HSEB Entrance Exam Questions With Answer – Science Faculty | Set 2

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HSEB Entrance Exam Questions Collection Set 2
For: +2 Science

1. Bilateral symmetry, metameric segmentation, coelom and open circulatory system are characteristics of:
(b) Annelida, (b) Arthropoda, (c) Mollusca, (b) Echinodermata, Ans: B

2. The study of cause of disease is known as:
(a) Pathology, (b) Etiology, (c) Ethology, (d) Parasitology, Ans: B

3. For seeing a Haemocoel which animal you will select:
(a) Earthworm, (b) Hydra, (c) Sponge, (d) Cockroach, Ans: D

4. The use of energy entering in an organisms from the outside is 100% efficient in:
(a) All green plants
(b) Some photosynthetic bacteria only
(c) No plants
(d) Unicellular green algae only
Ans: C

5. As a basic character, dorsal tubular nerve cord is present in:
(a) Some chordates, (b) All chordates, (c) Some invertebrates, (d) All vertebrates, Ans: B

6. Which one of the following features is found in chordates but not in non-chordates?
(a) Gills, (b) Spiracles, (c) Post anal tail, (d) Chitinous exoskeleton, Ans: C

7. In which phylum adults have radial symmetry but the larvae have bilateral symmetry?
(a) Porifera, (b) Coelenterata, (c) Annelida, (d) Echinodermata, Ans: D

8. Which is common in cockroach and earthworm?
(a) Dorsal nerve cord, (b) Ventral nerve cord, (c) Cocoon, (d) Ommatidia, Ans: B

9. Contractile vacuole in a protozoan is responsible for:
(a) Ingestion, (b) Digestion, (c) Locomotion, (d) Osmoregulation, Ans: D

10. In Hydra, the non-cellular layer is:
(a) epidermis, (b)Hypodermis, (c)Mesodermis, (d) Mesogloea, Ans: D

11. Hydra can be called:
(a) Coelomate, (b) Pseudocoelomate, (c) Acoelomate, (d) Haemocoelomate, Ans: C

12. Animals of phylum porifera are characterized by:
(a) Coelenteron, (b) Canal system, (c) Coelom, (d) Haemocoel, Ans: B
13. Which of the following animals is sedentary as adult but active as larva?
(a) Frog, (b) Sponge,(c) Sponge, (d) Ratflea, Ans : B
14. Nervous system in sponges is:
(a) Very primitive, (b) Well developed, (c) Without definite brain and nerves, (d) Absent, Ans : D

15. Asexual reproduction during schizogony of malaria parasite is a kind of:
(a) Binary fission, (b) Budding, (c) Fragmentation, (d) Multiple fission, Ans: D

16. Cavity of Ascaris is:
(a) Coelom, (b) Haemocoel, (c) Pseudocoel, (d) Coelenteron, Ans: C

17. Oxytocin hormone is secreted by:
(a) Adrenal, (b) Ovary, (c) Pituitary, (d) Thyroid, Ans: C

18. Hormone involved in the discharge of pancreatic juice in mammal is:
(a) Secretin, (b) Gastrin, (c) Cholecystokinin, (d) Enterogastrone, Ans: A

19. Selective accumulation of iodine occurs in:
(a) Liver, (b) Thymus, (c) Thyroid, (d) Liver, Ans: C

20. Sympathetic nervous system is also called as:
(a) Central nervous system, (b) Peripheral nervous system, (c) Autonomous nervous system, (d) None, Ans: C

21. Which one of the following diseases results from endocrine disorder?
(a) Pneumonia, (b) Goitre, (b) Typhoid, (c) Jaundice, Ans: B

22. In rabbit, the digestion of cellulose takes place in:
(a) Colon, (b) Ileum, (c) Caecum, (d) Rectum, Ans: C

23. The structure which prevents the entry of food into respiratory tract is:
(a) Larynx, (b) Pharynx, (c) Glottis, (c) Epiglottis, Ans: D

24. Fat soluble vitamins are:
(a) A, D, & E, (b) B, C, and D, (c) B and C, (d) A, B and C, Ans A

25. Rickets is a kind of:
(a) Communicable disease, (b) Deficiency disease, (c) Genetic disease, (d) Infective disease, Ans: B

26. Liver secretes:
(a) No enzymes, (b) Digestive enzymes, (c) Hormones, (d) Succus entericus, Ans: A

27. Which is the element that hardens the tooth enamel?
(a) Calcium, (b) Fluorine, (c) Iodine, (d) Sodium, Ans: B

28. Which one of the following is regarded as main cellular fuel?
(a) Protein, (b) Fat, (c) Fructose, (d) Glucose, Ans: D

29. In man, the bile juice secreted per day is:
(a) 250ml, (b) 600ml, (c) 1000ml, (d) 1500ml, Ans: B

30. A vitamin formed in skin upon exposure to UV rays is vitamin:
(a) A, (b) B2, (c) C, (d) D, Ans: D

31. Plants are similar to animals because:
(a) They respire during night
(b) They respire during the day and night
(c) They respire when it is required
(d) They respire during the day only
Ans: B

32. Which one of the following acts both as endocrine and exocrine gland?
(a) Adrenal, (b) Pancreas, (c) Kidney, (d) Liver, Ans: B

33. The most abundant substance in protoplasm is:
(a) Protein, (b) Fat, (c) Carbohydrate, (d) Water, Ans: D

34. The metal associated with haemoglobin is:
(a) Iron, (b) Iron, (c) Magnesium, (d) Manganese, Ans: A

35. Which gas makes the most stable combination with Hb of RBC?
(a) CO2, (b) CO, (c) O2, (d) N2, Ans: B

36. Urea is transported by:
(a) Plasma, (b) Blood, (c) RBC, (d) WBC, Ans: A

37. Maximum absorption of water in mammals is in:
(a) Lungs, (b) Skin, (c) Kidney, (d) Spleen, Ans: C

38. Which one of the followings, is not the excretory organ:
(a) Kidney, (b) Liver, (c) Lung, (d) Spleen, Ans: D

39. Study of heredity and hereditary characters is known as:
(a) Genetics, (b) Evolution, (c) Eugenics, (d) Euthenics, Ans: A

40. Number of autosomes in human sperm is:
(a) 11, (b) 22, (c) 44, (d) 45, Ans:C

41. A tissue is a group of cells having:
(a) Similar cells with dissimilar function
(b) Similar cells with similar functions
(c) Dissimilar cells with dissimilar function
(d) Dissimilar cells with similar functions
Ans: B

42. One of the following has a doubtful biological status:
(a) Bacteria, (b) Virus, (c) Blue green algae, (d) None, Ans: B

43. Virus vary in size from:
(a) 2nm to 200nm, (b) 2nm to 100nm, (c) 2nm to 300nm, (d) 2nm to 150nm, Ans: C

44. Who for the first discovered virus?
(a) Stakman, (b) Iwanoski, (c) Stanley, (d) Iwanoski, Ans: B

45. The genetic material in viruses can be:
(a) DNA, (b) RNA, (c) DNA or RNA, (d) DNA and RNA, Ans: C

46. Life span of adult silkworm is about:
(a) 10 to 15 days, (b) 5 to 6 days, (c) 20 days, (d) 2 weeks, Ans: B

47. Scientific culture of silkworm is:
(a) Apiculture, (b) Pisciculture, (c) Sericulture, (d) Silkworm farming, Ans: C

48. Which of the following plants have maximum power of adaptability?
(a) Pteridophytes, (b) Angiosperms, (c) Gymnosperms, (d) Bryophytes, Ans: B

49. In which of the following groups would you place a plant, which produces spores has vascular tissue and lacks seeds?
(a) Gymnosperms, (b) Algae, (c) Bryophytes, (d) Pteridophytes, Ans: D

50. Thallophytes having chloroplast are:
(a) Bacteria, (b) Fungi, (c) Algae, (d) Moss, Ans: C

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  1. sangharsha Ad
    Posted July 3, 2015 at 10:07 am

    It is very useful and gives a lot of idea for entrance exam. Also need to add question of mathematics to.

  2. Badri
    Posted June 22, 2016 at 11:30 am

    Most of the questions asked in entrance are from +2 which is not scientific……………….if students are able to get excellent marks in such entrance where they are asked the questions from +2 they should be given +2 completion certificate.


  3. Suraj yadav
    Posted November 14, 2016 at 11:10 pm

    Nice !!

  4. aasis subedi
    Posted May 25, 2017 at 7:50 am

    its good

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