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1. Assimilatory power is
1) NADPH2 2) ATP 3) ATP and NADPH2 4) FADH2
Ans: (3) ATP & NADPH2 Formed during light reaction
2. ECORI cleaves the DNA strands to produce
1) Blunt ends 2) Sticky ends 3) Satellite ends 4) Ori replication end
Ans: (2) Sticky ends
Recognition site of ECOR, is GAATTC CTTAAG
3. Read the statements (A) and (B) and identify the correct choice from those given:
Statement (A): Women are at the peak of conception on the 14th day of ovulation.
Statement (B): Vasectomy is the method normally employed to avoid conception in females.
1) Statement (A) is wrong, (B) is right 2) Statement (A) is right, (B) is wrong
3) Both the statements are right 4) Bo the statements are wrong
4. The sequence of nitrogenous bases in one strand of DNA are 3’ TAC GCG ACG 5’. The complementary DNA strand should have
1) 5’ AUG CGC TGC 3’ 2) 3’ ATG CGC TGC 5’
3) 5’ UAC GCG ACG 3’ 4) 5’ ATG CGC TGC 3’
Ans: (4) 5’ ATG CGC TGC 3’
5. Which one of the following statement is correct regarding spinal cord?
1) It is composed of outer grey matter and inner white matter
2) It is composed of outer white matter and inner grey matter
3) It is composed of outer grey matter and inner colourless matter
4) It is composed of grey matter only