JAM Question Paper 2007 GG (Geology).
Joint Admission Test (JAM) This JAM GG – Geology 2007 examination is the procedure to get the Admission to Integrated Ph.D. Programmes at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and M.Sc. (Two Year), Joint M.Sc.-Ph.D., M.Sc.-Ph.D. Dual Degree and other Post-Bachelor’s Degree Programmes at Indian Institutes of Technology
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When the resistance R in an LCR circuit is increased, the resonance frequency of the circuit (A) increases, but the resonance becomes broader
(B) decreases, but the resonance becomes sharper
(C) remains the same, but the resonance becomes sharper
(D) remains the same, but the resonance becomes broader
When the temperature of water is increased from 0°C, its
(A) volume decreases and then increases
(B) volume increases and then decreases
(C) volume increases
(D) volume remains constant
“Portuguese man-of-war” belongs to the phylum
(A) Porifera (B) Cnidaria
(C) Annelida (D) Arthropoda
If an animal has biradial symmetry, then it has
(A) only one plane of symmetry
(B) two axes of rotational symmetry
(C) two planes of symmetry; these two planes have no specific relationship to each other
(D) two planes of symmetry; these two planes are at right angles to each other
A population is isolated by a geographical barrier. The resulting speciation known as
(A) parapatric (B) allopatric
(C) sympatric (D) pseudopatric
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