Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production MCQs Mock Test of Class 12th Biology

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Q1. Sonalika and Kalyan Sona are varieties of:

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Q2. India’s w heat yield rStrategies for Enhancement in Food Production in the 1986s was possible primarily due to:

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Q3. The technique of fusion of the protoplasts from two different plant varieties is called?

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Q4. The species of Saccharum (sugarcane) originally grown in North India.is

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Q5. Which one of the following is a marine fish?

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Q6. The biggest constraint of plant breeding is

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Q7. What is antisense technology?

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Q8. Inbreeding is carried out in animal husbandry because it

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Q9. Which one of the following products of apiculture is used in cosmetics and polishes?

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Q10. Both in callus and suspension culture commonly used auxin is:

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Q11. The term ‘totipotency’ refers to the capacity of a

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Q12. The world’s highly prized wool yielding ‘Pashmina’ breed is :

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Q13. The use of certain chemicals and radiation to change the base sequences of genes of crop plants is termed

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Q14. In maize, hybrid vigour is exploited by

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Q15. Viral disease-free plants are obtained through

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Q16. A group of animals which are related by descent and share many similarities are referred to as:

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Q17. More than 70 percent of livestock population is in:

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Q18. Zoological name of Indian buffalo is:

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Q19. Protoplast is

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Q20. Breeding crops with higher levels of vitamins and minerals or higher protein and healthier fats is called?

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Q21. Which one of the following combination would a sugarcane farmer look for in the sugarcane crop?

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Q22. 33 % of India’s Gross Domestic Product comes from

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Q23. The best milk breed in the world is:

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Q24. Lysine and tryptophan are

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Q25. Microorganism used as biopesticides is

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Q26. A group of animals which are related by descent and share many similarities are referred to as

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Q27. Somatic hybridization can be done by:

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Q28. Which of the following can yield a completely haploid plant?

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Q29. Procedure between formation of plantlets in culture and establishment of seedlings in the field is called?

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Q30. A collection of all the alleles of all the genes : of a crop plant is called

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Q31. Sonalika and Kalyan Sona are varieties of:

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Q32. India’s w heat yield rStrategies for Enhancement in Food Production in the 1986s was possible primarily due to:

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Q33. Both in callus and suspension culture commonly used auxin is:

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Q34. The term ‘totipotency’ refers to the capacity of a

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Q35. The technique of fusion of the protoplasts from two different plant varieties is called?

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Q36. The species of Saccharum (sugarcane) originally grown in North India.is

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Q37. Which one of the following is a marine fish?

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Q38. The world’s highly prized wool yielding ‘Pashmina’ breed is :

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Q39. The use of certain chemicals and radiation to change the base sequences of genes of crop plants is termed

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Q40. In maize, hybrid vigour is exploited by

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Q41. The biggest constraint of plant breeding is

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Q42. What is antisense technology?

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Q43. Inbreeding is carried out in animal husbandry because it

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Q44. Which one of the following products of apiculture is used in cosmetics and polishes?

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Q45. Viral disease-free plants are obtained through

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Q46. A group of animals which are related by descent and share many similarities are referred to as:

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Q47. The best milk breed in the world is:

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Q48. Lysine and tryptophan are

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Q49. Microorganism used as biopesticides is

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Q50. A group of animals which are related by descent and share many similarities are referred to as

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