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The function of the liver is to
A. Promote digestion of food
B. Promote respiration
C. Store glucose as glucogen
D. None of these

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The temperature for pasteurisation of milk is selected so as to
A. Kill the micro-organisms
B. Kill all bacteria
C. Store it for long time without coagulation
D. Kill the micro organisms and other harmful bacteria

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What is the most important factor for the growth of pests in stored grains ?
A. The moisture of grains
B. The temperature of grains
C. The moisture and temperature of grains
D. None of the above

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Age of a tree can be determined
A. By counting the number of rings
B. By thickness of the bark
C. By bulk of the tree
D. By number of leaves

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Which of the following can be said as the “Theory of Darwin”
A. Survival of the fittest and struggle for existence
B. Weak and strong always maintain a fixed proportion
C. Different species do not arise by genetic mutation
D. None of these

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In high mountain regions bleeding through nose occurs because
A. The pressure of the blood capillaries is higher than the outside pressure
B. The pressure at high altitudes is greater than that in the plains
C. The blood pressure increases at high altitudes
D. The blood pressure decreases at high altitudes

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One litre of cold air weighs heavier than the dry air (1 Lit) because of the
A. Increased number of collisions between the molecules
B. Increased number of molecules at low temperature
C. Greater energy of molecules at high temperature
D. Lower energy of molecules at high temperature

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The term ‘Test Tube Baby’ implies
A. Fertilisation of ovum takes place in the test tube but it develops in uterus
B. Fertilisation of ovum takes place in the test tube and develops in the test tube itself
C. Fertilisation of the ovum takes place in the uterus but develops in the test tube
D. Fertilisation takes place in uterus and embryo develops in uterus

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Carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins which are responsible for energy, growth and vitality are obtained respectively from
A. Virus
B. Fungi
C. Bacteria
D. None of these

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Carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins which are responsible for energy, growth
A. Cereals, milk and vegetables
B. Milk, pulses and cereals
C. Milk, pulses and vegetables
D. Pulses, vegetables and cereals

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