CSIR NET Life Sciences December 2008 Paper (Part 6 of 14)

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  1. Among the following in which mutant lines, lysogen phages will form clear bacterial plaques

    1. cI

    2. cII

    3. INT

    4. XIS

  2. Among the following which is not involved in plant defense signaling pathway

    1. Gibberlic acid

    2. Ethylene

    3. Salisylic acid

    4. Jasmonic acid

  3. Factor responsible for formation of early embryonic axis during early developmental pathway of plants is

    1. Auxin gradient

    2. Morphogens

    3. Orientation of embryo sac

    4. Plane of Cell Division

  4. During germination of barley seeds, enzymes for mobilization of reserve material to developing embryo are secreted from

    1. Endosperm

    2. Embryo

    3. Aleurone layer

    4. Embryonic leaves

  5. Which statement is correct for given compound?

    1. It is always optically active

    2. It is always optically inactive

    3. It will be optically active if N is protonated

    4. It will be always optically neutral

  6. Electrical activity of brain during brain mapping can be recorded by

    1. fMRI

    2. ECG

    3. EEG

    4. Polygraphy

  7. Recently gene therapy for mutated gene has been experimentally proven in mouse utilizing

    1. Winged P elements

    2. CreLox system

    3. Non-homologous recombination

    4. Ac-Ds Elements

  8. Which technique can not be utilized for studying response mechanism for both B and T cell immune responses

    1. Complement Fixation

    2. Western bloting

    3. Cytotoxicity assay


  9. Among the following which is not a cell adhesion protein

    1. Cadherin

    2. Integrin

    3. Selectin

    4. Immunoglobulin

  10. Which of following is not coded by MHC Genes?

    1. Components of Complement pathway

    2. Immunoglobulin

    3. Glycoproteins

    4. Antigen presenting proteins

  11. Which is least likely to occur for removal of cancers cells?

    1. T-Cell based cytotoxicity

    2. Complement fixation

    3. Autophagy

    4. Phagocytosis