GATE XL Microbiology Mock Test 02 (GATE XL 2018 Exam) GATE XL Model Questions GATE XL Previous Year Papers Welcome to GATE Microbiology (GATE XL Micro Mock Test 02) 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. Which technique cannot be utilized for the detection of micro-deletion on human chromosome number-1? Karyotyping PCR Hybridization Microarray 2. A protein which is to be degraded in the proteasome is tagged with: Formyl-methionine Polyproline Ubiquitin Polyglycine3. Among the following, which activity is absent in bacterial DNA polymerase I 5’→3’ RNA dependent DNA-polymerase activity 5’→3’ Exonuclease activity 3’→5’ DNA dependent DNA-polymerase activity 3’→5’ Exonuclease activity4. The principle for the formation of an image in phase contrast microscopy Use of fluorescent probes Negative staining of object Interference of light waves The change in phase of light passed through specimen5. Bacteria divide by: Fragmentation and binary fission Mitosis and Binary fission Fragmentation alone Binary fission6. Which of following is not coded by MHC Genes? Glycoproteins Components of Complement pathway Antigen-presenting proteins Immunoglobulin7. The vector for the transmission of the disease Kala-azar is: Ades Anopheles Glossina Phlebotomus8. Among the following which molecule has been frequently used in the molecular systematics of animals? Globin Collagen Cytochrome C Insulin 9. Which radioisotope is generally incorporated into thymine for study DNA replication process? 32^P 35^S 3^H 7^N10. Which is least likely to occur for the removal of cancerous cells in our body? Phagocytosis T‐Cell based cytotoxicity Complement fixation Autophagy11. Which technique cannot be utilized for studying response mechanism for both B and T cell immune responses Complement Fixation Cytotoxicity assay Western blotting ELISA‐PLOT12. Leukemia Inhibitory Factor has been utilized in animal stem cell culture for: Promoting morphogenesis Arrest cells at mitosis Inhibiting differentiation Stimulating growth of cell13. During the termination process of translation, the Release Factor – 1 (RF-1) of bacteria recognize which of the following stop codons UGA only UAA only UGA UGA only UAA and UAG14. An oligonucleotide DNA sequence tagged with fluorescent-tag used to identify unknown gene by hybridization is termed as: Probe Reporter gene Ligand cDNA15. Smooth movement of bacteria during the chemotaxis is due to Phosphorylation of Che A Movement of H+ across plasma membrane Phosphorylation of CheY Due to tumblingYou 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 GATE XL Papers 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… Related posts: GATE XL 2018 Life Sciences – Microbiology Mock Test 01 GATE XL Microbiology Mock Test 03 (GATE XL 2018 Exam) GATE XL Biochemistry Free Online Mock Test 01 (GATE 2018 Practice Questions) GATE XL 2018 Life Sciences – Botany Mock Test 01 GATE XL 2018 Life Sciences – Botany Practice Questions (Mock Test 02) GATE XL Botany Model Question Paper 05 Posted in GATE Life Sciences (XL), GATE Microbiology Mock Test, Mock (Practice) Tests and tagged GATE Microbiology, GATE Microbiology Mock Test, GATE XL, Microbiology Mock Test, Microbiology Practice Questions.