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Chapter 1
Fill in the blanks.
1) ____________ is regarded as the father of chemistry.
2) The branch of science which studies animals only is called________________.
3) The Grand Unification Theory GUT was presented by____________________.
4) The word science means ______________.
5) He has created the __________ and the earth with truth
6) Muhammmad Bin Musa Al- Khawarzmi was born in the year________.
7) But - Ali- Sina written two well known books named _________________ and______________.
8) _________________wrote many books on science and made new discoveries and inventions.
9) In 1982 a German scientist__________invented Diesel engine.
10) The individuals who are engaged in the study of chemistry are called__________.
Multiple choice questions
1) The first metal used by man was _________.
(a)Iron (b) Copper (c) oxygen (d) Nitrogen
2) The scientists who study living things are called _________.
(a) zoologist (b) botanist (c) Biologist (d) meteorologist
3) A scientist of the sub-continent who was awarded the Noble prize in Physics _____________
(a)Ibn -Al-Haitham (b) Dr Abdus Salam (c) Bu-Ali Sina (d) Jabir bin Hayyan
4) We have made from water every living thing.
(a) Surah Al -Anbiya Ayah 30 (b)Surah Al- Anbiya Ayah 32
(c) Surah Al - Anbiya Ayah 34 (d) Surah Al-Anbiya Ayah 35
5) Botanist collect knowledge about__________.
(a) Minerals (b) Animals (c) Plants (d) fossils
6) _____________ book was written by Ibn-ul-Haitham
(a) Al -Shifa (b) Al Jabar-wal-Muqabilah (c)Al -Qanoon (d)Al-Manazir
7)________________ was the son of Governor of koofa.
(a) Ibn-ul-Haitham (b) Yakoob Al-Kindi (c) Bu Ali sina (d)Dr Abdus Salam
8) The energy which is obtained from the material Uranium-235 and Uranium-238 is called__________.
(a) Kinetic energy (b)Heat energy (c) potential energy (d) atomic energy
9) Modern scientific knowledge began to spread during the period.__________
(a) 800-1300AD (b) 800-1200AD (c) 800-1100 AD (d) 800-1000 AD
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10) _____________book wrote by Al -Beruni.
(a) Al -Qanoon (b) Al -Shifa (c) Kitab-ul-Tafheem (d) Al-Jabar-wal-Muqabilah
Chapter #02 Our Life And Chemistry
Fill in the blanks
1) There are certain elements which are found in the body in small traces are called
_______________
2) Carbon,_________and ___________ are three basic building elements necessary for life.
3) ___________ is a universal solvent.
4) The percentage of nitrogen in Ammonium nitrate fertilizer is____________.
5) The chemical formula of table salt is ___________.
6) The percentage of Copper in Brass ____________.
7) A combination of two or more metal or of metal and a non metal is called__________.
8) Oxygen is a color less,__________,__________ gas.
9) The density of diamond is __________ gram/cm3.
10) The process of preparation of food in green-leaf plants is called_________________.
11) _______________ is the essential component of teeth and bones.
12) The expansion of water on cooling from 4°C to 0°Cis called________________________
13) Volumetrically Oxygen is _____________% of the air.
14) In gaseous state nitrogen occurs as ____________ molecules.
15) The moving of air into and out of the lungs is called__________________.
Multiple choice questions
1) _____________ is the non crystalline form of carbon.
(a)Coke (b) Diamond (c) graphite (d) iron
2)_______ of human body is made up of carbon compounds.
(a)10% (b) 18% (c)25% (d) 12%
3)Cellular respiration is a form of ______________.
(a) Oxidation (b)Reduction (c) a and b both (d) none of them
4) __________ is a back bone of organic chemistry.
(a) Oxygen (b) Copper (c) Nitrogen (d) Carbon
5)A green plants needs ______and ______to make glucose and starch.
(a) CO and N2 (b) CO and O2 (c) CO and N (d) CO2 and O2
6) Oxygen enters the red blood cells and combines with______________.
(a) Platelets (b) fluid (c) haemoglobin (d) none of them
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7)The word photosynthesis actually means putting together by ________.
(a) Light (b) Air (c) water (d) aa and b both
8)Water also contains _________ which helps to prevent tooth decay.
(a) sodium (b) Nitrogen (c) magnesium (d) fluorine
9)__________ helps in the process of rusting and combustion.
(a)N2 (b) CO2 (c) O2 (d) CH4
10)________________ is used for the preparation of toothpaste and tooth powder.
(a) Calcium carbonate (b) Calcium sulphate (c) Calcium super phosphate (d) Calcium sulphide
11)______________ is used for sterilizing water and for making bleach powder.
(a) Iodine (b) Chlorine (c) Magnesium (d) sodium
12) ________ phosphorus is used in making rat killing tablets.
(a) Yellow (b) Acid (c) White (d) none of them
13)___________ contain 0.12% to 0.25% of carbon.
(a) Steel (b) cast iron (c) wrought iron (d) copper
14) Sodium carbonate is also called______________.
(a) washing soda (b) Caustic soda(c) table salt (d) sodium bicarbonate
15) The formula of Magnesium chloride is____________
(a) MgBr2 (b) MgCl (c) MgBr (d) none of above
Chapter #3 Biochemistry and Biotechnology
1) _______________is a example of Catabolic reaction.
2) __________________ which digest carbohydrates.
3) Enzymes are proteins that act as _______________.
4) ______________ present in milk ,meat and nuts.
5) The production of energy by the decomposition of food molecules is called_____________.
6) Proteins are made up of simpler units known as _______________.
7) The human body contains about __________ of blood.
8) RBCs are also known as________________.
9) ________________ are nucleated, contain no haemoglobin and are essentially color less.
10) A________ is a small segment of DNA which controls the formation of a single protein or enzyme.
11) _________________ are used to make people immune to an infectious organisms so they do not
become ill.
12) Penicillin is made by the fungus _________________.
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13) ____________________for polio , whooping cough, measles and mumps are given to the children
in early ages all over the world.
14) ____________ and___________ have many surface proteins which are capable of producing
vaccines.
15) Every living thing made up of _________.
Multiple choice questions
1) Lipolytic which break the _________.
(a)Fats (b) carbohydrates (c)protein (d) lipids
2) ____________ start ,stop and regulate chemical changes but they are not part of that product.
(a)Anabolism (b) catabolism (c) Metabolism (d) Enzymes
3) Glucose, fructose, maltose are some important _________________.
(a) protein (b)Fats(c) Carbohydrates (d) Proteins and fats
4) _________________are related to the defense of the body against invading micro-organism.
(a)WBCs (b) Platelets (c) RBCs (d) none of them
5) Photosynthesis is a _______________ process
(a) Destructive (b) Constructive (c) Neutral (d) A and B both
6) There are__________conspicuous kinds of metabolism.
(a) five (b) four (c)Three(d) Two
7) Human blood is a complex ________________tissue.
(a) Muscular (b) Nervous (c) Epithelial (d) connective
8) _____________ helps to maintain the body temperature.
(a) DNA (b) RNA (c) Blood (d) Protein
9) An RBCs lives only about __________.
(a)one month (b) two months (c) three months (d) four months
10) A vaccine for _______________ is now available.
(a) hepatitis B (b) hepatitis C (c) hepatitis B&C (d) none of them
Chapter #04 Man And Health
1) The chemical formula of sugar or glucose is ________________.
2) Carbohydrates are used to build new ______________ or the ___________ in the cells.
3) More than ______________ are found in the proteins of the human body.
4) The protoplasm contains about _______% of proteins
5) The muscles,skin, hair and nerves contain ________________.
6) We get proteins from ____________ and _______________
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7) The deficiency of vitamin B1 _______________ causes the disease know as Beri Beri
8) _______________ is the disease in which gums bleed.
9) The source of vitamin C are _____________,______________.
10) ________________ is the disease caused by the deficiency of iron.
11) When you feel thirsty you take __________.
12) Water is considered as a __________________.
13) Different materials needed by our body are called _________.
14) ______________is the longest portion which connects with the spinal cord.
15) The body will become weighty and the person will feel difficulty in moving and walking is known
as______________.
Multiple choice questions
1) Lack of insulin hormone causes a disease called ___________.
(a) Diabetes (b) Goiter (c) Scurry (d) Beri Beri
2) Pancreas also secretes two other hormones named __________&_____________.
(a) Posterior & anterior (b) cortisone & adrenalin (c) insulin & glucagon (d) insulin & cortisone
3) The process of deterioration with time is called _________.
(a) Child-hood (b) Adolescence (c) Adult-hood (d) Aging
4) Going in _____________ involves movements of muscles,nerves,joints,eyes and head.
(a) Qoma (b) Qiyam (c) sajda (d) b and c both.
5) ______________ is used for saving us from the deficiency of iodine.
(a) Black salt (b) iodized salt (c) rock salt (d) none of them
6) The deficiency of _______________ causes Headache, unconscious ness
(a) Phosphorus (b) Magnesium (c) Calcium (d) Sodium
7) The dog,cat ,or fox bite causes the disease of ____________.
(a) Anemia (b) Night blindness (c) Rabies (d) Beri Beri
8) The adrenal medulla produce a hormone called______________.
(a) Pancreas (b) adrenalin (c) thyroxin (d) cortisone
9) Medulla helps to control the vital acts ___________________ on which life itself depends
(a) Writing and acting (b) breathing and heart beat (c) breathing and acting
(d) seeing and heart beat
10) Iron is needed to form the haemoglobin in _____________
(a) red blood cells (b) white blood cells (c) Platelets (d) Plasma
Chapter #05 Disease Cause And Prevention
1) The disease causing organisms are called ___________________ or ____________________
2) ____________ are some what plant like but with no root, stem,leaf and chlorophyll.
3) A fungal infection is called ________________.
4) ____________ test is performed for the diagnosis of Typhoid.
5) Immune means_______________________________.
6) ___________________ present in smoke of cigarettes.
7) Ringworm and athletes’s foot are common ______________ disease.
8) A ________________ is an abnormal functioning the body.
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9) ____________________ and _________________ kill the pathogen and cure the disease.
10) Opium comes from _____________ plant.
Multiple choice questions
1) Penicillin is obtained from ________________
(a) Bacteria (b) Fungus (c) Virus (d) virus and bacteria
2) In __________ first antibiotic is introduced
(a) 1920s (b)1930s (c) 1940s (d) 1950s
3) Morphine and codeine are made from ______________.
(a) Narcotics (b) Nicotine(c)opium (d)Heroin
4) ____________ is an internal parasite
(a) Ringworm (b) vibrio coma (c) Ascaris (d) none of them
5) Meat, milk and fish provide ____________ to our body.
(a) Plant protein (b) Vitamin (c) fats (d) Animal protein
6) Tetanus is caused by the_______________ of a bacterium.
(a) Cells (b) spores (c) zygote (d)Eggs
7) Ascaris is commonly known as ______________
(a) Ringworm (b) Thread worm (c)worm (d) round worm
8) Cholera is caused by a comma shaped bacterium named
(a) vibrio cholerae (b) vibrio comma (c) Rubeola virus (d) variola
9) White blood cells engulf and destroys the _____________.
(a) Virus (b) bacteria (c) germs (d) fungi
11) Hepatitis -A is commonly called _______________.
(a) Jaundice (b) Diphtheria (c)delta antigen (d) Typhoid

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Chapter 1 Fill in the blanks. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) ____________ is regarded as the father of chemistry. The branch of science which studies animals only is called________________. The Grand Unification Theory GUT was presented by____________________. The word science means ______________. He has created the __________ and the earth with truth Muhammmad Bin Musa Al- Khawarzmi was born in the year________. But - Ali- Sina written two well known books named _________________ and______________. _________________wrote many books on science and made new discoveries and inventions. In 1982 a German scientist__________invented Diesel engine. The individuals who are engaged in the study of chemistry are called__________. Multiple choice questions 1) The first metal used by man was _________. (a)Iron (b) Copper (c) oxygen (d) Nitrogen 2) The scientists who study living things are called _________. (a) zoologist (b) botanist (c) Biologist (d) meteorologist 3) A scientist of the sub-continent who was awarded the Noble prize in Physics _____________ (a)Ibn -Al-Haitham (b) Dr Abdus Salam (c) Bu-Ali – Sina (d) Jabir bin Hayyan 4) We have made from water every living thing. (a) Surah Al -Anbiya Ayah 30 (b)Surah Al- Anbiya Ayah 32 (c) Surah Al - Anbiya Ayah 34 (d) Surah Al-Anbiya Ayah 35 5) Botanist collect knowledge about__________. (a) Minerals (b) Animals (c) Plants (d) fossils 6) _____________ book was written by Ibn-ul-Haitham (a) Al -Shifa (b) Al Jabar-wal-Muqabilah (c)Al -Qanoon (d)Al-Manazir 7)________________ was the son of Governor of koofa. (a) Ibn-ul-Haitham (b) Yakoob Al-Kindi (c) Bu Ali sina (d)Dr Abdus Salam 8) The energy which is obtained from the material Uranium-235 and Uranium-238 is called__________. (a) Kinetic energy (b)Heat energy (c) potential energy (d) atomic energy 9) Modern scientific knowledge began to spread during the period.__________ (a) 800-1300AD (b) 800-1200AD (c) 800-1100 AD (d) 800-1000 AD 10) _____________book wrote by Al -Beruni. (a) Al -Qanoon (b) Al -Shifa (c) Kitab-ul-Tafheem (d) Al-Jabar-wal-Muqabilah Chapter #02 Our Life And Chemistry Fill in the blanks 1) There are certain elements which are found in the body in small traces are called _______________ 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) Carbon,_________and ___________ are three basic building elements necessary for life. ___________ is a universal solvent. The percentage of nitrogen in Ammonium nitrate fertilizer is____________. The chemical formula of table salt is ___________. The percentage of Copper in Brass ____________. A combination of two or more metal or of metal and a non metal is called__________. Oxygen is a color less,__________,__________ gas. The density of diamond is __________ gram/cm3. The process of preparation of food in green-leaf plants is called_________________. _______________ is the essential component of teeth and bones. The expansion of water on cooling from 4°C to 0°Cis called________________________ Volumetrically Oxygen is _____________% of the air. In gaseous state nitrogen occurs as ____________ molecules. The moving of air into and out of the lungs is called__________________. Multiple choice questions 1) _____________ is the non crystalline form of carbon. (a)Coke (b) Diamond (c) graphite (d) iron 2)_______ of human body is made up of carbon compounds. (a)10% (b) 18% (c)25% (d) 12% 3)Cellular respiration is a form of ______________. (a) Oxidation (b)Reduction (c) a and b both (d) none of them 4) __________ is a back bone of organic chemistry. (a) Oxygen (b) Copper (c) Nitrogen (d) Carbon 5)A green plants needs ______and ______to make glucose and starch. (a) CO and N2 (b) CO and O2 (c) CO and N (d) CO2 and O2 6) Oxygen enters the red blood cells and combines with______________. (a) Platelets (b) fluid (c) haemoglobin (d) none of them 7)The word photosynthesis actually means putting together by ________. (a) Light (b) Air (c) water (d) aa and b both 8)Water also contains _________ which helps to prevent tooth decay. (a) sodium (b) Nitrogen (c) magnesium (d) fluorine 9)__________ helps in the process of rusting and combustion. (a)N2 (b) CO2 (c) O2 (d) CH4 10)________________ is used for the preparation of toothpaste and tooth powder. (a) Calcium carbonate (b) Calcium sulphate (c) Calcium super phosphate (d) Calcium sulphide 11)______________ is used for sterilizing water and for making bleach powder. (a) Iodine (b) Chlorine (c) Magnesium (d) sodium 12) ________ phosphorus is used in making rat killing tablets. (a) Yellow (b) Acid (c) White (d) none of them 13)___________ contain 0.12% to 0.25% of carbon. (a) Steel (b) cast iron (c) wrought iron (d) copper 14) Sodium carbonate is also called______________. (a) washing soda (b) Caustic soda(c) table salt (d) sodium bicarbonate 15) The formula of Magnesium chloride is____________ (a) MgBr2 (b) MgCl (c) MgBr (d) none of above Chapter #3 Biochemistry and Biotechnology 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) _______________is a example of Catabolic reaction. __________________ which digest carbohydrates. Enzymes are proteins that act as _______________. ______________ present in milk ,meat and nuts. The production of energy by the decomposition of food molecules is called_____________. Proteins are made up of simpler units known as _______________. The human body contains about __________ of blood. RBCs are also known as________________. ________________ are nucleated, contain no haemoglobin and are essentially color less. A________ is a small segment of DNA which controls the formation of a single protein or enzyme. _________________ are used to make people immune to an infectious organisms so they do not become ill. 12) Penicillin is made by the fungus _________________. 13) ____________________for polio , whooping cough, measles and mumps are given to the children in early ages all over the world. 14) ____________ and___________ have many surface proteins which are capable of producing vaccines. 15) Every living thing made up of _________. Multiple choice questions 1) Lipolytic which break the _________. (a)Fats (b) carbohydrates (c)protein (d) lipids 2) ____________ start ,stop and regulate chemical changes but they are not part of that product. (a)Anabolism (b) catabolism (c) Metabolism (d) Enzymes 3) Glucose, fructose, maltose are some important _________________. (a) protein (b)Fats(c) Carbohydrates (d) Proteins and fats 4) _________________are related to the defense of the body against invading micro-organism. (a)WBCs (b) Platelets (c) RBCs (d) none of them 5) Photosynthesis is a _______________ process (a) Destructive (b) Constructive (c) Neutral (d) A and B both 6) There are__________conspicuous kinds of metabolism. (a) five (b) four (c)Three(d) Two 7) Human blood is a complex ________________tissue. (a) Muscular (b) Nervous (c) Epithelial (d) connective 8) _____________ helps to maintain the body temperature. (a) DNA (b) RNA (c) Blood (d) Protein 9) An RBCs lives only about __________. (a)one month (b) two months (c) three months (d) four months 10) A vaccine for _______________ is now available. (a) hepatitis B (b) hepatitis C (c) hepatitis B&C (d) none of them Chapter #04 Man And Health 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) The chemical formula of sugar or glucose is ________________. Carbohydrates are used to build new ______________ or the ___________ in the cells. More than ______________ are found in the proteins of the human body. The protoplasm contains about _______% of proteins The muscles,skin, hair and nerves contain ________________. We get proteins from ____________ and _______________ 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) The deficiency of vitamin B1 _______________ causes the disease know as Beri Beri _______________ is the disease in which gums bleed. The source of vitamin C are _____________,______________. ________________ is the disease caused by the deficiency of iron. When you feel thirsty you take __________. Water is considered as a __________________. Different materials needed by our body are called _________. ______________is the longest portion which connects with the spinal cord. The body will become weighty and the person will feel difficulty in moving and walking is known as______________. Multiple choice questions 1) Lack of insulin hormone causes a disease called ___________. (a) Diabetes (b) Goiter (c) Scurry (d) Beri Beri 2) Pancreas also secretes two other hormones named __________&_____________. (a) Posterior & anterior (b) cortisone & adrenalin (c) insulin & glucagon (d) insulin & cortisone 3) The process of deterioration with time is called _________. (a) Child-hood (b) Adolescence (c) Adult-hood (d) Aging 4) Going in _____________ involves movements of muscles,nerves,joints,eyes and head. (a) Qoma (b) Qiyam (c) sajda (d) b and c both. 5) ______________ is used for saving us from the deficiency of iodine. (a) Black salt (b) iodized salt (c) rock salt (d) none of them 6) The deficiency of _______________ causes Headache, unconscious ness (a) Phosphorus (b) Magnesium (c) Calcium (d) Sodium 7) The dog,cat ,or fox bite causes the disease of ____________. (a) Anemia (b) Night blindness (c) Rabies (d) Beri Beri 8) The adrenal medulla produce a hormone called______________. (a) Pancreas (b) adrenalin (c) thyroxin (d) cortisone 9) Medulla helps to control the vital acts ___________________ on which life itself depends (a) Writing and acting (b) breathing and heart beat (c) breathing and acting (d) seeing and heart beat 10) Iron is needed to form the haemoglobin in _____________ (a) red blood cells (b) white blood cells (c) Platelets (d) Plasma Chapter #05 Disease Cause And Prevention 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) The disease causing organisms are called ___________________ or ____________________ ____________ are some what plant like but with no root, stem,leaf and chlorophyll. A fungal infection is called ________________. ____________ test is performed for the diagnosis of Typhoid. Immune means_______________________________. ___________________ present in smoke of cigarettes. Ringworm and athletes’s foot are common ______________ disease. A ________________ is an abnormal functioning the body. 9) ____________________ and _________________ kill the pathogen and cure the disease. 10) Opium comes from _____________ plant. Multiple choice questions 1) Penicillin is obtained from ________________ (a) Bacteria (b) Fungus (c) Virus (d) virus and bacteria 2) In __________ first antibiotic is introduced (a) 1920s (b)1930s (c) 1940s (d) 1950s 3) Morphine and codeine are made from ______________. (a) Narcotics (b) Nicotine(c)opium (d)Heroin 4) ____________ is an internal parasite (a) Ringworm (b) vibrio coma (c) Ascaris (d) none of them 5) Meat, milk and fish provide ____________ to our body. (a) Plant protein (b) Vitamin (c) fats (d) Animal protein 6) Tetanus is caused by the_______________ of a bacterium. (a) Cells (b) spores (c) zygote (d)Eggs 7) Ascaris is commonly known as ______________ (a) Ringworm (b) Thread worm (c)worm (d) round worm 8) Cholera is caused by a comma shaped bacterium named (a) vibrio cholerae (b) vibrio comma (c) Rubeola virus (d) variola 9) White blood cells engulf and destroys the _____________. (a) Virus (b) bacteria (c) germs (d) fungi 11) Hepatitis -A is commonly called _______________. (a) Jaundice (b) Diphtheria (c)delta antigen (d) Typhoid Name: Description: ...
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