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1. The infection agent that lacks nucleic acid is
(a) Bacteria
(b) Prions
(c) Batellite virus
(d) Virusoid

2. Louis Parteur is called
(a) Father of Bacteriology
(b) Father of modern microbiology
(c) Father of Medicine
(d) Father of modern Bacteriology

3. Bacteria are highly susceptible to antibiotic during
(a) Decline phase
(b) Stationary phase
(c) Log phase
(d) None of these

4. Peste des Petits Ruminant (PPR) virus belonging to the family
(a) Orthomyxoniridae
(b) Picarnaviridae
(c) Paramyxoviridae
(d) None of these

5. The Bacterial antigen which is more resistant to chemical and physical agent is
(a) Vi Antigen
(b) H Antigen
(c) K Antigen
(d) O Antigen

6. An example of an enriched medium is
(a) Nutrient agar
(b) Blood agar
(c) Mac conkey agar
(d) Selenite broth

7. Milk ring test is used for diagnosis of
(a) Bovine brucellosis
(b) Bovine tuberculosis
(c) Bovine mastitis
(d) Rabbies

8. Zebra marking in large intestine of affected animals are seen in
(a) FMD
(b) Rinderpest
(c) Swine fever
(d) Black quarter

9. The first immunoglobulin class produced in a primary immune response is
(a) Ig A
(b) Ig G
(c) Ig Y
(d) Ig M

10. Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) should have haemagglutinin type
(a) H1
(b) H3
(c) H5
(d) H2

11. Drumstick shaped sporulating organism is
(a) Clostridium perfingens
(b) Clostridium tetani
(c) Clostridium Chuvoei
(d) Clostridium botulis

12. Herd test used for the diagnosis of brucellocosis is
(a) CFT
(b) STAT
(c) RBPT
(d) ABRT

13. In poultry, brooder pneumonia is caused by:
(a) Aspergillus favus
(b) Salmenella gallinarum
(c) Samonella parahallinarum
(d) Staphylococcus aureus

14. Japanese B encephalitis is transmitted by:
(a) Culex
(b) Aedes
(c) Anopheles
(d) Tick

15. Which is the cell wall less bacteria:
(a) Rickettsia
(b) Chlamydia
(c) Mycoplasma
(d) Spirochetes

16. Yersinia pestes which produces plague is spread by:
(a) Dog flea
(b) Rat flea
(c) Fly
(d) Mosquito

17. Hapten is also called:
(a) Antigen
(b) Complete Ag
(c) Partial Ag
(d) All of these

18. The term used to indicate alteration in size, shape and orientation of adult cell is
(a) Hyper plasia
(b) Dysplasia
(c) Metaplasia
(d) None of these

19. Freezing and frost bite produce gangrene by
(a) Causing emboli and blocking the blood vessel
(b) Causing thrombi and blocking the blood vessel
(c) Fascilitating growth of saprophyte
(d) None of these

20. The mechanism by which the foreign body is transported through circulation is called
(a) Infarction
(b) Thrombus
(c) Necrosis
(d) Embolism

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21. Carbon tetrachloride poisoning leads to
(a) Fatty change in liver
(b) Cloudy swelling in liver
(c) Hydropic degeneration in liver
(d) None of these

22. “Turkey egg” appearance of kidney is seen in
(a) Swine ergsepelas
(b) Hog cholera
(c) Foot and mouth
(d) Rinderpest

23. Hypertrophy is
(a) Increase in size of the tissue with increase in size of cells
(b) Decrease in size of the tissue after it has attained its full growth
(c) failure of an organ to develop
(d) Decrease in the size of an organ

24. The toxin responsible for the nervous symptoms in tetanus is
(a) Hemolysin
(b) Fibienolysin
(c) Hemosiderin
(d) Tetanospasmin

25. Canine distemper is characterized by
(a) Intranuclear inclusion
(b) Cytoplasmic inclusion
(c) Absence of Inclusion
(d) Cytoplasmic and Intranuclear inclusion

26. Small grayish white granule eruption in the comb, wattle eyelid and mouth of the bird is seen in
(a) Fowl pox
(b) Fowl plague
(c) Fowl typhoid
(d) Fowl cholera

27. Enlargement of tissue or organ due to n increase in the number of cells is called
(a) Hypertrophy
(b) Hyperplasia
(c) Metaplasia
(d) Dysplasia

28. Transformation of one type of tissue into another is called
(a) Displasia
(b) Anaplasia
(c) Metaplasia
(d) Hyperplasia

29. A parasite which in an inhabitant of esophageal wall which produces a tumor is
(a) Spirocerca Lupi
(b) Liver fluke
(c) Lung worms
(d) Schistosome

30. Type of necrosis seen in abscess is:
(a) Fat necrosis
(b) Liquefactive necrosis
(c) Coagulative necrosis
(d) Caseous necrosis

31. Hardening and thickening of arteries is known as:
(a) Atherosclerosis
(b) Arteriosclerosis
(c) Arteritis
(d) Aneurysm

32. Heart failure cells are seen in:
(a) Heart
(b) Lung
(c) Liver
(d) Kidney

33. The healing of an open wound will occur by:
(a) Regeneration
(b) Primary union
(c) Granulation tissue
(d) First intention

34. Which clotting factor is released from damaged tissues:
(a) Prothrombin
(b) Thrombin
(c) Fibrin
(d) Tissue thromboplastin

35. Trypanosoma equiperdum causes
(a) Nagana
(b) Surra
(c) Dourine
(d) Sleeping sickness

36. Parasites with two or more host are
(a) Stenoxenous
(b) Monoxenous
(c) Heteroxenous
(d) Hyperparasite

37. The final host for Taenia solium is
(a) Pig
(b) Man
(c) Dog
(d) Cattle

38. Anthelmintic resistance is detected by
(a) LAT
(b) HA

39. Trematode infection is highly prevalent in ducks as they ingest
(a) Fish
(b) Snail
(c) Water Lilies
(d) Insects

40. The drug of choice for a cute fasciolosis is
(a) Proziquanted
(b) Ivermection
(c) Triclabendazole
(d) Thiabendazole

41. Type of reproduction in entamoeba sp is
(a) Budding
(b) Sporulation
(c) Binary Fission
(d) Multiple Fission

42. Rodents and cockroaches acts as transport host in
(a) Ascaridiosis
(b) Dictocaulosis
(c) Ancylostomosis
(d) Stehanurosis

43. The life cycle of mosquito is generally complete in
(a) 17 days
(b) 7 days
(c) 65 days
(d) 25 days

44. Outer layer of body cuticle of tapeworms is:
(a) Homogenous
(b) Syncistial
(c) Granular
(d) Striated

45. Cerebrospinal nematodiasis is caused by immature stage of:
(a) Trichinella spiralis
(b) Strongylus sp.
(c) Setaria sp.
(d) Habronema sp.

46. Punch ulcer in abomasum of cattle are characteristic of:
(a) Theilaria annulate
(b) Babesia bigemina
(c) Haemonchus contortus
(d) Ostertagia ostertagi

47. Which is the Gapeworm of poultry:
(a) Ascaridia galli
(b) Subulura brumpti
(c) Syngamus trachea
(d) Heterakis gallinarum

48. Eye worms are:
(a) Ancylostoma caninum
(b) Uncinaria stenocephala
(c) Thysannosoma actinoides
(d) Thelezia

49. Which cause measly pork:
(a) Echinococcus granulosus
(b) Taenia solium
(c) Taenia saginata
(d) Taenia ovis

50. Antigenic variation is responsible for failure of immunoprophylaxis in:
(a) Leishmania
(b) Trypanosoma
(c) Eimeria
(d) Plasmodia