Which of the following factor is incorrect for the low levels of immune response during Plasmodium infection?

(1) Different types of antigens are expressed at varying stages of Plasmodium life cycle

(2) The stages during its life cycle are mostly intracellular

(3) The sporozoites of Plasmodium are rapidly cleared from blood circulation

(4) Plasmodium infection primarily destroys the macrophages and dendritic cells present in blood

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Mathc the following columns

Column l

Column ll

A. Psychotropic drug

B. Sedative

C. Opiates

D. Stimulants

E. Hallucinogens

1. Cocaine

2. LSD

3. Barbiturates

4. Morphine

5. Pimozide

     A   B   C   D   E
(a) 5   3   4   1    2
(b) 5   2   1   4    3
(c) 2   5   4   1    2
(d) 4   3   4   2    1      

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Short-lived immunity acquired from mother to foetus placenta or through mother's milk to the infant is categorised as

1. cellular immunity
2. innate non-specific immunity
3. active immunity
4. passive immunity

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A drug addict showed symptoms such as increased appetite, chest pain, redness of eyes, increased urination. He was possibly taking 
(1) Cannabis compounds

(2) LSD

(3) cocaine

(4) amphetamines

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The disease caused by Leishmania and transmitted by Phlebotomus is 
(1) African sleeping sickness

(2) Amoebic dysentry 

(3) Kala-azar fever

(4) Chaga's disease

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The drugs, which do not develop physiological dependence is 

(1) sedative and tranqualisers

(2) stimulation cocaine

(3) Opiates

(4) hallucinogens 

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Which type of immunoglobulin is/are abundantly found in foetus?

(1) lgE

(2) IgG

(3) IgM

(4) IgD

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Human Immuno Virus (HIV) contain a protein coat and genetic material and is horse chestnut shaped

(1) double-stranded DNA

(2) single-stranded DNA

(3) single-stranded RNA

(4) double-stranded RNA

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Typhoid fever is caused by a species of 

1. Streptococcus

2. Staphylococcus 

3. Salmonella

4. Mycobacterium 

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HIV is a member of a group of viruses called

1. bacteriophages

2. geminiviruses

3. lysogenic viruses

4. retroviruses

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