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91801. Ripe mangoes contain?

91802. Which of the following is NOT a water-borne disease?

91803. Which of the following instruments is used for recording earthquake waves?

91804. A wet bulb and a dry bulb thermometer is used to determine?

91805. In which one of the following places, the boiling point of water is the highest?

91806. The terminology associated with 'Internet' is?

91807. The sky is blue in colour because of?

91808. What is a robot?

91809. 'Multimedia Computers' provide exchange of the following types of information: I) Text and Sound II) Graphics II) Animations IV) Video pictures Of the statements?

91810. Which of the following gases may cause acid rain in an industrial area?

91811. The term 'cloning' is related with?

91812. Rice is a staple food for people of India. In the milling process, polishing is the final process and the polished rice is rich in?

91813. Which one of the following layers of the atmosphere is responsible for the reflection of radio waves?

91814. The blue colour of water in the sea is due to?

91815. Consider the statements: X-rays I) are not electromagnetic radiations II) are electromagnetic radiations III) have longer wavelengths IV) have shorter wavelengths; Of these?

91816. Consider the following statements: Assertion (A) : In a pressure cooker, the cooking is fast. Reason (R) : More steam is available to cook the food at room 1000C. Now select the answer according to the coding scheme given below: ?

91817. "Newton's disk" when rotated rapidly appears?

91818. Ifa mouse of over eight times its normal size has been produced. by introducing human growth hormone gene, the technique involved is called?

91819. "Charmed Particle" refers'?

91820. Which one of the following seeds can benefit a patient of diabetes mellitus by normalizing his blood sugar level?

91821. Which statement is wrong?

91822. Which radioactive pollutant has recently drawn the attention of the public, due to its occurence in the building material?

91823. The main constituents of pearl are?

91824. Which one of the following was used as a chemical weapon (poison gas) in the First World War by the Germans?

91825. Water pollution is measured by the dissolved amount of?

91826. An element is a substance which?

91827. Which one of the following pairs of materials serves as electrodes in chargeable batteries commonly used in devices such as torch lights, electric shavers, etc?

91828. Which one of the following fuels causes minimum environmental pollution?

91829. The offending substance in the liquor tragedies leading to blindness is?

91830. Besides proteins and carbohydrates, other elements of nutritional value found in milk include?

91831. A full set of permanent teeth consists of?

91832. The colour of mercury vapour lamp is?

91833. The alloy stellite is used in making _?

91834. What is the use of uranium?

91835. The colloid used for stomach troubles is?

91836. Colloidal silver is an effective _?

91837. Clouds consist of charged particles of water dispersed in _?

91838. The foul smell of rancid butter is due to?

91839. The acid present in sour milk is?

91840. Which one of the following animals is not poikilothermic (cold blooded)?

91841. Which one of the following has powerful antiseptic action?

91842. The chemical used in hair tonic and treating sprains is?

91843. Sodium carbonate is used in?

91844. The rays, that is used as a diagnostic tool in medicine and for the treatment of cancer, is?

91845. Penicillin grows on?

91846. Green plants of the forests are known as?

91847. …….is the oil yielding plant?

91848. Chicory is extracted from of the plant?

91849. Most food nutrients are absorbed into the blood from the?

91850. The solar eclipse achieves totality only in limited geographical regions because?

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