73. Match the following: [CDS 1994]
    A. BCG Vaccine           1. Malaria
    B. BPL Vaccine           2. Sore throat
    C. Chloroquin            3. Tuberculosis
    D. Penicillin            4. Rabies
         A         B         C         D
    (a)  3         4         1         2
    (b)  3         4         2         1
    (c)  4         3         1         2
    (d)  4         3         2         1
Ans: (a)
74. Oncogene is responsible for: [IFS 1990]
    (a) AIDS
    (b) typhoid
    (c) malaria
    (d) cancer
Ans: (d)
75. Four mineral nutrients required in large quantities by humans are: [NDA 1992]
    (a) nitrogen, potassium, manganese and cobalt
    (b) potassium, copper, manganese and calcium
    (c) phosphorus, calcium, sodium and magnesium
    (d) calcium, sulphur, molybdenum and zinc
Ans: (c)
76. Haemophilia is a hereditary disease carried by: [IAS 1993]
    (a) males and expressed by males
    (b) males and expressed by females
    (c) females and expressed by males
    (d) females and expressed by females
Ans: (c)
77. The combination of foods providing protein quality nearest to that of meat is : [IAS 1993]
    (a) wheat, dal and groundnuts
    (b) bread and butter
    (c) sprouted gram and groundnuts
    (d) groundnuts and jiggery
Ans: (c)
78. Which of the following statements about AIDS is correct?
    (a) It does not affect women
    (b) It generally affects the brain
    (c) AIDS virus can vary its genetic code outwitting a vaccine
    (d) all those infected by a blood transfusion get AIDS within five years
Ans: (c)