Match Column - 1 with Column - II and select the correct option from given codes.
Column I                               Column - II
A. Brassica                           (i) Himgiri
B. Okra                                (ii) Pusa Komal
C. Wheat                              (iii) Pusa Gaurav
D. Cowpea                            (iv) Pusa Sawani

(1) A- (iii), B- (iV), C- (i), D- (ii)

(2) A- (i), B- (iii), C- (ii), D- (iv)

(3) A- (iv), B- (iii), C- (i), D- (ii)

(4) A- (ii), B- (iv), C- (i), D- (iii)

Subtopic:  Breeding for Disease Resistance (OLD NCERT) | Insect & Pest Resistance (OLD NCERT) |
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AIIMS - 2015
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The number of chromosomes present in the cells of the bread wheat, Triticum aestivum suggests that it is

(1) hexaploid

(2) diploid

(3) tetraploid

(4) pentaploid

Subtopic:  Impact: Green Revolution (OLD NCERT) |
 57%
AIIMS - 2016
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Which one of the following methods is commonly used to maintain the genetic traits of a given plant ?

(1) By propogating through seed germination

(2) By propogating through vegetative multiplication

(3) By generating hybrids through intergeneric pollination

(4) By treating the seeds with gamma radiations 

Subtopic:  Plant Breeding & Its Steps (OLD NCERT) |
 59%
AIIMS - 2017
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Identify the correct matches for crops and their improved varieties

     Crops                  Varieties                      Disease

(1) Wheat                Karan rai                    White rust

(2) Cauliflower        Pusa Shubhna              Leaf and stripe rust

(3) Cowpea              Pusa Koma                 Hill bunt

(4) Chill                Pusa Sadabahar            Tobacco mosaic virus and leaf curl

Subtopic:  Breeding for Disease Resistance (OLD NCERT) |
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AIIMS - 2017
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In callus culture, shoots can be included by the supply of

1. auxin and no cytokinin
2. higher concentration of auxin and lower concentration of cytokinin
3. Higher concentration of cytokinin and lower concentration of auxin
4. Both auxin and cytokinin in equal amounts
Subtopic:  Plant Tissue Culture |
 53%
AIIMS - 2016
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Pollorum disease in fowls is caused by

(1) Salmonella

(2) Clostridium

(3) Hemophilus

(4) Mycobacterium

Subtopic:  Animal Husbandry (OLD NCERT) |
AIIMS - 2013
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One of these protozoans is threat to apiculture and sericulture

(1) Eimeria

(2) Ceratium

(3) Nosema

(4) Monocystis

Subtopic:  Animal Husbandry (OLD NCERT) |
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AIIMS - 2011
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The callus is defined as

(1) decaying cells

(2) differentiated cells

(3) sterile mass cells

(4) undifferentiated mass of cells

Subtopic:  Plant Tissue Culture |
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AIIMS - 2010
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Tritical is obtained by crossing wheat with

1. oat

2. barley

3. maize

4. rye

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AIIMS - 2010
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Genetically engineered bovine (bST), sometimes called rbST (recombinant bovine somatotropin) or rbGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone) are used in the.

(1) therapeutic drugs

(2) agriculture

(3) dairy industry

(4) DNA fingerprinting

Subtopic:  Animal Husbandry (OLD NCERT) |
AIIMS - 2009
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