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(Academic Session : 2015 - 2016)

NEET-II BOOSTER COURSE
TARGET : PRE-MEDICAL - 2016
Test Type : PART TEST # 07 Test Pattern : NEET
TEST DATE : 09 - 07 - 2016
Important Instructions / egRoiw.kZ funsZ' k
Do not open this Test Booklet until you are asked to do so
bl ijh{kk iq fLrdk dks tc rd uk [kks y s a tc rd dgk u tk,s A
1. A seat marked with Reg. No. will be allotted to each student. The student should ensure that he/she occupies the correct seat
only. If any student is found to have occupied the seat of another student, both the students shall be removed from the examination
and shall have to accept any other penalty imposed upon them.
izR;sd fo|kFkhZ dk jftLVªs'ku ua- ds vuqlkj LFkku fu;r gS rFkk os vius fu;r LFkku ij gh cSBsaA ;fn dksbZ fo|kFkhZ fdlh nwljs fo|kFkhZ ds LFkku
ij cSBk ik;k x;k rks nksuksa fo|kfFkZ;ksa dks ijh{kk d{k ls ckgj dj fn;k tk,xk vkjS nksuksa dks dksbZ vU; tqekZuk Hkh Lohdk;Z gksxkA
2. Duration of Test is 3 Hours and Questions Paper Contains 180 Questions. The Max. Marks are 720.
ijh{kk dh vof/k 3 ?k.Vs gS rFkk iz'u i= esa 180 iz'u gSaA vf/kdre vad 720 gSaA
3. Student can not use log tables and calculators or any other material in the examination hall.
fo|kFkhZ ijh{kk d{k esa yksx Vscy] dsYdwyVs j ;k fdlh vU; lkexzh dk mi;ksx ugha dj ldrk gAS
4. Student must abide by the instructions issued during the examination, by the invigilators or the centre incharge.
ijh{kk ds le; fo|kFkhZ dks ifjoh{kd }kjk fn;s x;s funsZ'kksa dh ikyuk djuk vko';d gSA
5. Before attempting the question paper ensure that it contains all the pages and that no question is missing.
iz'u i= gy djus ls igys fo|kFkhZ vk'oLr gks tk, fd blesa lHkh ist layXu gSa vFkok ughaA
6. Each correct answer carries 4 marks, while 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. Guessing of answer is harmful.
izR;sd lgh mÙkj ds 4 vad gSaA iz R;s d xyr mÙkj ij 1 va d dkV fy;k tk,xkA mÙkj dks vuqeku ls Hkjuk gkfudkjd gks ldrk gAS
7. A candidate has to write his / her answers in the OMR sheet by darkening the appropriate bubble with the help of Blue / Black Ball
Point Pen only as the correct answer(s) of the question attempted.
ijh{kkFkhZ dks gy fd;s x;s iz'u dk mÙkj OMR mÙkj iqfLrdk esa lgh LFkku ij ds oy uhys @ dkys ckW y ikWb UV isu ds }kjk mfpr xksys dks xgjk
djds nsuk gSA
8. Use of Pencil is strictly prohibited.
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 x
1. A transverse wave is described by the equation 1. 
y  y0 sin 2 ft  
 
 x
y  y0 sin 2 ft   . The maximum particle 
 
velocity is equal to four times the wave velocity if :- 
:-

y 0 y 0 y 0 y 0
(1)   (2)   (1)   (2)  
4 2 4 2
(3) y0 (4) y0 (3) y0 (4) y0
2. The equation of a stationary wave is 2. 
 x   x 
y  0.8cos   sin 200 t y  0.8cos   sin 200 t
 20   20 
where x is in cm and t is in sec. The separtion 
x cm 
t sec. 
between consecutive nodes will be :- 
:-
(1) 20 cm (2) 10 cm (1) 20 cm (2) 10 cm
(3) 40 cm (4) 30 cm (3) 40 cm (4) 30 cm
3. Figure shows the wave y = Asin(t – kx).What 3. 
y = Asin(t – kx) 
is the magnitude of slope of the curved at B :- 
B 
:-
y y

O B O B x
x

 K  K
(1) (2) (3) KA (4) A (1) (2) (3) KA (4) A
A A A A
4. Two closed organ pipes of length 100 cm and 4. 
100 cm 
101 cm long give 16 beats in 20 sec when each 101 cm 
pipe is sounded in fundamental mode. Calculate 20 sec 
16    
velocity of sound :- :-
(1) 303 ms–1 (2) 332 ms–1 (1) 303 ms–1 (2) 332 ms–1
–1
(3) 323 ms–1 (4) 300 ms-1 (3) 323 ms (4) 300 ms-1
5. Two plane mirrors M1 and M2 have a length of 5. 
M1 
M2 
20 m 
20 m each and are 10 cm apart. A ray of light is 
10 cm 
incident on one end of mirror M2 at an angle of  M2  53° 
53°. The number of reflections light undergoes         
before reaching the other end is 
20 m M1 20 m M1

10 cm 53° 10 cm 53°

M2 M2
(1) 170 (2) 100 (3) 150 (4) 200 (1) 170 (2) 100 (3) 150 (4) 200

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6. A ray of light making an angle 10° with the 6. 
° 
horizontal is incident on a plane mirror making 
10° 
a angle  with the horizontal. What should be the  

value of  so that the reflected ray goes vertically 
:-
upwards :- (1) 20° (2) 30°
(1) 20° (2) 30° (3) 40° (4) 45° (3) 40° (4) 45°
7. A spherical mirror forms an erect image three 7. 
times the linear size of the object. If the distance    
between the object and the image is 80 cm, the  80 cm 
focal length of the mirror is :- (1) 15 cm (2) 25 cm
(1) 15 cm (2) 25 cm (3) 30 cm (4) 40 cm (3) 30 cm (4) 40 cm
8. The critical angle for total internal reflection of 8. I II 
light going from medium I to medium II is given
5
tan iC    
I 

5 9
by the relation tan iC  . The refractive index of
9  II 
:-
the medium I with respect to the medium II is :- (1) 1.8 (2) 1.6

156 106 156 106
(1) 1.8 (2) 1.6 (3) (4) (3) (4)
5 5 5 5
9. A beaker containing liquid is placed on a table, 9. 
underneath a microscope which can be moved 
along a vertical scale. The microscope is focused, 
through the liquid onto a mark on the table when 'a' 

the reading on the scale is a. 
'b' 

0 
'c' 'd' 
1
2 

0
1
2

M
(Mark)

It is next focused on the upper surface of the liquid
and the reading is b. More liquid is added and the M
observations are repeated, the corresponding (Mark)
readings are c and d. The refractive index of the
liquid is :-

bd bd bd bd
(1) (2) (1) (2)
d c ba d c ba d c ba d c ba

d –c– ba d–b d –c– ba d–b
(3) db (4) a  b  c  d (3) db (4) a  b  c  d

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In the given figure. light ray 10.5230 from the given data if µv = 1.  (1) m times (1) m  (2) (m + 1) times (2) (m + 1)  (3) (m – 1) times (3) (m – 1)  (4) m2 times (4) m2  1001CM370715007 H-3/35 .5230 and µr = 1.5)         perpendicular on one of the faces.  µr = 1. Calculate the dispersive power for crown glass 13.5 14.  i  that the total internal reflection takes place from  both the surface? µ1 = 2 µ1 = 2 i µ2 = 2 i µ2 = 2 µ3 = 3 µ3 = 3 (1) 30° (2) 45° (1) 30° (2) 45° (3) 60° (4) 75° (3) 60° (4) 75° 12.5145  (1) 2 (2) 3 (1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 0. What will be the minimum angle of incidence such 11.0164 (4) 2.0164 (4) 2.5) is an 12.5145.  :- (1) 60° (2) 120° (1) 60° (2) 120° (3) 90° (4) 20° (3) 90° (4) 20° 13.  µv = 1. The angle of  deviation of the ray is :. A ray of light is incident (µ = 1. An object is placed at a distance m times the focal 14. at water air interface. The size of the image  is shorter than that of the object by :. The cross-section of a prism (µ = 1.        equilateral triangle.  µg  :- n n air air water µw = 4/3 water µw = 4/3 glass glass i µg i µg 3 1 3 1 (1) 4 sin i (2) sin i (1) 4 sin i (2) sin i 4 4 (3) 3sin i (4) None of these (3) 3sin i (4)  11.  incident at critical angle then the value of µg is :.  m  length of a divergent lens.5 (3) 0. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 10.

If all donor atoms are active then  3  what will be resistivity at 200C if mobility of  200C  electron is 1200 cm2/volt-s ? 1200  2 / :– (1) 0.09 ohm cm (4) 520.5209  (2) 5. water (R. Also a current greater then 10 mA produces  10 mA  large joule heat and damages diode.3 (4) 20 (1) 6.3 (4) 20 16.9  19. In sample of pure silicon.67 (3) 33. then the refractive index of the material  :- of the lens is :- 9 14 9 14 (1) (2) (1) (2) 14 9 14 9 17 (3) 17 (4) None of these (3) (4)  9 9 17.209  (3) 52.I = 4/3) is filled. The optical  power of the system is (in diopters)  (1) 6. when silvered at its plane 16. Two planoconvex lenses each of focal length 15. 1013 atom/cm3 is mixed 18.67 (2) –6.  surface is equivalent to a concave mirror of focal  28 cm  length 28 cm. of 0. the series resistance to be put is:–  2V 2V R R (1) 3k (2) 300 k (1) 3k (2) 300 k (3) 300  (4) 200 k (3) 300  (4) 200 k H-4/35 1001CM370715007 .5 V across the diode which is independent of  0.  1013 of phosphorus. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 15.09  (4) 520.67 (3) 33. There is a drop 19. A 2V battery forward biases a diode. 2 V.209 ohm cm (1) 0. When its curved surface is silvered  and the plane surface is not silvered. Electric conduction in a semiconductor takes place 17. it is 10 cm   equivalent to a concave mirror of focal length  10 cm.67 (2) –6. 4/3)   The whole arrangement is in air.5209 ohm cm (2) 5. In the space left. :– due to :– (1)  (1) electrons only (2)  (2) holes only (3)  (3) both electrons and holes (4) neither electrons nor holes (4)   18. A planoconvex lens.9 ohm cm (3) 52. If diode is to be 5 mA   operated at 5 mA.5 V  current.    10 cm  10 cm and refractive index 3/2 are placed as  3/2  shown.

Ne (1) O2.75°C (3) –104. He 1001CM370715007 H-5/35 .  0°C of a gas will be half of its value at 0°C is :. The specific heat of the mixture of two gases at 24.   (1) –86. N2 (4) N2. He (3) He.25°C 22.  T1  T2  Which of the following is correct ?    P P T2 T2 T1 T1 V V (1) T1 > T2 (2) T1 = T2 (1) T1 > T2 (2) T1 = T2 (3) T1 < T2 (4) None (3) T1 < T2 (4) None 24.  :- T0 T0 T0 T0 (1) (2) (1) (2) 3 3 3 3 (3) 3T0 (4) 3T0 (3) 3T0 (4) 3T0 23.    13 13 constant volume is R. The respective 2   :- gases may be :.        volume of a gas at two temperatures T1 and T2. The adjoining figure shows graphs of pressure and 23.  I  :– 20 20 30 30 I I 20 5V 20 5V 5 5 5 5 (1) A (2) A (1) A (2) A 40 50 40 50 5 5 5 5 (3) A (4) A (3) A (4) A 10 20 10 20 21. The ratio of number of R  1: 6 6 moles of first gas to second is 1 : 2.4°C (2) –204.4°C (2) –204. (1) O2.75°C (4) –68.25°C (3) –104. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 20. Current I in the circuit will be :– 20. 22.75°C (1) –86. its final 3V 0   temperature becomes :.75°C (4) –68. A gas is found to obey the law P2V = constant. N2 (4) N2. N2 (2) He. The temperature at which root mean square speed 21. N2 (2) He. P2V =  The initial temperature and volume are T0 and V0. Ne (3) He. T0 V 0   If the gas expands to a volume 3V0 .

The temperature of body is increased from 27°C 30.  TA = 600 K. Six moles of an ideal gas performs a cycle shown 25. A carnot engine is made to work between 200°C 26. heat of water = 4. One kilogram of ice at 0°C is mixed with one 29.23°C (2) 1.  500  temperature of water at bottom if whole of energy  [ remains in water.  in figure. TC = 2200 K  TD = 1200 K  the work done per cycle is approximately :. TB = 800 TB = 800 K. The rise in 28. Water falls from height 500 m.2 KJ/kg] 4. Find the  net work done by gas :.02 °C 29. TC = 2200 K and TD = 1200 K.16°C (1) 0. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 25. If the temperatures are TA = 600 K. 1  ABCDEA  process ABCDEA as shown in diagram.  200°C  0°C  and 0°C first and then between 0°C and –200°C.5 (2) 1 : 1 (3) 1 : 2 (4) 1.23°C (2) 1.  :- P(N/m2) P(N/m2) B C B C 4 4 A A 2 2 1 D E 1 D E 1 2 3 V(m3) 1 2 3 V(m3 ) 3 1 3 1 (1) J (2) 1J (3) J (4) 0 J (1) J (2) 1J J (3) (4) 0 J 2 2 2 2 28. 0°C  1 kg  80°C   1 kg  kilogram of water at 80°C.  256 15 4 12 256 15 4 12 (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4) 81 9 5 27 81 9 5 27 H-6/35 1001CM370715007 .  :- (1) 1 : 1.  :- P P B C B C A D A D T T (1) 20 KJ (2) 30 KJ (3) 40 KJ (4) 60 KJ (1) 20 KJ (2) 30 KJ (3) 40 KJ (4) 60 KJ 26.73 : 1 27. will be [sp.73 : 1 (1) 1 : 1. Temperature of mixture           is (specific heat of water = 4200 J kg–1 K–1 and latent  = 4200 J kg–1 K–1  heat of ice = 336 KJ kg–1)   = 336 KJ kg–1) (1) 40°C (2) 60°C (3) 0°C (4) 50°C (1) 40°C (2) 60°C (3) 0°C (4) 50°C 30. then K.02 °C (3) 27°C (4) 1.2 KJ/kg] (1) 0.5 (2) 1 : 1 (3) 1 : 2 (4) 1. One mole of a monoatomic gas is carried along 27.  27°C 127°C  to 127°C the radiation emitted by it increases by            a factor of :.  0°C  –200°C      The ratio of efficiencies  2  of the engine in two        2  1   1  cases is :.16°C (3) 27°C (4) 1.

31.  3K.25  (3) 0.5 cm. The force in addition to its weight  required to lift the needle from water surface will  be (surface tension of water = 7.5  (2) Length 100 cm and diameter 1 mm (2)  100  1  (3) Length 200 cm and diameter 2 mm (3)  200  2  (4) Length 300 cm and diameter 3 mm (4)  300  3  35.5  (2) 2. 50°C  0°C  Temperature of junction is :. A fixed volume of iron is drawn into a wire of 35.5 N/cm) :– 7.  :- (1) Heat given (1) (2) The temperature raised (2) (3) The mass of body (3)  (4) None (4)  32. 50°C and 0°C. A beaker full of hot water is kept in a room.  80°C  it cools from 80°C to 75°C in t1 minutes.25  (4) 225  1001CM370715007 H-7/35 . Thermal capacity of a body depends on :. Three rods of same dimensions have thermal 32.        material.5  water is 1.    length .5 N/cm  (1) 22. :- (1) t1 = t2t3 (2) t1 < t2 = t3 (1) t1 = t2t3 (2) t1 < t2 = t3 (3) t1 < t2 < t3 (4) t1 > t2 > t3 (3) t1 < t2 < t3 (4) t1 > t2 > t3 34.25 N (1) 22. Which of these will have the largest  extension when the same tension is applied ?  (1) Length 50 cm and diameter 0.5 N (2) 2. The length of needle floating on the surface of 36. They are arranged  K  as shown with their ends at 100°C.5 mm (1)  50  0. The extension produced in this wire by  F  a constant force F is proportional to :–  :– 1 1 1 1 (1) (2) (3) 2 (4)  (1) (2) (3) 2 (4)  2  2  36. If 33. The following four wires are made of the same 34.  50°K 50°K 2K 2K 3K 3K 100°C 100°C K K 0°C 0°C 200 200 (1) 75°C (2) °C (1) 75°C (2) °C 3 3 100 100 (3) 40°C (4) °C (3) 40°C (4) °C 3 3 33. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 31.25 N (4) 225 N (3) 0.  100°C. 2K conductivities 3K. 2K and K.  1. from 75°C  t1  75°C 70°C t2  75°C to 70°C in t2 minutes and from 70°C to 65°C  70°C 65°C  t3  in t3 minutes then :.

Then agt sin  agt cos  the coefficient of viscosity of the thin film will be: (1) (2) v v agt sin  agt cos  (1) (2) v v v v (3) (4)  (3) agt sin  (4) None of these agt sin  41.  speed will be :–  :– (1) v (2) 2v (3) 4v (4) 8v (1) v (2) 2v (3) 4v (4) 8v 40. then new uniform  '2r'  . If the ball is changed  with another ball of radius '2r'. then the length h  45°  of the water column in the capillary becomes :–  :– h h h h (1) 2h (2) (3) (4) h 2 (1) 2h (2) (3) (4) h 2 2 2 2 2 39. A liquid flows through a horizontal tube. The surface 37. There is a thin  t   film of viscous fluid of   thickness 't' between the plane and the block. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 37. The difference in the levels of the h   liquid in the two vertical tubes is h.      capillary is tilted by an angle of 45°. Keeping temperature  T  constant. A cubical block of side 'a' and 40. The incorrect statement is :- h h A1 v1 A2 v2 A1 v1 A2 v2 (1) The volume of the liquid flowing through the (1)  A1v1 tube in unit time is A1v1  (2) v 2  v1  2gh (2) v 2  v1  2gh (3) v 22  v12  2gh (3) v 22  v12  2gh (4) The energy per unit mass of the liquid is the (4)  same in both sections of the tube. The 41. The radius of a soap bubble is r. If this 38.  H-8/35 1001CM370715007 . A copper ball of radius 'r' travels with a uniform 39.  velocities of the liquid in the two sections which  A1 A2  have areas of cross–section A1 and A2 are v1 and v1  v2  v2 respectively.   the energy necessary for this will be :–  :– (1) 24  r2 T (2) 8  r2 T (1) 24  r2 T (2) 8  r2 T 2 (3) 12  r T (4) 16  r2 T (3) 12  r2 T (4) 16  r2 T 38. 'r' 'v'  speed 'v' in a viscous fluid. the radius of the soap bubble is doubled.  r tension of soap solution is T.  a  density '' slides over a fixed  inclined plane with constant v velocity 'v'. Water rises in a capillary upto a height h.

but the mass of water  A  in A is four times that in B. P (1) Q. The ratio of the liquid B A B  thrust at the base of A to that at the base of B is :–  :– B B (1) 4 : 1 (2) 2 : 1 (1) 4 : 1 (2) 2 : 1 (3) 1 : 1 (4) 16 : 1 (3) 1 : 1 (4) 16 : 1 44. Which of the  following graphs represent the variation of :– (i)  (i) Gravitational force with time (ii)  (ii) Viscous force with time (iii)  (iii) Net force acting on the ball with time  F F P P Q Q R R O t O t (1) Q. its radius doubles. Q. Q 43. Q (3) P. Mass of the man is   :–  (1) 60 kg (2) 62 kg (1) 60  (2) 62  (3) 72 kg (4) 128 kg (3) 72  (4) 128  1001CM370715007 H-9/35 . P. Q. Q. The boat sinks by one  cm when a man gets on it. R (4) R. Two vessels A and B have the same base area and 43.  lake to the surface. R (4) R. When a large bubble rises from the bottom of a 44. P. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 42. P (3) P. A heavy spherical ball is dropped near surface in 42. P (2) R.  A  B  contain water to the same height. P (2) R. then the depth of lake is :–   :– (1) H (2) 2H (1) H (2) 2H (3) 7H (4) 8H (3) 7H (4) 8H 45.  2 metre is floating on a lake.  a long column of viscous liquid. If       atmospheric pressure is equal to that of column H of water height H. A boat having a length of 3 metre and breadth 45. R. R. Q.

48. 50. 49. The correct order of the O–O bond length in O2. 51.  decrease in :.  :- List I List II List I List II (species)  O . Which pair is different from the others :.  :- (1) N–N (2) F–F (1) N–N (2) F–F (3) C–C (4) O–O (3) C–C (4) O–O 50. O2. Which of the following statements is incorrect :.O angle  (species)  O .  :- (1) Bi5+ salts do not exist (1) Bi5+  (2) Pb4+ salts are good oxidising agents (2) Pb4+  (3) Sn4+ salts are good oxidising agents (3) Sn4+  (4) T+ salts are good oxidising agents (4) T+  H-10/35 1001CM370715007 .  :- (1) Li–Mg (2) B–Si (1) Li–Mg (2) B–Si (3) Be–Al (4) Li–Na (3) Be–Al (4) Li–Na 52. Which is amphoteric oxides ? 52.  :- (1) phenol (1)  (2) liquid HCl (2)  HCl  (3) water (3)  (4) liquid NH3 (4)  NH3  51. I  II  answer :. 53. :- (1) O2 > O3 > H2O2 (1) O2 > O3 > H2O2 (2) O3 > H2O2 > O2 (2) O3 > H2O2 > O2 (3) O2 > H2O2 > O3 (3) O2 > H2O2 > O3 (4) H2O2 > O3 > O2 (4) H2O2 > O3 > O2 49.  (1) BeO (2) SnO (1) BeO (2) SnO (3) ZnO (4) all of these (3) ZnO (4)  53.N . The hydrogen bond is not present in :.N . Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 46. When a chemical bond is formed. H2O2  O3  O–O  H2O2 and O3 is :. The molecule having highest bond energy is :. there is 46.O  (A) NO2 1 180 (A) NO2 1 180 (B) NO2 2 132 (B) NO2 2 132 (C) NO2 3 120 (C) NO2  3 120 (D) NO3  4 115 (D) NO3 4 115  5 109  5 109 A B C D A B C D (1) 5 4 3 2 (1) 5 4 3 2 (2) 5 2 4 3 (2) 5 2 4 3 (3) 1 2 4 3 (3) 1 2 4 3 (4) 1 4 3 2 (4) 1 4 3 2 48. :- (1) kinetic energy (2) potential energy (1)  (2)  (3) repulsive force (4) attractive force (3)  (4)  47. Match list I with list II and select the correct 47.

Mn(BO2)2 (3) B2O3. II (3) II.  'H2'  (1) Al + NaOH (2) Zn + NaOH (1) Al + NaOH (2) Zn + NaOH (3) Mg + NaOH (4) LiH + H2O (3) Mg + NaOH (4) LiH + H2O 1001CM370715007 H-11/35 . 10H2O   NaBO2 + (A) + H2O  (B). Mn(BO2)2 (2) Na2(BO2)2. (A) + MnO  :- (1) Na3BO3.  :- (1) N2O5 (2) N2O (1) N2O5 (2) N2O (3) NO2 (4) N2O3 (3) NO2 (4) N2O3 60. NaBH4 + BF3 (in ether)  I. Na2B4O7 . Which reaction is not feasible ? 58. (A)  (B)    (A) + MnO   (B). X is :. (A) and (B) are :. In the preparation of sulphuric acid. NaBH4 + I2  III. Select the correct order :. II (1) I. 10H2O   NaBO2 + (A) + H2O 56. III (2) I. Mn3(BO3)2 (2) Na2(BO2)2. NaBH4 + I2  II. 55. 59. Which of the following has peroxy linkage ? 54. III (4) I.  (1) H2S2O3 (2) H2SO5 (1) H2S2O3 (2) H2SO5 (3) H2S2O7 (4) H2S4O6 (3) H2S2O7 (4) H2S4O6 55. Which reactions can be used to prepare diborane :. Na2B4O7 . III (4) I. Which cannot be used to generate H2 ? 64. Mn(BO2)2 (4) none is correct (4)  57. X :- (1) N2O5 (2) NO2 (1) N2O5 (2) NO2 (3) NO (4) N2O3 (3) NO (4) N2O3 64. III (2) I. NaBH4 + BF3 ( )  II.  (1) 2KI + Br2  2KBr + I2 (1) 2KI + Br2  2KBr + I2 (2) 2KBr + I2  2KI + Br2 (2) 2KBr + I2  2KI + Br2 (3) 2KBr + Cl2  2KCl + Br2 (3) 2KBr + Cl2  2KCl + Br2 (4) 2H2O + 2F2  4HF + O2 (4) 2H2O + 2F2  4HF + O2 59. II  III   56. HNO3 + P4O10  4HPO3 + X . Percentage of lead in lead pencil is :. Mn3(BO3)2 (1) Na3BO3. 62. HNO3 + P4O10  4HPO3 + X . Fluorine reacts with water to produce :. The oxide which forms dimer is :. 63. BF3 + NaH  (1) I. 57. II and III (3) II. 60.  :- (1) HF + O2 + O3 (1) HF + O2 + O3 (2) HF + O2 (2) HF + O2 (3) HF + OF2 (3) HF + OF2 (4) HF + O3 (4) HF + O3 63. BF3 + NaH  III.  :- (1) S + O2  SO2 (1) S + O2  SO2 (2) SO2 + H2O  H2SO4 (2) SO2 + H2O  H2SO4 (3) 2SO2 + O2  2SO3 (3) 2SO2 + O2  2SO3 (4) none of these (4) 62.  :- I. :- (1) B < C < N < O – 'IP' (1) B < C < N < O – 'IP' (2) B < C < N < O – EN (2) B < C < N < O – EN (3) B < C < N < O – Size (3) B < C < N < O –  (4) B < C < N < O – EA (4) B < C < N < O – EA 61.  V2O5 in the reaction which is :. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 54. Mn(BO2)2 (3) B2O3. V2O5 is used 61.  :- (1) zero (2) 20 (3) 80 (4) 70 (1)  (2) 20 (3) 80 (4) 70 58.

) (2) H 2 O 2 / OH(aq. 67. X AlBr 2 Y Z . Which of the following compound does not give 66.  :-   H3 O H 3O (1) CH3–CH=CH2   (1) CH3–CH=CH2   (1) CH 3MgBr (1) CH 3MgBr (2) CH3–CH=O  (2) H2 O  (2) CH3–CH=O  (2) H 2 O  (1) BH 3 .) (4) None (4) None 68. X AlBr 2 Y (major) () NH2 OH NH2 OH (1) (2) (1) (2) Br Br Br Br O O = = C–NH2 NH2 C–NH2 NH2 Br Br Br Br (3) (4) (3) (4) Br Br Br Br 66.  :- O O ( H2+Pd H2+Pd (1) C6H 5–C–Cl (Rosenmund's reduction) (1) C6H 5–C–Cl BaSO4 ) BaSO4 50% KOH (2) C6H5CH=O   (Cannizzaro's reaction) 50% KOH (2) C6H5CH=O   ( ) (1) CrO3 in (AC) 2 O (3) C6H5–CH 3 (2) H O / H  (Etard reaction) 3 (1) CrO3 in (AC) 2 O (3) C6H5–CH(2) H O / H  ( ) 2 2 (4) C6H5NH2+CHCl3  KOH  (Hofmann's KOH (4) C6H5NH2+CHCl3   ( carbylamine reaction)  ) H-12/35 1001CM370715007 .    :.  alcohol on reduction :- O O (1) C–Cl (1) C–Cl O O (2) C–O–C2H5 (2) C–O–C2H5 O O O O (3) C–O–C (3) C–O–C O O (4) C–NH2 (4) C–NH2 67. 68. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 NH2 O NH2 O  Z . Z   CH3–C–Cl Br2 H3O CH3–C–Cl Br2 H3O 65.THF (1) BH 3 . Z is 65.THF (3) CH3–CH=CH2    (3) CH3–CH=CH2    (2) H 2 O 2 / OH(aq. Primary alcohol is mainly formed in :. Which of the following is not correctly matched :.

CH=O+CH3–CH2–CH=O  Product 71.   by :.  :- (1) Formation of X is Hofmann degradation (1)X  (2) Formation of Y is shotten Baummann reaction (2)Y   (3) X is more basic than Y (3)Y  X  (4) All (4) 70. P :- CH2–OH CH2–OH COOH CH=O COOH CH=O (1) (CH–OH)4 (2) (CH–OH)4 (1) (CH–OH)4 (2) (CH–OH)4 CH2–OH COOH CH2–OH COOH CH=O COOH CH=O COOH (3) (CH–OH)4 (4) (CH–OH)4 (3) (CH–OH)4 (4) (CH–OH)4 CH=O COOH CH=O COOH 1001CM370715007 H-13/35 . Br2 / H 2O (CH–OH)4   P.  :- (1) Sucrose : -D-Glucose and -D-Fructose (1) Sucrose : -D-Glucose and -D-Fructose (2) Bakelite : Formaldehyde and phenol (2) Bakelite : Formaldehyde and phenol (3) Lactose : -D-glucose and -D-galactose (3) Lactose : -D-glucose and -D-galactose (4) PHBV : -Hydroxy butyrate and (4) PHBV : -Hydroxy butyrate and -Hydroxy valerate -Hydroxy valerate OH(aq. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 O O O O Br2 C6H5–C–Cl Br2 C6H5–C–Cl 69.  :- (1) Tollen's reagent (2) NaHCO3 (1) Tollen's reagent (2) NaHCO3 (3) Litmus test (4) Na (3) Litmus test (4) Na 73. Br2 / H2O (CH–OH)4   P. 70. Incorrect match is :. 74. Formic acid and acetic acid can be distinguished 72.   (1) Nylon-2 Nylon-6 : Biodegradable polymer (1) -2 Nylon-6 :  (2) Decron : Polyester (2) Decron :  (3) BuNa–S : Elastomer (3) BuNa–S :  (4) Bakelite : Addition polymer (4) Bakelite :  CH=O CH=O 74.) 71. Which of the following is not true :. P is :. CH3–CH2–C–NH2 X Y 69.) OH(aq.  :- (1) CH=CH–CH2–CH=O (1) CH=CH–CH 2–CH=O CH3 CH3 (2) CH3–CH2–CH=C–CH=O (2) CH3–CH2–CH=C–CH=O (3) CH=C–CH=O (3) CH=C–CH=O CH3 CH3 (4) All (4) All 72. CH=O+CH3–CH2 –CH=O  Product Product which is not expected to be formed is :. CH3–CH2–C–NH2 X Y KOH(aq) KOH(aq) Which statement is true :. 73.

SN1  Cl Cl (1) (2) O Cl (1) (2) O Cl Cl Cl (3) (4) (CH3)3C–Cl (3) (4) (CH3)3C–Cl H-14/35 1001CM370715007 .  :- basic:. 80. 78. X :- (1) ZnCl (1) ZnCl 77. 75. + (H–CN+HCl)  (2) H 2 O 2 OH OH OH OH (1) (2) (1) (2) CN Cl CN Cl OH OH OH OH (3) (4) (3) (4) CH=O COOH CH=O COOH Na CH 3–CH2–Cl Na CH 3–CH 2–Cl 78. 79. Zn  NH 4Cl  Product is :. + (H–CN+HCl)  (2) H2 O 2  X . OH X Y. Which of the following basic amino acid is least 76. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 NO2 NO2 75. Most reactive for SN1 reaction is :. Zn  NH 4Cl   :- N=O NH–OH N=O NH–OH (1) (2) (1) (2) NH2 NH2 (3) (4) (1) & (2) both (3) (4) (1)  (2)  76. Nylon 6. 6 :- (1) Copolymer (2) Fiber (1)  (2)  (3) Step growth polymer(4) All (3)  (4)  80. Y  :- (1) O–CH2–CH3 (2) OH (1) O–CH2–CH3 (2) OH C2H5 C2H5 (3) CH3–CH2 OH (4) CH2–CH3 (3) CH3–CH2 OH (4) CH2–CH3 79. Y is :. X is :. OH X Y. 77.  6. 6 is :. (1) Lysin (2) Arginine (1) Lysin (2) Arginine (3) Histidine (4) Glycine (3) Histidine (4) Glycine OH OH  X .

Which of the following form has cis-trans 82. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 81. II.  effect :. III (4) All compounds are aromatic (4)  85. II. H H N . H H H H (I) (II) (III) (IV) (I) (II) (III) (IV) (1) I. III (3) I.  (1) Primary alcohol (1)  (2) Secondary alcohol (2)  (3) Tertiary alcohol (3)  (4) Isobutyl alcohol (4)  84..  isomerism and chiral center both.  trialkylboranes.  CH2  CH2 (1) (1)  CH  CH (2) (2) (3) (3) (4)  (4) None of these 1001CM370715007 H-15/35 .   (1) Aniline is more soluble in water as compared (1)  to methylamine  (2) Ethylamine is more souluble in water than (2)  ethanol  (3) Chlorobenzene has more dipole moment than (3)  cyclohexyl chloride  (4) All (4)  82. Correct statement is :. III & IV (3) I. 81. . NH 2 NH 2   N N N N N . Which of the following is aromatic compound.  .. II & IV (2) II.  (1) H (2) H (1) H (2) H Cl Cl (3) Cl (4) 1 & 2 both (3) Cl (4) 1  2  83. Which of the following has hyperconjugation 85. 84. III & IV (2) II. Diborane reacts with terminal alkenes to form 83. These react with alkaline     hydrogen peroxide to form. II & IV (1) I...

 .2-Dimethyl propane (1) A > B > C (2) A > C > B (1) A > B > C (2) A > C > B (3) C > B > A (4) C > A > B (3) C > B > A (4) C > A > B Pd/BaSO4 Pd/BaSO4 A A 87...  as a product :.. . (A)  (A) Pentane (B) 2- (B) 2-Methyl butane (C) 2. NH3 B B Identify wrong statement :.. Which of the following reaction forms aldehyde 88. 89.  (1) A and C both products are 3º halide (1)A C  3º  (2) A and C both product are saturated compound (2)A C  (3) A and B are positional isomer (3)A B  (4) Formation of B and C both follow free radical (4)B C  mechanism formation  H-16/35 1001CM370715007 .. +2  Hg /H3O +2 Hg /H3O  (1) CHCH (1) CHCH 333K 333K +2  (2) Hg /H3O +2  (2) CH3–CCH Hg /H3O CH3–CCH 333K 333K +2  (3) CH3–CC–CH3 Hg /H3O +2  (3) CH3–CC–CH3 Hg /H3O 333K 333K (4) 1 & 2 both (4) 1 & 2 both 89. NH3 Na/Liq.  boiling points :. NH2 O–C–R NH2 O–C–R O O (1) (2) (1) (2) . Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 86. Arrange following alkanes in order of their 86. . CH 3–CH–CH=CH 2 HBr+ROOR HBr+ROOR B B CH3 CH3 NBS NBS C C Identify wrong statement :.2- (C) 2. .. CH 3–CH–CH=CH 2 90. CN Cl CN Cl (3) (4) (3) (4) HBr HBr A A 90. .      (1) (A)  (B) (1) (A)  (B) (2) Boiling point (A) > boiling point (B) (2)  (A) >  (B) (3) Stability (A) < stability (B) (3)  (A) <  (B) (4) Melting point (A) > melting point (B) (4)  (A) >  (B) 88. R–CC–R Na/Liq. Which of the following is wrong representation:. R–CC–R 87. ..

k . B C (2) C and E (2) C E (3) B. D and E (3) B.k (2) Transfer of Oxidation and Interconversion (2) H ds vfrfjDr vkWDlhdj.oa leko.fo.oaty vi?kVu .k ty dh lgk.kSfxdksa dks tksM+uk ty ds fcuk only phosphate compounds without lewg dk fo?kVu group water LFkkukarj. (A)   (B) Reduction of carbon dioxide (B)  (C) Use of ATP (C) ATP  (D) Formation of ATP and NADPH (D) ATP NADPH  (E) Oxygen release (E)  Which of the above processes are not included in        the photochemical phase of photosynthesis?    ? (1) A. B and C (1) A. Radioisotopic technique was used to establish 93. In flowering plants.   correct match of the enzymes with the type of   reaction they catalyse?   A B C A B C Transferases Dehydrogenases Isomerases VªkalQjstst fMgkbMªksftustst vkblksejstst (1) Transfer of H Splitting with the Intermolecular (1) H dk LFkkukarj.k 92.  a light dependent reaction in which hydrogens  from a suitable oxidisable compound reduces  carbon dioxide to carbohydrates. D E (4) B and C (4) B C 1001CM370715007 H-17/35 .rk varjvkf.k than H dk LFkkukarj. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 91. this oxidisable - compound is/are - (1) H2O (2) H2S (1) H2O (2) H2S (3) H2O or H2S (4) C6H12O6 (3) H2O  H2S (4) C6H12O6 93.od help of water shifting ls fo?kVu LFkkukarj.kSfxdksa dks electron and compounds gkbMªkstu dk tksM+uk hydrogen LFkkukarj. Which one of the following options give the 91. (A) Water splitting 94.k (3) Transfer of Joining of Splitting (3) dsoy QkWLQsV . photosynthesis is essentially 92.  some facts regarding :  ? (1) Light reaction of photosynthesis (1)  (2) Biosynthetic phase of photosynthesis (2)  (3) Both light reaction and biosynthetic phase of (3)       photosynthesis  (4) Neither light reaction nor biosynthetic phase (4)      of photosynthesis  94.ksa dk group other Reduction of isomers fdlh nwljs lewgvip.k (4) Transfer of Hydrolysis Joining of (4) bysDVªkWu .u varj :ikarj.

FADH2 H2O (4) Acetyl CoA. NADH+H+ FADH2 99. N (3) Enzyme activation elements – Mo. B = Mesophyll. Mg (3) – Mo. which of the following  are the products of this process ?  ? (1) Ethanol. N (2)  – C.  NAD+ ATP  NAD+ is reduced and ATP is utilised ?  ? (1) Two. O. Two and Two (4) Three.   (2)  . K.   98. B =  . B =  . H.     functional categories of essential elements:. Fe (2) Energy related elements – C. P (4)  – Mg.  respiratory electron transport system.  respectively at how many steps ATP is synthesised.            required by plants in amount of less than 10 m mole Kg       10 m mole Kg–1 of dry matter ?  ? (1) Manganese (2) Magnesium (1)  (2)  (3) Phosphorus (4) Potassium (3)  (4)  H-18/35 1001CM370715007 . B =  . Mg (4) Osmotic regulation elements – Mg. Lactic acid and CO2 (1) .  (4) . C = Malic acid (2) A =  . Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 95. FADH2 and H2O (3)  . contains two   copper centres ? (1)  -I (2)  -IV (1) Complex-I (2) Complex-IV (3) Complex-II (4) Complex-III (3)  -II (4)  -III 97. In mitochondrial matrix when pyruvic acid 98. B =  . NADH+H+ and FADH2 (4) CoA. Meyerhof and Parnas pathway 97. Which of the following complexes of the 96.     undergoes oxidative decarboxylation catalysed by     pyruvate dehydrogenase.    :- (1) Structural elements – Mg. In Embden. B = Mesophyll. Select out the most appropriate match regarding 99. One and Two (2) One. Characteristic C3 plants C4 plants  C3 C 4 Cell type in which initial   "A" carboxylation occurs Mesophyll "A"   "B" Cell type in which Calvin  cycle takes place Mesophyll "B" CO2 PGA " C" Primary CO2 fixation PGA "C"  product A C   :- Choose the correct match for A to C from the (1) A =  . CO2  + CoA (3) Citric acid. 95. C = OAA 96. C = OAA (4) A=  . H. C = OAA (2) A = Mesophyll.  (3) Five. C =  following :- (1) A = Mesophyll. P 100. Fe (1)  – Mg. C =  C = Aspartic acid (4) A= Bundle sheath. Which of the following essential elements is 100. O. (3) A = Bundle sheath. B = Bundle sheath. Two and One (1) . B = Bundle sheath.  CO2 (2) NADH + H+. K. CO2 and Acetyl CoA (2) NADH + H . C = OAA (3) A =  . One and Two (3)  .

B.    Biotin. Thiamine. Rhizobium has symbiotic relationship with the 105. B. Coenzyme A. 102. Denitrification is carried by bacteria . How many compound(s) in the list given below 101.  (A-D)  (A) The technique of growing plants in a nutrient (A)         solution is known as hydroponics  (B) Iron is essential for the formation of chlorophyll (B)  because it is the main component of chlorophyll  (C) Manganese is involved in splitting of water (C)  during photosynthesis   (D) Calcium is a constituent of the ring structure (D)     of chlorophyll  Which of the above statements is/are correct?    (1) A. Chlorophyll  .  roots of :. Read the following four statements (A-D): 103. C & D (1) A. soil  105.Root hairs absorb leghaemoglobin from the (4) A. B & C (2) A. cysteine A. C D (3) A & C (4) Only A (3) A C (4) A 104. Ferredoxin.  (1) Rhizobium and Frankia ? (1)  (2) Azotobacter and Beijernickia (2)  (3) Pseudomonas and Thiobacillus (3)  (4) Rhodospirillum and Bacillus (4)  103. C)  the option giving correct identification together    with what it represents ?  :- (A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C) (1) A-Mature nodule complete with vascular (1) A- tissues (2) C- (2) C-Infection thread carries the bacteria to the cortex  (3) B-Release of excess bacteria from root nodules (3) B- (4) A.  ? (1) Garden pea and Alnus (1)  (2) Alfalfa and Alnus (2)  (3) Sweet clover and Alnus (3)   (4) Sweet pea and Lentils (4)  1001CM370715007 H-19/35 . B.  (1) Four (2) Seven (1)  (2)  (3) One (4) Six (3)  (4)  102.  development of root nodules in soyabean. Select  (A. B. The figure below shows three steps (A.  contain sulphur as their constituent?   Methionine. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 101. B C (2) A. C) of 104.

 (transverse secton) of the twig.  :- (1) Toxic effect of some plant hormones (1)   (2) Genetic nature (2)  (3) Limited nutrient supply (3)  (4) Absence of differentiation. Which of the following is not correct ? 109. is helpful in brewing industry?  ? (1) Carotenoid derivative (1)  (2) Adenine derivative (2)   (3) Indole compound (3)  (4) Terpenes (4)  111.S. In root nodules of legumes. If we place a twig bearing white flowers. Which of the following factors does not affect the 107. (4)  H-20/35 1001CM370715007 .  - (1) acts as a catalyst in transamination (1)   (2) transports oxygen to the root nodules (2)  (3) provide energy to the nitrogen fixing bacteria (3)  (4) acts as an oxygen scavenger (4)  107.  due to :.  rate of simple diffusion ?  (1) The permeability of the membrane (1)   (2) The number of transport proteins in the membrane (2)  (3) The gradient of concentration (3)  (4) Temperature and pressure (4)   108. In sigmoid growth curve. flowers turn colour. what would we can   ? demonstrate? (1)   (1) Flowers have ability to turn their colour (2) Osmosis of the coloured water (2)  (3) After cutting.  chemical natures. Plant growth regulator of which of the following 110. the exponential 111.    phase slows down leading to a stationary phase. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 106. leghaemoglobin is 106.  important because it :. in coloured 108. twig shows more affinity for water (3)  (4) Path of water movement is through the  vascular bundles (4)  109.   ? (1) A plant cell shows plasmolysis when it is placed (1)  in a solution which has lower water potential as      compare to the protoplasm of cell  (2) Imbibition is active transport of water since (2)  water movement in imbibition is against the  water potential gradient  (3) Water potential gradient and affinity between (3)  the solid and liquid is must for imbibition  (4) The pressure exerted by protoplast against the (4)  cell wall is responsible for enlargement of cells  110.  water. On examining the T.

B-(iv). this  phenomena in plants. D-(iv). 114. B–BOD.  :- (1) A-(i). E-(iv) (2) A-(iii). B-(ii). 112. Match the following & find the correct option :. D-(iv). D-(iv). E-(ii) (4) A-(v). B– . B– . (3) A–Concentration. E-(v) (1) A-(i). C-(iii). D-(v). C. C-(iii). D-(ii).  (ii)  of seedlings  C. D–Concentration (1) A– . E-(ii) (3) A-(v). B-(i). C–DO. E-(iv) (3) A-(v).  (i)  B. C-(iii). Cytokinins (iii) Promote nutrient C. C-(iii). B–DO. C–BOD. is called :. C– . D– D–Sewage discharge (3) A– . E-(i) (4) A-(v). B-(ii). D–  1001CM370715007 H-21/35 . B–BOD. :- (1) Open growth (1)  (2) Open differentiation (2)  (3) Indeterminate growth (3)  (4) Determinate differentiation (4)  114. (2) A–Sewage discharge.  D–Sewage discharge (4) A– . Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 112. Auxins (i) Seed maturation A. Ethylene (iv) Increases yield in D. D-(ii). C– .     have different structures at maturity. B-(ii). C–DO. Fish killed and Reappearance of  disappearance of clean water organism Clean water organism    B B D D C C Direction of flow  A A (1) A–Sewage discharge. B–DO. B– . C-(i). Cells/tissues arising out of the same meristem 113. C– .   :- A. D– D–Concentration (2) A– . B-(i). C– .  (iii)  mobilisation  D.  (v)  killer  Options :. D– (4) A–Concentration.(iii). Abscisic acid (v) Selective weed E. D-(v). E-(i) 113. E-(v) (2) A-(iii). B-(iv). C–BOD. C-(iii). D-(iv). B– . B-(ii).  (iv)  sugarcane  E. Gibberellins (ii) Horizontal growth B. C-(i).

In the given diversity distribution :.  green house gases. 117. 118. Scrubber & electrostatic precipitator are used for 115. Given diagram showing contribution of various 116. study the diagram and select  correct statement :.  (1) Gases like SO2 and particulates (1)  SO2  (2) Organic matter (2)  (3) Only SO2 (3) SO2 (4) CH4 and SO2 (4) CH4 SO2 116.  B  E  (1) Amphibians (2) Birds (1)  (2)  (3) Mammals (4) Fishes (3)  (4)  118. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 115.   A A B B E E C C D D If B represents birds then E represent :.  6% 6% 14% D 14% D C A C A B 60% B 60% 20 20 % % (1) A is gas which is produced by hydro electric (1) A  plant  (2) D are chemicals which are used as coolent in (2) D  refrigerators  (3) B is major constituent of biogas (3) B  (4) D is chemical hydrocarbon (4) D  117.  removal of :. A A Dirty Dirty air Clean air Clean air air Dustparticles Dustparticles In following diagram A is a :-  A   (1)   (1) Discharge corona (2)  (2) Positively charged wire (3)  (3) Lime spray (4)  (4) Collection plate grounded H-22/35 1001CM370715007 .

(ii).E Identify A. (iii). Arctic and Desert (3)       forest forest land ferous Alpine      forest tundra  (4) Temperate Tropical Grass Arctic & Coni. 121. (ii).   (i) Arsenic poisoning – Black root disease (i)  –  (ii) Secondary effluent treatment .D.E and F in given figure  F   A D A D F F E E C C B B A B C D E F A B C D E F (1) Arctic Grass Desert Coni.     of Solid waste in absence of oxygen   (iv) Tubifex – water pollution indicator (iv)  –  (1) (i). Desert (4)       forest forest land Alpine ferous      tudra forest  120.Thermo chemical decomposition (iii)  . (iii) (2) (i).  respect to annual temperature and precipitation.B. (ii). Catalytic converter is used in automobiles : 120. (ii). (iii).      (1) For removing the poisonous lead  (2) For converting harmful NOx into N2 (1)  (3) For removing water from air (2)  NOx N2  (4) For removing organic matter from lake (3)  (4)  E F 121. (iv) 1001CM370715007 H-23/35 .  A. (iii) Pyrolysis . (iv) (1) (i). Given figure showing biome distribution with 119. Which of the following are correctly matched ? 122. E F D A D A C B C B If A represents angiosperm while D represent A  D  fungi then C represents :- C  (1) Fern & allies (2) Algae (1) Fern allies (2) Algae (3) Lichen (4) Mosses (3) Lichen (4) Mosses 122.C.D. (iv) (4) (i). (iv) (4) (i).C. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 119.Biological process (ii)  . (iv) (3) (ii). Temperate Tropical (1)       and Alpine land ferous forest forest     tundra forest  (2) Desert Arctic Coni. (iv) (3) (ii). (iii). (iii) (2) (i).B. (iii). Grass Temperate Tropical (2)       and alpine ferous land forest forest      tundra forest  (3) Tropical Temperate Grass Coni.

 become a problem in India :. C– . D–Dirty air D– (3) A–Clean air. B– . (4) A– . B–Clean air. spray. C–Clean (1) A–. B– . C–Particulate matter. air. B–Clean air. A 126.   (1) Opuntia (2) Lantana (1)  (2)  (3) Eichhornia (4) Casurina (3)  (4)  126. In which of the following biome mean annual 124. D–Particulate matter D– (4) A–Lime water spray. S = CA 2    Area  If species richness & area represents rectangular  hyperbola. B– . B–Lime water spray. D–Dirty air D– H-24/35 1001CM370715007 .    precipitation is highest ?   (1) Temperate forest (2) Tropical forest (1)  (2)  (3) Coniferous forest (4) Grassland (3)  (4)   125. C– . C– . B–Lime water spray.D–Particulate matter D– (2) A–Particulate matter. Species richness 2 S = CA 123. C–Dirty (3) A– . C–Lime (2) A– . C– . Which plant brought for its purple flower has 125. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 123. then logarithmic scale of species  richness with area will be ? (1) Circle (2) Straight line (1)  (2)  (3) Square (4) Rectangular (3)  (4)  124. A B B C C D D Scrubber  (1) A–Dirty air. B–. air.

B– IV.  Which of the fllowing decreases in ecological      succession ?  (1)Net community productivity. B– III. niche specialization. (3) A–II. biomass. B–Bharat stage IV. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 127. C and D :  Vehicles Norms Cities of imple    4 Wheelers A Since october 2010  A  2010  throughout country  4 Wheelers B 13 mega cities  B 13  since April 2010 2010  3 Wheelers C Since october 2010  C  2010  throughout country  2 Wheelers D Since october 2010  D  2010  Throughout country  (1) A–Bharat stage II. (2) A– III. C–Bharat stage III. (1) A– II.  (A–D) (a) Ecology at organismic level is essentially (a)     physiological ecology. C–Bharat stage III. B–Bharat stage III. c only (3)  a.  (b) Rotation of our planet arround the Sun causes (b)  variation in temperature  (c) Regional & local variations with in each (c)  biome leads to wide variety of habitats  (d) Snow leopards are found in Kerala in large (d)         number  How many of above statements are incorrect ?    (1) Statement a & c only (1)  a  c  (2) Statement b & c only (2)  b  c  (3) Statement a.  humus and net community productivity. 129. D–III (2) A–Bharat stage III. B–Bharat stage III. D–Bharat stage III C–IV. Read the following statements (A–D) 128. b. B– II.B. D–Bharat stage III C–III. D– III (3) A–Bharat stage II. c  (4) Statement d only (4)  d  129. D– III 128.C D       B. D–Bharat stage III C–IV. niche specilization. Find out the applicable norms represented by A. niche specialization (3)  (4) Only net community productivity (4)  1001CM370715007 H-25/35 . 127. C–Bharat stage IV. D– IV (4) A–Bharat stage III. D–Bharat stage IV C– III. b. biomass. vegetation (2)  (3) Species diversity. niche (1)        specialization. C–Bharat stage IV. B–Bharat stage II. A. humus  (2) Biomass. (4) A–III. B– III. Species diversity.

Repro- ductive ductive Pre repro. B–moss. B–forest. C–   . C– . what does this show ? (1)  (1) Population of its predator increases enormously (2)  S  (2) S shape or sigmoid growth of population   (3) Its food plants mature and die at end of rainy (3)  season   (4) Its population growth curve is J shape (4)  J   132. B–  . B–forest. Post-Repro- ductive ductive 130. D– D–Herb (2) A–. C–   . Pre repro- ductive ductive (A) (A) Post-Repro.  Phytoplankton stage C  C A Foliose lichen stage A  Free floating stage Moss stage   Reed swamp stage D  D Sedge Shrub stage Scrub stage   B  B Which of the following correct ? (1) A–Roted submerged. Repro. D– (3) A–Rooted submerged. ductive Post-Repro- ductive ductive Repro. C–Crustose. C–Crustose. (4) A–   . 130. ductive Repro- ductive ductive Pre repro.       explosive increase in numbers during rainy season  followed by its disappearance at the end of the     season. Pre repro- ductive Pre repro. D–Shrub D– H-26/35 1001CM370715007 . C–Crustose. B–. ductive Pre repro- (B) ductive (C) (B) ductive (C) Which of the following is correct ?   (1) B represents expanding population B   (1) (2) C represents stable population C  (2)  (3) A represents declining population A  (3)  (4) A represents expanding population A  (4)  131. D–Herb D– (4) A–Rooted submerged. Repro- ductive Repro. (3) A–   . (1) A– . Succession 132. The population of an insect species shows an 131. D–Typha   (2) A–Herb. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 Post-Repro. B–forest. C– . Post-Repro- ductive Post-Repro. C–Rooted submerged. B– . B–.

000 (1) B = 3 (2) B = 5 (1) B = 3 (2) B = 5 (3) B = 8 (4) B = 10 (3) B = 8 (4) B = 10 136.000 PC ( PC (Primary  708000 consumer) 708000 PP ( PP (Primary  5.  (1) Predation (2) Parasitism (1)  (2)  (3) Proto-cooparation (4) Amensalism (3)  (4)  1001CM370715007 H-27/35 . So this relationship is known as :.842.54. In given pyramid of grass land ecosystem identify 135.000 producer) 5.842.  dN dN (1) = rN (1) = rN dt dt dN KN dN KN (2) = rN   (2) = rN   dt  K  dt  K  dN  N K  dN  N K  (3) = rN   (3) = rN   dt  N  dt  N  dN dN (4) = Nr (4) = Nr dt dt 135. Consider A and B are two species both are in non. 136. Decrese humus (2)   . (3)  Decrease net community productivity  (4) Decrease net community productivity .  Which of the following are characters of succession?   (1) Short lived to long lived . Increase humus .54. Short lived to long lived. Long lived to Short lived. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 133. 134. Increase net community product   (3) Long lived to short lived . A  B   obligatory relationship and both organism are  benefitted. Niche specialization . Increase in humus  134.000 consumer) 3. (1)  decrease in species diversity  (2) Increase niche specialisation . 133. decrease in net community productivity . Increase (4)  niche specialization .  B   B: Trophic Number of level individuals TC ( TC (Tertary  ) B=? B=? consumer) SC ( SC (Secondary  3. Logistic growth formula are is :.  Biomass and Net community productivity.  species diversity. Humus. Decrease biomass.

Which of the following factor mainly affects 139. If the number of chromosomes in megaspore 142.  salinities.  (C) Serval species show camouflagae (C)  (D) Parasite and host show co-evolution (D)  How many of above statements are correct ?    (1) Only statement A. they are known as   (1) Euryhaline (1)  (2) Stenohaline (2)  (3) Eurythermal (3)  (4) Stenothermal (4)  142. B. mycorrhiza. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 137.C D 139. How many statements are correct ? 140. fig-wasp. C (1)  A.  (A) Biological control methods are adopted in (A)  agricultural pest control  (B) In the rocky intertidal areas of American (B)  pacific coast starfish is an important predator. Barnacle–whale.    (a) The annual net primary productivity of the (a)  whole biosphere is about 170 billion tons. C (2) Only statement D (2)  D (3) Only statement C. Epiphyte–mango. In Zostera. D (3)  C. B. What would be the number of  chromosome in cells of aleurone layer ?  (1) 14 (2) 28 (1) 14 (2) 28 (3) 42 (4) 56 (3) 42 (4) 56 143.  sea anemone –clownfish  How many of the above show mutualism ?  (1) Four (2) Five (1)  (2)  (3) Six (4) Two (3)  (4)  138.   (1) Water (2) Wind (1)  (2)   (3) Insect (4) Bat (3)  (4)  H-28/35 1001CM370715007 . B. C and D (4) A.    ecology ?  (1) Water (2) Light (1)  (2)  (3) Soil (4) Temperature (3)  (4)  140. B. pollination take place by :. 170  (b) The joint forest management concept started (b)  1980  in 1980 (c)  (c) Number of trophic levels in GFC is never  restricted (d)         (d) Some of organisms of DFC are prey to GFC  animals (1)  (2)  (1) Three (2) One (3) Two (4) None (3)  (4)  141. pronuba moth– 137. Read statements regarding population interacton: 138.  yucca plant. 143. D (4) A.   28 mother cell is 28. Lichen. Some organisms can tolerate narrow range of 141.

5 (2) 25 (3) 50 (4) 75 1001CM370715007 H-29/35 .  (1) 1 AaBB: 1 aaBB (2) 1 AaBB : 3 aaBB (1) 1 AaBB : 1 aaBB (2) 1 AaBB : 3 aaBB (3) 3AaBB : 1 aa BB (4) All AaBb (3) 3 AaBB : 1 aaBB (4)  AaBb 151. AaBB x aaBB  genotypic ratio of :. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 144.  (1) Dihybrid cross (2) Monohybrid cross (1)  (2)  (3) Back cross (4) Test cross (3)  (4)  150. Mendel formulated the law of purity of gametes 149.weak & hanging downward and flowers are  sessile & unisexual. d (1)  d (2) a. 148. certain adaxial epidermal cells (b)  modified into bulliform cells.    (a) In dorsiventral leaf abaxial epidermis generally (a)  bears less stomata than the adaxial epidermis    (b) In grasses.  (1) only d (2) a. is called. Dihybrid cross proves the law of :. adaxial Epidermis bears (d)       more stomata than abaxial epidermis. b (4) c. in which peduncle is thin. The percentage of ab gametes produced by AaBb 152. cork cambium is derived 145.5 (2) 25 (3) 50 (4) 75 (1) 12.  (1) Epidermis (2) Pericycle (1)  (2)  (3) Cortex (4) Endodermis (3)  (4)  146.  (1) Spike (2) Catkin (1)  (2)  (3) Raceme (4) Spadix (3)  (4)  149. 144.   (c) Palisade parenchyma is made up of elongated cells (c)  (d) In Isobilateral leaf.  (1) Law of segregation (1)  (2) Law of purity of gametes (2)  (3) Law of dominance (3)  (4) Independent assortment (4)   152. In Quercus suber stem. (2)  (3) Seed coat and pericarp are fused (3)  (4) Pericarp is absent (4)   148. A cross between AaBB X aa BB yields a 150.          from :. In caryopsis fruit :. b (4) c. d (3) a.  :- (1) Seed is absent (1)   (2) Three layer of pericarp are distinct. d 147.  (1) Formation of fruit without fertilization (1)  (2) Formation of Archesporium (2)  (3) Formation of gametophyte without meiosis (4) Formation of sporophyte directly from (3)  gametophyte (4)  145. AaBb ab  parent will be :- (1) 12. 147. 151. Apogamy is:.  long. Which statements are wrong ? 146. d (3) a.    on the basis of :. Inflorescence.

 'A'  parent has blood group B. 45 14 the genotype of parents was :. O (3) B (4) A. The proportion of her progeny is   (1) 2 normal : 1 albinic (1) 2  : 1  (2) All normal (2)  (3) All albinic (3)  (4) 1 normal : 1 albinic (4) 1  : 1  160. If one parent has blood group A and the other 160. IA IB (1) HbA HbA. When the phenotypic and genotypic ratio resemble 155. 158. IA IB (3) HbA Hbs. IA IA 157. (1) HbA HbA. AB. constricted pod shape and (1)         axial flower position  (2) Yellow seed colour. AB. O H-30/35 1001CM370715007 . IA IB (2) Hbs Hbs. Which of the following is the example of 156.  : (1) by selfing of F2-generation plants (1) F2- (2) by selfing of F1-generation plants (2) F1- (3) to determine whether F1-plant is homozgous (3)  F1- or heterozygous  (4) between a homozygous dominant and (4)  homozygous recessive plant  155. A test cross is performed : 154.  (1) Round seed shape. violet flower colour and (3)      yellow pod colour  (4) Axial flower position. B.  man. Some of the dominant traits studied by Mendel were :. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 153. The phenomenon in which an allele of one gene 157. IA IA (3) HbA Hbs.  suppresses the expression of an allele of another  gene is known as :- (1)  (2)  (1) Dominance (2) Inactivation (3) Epistasis (4) Suppression (3)  (4)  158.  (1) TT × TT (2) TT × Tt (1) TT × TT (2) TT × Tt (3) Tt × Tt (4) TT × tt (3) Tt × Tt (4) TT × tt 154. IA IB (4) Hbs Hbs.B. IA IB (4) Hbs Hbs. The offsprings have 'B'  which blood group :.  f2  in the F2 generation it is an example of :. inflated pod shape and (2)  axial flower position  (3) Yellow seed colour. IA IB (2) Hbs Hbs. A woman with albinic father marries an albinic 159.  (1) AB only (2) O only (1) AB (2) O (3) B only (4) A.  (1) Independant assortment (1)  (2) Qualitative inheritance (2)  (3) Segregation of factors (3)  (4) Incomplete dominance (4)  156. 153.   :- co-dominance :. green pod colour and (4)  green seed colour  159. In a cross 45 tall & 14 dwarf plants were obtained.

163. (C) correct and (B) is incorrect (2) (A). 9 : 3: 3 : 1 1 : 4 : 6 : 4 : 1  of 9:3:3:1. (C)  (B)  (3) Statement (A). In totmato. A dihybrid ratio of 1:4:6:4:1 is obtained instead 165. 161. (A)  (B) Muliple alleles exhibit same phenotypic (B)  expression. (B) and (C) are incorrect (3) (A). Which of the followig is a good example of 162. (A) Pleiotropic genes have multiple phenotypic effect.  presence of genes in :. (1) Statement (A). (C)   (C) Polygenes exhibit continuous variation.  (1) Complementary gene (1)  (2) Supplementary gene (2)  (3) Polygenic inheritance (3)  (4) Incomplete dominance (4)  166. What would be the nature of children if a colour 167.  (1) Lysosomes and ribosomes (1)  (2) Mitochondria and chloroplasts (2)  (3) Endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria (3)  (4) Ribosomes and chloroplast (4)  165.  blind woman marries a normal man :. (B)  (C)  (4) Statement (B) and (C) are correct and (A) is incorrect (4) (B)  (C)  (A) 162. Extranuclear inheritance is a consequence of 164.  (1) Colourblind daughter & normal sons (1)  (2) Colourblind sons and carrier daughters (2)  (3) Normal sons & carrier daughters (3)   (4) Normal sons & Normal daughters (4)   1001CM370715007 H-31/35 . Wh at is contribu tion of each 160g  polygene in the production of tomatoes:. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 161.  (1) Maternally (1)   (2) Paternally (2)  (3) Both (3)  (4) Bacteriophage multiplication (4)  164. (B)  (C)  (2) Statement (A). genotype aabbcc produces 100g 166.  :- (1) 10 g (2) 20 g (1) 10 g (2) 20 g (3) 30 g (4) 40 g (3) 30 g (4) 40 g 167.  aabbcc 100g  to mato es and A AB BC C pr od uces 1 60 g  AABBCC  tomatoes. Cytoplasmic male sterility is inherited :. This is an example of :. (B) and (C) are correct (1) (A).     multiple allele ?  (1) ABO blood groups (1) ABO  (2) Size of starch grain in pea (2)  (3) Shape of seed (3)  (4) Flower colour in pea (4)  163.

c (1) b. c (2) a.  (1) One (2) Two (1)  (2)  (3) Four (4) None (3)  (4)  171. c  a  b  over between a and b is 20%. Who postulated the 'Chromosome Theory of 172. b and c is 28% and 20%. How many linkage group are there in bacteria 170. c (3) a. b.  Inheritance' :. When a dihybrid of  F1  F1-generation was test crossed it produced four    phenotypes in the following percentage  Coloured and Full = 45%     = 45% Coloured – Shrunken = 5%    = 5% Colourless – Full = 4%     = 4% Colourless – Shrunken = 46%    = 46% From these data what would be distance between  the two non allelic genes :.  :- (1) De Vries (1)  (2) Mendel (2)  (3) Sutton and Boveri (3)  (4) Morgan (4)  H-32/35 1001CM370715007 .   :- (1) 48 unit (2) 9 unit (1) 48 unit (2) 9 unit (3) 4 unit (4) 12 unit (3) 4 unit (4) 12 unit 169. b. c. b (4) None (3) a. b  c   28%  a  c   a and c is 8%.  males than in human females because –   – (1) This disease is due to a Y–linked recessive (1) Y– mutation   (2) This disease is due to an X–linked recessive (2) X– mutation   (3) This disease is due to an X–linked dominant (3) X- mutation  (4) A greater proportion of girls die in infancy (4)  172.coli  E. c percentage of crossing 169.  E. c. Haemophilia is more commonly seen in human 171.coli :. There are three genes a. b (4)  170. b. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 168. b. In maize coloured endosperm (C) is dominant 168.  a.  (C)  (c)  over colourless (c) and full endosperm (R) is  (R)  (r)  dominant over shrunken (r). c (2) a. What is the sequence of genes on 8%          chromosome   (1) b. a. a.

  (1) Plants (2) Man (1)  (2)  (3) Insect (4) Birds (3)  (4)  176.  Random mating population  individuals percentage of dominant homozygous 28. Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 173.  hopper ? (1) 2A + XY (2) 2A + XO (1) 2A + XY (2) 2A + XO (3) 2A + YY (4) 2A + XX (3) 2A + YY (4) 2A + XX 177.  (1) Character is dominant and carried by X (1)  X  chromosome  (2) Character is carried by Y chromosome (2)  Y  (3) Character is sex linked recessive (3)  (4) Character is autosomal recessive (4)  1001CM370715007 H-33/35 .  of the occurance of son in 6th child is :.  _____  physical association of genes on a chromosome  _______ & the term_______ to describe the generation of  non-parental gene combinations. Linkage (2) Recombination. Morgan coined the term_____ to describe the 174.  if :. the probability 177. Which chromosome set is found in male grass 176. Non-recombination (2)   (3) Linkage. :- (1) distance between the two genes is less (1)   (2) distance between the two genes is more (2)   (3) linked genes are more (3)  (4) both (2) & (3) (4) (2)  (3)  174. Frequency of crossing over will be relatively more 173.800 178. In a Random mating population of 28. Non-recombination (3)  (4) Linkage. Which of the following possess homogametic male? 175.   (1) 1/2 (2) 1/5 (1) 1/2 (2) 1/5 (3) 1 (4) No chance (3) 1 (4)  178.800  individuals is 49% find out the percentage of 49%  heterozygous individual –  (1) 21% (2) 42% (1) 21% (2) 42% (3) 32% (4) 9% (3) 32% (4) 9% 179. A family has five girls and no son. (1)  (1) Recombination. Recombination (4)  175. Predict from the following chart 179.

 between relatives (Consanguineous mating)  (1) 5 (2) (1) 5 (2) (3) (4) (3) (4) Your moral duty is to prove that  is  Your Target is to secure Good Rank in NEET-II 2016 H-34/35 1001CM370715007 . Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 180. Which of the following symbol is used for mating 180.

Pre-Medical : NEET-II B0OSTER COURSE/09-07-2016 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK /      1001CM370715007 H-35/35 .