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1. The IV, V and IX cranial nerves are
(a) olfactory, spinal accessory and vagus
(b) trigeminal, vagus and glossopharyngeal
(c) oculomotor, trigeminal and hypoglossal
(d) pathetic (trochlear), trigeminal and glossopha ryngea I
2. The cranial capacity of Australopithecus was about 500 cc. It existed in
(a) Miocene (b) Pliocene
(c) Pleistocene (d) Both (b) and (c)
3. Hormones differ from enzymes in that they are
(a) found only in animals
(b) found only in plants
(c) not used up at all in metabolism
(d) used up in metabolism
4. Hyaluronic acid is a heteropolysaccharide and has acetyl glucosamine and glucoronic acid. It is a cementing material and found in
(a) ovum and synovial fluid
(b) vitreous humour
(c) cerebrospinal fluid
(d) All of the above
5. Mammals having traits of both reptiles and mammals are
(a) monotremes (b) marsupials
(c) whales (d) bats
6. In man, the sperms are stored and nourished in
(b) vasa efferentia
(d) spermatic cord