NEET Practice Questions - Zoology - Human Health and Disease

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    Human Health and Disease

The major histocompatibility complex is a :
1. series of complement-enhanced reactions to antigens
2. group of antigens, coded by a family of genes, on the surface of body cells
3. form of autoimmunity 
4. the major cause of cancer 

Malignant tertain malaria is caused by Plasmodium :
1. Vivax
2. ovale
3. malariae
4. falciparum

The pathogens responsible for causing elephantiasis are transmitted to a healthy person through:
1. Droplet
2. Female mosquito vector 
3. Contaminated food and water 
4. Sexual contact 

Interferons are secreted by:
1. Liver
2. Spleen
3. Virus infected cells
4. Lymphocytes


The type of immunity responsible for graft rejection by a recipient body is 
1. Innate immunity 
2. Humoral immunity 
3. Cell mediated immunity 
4. Either 2 or 3 

Which of the following is used in the production of the recombinant Hepatitits B vaccine?
(a) Yeast
(b) Microsporum 
(c) E coli
(d) Streptococcus

The class of antibodies involved in the allergic reaction is:
1. Ig A
2. Ig D
3. Ig E
4. Ig G

The immune-deficiency becomes marked once the HIV starts destroying 
1. Macrophages
2. T helper cells
3. B lymphocytes
4. Natural killer cells 

The cells of the malignant tumors exhibit 
1. Metastasis 
2. Contact inhibition 
3. High differentiation 
4. Slow proliferation 

The receptors for opioids are found in :
1. GIT and CNS
2. CNS and CVS
3. CVS and GIT
4. GIT and Urinary system