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8001. Which of the following abnormality, resulted from the inheritance of an unbalanced complement of chromosomes can be diagnosed through karotyping?

8002. In animal cell culture, particularly mammalian cell culture, transformation means

8003. How does CO2 help in the cell metabolism during cell culture?

8004. Which of the following is not the explantation technique?

8005. Cells which have undergone transformation frequently become

8006. Range of optimum glucose concentration present in the culture media is

8007. The technique of organ culture may be divided on the basis of employing

8008. At low glucose concentration, below 0.25 mmol/litre, large portions of glucose and glutamine is shunted via

8009. An established cell line can be called where it has been subcultured at least

8010. Specific oxygen consumption rates for mammalian cells are in the range of (where n and p represents to nano and pico respectively)

8011. Which of the following is not a source of energy in active muscle cells?

8012. Sometimes cell lines can be cultured for such a long time that they apparently develop the potential to be subcultured indefinitely in vitro. Such cells lines are called

8013. Higher dissolved oxygen concentration in the culture media are toxic and lead to

8014. Which of the following is the technique used for the embryo culture?

8015. The major problem associated with the isolation of free cells and cell aggregates from organs is that of

8016. For culturing, plasma from the adult chicken is preferred to mammalian plasma because

8017. Toxicity due to accumulation of ammonia can be overcome

8018. Range of osmolarity tolerated/accepted in mOsm/Kg of H2O by mammalian cells is

8019. Disaggregating of cells can be achieved by

8020. Accumulation of lactate leads to

8021. The person who is said to be the “Iron man” of India is:

8022. സിംല കരാർ ഒപ്പുവെച്ച വർഷമേത് ? [Simla karaar oppuveccha varshamethu ?]

8023. ബേബി ഫ്രണ്ട് ‌ ലി സ്റ്റേറ്റ് എന്നറിയപ്പെടുന്ന ഇന്ത്യന് ‍ സംസ്ഥാനം ? [Bebi phrandu li sttettu ennariyappedunna inthyanu ‍ samsthaanam ?]

8024. Granary of Kerala:

8025. Mark is the currency of:

8026. At acidic pH, penicillin remains in

8027. Chlorotetracyclin is soluble in

8028. Penicillin is produced by

8029. Penicillin is recovered after fermentation as

8030. Media composition for the production of streptomycin is

8031. Which of the following organism(s) produce(s) tetracycline?

8032. Media used for the production of chlorotetracyclin consists of

8033. Which of the following precursor is added in the medium to get penicillin G?

8034. High yield of chlorotetracyclin requires

8035. Streptomycin is produced by

8036. Which of the following event occurs during second phase of growth of P. chrysogenum?

8037. Inoculum preparation for the fermentation medium for penicillin takes place on

8038. Antibiotics are typically produced in fed batch reactors because

8039. Which of the following event occurs during third phase of growth of P chrysogenum?

8040. Vegetable oil, (corn oil or soybean oil) added in the fermentation medium for penicillin, act as

8041. Which of the following changes occur during first phase of growth of Penicillium chrysogenum?

8042. The yield of the antibiotic depends upon

8043. During which phase of growth of Penicillium chrysogenum maximum antibiotic production takes place

8044. Fermentation medium for oxytetracyclin (terramycin) consist of

8045. pH of the fermentation medium for chlorotetracyclins is

8046. At normal pH, penicillin remains in

8047. The name given to a disease of the eye, caused by increased tension within the eyeball is:

8048. The most abundant substance on Earth is

8049. Who was the chief architect of Prarthana Samaj ?

8050. ക്രിക്കറ്റിന്റെ ഉത്ഭവം ഏതു രാജ്യത്തായിരുന്നു ? [Krikkattinte uthbhavam ethu raajyatthaayirunnu ?]

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