GPAT: Pharmacy MCQs (Practice_Test 18 of 29)

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  1. At 12 noon, the minute hand is at north-east so at 1.30 pm hour hand will be at
    1. East
    2. west
    3. north west
    4. south west
  2. Gallic acid is used as
    1. Antimicrobial
    2. antioxidant
    3. antileprotic
    4. none of the above
  3. Ind is issued before
    1. Starting animal trials
    2. starting phase iv
    3. starting human trials
    4. starting
  4. phase i trials Reference used in pmr is
    1. Trimethyl silane
    2. ethanol
    3. chloroform
    4. none of the above
  5. Submerged culture is difficult for
    1. Bacteria
    2. yeast
    3. filamentous fungi
    4. none of the above
  6. DNA is situated in cell in
    1. Cytosol
    2. membrane
    3. mitochondria
    4. ribosome
  7. ₹ In ip stands for
    1. related substance
    2. biological substance
    3. chemical substance
    4. reference standard
  8. Which one of the following is protogenic in nature
    1. Barium fluoride
    2. aluminium trichloride
    3. acetic acid
    4. none of the above
  9. Vehicle used in soft gelatin capsule is
    1. Water
    2. peg 400
    3. peg 2000
    4. glycerine
  10. Nujol is
    1. Mineral oil
    2. vegetable oil
    3. animal fat
    4. plant tissue
  11. Which drug is used for parkinsonism
    1. A-methyl dopa
    2. a-methyl dopamine
    3. dopa
    4. a-methyl tyrosine
  12. Drug used in gastric ulceration is
    1. Pirenzepine
    2. oxyphenonium
    3. propantheline
    4. atropine
  13. Saffron is grown in India in
    1. Jammu & kashmir
    2. meghalaya
    3. arunachal pradesh
    4. himachal pradesh
  14. Bacteria is not present in
    1. Ice
    2. distilled water
    3. potable water
    4. none of the above
  15. Difference between eye drop & injection is
    1. eye drop are non pyrogenic
    2. eye drops may be sterile or not be pyrogen free
    3. injection is sterile and non pyrogenic
    4. injection are non pyrogenic

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