KEAM Question Paper 2007.
Kerala Medical Entrance (KEAM) 2007 examination is the procedure to get the Admission to Kerala Medical Colleges Entrance Examinations for admission to Professional Degree Courses
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Which one of the following statements about aminoacids is not true?
(A) They are constituents of all proteins
(B) They are all high melting solids
(C) Most naturally occuring aminoacids have D-configuration
(D) They are characterized by isoelectric point
(E) Glycine is the only naturally occurring aminoacid which is optically inactive
The vitamin which is neither soluble in water nor in fat is
(A) biotin (B) phyfloquinone (C) thiamine
(D) ergocalciferol (E) pyridoxine
Which of the following is used as a “morning after pill”
(A) Norethindrone (B) Ethynylestradiol (C) Mifepristone
(D) Bithional (E) Promethazine
An insoluble dye is reduced to a soluble colourless leuco form by an alkaline reducing agent. The fibre is soaked in the dye solution and then exposed to air to develop the colour. The dye is
(A) mordant dye (B) vat dye (C) azo dye (D) direct dye (E) disperse dye
Detergents are known to pollute rivers and waterways. However, detergents can be made biodegradable and pollution free by taking
(A) cyclic hydrocarbon chain (B) shorter hydrocarbon chain
(C) unbranched hydrocarbon chain (D) hydrocarbon with more branching
(E) bcnzenoid hydrocarbons