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Vellore CMC Medical Entrance Biology Practice Test

This practice test is designed to equip  you in familiarising with the question pattern. Questions are taken from various previous medical exam papers.
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Vellore CMC Medical Entrance Biology Practice Test
medical entrance questions

1. Casparian strip is made up of
lignin
pectin
suberin
cellulose
starch
2. DNA duplication takes place during
cell division phase
entire interphase
only G1 phase
only G2 phase
only in S phase
3. The transition zone between two communities known as
ecotone
keystone
edge effect
edge species
critical link species
4. The number of NADPH molecules that are used during the conversion of carbon dioxide into one molecule of glucose are
2
4
6
8
12
5. How many female flowers occur in a Cyathium?
one
two
three
four
many
6. The stomata in CAM plants open during
day
night
day and night
always open
always closed
7. Phenylketonuria is a genetic disorder of
trisomic condition
monosomic condition
autosomal dominant gene
autosomal recessive gene
X linked
8. Hypothalamus does not control
hunger and satiety
osmoregulation
thermoregulation
creative thinking and consciousness
ibido
9. Reproductive isolation means
inability to inbred
breed in isolation
breeding in a species
ability to interbreed
none of the above
10. Okazaki fragment are joined in a correct sequence by
DNA polymerase
Dna ligase
helicase
primase
RNA polymerase
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  1. Very useful for testing our preparations.............

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