GATE PH Question Paper 2008.
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1. An antidiahetic drug Piocjliazone used in Type 2 diabetes acts by
(A) Decrease of glucose uptake in muscles (B) Increasing Insulin sensitivity
(C) Inhibiting intestinal n-glucosidase (D) Stimulating Insulin secretion
2. An angiotensin-Il receptor blocker useful in treating hypertension is
(A) Enalaprilat (B) Valsartan (C) Atenolol (D)Amiodlpine
3. Co-administration of NSAIDs with Warfarin may often lead to
(A) Antagonistic interaction
(B) Interaction to change in drug transport
(C) Interaction due to disturbances in electrolyte balance
(D) Additive or synergistic interaction
4. Laminaria and Kelp are the principal genera, currently used for the industrial production of
(A) Carrageenans (B) Agar
(C) Fucans (D) Alginic acid and alginates
5. A transverse section of the root fo Glycyrrhiza glabra when treated with 80% sulphuric acid gave
(A) Deep yellow colour (B) No reaction, hut only charring
(C) Deep blue colour (D) Deep red colour
6. MIcroscopy of the bulbs of Urginea Indica family Liliaceae shows
(A) Prisms of calcium oxalate (B) Calcium carbonate and silica
(C) Rosettes of calcium oxalate (D) Raphides of calcium oxalate
7. Streptomycin is a
(A) di-acidic base possessing an aldehydic carbonyl group
(B) tn-acidic base possessing an alciehydic carhonyl group
(C) neutral compound possessing a ketonic group
(D) acidic compound possessing a carhoxylic group
8. The antihistamine with diphenyl methyl group is
(A) Methdilazine (B) Cyclizine hydrochloride
(C) Phenirarnine (D) Phenindamine