Veterinary Previous Year Question Papers

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Veterinary Previous Year Question Papers

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Previous Year Question Papers on Veterinary and Animal Husbandry

1. The most efficient method of selection is known as
(a) Pedignee selection
(b) Tandem selection
(c) Independent culling method
(d) Index selection

2. The father of modern animal breeding is
(a) Robert bakewell
(b) Meischer
(c) J.L. Lusch
(d) R.X. Fisher

3. For the generation of new combination of genes, one of the most important mechanism is
(a) Mutation
(b) Linkage
(c) Crossing over
(d) Translocation

4. Cytoplasmic inheritance is seen in
(a) Father to son
(b) Mother to son and daughter
(c) Father to son and daughter
(d) None of these

5. Breeding value is
(a) Value of an individual as a contributor of genes to the next generation
(b) Value of an individual as a contributor of variation to the next generation
(c) Value of an individual as a contributor of production traits to the next generation
(d) Value of an individual as a contributor of non-additive genes to the next generation

6. The factor responsible for initiation of cell division is:
(a) Cytoplasmic index
(b) DNA
(c) Karyoplasmic index
(d) Nucleus

7. Enzyme most useful in genetic engineering is:
(a) Ligase
(b) Restriction endonuclease
(c) DNA ase
(d) Topoisomerase

8. ABO grouping is based on:
(a) Co-dominance
(b) Multiple allelism
(c) Incomplete dominance
(d) Epistasis

9. The commercial chicks are evolved out of
(a) Criss crossing
(b) Three way crossing
(c) Two way crossing
(d) Four way double crossing

10. The test of choice for comparing two variances is
(a) F-test
(b) T-test
(c) Chi Square-test
(d) Z-test

11. Appearance of ancestral traits after some generation is known as
(a) Suppression
(b) Mutation
(c) Atavism
(d) All of these

12. The range of correlation co-efficient is
(a) -1 to 0
(b) 0 to 1
(c) -1 to +1
(d) 0 to 2

13. Ability of an individual to produce progeny, whose performance is exactly like its own is called
(a) Prepotency
(b) Nicking ability
(c) Inbreeding depression
(d) Heterosis

14. Which of the following base replaces Thiamine in RNA:
(a) Adenine
(b) Guanine
(c) Uracil
(d) Cytosine

15. Successful adaptation simply means:
(a) An increase in fitness
(b) Producing offspring
(c) Moving to a new place
(d) Evolving new characters

16. Smallest segment of genetic material affected by mutation is:
(a) Recon
(b) Cistron
(c) Muton
(d) Exon

17. When two hybrid TtRR and TTRr crossed then the phenotypic ratio of off-spring is:
(a) 3:1
(b) 1:1
(c) 1:2:7
(d) 6:3:3

18. Relative mean of dispersion is:
(a) Mean deviation
(b) Standard deviation
(c) Coefficient of variation
(d) All of these

19. An individual with dissimilar alleles at a locus is known as
(a) Homozygous
(b) Heterozygous
(c) Heterogametic
(d) Homigygous

20. In pig, the breeding method mainly used is
(a) Back crossing
(b) Interse crossing
(c) Rotational crossing
(d) Cross breeding

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21. Product of digestibility and biological value of protein is
(a) Gross protein value
(b) Net protein utilization
(c) Protein replacement value
(d) Net protein retension

22. Which of the following vitamins is destroyed by oxidation
(a) Thiamin
(b) Vitamin D
(c) Biotin
(d) Vitamin A

23. Best method for removing oflatoxin in feed is
(a) Drying in hot oven
(b) Washing
(c) Drying in sunlight
(d) Heating

24. Maize is considered as an Ideal crop for making silage because
(a) It is more palatable
(b) It contain more protein
(c) It is high in soluble carbohydrates
(d) Leaf stem ratio is more

25. Protein requirement of an adult man per Kg body weight is
(a) 1 gm
(b) 9 gm
(c) 5 gm
(d) 2 gm

26. One anti-nutritional factor in raw egg is
(a) Taurin
(b) Avidin
(c) Oxalate
(d) Gossypol

27. Dietary essential of vitamin for all species is
(a) Vitamin D
(b) Vitamin C
(c) Vitamin A
(d) Thiamin

28. The maximum permissible crude fibre in compounded cattle feed grade-I as per BIS
(a) 12%
(b) 7%
(c) 10%
(d) 22%

29. Flushing is practiced in
(a) During growth
(b) Before breeding
(c) During pregnancy
(d) After partirition

30. Which is called the king of fodder crops
(a) Cucern
(b) Berseem
(c) Subabul
(d) Congo signal grass

31. Which among the following is the most susceptible to oflatoxicosis
(a) Pigs
(b) Duck
(c) Sheep
(d) Cattle

32. Feed cost in swine include how much cost of rearing:
(a) 50%
(b) 60%
(c) 75%
(d) 85%

33. Pearson triangle concept is used in poultry nutrition to calculate:
(a) Energy
(b) Mineral
(c) Vitamin
(d) Protein

34. Yeast should be fed in case of deficiency of:
(a) Zinc
(b) Calcium
(c) Iron
(d) Phosphorus

35. Indian feeding standard is based on:
(a) DCP-TDN system
(b) CF-CP system
(c) CF-TDN system
(d) CP-TDN system

36. Straw have more:
(a) Oxalate
(b) Phytate
(c) Carbonate
(d) All of these

37. Which amino acid is not found in grains:
(a) Methionine
(b) Valine
(c) Leucine
(d) Cysteine

38. Moisture content in hay should not be more than:
(a) 15%
(b) 17%
(c) 30%
(d) 25%

39. Pro-vitamin D in fodder is:
(a) 7-hydroxy cholesterol
(b) Cholecalciferol
(c) Ergosterol
(d) All of these

40. Basal metabolic rate of Elephant is:
(a) More than Rat
(b) Equal to that of Rat
(c) Less than that of Rat
(d) Double of Rat

41. The average biological value of microbial protein for cattle
(a) 50%
(b) 90%
(c) 30%
(d) 70%

42. The minimum crude protein content in compounded cattle feed (grade-I) as per BIS
(a) 20%
(b) 22%
(c) 24%
(d) 18%

43. The CuSo4 is used in:
(a) Fattening of pig
(b) Fattening of sheep
(c) Fattening of broiler
(d) Fattening of rabbit

44. Extension teaching methods are classified according to function as
(a) Written, Spoken and Visual
(b) Telling, Sharing and Doing
(c) Individual, Group, Mass contact
(d) None of these

45. The key village scheme was started in the year
(a) 1952
(b) 1969
(c) 1965
(d) 1950

46. Principle of extension education is learning by
(a) Seeing
(b) Doing
(c) Listening
(d) None of these

47. Extension education is
(a) Applied science
(b) basic science
(c) Pure science
(d) None of these

48. Evaluation of extension programme follows
(a) Planning
(b) Reconsideration
(c) Re-evaluation
(d) Feed back

49. Which among the following is an individual contact method
(a) Campaign
(b) Farm publication
(c) Exhibition
(d) Farm and Home visit

50. When the price of a substitute of commodity ‘X’ falls the demand for ‘X’
(a) Falls
(b) Rises
(c) Remain unchanged
(d) All of these