A. fats
B. galactose
C. sucrose
D. glucose
A. white matter
B. grey matter
C. spinal fibers
D. dorsal root ganglion
A. grape sugar
B. malt sugar
C. cane sugar
D. milk sugar
A. excess of alcohol
B. excess of adrenaline
C. excess of salicylic acid
D. excess of toxins like benzoic acid
A. seed
B. fruit
C. funicle
D. ovule
A. Emphysema
B. Chronic bronchitis
C. both of these
D. none of these
A. simpler substances
B. breaking of particles in starch
C. substances diffusible through cell membranes
D. water soluble substances
A. asexual reproduction
B. sexual reproduction
A. liver
B. brain
C. heart
D. stomach
A. xerophytes
B. hydrophytes
D. none of these
A. water pollutants
B. gaseous pollutants
C. all of these
D. human-caused pollution
A. helps plant get rid of excess water
B. is the same as the stomatal transpiration
C. looses lesser water as cuticle is relatively impermeable to water
D. is more common in plants
A. bacteriophages
B. tobacco mosaic virus
C. may cause death
D. influenza virus
A. headaches
B. painful muscles
C. none of these
D. both of these
A. red biotechnology
B. white biotechnology
C. green biotechnology
D. blue biotechnology
A. vitreous humor
B. aqueous humor
C. none of these
D. both of these
A. Louis Pasteur
B. Alexander Fleming
C. Chaim Weizmann
D. Charles Darwin
A. tears are spread over eye
B. dust particles are wiped off
C. all of these
D. dust particles are cleared off
A. 6 days
B. 1 day or less
C. 120 days
D. 60 days
A. cause acidification of soil
B. form acid rain
C. none of these
D. both of these