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CSIR JRF NET Life Sciences December 2015 Examination Model Question Paper with Answer Key and Explanations Part 02 (Biology MCQ 017)


Biology MCQ 017


NET December 2015 Model Question

(1). Arabidopsis and rice have diploid chromosome number of 10 and 24, respectively. Assuming no crossing over taking place, genetic variation among F2 individuals in a genetic cross is likely to be:

a. Same in both species but not zero
b. More in Arabidopsis
c. More in rice
d. Zero in both the species

(2). In tryptophan operon, tryptophan acts as:

a. Repressor
b. Activator
c. Co-repressor
d. Co-activator

(3). Which of the following statement is CORRECT?

a. Plants adapted to cold environment have higher ratio of ‘unsaturated to saturated’ fatty acids in their membrane compared to those adapted to hot environment
b. Plants adapted to cold environment have lower ratio of ‘unsaturated to saturated’ fatty acids in their membrane compared to those adapted to hot environment
c. Plants adapted to cold environment have same ratio of ‘unsaturated to saturated fatty acids in their membrane compared to those adapted to hot environment
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CSIR JRF NET December 2015 Examination: Life Sciences Model Question Paper with Answer Key and Explanations Part 01 (Biology MCQ 016)


Biology MCQ 016


CSIR NET JRF Life Sciences Free Online Coaching and Model Online Questions

(1). A electron microscope has higher resolution as compared to the light microscope. This is because:

a. The wavelength of an electron is longer than the wavelength of light
b. The wavelength of an electron is shorter than the wavelength of light
c. The electrons can penetrate the sample better
d. They use different stains

(2). Nucleolus is involved in the synthesis of:

a. rRNA
b. tRNA
c. DNA
d. mRNA

(3). When changes in the phenotype or gene expression occur without changes in the underlying DNA sequence, the phenomenon is called:

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CSIR NET June 2015 Results Announced / Published (CSIR UGC JRF NET Life Sciences)


CSIR JRF NET June 2015 Results Announced


Free Net Life Science Study MaterialsThe results of CSIR UGC JRF NET Results of June 2015 Examination Published (held on 21/06/2015)

You can check your results here (JOINT CSIR-UGC TEST FOR JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP (JRF) AND ELIGIBILITY FOR LECTURESHIP NET HELD ON 21-06-2015)

A total of approximately 830 JRFs and 950 NETs in Life Sciences category were included this time..

Congratulation to those who qualified the examination…

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Botany Project Fellow Recruitment (32 Posts) At JNTBTRI, Palode, Trivandrum, Notification, 2015

 


Big Opening for M.Sc Botany Candidates at JNTBGRI


JNTBGRI Botany project fellow vacancy notification

Notification for the Walk in interviews for the selection of Project fellow positions at Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanical Garden and Research Institute (JNTBGRI), Palode, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala for the selection of Junior Research Fellows in Botany, Biotechnology, Microbiology etc.

Details of Project, Position available, Number of Vacancy and Desirable and Essential Qualifications


Project Fellow Vacancy in in Botany:


(1). Project code:  P 107

Project: Study of parasitic fungal taxa associated in the sacred groves of Kerala (Kasaragod district)

Position: Junior Research Fellow (1 Vacancy)

Qualification: First class M.Sc. in Botany/Microbiology Knowledge in computer

(2). Project code:  P 108

Project: Digitizing of JNTBGRI herbarium specimens

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