JAM Question Paper 2006 GG (Geology)

JAM Question Paper 2006 GG (Geology)JAM Question Paper 2006 GG (Geology).

Joint Admission Test (JAM) This JAM GG – Geology 2006 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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Which of the following pair of vitamins participates as cofactors in the cellular oxidation- reduction reactions?
(A) Pyridoxine and folate
(B) Riboflavin and cobalainine
(C) Ascorbate and mcotinamide
(D) Thiamine and pantothenate

Erythrocyte glucose transporter specifically transports glucose down its concentration  gradient and exhibits hyperbolic saturation kinetics. This is an example of
(A) Active mediated transport
(B) Passive mediated transport
(C) Non-mediated transport
(D) Group translocation

The oligosaccharide part of glycoproteins is either N-linked or 0-linked. The amino acid  residues through which these oligosaccharides are attached to polypeptide are
(A) Asu and Thr
(B) Asp and Ser
(C) SerandLys
(D Gln and Ser

 Choose the right combination of components required to set up a polymerase chain reaction from the following
(A) Template DNA, two primers, dNTPs and DNA ligase
(B) Template DNA, two primers, NTPs and DNA ligase
(C) Template RNA, two primers, NTPs and DNA polymerase
(D) Template DNA, two primers, dNTPs and DNA polymerase

 Con cycle integrates body metabolism to
(A) resynthesize glucose from lactate in the liver
(B) oxidize acetyl CoA in the muscle
(C) generate urea in the kidney
(D) generate glucose from acetyl CoA in the liver

In a. molecule of glycogen we find
(A) oiie reducing end and one non-reducing end
(B) many reducing ends and one non-reducing end
(C) oiie non-reducing eiid and many branch points
(D) oiie reducing end and many non-reducing ends

ABO blood group classification is based oii the surface antigen of erythrocytes. The nature of this antigen is
(A) peripheral membrane protein
(B) integral membrane protein
(C) sphingoglycolipid
(D) glycoprotein

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