(a)  Pituitary
     (b)  Thyroid
     (c)  Adrenal
     (d)  Pancreas
Ans: (a)
203. There are approximately ______ muscles in human body.
     (a) 200
     (b) 350
     (c) 500
     (d) 700
Ans: (d)
204. The organ which destroys worn out RBCs in the body of a vertebrate is :
     (a) pancreas
     (b) liver
     (c) bone narrow
     (d) spleen
Ans: (d)
205. The normal temperature of human body on the Kelvin scale is : [IAS 1995]
     (a) 280
     (b) 290
     (c) 300
     (d) 310
Ans: (d)
206. The saliva helps in the digestion of:
     (a) proteins
     (b) fats
     (c) fibres
     (d) starch
Ans: (d)
207. The pitch of the voice of women is generally
     (a) same as that of men
     (b) higher than that of men
     (c) much lower than that of men
     (d) None of the above
Ans: (b)
208. Biological death of a patient means death of tissues of the : [Stenographer"s Exam 1994]
     (a) kidney
     (b) heart
     (c) lungs
     (d) brain
Ans: (d)
209. Inside the body, blood does not coagulate due to the presence of:
     (a) fibrin
     (b) haemoglobin