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SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014 - General Awareness - Part 3

SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014

General Awareness Quiz

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Q1: The sleeping sickness is caused by

(a) Neisseria
(b) Entamoeba
(c) Trypanosoma
(d) Escherichia

Q2: Haemolymph is observed in

(a) Echinoderms
(b) Ascaris
(c) Annelids
(d) Arthropods

Q3: The virus without capsid but only with nucleic acids is called

(a) Nucleoid
(b) Prion
(c) Virion
(d) Capsomere

Q4: The immunity cause by B-lymphocytes is called

(a) Acquired immunity
(b) Cellular immunity
(c) Humoral immunity
(d) Sterile immunity

Q5: Which of the following forests grows in waterlogged areas?

(a) Evergreen
(b) Deciduous
(c) Coniferous
(d) Mangrove

Q6: Flow of blood in dorsal blood vessel of Earthworm is

(a) Downward
(b) Backward
(c) Forward
(d) Sideard

Q7: Which of the following is biodegradable?

(a) Silver foil
(b) Iron nails
(c) Plastic mugs
(d) Leather belts

Q8: Fungi that grow on bark are said to be

(a) Saxicolous
(b) Coprophilous
(c) Corticolous
(d) Xylophilous

Q9: To an astronaut in space the sky will appear to be

(a) Red
(b) Blue
(c) Black
(d) Violet

Q10: On a rainy day, small oily films on water show brilliant colours. This is due to

(a) Dispersion
(b) Refraction
(c) Polarisation
(d) Scattering

1: (c) Trypanosoma
2: (d) Arthropods
3: (a) Nucleoid
4: (a) Acquired immunity
5: (d) Mangrove
6: (c) Forward
7: (d) Leather belts
8: (c) Corticolous [Note: Saxicolous on rock, Xylophilous on wood (stripped bark), Coprophilous on animal dung]
9:  (c) Black
10: (d) Scattering

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