Dr. Bhatia Grand Test Series For your NEET-PG ,FMGE /MCI Download


Dr. Bhatia Grand Test Series For your NEET-PG ,FMGE /MCI Download

Dr. Bhatia Grand Test Series For your NEET-PG ,FMGE /MCI Download

Dr. Bhatia Grand Test Series For your NEET-PG ,FMGE /MCI Download 1. The replication fork consists of four
components. Which of the following components is  responsible for synthesis of the short RNA  molecules essential for DNA replication?
a. Helicase b. Primase
c. Polymerase d. SSB

2. Which of the following types of mutations  generally leads to a truncated protein?

a. Deletion b. Frameshift mutation
c. Insertion d. Missense mutation
3. First internal sign of putrefaction is founds:
a. Below the liver b. In mediastinum
c. Below the spleen d. In kidney

4. True statement about ethmoidal polypi is:
a. Usually multiple
b. Usually arise from ethmoid cells in middle turbinate

c Polypectomy is treatment of choice

d. All of the above

5. Which two amino acids are most commonly  found in  turns in proteins?
a. Arginine and lysine
b. Aspartic acid and glutamic acid
c. Leucine and valine
d. Glycine and proline

6. Hanging causes large amount of injury to:
a. Vertebral artery b. Carotid A
c. Trachea d. Esophagus

7. In COPD there is chronic hypoxia that is
particularly obvious in vascular tissues such as the  lips or nail beds (cyanosis). Poorly perfused areas  exposed to chronic hypoxia have decreased  metabolic energy for tissue maintenance and
repair. Which of the following is an important  reason for this?

a. Increased hexokinase activity owing to increased  oxidative phosphorylation
b. Increased ethanol formation form pyruvate on  changing from anaerobic to aerobic metabolism
c. Increased glucose utilization via the pentose phosphate pathway on changing from anaerobic to a.erobic metabolismd. Decreased ATP generation and increased glucose u tilization on changing from aerobic to anaerobic m.etabolism.


8. Which of the following reactions in glycolysis
consumes ATP?
a. Glucokinase b. Phosphofructokinase
c. Phosphoglycerate kinase d. Pyruvate kinase
9. Most specific and sensitive for identification is:
a. Anthropometry b. Dactylography
c. Skull d. Pelvis
10. Inhibition of the synthesis of ATP during
oxidative phosphorylation by oligomycin is
thought to be due to which of the following events?
a. Blocking of the proton gradient between NADH-Q
reductase and QH2
b. Blocking of the proton gradient between
cytochrome c1 and cytochrome c
c. Dissociating of cytochrome c from mitochondrial
d. Inhibiting of mitochondrial ATPase
11. Lipogenesis occurs in which cellular
compartment  a

. Cytosol b. Endoplasmic reticulum c. Golgi body d. Mitochondria

12. Rigor mortis starts in:
a. Eyelids b. Heart
c. Voluntary muscles d. Limbs

13. Which is the rate-controlling step of pyrimidine  synthesis that exhibits allosteric inhibition by tidine triphosphate (CTP)

a. Aspartate transcarbamoylase
b. Hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase
c. Thymidylate synthase
d. Ribose-phosphate pyrophosphokinase

14. During starvation, which of the following  shows the most marked increase in plasma  concentration?
a. Free fatty acids b. Glucose
c. Glycogen d. Ketone bodies

15. Haemorrhagica external otitis media is caused  by:
a. Influenza b. Proteus
c. Staph d. Streptococcus

16. A 58-yrs-old man has a brain lesion that causes  him to feel euphoric, laugh uncontrollably, and  joke and make puns. Where is this brain lesion  most likely located?

a. Fornix
b. Right prefrontal cortex
c. Hippocampus
d. Left orbitofrontal cortex

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