||‘Red Ribbon Express’ is a visual and moving medium for –
||Awareness about AIDS
||‘SANRAKSHA’ is –
||AIDS Research and Control Project (Bengaluru)
||‘AVAHAN’ the Indian segment of ‘The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’, is engaged in the prevention of –
||NACO is an organization dealing with –
||‘Mission Indradhanush’ of the Union Government is related to –
||Immunization of children against seven vaccine–preventable diseases
||The mission ‘Indradhanush’ launched by the Government of India is in connection with –
||Immunization of children
||Mission Indradhanush Campaign in India is associated with –
||Vaccination of children
||National Family Health Survey (NFHS)–5 does not include –
||Cholesterol is a –
||Fatty alcohol found in animal fat
||Abnormal level of cholesterol is related to –
||Doctors recommend that we should cook our food in oil rather than in vanaspati ghee because –
||Oil contains unsaturated fats
||Trans fat is generally considered to be bad for human health because it lowers the level of –
||Which vegetable oil is suitable for heart patients?
||Iodine is obtained from –
||A group of archaebacteria is used in the production of –
||An organism involved in the fermentation of toddy is –
||Which yeast is used for commercial production of ethanol?
||A microbe commonly used for alcoholic fermentation in the wine industry is a –
||Biomagnification means –
||Increasing amount of pesticides in the organisms of successive tropic level
||Generally, Orobanche weed is found in –
||Information about local flora can be obtained from –
||In July 2004, where is the world’s largest session of HIV/ AIDS organized in the world?
||1 December, is celebrated every year as –
||World AIDS Day
||Which date is known as ‘Diabetes Day’?
||About whom is said ‘India’s large wild cats’ have recently become extinct?
||Diseases of the inner parts of the human body are diagnosed through –
||Which type is used by Computed Tomography for visualization of the internal structure of the human body?
||Brain diseases are diagnosed by –
||E.E.G. records the activity of –
||E.E.G. is done to record the working of –
||The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is based on the phenomenon of –
||Nuclear magnetic resonance
||MRI is a diagnostic tool, which means –
||Magnetic Resonance Imaging
||BMD test is held for diagnosis of –
||BMD test is performed for –
||What is the full form of the BMD test?
||Bone Mineral Density
||What is lithotripsy?
||Breaking of kidney stone through rays
||Electron beam therapy is a kind of radiation therapy in treat –
||Certain types of cancer
||In living beings, nutrition, respiration, and synthesis are the three major aspects of –
||Another name for artificial silk is –
||Silk fiber, hairs, nails, and claws are made of –
||Bull semen for the purpose of artificial insemination is stored in –
||Kadaknath is a breed of –
||The ‘Rashtriya Gokul Mission’ announced by the Union Government aims at –
||Protecting the indigenous breeds of cows
||The gas used as a mild anesthetic in hospitals is –
||Recently developed technique for monitoring fetal growth is –
||Indian Veterinary Research Institute is located at –
||‘Indian Veterinary Research Institute’ is located at –
||CDRI (India) is located at –
||Survey of India is under the ministry of –
||Science and Technology
||The headquarters of Survey of India is located in –
||ICAR’s Central Institute for Research on goats was established at –
||Where is the High–Security Animal Disease Laboratory located in India?
||The National Institute for the Mentally Handicapped is situated at –
||Where is the National Institute of Virology situated?
||DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics Research Centre is situated at –
||The National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources is located at –
||The world’s first camel hospital is located in which city?
||In which Indian city the first dianosaurium has been opened?
||Headquarters of ‘World Health Organization’ –
||Where was the first Dental College of the country founded?
||What is the average speed of a bee?
||How do the members of a honey–bee hive recognize each other?
||The Nobel Prize for deciphering the language of bees was awarded to –
||Which one is a stimulant?
||A small pouch containing silica gel is often found in bottles of medicine in tablet or powder form because of silica gel –
||For outstanding contribution to which fields in the Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar Prize was given?
||In eye donation, which parts of the donor’s eyes are utilized?
||The first heart transplant was performed by –
||Dr. Christian Bernard
||Who among them had performed the world’s first heart transplant?
||The first human heart transplant was performed in –
||What is Jarvik–7?
||What is the function of a pacemaker?
||It Regulates Heartbeat
||The ‘Pace Maker’ is also known as –
||A man feels unpleasant due to humidity and heat. The reason for this is –
||Sweat does not evaporate due to humidity
||During dehydration, the substance that is usually lost by the body is –
||A dehydrated person should not drink –
||What percentage of alcohol in human blood causes death?
||In which faculty is scientist Evan Pavlov known?
||Normally the pitch of females is –
||More than that of males
||The largest flower in the world is –
||Who discovered that plants and trees also have life?
||In cold storages decomposition of fruits and vegetables –
||Camels use their hump for –
||Storage of fat
||Which animal can not digest fibers properly?
||What does the philatelist do?
||A biojector is –
||A Painless needleless injector
||Who discovered bacteria?
||Jonas Salk is known for the discovery of –
||Which scientist has propounded the ‘erosional cycle’?
||Auxanometer is used –
||To measure the rate of growth
||A person of mixed European and Indian blood in Latin America is called –
||The age of most ancient mountain group is assessed by –
||Carbon dating is used to determine the age of –
||The age of the tree, in years, can be ascertained by –
||The number of its annular rings
||Liver fluke in bile duct remains in –
||Estuaries possess distinct blooms of excessive growth of pigmented dinoflagellates. These blooms are –
||Phytotron is a facility to –
||Grow Plants Under Controlled Conditions
||Polyhouse is used for –
||Angora wool is extracted from –
||Angora wool is obtained from a breed of –
||Some marine animals and insects emit light from their body in the darkness. This phenomenon is known as –
||High–yielding advanced seeds were used in the ‘Green Revolution’, for which the necessary is –
||More fertilizer and more water
||Which was the principal plant used in the Green Revolution?
||‘Dapog’ method of rice nursery was developed in –
||The first dwarf rice variety developed in India was –
||Which component of plants receives stimulus for flowering?
||Insectivorous fish used for mosquito control are –
||The release of which in ponds and wells helps in controlling mosquitoes?
||Active acquired immunity is the result of the production of –
||The first country to impose a ban on the sale of tobacco and its products is –
||Which planets may be suitable for the existence of life?
||Development of the natural systems is described as follows –
||Self–sustained process of the systems
||The knowledge that we gain from school is called –
||Mental activity, that goes on in the brain when a person is processing information, is called –