PMS Past Paper 2020 By PMS Pakistan in Pdf Download

PMS Past Paper 2020 PDF Download

pms past paper 2020 mdcat in pdf or you can read online for online preparation of mdcat entry test preparation.
1. In order to see various aspects of specimen a three dimensional image of the object can be produced using:
(a) Compound microscope
(b) (b) Dark-field microscope
(c) Transmission electron microscope
(d) Scanning electron microscope
2. In saturated fatty acids more hydrogen are not accommodated because of:
(a) Presence of single bonds between carbon atoms
(b) Presence of Double bonds between carbon atoms
(c) Presence of triple bonds between carbon atoms
(d) Absence of bond between carbon atoms
3. 2-FADH2 can yield energy:
(a) 4 ATP
(b) 8 ATP
(c) 6 ATP
(d) 10 ATP
4. The three non infective genes in HIV are:

(a)gag, pol, rev

(b) gag, pol, vpu
(c) gag, pol, vpr

(d) gag, pol, env
5. Which one is not a opportunistic disease related to HIV infection.
a) Destruction of body immune system
b) Recurrent pneumonia
c) Pulmonary tuberculosis
d) Toxoplasmosis
6. If in a situation some bacteria infected by a certain. Phages had somenow developed the ability to make a particular amino acid that was not in their genes before. What would be the possible explanation to this new ability ?
a) Introduction
b) Transformation
c) Transduction
d) Conjugation
7. In order to see various aspects of specimen a three dimensional image of the object can be produced using:
(a) Compound microscope
(b) (b) Dark-field microscope
(c) Transmission electron microscope
(d) Scanning electron microscope
8. 2-FADH2 can yield energy:
(a) 4 ATP
(b) 8 ATP
(c) 6 ATP
(d) 10 ATP
9. The three non infective genes in HIV are:
(a)gag, pol, rev
(b) gag, pol, vpu
(c) gag, pol, vpr
(d) gag, pol, env
12. Which one is not a opportunistic disease related to HIV infection.
e) Destruction of body immune system
f) Recurrent pneumonia
g) Pulmonary tuberculosis
h) Toxoplasmosis

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