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CSIR JRF NET Life Sciences Model Question Paper for June 2017 Exam (Set 1/4)


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CSIR JRF/NET Life Science Exam
June 2017 (I)
Model Question Paper 1/5
(Practice Questions with Answer Key)

(1). Action of topoisomerase leads to changes in

a.       Linking number of single-stranded linear DNA
b.      Lining number of double stranded linear DNA
c.       Linking number of closed circular single stranded DNA
d.      Linking number of closed circular double stranded DNA

(2). Sarcomas are cancers originating from:

a.       Spleen
b.      Lymph node
c.       Skin
d.      Connective tissue

(3). Receptor mediated endocytosis from plasma membrane requires which one of the following coat proteins

a.       Clathri
b.      Adaptin
c.       Arrestin
d.      Glycophorin

(4). Which of the following compound does not acts as ‘second messenger’ during signaling process?

a.       cAMP
b.      Calcium ions
c.       Inositol 3.4.5 triphosphate
d.      Triacylglycerol

(5). Which of the following peptide is not synthesized on ribosome?

a.       Cyclosporin
b.      Somatotropin
c.       Vasopressin
d.      Oxytocin

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DBT BET JRF Exam 2017 Model Questions with Answer Key and Explanations Part 1


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DBT BET JRF Exam, 2017
Model Question Paper with Answer Key and Explanations

(Biology / Life Sciences MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions)

(1).  _____ can serve as an alternative to ethidium bromide to stain DNA for detection on gels

a.       Mitomycin C
b.      Acridine orange
c.       SYBR Green I
d.      Acriflavine

(2). _____ is a sensitive technique to find out the number of template molecules originally present in a PCR reaction.

a.       Hot start PCR
b.      Real time PCR
c.       AP PCR
d.      Reverse Transcriptase PCR

(3).  Using __________ it is possible to generate fluorescence in quantitative PCR reactions

a.       TaqMan probes
b.      Molecular beacons
c.       Scorpion probes
d.      All of the above

(4). For whole genome amplification, creating very long DNA products ________ method can be employed with great success

a.       MDA
b.      PEP
c.       iPEP
d.      DOP

(5).  ________ polymerase has the ability to add ~70,000 nucleotides every time it binds to primer and has a very low error rate.

a.       Taq polymerase
b.      Tli polymerase
c.       Pfu polymerase
d.      Bacteriophage ϕ 29 polymerase

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Lecture notes in Microbiology

MCQ on History of Microbiology (MCQ 05) with Answer Key


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MICROBIOLOGY MCQ-05
(Biology / Life Sciences MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions in Microbiology)

MCQ on Scientists & Discoveries in Microbiology Part 2
(Sample/Model/Practice Questions for NEET, AIPMT, M.Sc. and Medical Entrance Examination)


1. Who discovered Mycobacterium tuberculosis?

a.       Koch
b.      Jenner
c.       Pasteur
d.      Virchow

2. Mycobacterium lepree was discovered by:

a.       Pasteur
b.      Jenner
c.       Koch
d.      Hansen

3. Antibodies were discovered by:

a.       Edelman
b.      Porter
c.       Edelman and Porter
d.      Edelman and Hess

4. Streptococcus pneumonia was discovered by:

a.       Pasteur
b.      Jenner
c.       Koch
d.      Hansen

5. Who discovered Bacillus anthacis?

a.       Koch
b.      Pasteur
c.       Jenner
d.      Hansen

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Lecture notes in Microbiology

MCQ on Scientists and Discoveries in Microbiology with Answer Key (MCQ 04)


Scientists in Microbiology MCQ

MICROBIOLOGY MCQ-04
(Biology / Life Sciences MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions in Microbiology)

MCQ on Scientists & Discoveries in Microbiology Part 1
(Sample/Model/Practice Questions for NEET, AIPMT, M.Sc. and Medical Entrance Examination)


1. Scientist who demonstrated that open tubes of broth remained free of microbes when air was free of dust:

a.       Tyndal
b.      Pasteur
c.       Petri
d.      Francesco Redi

2. Who discovered bacterial transformation?

a.       Jenner
b.      Griffith
c.       Messelson
d.      Tautum

3. Who is known as the father of microbiology?

a.       Rasteur
b.      Koch
c.       Leewenhoek
d.      Robert Hook

4. Who is known as the father of medical microbiology?

a.       Koch
b.      Pasteur
c.       Jenner
d.      Tautum

5. Antiseptic properties were first described by:

a.       Jenner
b.      Pasteur
c.       Lister
d.      Beijernic

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MCQ on Basics of Microbiology with Answer Key and Explanations (Microbiology MCQ03)


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MICROBIOLOGY MCQ-03
(Biology / Life Sciences MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions in Microbiology)

MCQ on Basics of Microbiology Part – 1
(Sample/Model/Practice Questions for NEET, AIPMT, M.Sc. and Medical Entrance Examination)

(1). Virulence of a microorganism can be best described as:

a.       The ability to penetrate into the host tissue
b.      The ability to colonize in the host
c.       The ability to produce a pathological symptom
d.      The ability to utilize the machinery of the host
e.       All of the above

(2). “The feeling of general discomfort” is called as:

a.       Arthritis
b.      Symptom
c.       Malaise
d.      Pain

(3). The utilization of elemental carbon by microbes during bio-geochemical cycle is called:

a.       Dissimilation
b.      Immobilization
c.       Mineralization
d.      Neutralization

(4). The first antibody to contact invading microorganism is:

a.       IgG
b.      IgA
c.       IgM
d.      IgD

(5). Which of the following vector(s) was extensively used in human genome project?

a.       Plasmid vector
b.      Yeast Artificial chromosome
c.       Cosmid vector
d.      (b) and (c)

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