Competitive Exams: Pharmacy MCQs (Practice_Test 21 of 29)

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  1. Adverse effect of terfenadine include
    1. Ventricular tachycardia
    2. bradycardia
    3. hepatotoxicity
    4. neurotoxicity
  2. Metals and metalloids are detected by
    1. Flame photometry
    2. atomic absorption
    3. fluorimetry
    4. all of the above
  3. Range of visible region is
    1. 400 − 800 nm
    2. 200 − 400 nm
    3. 600 − 800 nm
    4. 800 − 1800 nm
  4. Krafft point is the point at which ________ of the surfactant equals cmc
    1. Lipophilicity
    2. hydrophilicity
    3. solubility
    4. none of the above
  5. Chcl3 & naoh react to form 1,2-dichloro acrbene. The type of reaction is
    1. Sn1
    2. sn2
    3. e1cb
    4. none of the above
  6. L-threose & l-erythrose are
    1. Enantiomers
    2. diastereomers
    3. rotamers
    4. epimers
  7. The highest gold number is
    1. Gelatin
    2. albumin
    3. acacia
    4. tragacanth
  8. Dielectric constant for mineral oils are
    1. 0
    2. 5
    3. 30
    4. 80
  9. Internally cooled inheritable information carried by all living organisms is known as
    1. Genotype
    2. phenotype
    3. metabotype
    4. pharmacogenomics
  10. Abc & slc are the superfamilies of
    1. Enzymes
    2. receptors
    3. carrier proteins
    4. histones
  11. The first metabolic studies (on benzoic acid) was carried out by
    1. Alexander flemming
    2. alexander ure
    3. damagk
    4. aldrich
  12. Which one of the following is enzyme inhibitor
    1. Grape fruit juice
    2. apple juice
    3. mango juice
    4. none of the above
  13. Causative organism of syphilis is
    1. Trichuris trichuri
    2. trichomonas dimanata
    3. lechmenia donovanni
    4. trypanosoma gambiens
  14. For karl fischer reagent the solvent is
    1. Water
    2. ethanol
    3. pyridine
    4. pyrimidine

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