NEET Practice Paper: Chapter Human Health & Diseases by Teaching Care online tuition and coaching classes

NEET Practice Paper: Chapter Human Health & Diseases by Teaching Care online tuition and coaching classes

No. of Questions 100

  1. Which of the disease is not transmitted by house flies
  • Typhoid
  • Yellow fever
  • Cholera
  • Dysentery

 

  1. Biological name of insect (Vector) carrying the plague
    • Xenopcylla cheopis
    • Anopheles mosquito
    • Bacillus pestis
    • Pediculus humanus

 

  1. Koch’s postulates are not applicable to
    • B.
    • Leprosy
    • Diptheria
    • Cholera

 

  1. Maximum death among children is caused due to
    • B
    • AIDS
    • Diphtheria
    • Whooping cough

 

  1. The protozoan found in colon of human is
    • vivax
    • A. egupti
    • coli
    • All of these

 

  1. The carrier of virus causing human yellow fever is
    • Mosquito
    • Bug
    • Louse
    • Beetle

 

  1. Yersinia pestis is responsible for
    • Plague
    • Whooping cough
    • Leprosy
    • Syphilis

 

  1. Encephalitis in man is a viral disease and is transmitted by
    • Anopheles
    • Culex
    • Aedes
    • Culex and Aedes

 

  1. Which of the following disease is due to virus
    • Polio
    • Tetanus
    • Malaria
    • Cholera

 

  1. ‘Small pox’ (Variola) disease is caused by
    • Virus (b) Bacterium (c) Protozoan (d) Mosquito
  2. Vector for ‘Kala azar’ disease is
    • Sand fly (b) House fly (c) Louse (d) Bed bug

 

  1. Which of the following does not cause a disease in human beings
    • Entamoeba coli
    • Plasmodium ovale
    • Entamoeba histolytica
    • Entamoeba gingivalis

 

  1. Incubation period of plasmodium vivax is  
    • 14 days (b) 20 days (c) 30 days (d) 45 days

 

  1. Malaria is transmitted by ‘Anopheles’. This was discovered by  
    • Laveran
    • Ronald Ross
    • Pasteur
    • Huxley

 

  1. The malignant tertian malaria is caused by  
    • Plasmodium vivax
    • Plasmodium falciparum
    • Plasmodium ovale
    • Plasmodium malariae

 

  1. Suffner’s dots are related to  
    • B.C of man
    • Leucocytes of frog
    • Epithelium of stomach of mosquito
    • Entamoeba histolytica

 

  1. Mapacrine and pelludrine are used to cure which disease  
    • Plague
    • Malaria
    • B.
    • Pneumonia

 

  1. Malaria parasite completes its life cycle in  
    • One host
    • Two host
    • Three host
    • Reservoir host

 

  1. Metabolic waste responsible for malaria fever is called
    • Haemozoin
    • Haematin
    • Melanin
    • Heparin

 

  1. Ronald Ross worked malaria in  
    • Mumbai
    • Secunderabad
    • London
    • Madras

 

  1. Quinine an important drug for treatment of malaria, is extracted from
    • Calyx of cinnamon
    • Bark of cinchona
    • Red ants
    • Bark of tulsi

 

  1. Which organ enlarges in patient of malaria
    • Spleen
    • Kidney
    • Gall bladder
    • Liver

 

  1. Which one of the following conditions though harmful in itself is also a potential saviour from a mosquito borne infectious disease
    • Leukemia
    • Thalassaemia
    • Sickle cell anaemia
    • Pernicious anaemia

 

  1. Which of the following causes malaria
    • Plasmodium
    • Hook worm
    • Ascaris
    • Filaria worm

 

  1. Who discovered malarial parasite
    • Ronald Ross
    • Leveran
    • Grassi
    • Lansici

 

  1. Plasmodium in man is innoculated by  
    • Anopheles male and female
    • Anopheles male
    • Anopheles female
    • Culex female

 

  1.  ‘Malaria’ a common disease world wide is caused by a
    • Bacterium
    • Virion
    • Protozoa
    • Helminthes
  2. Immune deficiency syndrome in human could develop as a consequence of
    • AIDS virus infection
    • Defective liver
    • Defective thymus
    • Weak immune system

 

  1.  AIDS related complex (ARC) is a disease which leads to fever, swollen lymph nodes, night sweats, loss in weight etc. represents
    • Severe form AIDS
    • Initial form of AIDS
    • No link with AIDS
    • None of the above

 

  1. AIDS virus has
    • Single stranded RNA
    • Double stranded RNA
    • Single stranded DNA
    • Double stranded DNA

 

  1. Which one of the following produces AIDS  
    • HTLV -1 (b) HTLV-2 (c) EBV (d) HIV

 

  1. How does AIDS virus enter into man  
    • Through food
    • Through kissing
    • Through water
    • Through blood

 

  1. Full form of AIDS is  
    • Anti immune deficiency syndrome
    • Auto immune deficiency syndrome
    • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • Acquired immune disease symptom

 

  1. Which of the glands is often referred in relation with AIDS
    • Thyroid (b) Thymus (c) Adrenal (d) Pancreas

 

  1. HIV causes reduction in  
    • T- helper cells only
    • All T-cells
    • B-cells only
    • Both B and T-cells

 

  1. A disease transferred from mother to child through placenta is
    • German measels
    • Syphilis
    • AIDS
    • All the above

 

  1. The AIDS test is known as  
    • Elisa
    • Australian antigen
    • HIV test
    • None of these

 

  1. AIDS is a
    • Cancer
    • Virus borne disease
    • Bacterial disease
    • Deficiency disease

 

  1. Which of the following is an STD  
    • Measles
    • Syphilis
    • Diphtheria
    • Cancer

 

  1.  “Zidovudine” drug is used for  
    • Cancer
    • Hepatitis
    • AIDS
    • Malaria

 

  1. The test for ‘syphilis’ was developed by
    • Robert koch
    • Edward jenner
    • Wasserman
    • Louis pasteur

 

  1. AIDS can be transmitted by  
    • Blood circulation (b) Hand shake (c) Courtship (d) All of these
  2. In sickle cell anaemia, the death is caused when the lethal genes are present in
    • Heterozygous condition
    • Homozygous dominant condition
    • Homozygous recessive condition
    • Co- dominant condition

 

  1.  ‘Haemophilia’ disease is caused due to lack of
    • ADH (b) STH (c) AHF (d) ACTH

 

  1. Which of the following diseases is not related to circulatory system
    • Hypertension
    • Coronary thrombosis
    • Diabetes mellitus
    • Diphtheria

 

  1. Which of the following diseases is known as auto immune thyroiditis/ thyroid’s suicide
    • Addison’s disease
    • Cretinism
    • Hashimoto disease
    • Goitre

 

  1. X- rays are used in  
    • ECG (b) EEG (c) CT-Scan (d) Endoscopy

 

  1. The bacteria living in human large intestine that feed on undigested food without harming the host in any way, are termed as
    • Symbionts
    • Parasites
    • Commensale
    • Predators

 

  1. In sickle-cell anaemia, which of the following amino acids is substituted
    • Glutamic acid by valine in -chain
    • Valine by glutamic acid in -chain
    • Glutamic acid by valine in -chain
    • Valine by glutamic acid in -chain ββαα

 

  1. If the IIIrd nerve is damaged, it will lead to
    • Loss of accomodation
    • Dilation of pupil
    • Loss of occular movements
    • All of these

 

  1. Interferons are
    • Antiviral proteins
    • Antibacterial proteins
    • Anticancer proteins
    • None of these

 

  1. All the diseases are spread by housefly except
    • Leprosy
    • Dysentery
    • Typhoid
    • Sleeping sickness

 

  1. Cynosis refers to
    • Bluish colouration of the body
    • Reddish coluration of the body
    • Pale colouration of the body
    • Goose flesh of the body

 

  1. Filaria, malaria, dengue fever, sleeping sickness, yellow fever are transmitted by
    • Mosquitoes
    • House flies
    • Insects
    • Bacteria

 

  1. Cimex present in human clothes is a type of  
    • Autotrophic animal
    • Host
    • Parasite
    • Predent

 

  1. Which of the following set is of vector host  
    • Sand fly, deer fly, tse-tse fly, house fly
    • Frog, lizard, snack, rabbit
    • Leishmania, sand fly, Trypanosoma, tse-tse fly
    • Sand fly, frog, house fly

 

  1. Diabetes mellitus is due to lack of
    • Insulin in circulating blood
    • Starch in food
    • Trypsin in pancreatic juice
    • ADH reaching the kidney

 

  1. Inflammatory response in allergy is caused by the release of one of the following by mast cells  
    • Histamines
    • Antibodies
    • Antigen
    • None of them

 

  1. A condition of failure of function of kidney to form urine is
    • Creatinine
    • Hematuria
    • Anuria
    • Alkaptoneuria

 

  1. The disease due to inflammation of vermiform appendix of the digestive system is known as
    • Amoebic dysentery
    • Appendicitis
    • Intestinal cancer
    • Appendectomy

 

  1. All are the disease of lungs except
    • Asthama
    • Bronchitis
    • Encephalitis
    • Pneumonia

 

  1. Which of the following set contains all disease transmitting arthropods
    • Ant, cockroach, body louse
    • Sand fly, tse-tse fly, house fly, rat flea
    • House fly, anopheles mosquito, body louse, termite
    • Rat flea, cockroach termite

 

  1. Grave’s disease is caused by the hypersecretion of thyroid hormone and is associated with the
    • Enlargement of the thyroid gland
    • Increased BMR and increased nervous activity
    • Exophthalamia
    • All of the above

 

  1. Period from the entrance of pathogens into the body and their multiplication of show initial symptoms of disease is known as
    • Incubation period
    • First period
    • Climax period
    • Infection period

 

  1. After infection by pathogens dead cells, dead pathogens and liquid form the
    • Antibodies
    • Excretory product
    • Pus
    • Agglutinin

 

  1. Cause of ‘Erythroblastosis foetalis’ may be
    • Adjoining of RBC
    • Bleeding
    • Diapedesis
    • Haemophilia

 

  1. If a muscle fails to give stimulation action and there is much ingestion of lactic acid, the condition is termed as
    • Paralysis
    • Tonus
    • Fatigue
    • Tetanus

 

  1. Which one of the following is a protein deficiency disease
    • Eczema
    • Cirrhosis
    • Kwashiorkor
    • Nightblindness

 

  1. Servers protein deficiency in the diet leads to this disease
    • Kwashirokar
    • Amoebiasis
    • Diabetes
    • Cancer

 

  1.  ‘Asthama’ is due to
    • Infection of trachea
    • Infection of lungs
    • Bleeding into pleural cavity
    • Spasm in bronchial muscles

 

  1. Epidemiology deals with the study of
    • Mode of transmission of disease
    • Disease causing organisms
    • Development of resistance against diseases
    • Skin ailments
  2. Filarial larva can be collected from man’s
    • Smears of intestinal contents
    • Peripheral blood at midnight
    • Smears of spleen
    • Biopsy of liver

 

  1. Study of interaction of antigens and antibodies in the blood is
    • Cryobiology
    • Serology
    • Haemotology
    • Angiology

 

  1. The cells which directly attack and destroy the antigens are known as
    • Helper T-cells
    • Killer T-cell
    • Helper B- cells
    • Killer B-cells

 

  1. The cells which produce the antibodies by stimulating the B-cells are known as
    • Killer B-cells
    • Helper B- cells
    • Helper T-cells
    • Antibodies

 

  1. The cells which suppress the entire immune system from its attack in the same body are known as
    • Helper T-cells
    • Killer B- cells
    • Suppressor cells
    • Suppressor T-cells

 

  1. The binding of antibodies to the antigens to produce a large insoluble complex is known as
    • Antibody-antigen complex
    • Agglutination
    • Immunization
    • Suppressor cell reaction

 

  1. Recognition and digestion by the phagocytes due to the coated surface of antigens by the antibodies is known as

 

  • Opsonization
  • Immunization
  • T-cells immunization reaction
  • B-cells immunizaiton reaction

 

  1. In some children similar disease does not appear due to the presence of
    • T- cells immune system
    • B- cells immune system
    • Memory cells
    • Phagocyte antigen reactions

 

  1. The immune system which works against self is
    • Self immune system
    • Autoimmunity
    • Specific immunity
    • None of the above

 

  1. After vaccination the body builds up
    • Toxins (b) Lymph (c) Antibodies (d) Plasma
  2. One good example of an ‘ antiseptic’ is
    • Bordeaux mixture
    • DDT
    • Carbolic acid in dilute solution
    • Hydrocyanic acid gas

 

  1. Humoral immunity is due to
    • B-lymphocytes
    • T-lymphocytes
    • L-Lymphocytes
    • P- Lymphocytes

 

  1. Injections of antitoxin or toxoid serum is given to prevent
    • Diphtheria
    • Small pox
    • Chicken pox
    • Chronic headache

 

  1. Membrane attack complex (Mac) is formed by
    • B- Lymphocytes
    • Compliments
    • Macrophages
    • T- Lymphocytes

 

  1. Thymosin stimulates
    • Milk secretion
    • Erythrocytes
    • T-lymphocytes
    • Melanocytes

 

  1. What is the molecular weight of IgG antibody
    • 146,000
    • 160,000
    • 190,000
    • 200,000

 

  1. Passive immunity is defined as immunity
    • Inherited from the parents
    • Achieved through vaccination
    • Acquired through first exposure to the disease
    • Achieved through the sera of other animal enriched in antibodies

 

  1. An antibody is  
    • Molecule that specifically inactivates an antigen
    • WBC which invades bacteria
    • Secretion of mammalian RBC
    • Component of blood

 

  1. Booster dose of triple antigen vaccination is given to the child at the age of
    • One year
    • Two year
    • Three year
    • Four year

 

  1. Active immunity is obtained by  
    • Antibodies
    • Weakened germs infection
    • Natural resistance
    • None of these

 

  1. Antibody formation and immunity production is done by a protein called globulin present in the
    • Stroma of RBC
    • Haemoglobin of RBC
    • Plasma
    • Blood platelets

 

  1. A scientist associated with ‘antibiotic’ is
    • Brown (b) Flemming (c) Leeuwenhock (d) Koch

 

  1. Which of the following are most aboundant types of antibodies
    • IgA (b) IgE (c) IgG (d) IgM

 

  1. When an organ is transplanted and is rejected by the body, the lymphocytes are produced by
    • T- cells
    • B-cells
    • Neutrophils
    • None of these

 

  1. Which of the following is a correct statement
    • B-cells directly engulf the pathogenic bacteria
    • B-cells produce antibodies soon after they are formed
    • B-cells produce a large clone of plasma cells soon after it is formed
    • The B- cells produce the plasma cells only after they are triggered by a specific antigen

 

  1. A cell coded protein that is formed in response to infection with most animal viruses is called
    • Antigen
    • Interferon
    • Histone
    • Antibody

 

  1. The antibodies are
    • Lipids
    • Germs
    • Proteins
    • Carbohydrates

 

  1. Some people who have suffered from a disease may not be affected again during their life time such immunity is called
    • Natural immunity
    • Acquired immunity
    • Active immunity
    • Passive immunity

 

  1. Passive immunity can be obtained by injecting
    • Antigens
    • Antibodies
    • Antibiotics
    • Vaccination having weakened germs

 

 

Answers:

  1. B
  2. A
  3. B
  4. C
  5. C
  6. A
  7. A
  8. B
  9. A
  10. A
  11. A
  12. A
  13. A
  14. B
  15. B
  16. A
  17. B
  18. B
  19. A
  20. B
  21. B
  22. A
  23. C
  24. A
  25. B
  26. C
  27. C
  28. A
  29. B
  30. A
  31. D
  32. D
  33. C
  34. B
  35. A
  36. D
  37. A
  38. B
  39. B
  40. C
  41. C
  42. C
  43. C
  44. C
  45. D
  46. C
  47. C
  48. C
  49. A
  50. C
  51. A
  52. A
  53. A
  54. C
  55. C
  56. A
  57. A
  58. A
  59. C
  60. B
  61. C
  62. B
  63. D
  64. A
  65. C
  66. A
  67. C
  68. C
  69. A
  70. D
  71. A
  72. B
  73. B
  74. B
  75. C
  76. D
  77. A
  78. A
  79. C
  80. B
  81. C
  82. C
  83. A
  84. B
  85. B
  86. C
  87. B
  88. D
  89. A
  90. A
  91. B
  92. C
  93. B
  94. C
  95. A
  96. B
  97. B
  98. C
  99. B
  100. B

 

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