Practice Test


1) The prenatal techinque to determine the genetic disorders in a foetus is called:


2) Infant mortality in India is:


3) Replacement rate is estimated to be:


4) According to 2001 census, India's population was:


5) In India, first census was conducted in:


6) "Theory of four humors" was proposed by:


7) Population explosion' being witnessed is mainly due to:


8) Conversion of a specialized cell into an unspecialized embryonic type of cell is referred to as:


9) Growth of a cell occurs during:


10) Which one of the following can regenerate its limb if lost by accident?


11) Regeneration in which animal was discovered for the first time?


12) Which one of the following organs has high degree of power of regeneration?


13) Ageing is caused by disappearance of:


14) Number of renal glomeruli is reduced to about half in human being:


15) Senescence means:


16) It has been observed among kidney donors that the only kidney in the body enlarges and performs the function of lost kidney. This phenomenon is called:


17) Protein which plays a significant role in ageing is:


18) When the reserve food material is utilized in the body, the process is called:


19) The branch of developmental biology which deals with the study of ageing is called:


20) During differentiation, cells with the same DNA:


21) Capacity for regeneration is maximum in:


22) The gland that shows atrophy and degenerates with the advancement of age and disappears by middle age is:


23) Life span of an organism depends on rate of:


24) Growth of higher animal body takes place by the addition of:


25) Which of the following shows autotomy?


26) A lost leg cannot be regenerated by:


27) When whole body is formed from a body segment, it is called:


28) Father of gerontology is:


29) A bud-like structure formed at the end of cut limb of salamander is:


30) Prefunctional development occurs in:


31) Reserve cells in human body occur in:


32) When growth takes place only by increase in volume of existing cells, it is called:


33) An accretionary growth is due to:


34) Reserve cells which can transform into any cell type and help to replace the dead cells of body are called:


35) Growth curve of higher animals is:


36) Enzyme which becomes more active in aged person is:


37) At death, pupil:


38) Which of the following is most convincing reason for increasing population growth in a country?


39) Certain characteristic demographic features of developing countries are:


40) Oral contraceptives are prescribed in females to check:


41) Which of the following is the most sparsely populated state in India?


42) The formula for exponential population growth is:


43) Write one of the following correctly matches Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) with its pathogen?


44) Which one of the following statements is incorrect about mensturation?


45) Which one of the following is true during ageing?


46) In human beings the growth in height becomes nearly constant after the age of:


47) Which one of the following statements is correct with reference to a test tube baby?


48) The science of ageing is called:


49) Ageing in many mammals including man may be due to:


50) Degenerative changes occur during:


51) As a person becomes old, a degenerative process sets in the body which causes:


52) The growth in an animal includes:


53) The growth rate in most of the animals is:


54) The pigment of ageing is:


55) With the advancement of age, hair of males start thinning due to:


56) Most accepted theory of ageing is:


57) Growth rate in childhood is controlled by:


58) Which is not connected with theory of ageing?


59) Growth is irreversible process found at:


60) In animals chalones are substance responsible for:


61) Growth in living being is called:


62) If Hydra is broken into pieces:


63) Formation of whole body from a fragment is:


64) The correct sequence of growth curve for bacteria is:


65) Semilog of per minute growing bacteria is plotted against time. What will be shape of graph?


66) Senescence is inhibited by:


67) In which phase proteins for spindle fibre formation are synthesized?


68) Maximum life span of dog in years is:


69) In the somatic cell cycle:


70) Four healthy people in their twenties got involved in injuries resulting in damage and death of a few cells of the following. Which of the cells are least likely to be replaced by living cells?


71) Based on cellular mechanisms there are two major types of regeneration found in the animals. Which one of the following is the correct example of the type mentioned?


72) Ageing of an animal body is associated with deterioration in its:


73) The modern idea about ageing is that our body slowly loses the power of defence against the invasion of germs and pathogens, this process starts by the disappearance of which organ?


74) Which endocrine gland becomes inactive in old age?


75) A population can grow exponentially?


76) Which of the following does not directly affect biotic potential?


77) The prenatal diagnostic technique is known as:


78) At the current rate of growth, human population is doubling itself every:


79) Preventive birth control measure is:


80) Tubectomy, a method of population control, is performed on:


81) When natality is balanced by mortality. There will be:


82) In mammals during prenatal period considerable growth occur during which period?


83) How much cells of skin are lost by adult human per day?


84) The transition from a larval to an adult stage is called:


85) Post-embryonic developments are characterized by:


86) Lens cells grow by multiplication, the cardiac muscles grow by:


87) Which of the following is involved in growth?


88) At the age between 14 - 16 maximum increase in height takes place in:


89) If the growth occurs due to increase in volume of individual cells it is termed:


90) Which of the following play vital role in the cell proliferation in the development of limbs in chicks?


91) Growth rate of growing tissue depends upon:


92) Which of the following show very low regenerative ability?


93) Birds do not have any power of regeneration except beak. Mammals cannot regenerate the lost limb, how can they replace to a limted capacity?


94) Proliferation of cells of regeneration blastema of newt's amputated limb is dependent on nerve fibres. It is thought that the neuron release trophic factors such as:


95) During regeneration. Which of the following play vital role in mitosis of dividing cells?


96) Life span of tiger is 25 years, what is the life span of champanzee?


97) Which of the following has a life span of about 118 years?


98) With age, size of heart:


99) At what age personality of a person becomes stable?


100) Which of the following theory is related with ageing?


101) Select the statement(s) that relate to reproductive health -


102) Choose the correct statements -
(I) According to the WHO, reproductive health is total well-being in the physical, social, and emotional, behavioural aspects of reproduction
(II) According to the WHO, reproductive health is total well being in the physical, social and emotional aspects of reproduction
(III) A reproductively healthy society has people with physically and functionally normal reproductive organs
(IV) Reproductively helathy societies have abnormal sex-related emotional and behavioural interactions


103) When were family planning programmes initiated in India ?


104) What is the full form of RCH ?


105) Reproductive health in society can be improved by -
(I) Introduction of sex education in schools
(II) Increased medical assistance
(III) Awareness about contraception and STDs
(IV) Equal opportunities to male and female child
(V) Ban on amniocentesis for sex determination
(VI) Encouraging myths and miconceptions


106) What is amniocentesis ?
(I) A pre-natal, foetal determination test
(II) A post-natal foetal determination test
(III) It is based on the chromosomal pattern of the amniotic fluid
(IV) It is based on chromosomal pattern of the chorionic fluid
(V) It is based on the chromosomal pattern of the amniotic fluid and the seminal fluid


107) Where was 'Saheli' developed ?


108) What is the approximate world population according to the May 2000 census ?


109) What is the approximate Indian population according to the May 2000 census ?


110) (I) Rapid decline is death rate.
(II) Rapid incease in MMR and IMR
(III) Rapid decline in MMR and IMR
(IV) Increase in number of people in the reproductive age group
(V) Rapid increase in the death rate
What are the causes of higher population growth ?


111) What was the growth rate according to the 2001 census report ?


112) What does the slogan "Hum Do Hamare Do" aim at ?


113) What is the marriageable age for the females and males in India ?


114) What is true for an ideal contraceptive ?
(I) It should be user-friendly
(II) It should be easily available
(III) It should be ineffective and reversible with least side effects
(IV) It should be effective and reversible with least side effects
(V) It should interfere with the sexual act of the user


115) What is true of natural methods of contraception ?


116) On which days of the menstrual cycle is ovulation expected ?


117) What is the method called where the male withdraws his penis just before ejaculation ?


118) What is true for "Lactational amenorrhoea" ?
(I) It means absence of menstruation
(II) Ovulation does not occur during the lactational period
(III) Chances of failure of contraception are almost nil upto six months following parturition
(IV) Side effects are almost nil
(V) Contraceptive efficiency reduces after the period of intense lactation
(VI) it is natural method of contraception
(VII) It increases phagocytosis of sperms


119) Barrier methods are available for -


120) Condoms -


121) Condoms are barrier that cover -


122) Nirodh is a popular brand of -


123) (I) Male condoms are disposable, female condoms are not.
(II) Male and female condoms, both, are disposable
(III) Condoms are not disposable in general
(IV) Condoms cannot be self - inserted
What is true from the above statements ?


124) Diaphragms, cervical caps and vaults are -


125) What is the full form of IUDs ?


126) What is true for IUDs ?
(I) They are self-inserted
(II) They are inserted by expert nurses
(III) They may be non-medicated IUDs, copper releasing IUDs or hormone releasing IUDs
(IV) They are the one of the most widely accepted contraceptive in India
(V) They are inter-uterine devices


127) Column I :
A - Lippes loop
B - Multiload 375
C - CuT
D - Cu7
E - LNG - 20
F - Progestasert

Column II :
(I) - Non-medicated IUDs
(II) - Hormone releasing IUDs
(III) Copper releasing IUDs


128) IUDs -
I - Increase phagocytosis of sperms
II - Release Cu ions that suppress sperm motility and fertilising capacity of sperms
III - Make the uterus unsuitable for implantation
IV - Make the cervix hostile to sperms
V - Prevent semen from entering the female reproductive tract


129) Oral contraceptive pills are composed of -


130) Pills -
(I) Inhibit ovulation and implantation
(II) Alter the quality of cervical mucus to prevent or retard the entry of sperms
(III) Prevent the ejaculated semen from entering the female vagina
(IV) Inhibit spermatogenesis


131) What is true about "Saheli" ?
(I) Developed at the CDRI, Lucknow
(II) Contains a steroidal preparation
(III) 'Once-a-week' pill
(IV) Many side effects
(V) High contraceptive value
(VI) Very few side effects
(VII) Low contraceptive value


132) Pills, implants and IUDs are very effective if taken within __ of coitus.


133) What is true for surgical methods ?
(I) Also called sterilisation
(II) Terminal method of contraception
(III) Block gamete transport
(IV) Called vasectomy in females and tubectomy in males
(V) High reversibility and contraceptive efficiency
(VI) High contraceptive efficiency


134) Sterilisation in males is __ and in females is __.


135) MTP is -


136) MTP was legalised in India in -


137) MTPs are considered relatively safe during the __ trimester, __ trimester abortions are much riskier.


138) MTP is practised mainly to -


139) Choose the correct option -
(I) RTI - Reproductive Tract Infections
(II) VD - Venereal Diseases
(III) STD - Sexually Transmitted Diseases
(IV) IVF - Intra Vaginal Transfer


140) Which of the sets of diseases are completely curable if detected early ?


141) STDs lead to -


142) People especially vulnerable to STDs are in the age group -


143) To avoid transmission of STDs -
(I) Avoid sex with multiple partners
(II) Always have unprotected sex
(III)Use condoms during coitus
(IV) Avoid sex with unknown partners
(V) Avoid sharing of needles


144) Column 1 :
(I) Zygote Inter-Fallopian Transfer
(II) Gamete Intra Fallopian Transfer
(III) Zygote Intra Fallopian Transfer
(IV) Inter Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection
(V) Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection
Column 2 :
A - ZIFT
B - ICSI
C - GIFT


145) Column 1 :
(A) Coitus Interruptus
(B) LNG - 20
(C) Diaphragms
(D) Multiload 375
(E) Saheli
(F) Nirodh
(G) Sterilization
(H)Vasectomy
(I) CuT
Column 2 :
(I) Natural methods
(II) IUDs
(III) Barrier methods
(IV) Oral contraceptives


146) State which is true -
(I) Abortion could happen spontaneously too
(II) Infertility is the inability to produce viable offsprings due to defects in the female partner only
(III) Complete lactation could help in contraception
(IV) Creating awareness can help create a reproductive healthy society


147) Surgical methods of contraception prevent -


148) Which is true ?
(I) Generally MTP is safe during the first trimester
(II) Chances of contraception are nil until the mother breast-feeds the infant upto 2 years
(III) IUDs are very effective contraceptives
(IV) Pills may be taken upto one week after coitus to prevent conception.


149) 'Test tube " baby refers to -


150) Cu released by Cu Ts plays a role in -


151) What is false for GIFT ?


152) What is false for ZIFT ?


153) Using which contraceptive also provides protection from contracting STDs and AIDs ?


154) IUDs which are used by females.


155) Following statements are given regarding MTP. Choose the correct options given below :
(I) MTPs are generally advised during first trimester.
(II) MTPs are used as a contraceptive method
(III) MTPs are always surgical
(IV) MTPs require the assistance of qualified medical personnel


156) Which is the hormonal method of birth control ?


157) In amniocentesis, the following is examined


158) Which of the following is/are correct ?


159) Which of the following diseases is/are not completely curable ?


160) Gamete Intra - fallopian transfer is -


161) Which of the following is/are related to STDs ?


162) Birth control pills check ovulation in female by inhibiting the secretion of -


163) Natural methods of birth control include


164) Select the option which correctly fills up the blanks in the following statements :
(A) Destruction of embryo or foetus in the uterus is called __.
(B) Government of India legalised MTP in the year __.
(C) Natural family planning method is also called __.
(D) __ is a method in which the male partner withdraws his penis from vagina just before ejaculation.
(E) __ is the copper releasing and ___ is a hormone releasing intra uterine devices.


165) Identify the true statements from the below statements -
(I) There are many side effects of tubectomy and vasectomy
(II) Purpose of tubectomy is to prevent egg formation
(III) The most important component of the oral contraceptive pills is progesterone.
(IV) Contraceptive oral pills help in birth control by preventing ovulation
(V) Genital warts is a sexually transmitted disease caused by herpes virus.
(VI) In India, there is rapid decline in infant mortality rate and MMR.


166) Select the option which correctly fills up the blanks in the following statements :
(A) baby produced by conceiving in a culture dish and nursing in the uterus is called a __.
(B) Family planning programmes were initiated in __.
(C) Permanent methods of birth control are __ in male and __ in females.
(D) Embryo transplants are more useful in __ than in __.


167) Identify the false statements from the statements -
(I) Birth control pills are likely to cause cardiovascular problems
(II) A woman who substitute or takes the place of real mother to nurse the embryo is called surrogate mother
(III) Numerous children have been produced by invitro fertilization but with some abnormalities
(IV) Woman plays a key role in the continuity of the family and human species
(V) Foetal sex determination test should not be banned.


168) For imposing a check on increasing female foeticides


169) Present increase in India's population has not been due to decline in


170) The copper ions of IUDs


171) Progestasert and LNG-20 are


172) Tying up or removing a small part of fallopian duct is called


173) Read the following four statements and mark the option that has both correct statements -
(A) MTP has legalized in 1971
(B) Inability to concieve or produce children even after 2 years of unprotected sexual cohabitation is called infertility.
(C) Surgical method of contraceptive prevents gamete formation
(D) MTPs are relatively safe up to 12 weeks of pregnancy.


174) The family planning programme in India were initiated in


175) Following is a weekly oral contraceptive


176) India's population crossed 1 billion in


177) Mark the incorrect statement -


178) The diaphragm, cervical cap and vaults are


179) For delaying pregnancy or spacing children the ideal contraceptive is


180) Which of the following is the method of traditional contraception ?


181) To form embryo in vitro, the male gamete is transferred into female gamete directly. Such technique is called


182) The transfer of zygote or early embryo (up to 8 blastomere) into fallopian tube is


183) Which of the following statements is wrong ?


184) Which one of the following groups includes all sexually transmitted diseases ?


185) Which of the following cannot be detected in a developing foetus by amniocentesis ?


186) Which of the following is a hormone releasing intra Uterine Device (IUD) ?


187) Assisted reproductive technology, IVF involves transfer of


188) A contraceptive pill prevents ovulation by


189) Progestasert is an IUD which makes the uterus unsuitable and cervix hostile to the sperms as they are


190) Assisted Reproductive Technology does not include


191) A childless couple can be assisted to have a child through a technique called GIFT. The full form of the technique is


192) How many of the following statements is/are correct ?
(I) MTP has a significant role in population disease
(II) Government of India legalised MTP in 1951
(III) MTP is considered safer during second trimester
(IV) 45-50 billion MTP are performed in world in an year


193) In context of Amniocentesis, which of the following statement is incorrect ?


194) Which of the following approaches does not give the defined action of contraceptive ?


195) Which of the following is hormone releasing IUD ?


196) Which of the following is incorrect regarding vasectomy ?


197) Embryo with more than 16 blastomeres formed due to in vitro fertilization is transferred into -


198) Transfer of an ovum of a donor into the fallopian tube of a surrogate mother is


199) What are the various ways through which the reproductive health can be improved?
I. Education
II. Awareness
III. Encouraging myths
IV. Ban on amniocentesis


200) The permissible use of the technique amniocentesis is for


201) Find out the natural contraception methods
I. Implantation
II. Lactational (amenorrhoea)
III. Condoms
IV. Vasectomy
V. Tubectomy
VI. Sterilisation


202) “Theory of four humors” was proposed by:


203) Female condoms are called


204) NSEP stands for


205) Study of population trends is:


206) Find out sexually transmitted diseases among the given below
I. AIDS II. Syphilis
III. Gonorrhea IV. Malaria
V. Hepatitis-B VI. TB


207) What is the difference in oral contraceptives and hormonal implants?


208) ICSI stands for


209) CDRI is situated in


210) Find out the right aspects of lactational amenorrhoea
I. Ovulation do not occur during the lactational period
II. Chances of the failure of contraception are almost nil upto six months following parturition
III. Side effects are almost nil
IV. It is a natural method of contraception
V. It increases phagocytosis of sperms


211) ‘Population explosion’ being witnessed is mainly due to:


212) Maximum growth rate occurs in:


213) What is the purpose of surgical method of contraception?


214) Choose the WHO’s statement about reproductive health.
I. Healthy reproductive organs with normal functions.
II. Total well being of physical, emotional, behavioural and social aspects.
III. Free of all STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease)


215) Lactational amenorrhora is


216) Most thickly populated country is:


217) What is the use of condoms?


218) Amniocentesis is a technique to:


219) Test tube baby is a technique where:


220) In a population, the condition at which the rate of addition of new members is more than the rate of
individuals lost indicates:


221) Which oral contraceptive is developed by CDRI?


222) Identify the correct statements
I. Infertility is the inability to produce viable offsprings due to the defects in the female partner
II. Complete lactation helps in contraception
III. Spreading awareness can help to create a reproductively healthy society


223) What is true about ‘Saheli’?
I. Developed at CDRI, Lucknow
II. Contains a steroidal preparation
III. ‘Once-a-week’ pill
IV. Many side effects
V. High contraceptive value
VI. Very few side effects
VII. Low contraceptive value


224) Which of the following match is the correct?
I. STDs – Sexually Transmitted Diseases
II. VD – Venerable Disease
III. RTI – Reproductive Tract Infection


225) NFCP stands for


226) The technique called Gamete Intra Fallopian Transfer (GIFT) is recommanded for the females


227) IVF involves the fertilisation …A… the body followed by …B…


228) Greatest biological problems faced by human beings is:


229) Which one of the following is the most widely accepted method of contraception in India, as at present?


230) Common STD in India is


231) The prenatal technique to determine the genetic disorders in a foetus is called


232) What is correct about a test tube baby?


233) NLCP stands for


234) The main factor of population growth in India is:


235) Which of the following is a mechanical barrier used in birth control:


236) Copper-T prevents:


237) Find out the correct statement
I. Pills prevents ovulation of contraception technique
II. Copper-T prevents implantation
III. Vasectomy produces semen containing no sperm


238) Ist, 2nd, 3rd dose of DPT is given by
I. 6 weeks after birth
II. 10 weeks after birth
III. 14 weeks after birth
IV. 24 weeks after birth
V. 29 weeks after birth


239) Which hormone of the female body is suppressed by the oral contraceptive pills?


240) Growth curve is normally:


241) Which one of the following statements is incorrect about menstruation?


242) Which of the following birth control measures can be considered as the safest?


243) Sterilization method used in human beings is/are called


244) The first case of IVF-ET techniques success, was reported by:


245) Spermicidal cream used on the coating of condoms, diaphragms, cervical cap and vaults are


246) NMEP stands for


247) A national level approach to build up a reproductively healthy society was taken up in our country in:


248) Condition in which motility remains very less is


249) Diaphragms, cervical caps and vaults are


250) Detection technique for AIDS is


251) In delaying pregnancy or spacing among children, the ideal contraceptive is


252) Reproductive health is the well-being of


253) In female sterilization …A… is cut and tied. This process is called ….B… .
Fill correct option for A and B


254) Which of the following is most convincing reason for increase population growth in a country?


255) Difference between ZIFT and IUT lies in the


256) Progesterone in the contraceptive pill:


257) Ideal contraceptive should be
I. User-friendly
II. Easily available
III. Effective
IV. Interferring coitus
V. Expensive and effective


258) A woman who substitutes or takes the place of the real mother to nurse the embryo is called


259) Which of the following is wrongly matched?


260) Choose the correct causes for the population growth
I. Decline in death rate
II. Rapid increase in MMR and IMR
III. Rapid decline in MMR and IMR
IV. Increase in the number of people, in the reproductive age group
V. Rapid increase in the death rate


261) The loss of forests, urbanization and increasing pollution due to:


262) Find out the true statements for IUD
I. They are self-inserted
II. They are inserted by expert nurses
III. They may be non-medicated IUDs for example, copper releasing IUDs or hormone releasing IUDs
IV. They are inter uterine devices
V. Widely accepted in India


263) Later complications of STDs are
I. Pelvic inflammation disease
II. Abortion
III. Still birth
IV. Ectopic pregnancies
V. Infertility
VI. Cancer
Choose the correct combinations


264) Which of the following parameter of the population can be negative?


265) Condoms are made up of thin rubber/latex sheath which is used to cover


266) Choose the right one among the statements given below:


267) MTP is of much risk in the phase of the pregnancy


268) Which of the following cannot be detected in developing foetus by amniocentesis?


269) If the rate of addition of new members increases with respect to the individual host of the same
population, then the graph obtained has:


270) Replacement rate is estimated to be:


271) NCCP stands for


272) Given below the symptoms of a disease 'x' Infection in urinogenital tract, yellow discharge, fever,
headache, feeling of illness are the common symptoms. Identify (x)


273) Condoms are one of the most popular contraceptives because of the following reasons:


274) Which of the following is a technique of direct introduction of gametes into the oviduct:


275) Correct surgical method of contraception is


276) Infant mortality rate is minimum in:


277) Consider the statements given below regarding contraception and answer as directed there after:
(1) Medical termination of pregency (MTP) during first trimester is generally safe
(2) Generally chances of conception are nil until mother breast-feeds the infant upto two years
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(3) Intrauterine devices like copper-T are effective contraceptives
(4) Contraception pills may be taken upto one week after coitus to prevent conception
Which two of the above statements are correct?


278) Vitamin-E is also called


279) Choose the correct statement regarding the ZIFT procedure:


280) First dose of BCG vaccine is given at the time of


281) RCH stands for


282) Following statements are given regarding MTP. Choose the correct options given below:
i. MTPs are generally advised during first trimester
ii. MTPs are used as a contraception method
iii. MTPs are always surgical
iv. MTPs require the assistance of qualified medical personnel


283) Oral contraceptives have hormonal preparation of


284) …A… makes the uterus unsuitable for implantation and the cervix hostile to …B… . Find out the correct
option for A and B to complete the given NCERT statement


285) Reproductive health involves which of the following?


286) Match the given fertilisation methods (A-H) to their respective characteristic (I-VI)
I. Collected gametes are made to form the zygote in the laboratory
II. Zygote or early embryo with upto 8 blastomeres is transferred into the oviduct
III. Zygote with more than 8 blastomeres, is transferred into the uterus
IV. Fusion of the gametes in the female reproductive tract
V. Transfer of the ovum from a donor to the oviduct of the recipient
VI. Sperm is injected into the ovum, in vitro
A. GIFT B. ZIFT
C. AI D. ICSF
E. IUT F. IVF
G. IUI H. In vivo fertilisation


287) STDs caused by bacteria is/are


288) Which of the following method is used when male partner is unable to inseminate into the female partner
due to the low sperm count?


289) ZIFT stands for


290) What is the purpose of contraceptive pills?
I. They inhibit ovulation and implantation
II. They alter the quality of cervical mucous to prevent or retard the entry of sperms
III. They prevent the ejaculated semen from entering the female vagina
IV. They inhibit spermatogenesis


291) Scientific study of human population is called


292) Population explosion has occurred in the last:


293) When the 3rd booster and the 4th booster dose of tetanus is given to a child?


294) Administration of progesterone, progesterone oestrogen combination and IUDs are effective in


295) Which of the following disease is curable?
I. Hepatitis-B
II. HIV
III. Genital herpes


296) Oral contraceptives inhibits …A… and implantation as the well as quality of cervical …B…. to prevent the
entry of sperms.
Choose the correct option for A and B to complete the given statement of NCERT textbook


297) Coitus interruption is the withdrawl method of natural contraception.
This sentence is


298) NACO stands for


299) In the production of test tube babies :


300) Which of the following is the most sparsely populated state of India?


301) Indian population forms what percentage of world population?


302) Every ……. person is Indian in world


303) On which day, world population touched 5th billion?


304) Diaphragms are contraceptive devices used by the females. Choose the correct option from the statements
given below:
i. They are introduced into the uterus
ii. They are placed to cover the cervical region
iii. They act as physical barriers for sperm entry
iv. They act as spermicidal agents


305) From the sexually transmitted diseases mentioned below identity the one which does not specifically
affect the sex organs:


306) Family planning program was initiated in


307) Withdrawl method of natural contraception


308) MTP is being …A… to abort even normal fetuses. Specially when sex of the foetus is …B… .
Choose the correct option for A and B to complete the given NCERT statement


309) Example of copper releasing IUD is


310) Which is related to males?


311) Medical termination of Pregnancy (MTP) is considered safe up to how many weeks of pregnancy?


312) Identify the false statement regarding the techniques of contraception
I. There are many side effects of tubectomy and vasectomy
II. Purpose of tubectomy is to prevent egg formation
III. The most important component of the oral contraceptive pill is progesterone
IV. Contraceptive oral pills help in birth control by preventing ovulation


313) What measures should be taken to avoid the transmission of STD?
I. Avoid sex with unknown
II. Avoid sex with multiple partner
III. Do protected sex
IV. Avoid sharing needle


314) When MTP was legalized in India?


315) Injections and implants (the progesterone or progesterone oestrogen combination) are used by the
females under the


316) Higher population in cities is mainly due to:


317) Population explosion is


318) The most important component of contraceptive pills is:


319) In India, first census was conducted in:


320) Infertile couples can produce a baby with the help of


321) What is the function of copper T?


322) What was the world human population in 2000?


323) When the ovulation is expected in a normal menstrual cycle?


324) The best way to decrease population of a country is:


325) Oral polio vaccine and hepatitis first dose is given to a child at


326) Age for marriage in India is
Male Female


327) Which of the following techniques are used in IVF? I. ZIFT II. IUT III. ICSI IV. AI V. IUI


328) High increase in human population is due to:


329) According to 2001 census, Indian population was:


330) Chancroid is a sexually transmitted disease caused by:


331) STDs are also called


332) Which of the following given statements are not correct?
I. MTP was legalized in 1971
II. Inability to conceive or produce children even after two years of unprotected sexual cohabitation is
called infertility
III. Surgical method of contraception prevents gamete formation
IV. MTPs are relatively safe up to 20 weeks of pregnancy


333) Population explosion occurs due to


334) Zero growth means:


335) Population of India was approximately …… million at the time of independence


336) MTP helps in


337) Which of the following causes abortion in ladies?


338) Periodic abstinence is avoiding sex during


339) A method of birth control is:


340) July 11 is observed as:


341) Early symptoms of most STDs is
I. Itching
II. Fluid discharge
III. Slight pain
IV. Swelling
Choose the correct option


342) During which phase of the pregnancy MTP is safe?


343) Human population growth is:


344) In which condition of the uterus, fertilisation is impossible?


345) According to the …A… census report, the population growth rate was still around …B…, a rate at which our
population could double in …a… years.
Choose the correct option for A, B and C to complete the given NCERT statement


346) In male sterilization …A… is cut and tied. This process is called ….B… .
Fill correct option for A and B


347) Day of periodic abstinence is


348) One of the legal methods of birth control is:


349) Natural methods of contraception are the natural ways to


350) Progestasert and LNG-20 are the examples of


351) Identify the correct statements
i. Birth control pills are likely to cause cardiovascular problem
ii. A woman who substitutes or takes the place of the real mother to nurse to embryo is called surrogate
mother
iii. Numerous children have been produced by in vitro fertilisation but with some abnormalities
iv. Woman plays a key role in the continuity of the family and human species
v. Foetal sex determination test should not be banned


352) Pills have to be taken daily for period of …A… days. Starting preferably within first five days of menstrual
cycle?
After a gap of …B… days, it has to be repeated in the same pattern
Complete the given NCERT statement by filling up the blanks A and B


353) Amniocentesis is a process to


354) Secondary infertility is


355) What is false for GIFT?


356) Misuse of amniocentesis results in


357) Worlds AIDS day and world earth day are celebrated on


358) Copper releasing IUDs are used for suppressing the


359) ‘Hum Do Hamare Do’ slogan for encourages


360) The birth control device not used by women is:


361) Incidents of STD are very high among persons, in the age group of


362) Infant mortality in India is:


363) Full form of CDRI is


364) MTP stands for


365) IVF in which the early zygote with up to …A… blastomere is transferred to the Fallopian tube is called …B…


366) False statement about ZIFT is


367) In contraception, sperm motility decreases due to


368) What was the world human population in 2011?


369) “Saheli” contraceptive oral pill was developed at:


370) STDs caused by viruses are
I. AIDS
II. Hepatitis-B
III. Genital herpes


371) Artificial insemination mean:


372) Emergency contraceptives are effective if used within:


373) The number of organisms in population are added by:


374) India’s population in June 2011 was


375) The Test-tube Baby Programme employs which one of the following techniques?


376) Primary infertile patient is the person who;


377) IVF in which zygote with …A… then 8 blastomere is transferred into female body it is called …B… .


378) Indicators of the improved reproductive health of the society are


379) MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccine is given at


380) Amniocentesis is the detection of


381) Ovulation do not occur in lactational period because of


382) Hepatitis-B and HIV spreads through


383) Oral contraceptives are prescribed in females to check:


384) Which IUD increases the phagocytosis of the sperms within the uterus?


385) Example of the non-medicated IUD is


386) IUD stands for


387) In vivo fertilisation involves the fertilisation that takes place


388) Write one or the following correctly matched Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) with its pathogen?


389) Hormone releasing IUDS among the following are


390) Statement 1: Zero population growth should be achieved as early as possible to control human
population
Statement 2: This requires not two children per couple but a little more


391) Statement 1: One in every sex person in the world in an Indian
Statement 2: In India, there are more females than males


392) Statement 1: Use of condoms is a safeguard against AIDS and sexual diseases besides checking
pregnancy
Statement 2: Certain contraceptives are planted under the skin of the upper arm to prevent pregnancy


393) Statement 1: Over-population has become a serious problem in the developing countries
Statement 2: It do not exhaust natural resources, causes unemployment and pollution


394) Statement 1: Human population doubles after every 35 years as against 200 years in 1600-1800
Statement 2: Rapid increase is due to the better health facilities


395) Statement 1: Mother should be blamed for the birth of the girls in the family
Statement 2: Father is not responsible for the sex of the child


396) Statement 1: Amniocentesis is often misused
Statement 2: Amniocentesis is meant for determining the genetic disorders in the foetus, but it is being
used to determine the sex of the foetus, to kill the normal female foetus