KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz 2

KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz 2
Karnataka SET Life Science Exam

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KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz 2
Karnataka SET Life Science Exam

There will be 20 questions in each KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz 2. This is the 1st quiz among all 5 KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz.

You will get 20 minutes to answer 20 questions. In KARNATAKA SET Life Science Exam 2021 you will get 100 questions for 120 minutes (2hrs).

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 KARNATAKA SET Life Science Exam more efficiently and confidently.

Don’t Skip KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz 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.

Last but not the least, attempt KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz 1 with full attention without multitasking and any distraction. (If you can’t do it now then don’t attempt it Now, complete your work and then come back, believe me, this KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz won’t go anywhere).

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KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz 1

KARNATAKA SET Life Science Quiz 2

1 / 20

The classical four wings mutant fly

Drosophila melanagaster resulted


2 / 20

The Maturation Promoting Factor (MPF) of cell cycle is …

3 / 20

RNA editing is post transcriptional modification that includes addition, deletion or replacement of nucleotides in the mature RNA. Which of the following molecules play a role in mediating this process?

4 / 20

What would be the phenotype of Drosophila, when the X chromosomal :Autosomal set ratio (X : A ratio) is 0.67 ?

5 / 20

Historically which was the first genetically modified plant for antibiotic resistance and was produced in 1982 ?

6 / 20

During maturation of B cells, the immunoglobulin gene rearrangements occur due to :

7 / 20

High yielding and photosynthetically efficient plants are usually …

8 / 20

Cancer arising from epithelial cells is called …

9 / 20

Pollinating insects and flowering plants depend on each other. The evolution of these two is explained on the basis of …

10 / 20

  • Ground feeding squirrels have one squirrel to stand as a sentinel (guard) to give alarm call if any predator is sighted. This action would put the life of the sentinel at risk. Yet the squirrels do it. This is explained on the basis of …

11 / 20

Yeast is an …

12 / 20

Which of the following phylum has metameric segmentations ?

13 / 20

In the DNA replication experiments by Okazaki although he interpreted its results to support semi discontinuous synthesis of DNA, there were objections to this interpretation. Which of the objections was valid requiring further experimentation?

14 / 20

Late blight of potato is caused by:

15 / 20

Kohler and Milstein are associated with one of the following technique:

16 / 20

Frankenstein foods are the products …

17 / 20

Which one of the following statements is INCORRECT to define “Mutation” ?

18 / 20

Which of the following method can be used to enumerate the deer population in a forest ?

19 / 20

Which of the following cloning vectors can be used to clone 3 kb and 300 kb DNA fragments ? Choose the correct order and vectors.

20 / 20

A dense bacterial population caught in a tangled web of fibers sticking to a surface describes

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Sachin Chavan is working as a Senior Research Scholar with CSIR NET JRF (AIR 21), GATE, MH-SET. The Author is an Online Content Writer and Founder of Sachin's Biology and biologywala.com.The author has accomplished a master's in Botany with a specialization in Angiosperm Taxonomy. He is pursuing Ph. D. in Angiosperm Taxonomy and GIS.

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