Human Health and Disease Mock Test-1

Question No:1
Which scientist, along with Norman Borlaug, brought ‘Green Revolution’ to India?

(A) (a) Kartikeyan
(B) (b) Murlidharan
(C) (c) Swaminanthan
(D) (d) Khurana



Question No:2
_____ varieties of wheat brought ‘Green Revolution’ to India,

(A) (a) American
(B) (b) Mexican
(C) (c) Peruvian
(D) (d) Chilean



Question No:3
Greeks like Hippocrates and Indian Ayurveda system considered health as _____

(A) (a) unbalance of certain ‘humors’
(B) (b) absence of certain ‘humors’
(C) (c) balance of certain ‘humors’
(D) (d) presence of certain ‘humors’



Question No:4
People with _____ were believed to have hot personality and would have fevers,

(A) (a) black bile
(B) (b) yellow bile
(C) (c) green bile
(D) (d) brown bile



Question No:5
Who discovered blood circulation?

(A) (a) William Harvey
(B) (b) Land Steiner
(C) (c) J.F. Watson
(D) (d) Edison



Question No:6
Which device was used by William Harvey to disprove ‘good humor’ hypothesis of health?

(A) (a) Cardiograph
(B) (b) Sphygmomanometer
(C) (c) Thermometer
(D) (d) Barometer



Question No:7
Which system of the human body is actually responsible for maintaining health?

(A) (a) Neuronal system
(B) (b) Circulatory system
(C) (c) Endocrine system
(D) (d) Immune system



Question No:8
Health is affected by

(A) (a) Genetic disorders
(B) (b) Infections
(C) (c) Lifestyle
(D) (d) All



Question No:9
A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being is termed as

(A) (a) Disease
(B) (b) Comfort
(C) (c) Health
(D) (d) Hygiene



Question No:10
Good health can be maintained by

(A) (a) Balanced diet
(B) (b) Personal hygiene
(C) (c) Regular exercise
(D) (d) All



Question No:11
_____ has been practised since time immemorial to achieve physical and mental health

(A) (a) Sports
(B) (b) Yoga
(C) (c) Aerobics
(D) (d) Gym



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Question No:13
Diseases which are transmitted from person to person are called

(A) (a) Non-infections
(B) (b) Genetic
(C) (c) Infectious
(D) (d) Deadly



Question No:14
An infectious disease which is fatal is

(A) (a) Cold
(B) (b) Conjunctivitis
(C) (c) AIDS
(D) (d) Cholera



Question No:15
Disease causing organisms are known as

(A) (a) Vectors
(B) (b) Pathogens
(C) (c) Carriers
(D) (d) Parasites



Question No:16
Pathogens have to _____ within the environment of the host

(A) (a) adapt to attach
(B) (b) adapt to only body temperature
(C) (c) adapt to life
(D) (d) adapt to mutation



Question No:17
Typhoid fever in humans is caused by

(A) (a) Rotavirus
(B) (b) Salmonella typhi
(C) (c) Escherichia coli
(D) (d) Amoeba



Question No:18
Salmonella typhi generally enters which part of the alimentary canal?

(A) (a) Stomach
(B) (b) Large intestine
(C) (c) Small intestine
(D) (d) Mouth