Practice Test

Q1) Who is the father of green revolution in India ? Show Answer

Q2) All early civilizations were primarily based on plants of Show Answer

Q3) Bread wheat is Show Answer

Q4) Millets are nutritious but their bread making capacity is poor because they Show Answer

Q5) Crop which has largest area under cultivation in India is Show Answer

Q6) IR 8, a variety of rice was introduced from Show Answer

Q7) Reimei is Show Answer

Q8) The term plantains refer to Show Answer

Q9) The most nutritious of all the fruits among following is Show Answer

Q10) Cotton fibres are epidermal growth of Show Answer

Q11) Which of the following is the most valuable foreign exchange earner best fibre plant of India ? Show Answer

Q12) Saffron is produced from Show Answer

Q13) Amber is Show Answer

Q14) Richest source of protein amongst the following is : Show Answer

Q15) Substitute milk is prepared from Show Answer

Q16) 'Golden rice' is rich in Show Answer

Q17) Kattha is obtained from Show Answer

Q18) Cork is obtained from Show Answer

Q19) Major source of sugar is Show Answer

Q20) Morphine obtained from opium is Show Answer

Q21) With reference to human nutrition, consider the following statements.
(I) Milk is a source of phosphorus.
(II) Groundnuts provide iron.
(III) Folic acid can be obtained from sprouted pulses.
(IV) Vitamin-E is available in green leafy vegetables.
Which of these statements are corrects ? Show Answer

Q22) Arrange the following in ascending order to calorific content per 100 g and choose the correct answer.
(I) banana
(II) sugar
(III) rice
(IV) potato Show Answer

The wood produced by gymnosperms is commercially known as 'soft wood'.
The wood of gymnosperms is soft in nature. Show Answer

Pulses contain high amount of protein and low amount of carbohydrate and fats.
Pulses belong to family-Leguminosae. Show Answer