Bt cotton is not
1. a GM plant                                           
2. insect resistant
3. a bacterial gene expressing system 
4. resistant to all pesticides

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C-peptide of human insulin is

1. a part of mature insulin molecule
2. responsible for the formation of disulphide bridges
3. removed during maturation of pro-insulin to insulin
4. responsible for its biological activity

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GEAC stands for

1. Genome Engineering Action Committee
2. Ground Environment Action Committee
3. Genetic Engineering Approval Committee
4. Genetic and Environment Approval Committee

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α-1 antitrypsin is
1. an antacid                           
2. an enzyme
3. used to treat arthritis       
4. used to treat emphysema

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A probe, which is a molecule, used to locate homologous sequences in a mixture of DNA or RNA molecules could be:
1. an ssRNA         
2. an ssDNA
3. either RNA or DNA               
4. can be ssDNA but not ssRNA

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Choose the correct option regarding Retrovirus:

1. a RNA virus that can synthesis DNA during infection
2. a DNA virus that synthesises RNA during infection
3. a ssDNA virus
4. a dsRNA virus
 

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The site of production of ADA in the body is:

1. erythrocytes                               

2. lymphocytes                         

3. blood plasma                             

4. osteocytes

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A protoxin is
1. a primitive toxin                         
2. a denatured toxin
3. toxin produced by Protozoa     
4. inactive toxin

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Pathophysiology is the

1. study of physiology of pathogen
2. study of normal physiology of host
3. study of altered physiology of host
4. None of the above

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The trigger for activation of toxin of Bacillus thuringiensis is

1. acidic pH of stomach
2. high temperature
3. alkaline pH of gut
4. mechanical action in the insect gut

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