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1) Ox-bow lakes are formed when river is ______.
(a) Fast moving
(b) At steep slope
(c) At very low gradient
(d) At near point of origin
2) In which country Cape Comorin is located?
(c) South Africa
(d) South America
3) Which among the following is a green house gas?
II) Carbon dioxide
III) Nitrogen dioxide
(a) I and II
(b) I and III
(c) II and III
(d) All options are correct.
4) Which of the following cell organelle is present only in plant cell?
(b) Cell wall
(c) Cell membrane
5) Which of the following is a vestigial organ in human body?
(a) Wisdom teeth
(d) Gall bladder
6) Which of the following enzyme is essential for clotting of blood?
7) Which of the following is a genetic disease?
(a) Down syndrome
(d) Night blindness
8) Onion is an example of bulb, which is a modified ______.
9) Which of the following gives colour to human skin?
10) A flying jet possesses ______.
(a) Potential energy
(b) Kinetic energy
(c) Wind energy
(d) Both kinetic and potential energy
1) Answer: C
An oxbow is a crescent-shaped lake lying alongside a winding river. The oxbow lake is created over time as erosion and deposits of soil change the river’s course.
2) Answer: A
Cape Comorin, rocky headland on the Indian Ocean in Tamil Nadu state, southeastern India, forming the southernmost point of the subcontinent. It is the southern tip of the Cardamom Hills, an extension of the Western Ghats range along the west coast of India.
3) Answer: A
A greenhouse gas (often abbreviated as GHG) is a gas that both absorbs and emits radiation in the infrared range, commonly called thermal radiation or heat. The primary greenhouse gases in Earth’s atmosphere are water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone.
4) Answer: B
plant cells also have features that animal cells do not have: a cell wall.
5) Answer: A
Vestigial organs are basically smaller in size and have either lost their function.Wisdom teeth is a vestigial organ in the human body.
6) Answer: B
Sol. The fibrin threads form a mesh that traps platelets, blood cells, and plasma. Within minutes, the fibrin meshwork begins to contract Blood-clotting proteins generate thrombin, an enzyme that converts fibrinogen to fibrin, and a reaction that leads to the formation of a fibrin clot.
7) Answer: A
Down syndrome is a genetic disorder and the most common autosomal chromosome abnormality in humans, where extra genetic material from chromosome 21 is transferred to a newly formed embryo.
8) Answer: A
The bulb of an onion is a modified underground stem, and the layers of the onion modified leaves which store energy for the plant so it can survive the winter.
9) Answer: C
Our skin color is determined by a pigment called melanin, and while everyone has melanin (both fair and dark-skinned people), it comes in different forms and ratios. The two forms of melanin are called eumelanin and pheomelanin.
10) Answer: D
The areoplane has both kinetic energy and potential energy.when it is in flight it will fly above the ground so it is displaced by certain distance and hence it posses potential energy as it is in motion it posses kinetic energy.
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