NET Life Sciences June 2018 Model Question Paper 19 NET Life Sciences Old Papers NET Life Sciences Mock Test Welcome to Life Sciences CSIR Mock Test 19 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. A pathogen is capable of transovarial transmission in its vector. During evolution host will become: Cannot be predicted Kill pathogen Resistant Susceptible2. Natural selection is primary based on fitness which is dependent on maximum number of offspring laid for next generation but at present a new concept is added where organism help in reproduction of relative to increase the overall fitness. This concept is termed as: Kin selection Relative fitness Inclusive fitness Evolutionary fitness3. Goucher disease where glucocerebroside are not degraded is related to: Peroxisomes Lysosomes Mitochondria Golgi4. The bacteria propel with the help of: Flagella made of protein flagellin Myosin Actin like Mre-B proteins Cytoskeleton5. Blood vessel A has thick wall, narrow lumen and no valves while blood vessel B has thin wall, wide lumen and have valves. Here A and B are: A is vein and B is capillary A is artery and B is vein A is capillary and B is artery A is vein and B is artery6. Photoperiodic stimulus from leaves to shoot apical meristem is transported through: Plasmodesmata Apoplast Phloem Xylem7. The polar head group in membrane cholesterol is due to: Carboxylic group Hydroxyl group Long alkyl chain Benzene ring8. Primary carnivores consume 40% production of the herbivore and assimilate 70% of energy. What percentage of energy these carnivores assimilate from the energy available from herbivores? 28 30 10 409. The adaptation related to high altitude is: Decrease affinity for oxygen by hemoglobin Decrease in RBC count Increase affinity for oxygen by hemoglobin Increase in RBC count10. Consider that two populations are growing exponentially with initial difference in growth rate of 10%. After 10 generation the difference between population size would be: 2:1 10:1 4:1 1:111. Among the following, critically endangered plant species is: Cupressus cashmeriana Terminalia arjuna Saraca indica Dipterocarpus nilgirinsesis12. Which of the following statement is NOT correct for vitamin D? It is water soluble vitamin It helps in bone resorption I help in bone formation It is produced by skin in presence of UV light13. Frequency of blood group O in population is 25%. Remaining individuals of population have equal number of blood group A and B. What would be the ratio of allelic frequency between blood group O, A and B 1:1:2 1:1:1 2:1:1 3:3:114. Which statement is NOT true regarding the genetic drift as an evolutionary force: Reproductive variance Change in allele frequency Small population size Effective population size15. The genes for improving rice cultivars have been taken from the Indian rice variety ______. O. indica O. nivara O. sativa O. rhyzaeYou 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… CSIR JRF NETICMR JRFDBT BET JRFGATE - BTGATE XL Bioche.GATE XL Micro.GATE XL BotanyGATE XL ZoologyGATE XL Food Tec.GATE EY EcologyIIT JAM - BTIIT JAM - BLGS - BiologySET - BotanySET - ZoologyNEET Get our Updates on CSIR NET Life Sciences 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, CSIR NET Mock Test, CSIR NET Model Questions, Mock (Practice) Tests and tagged CSIR JRF NET June 2018, NET Life Sciences Mock Test, NET Life Sciences Model Questions, NET Life Sciences Practice Questions.