 37 of 90
37. Question
37.A 1W radio transmitter operates at a frequency of 880 Hz. How many photons per second does it emit?
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Question 38 of 90
38. Question
38.The ratio of the e/m values of a proton and an aparticle is
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Question 39 of 90
39. Question
39.Assume that the potential energy of a hydrogen atom in its ground state is zero. Then its energy in the first excited state will be
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Question 40 of 90
40. Question
40.When the electron of a hydrogen atom jumps from the n = 4 to the n = 1 state, the number of spectral lines emitted is
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Question 41 of 90
41. Question
41.For a hydrogen atom, what is the orbital degeneracy of the level that has energy = –hcR_{¥}/9 , where R_{¥} is the Rydberg constant for the hydrogen atom?
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Question 42 of 90
42. Question
42.When the value of the azimuthal quantum number is 3, the maximum and the minimum values of the spin multiplicities are
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Question 43 of 90
43. Question
43.The correct set of quantum numbers for the unpaired electron of a chlorine atom is
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Question 44 of 90
44. Question
44.Which of the following sets of quantum numbers represents the highest energy of an atom?
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Question 45 of 90
45. Question
45. After np orbitals are filled, the next orbital filled will be
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Question 46 of 90
46. Question
46.The value of the magnetic moment of a particular ion is 2.83 Bohr magneton. The ion is
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Question 47 of 90
47. Question
47.The number of spherical nodes in 3p orbitals is
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Question 48 of 90
48. Question
48.The angular distribution functions of all orbitals have
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Question 49 of 90
49. Question
49.Which of the following radial distribution graphs correspond to l = 2 for the H atom?
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Question 50 of 90
50. Question
50.Which of the following statements is incorrect with reference to the Zeeman effect?
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Question 51 of 90
51. Question
51.The wave function for a hydrogen atom with its electron in the 2p state varies with direction as well as distance from the nucleus. What is the probability of a 2p electron, for which m_{l} = 0, existing on the xy plane?
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Question 52 of 90
52. Question
52.Which of the following is true for Thomson’s model of the atom?
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Question 53 of 90
53. Question
53.Which of the following transitions is not allowed in the normal electronic emission spectrum of an atom?
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Question 54 of 90
54. Question
54.Bohr’s theory is not applicable to
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Question 55 of 90
55. Question
55.The configuration [Ar]3d^{10}4s^{2}4p^{2} is similar to that of
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Question 56 of 90
56. Question
56.
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Question 57 of 90
57. Question
57.What is the most probable distance from the nucleus at which a 2p electron will be found in the hydrogen atom?
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Question 58 of 90
58. Question
58.The frequency of one of the lines in the Paschen series of a hydrogen atom is 2.34 ´ 10^{14} Hz. The quantum number n_{2} which causes this transition is
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Question 59 of 90
59. Question
59.
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Question 60 of 90
60. Question
60. The quantum number not obtained from the Schrödinger wave equation is
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Question 61 of 90
61. Question
61.A ball is thrown upward with a certain speed. It passes through the same point at 3 second and 7 second from the start. The maximum height achieved by the ball is
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Question 62 of 90
62. Question
62.For the following acceleration versus time graph the corresponding velocity versus displacement graph is
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Question 63 of 90
63. Question
63.A particle is moving along the path y = x^2 from x = 0 m to x = 2 m. Then the distance traveled by the particle is:
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Question 64 of 90
64. Question
64.Six particles situated at the corners of a regular hexagon of side ‘a’ move at constant speed v. Each particle maintains a direction towards the particle at the next. The time which the particles will take to meet each other is
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Question 65 of 90
65. Question
65.The displacement x of a particle moving in one dimension under the action of the constant force is related to time t by the equation t = √x + 3, where x is in meters and t is in seconds. Find the displacement of the particle from t = 0 sec to t = 6 s.
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Question 66 of 90
66. Question
66.The acceleration a (in ms^−2) of a body, starting from rest varies with time t (in s) following the equation a = 3t+4. The velocity of the body at time t = 2s will be :
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Question 67 of 90
67. Question
67. A stone falls freely from rest from a height h and it travels a distance 9h/25 in the last second. The value of h is:
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Question 68 of 90
68. Question
68.Two men P & Q are standing at corners A & B of square ABCD of side 8 m. They start moving along the track with constant speed 2 m/s and 10 m/s respectively. The time when they will meet for the first time, is equal to:
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Question 69 of 90
69. Question
69.A bullet loses 1/20 of its velocity passing through a plank. The least number of planks required to stop the bullet is (All planks offers same retardation)
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Question 70 of 90
70. Question
70. A body starts from the origin and moves along the Xaxis such that the velocity at any instant is given by (4t^3−2t), where t is in sec and velocity in m/s. What is the acceleration of the particle, when it is 2 m from the origin?
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Question 71 of 90
71. Question
71.A point moves with uniform acceleration and v_{1}, v_{2} and v_{3} denote the average velocities in the three successive intervals of time t_{1}, t_{2} and t_{3}. Which of the following relations is correct ?
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Question 72 of 90
72. Question
72.A motor car moving with a uniform speed of 20 m/sec comes to stop on the application of brakes after travelling a distance of 10 m Its acceleration is
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Question 73 of 90
73. Question
73.Which of the following four statements is false?
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Question 74 of 90
74. Question
74.If body having initial velocity zero is moving with uniform acceleration 8 m/sec^{2} , then the distance travelled by it in fifth second will be
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Question 75 of 90
75. Question
75.The acceleration ‘a’ in m/s^{2} of a particle is given by a=3t^2+2t+2 where t is the time. If the particle starts out with a velocity, u = 2 m/s at t = 0, then the velocity at the end of 2 seconds is:
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Question 76 of 90
76. Question
76. A student is standing at a distance of 50 metres from the bus. As soon as the bus begins its motion with an acceleration of 1 ms^{–2}, the student starts running towards the bus with a uniform velocity u. Assuming the motion to be along a straight road, the minimum value of u, so that the student is able to catch the bus is:
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Question 77 of 90
77. Question
77.A projectile is given an initial velocity of ˆi+2ˆj. The Cartesian equation of its path is (g = 10 ms^−2)
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Question 78 of 90
78. Question
78.Time taken by the projectile to reach from A to B is t. Then the distance AB is equal to :
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Question 79 of 90
79. Question
79.The speed of a swimmer in still water is 20 m/s. The speed of river water is 10 m/s and is flowing due east. If he is standing on the south bank and wishes to cross the river along the shortest path, the angle at which he should make his stroke w.r.t north is given by:
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Question 80 of 90
80. Question
80.Two particles A and B are moving in a uniform circular motion in concentric circles of radii rA and rB with speeds vA and vB respectively. Their time periods of rotation are the same. The ratio of angular speed of A to that of B will be:
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Question 81 of 90
81. Question
81.Two bullets are fired horizontally and simultaneously towards each other from rooftops of two buildings 100 m apart and of the same height of 200 m, with the same velocity of 25 m/s. When and where will the two bullets collide? (g = 10 m/s2s2)
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Question 82 of 90
82. Question
82.. In the given figure, a = 15m /s^{2} represents the total acceleration of a particle moving in the clockwise direction in a circle of radius R = 2.5 m at a given instant of time. The speed of the particle is:
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Question 83 of 90
83. Question
83.A projectile is fired from the surface of the earth with a velocity of 5 m/s and angle θ with the horizontal. Another projectile fired from another planet with a velocity of 3 m/s at the same angle follows a trajectory, which is identical to the trajectory of the projectile fired from the earth. The value of the acceleration due to gravity on the planet (in m/s^{2}) is: [Given, g = 9.8 m/s^{2}]
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Question 84 of 90
84. Question
84.The velocity of a projectile at the initial point A is (2i+3j) m/s. Its velocity (in m/s) at point B is:
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Question 85 of 90
85. Question
85. A particle has initial velocity (2i + 3j) and acceleration (0.3i + 0.2j). The magnitude of velocity after 10s will be
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Question 86 of 90
86. Question
86.Two racing cars of masses m_{1} and m_{2} are moving in circles of radii r_{1} and r_{2} respectively. Their speeds are such that each makes a complete circle in the same duration of time t. The ratio of the angular speed of the first to the second car is
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Question 87 of 90
87. Question
87.A stone is just released from the window of a train moving along a horizontal straight track. The stone will hit the ground following
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Question 88 of 90
88. Question
88.An aero plane is flying at a constant horizontal velocity of 600 km/hr at an elevation of 6 km towards a point directly above the target on the earth’s surface. At an appropriate time, the pilot releases a ball so that it strikes the target at the earth. The ball will appear to be falling
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Question 89 of 90
89. Question
89.The range of a particle when launched at an angle of 15° with the horizontal is 1.5 km. What is the range of the projectile when launched at an angle of 45° to the horizontal?
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Question 90 of 90
90. Question
90.A ball is projected with velocity V_{0} at an angle of elevation 30°. Mark the correct statement
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