Q.1 Klunge’s test is for the identification of

a) Barbalion

b) Iso Barbalion

c) Aloinosides

d) Aloesin

Q.2 Laminaria and Kelp are the principal genera, currently used for the industrial production of

a) Carrageenans

b) Agar

c) Fucans

d) Alginic acid and alginates

Q.3 A transverse section of Glycyrrhiza glabra when treated with 80% H2SO4  gave

a) deep yellow color

b) deep violet color

c) deep blue color

d) deep red color

Q.4 Microscopy of the bulbs of Urginea indica family Liliaceae shows

a) Prisms of calcium oxalate

b) calcium carbonate and silica

c) rosettes if calcium oxalate

d) raphides of calcium oxalate

Q.5 The chief constituent of the seeds strophanthus gratus or woods of Acokanthera Schi-miperi belonging to the family Apocynaceae is G-stropanthin.On hydrolysis, it gives  

a) Scilarenin

b) Ouabagenin

c) Cannogenin

d) Diosgenin

Q.6 Hyperuricamia is associated with the abnormal metabolism of

a) Pyrimidine

b) purine

c) riboflavin

d) thiamine

Q.7 Neutral thioaliphatic amino acid found in proteins is

a) Methionine

b) Valine

c) Threonine

d) Leucine

Q.8 The deficiency of Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase is characterized by disease

a) Phenylketonurea

b) Scrapie

c) β-Thalassemia

d) Haemolytic anemia

Q.9 Aminotransferase are directly involved in the biosynthesis of

a) Aspartate

b) Alanine

c) Both a & b

d) None of these

Q.10 ‘Ternary complex’ refers to the state when

a) An enzyme forms a covalent complex with its substrate

b) An enzyme forms a non-Covalent complex with either a substance or a product

c) An enzyme that catalyses a reaction with two or more substrates, is concurrently complexed with both substrates

d) An enzyme complexed to a product, just after catalysis


1.b       2.d        3.a        4.d        5.b        6.b           7.a         8.d             9.c          10.c