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Veterinary Hard Question Papers

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Hard Question Papers on Veterinary and Animal Husbandry

1. Father of Microbiology.
(a) Louis Pasteur
(b) Robert Koch
(c) Edward Jenner
(d) None of these

2. One who study the frequency and distribution of disease is called
(a) Microbiologist
(b) Immunologist
(c) Epidemiologist
(d) All of these

3. Small pox vaccine was developed by Edward Jenner in the year________.
(a) 1976
(b) 1796
(c) 1697
(d) 1799

4. UV light is less effective in killing bacteria because
(a) Bacteria inactivate UV light.
(b) Bacterial cell membrane reflects rather than absorb UV light.
(c) Bacteria have DNA repair mechanism.
(d) All of these

5. Botulinum toxin is an example of
(a) Endotoxin
(b) Haemolysis
(c) Exotoxin
(d) Integral toxin

6. African swine fever is mainly spread by
(a) Ornithodorus tick
(b) Contaminated pork products
(c) Contaminated feeds and fomites
(d) All of these

7. PRRS also known as Mystery swine disease or Blue ear pig disease is panzootic disease of pig where the respiratory distress is most severe in case of
(a) Sow
(b) Weaned pig
(c) Boar
(d) All of these

8. Bipolar staining is the staining characteristics of :-
(a) Pasteurella
(b) Yersinia
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these

9. The uptake of naked DNA (plasmid) by a bacteria is
(a) Transformation
(b) Conjugation
(c) Transfection
(d) Transduction

10. The molecular diagnostic technique which use four primers at a time but thermocycler is not use.
(a) RT- PCR
(b) LAMP
(c) Real time PCR
(d) Multiplex PCR

11. Acts as a mordant in Gram’s staining.
(a) Crystal violet
(b) Gram’s Iodine
(c) Ethyl alcohol
(d) Safranin

12. Bacteria that is normally a commensal or does not harm its host but can cause diseases when the host immune status is low.
(a) Normal bacteria
(b) Opportunistic bacteria
(c) Saprophytic bacteria
(d) None of these

13. It is not included in transboundry diseases according to OIE.
(a) African swine fever (ASF)
(b) FMD
(c) Brucellosis
(d) Avian influenza (AI)

14. In Southern blot, the labeled nucleic acid used to detect complementary sequence is called_____.
(a) Template
(b) Primer
(c) Probe
(d) None of these

15. Septicaemia occurs when
(a) Bacterial toxin enters in blood stream
(b) Bacteria and toxin enters blood stream
(c) Bacteria enters in blood stream
(d) All of these

16. Among influenza viruses- A, B and C, avian influenza is caused by
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

17. Antibody with shortest half life.
(a) IgE
(b) Ig G
(c) Ig A
(d) Ig M

18. The post-exposure prophylaxis of rabies contain
(a) In-active rabies virus
(b) Killed rabies virus
(c) Hyper-immune serum
(d) All of these

19. A serological test in which there is no involvement of antibody.
(a) Haemagglutination test
(b) Haemagglutination inhibition test
(c) Complement fixation test
(d) ELISA test

20. Infectious bursal disease is a highly contagious disease characterized by immuno-supression of bird of the age
(a) 1-2 week
(b) 6-8 week
(c) 3-6 week
(d) 2 months <

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21. The toxin of Aspergillus flavus that mainly responsible for aflatoxicosis is
(a) AFB1
(b) AFB2
(c) AFB3
(d) AFB4

22. S19 strain is a vaccine strain against
(a) Clostridiosis
(b) Salmonellosis
(c) Brucellosis
(d) Pasteurellosis

23. Father of cellular pathology.
(a) Rudolph Virchow
(b) Antonio Benevieni
(c) Julius Cohnheim
(d) None of these

24. Papilloma is a benign tumour of
(a) Epithelium
(b) Endothelium
(c) Connective tissue
(d) Muscular tissue

25. Examination of dead animals is known as________.
(a) Autopsy
(b) Microscopy
(c) Necropsy
(d) Biopsy

26. Zebra stripes is found in caecum, colon and rectum which is pathognomic lesion for
(a) FMD
(b) IBR
(c) Pasteurellosis
(d) Rinderpest

27. Pseudorabies is a viral disease of animal that mainly effect
(a) Dog
(b) Horse
(c) Pig
(d) Ruminant

28. Transformation of one type of cells to another cell type is known as__________.
(a) Anaplasia
(b) Dsyplasia
(c) Hypoplasia
(d) Metaplasia

29. Aspiration pneumonia in calves is an example of _______ gangrene.
(a) Dry
(b) Gas
(c) Moist
(d) All of these

30. Increased number of cells leading to increase in size and weight of organ is known as_________.
(a) Anaplasia
(b) Hypertrophy
(c) Hyperplasia
(d) Metaplasia

31. Button ulcer in large intestine is seen in case of
(a) CSF
(b) ASF
(c) PRRS
(d) All of these

32. “Bread & butter” appearance of heart is due to deposition of:-
(a) Fibrin
(b) Neutrophils
(c) Fibroblast
(d) Collagen

33. Bursitis is a characteristic lesion in __________.
(a) Gumboro disease
(b) Coccidiosis
(c) Salmonellosis
(d) Colibacillosis

34. Thickening of nerves, malignant lymphoma of gonads and other visceral organ is found in young bird in case of
(a) Avian Leucosis
(b) IBD
(c) Marek’s disease
(d) IB

35. Acute loss of cells from villous tip of intestine occurs in case of
(a) Rabies
(b) CD
(c) ICH
(d) Parvo virus infection

36. Tigroid heart is seen in ________.
(a) Black quarter
(b) Foot and mouth disease
(c) Vesicular exanthema
(d) None of these

37. Marbling appearance of lungs is more characteristic in ________
(a) HS
(b) CCPP
(c) CBPP
(d) None of these

38. Parasite with”Heart” shaped spicule:-
(a) Nematodirus baltus
(b) Nematodirus fillicolis
(c) Nematodirus spithiger
(d) Dictyocaulus filariae

39. The most developed system in helminth parasite is
(a) Digestive system
(b) Nervous system
(c) Excretory system
(d) Reproductive system

40. Second intermediate host of oviduct fluke.
(a) Water snail
(b) Dragon flies
(c) Grasshopper
(d) None of these

41. Eyeworm of poultry:-
(a) Oxyspirura mansoni
(b) Thelazia californiensis
(c) Thelazia callipaeda
(d) None of these

42. Pig Whipworm:-
(a) Uncinaria stenocephala
(b) Trichuris suis
(c) Barthomostomus sangeri
(d) None of these

43. Consumption of crab / cray fish which is improperly cooked or fermented crab in the form of ‘ai-um’ may leads to
(a) Prosthogonimiosis
(b) Spargana
(c) Paragonimiosis
(d) Halzoun

44. In acute ________ cattle / buffalo may succumb to death with blood stain froth in the nostrils which may be confused with anthrax.
(a) Fasciolosis
(b) Trypanosomosis
(c) Fasciolopsosis
(d) Babesiosis

45. ‘Gape worm’ of poultry is:
(a) Ascaridia galli
(b) Heterakis gallinarum
(c) Syngamus trachea
(d) Subulura brumpti