Biology- One-Liners- for various competitive examinations

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Biology- One-Liners- for various competitive examinations


1-Monoclonal antibodies are now used for the treatment of cancer.


2-Monoclonal antibodies are the antibodies produced by cloned cells.


3-Stem cells are the most unspecialized mass of cells.


4-The Embryonic stem cells can be derived from early embryo which is developed by ‘invitro fertilization’.


5-Fertilization made artificially in the laboratory is called Invitro fertilization.


6-B12 vitamin is synthesized bio-technologically.


7- Antibiotics are employed to kill the infectious germs and cure a disease.


8- Production of any toxin in the body due to infection can be detected by Bio-sensor.


9-Odour, freshness and taste of food can be measured by using Bio-sensor.


10- Amylase is derived from Amyloproteins of bacteria.


11- Bio-chemically significant enzymes are derived from microbes.


12-Gene therapy is used to treat defects in Somatic cell.


13- Microchips are developed by employing techniques of biotechnology.


14- In Germline gene therapy, Egg and sperm of the parents are changed.


15- Bio-technologically synthesized vitamin B12 is used to cure Tuberculosis.


16-Steroid drugs like prednisolone is produced from Rhizopus.


17-The term vaccine was coined by Edward Jenner.


18-Gregor Johann Mendel is called as ‘Father of Genetics’.


19-The paternal and maternal genetic material which influences the traits is DNA.


20-Theory of natural selection was proposed by Charles Darwin.


21-The first experiment of Mendel considering the inheritance of a single trait is called Monohybrid cross.


22-Antibiotics are chemical substances derived from microbes like Fungi, Bacteria.


23-.Bio-sensor is a device consisting of immobilized layer of biological material such as Enzyme, antibody, hormone, nucleic acids.


24- The word Clone refers only to living species.


25-The first ever scientific experimental study on heredity was worked out between the years 1822 – 1884.


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