Sunday, May 25, 2014

EAMCET -2014 MEDICAL EXPECTED CUT OFF MARKS AND RANKS

EAMCET-2014 MEDICAL EXPECTED CUTOFF MARKS

EAMCET 1ST RANK- 159 MARKS
EAMCET 10 RANK  -  157 MARKS
EAMCET 100 RANK  - 148 MARKS
EAMCET 400 RANK  - 142 MARKS
EAMCET 1000 RANK - 135 MARKS
EAMCET 1500 RANK - 134 MARKS
EAMCET 2000 RANK - 126 MARKS
EAMCET 2500 RANK - 123  MARKS


MBBS FREE SEAT 
OC  ---- 130 OR 131
BC-A ---- 125 0R 126
BC-B ----- 127 0R 128
BC-C ----- 125 OR 124
BC- D ---- 124 OR 123
SC ----- 119 0R 120
ST ---- 117 OR 118


MBBS ‘A’ CATEGORY
OC ---- 127 OR 128
BC-A ---- 122 0R 123
BC-B ----- 124 0R 123
BC-C ----- 122 OR 121
BC- D ---- 120 OR 121
SC ----- 115 0R 116
ST ---- 114 OR 113


MBBS ‘B’ CATEGORY

OC ---- 126 OR 125
BC-A ---- 117 0R 118
BC-B ----- 120 0R 119
BC-C ----- 118 OR 119
BC- D ---- 117 OR 116
SC ----- 110 0R 110
ST ---- 108  OR  107


*IPE PERCENTAGE - 23 TO 25

M.RAVI TEJA (MRT) - 9490947607
LECTURER IN BOTANY
NARAYANA MEDICAL ACADEMY  
CO CAMPUS 
VIJAYAWADA

EAMCET MEDICAL 2014 QUESTION PAPER WITH ANSWERS


EAMCET - 2014
1.      Match the following and choose the correct match

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
Early seed production in conifers
i)
Indole substance
*1)
II
V
IV
III
B)
Seed development and maturation
ii)
Terpene substance
2)
II
I
V
IV
C)
Lateral shoot growth
iii)
Volatile substance
3)
IV
III
II
I
D)
Root hair formation
iv)
Adenine derivative
4)
III
I
V
II


v)
Carotenoid derivative





2.      In flowering plants, the site of perception of light/dark duration is
*1) Leaves                    2) Shoot apex                 3) Floral meristem            4) Stem
3.      Beggiotoa is a
1) Photoautotroph         2) Photoheterotroph        3) Chemoheterotroph       *4) Chemoautotroph
4.      Identify the correct pair of combination
I. Viroid – Bovine Spongiform Encephalitis          II. Prion – Creutzfeldt Jacob disease
III. Measles Virus – Glycoprotein projections        IV. Rabies virus – Polyhedral symmetry
1) I, III                           2) I, II                              *3) II, III                           4) III, IV
5.      A cross between two tall garden pea plants produced all tall plants. The possible genotypes of the parents are
I. TT, TT                        II. TT, Tt                          III. Tt, tt                           IV. Tt, Tt
1) I, IV                          *2) I, II                             3) II, III                             4) III, IV
6.      Tall (T) is completely dominant over dwarf (t). Red flower colour (R) is incompletely dominant over white (t). The heterozygote being pink. Plant having genotype of TtRr is self-pollinated. What would be the proportion of plants with dwarf and pink characters in its progeny?
1) 1/16                            2) 9/16                              3) 3/16                                *4) 2/16
7.      If the codon GGU is reversed, the resulting codon will code for this amino acid.
*1) Trp                          2) Ileu                             3) Thr                              4) Tyr
8.      Study the following lists and choose the correct match

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
Exon
i)
Site for binding of RNA polymerase
1)
II
IV
I
V
B)
Capping
ii)
Coding sequence
2)
III
I
II
IV
C)
Tailing
iii)
Lagging strand
3)
IV
II
III
I
D)
Promoter
iv)
Methyl Guanosine triphosphate
*4)
II
IV
V
I


v)
Adenylate residues





9.      Identify the correct pair of combinations
I. 14C – Distinction between PSI and PSII             
II. 15N – Semiconservative replication of DNA
III. 35S – Polypeptide synthesis       
IV. 32P – identification of chemical nature of genetic material
*1) II, IV                        2) I, II                              3) I, III                             4) II, III
10.    Some foreign DNA fragment is attached to Cla I site of pBR 322. This recombinant vector is used to transform Escherichia coli host cells. The cells subjected to transformation are plated on two different media – one containing ampicillin and the other containing tetracyclin. The transformed cells containing the recombinant vector
1) will not grow on either tetracycline containing or ampicillin containing media         
2)will grow on tetracycline but not on ampicillin containing medium            
3)will grow on ampicillin but not on tetracyclinecontaining medium             
*4) will grow on both tetracycline and ampicillin containing media
11.    Assume that the occurrence of nitrogen bases in adjacent positions in a DNA strand is random. Identify the minimum number of nucleotides in a DNA strand where GAAT can occur on the basis of probability.
*1) 256                         2) 4096                           3) 1024                           4) 512
12.    Study the following lists and identify the correct match

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
RNAi
i)
Cotton boll worm
1)
IV
III
I
V
B)
ELISA
ii)
Early detection of HIV
2)
II
III
V
IV
C)
PCR
iii)
Meloidegyne resistance
3)
V
I
III
II
D)
Cry IAb
iv)
Antigen-Antibody interaction
*4)
III
IV
II
V


v)
Corn borer





13.    Study the following table and identify the correct pair of combination




I)
Parbhanikranti
Resistance to Virus
Bhindi
Ii)
Pusa Gaurav
Resistance to Aphids
Mustard
Iii)
PusaSadabahar
Resistance to fruit borer
Cow pea
iv)
Pusa Shubra
Resistance to white rust
Cauliflower
1) II, IV                         *2) I, II                             3) I, III                             4) II, III
14.    Study the following lists and choose the correct match

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
BOD
i)
Treatment of sewage
1)
V
II
III
I
B)
KVIC
ii)
Measure of organic matter in water
2)
II
I
IV
V
C)
LAB
iii)
Biological methods for controlling plant diseases
*3)
II
V
IV
I
D)
STPs
iv)
Increases vitamin B12
4)
IV
III
II
V


v)
Production of Biogas





15.    Match the following lists

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
Salvinia
i)
Submerged suspended hydrophyte
1)
V
III
IV
I
B)
Lichens
ii)
Amphibious plant
2)
V
II
I
III
C)
Rhizophora
iii)
Heterosporous plant
*3)
III
IV
V
I
D)
Utricularia
iv)
Soil formation
4)
III
II
V
I


v)
Halophyte





16.    Study the following table showing the components of water potential of four cells of an actively transpiring plant.

Cell
Solute potential (MPa)
Pressure potential (MPa)
I)
A
-0.68
0.42
Ii)
B
- 0.75
0.36
Iii)
C
- 0.83
0.47
iv)
D
- 0.57
0.28
Identify the four cells as root hair, cortical cell, endodermal cell (lacking casparian strips) and pericycle cell respectively in the young root (assuming symplastic water flow through them).
1) D, A, C, B                 *2) A, D, C, B                  3) A, C, B, D                   4) B, D, C, A
17.    Study the following lists concerning the deficiency diseases and role of elements.

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
Dieback in Citrus
i)
Urease
*1)
IV
V
I
III
B)
Mottled leaf
ii)
Hexokinase
2)
IV
I
III
V
C)
Mouse ear in pecan
iii)
Nitrogenase
3)
V
III
II
IV
D)
Whiptail in cauliflower
iv)
Cytochrome ‘C’ oxidase
4)
III
II
IV
I


v)
Carboxypeptidase





18.    Identify the correct pair of statements.
I. Niacin containing coenzyme facilitates the oxidation of malate in the matrix of mitochondria
II. Haem is the prosthetic group for the enzyme which catalyses the carboxylation of RuBP in the stroma of chloroplast
III. The electron carrier between cytochrome C reductase and cytochrome C oxidase is attached to the inner surface of inner membrane of mitochondria.
IV. Water splitting reaction in the lumen of thylakoid requires chlorine.
*1) I, IV                         2) II, III                            3) III, IV                           4) I, II
19.    [A]: Higher yield in case of bell pepper can be achieved by growing them in carbon dioxide enriched green houses.
[R]: Due to higher intracellular CO2 concentration in bundle sheath cells RuBisco mainly acts as carboxylating enzyme.
1) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A
*2) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A
3) A is true but R is false                                   4) A is false but R is true
20.    The form of carbon used for the carboxylation of phosphoenol pyruvate in C4 plants is
1) C2 H4                        2) CH4                             *3) HCO3-                        4) H2CO3
21.    [A]: The RQ value for fats is less than one.
[R]: The amount of CO2 released is less than the O2 consumed when fats are used in respiration.
*1) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A
2) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A
3) A is true but R is false                                     4) A is false but R is true
22.    A taxon is observed. Himgiri variety which is resistant hill bunt disease belongs to this taxon. In this taxon, pollen grains lose viability within 30 minutes of their release from anthers. The taxon belongs to the order
1) Polemoniales            2) Rosales                      *3) Poales                       4)Sapindales
23.    Identify the wrong combination.
1) Cycas – Coralloid roots                                   2) Volvox – Colonial form
*3) Marchantia – Pseudo-elater                            4) Dryopteris - Rhizome
24.    Match the following

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
Micrographia
i)
Skoog
1)
II
I
IV
V
B)
Technique of Plant Tissue culture
ii)
Bessey
*2)
IV
I
II
III
C)
Phylogenetic classification
iii)
Joseph Priestly
3)
III
II
V
IV
D)
Absorption of toxic gases by plants
iv)
Robert Hooke
4)
IV
III
II
I


v)
Stephen Hales





25.    Trichodesmiumerythrium which gives colour to red sea is a
*1) Blue green alga        2) Red alga                     3) Brown alga                  4) Green alga
26.    Identify the characters of Mustard, Chilli, Cauliflower respectively.
1) Whorled phyllotaxy, unilocular ovary, Production of flowers at the same node of the peduncle.
*2) Hypogynous flower, unilocular ovary, corymb
3)Axileplaentation, tricarpellary gynoecium, sessile flowers                        
4) Inferior ovary, zygomorphic flowers, corymb
27.    Four plants (A, B, C, D) are observed. A has cartilaginous endocarp in the fruit and fleshy thalamus as chief edible part. B has caryopsis fruit with endosperm as the chief edible part. In C each carpel of apocarpous gynoecium develops into a fruitlet and its mesocarp and endocarp are the chief edible parts. D has syconum fruit with edible fleshy peduncle. To which families A, B, C and D belong respectively ?
1) Solanaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Anacardiaceae, Moraceae                          
2) Rutaceae, Anacardiaceae, Rosaceae, Fabaceae                                    
*3) Rosaceae, Poaceae, Annonaceae, Moraceae 
4) Annonaceae, Rosaceae, Moraceae, Rutaceae
28.    Match the following lists and identify the correct match

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
Alstonia
i)
Roots at lower nodes of stem
1)
V
III
I
II
B)
Ananussativus
ii)
Leaflets are attached at a common point in the leaf
2)
V
III
II
IV
C)
Sugarcane
iii)
Swollen placenta
3)
IV
II
V
I
D)
Bombaxceiba
iv)
More than two leaves at every node
*4)
IV
V
I
II


v)
Underground lateral branches producing aerial leafy shoots





29.    Identify the wrong pair of statements.
I. Number of stamens in 5 flowers of Allium is equal to those in 5 flowers of Solanum
II. The microsporangia of Hibiscus and Asparagus are having 80 pollen grains each. Then the ratio of the number of pollen grains produced from each stamen of these two plants is 1 : 1
III. The ratio of number of stamens in the flowers of Pisum and Datura is 2 : 1
IV. The number of carpels in the flower of Smilax is equal to the number of carpels in a cyathium inflorescence.
1) I, IV                          *2) I, II                             3) II, III                             4) III, IV
30.    Wind pollinated plants generally do not show the following character.
1) Single ovule in the ovary                                 2) well exposed stamens
*3) Flowers are larger and colourful                      4) Feathery stigma
31.    Identify the pair of wrong statements in the following.
I. Intine of pollen grain is made up of sporopollenin.
II. Pollen grains are well preserved as fossils because of the presence of sporopollenin.
III. Enzymes can degrade the organic material of the exine of pollen grain.
IV. Sporopollenin can withstand high temperatures, strong acids and alkali.
*1) I, III                          2) I, II                              3) II, III                             4) III, IV
32.    In Bentham and Hooker’s system of classification, the sub-class Polypetalae and Gamopetalae have the cohorts in the ratio of
1) 2 : 1                         2) 2 : 3                            *3) 3 : 2                           4) 1 : 1
33.    In which of the following plants, pollen is released before the stigma becomes receptive in the same flower.
1) Colchicum                 2) Datura                         3)Solanum                       *4)Allium
34.    Chromosome number in the endosperm cell of Plant A and in the root apical meristem cell of Plant B together equal to the chromosome number of shoot apical meristem cell of Apple. Plants A and B respectively are
1) Rice, Potato                                                   2) Rice, Haplopappus      
3) Rice, Maize                                                     *4) Maize, Haplopappus
35.    There are 20% Adenine among the bases in a DNA fragment measuring 6.8 nm in length. The number of pentoses, nitrogen base pairs, phosphate groups and hydrogen bonds in this DNA fragment are respectively
1) 40, 52, 40, 20            2) 20, 40, 52, 40              *3) 40, 20, 40, 52             4) 52, 20, 20, 40
36.    Match the following lists and choose the correct answer.

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
G1 phase
i)
Replication of DNA
1)
V
IV
I
III
B)
S Phase
ii)
Quiescent stage
*2)
V
I
IV
II
C)
G2 phase
iii)
Condensation of Chromatin
3)
V
II
III
IV
D)
G0 phase
iv)
Protein synthesis
4)
III
V
I
II


v)
Interval between mitosis and initiation of DNA replication





37.    Match the following

List – I

List – II


A
B
C
D
A)
Golgi apparatus
i)
Conversion of lipids to carbohydrates
1)
V
IV
II
III
B)
Glyoxysomes
ii)
Catabolism of long chain fatty acids
*2)
III
I
II
III
C)
Peroxisomes
iii)
Formation of Glycoproteins and Glycolipids
3)
II
III
V
I
D)
Endoplasmic Reticulum
iv)
Synthesis of lipids
4)
IV
V
I
II


v)
Osmoregulation





38.    Which of the following character is not found in the transverse section of Monocot stem ?
1) Lysigenous cavity                                                                            2)Sclerenchymatous hypodermis
*3) Starch sheath                                           4)Sclerenchymatous bundle sheath
39.    Identify the correct pair of statements.
I. Functions of sieve tubes are controlled by the nucleus of companion cells.
II. Albuminous cells are present in Angiosperms.
III. In Dicot root, the vascular cambium is completely secondary in origin
IV. Cylindrical meristems contribute to the formation of primary plant body.
1) III, IV                         2) I, II                              3) II, III                             *4) I, III
40.    Identify the wrong pair of statements.
I. During Plant succession, some species colonise an area and their populations become more numerous, whereas populations of other species decline and even disappear.
II. Both Hydrarch and Xerarch successions lead to mesic conditions.
III. Secondary succession is a slow process when compared to primary succession.
IV. In the successive seral stages, there is no change in the diversity of species of organisms.
1) I, II                            *2) III, IV                          3) I, III                             4) II, III


MRT

LECTURER IN BOTANY
NARAYANA MEDICAL ACADEMY 
VIJAYAWADA
CELL NO - 9490947607 

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