Biology- One-Liners- for various competitive examinations
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The subject plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations. Biology bits help a lot.
1- The part of the brain which controls the emotional reactions in our body is hypothalamus. The brain’s limbic system controls emotional expression through hypothalamus.
2- The bark of Cinchona yields drugs.
3-An organism that transmits disease from one individual to another is called.
4- This endocrine gland is found in Chest cavity.
5- The basic unit of biosystematics is
6-This is a form of sexual reproduction.
7-Maximum Oxygen is available from
8-Chromosome designation of Turner syndrome is
9-Approximate number of skeletal muscles is
10-BOD stands for
a- Biochemical Oxygen Demand.
b-Biological Oxygen Demand.
c-Biotic Oxidation Demand.
d-Biological Oxidation Demand.
11-Commercially Valued Cork is obtained from
d- Quercus spp
12-Minamata disease is caused by pollution of water by
13-Amino Acids are required for the synthesis of
14-If Xylem and Phloem are arranged in a same radius, such a vascular bundle is called
15- Christmas Factor is involved in
Ans-3-c; 4-a; 5-a; 6-a; 7-b; 8-a; 9-a; 10-b; 11-d; 12-b; 13-d; 14-c; 15-d
Explanations- * Cinchona is a tree. The bark is used to make medicine. Cinchona is used for increasing appetite, for treating bloating, and other stomach problems. This species is also used for blood vessel disorders including hemorrhoids, varicose veins, and leg cramps.
Clone- It is a plant or animal that has the same genes as the original from which it was produced.
Minamata disease is a disease of the central nervous system. It is a neurological syndrome caused by severe mercury poisoning. Ataxia, numbness in the hands and feet, general muscle weakness, narrowing of the field of vision are some of the symptoms. Minamata disease was first discovered in Minamata city in Kumamoto prefecture, Japan, in 1956.
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