Solved Question Paper-CPMT Entrance exam

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Previous year Zoology solved question paper of CPMT entrance exam 2008. Important for all type medical exam preparation.

  1. Bruch’s membrane is found in—
    (A) Inner ear (B) Uvea of eye
    (C) Testes (D) Pancreas

    2. Which part of brain allows one side of brain to control opposite side of body ?
    (A) Midbrain (B) Medulla
    (C) Cerebellum (D) Pons

    3. Fetuin is found in—
    (A) Foetus (B) Liver
    (C) Spleen (D) None of these

    4. Hensen’s body is associated with—
    (A) Retina of eye (B) Organ of Corti
    (C) Heart (D) Skin

    5. Sensory receptor of warmth located principally at the lip of fingers is known as—
    (A) Ruffini’s corpuscles (B) Organ of Zuckerkandl
    (C) Organ of Giraldes (D) Weber’s organ

    6. Which of the following is basic amino acid ?
    (A) Alanine (B) Aspartic acid
    (C) Asparagine (D) Arginine

    7. Which of the following amino acid is sulphurbearing compound ?
    (A) Methionine (B) Alanine
    (C) Aspartic acid (D) Arginine

    8. Negri bodies are associated with—
    (A) Rabies (B) Typhoid
    (C) Tuberclosis (D) Hepatitis

    9. Schultze’s bundle is associated with—
    (A) Brain (B) Spinal cord
    (C) Heart (D) None of these

    10. Schlemm’s canal is present in—
    (A) Eye (B) Cochlea
    (C) Spinal cord (D) Vertebrae

    11. Capsule of Tenon is associated with—
    (A) Eyeball (B) Brain
    (C) Skin (D) Kidney

    12. Which of the following law is associated with the fact that anterior spinal nerve roots contain only motor fibres and posterior roots only sensory fibres ?
    (A) Magendie’s law (B) Bell’s law
    (C) Both (A) and (B) (D) None of these

    13. In birds—
    (A) Left oviduct and right aortic arch are present
    (B) Left oviduct and left aortic arch are present
    (C) Right oviduct, left ovary and right aortic arch are present
    (D) Left oviduct, left ovary and right aortic arch are present

    14. Ancestral amphibians were tetrapods that evolved during—
    (A) Devonian period (B) Carboniferous period
    (C) Jurassic period (D) Cretaceous period

    15. Community health services involves—
    (A) Control of communicable diseases (B) School and health education
    (C) Awareness of clean environment (D) All the above

    16. The active rolling over of endodermal and mesodermal cells from the embryo surface
    into the interior is defined as—
    (A) Ingression (B) Involution
    (C) Epiboly (D) Inversion

    17. The wall of heart is made up of—
    (A) Epicardium (B) Myocardium
    (C) Endocardium (D) All the above

    18. Genetic counsellors can identify heterozygous individuals by—
    (A) Height of individual (B) Colour of individual
    (C) Screening procedures (D) All the above

    19. Which of the following enzyme is secreted by intestinal mucosa that remain closely associated with the microvilli ?
    (A) Peptidase (B) Disaccharidase
    (C) Trypsin (D) Both (A) and (B)

    20. Which of the following is absorbed by intestinal mucosa by active transport ?
    (A) Galactose (B) Glucose
    (C) Fructose (D) Both (A) and (B)

    21. A starving person consumes first—
    (A) Body fats (B) Body proteins
    (C) Vitamins (D) Stored glycogen

    22. The functional unit of contractile system in striated muscle is—
    (A) Cross bridges (B) Sarcomeres
    (C) Myofibril (D) Z-band

    23. Globular proteins undergo structural changes in response to extremes of pH or temperature, is called—
    (A) Renaturation (B) Denaturation
    (C) Combination (D) Both (A) and (B)

    24. The study of relationships between size and shape is known as—
    (A) Allometry (B) Heterochrony
    (C) Isometry (D) Allochrony

    25. A localised tumour covered by connective tissue is called—
    (A) Metastasis (B) Neoplasm
    (C) Benign tumour (D) Malignant tumour

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