ICMR JRF Mock Test 01 (Life Sciences) Free Online Practice Questions Welcome to ICMR JRF Mock Test (ICMR JRF Mock Test 01) This Mock Test consists of 15 questions in MCQ format. At the end of the mock test, you have to click on the 'SUBMIT' button to see your Score and the Correct Answers. Please click on the 'NEXT' button to Start the Mock Test... 1) Among the following which is a terpene? Chlorophyll Lycopene Carotene Xanthophyll2) Statoliths are present in which cells of the root? Cells in the zone of elongation Cells in the root cap Cells in the quiescent cells Cells in the apical meristem of root3) A protective mechanism in which the organisms have color which blend with the surrounding is termed as: Aposematic coloration Mimicry Blending Camouflaging4) Which of the following is not a core angiosperm Chloranthales Ceratophyllales Magnoliidae Amborellales5) Which of the following is the most complex secretory system in bacteria? Type III Type I Type II Type IV6) Unique character of the family Caryophylaceae is the presence of: Glycosides Betalins Terpenes Alkaloids7) The family Dipterocarpacae occurs in Semi‐arid forest Temperate deciduous forests Tropical rain forest Tropical deciduous forest8) Which of the following molecule can be utilized for establishing early evolutionary relationships? Mitochondrial DNA Nuclear DNA Ribosomal RNA Chloroplast DNA9) Bending of coleoptiles tip of oat towards the source of unilateral light of wavelength 454 nm is due to Synthesis of auxin in shaded area Degradation of auxin in the light area Polar transport of auxin Lateral distribution of auxin toward shaded area10) A cell organelle that contain pro-lamellar bodies (an aggregations of semi-crystalline lattices of branched tubules) that carry the precursor pigments for chlorophyll are called: Leucoplast Phragmoplast Chromoplast Etioplast11) Phenetic classification is based on Genetic relationship Over all similarity of morphological characters Phylogenetic relationship Anatomical and embryological characters12) Type III secretory system is present in: Some Gram negative and all Gram positive bacteria Some Gram negative bacteria Some Gram positive bacteria Some Gram positive and all Gram negative bacteria13) According to the polymer trap hypothesis small sugars such as sucrose are converted to raffinose and other larger oligosaccharides before being loaded into the phloem. Major site of raffinose synthesis is: Intermediary cells Sieve tube Transfer cells Companion cells14) Statoliths are: Starch-filled pyrenoid analogues in higher plants Protein-filed organelles in the embryo-sac Protein-filled organelles in aneurone layer of seeds Starch-filled amyloplastic organelles in root15) If plant with genotype AaBb is self-pollinated, where the A and B are not linked, then the probability of getting AABB genotype will be ½ 1/16 1/8 ¼ You have reached at the End of this Mock Test. Please Click 'SUBMIT' button to see your Score and the Correct Answers... More Online Mock Tests… Please follow the links below… GATE XL Bioche.GATE XL Micro.GATE XL BotanyGATE XL ZoologyGATE XL Food Tec.GATE EY EcologyCSIR JRF NETICMR JRFDBT BET JRFGATE - BTIIT JAM - BTIIT JAM - BLGS - BiologySET - BotanySET - ZoologyNEET Get our Updates on ICMR JRF in your E-mail Inbox We will not spam your account… Enter your e-mail address Don’t forget to Activate your Subscription…. Please See Your E-Mail… Browse more in Easy Biology Class… Lecture NotesBiology PPTVideo TutorialsBiology MCQQuestion BankDifference betweenPractical AidsMock Tests (MCQ)Biology Exams If you like this post, Please COMMENT . . . . (below ↓) Please Share with your Friends, Relatives, Students and Colleagues… No related posts. Posted in CSIR / ICMR / DBT / ICAR, ICMR JRF Mock Test, ICMR JRF Model Questions, Mock (Practice) Tests and tagged ICMR JRF Life Sciences, icmr jrf mock test, ICMR JRF Mock Test 01, ICMR JRF Model Questions.