[Free] MH-SET Life Science online mock Test 1

[Free] MH-SET Life Science online mock Test 1
[Free] MH-SET Life Science online mock Test 1

This Free MH-SET Life Science online mock Test has 50 questions each of 2 marks. This test will provide you with online real-time practice and will boost your confidence for the MH-SET Life Science exam.

[Free] MH-SET Life Science online mock Test 1
[Free] MH-SET Life Science online mock Test 1

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  • There will be 50 questions in each MH-SET Life Science online mock Test 1. This is the 1st Test among all 4 MH-SET Life Science Quiz.
  • Here we have given you less time to complete this test, if you can do these questions in a given time you can able to attend MH-SET Life Science Exam more efficiently and confidently.
  • Don’t Skip MH-SET Life Science online mock Test without answering any question attempt all of them, as it will test not just your knowledge but also your mental toughness there will be few questions in exam for which you haven’t studied but just logically by elimination method, you can solve this kind of questions which will boost your confidence and understanding of exam pattern.
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[Free] MH-SET Life Science online mock Test 1

MH-SET Life Science Test

This MH-SET Life Science Quiz has 50 questions !

1 / 50

Which one of the following insects is used for the biological control of the weed Lantana camara?

2 / 50

In plants and some microorganisms, a metabolic pathway is operated that allows the conversion of acetyl CoA generated from fat stores into glucose.
This of the following is … that pathway.

3 / 50

A living microbe with reduced virulence that is used for vaccination is considered …

4 / 50

Maple syrup disease is caused due to defect in:

5 / 50

Hallmark of Apoptosis is:

6 / 50

What is the purpose of the fluidics system of a flow cytometer?

7 / 50

Cystic fibrosis is caused by a mutation in the gene for a transporter protein, cystic fibrosis trans-membrane conductance regulator (CFTR). CFTR is union channel in the plasma membrane of epithelial cells. Which of the following channels does CFTR belong to?

8 / 50

DNA methylation at CpG island can be detected by:

9 / 50

Free radical content in a sample can be detected using spectroscopic technique ….

10 / 50

Dam methylase show strand discrimination by:

11 / 50

The neuromasts present in the lateral line organ of fish serve as:

12 / 50

During the growth of animal cells in culture it is noticed that the cells do not look very healthy. After an investigation it was found that there is a lot of lactic acid in the culture medium. What is possibly wrong with this culture?

13 / 50

Which animal of the following list is also called as white socks?

14 / 50

Which one of the following group of fishes is considered to be “living fossil”?

15 / 50

The main principle behind Sanger’s method of DNA sequencing.

16 / 50

The limiting factor for productivity in an aquatic ecosystem is:

17 / 50

Tautonyms are not accepted in …

18 / 50

The green fluorescent protein reporter construct transfection can be used to monitor:

19 / 50

The following are some of the characteristic features of enzyme inhibitors. Which of the following
are true with respect to competitive inhibitors?

Select the correct answer from the options given below
it:

(i) Competitive inhibition can be overcome by a sufficiently high concentration of substrate.

(ii) A competitive inhibitor diminishes the rate of
catalysis by reducing the proportion of enzyme molecules bound to a substrate.

(iii) The competitive inhibitor binds only to the enzyme substrate  complex.

(iv) Competitive inhibitor can be used as drugs.

20 / 50

Staphylococcus aureus is one of the important food-borne pathogen responsible for food-poisoning
in India. Which of the following statements is most appropriate regarding this pathogen?

21 / 50

High performance liquid chromatography achieves better purification because of:

22 / 50

The disappearance of tradition division of flowering plants into monocots and dicots is the major outcome of……….. system of classification.

23 / 50

tRNA having an anticodon AAA will interact with one of the following amino acids during protein synthesis.

24 / 50

Half-life of radioactive I131 is 8 days. If you have 200 micromoles of this isotope at one instant, how many micromoles will remain at the end of thirty two days?

25 / 50

A virus that kills its host is said to be:

26 / 50

The genome of which of the following virus obeys Chargaff’s rule?

27 / 50

Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) is not associated with:

28 / 50

In fluorescence microscopy, the function of exciter filter is to remove all colours, but it allows only ……….to pass through.

29 / 50

Cell proliferation is generally measured by:

30 / 50

The main difference between active transport and facilitated diffusion is:

31 / 50

In general which among the following most resistant to ionizations?

32 / 50

Far-UV CD spectra of proteins give information on:

33 / 50

During conjugation, if the F factor attached to the bacterial genome, the donor is called as

34 / 50

The DNA protein ratio in chromatin in general is:

35 / 50

Rapid amplification of cDNA ends (RACE) is used :

36 / 50

Somatic embryos obtained from cotyledonary explant of a diploid plant will be:

37 / 50

In mature coconuts the liquid endosperm becomes milky and …

38 / 50

One nanometer is equal to …

39 / 50

In the lakes the top consumer must be:

40 / 50

Among the following three forms of DNA, which one has deeper major groove?

41 / 50

Which of the following is used to remove excess metal ions from molasses for citric acid production by A. niger

42 / 50

Most commonly used radioisotopes in biology emits …

43 / 50

In family Rutaceae, fruits are mainly:

44 / 50

The percentage of human peripheral blood T cells bearing a gamma delta T cell receptor is …

45 / 50

The amount of energy that must be added to break a bond is exactly equal to the amount that is released upon formation of the bond. Which law of thermodynamics among the following is applicable to this situation?

46 / 50

Which of the following types of protein could be coded by a tumour-suppressor gene?

47 / 50

Thylakoid membranes of chloroplasts are rich in …

48 / 50

Binding of epinephrine to a G protein-linked receptor causes adenyl cyclase to produce large amounts of:

49 / 50

Linnaeus gave a system of nomenclature called as …

50 / 50

cDNA is used to express mammalian proteins in bacteria rather than genomic DNA. Which one of the
following is the best explanation?

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The average score is 46%

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