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Easy Question Papers on Veterinary and Animal Husbandry

1. Final host for Toxoplasma gondi is:-
(a) Man
(b) Dog
(c) Cat
(d) None of these

2. Final host of Teania tapeworm is:-
(a) Cattle
(b) Pig
(c) Man
(d) Dog

3. Oxyuris equi are commonly known as :
(a) Pin worm
(b) Caecal worm
(c) Stomach worm
(d) None of these

4. In________ mange, there is serious allergic reaction to the mite, its excrement and eggs.
(a) Sarcoptic
(b) Notodrectic
(c) Demodectic
(d) None of these

5. Broiler of ________ (week) are mostly affected by Eimeria tenella.
(a) 1-2
(b) 6 <
(c) 3-4
(d) 4 months <

6. The term anaesthesia was coined by ________
(a) Oliver Wendell Holmes
(b) Oswald Schmiedeberg
(c) John J. Abel
(d) Friedrich Serturner

7. The branch of pharmacology that deals with the study of sources of drugs is
(a) Pharmacy
(b) Pharmacognosy
(c) Pharmacovigilance
(d) Posology

8. Clavulanic acid is combined with amoxicillin because:
(a) It kills bacteria that are not killed by amoxicillin.
(b) It retards renal excretion of amoxicillin.
(c) It counteracts the adverse effects of amoxicillin.
(d) It inhibits beta-lactamases that destroy amoxicillin.

9. An agents that produce perfect peace or calmness of mind but not cause loss of sensation.
(a) Local anaesthesia
(b) General anaesthesia
(c) Ataractics
(d) None of these

10. An agents which produce sleep and can be awaked by external stimuli.
(a) Hypnotics
(b) Narcotics
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

11. Which of the following is potassium retaining diuretics:
(a) Triamterene
(b) Tizanidine
(c) Trimethoprim
(d) Trimetazadine

12. Smooth muscle relaxation is most associated with which one of the following adrenoceptors?
(a) b1
(b) b2
(c) a1
(d) a1

13. Which of the following would receive drug slowly?
(a) Liver
(b) Brain
(c) Fat
(d) Muscle

14. An antidote for organophospate poisoning.
(a) Naloxone
(b) Flumazenil
(c) Digoxin
(d) Atropin

15. Morphine is a stimulant in ________
(a) Dog
(b) Cat
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these

16. The dose of a drug that kills 50 % of the population is known as
(a) LD50
(b) ED50
(c) KD50
(d) Half life dose

17. Which of the following drugs is used in treating digitalis arrhythmia?
(a) Lignocaine
(b) Quinidine
(c) Procainamide
(d) None of these

18. Plasma protein to which majority of the drugs bind is _____.
(a) Albumin
(b) Globulin
(c) Fibrinogen
(d) None of these

19. Father of Veterinary Public Health.
(a) James .H. Steele
(b) Rudolf Virchow
(c) Sir William Osler
(d) Calvin W. Schwabe

20. The collaborative effort of multiple disciplines working locally, nationally, and globally to attain optimal health for people, animals and the environment.
(a) One Medicine
(b) One Health
(c) Comparative medicine
(d) One World

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21. Most abundant gas of Greenhouse gases in the earth’s atmosphere is
(a) Nitrous oxide
(b) Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
(c) Carbondioxide
(d) Methane

22. Water turbidity of less than ________ NTU is usually acceptable for consumption.
(a) 0 (Zero)
(b) 1 (One)
(c) 3 (Three)
(d) 5 (Five)

23. It is the result of sudden adverse stimuli and these takes place immediately due to stress during transportation of food animals.
(a) The alarm or emergency reaction.
(b) The general adaptation syndrome.
(c) Flight or fight syndrome
(d) None of these

24. Fukushima Daiichi disaster was a
(a) Natural disaster
(b) Nuclear disaster
(c) Man-made disaster
(d) All of these

25. The increase in Earth’s average temperature due to rising levels of green house gases is called
(a) Climate change
(b) Global warming
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) Hot day

26. Total condemnation of the carcass should be done during judgement in PM inspection.
(a) Hydrothorax
(b) Ascites
(c) Anasarca
(d) All of these

27. Cooling of milk at 4ºC shortly after excretion is necessary to prevent
(a) Bacterial contamination
(b) Lipolytic activity
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

28. Japanese Encephalitis virus is transmitted by
(a) Aedes
(b) Anophelese
(c) Culex
(d) All of these

29. Materials that may contain pathogenic microorganisms and will support formation of toxins or growth of pathogenic microorganisms.
(a) High risk material
(b) Medium risk material
(c) Low risk material
(d) None of these

30. Headquarter of OIE.
(a) Italy
(b) Switzerland
(c) Paris
(d) USA

31. ____________ denotes “a criterion recommended by an authority for adoption in specific regions but not incorporated into law”.
(a) Microbiological standards
(b) Microbiological criterion
(c) Microbiological specification
(d) Microbiological limit

32. FSSAI stands for
(a) Food standards and safety authority of India
(b) Food safety and standards authority of India
(c) Food security and safety authority of India
(d) Food safety and standardizations authority of India

33. The most significant clinical sign that aids in diagnosis of scrub typhus is
(a) Fever, chills and headache
(b) Muscular pain
(c) Eschar
(d) Multi-organ failure and coma

34. World Zoonoses Day is celebrated in
(a) 6th April
(b) 6th June
(c) 6th May
(d) 6th July

35. Anthrax is an example of bio-safety level
(a) I
(b) II
(c) III
(d) IV

36. Red & Heamorrhagic occur within _________ due to bruising in animals.
(a) 0 – 10 hours
(b) Approximately 24 hours
(c) 24 – 38 hours old
(d) More than 3 days old

37. In dengue fever
(a) NSAIDs is recommended
(b) Acetaminophene is recommended
(c) Steroidal anti-inflammatory is recommended
(d) All of these

38. Ebola disease comes under ________
(a) Biosafety level -1
(b) Biosafety level -2
(c) Biosafety level -3
(d) Biosafety level – 4

39. Ingestion of toxin already produced by microorganisms in the food brings about poisoning symptoms in the consumers.
(a) Food infection
(b) Food toxi-infection
(c) Food intoxication
(d) All of these

40. ______________ is a re-emerging disease.
(a) Bird flu
(b) Swine flu
(c) Nipah
(d) CCHF

41. Starch is hydrolysed by-
(a) Phosphorylase
(b) Hexokinase
(c) Amylase
(d) None of these

42. Trypsin inhibitor is produced by
(a) Liver
(b) Intestine
(c) Pancreases
(d) All of these

43. Hydrochloric acid secreting cells in the stomach are
(a) Parietal cells
(b) Peptic cells
(c) Gastrin cells
(d) All of these

44. Cholinergic neurons secretes
(a) Acetylcholine
(b) Acetylcholine esterase
(c) Nor-epinephrine
(d) All of these

45. Eosinophil is differentiated from other granulocyte like neutrophils by
(a) Presence of cytoplasmic granule
(b) Presence of basoplilic granule
(c) Absence of cytoplasmic granule
(d) Absence of basophilic granule