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1.When prospective neuroectoderm from an early amphibian gastrula is transplanted in the prospective epidermal region of a recipient (early gastrula) embryo, the donor tissue will give rise to
2.Hawk's retina possesses a large number of
Temperature dependent sex determination is observed in
4. HDL is synthesized and secreted from
4. All the following processes occur rapidly in the membrane lipid bilayer except
Which of the following phospholipids is localized to a greater extent in the outer leaflet of the membrane lipid bilayer?
Most of the animals living in warm and humid climate possess dark pigmentation
Least concentration of urea present in
Manifestation of masculin pattern in females due to hormonal effects is known as
Ontogenically origin of liver and pancreas is
The lymph differs from the blood in having
Blind spot does not contain
Which of the following belongs to the class of Pepsin and trypsin
Papillary muscles are found in
The respiration rate is lowest during
To store blood for future transfusion some anticoagulant is added it can be
The artery can be distinguished from the vein in having
Transference of energy in animal cell is in the form of
External ear contains a hard, flexible structure composed of
Meeting point of all metabolic pathway is
Red Blood corpuscles don’t have nucleus in
The KDEL sequence, found on luminal proteins of the ER, is responsible for
All of the following statements about the fluid mosaic model of biological membranes are true EXCEPT
Which of the following methods could be most readily employed to identify tryptophan?
A major advantage of monoclonal antibodies compared to polyclonal antibodies is that monoclonal antibodies
This Sample Question Paper as per New Pattern will contain 25 Multiple questions on life sciences for CSIR NET 2011. Below eachquestion, four alternatives or responses are given. Only one of these alternatives is the "CORRECT‟ answer to the question.
CSIR UGC NET Life Sciences
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