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Zoology Ph.D Entrance Examination 2015 Question Paper (Kerala University)


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KERALA UNIVERSITY Ph.D. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION – 2015
FACULTY OF SCIENCES

ZOOLOGY

Time: 140 Minutes                                                  Maximum Marks: 160

Note: Answer any twelve questions from Section B and one question from Section C in the subject concerned. In Section B, each question carries 10 marks. Section C carries 40 marks. In Section B an answer should not exceed 100 words. In Section C, an answer should not exceed 500 words.

SECTION – B

(1). What are biosensors? What is their role in health care management?

(2). Write brief note on food toxicological agents.

(3). Write an account on how backwater tourism activities affect the aquatic ecosystem.

(4). Explain the pros and cons of genetic transplant and GM products.

(5). Describe the steps in cellular protein synthesis.

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Zoology Ph.D Entrance Examination 2009 Question Paper (Kerala University)


Zoology PhD Entrance Papers

KERALA UNIVERSITY Ph.D. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION – 2013
FACULTY OF SCIENCES

ZOOLOGY

Time: 140 Minutes                                                  Maximum Marks: 160

Note: Answer any twelve questions from Section B and one question from Section C in the subject concerned. In Section B, each question carries 10 marks. Section C carries 40 marks. In Section B an answer should not exceed 100 words. In Section C, an answer should not exceed 500 words.

SECTION – B

(1). Give an account on different types of DNA.

(2). What is gluconeogenesis?

(3). What are ecological pyramids?

(4). What is the importance of crossing over?

(5). What are multiple alleles?

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Kerala University Zoology Ph.D Entrance Examination 2009 Question Paper (Download PDF)


Zoology PhD Entrance Papers

KERALA UNIVERSITY Ph.D. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
NOVEMBER – 2009
FACULTY OF SCIENCES

ZOOLOGY

Time: 140 Minutes                                                  Maximum Marks: 160

Note: Answer any twelve questions from Section B and one question from Section C in the subject concerned. In Section B, each question carries 10 marks. Section C carries 40 marks. In Section B an answer should not exceed 100 words. In Section C, an answer should not exceed 500 words.

SECTION – B

(1). Distinguish between holometabolous and hemimetabolous insect.

(2). What is ‘unit membrane’ concept?

(3). Precisely explain cell theory.

(4). Distinguish between niche and habitat.

(5). How are ecological ‘hot spots’ important?

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