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Showing posts with label Quiz on Diseases and Disorders. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Quiz on Diseases and Disorders. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

The liquid used to preserve specimens of plans and animals is Formalin


1. The liquid used to preserve specimens of plans and animals is Formalin
2. The metal used in storage batteries is Lead
3. The molecular formula of cane sugar is C12H22O11
4. The most serious environmental pollution from a nuclear reactor is: Thermal pollution
5. The principal metal used in manufacturing steel is Iron
6. The response of a plant to heat is called Thermotropism
7. The response of a plant to touch is called Trigmotropism
8. The role of heredity was demonstrated by Mendel
9. The science of organic forms and structures is known as Morphology
10. The scientific name for blood platelets is Thrombocytes
11. The scientist who developed the Quantum theory was Max Plonck
12. The smallest flowering plant is Worffia
13. The study of antiquities is known as Archaeology
14. The study of bacteria is known as Bacteriology
15. The study of grasses is known as Agrostology
16. The study of heavenly bodies is called Astronomy
17. The study of poisons is called: Toxicology
18. The study of sound is called Acoustics
19. The study of the duration of life is known as Chronobiology
20. The study of tissues is called Histology

What is E300?


1. Which human activity uses the most water? Irrigation 70 per cent of all water is used for irrigation. 
2. Water on the earth exists in all three states of matter______. solid, liquid, and gas
3. What are the only places that dogs have sweat glands? Nose and paws
4. What are the two main components of our environment?  Biotic and abiotic factors
5. What do we call a person who cannot tell the difference between colors? Color blind
6. What gas are the bubbles in Champagne? CO2
7. What grain is beer usually made from? Barley a plant grown for its grain that is used for making food, beer and WHISKY
8. What household heating fuel also powers jet planes? Kerosene
9. What is another name for the Paleolithic Age? The stone age
10. What is cork made from? The bark of a cork oak tree
11. What is E300? Vitamin C
12. What is red wine supposed to protect you from? Heart disease
13. What is the better known name for the deadly poison prussic acid? Cyanide or hydrogen cyanide
14. What is the chemical name for vinegar? Acetic acid
15. What is the common name for NaCl? Salt
16. What is the difference between sweet and dry wines? Sugar content
17. What is the essential ingredient of Mead? Honey
18. What is the fastest living thing on two legs? An ostrich
19. What is the favorite food of a giant panda? Bamboo shoots
20. What is the main ingredient of Alka Seltzer? Sodium Bicarbonate

The symbol He stands for Helium


1. The symbol He stands for Helium
2. The symbol Md stands for Mendelevium
3. The symbol of gold is Au
4. The symbol of silicon is Si
5. The symbol of silver is Ag
6. The symbol of sodium is Na
7. The symbol of Sr stands for Strontium
8. The symbol of titanium is Ti
9. The symbol Rb stands for Rubidium
10. The symbol Zn stands for Zinc
11. The symbol Zr stands for Zirconium
12. The three states of matter are Solid,liquid and gas
13. The two colours seen at the extreme ends of the pH chart are Red & Blue 
14. The unit of loudness is Phon
15. The unit of power is Watt
16. Thermostat is an instrument used for regulating Constant temperature
17. Toxicology is the study of Poisons
18. Unlike most other fish, sharks have no: Bones
19. Virology is the study of Viruses
20. Why food articles are mostly packed in alluminium foil? To avoid rancidity

21. The basic building blocks of proteins are Amino acids
22. The biggest plant seed is Cocodemer
23. The botanical name for brinjal is Solanum melongenal
24. The botanical name for onion is Allium Cepa
25. The botanical name for rice is Oryza Sativa
26. The botanical name of tea is Camellia Sinensis
27. The botanical name of the cotton plant is Gossipium Hirsutum
28. The chemical formula of chloroform is CHcl3
29. The chemical formula of common salt is Nacl
30. The chemical formula of lime soda is CaCO3
31. The chemical formula of sodium bicarbonate is NaHCO3
32. The chemical formula of washing soda is Na2CO3, IOH2O
33. The chemical name of baking powder is Sodium bicarbonate
34. The chemical name of bleaching powder is Calcium hypochlorite
35. The chemical name of Chloroform is Trichloromethane
36. The formula C6H5OH stands for Phenol
37. The formula CHCI3 stands for Trichloromethane
38. The formula H2O2 stands for Hydrogen peroxide
39. The formula H2SO4 stands for Sulphuric Acid
40. The formula HCL stands for Hydrochloric Acid

What is the name for steel alloyed with chromium


1.What is the most common chemical element in the universe? Hydrogen is a colourless gas that is the lightest of all the elements. It combines with OXYGEN to form water.
2.What is the name for steel alloyed with chromium? Stainless steel
3. What is the name of the first atomic-powered submarine? Nautilus
4. What is the name of the hormone that controls blood sugar level? Insulin
a chemical substance produced in the body that controls the amount of sugar absorbed by the blood
5. What is the name of the hot rock that is in the center of the earth? Magma
very hot liquid rock found below the earth’s surface
6. What is the name of the whale that has a long protruding tusk? Narwhal
7. What is the name we give to the black salted fish eggs of a sturgeon fish? Caviar the eggs of some types of fish, especially the STURGEON, that are preserved using salt and eaten as a very special and expensive type of food
8. What is the PH of water? Seven
9. What is the rest mass of a photon? Zero
10. What is tonic water flavoured with? Quinine
11. What land mammal holds the record for the greatest age? Man
12. What name is given to the hard white material of elephant’s tusks? Ivory A hard yellowish-white substance like bone that forms the TUSKS  (long teeth) of elephants and some other animals
13. What poisonous alkaloid is extracted from tobacco leaves and widely used as an insecticide (a chemical used for killing insects)? Nicotine
14. What state in the United States has the most nuclear power plants? Illinois
15. What vegetable gives green pasta its color? Spinach
16. What yellow metal is an alloy of copper and zinc? Brass
17. Where do peanuts grow? Underground
18. Where does the alcohol in wine come from? Yeast a FUNGUS used in making beer and wine, or to make bread rise
19. Where is alcohol destroyed in the body? The liver
20. Where does groundwater come from? Rainfall and melting snow

How much urine does the average person produce in a typical day? 1.5 - 2 litres


1.How much urine does the average person produce in a typical day? 1.5 - 2 litres
2. How much of the world's water is suitable for human use? 0.25 per cent
3. Ichtyology is the study of Fishes
4. Indian Institute of Horticultural Research is located at Bangalore
5. Which chemical weapon used in Vietnam was first discovered in animal urine? Phosphorous
6. Which country was the first to make fireworks? China
7. Which group of animals don't urinate? Fish
8. Which plant makes Aspirin? White Willow
9. Which sea is the saltiest natural lake and is also at the lowest elevation on the face of the earth? The Dead Sea
10. Logarithms were devised by John Napier
11. Manganese was discovered by Gahn
12. Mechanics is the study of Forces acting on bodies
13. Michael Faraday worked as an assistant under another scientist whose name was Sir Humphry Davy
14. Name the famous mathematician/physicist who was born in the year Galileo died.Newton
15. Name the process of large energy production in the Sun? Nuclear fusion 
16. Name the three common gases found in farts CH4 (methane);  H2S (hydrogen sulphide);  NH3 (ammonia)
17. Name two poor conductors of heat. Lead and Mercury
18. Name two tissues that provide control and coordination in multicellular animals Nervous and muscular tissues. 
19. National Science Centre is located at New Delhi
20. Nickel was discovered by Cronstledt

21.Oology is the study of Birds eggs
22. Ornithology is the study of Birds
23. Osteology is the study of Bones
24. Paleontology is the study of Fossils
25. Penicillin is obtained from Mould
26. Phycology is the study of Algae
27. Plant that eat insects are called Insectivorous plants
28. Plants get their nitrogen from: Soil
29. Plants that flower only once in their lifetime are called Mono carpic
30. Psychology is the study of Human mind
21. Sodium carbonate is commonly called Washing Soda
32. Sodium chloride is commonly known as Common Salt
33. Space Applications Centre is located at Ahmedabad
34. Spectroscopy is the study of Anders John Angstrom
35. Statics is the study of Forces acting on bodies at rest
36. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research was established in 1945
37. The ______stage of the butterfly is the last stage when the butterfly has wings and can fly.adult
38. The acid used in a car battery is Sulphuric acid
39. The Atomic Energy Commission was set up in August 1948
30. The atomic number of oxygen is Eight

Bi stands for Bismuth

1.A compound which contains only hydrogen and Carbon is called a Hydrocarbon
2. A deviation of light passing from one medium to another is known as Refraction
3. A fungus which can only survive on other living organisms is called Obligate Parasite
4. A machine used for converting mechanical energy into electrical energy is called a Generator Inverter
5. A plant adapted for growth in water is called a Hydrophyte
6. A plant adapted to live in dry places is called a Xerophyte
7. A plant which lives in the dark is called Scotophyte
8. A tangent galvanometer is used to study the Strength of direct current
9. A thermocouple is used to measure Temperature
10. Al stands for Aluminium
11. An altimeter is used for measuring Altitude the height above sea level
12.An ammeter is used to measure Electric current
13. An apparatus for generation of atomic energy is called a Reactor
14. An Electroscope is used to Detect charges on a body
15. Where does groundwater flow when it comes out of the ground? Lakes, rivers, and streams
16. Atomic Energy Commission is located at Mumbai
17. Auriscope is used to detect Ear disorders
18. Bhaskara I was a famous Astronomer
19. Bi stands for Bismuth
20. Biomass energy is formed through Photosynthesis
21.Botany is the study of Plant life
22. Calcium oxide is commonly known as Quick lime
23. Calcium sulphate is commonly called Plaster of Paris
24. Calorimeter is used to measure Quantity of heat
25. Central Tobacco Research Institute is located at Rajahmundry
26. Cloves, used as a spice, are derived from which of the plant parts Flower buds
27. Crescograph is used to measure the Rate of growth of a plant
28. Which chemical element has the symbol Au? Gold
29. Dactylography is the study of Finger Prints
30. Dynamics is the study of Movements of bodies
31. Entomology is the study of Insects
32. From which areas of space can there be no escape? black holes
33. Fruits that are formed without fertilization are called Parthenocarpic
34. Galileo's first scientific discovery was Pendulum
35. Gd stands for Gadolinium
36. Ground water runs in underground rivers. Trye/False
37.Herpetology is the study of Reptiles
38. How many moons does Mars have? Two
39. How many time zones are there on Earth? Four
40. How many units of alcohol in a glass of wine? One

A Quiz on Diseases and Disorders,


Each Questance Answer already is bolded
1.The state of social dysfunction is known as _____.Sickness
2.The state of physiological or psychological dysfunction is known as _____.Disease
3.Germ theory of diseases was postulated by _____.Louis Pasteur
4.The web of disease causation model was suggested by MacMahon and Pugh in their book _____.
Epidemiologic Principles and methods
5.The causative factors of disease may be classified as Agent, Host and Environment
6.Ringworm is caused by _____.Fungus
7.Chikunguniya is caused by Virus
8.Name five diseases caused by viruses _____.common cold, poliomyelitis, chicken pox, chikunguniya, rabies, influenza, measles, yellow fever, aids
9.Tobacco contains hazardous chemical _____.
 10. Name five diseases caused by Bacteria _____.
cholera, typhoid, leprosy, tetanus, plague, whooping cough, tuberculosis
11.Name three diseases caused by Protozoa _____.malaria, Kala azar, Amoebic dysentery
12.Name a disease caused by Metazoa _______.elephantiasis, ascarisis
13.A disease caused by fungus is ______.ringworm
14.Insufficiency of insulin causes _____.
15.A disease caused by Ricketssis is typhus fever
16. Name few diseases caused by neutrient deficiency Malnutrition, night blindness, rickets, beriberi, pellagra, goitre, scurvy, anaemia
17. Urea is a causative factor of which disease?Uremia
18. Serum billirubin is a causative factor of which disease?Jaundice
19.Ketone is a causative factor of which disease?Ketosis
20.Uric acid is a causative factor of which disease?Gout
21.Calcium carbonate is a causative factor of which disease?Kidney stone
22.Diabetes, Hypothyroidism and obesity are more common in women than in men. True/False
23.Lung cancer and coronary heart disease are less frequent in women. True/False
24.Name few diseases which are not firmly identified Mental illness, cancer, peptic ulcer, coronary heart disease
25.Due to uncontrolled division of cells, _____ is formed.tumor
26.The harmless tumour is called ______ tumor.benign
27.The harmful tumour is known as _____ tumour. malignant
28.Tobaco contains hazardous chemical _____.Nicotine
29.What are the ill effect of smoking?chronic bronchitis, lung cancer, mouth cancer, larynx, oesophagus, pancreas, bladder, coronary heart diseases
30.Tobacco smoke contains which chemical compounds.pyridine, ammonia, aldehyde, furfurol, carbon monoxide, nicotine, sulphur dioxide
31.Excessive intake of alcohol causes cancer of _____.liver and oesophagus
32.High fat diet may lead to _____ cancer breast
33.Tight wearing of cloths may cause _____ cancer skin
34.The genes which are capable of causing cancer are known as ______.oncogenes
35.______ % of human cancers are caused by environmental factors 80
36.Leprosy is caused by a rod-like bacterium called _____.Mycobacterium leprae
37.Leprosy bacterium was discovered by Dr. Armaur Hansen.
38.Leprosy affects the ______ nerves.peripheral
39.What is the first stage of leprosy. small patch with less sensation
40.Which medicines are used to treat Leprosy? Rifampicin, Chlophazimine, Dapsone, Ethionomide, Protionamide, Chalmogra oil etc.
41.The 'National leprosy Eradication Programme' is in operation in India since _____.1983
42.Malaria is caused by _____.Plasmodium vivax
43.Malaria is treated with Chloroquanine, Primaquine, Meparine, Paludrine and Quinine
44.The mode of transmission of malaria virus is Biting of female anopheles mosquito carrying plasmodium vivax
45. Hepatitis is the diseased condition of which part of our body.Liver
46.Hepatitis is caused by which virus?Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C
47.Hepatitis A virus infection occurs through contaminated water or food.
48.Hepatitis A virus is characterized by fever, chilling, headache, weakness, fatigue, vomiting, dark yellow urine, jaundice etc.
49. AIDS was first reported by Central Disease Control Unit in USA in 1981
50. What are the major signs of AIDS
heavy weight loss (10%), chronic diarrhoea for longer than one month, prolonged fever for longer than one month
51.What is the mode of transmission of HIV?
blood transfusion, shared needles and syringes, tattooing(to mark sb’s skin with a tattoo), from mother to baby and sexual contact.

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