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Science Quiz Based on NCERT_2.1

1: The process of conversion of sugar into alcohol is known as…
(a) Budding
(b) Fusion
(c) Fermentation
(d) Fixation
1: (c)
2: What does our body produces to fight the invader when a disease-carrying microbe enters our body?
(a)  Antigens
(b)  Antibodies
(c)  Pathogens
(d)  Antibiotics
2: (b)
3: Who discovered Fermentation?
(a)  Edward Jenner
(b)  Alexander Fleming
(c)  Louis Pasteur
(d)  Selman Waksman
3: (c)
4: Which of the following is not a communicable disease?
(a) Cholera
(b) Chicken pox
(c) Tuberculosis
(d) Malaria
4: (d)
5: Chicken Pox is caused by
(a)  Virus
(b)   Bacteria
(c)   Fungus
(d)   Protozoa
5: (a)
6: The common chemicals generally used to check the growth of microorganisms are known as…
(a)  Antibiotics
(b)  Preservatives
(c)  Antigens
(d)  Pathogens
6: (b)
7: The microorganisms that cause diseases in human beings, plants and animals are called ____
(a)  Carriers
(b)  Spirogyra
(c)  Pathogens
(d)  Antibodies
7: (c)
8:  Who discovered the vaccine for small pox?
(a)  Louis Pasteur
(b)  Alexander Fleming
(c)  Joseph Lister
(d)  Edward Jenner 
8: (d) 
9: Which of the following microorganism promotes the formation of curd?
(a)  Lactobacillus
(b)  Amoeba
(c)  Spiral bacteria
(d)  Spirogyra
9: (a)
10:  Which of the following bacteria is involved in the fixation of nitrogen in leguminous plants?
(a)  Rod-shaped bacteria
(b)  Spiral bacteria
(c)  Rhizobium
(d)  Spherical bacteria
10:  (c)