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1981 1. Malaria is caused by ______ a) Plasmodium b) Mosquito c) Trypnosoma 2. Rickets disease is caused by a deficiency of vitamin ________ a) C b) D c) E 3.

BCG vaccination is prevention against ____________ a) Typhoid b) Tuberculosis c) Diphtheria 4. The smallest organism which causes disease is _________ a) Protozoa b) Bacteria c) Virus 5. Pakistan is supposed to be free from __________ disease a) Poliomyelitis b) Malaria c) Small pox 6. If distant objects appear blurred due to defective sight, spectacles with _______ lenses are used a) Convex (verify) b) Concave c) Cylindrical

7. Who invented telescope? a) Thomas Edison b) Galileo c) Samuel Morse 8. Wires used in carrying electric current were made up of ________ a) Iron b) Zinc c) Copper 9. Human ear is divided into _____ parts a) Two b) Three c) Four 10. Image of an object is formed on ______ of the eye a) Cornes b) Retina c) Optic nerve 1982 1. The conversion of non-diffusible substances into diffusible ones by the action of enzymes is called catalysis (verify) 2. Saliva helps in the digestion of starch and fat 3. When a person can see nearer objects but not far objects, he is said to be suffering from farsightedness or hyperopia 4. Cancer or tumor is the result of rapid uncontrolled multiplication of cells 5. Nitric acid is principally used for the manufacture of fertilizers, explosives etc 6. In Pakistan, sulfur is found in oil fields (it is produced commercially as well, verify the answer) 7. Diamond is the purest naturally occurring crystalline form of carbon

8. The brown color of rust is because of iron oxide 9. Caustic soda is extensive used for making soaps, detergent, drinking water etc 10. The planet nearest to sun is Mercury 1983 1. The uncharged particle in atom is called _______ a) Proton b) Electron c) Neutron 2. The smallest planet of the solar system is _________ a) Venus b) Mercury c) Pluto d) Uranus 3. _________ causes sunburn and suntan a) Ultraviolet rays b) Alpha radiation c) Gamma radiation 4. The lightest gas is _______ a) Hydrogen b) Helium c) Neon 5. Bifocal lens was invented by ________ a) Newton b) Galelio c) Benjamin Franklin

6. _________ is the best conductor of electricity a) Copper b) Silver c) Iron d) Zinc 7. The ________ causes maximum spoilage to our cereal crops a) Bacteria b) Fungi c) Virus (verify) 8. A true fruit is derived from ________ of a flower a) Ovary b) Ovule c) Thalamus 9. Hydrophobia is a symptom of ________ disease a) Malaria b) Small pox c) Rabies 10. Blood cells are produced by _______ of the body a) Liver b) Spleen c) Bone marrow 1985 1. When the resultant of all the forces acting on a body is zero, the body is said to be in a state of ______ a) Stable b) Unstable

c) Equilibrium 2. Gamma rays are similar to _________ a) Beta rays b) Alpha rays c) X-rays 3. The phenomenon of separation of ordinary light into its constituent colors is knows as ________ a) Diffraction b) Dispersion c) Deviation 4. If a body weighs 600 kg on the surface of earth then the weight of the same body on the surface of moon will be _______ a) 1000 kg b) 10 kg c) 100 kg 5. When a bullet penetrates into a target, the kinetic energy of a bullet I converted into _______ a) Potential energy b) Heat energy c) Mechanical work 1987 1. The process of digestion begins in the mouth 2. Sometimes when white blood corpuscles greatly increase in number, they cause a disease called leukemia (verify) 3. The principle of wireless telegraphy was discovered by Heinrich Hertz (verify) 4. Earth is one of terrestrial (or one of 9) planets which revolves around the sun 5. The planet nearest to sun is Mercury 6. In 1975, Apollo and Soyuz docked with each other in the space

7. Swim bladder is found in some fish 1989 1. Pressure cooker works on principle that boiling point of a liquid _________ with increase in pressure a) Increases b) Decreases c) Does not effect 2. ________ is the best conductor of electricity a) Copper b) Silver c) Iron 3. Blood cells are manufactured by _________ of the body a) Liver b) Heart c) Bone marrow 4. The smallest organism which causes disease is _________ a) Protozoa b) Bacteria 5. Neutron, positron and proton have neutral and positive charges respectively a) Negative b) Positive c) Neutral

(Verify means iam not sure about the answer)