Competitive Exams: Revision Terminology Part 12

  1. Excretory product of mammalian Embryo eliminated by Placenta 750 ml of blood is supplied to Brain per minimum

  2. Composition of ECF(extra cellular fluid) regulated by kidneys.

  3. If 3n is number of different genotype (N = number of chromosome pair with each carrying one pair of heterozygous allele) different genotypes by pea = 37

  4. Etiolation = Physiological

  5. Albinism – genetic

  6. Albinism in maize due to a lethal gene.

  7. m-RNA framed in nucleus but outside nucleus.

  8. Insulin is not given orally as it is a macromolecule & not absorbed by mucosa of alimentary canal.

  9. Nerve if Na+ is blocked, Na outside nerve increases

  10. Antibiotics would not solve all problem of bacteria mediated disease due to development of mutant strains resistant to antibiotics.

  11. Clear area on agar plates with phage + bacteria = Plaques

  12. Mycoplasmal toxin are organic peroxide + NH4

  13. Formational of lateral veins in cycas by transfusion tissues.

  14. Coupling & Expulsion of linkage

  15. Angulo – splenial – bone in lower jaw of frog.

  16. Bone of ankle – astragalus & Calcaneus.

  17. Cerebrospinal fluid is secreted by – choroid plexus.

  18. TPC complex in muscle – Inhibits muscle contraction

  19. Pre ganglionic sympathetic fiber – Cholinergic – preganglionic parasymathic Fiber

  20. Past ganglionic sympathetic fiber – Adrenergic

  21. Post ganglionic parasympathetic fiber – Cholinergic.

  22. Expiration – passive

  23. Inspiration – active

  24. Epstein – Barr virus related with – mononucleosis.

  25. Hodgkin’s disease is associated with – Leucocytes.

  26. Ames test – performed on barleria to determine Carcinogenicity of chemical )

  27. Marfan syndrome is inherited as an autosomal dominant

  28. Dominant – abnormality of – Eyes, Cardiovascular system skeletal system

  29. Milk teeth in a child of 3-4 years donate include – premolars.

  30. Goblet cells present in the intestine living are – Merocrine

  31. Chemical procure common in digestion of all kinds of good is – phosphorylation)

  32. Darters tunic muscle fiber occur – Scoter world

  33. Tubules occur in – testis

  34. Process by which exchange of gases takes place in the tissues is – diffusion

  35. External & internal parts of cerebrospinal fluid are connected through roof of – medulla oblongata

  36. Rheumatoid arthritis – autoimmune disease.

  37. Osteoporosis – post menopausal disease – loss of Ca from matrix

  38. Isometric – same length

  39. Isotonic – same strength

  40. Red muscle (Slow) – thin, abundant mitochondria, more myoglobin, slow contracting, extends or muscles of back in man

  41. White muscle (fast) – accumulate as lactic acid, fast conducting nerves – eyeball muscles.

  42. Cocaine = snow

  43. Brown sugar = Diacetylmorphine hydrochloride

  44. Tissue - Grew

  45. Initial meristem Attips Primodial meristem or promeristem

  46. Veg. shoot apex – dome shaped (1) outer – tunica – anticlinally – surface growth – epidermis & cortex.

  47. Inner – corpus - in volume – cortex & vascular bundles

    Understanding different types of shoot apex

    Types of Shoot Apex

    Understanding different types of shoot apex

  48. Nageli – Apical cell theory – applied to algae, bryophytes & Pteridophytes.

    Understanding 3 types of histogens

    Histogen Claasification

    Understanding 3 types of histogens

  49. At site of leaf initiation – increase in RNA contents of cell.

  50. Quiescent Centre – root – inactive region – low DNA, RAN & protein – reservoir of resistant cells.

  51. Parenchyma – metabolically active, (store – idioblast), In Succulents -mucilage

  52. Collenchyma – absent in roots & monocot plants, turgidity.

  53. Collenchyma angular – Datura, Cucurbits, Solanum

  54. Collenchyma lacunar – Asteracecae.

  55. Collenchyma lamellar – Rhombus.