AIIMS MBBS Entrance Test 2019 Biology Paper with Answer & Solutions 25 May First Shift Part 3

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Q-110: Match the following:

(A)

Image Coccus,

Image Coccus,

Image Coccus,

(B)

Image Bacillus,

Image Bacillus,

Image Bacillus,

(C)

Image Tobacco mosaic virus

Image Tobacco Mosaic Virus

Image Tobacco mosaic virus

(1) A– Tobacco mosaic virus, B– Coccus, C– Bacillus

(2) A–Coccus, B–Bacillus, C–Tobacco mosaic virus

(3) A– Bacillus, B– Coccus, C– Tobacco mosaic virus

(4) A– Coccus, B– Tobacco mosaic virus, C– Bacillus

Answer: (2)

Q-111: Synthesis of lipid is function of:

Options:

(1) SER

(2) RER

(3) Golgi body

(4) Mitochondria

Answer: (1)

Q-112: DNA polymerase links nucleotide by forming which type of bond:

Options:

(1) Phosphodiester bond

(2) Hydrogen bond

(3) Glycosidic bond

(4) Ester bond

Answer: (1)

Q-113: Match the following

Table of Match the Follwing
Title: Table of Match the follwing

(a)

Siliqua

(i)

Lycopersicum esculentum

(b)

Caryopsis

(ii)

Tritium aestivum

(c)

Berry

(iii)

Helianthus annulus

(d)

Cypsela

(iv)

Brassica campestris

Options:

(1) a-ii, b-i, c-iii, d-iv

(2) a-i, b-ii, c-iii, d-iv

(3) a-iv, b-ii, c-i, d-iii

(4) a-iii, b-ii, c-i, d-iv

Answer: (3)

Q-114: Select the wrong statement:

(1) The human genome contains 3164.7 million nucleotide bases

(2) Less than 10% of the genome codes for protein

(3) Repeated sequences make up very large portion of the human genome

(4) Chromosome 1 has most genes (2968) and Y has the fewest (231)

Answer: (2)

Q-115: Homologous chromosomes can be defined as:

Options:

(1) Chromatids of same chromosome

(2) Same chromosome, same gene, different allele in different order

(3) Same chromosome, different gene, same allele

(4) Same chromosome, same gene, different allele in same order

Q-116: Match the column I and II

Title: Table of Match the Column I and II
Column I Column II (a) Pleiotropic gene (i) Both allele express equally (b) Co-dominance (ii) Change in nucleotide (c) Epistasis (iii) One gene shows multiple phenotypic expression (d) Mutation (iv) Non - allelic gene inheritance

Column I

Column II

(a)

Pleiotropic gene

(i)

Both allele express equally

(b)

Co-dominance

(ii)

Change in nucleotide

(c)

Epistasis

(iii)

One gene shows multiple phenotypic expression

(d)

Mutation

(iv)

Non - allelic gene inheritance

(1) (a) - i, (b) - ii, (c) - iii, (d) – iv

(2) (a) - ii, (b) - iii, (c) - iv, (d) - i

(3) (a) - iii, (b) - i, (c) - iv, (d) – ii

(4) (a) - i, (b) - iii, (c) - iv, (d) – ii

Answer: (3)

Q-117: Match the column I and II

Title: Table of Match the Column I and II
Column I Column II (a) K.C. Mehta (i) Fluid mosaic model (b) P. Maheshwari (ii) First recombinant plasmid. (c) Cohen and Boyer (iii) Haploid culture (d) Singer and Nicolson (iv) Rust disease

Column I

Column II

(a)

K.C. Mehta

(i)

Fluid mosaic model

(b)

P. Maheshwari

(ii)

First recombinant plasmid.

(c)

Cohen and Boyer

(iii)

Haploid culture

(d)

Singer and Nicolson

(iv)

Rust disease

(1) (a) - i, (b) - iii, (c) - ii, (d) – iv

(2) (a) - iv, (b) - iii, (c) - ii, (d) - i

(3) (a) - i, (b) - ii, (c) - iii, (d) – iv

(4) (a) - ii, (b) - iii, (c) - iv, (d) – i

Answer: (2)

Q-118: Choose the correct statement.

Options:

(1) Transcription and translation occur in same compartment for prokaryotes

(2) Monocistonic RNA-more than one structural genes under single promoter.

(3) Introns and exons both code for protein synthesis

(4) In prokaryotes, splicing and tailing occurs before translation.

Answer (1)

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