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Previous Year Questions : Biology Section UPSC 2013 GS paper 1

Previous Year Questions : Biology Section UPSC 2013 GS paper 1

Previous Year Questions : Biology Section UPSC 2013 GS paper 1

We have started a series in which Previous Year Questions UPSC IAS questions related to General Studies will be analysed, solved and provided inputs. We will brainstorm on 2013 , 2014 and 2015 Previous Year Questions question papers. Video presentation will be there for each section.

We have started from Biology Section Previous Year Questions and UPSC 2013 GS paper 1 have been taken for solution and analysis. Below the questions , answer/solution and video lectures are given.

This will help you to make strategy what kind of questions are being asked and how you can prepare accordingly.

UPSC 2013 General Studies Paper 1 : Prelims : Total 11 questions were asked from Biology Portion. Which were these 11 questions. Let us discuss.

Previous Year Questions : Video Lectures 

Previous Year Questions : Part 1

Previous Year Questions : Part 2

Q1. Which of the following diseases can be transmitted from one person to another through tattooing?

  1. Chikungunya
  2. Hepatitis B
  3. HIV-AIDS

Select the correct answer using the codes given below.

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c)1 and 3 only

(d )1, 2 and 3

Hepatitis B : How it spreads

By blood products (unclean needles or unscreened blood).

By mother to baby by pregnancy, labor, or nursing.

By having unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex.

Hepatitis B : A serious liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus that’s easily preventable by a vaccine.

Chikungunya is a viral disease transmitted to humans by infected mosquitoes. It causes fever and severe joint pain. Other symptoms include muscle pain, headache, nausea, fatigue and rash.

Humans and other primates are the natural hosts for the chikungunyavirus. The virus is spread to humans by the bite of an infected female Aedes species mosquito – Aedes aegypti or Aedes albopictus. These are the same tropical and sub-tropical mosquitoes that carry the dengue virus.

Q2. Consider the following minerals

  1. Calcium
  2. Iron
  3. SodiumPrevious Year Questions : Biology Section UPSC 2013 GS paper 1

Which of the minerals given above is/are required by human body for the contraction of muscles?

(a)1 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c )1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

Myoglobin (symbol Mb or MB) is an iron– and oxygen-binding protein found in the muscle tissue

Sodium and Potassium

Sodium and potassium play essential roles in muscle contraction because of their importance in nerve function. Your nervous system communicates with your muscles through structures called neuromuscular junctions, and the activation of a nerve triggers muscle contraction. Sodium and potassium help your nerve cells send electrical signals, called action potentials, that signal for your muscles to contract. A loss of either mineral prevents your nerves from communicating properly with your muscle fibers, leading to muscle weakness or twitching.

Calcium and Magnesium

Calcium and magnesium work together to control muscle contraction. Both minerals interact with the proteins actin and myosin — structural proteins that shorten with each muscle contraction, then lengthen to relax your muscles. Actin and myosin rely on calcium to shorten and contract your muscles, then rely on magnesium to relax after a contraction. While low calcium levels primarily affect your bones — causing bone loss and putting you at risk for osteoporosis — magnesium deficiency affects your muscles, causing abnormal muscle contraction.

Iron

Iron also helps your muscles contract. Each muscle contraction uses up energy as well as oxygen. Iron helps support continued muscle function by supporting energy production in your muscle cells, so that your muscle fibers always have the energy they need to contract properly. Iron also helps your muscles store oxygen to fuel muscle contractions, and promotes healthy circulation so that your muscles can get additional oxygen from your bloodstream.

Q3. Which of the following statements is / are correct?

  1. Viruses lack enzymes necessary for the generation of energy.
  2. Viruses can be cultured in any synthetic medium.
  3. Viruses are transmitted from one organism to another by biological vectors only.

Select the correct answer using the codes given below.

(a)1 only

(b)2 and 3 only

(c )1 and 3 only

(d)1, 2 and 3Previous Year Questions : Biology Section UPSC 2013 GS paper 1

Most viruses have either RNA or DNA as their genetic material. The nucleic acid may be single- or double-stranded. The entire infectious virus particle, called a virion, consists of the nucleic acid and an outer shell of protein. The simplest viruses contain only enough RNA or DNA to encode four proteins.

Q4. Recombinant DNA technology (Genetic Engineering) allows genes to be transferred




(a)  across different species of plants

(b ) from animals to plants

(c ) from microorganisms to higher organisms

Select the correct answer using the codes given below.

(a)  1 only

(b )  2 and 3 only

(c ) 1 and 3 only

(d ) 1, 2 and 3

Q5. Improper handling and storage of cereal grains and oilseeds result in the production of toxins known as aflatoxins which are not generally destroyed by normal cooking process. Aflatoxins are produced by

(a) bacteria

(b) protozoa

(c) moulds

(d) viruses

Aflatoxin is a potent human carcinogen. It is a naturally occurring toxic metabolite produced by certain fungi (Aspergillus flavis), a mold found on food products such as corn and peanuts, peanut butter. It acts as a potent liver carcinogen in rodents (and, presumably, humans)

Q6. Fruits stored in a cold chamber exhibit longer storage life because

(a) exposure to sunlight is prevented

(b) Concentration of carbon dioxide in the environment is increased

(c ) rate of respiration is decreased

(d ) there is an increase in humidity

During respiration oxygen is consumed and carbon dioxide , water and energy is released. Slower respiration lesser energy , means slow metabolic activities or chemical reactions. In storage principle of slow respiration is followed.

Q7. Many transplanted seedlings do not grow because

(a) the new soil does not contain favorable minerals

(b) most of the root hairs grip the new soil too hard

(c ) most of the root hairs are lost during transplantation

(d) leaves get damaged during transplantation

Root hairs are delicate. When seedlings are transplanted root hairs may damage. Root hairs are useful in respiration, absorption and water /miner transport. Damage in root hairs can stop respiration.

Q8. Which of the following leaf modification occurs/occur in desert areas to inhibit water loss?

  1. Hard and waxy leaves
  2. Tiny leaves or no leaves
  3. Thorns instead of leaves

Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

(a) 1 and 2 only

(b) 2 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

Hard and waxy leaves slow transpiration. Tiny leaves surface area less so less transpiration, thorns are also modified leaves to reduce level of transpiration.

 

Q9. Consider the following animals:

  1. Sea cow
  2. Sea Horse
  3. Sea lion

Which of the above is/are mammal/mammals?

(a) 1 only

(b ) 1 and 3 only

( c) 2 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

Mammals give birth and feed milk to their offspring.  Sea Cow is a big aquatic mammal and similarly Sea lion. While Sea Horse comes under the category of Pisces.

Q10. Consider the following organisms

  1. Agaricus
  2. Nostoc
  3. Spirogyra

Which of the above is / are used as biofertilizer / biofertilizers

(a) 1 and 2

(b) 2 only

(c) 2 and 3

(d) 3 only

Blue green algae constitute an important group of micro organism capable of fixing atmospheric nitrogen. Nostoc is a type of Blue green algae.




SPIROGYRA:

It is a non living nitrogen fixing algae. Its inoculations severs as organic biomass for the growing rice plants.

Furthur, the mucilaginous sheath of the filaments of spirogyra is an abode of many micro organisms some of which may fix nitrogen.

Q11. Which of the following adds / add nitrogen to the soil?

  1. Excretion of urea by animals
  2. Burning of coal by man
  3. Death of vegetation

Select the correct answer using the codes given below.

(a)  1 only

(b)  2 and 3 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2 and 3

-Excretion of urea by animals : Converted in to ammonia and then nitrates. Burning of coal emits oxide of nitrogen. In atmosphere adds nitrogen which comes on the earth and is used as nitrates. Death of vegetation decompose and result into nitrogen compound.

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IAS -HCS Integrated Course 2016 General Studies from 27th April

IAS -HCS Integrated Course 2016 General Studies 

IAS -HCS Integrated Course 2016 General Studies

IAS -HCS Integrated Course Highlights:

  • Video lectures of every topic day wise
  • day wise
  • PDF file study material
  • Structured approach
  • 20 full length tests (10 IAS + 10 HCS)

IAS -HCS Integrated Course 2016 General Studies from 27th April

IAS -HCS Integrated Course Plan:

day Subject Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Subject Lecture 1 Lecture 2
1 Geography Biology
2 Geography Biology
3 Geography Biology
4 Geography Biology
5 Geography Biology
6 Geography Biology
7 Geography
8 Geography Biology
9 Geography Biology
10 Geography Biology
11 Geography Biology
12 Geography Biology
13 Geography Biology
14 Geography Biology
15 Geography Biology
16 Geography Chemistry
17 Geography Chemistry
18 Geography Chemistry
19 Geography Chemistry
20 Geography Chemistry
21 History Chemistry
22 History Chemistry
23 History Chemistry
24 History Chemistry
25 History Chemistry
26 History Physics
27 History Physics
28 History Physics
29 History Physics
30 History Physics
31 History Physics
32 History Physics
33 History Physics
34 History Physics
35 History Physics
36 History Economics
37 History Economics
38 History Economics
39 History Economics
40 History Economics
41 Polity Economics
42 Polity Economics
43 Polity Economics
44 Polity Economics
45 Polity Economics
46 Polity Economics
47 Polity Economics
48 Polity Economics
49 Polity Economics
50 Polity Economics
51 Polity Current GK
52 Polity Current GK
53 Polity Current GK
54 Polity Current GK
55 Polity Current GK
56 Ecology Current GK
57 Ecology Current GK
58 Ecology Current GK
59 Ecology Current GK
60 Ecology Current GK
61 Ecology Misc.
62 Ecology Misc.
63 Ecology Misc.
64 Ecology Misc
65 Ecology Misc
66 Ecology Misc
67 Ecology Misc
68 Ecology Misc
69 Ecology Misc
70 Ecology Misc
71 Haryana GK Making of Haryana Political set up
72 Haryana GK Ancient History Ancient History
73 Haryana GK Medieval History Medieval History
74 Haryana GK Modern History Modern History
75 Haryana GK Important personalities Important festivals
76 Haryana GK Dances Ornaments
77 Haryana GK Geography Geography
78 Haryana GK Parks Lakes
79 Haryana GK Economy Economic survey
80 Haryana GK Science who is who
81 Haryana GK awards sports
82 Haryana GK Budget Budget
83 Haryana GK music schemes
84 Haryana GK education Haryana Current
85 Haryana GK Tourism Population
86
87 Revision
88
89
90
91
92 Full Length IAS Test  1
93
94 Full Length IAS Test  2
95
96 Full Length IAS Test  3
97
98 Full Length IAS Test  4
99 Full Length IAS Test  5
100
101 Full Length IAS Test  6
102
103 Full Length IAS Test 7
104
105 Full Length IAS Test  8
106 Full Length IAS Test  9
107
108 Full Length IAS Test  10
109
110 HCS Full Length Paper 1
111
112 HCS Full Length Paper2
113 HCS Full Length Paper3
114
115 HCS Full Length Paper 4
116 HCS Full Length Paper 5
117 HCS Full Length Paper 6
118 HCS Full Length Paper 7
119 HCS Full Length Paper 8
HCS Full Length Paper 9
120 HCS Full Length Paper 10

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Frontier IAS Starts new youtube channel for IAS / HCS coaching

Frontier IAS Starts new youtube channel for IAS / HCS coaching

Frontier IAS Starts new youtube channel for IAS / HCS coaching

Frontier IAS coaching based at Hisar has started new Youtube Channel to provide thousands of HCS /IAS aspirants in coming day. This channel will be highly useful for those who have less time but want every thing in a systematic manner.

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HPSC Naib Tehsildar : "Online Coaching Batch" from 28th Dec

HPSC Naib Tehsildar : “Online Coaching Batch” from 28th Dec

HPSC Naib Tehsildar : “Online Coaching Batch” from 28th Dec by Frontier IAS Coaching Centre Hisar. This course will contain Video Lectures link through email + PDF files through email + Query handling support + Test Series ( 20 Tests: PDF + Online).

The course will cover all the topics/subjects which are covered in HPSC syllabus ( Naib Tehsildar or HCS GS (prelims). These topics/subjects include History, Geography, Indian Polity, Economics, General Science, Current, Haryana GK.

Duration of the course:

Duration of the course will be approx. 3 months. However if exam preponed or postponed we will be flexible in managing within time frame.

Test Series which will contain 20 Tests will be conducted meantime.

Is there advantage of HPSC preparation in HSSC?

There are many aspirants who are preparing for HSSC exams like excise inspector , food inspector etc. 

These students must be looking for HPSC + HSSC combination so that respective results can be achieved. So to meet this requirement we will provide extra benefits of HSSC through our other unit Pinnacle Coaching Centre. In this way a complete and intensive preparation you will be able to do. We will cover related to HSSC math, Reasoning, English, Reasoning, Hindi along with GS and Haryana GK.

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HPSC Naib Tehsildar : "Online Coaching Batch" from 28th Dec

Advantages of ” Online Coaching Batch”: 

Now a days many students opt for online coaching as it will provide them flexibility, no wastage of time in going here and there of coaching, quality coaching and contents in online coaching, less cost. Cost of online coaching is less if you caculate everything. All products/study contents at one address.

HPSC Naib Tehsildar : "Online Coaching Batch" from 28th Dec

Is there any advantages for preparing Naib Tehsildar for any other good exam?

Advatnages will be in civil services like UPSC IAS, HCS. In fact HCS and Naib tehsildar are both conducted by HPSC. If you are preparing for Naib Tehsildar it means you are preparing for HCS also automatically.

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Key Bills recently in news: Summary report 1

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Key Bills recently in news: Summary report

Q1.  Discuss the salient features of ‘The Juvenile Justic ( Care and Protection of Children) Bill, 2014. 

 

The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Bill , 2014

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23th Sept: Class notes for Public Administration

23th Sept: Class notes for Public Administration – frontier IAS

Public Sector Enterprises

 
Let us start the class from questions..
 
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Q1. Examine the success and failure of Public Sector Enterprises since independence. 
 
Q2. In era of liberalization, privatization and globalization do you see diminishing role of public sector. Comments.
 
Q3. In country like India role of public sector can not Continue reading 23th Sept: Class notes for Public Administration
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14th Sept: Class Notes of Public Administration

14th Sept: Class Notes of Public Administration 

A. Promotional Examination

Open competition / limited competition / pass
With or without interview
Open Competition: outsiders also, brings new blood and fresh ideas
Limited competition:  only those who are in department, also called closed system
Pass examination: just to pass, minimum attainments for promotion whenever vacancy
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Syllabus for 12th Sept Test Series

Syllabus for 12th Sept Test Series

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Syllabus

Whatever the contents covered in the class

 

IAS Mains

GS   (1+2+3)

There will be 25 Questions. Answers need to write in 200 words.

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7th Sept: Class Notes 002 Public Administration

7th Sept: Class Notes 002 Public Administration

Significance of Personnel Management