ICAR ASRB NET 2018 -Agriculture Scientist Recruitment Board (ASRB) has released the admit card for the ICAR NET (II) at asrb.org.in. The admit card released on December 11, 2018. The ICAR ASRB NET 2018 Examination will be held from December 27 to 29, 2018. The candidates have filled the application for before November 29, 2018 can donwload the admit card. The Board conducts the National Eligibility Test to determine the eligibility of candidates for Lecturer / Assistant Professor jobs in the Agricultural field. Before applying, candidates must have checked the eligibility criteria. Read further to know the ASRB NET 2018 details such as syllabus, eligibility, application form, exam pattern.

Latest: ICAR NET Admit Card 2018 has been released. Access the link to download the admit card from here.

ICAR ASRB NET 2018

ASRB ICAR NET is an online exam, in 57 subjects. The standard of the exam is on par with the Master’s program. Before starting to look at any aspect of the examination, candidates must check all the important dates. Any changes in the dates will be updated in the table below.

ASRB NET 2018 Important Dates
Releasing of notification 24 Oct 2018
Application form Start date 09 Nov 2018
Application form Last Date 29 Nov 2018
Admit Card 11 Dec 2018
ICAR ASRB NET 2018 Exam 27 to 31 Dec 2018
27 to 29 Dec 2018
Exam Result To be announced
Issuance of the eligibility certificate To be announced

Last time, 31,127 candidates appeared for the ASRB NET. Out of these, only 6,987 candidates qualified for the exam.

Examination Schedule

Official Notice ASRB NET 2018 (II)

Snapshot of official notification

ASRB NET Eligibility Criteria 2018

Candidates need to satisfy the eligibility criteria of ASRB NET mandatorily. If the candidates will not be able to satisfy even a single criterion, they will not be termed qualified.

Nationality – The candidates should be a citizen of India or any of the following:

ASRB NET 2018

Age Limit – The applicant should be more than 21 years old, as on July 01, 2018. There is no upper age limit.
Number of Attempts – There is no restriction on the number of attempts.
Education Qualification – The candidate should possess a Master’s degree in the respective required subject.

  • However, the Master’s program has to be done in specified specialization.

The subjects of ASRB NET 2018 and required Specialization for it are given below:

Subject Code Subject Specialization
01 Agricultural Biotechnology Agriculture/ Biotechnology/ Molecular Biology & Bio-Technology/ Genetic Engineering/ Botany/ Plant Sciences/ Life Sciences/ Plant Physiology

  • with specialization in Plant Biotechnology.
02 Agriculture Entomology Agriculture/ Entomology/ Zoology/ Sericulture/ Apiculture/ Plant Protection

  • with specialization in Agricultural Entomology.
03 Agriculture Microbiology Agricultural Microbiology / Microbiology/ Plant Physiology
04 Economics Botany and Plant Genetic Resources Agriculture/ Botany/ Horticulture/ Plant Physiology

  • with specialization in Agricultural Botany/ Economic Botany/ Plant Genetic Resources.
05 Genetics and Plant Breeding Agriculture/ Agricultural Botany/ Plant Breeding or Genetics or Genetics and Plant Breeding/ Plant Physiology/ Plant Genetic Resources.
06 Nematology Agriculture/ Nematology/ Entomology/ Plant Pathology/ Zoology/ Plant Protection

  • with specialization in Nematology.
07 Plant Biochemistry Plant Biochemistry/ Agricultural Biochemistry/ Biochemistry

  • with specialization in plants.
08 Plant Pathology Agriculture/ Botany/ Life Sciences/ Plant Protection

  • with specialization in Plant Pathology/ Mycology.
09 Plant Physiology Agriculture/ Plant Physiology/ Botany

  • with specialization in Plant Physiology.
10 Seed Science and Technology Agriculture/ Seed Science/ Seed Technology or Seed Science and Technology/ Plant Physiology.
11 Floriculture and Landscaping Floriculture/ Agriculture or Horticulture/ Plant Genetic Resources

  • with specialization in Floriculture and Landscaping/ Post Harvest Technology (Horticulture).
12 Fruit Science Pomology/ Agriculture or Horticulture/ Plant Genetic Resources

  • with specialization in Fruit Sciences/ Post Harvest Technology (Horticulture).
13 Spices, Plantation and Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Agriculture/ Horticulture/ Botany /Plant Genetic Resources with specialization in Spices/ Plantation Crops and/ or in Medicinal and Aromatic Plants/ Post Harvest Technology (Horticulture).
14 Vegetable Science Olericulture/ Vegetable Sciences/ Agriculture or Horticulture/Plant Genetic Resources

  • with specialization in Vegetable Sciences/ Post Harvest Technology (Horticulture).
15 Animal Biochemistry Veterinary/ Animal Sciences/ Dairy/ Fisheries Science

  • with specialization in Biochemistry.
16 Animal Biotechnology Veterinary/ Animal/ Fisheries Science

  • with specialization in Biotechnology.
17 Animal Genetics and Breeding Veterinary/Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Animal Genetics and Breeding.
18 Animal Nutrition Veterinary/ Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Animal Nutrition.
19 Animal Physiology Veterinary/ Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Animal Physiology.
20 Animal Reproduction and Gynaecology Veterinary/ Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Animal Reproduction and Gynaecology.
21 Dairy Chemistry Dairy Chemistry/ Veterinary/ Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Dairy Chemistry.
22 Dairy Microbiology Dairy Microbiology/ Veterinary/ Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Dairy Microbiology.
23 Dairy Technology Dairy Technology or Dairy Science/ Animal Products Technology/Food Technology

  • with specialization in Dairy Technology.
24 Livestock Product Technology Veterinary/Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Livestock Products Technology.
25 Livestock Production Management Veterinary/ Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Livestock Production Management/ Animal Husbandry.
26 Poultry Science Poultry Sciences/ Veterinary/ Animal Sciences

  • with specialization in Poultry Sciences.
27 Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Medicine/ Veterinary Preventive Medicine/ Veterinary Clinical Medicine.
28 Veterinary Microbiology Veterinary Sciences

  • with specialization in Microbiology/ Bacteriology/ Virology/ Mycology/ Immunology.
29 Veterinary Parasitology Veterinary Parasitology.
30 Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Pathology.
31 Veterinary Pharmacology Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology/ Veterinary Pharmacology.
32 Veterinary Public Health Veterinary Public Health/ Epidemiology.
33 Veterinary Surgery Veterinary Surgery/ Veterinary Anatomy.
34 Aquaculture Aquaculture/ Fishery Sciences/ Marine Biology/ Aquatic Biology

  • with specialization in Mariculture/ Aquatic Environmental Management/ Aquatic Ecology/ Inland Aquaculture.
35 Fisheries Resources Management Fishery Sciences/Fisheries Resource Management/ Marine Biology/Aquatic Environmental Management/ Aquatic Biology/Industrial Fisheries

  • with specialization in Fisheries Resource Management/ Fish Population Dynamics/ Fishery Hydrography/ Ecosystem Management/ Aquatic Ecology.
36 Fish Processing Technology Fishery Sciences/ Fish Processing Technology/Post Harvest Technology/ Industrial Fisheries

  • with specialization in Fish Harvest and Processing.
37 Fish Nutrition Fishery Sciences

  • with specialization in Fish Nutrition and Fish Physiology/ Feed Technology/ Fish Nutrition and Biochemistry.
38 Fish Health Fishery Science/ Marine Biology

  • with specialization in Fish Health/ Fish Pathology and Microbiology.
39 Fish Genetics and Breeding Fishery Science/ Marine Biology

  • with specialization in Fish Genetics and Breeding/ Fish Biotechnology.
40 Agriculture Chemicals Agriculture/ Agricultural Chemicals/ Organic Chemistry

  • with specialization in Agricultural Chemicals.
41 Agriculture Meteorology Agricultural Meteorology/ Agricultural Physics

  • with specialization in Agricultural Meteorology.
42 Agroforestry Forestry/ Agroforestry/ Botany/ Agronomy/ Horticulture

  • with specialization in Agroforestry.
43 Agronomy Agriculture

  • with specialization in Agronomy/Soil Water Management/ Conservation Agriculture/ Farming Systems Management/ Forage Production/ Water Science and Technology.
44 Environmental Science Environmental Science/Agro-forestry/ Agriculture Physics/ Agriculture

  • with specialization in Environmental Science.
45 Soil Science Agriculture/ Soil Sciences/ Agricultural Chemistry/ Agricultural Physics

  • with specialization in Soil Physics and Soil and Water Conservation/ Soil Fertility/Soil Microbiology/ Soil Chemistry/ Water Science and Technology.
46 Agricultural Business Management Agricultural Business Management/ Agricultural Marketing/ Business Management

  • with specialization in Agricultural Business/ Fisheries Business Management.
47 Agricultural Economics Agricultural Economics/ Dairy Economics/ Veterinary Economics/ Fisheries Economics / Economics

  • with specialization in Agriculture.
48 Agricultural Extension Agricultural Extension/ Veterinary Extension/ Dairy Extension/ Fisheries Extension/ Home Science Extension/ Agriculture Communication in Agricultural Sciences/ Rural Development/ Rural Management.
49 Agricultural Statistics Agricultural Statistics / Statistics/ Mathematics

  • with specialization in Statistics.
50 Home Science Home Science

  • with specialization in Family Resource Management/ Textile and Clothing/Child Development/ Foods and Nutrition.
51 Farm Machinery and Power Agricultural Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering

  • with specialization in Farm Machinery and Power.
52 Computer Application and IT Computer Application/ Information Technology/ Information Technology & Communication/ Computer Science.
53 Land and Water Management Engineering Agricultural Engineering/ Civil Engineering

  • with specialization in Soil and Water Conservation/ Irrigation and Drainage/ Water Resources/ Hydrology/ Aquatic Engineering/Water Science and Technology.
54 Bioinformatics Bioinformatics or in any basic science

  • with specialization in Bioinformatics.
55 Food Technology Food Science/ Food Technology/ Food Science and Technology/ Post Harvest Technology.
56 Agricultural Structure and Process Engineering Agricultural Engineering

  • with specialization in Agricultural Structures / Aquaculture Engineering/ Agricultural Process Engineering / Food Process Engineering / Dairy Engineering.
57 Veterinary Anatomy Veterinary Anatomy.

ASRB NET 2018 Apply Online

Candidates will able to register through ASRB NET 2018 Apply Online link. The application form was available at asrb.org.in during the time indicated above. The candidates first have to register and then submit all details in the form. Along with the details about themselves, education qualification, work experience, the candidates also have to upload photograph/image in the form.

Application Fee: The fee amount for ICAR NET 2018 varies for each category. It can only be paid via Net Banking / Credit Card / Debit Card. The amount of fee is as follows:

  • Unreserved (UR) – Rs. 1000
  • Other Backward Class (OBC) – Rs. 500
  • Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Divyang / Female – Rs. 250

ASRB NET 2018 Admit Card

Officially, the admit card is called as Admission Certificate. The admit card will be released online on the official website of ASRB. Generally, the admit card is being released 02 weeks prior to the examination. In order to download it, Roll Number and Date of Birth is required. The admit card is an important document to gain entry into the exam hall. However, with it, the candidates are also expected to carry one Photo ID proof and two photographs as well. These are equally important to gain entry.

A valid Photo ID can be:

  • Voter Card/ Aadhar Card/ Passport/ Driver’s License/ PAN Card

The candidates should ensure that there is no error in the details on the admit card of ASRB NET 2018, else the candidature will be harmed. Also, if due to any reason, the candidate has been issued multiple admit card then they should only consider one and inform about the dual issuance to ASRB.

Plan of ICAR NET II 2018

The ASRB NET Ii exam will be held in the online mode. And the candidates who will enroll their names for the exam, have to appear in the exam.

Mode of exam: Online computer-based
Nature of the exam: Objective type
Maximum Marks: 150
Number of questions: 150
Duration of exam: 02 hours
Marking Scheme: +1 on the correct answer, – 1/3 on each occurrence of the wrong answer.
The language of the exam: Bilingual i.e. English and Hindi

Minimum Qualifying marks to crack ICAR NET II 2018

Category Minimum Qualifying marks
Unreserved 75.0 (50%)
OBC(Non-Creamy Layer) 67.5 (45%)
SC/ST/Divyang 60.0 (40%)

Total Subjects in ICAR ASRB NET 2018

The Indian Council of Agricultural Research National Eligibility Test is conducted in 57 subjects. All the subjects are related to the agriculture field. The candidates who are going to appear in the can check the name of the subjcets from here.

Subject Code Subject
01 Agricultural Biotechnology
02 Agriculture Entomology
03 Agriculture Microbiology
04 Economics Botany and Plant Genetic Resources
05 Genetics and Plant Breeding
06 Nematology
07 Plant Biochemistry
08 Plant Pathology
09 Plant Physiology
10 Seed Science and Technology
11 Floriculture and Landscaping
12 Fruit Science
13 Spices, Plantation and Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
14 Vegetable Science
15 Animal Biochemistry
16 Animal Biotechnology
17 Animal Genetics and Breeding
18 Animal Nutrition
19 Animal Physiology
20 Animal Reproduction and Gynaecology
21 Dairy Chemistry
22 Dairy Microbiology
23 Dairy Technology
24 Livestock Product Technology
25 Livestock Production Management
26 Poultry Science
27 Veterinary Medicine
28 Veterinary Microbiology
29 Veterinary Parasitology
30 Veterinary Pathology
31 Veterinary Pharmacology
32 Veterinary Public Health
33 Veterinary Surgery
34 Aquaculture
35 Fisheries Resources Management
36 Fish Processing Technology
37 Fish Nutrition
38 Fish Health
39 Fish Genetics and Breeding
40 Agriculture Chemicals
41 Agriculture Meteorology
42 Agroforestry
43 Agronomy
44 Environmental Science
45 Soil Science
46 Agricultural Business Management
47 Agricultural Economics
48 Agricultural Extension
49 Agricultural Statistics
50 Home Science
51 Farm Machinery and Power
52 Computer Application and IT
53 Land and Water Management Engineering
54 Bioinformatics
55 Food Technology
56 Agricultural Structure and Process Engineering
57 Veterinary Anatomy

ASRB NET 2018 Exam Centers

In all, the exam will be held in 34 cities. The candidates will be able to state their choices for the examination center while submitting the application form. It should be noted that candidates will be able to submit multiple choices but only one will be allotted to them. The announcement of the allocated center will be done through the admit card.

Center Code Exam City and State
01 Anand, Gujarat
02 Bengaluru, Karnataka
03 Barapani (Shillong), Meghalaya
04 Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
05 Barrackpore, West Bengal
06 Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
07 Bhubaneswar, Odisha
08 Chandigarh
09 Chennai, Tamil Nadu
10 Cochin, Kerala
11 Coimbatore
12 Dehradun, Uttarakhand
13 Delhi
14 Dharwad Goa
15 Guwahati, Assam
16 Hyderabad, Telangana
17 Indore
18 Jaipur
19 Jammu, Jammu, and Kashmir
20 Jodhpur, Rajasthan
21 Karnal, Haryana
22 Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
23 Ludhiana, Punjab
24 Mumbai, Maharashtra
25 Nagpur, Maharashtra
26 Patna, Bihar
27 Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands
28` Raipur, Rajasthan
29 Rajkot, Gujarat
30 Rachi, Jharkhand
31 Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
32 Srinagar, Jammu, and Kashmir
33 Varanshi. Uttar Pradesh
34 Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh

Exam Pattern of ASRB NET 2018

Candidates planning to appear for the examination should be familiar with the pattern of the examination. The pattern of the exam is as follows:

Mode – ASRB will hold the exam in online mode.
Duration – The candidates will get 2 hours to solve the paper.
Language – Candidates will take the exam in English and Hindi language.
Number of Question – There will be 150 questions in the exam. The questions will be of multiple choice type and only one answer option will be correct.
Marking Scheme – Each question will be of 1 mark. If a candidate chooses an incorrect answer option, deduction of 1/3 marks will be done as negative marking.

ASRB NET Syllabus 2018

Candidates cannot prepare for an examination without knowing the syllabus of it. ASRB National Eligibility Test is a very simple exam in which one Paper is held. The question paper is completely dedicated to the respective subject of the candidates.

The candidates can check and download the syllabus for each subject from below:

ASRB NET 2018 Syllabus
Subject Code Download Here
1 to 10 Click Here to download ASRB NET Syllabus for these courses
11 to 20 Click Here to download ASRB NET Syllabus for these courses
21 to 30 Click Here to download ASRB NET Syllabus for these courses
31 to 40 Click Here to download ASRB NET Syllabus for these courses
41 to 50 Click Here to download ASRB NET Syllabus for these courses
51 to 56 Click Here to download ASRB NET Syllabus for these courses
57 Click Here to download ASRB NET Syllabus for the course

ASRB NET Result 2018

The result of ASRB NET will be announced for all. The result will be announced online and the candidates will be able to check it by submitting the Roll Number and Date of Birth. The score and the qualifying status will be mentioned in the result. The candidates are advised to download and save it.

ASRB NET 2018 Cutoff

ASRB will select candidates on the basis of cutoff in the examination. The minimum qualifying marks in the exam area s follow:

  • Unreserved (UR) – 50%, i.e 75 marks.
  • Other Backward Class (OBC) – 45%, i.e. 67.5 marks.
  • Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Divyang / Female – 40%, i.e. 60 marks.

ASRB NET 2018 Eligibility Certificate

ASRB will issue qualifying certificate to selected candidates. The issuance will be done within 3 months from the announcement of the result. The details in the certificate will be as submitted in the application form. It will be sent via post to the registered address. If a qualified candidate does not receive their certificate they should contact ASRB immediately.

“The NET Certificate is liable to be withdrawn/canceled if it comes to the notice of the Board at any stage that the candidate had fraudulently obtained the Certificate by furnishing wrong particulars in
his/her online application.” – ASRB

Once the Board issues the certificate, the candidates can apply for Lecturer/Assistant Professor jobs in the State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) and other Agricultural Universities (AUs). Candidates should note that they will have to apply for the jobs on there own. ASRB will not issue any call letter. Good luck to all the candidates who will be appearing for ASRB NET 2018. If you have any question or queries, do let us know. Comment below!.

ASRB NET Exam Statistics 

Particulars Year 2017 Year 2016
Number of Candidates Registered 42937 21740
Number of Candidates Appeared 31127 16011
Total Number of Candidates Passed 6987 2563

The percentage of successful female candidates was 45%. The maximum number of candidates that appeared for crop science subject was 12832. However, the highest percentage of qualified candidates was in Animal Genetics & Breeding (79%).

Candidates can now download and check full notification regarding the ASRB NET(II) 2018 full advertisement.

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  1. ICAR NET-Physiology Paper-Memory based (2018)
    Q1. Photosynthetic efficiency is measured by: NAR
    Q2. Increase in biomass per unit biomass per unit time is called: RGR
    Q3. Harvest index = 6/18*100 = 33.33
    Q4. LAI = Leaf area/Land area
    Q5. Term LAD was given by: Power et al. (Full name)
    Q6. Fluid mosaic model by: Singer & Nicolson (1972)
    Q7. Stress hormone: ABA
    Q8. Gibberellin: Diterpenoid
    Q9. Highest auxin concentration in monocots is in: Coleoptile
    Q10. Protective covering of radicle in monocots is called: Coleorhiza
    Q11. Cytokinins are involved in: Cell division and differentiation
    Q12. Which prevents abscission: Cytokinins
    Q13. Richmond Lang effect: Cytokinins
    Q14. Auxins are sensitive to: Brassins
    Q15. In IAN Pathway, tryptophan is converted into IAA by the enzyme: Nitrilase
    Q16. Which one of the following is not the function of ABA: Seed maturation
    Q17. Ethylene is synthesized from: Methionine
    Q18. Besides ethylene, hormone involved in fruit ripening is: GA
    Q19. Vivipary: Germination of embryo on the plant itself
    Q20. Parthenocarpy: Auxin and Gibberellic acid
    Q21. Coconut milk is rich in: Lauric Acid
    Q22. Auxin movement in Basipetal: Acropetal in shoot in the ratio of: 3:1
    Q23. Climatric fruit: Increase in the respiration before ripening
    Q24. Which one is climatric fruit: Banana
    Q25. Which one is not climatric fruit: Grapes
    Q26. Non-Climatric among these is: Olive
    Q27. Photomorphogenesis: is independent of photosynthesis
    Q28. Which response is independent of the photoperiod: Root branching
    Q29. Increase in the temperature at the time of anthesis in wheat lead to: Increase in grain filling period
    Q30. At the time of abscission: Pectinases and Cellulases increase
    Q31. Polysaccharides is more specific to: Middle lamella (Pectin) and Sieve plate (Callose)
    Q32. What is Hsp60: Heat Shock Protein
    Q33. First sign of dehydration in mesophytes is: Decreased Photosynthesis
    Q34. Drought avoidance: Drought escape
    Q35. Seed dormancy: Helps in overcoming unfavourable phase
    Q36. Lowest Water potential is at: Leaves
    Q37. What is wrong about Guttation: Not Pure Water
    Q38. Osmotic theory of ascent of sap: Priestly
    Q39. Which is micronutrient: Cu
    Q40. Term Vernalization was given by: Lysenko
    Q41. The cold stimulus is perceived by: Apical meristem
    Q42. Vernalization is: Aerobic
    Q43. Double sigmoid curve is in: Grapes
    Q44. Overall senescence occur in: Annuals
    Q45. Chromosome walking helps in: Physical mapping
    Q46. Chromosome is: DNA + Histone Proteins
    Q47. Enzyme that joins DNA: DNA Ligase
    Q48. Red color of tomato is due to: Lycopene
    Q49. For canning, tomato’s are picked at: Full Ripe Stage
    Q50. High temperature stress is overcome by the production of: Zeaxanthin
    Q51. Which of the following is/are osmolyte: All (Sorbitol, Proline)
    Q52. Arabidopsis is: Drought Tolerant
    Q53. Salt tolerant plants: Date palm, Pineapple and Sugar beet
    Q54. Uv-B is in the range of: 280-320
    Q55. Protein part in Maize seed is called as: Aleurone
    Q56. Seed coat breaks by: Imbibition of water
    Q57. Chilling treatment is required in: All (Pine, Acer and Polygonum)
    Q58. Undifferentiated mass of cells is called: Callus
    Q59. Abscisic Acid is: Sesquiterpene
    Q60. Under the conditions of high temperature and low water, Pine Apple acts as: CAM
    Q61. Transduction is: Transfer of genetic material by the mediation of virus
    Q62. Electroporation is related in: Cell suspension culture
    Q63. Totipotency is: Capability of one cell to form full organism
    Q64. β- Oxidation involves: Breakdown of lipids
    Q65. Micrografting was successful in: ????
    Q66. Molecular weight of phytochrome is: 125KD
    Q67. Same question repeated but, 125KD was not any option- Wrong question
    Q68. Which response is reversible: LFR
    Q69. H+PPase is characteristic of: Tonoplast
    Q70. Carbonic anhydrase- some question on this: ???
    Q71. In Krebs cycle, Acetyl-Co A release: 12 ATP
    Q72. Calvin cycle release: 3 ATP and 2 NADPH
    Q73. Aromatic amino acids are synthesized in: Plastid
    Q74. Flavinoids are stored in: Plastid/ vacuole ????
    Q75. Which one of the following is short day plant: ???
    Q76. Hypogeal germination: Maize
    Q77. Epigeal germination in: Sunflower, bean and castor
    Q78. Pant pathogen interaction involve: Jasmonic acid
    Q79. Kharia disease in rice is caused by the deficiency of: Zinc
    Q80. Die back of Apple is caused by the deficiency of: Copper
    Q81. Germination of pollen by: Boron
    Q82. Action spectra of Pr and PFr are at: 666 and 730nm
    Q83. In long day plants, PFr can be_______ by: Far red light ???
    Q84. Burning of fossils release: CO2, Methane, N2O, CFC
    Q85. Greenhouse gases heat earth’s surface and: Troposphere
    Q86. From 1971, there was a steep increase in: Methane
    Q87. Most drastic gas for ozone degradation is: Chlorine
    Q88. Cabbage growth is drastically affected by: Gibberellic Acid (Increase yield by bolting)
    Q89. Sun-induced leaf movement is called: Heliotrophism
    Q90. Guard cells are different from rest epidermal cells by the presence of: Chloroplast
    Q91. Transpiration stops immediately when there is: High atmospheric humidity
    Q92. Meristem degradation due to deficiency of: Nitrogen
    Q93. Auxin response time: 10 to 12 Minutes
    Q94. Delayed and prolonged vegetative phase: Treatment of NAA ???
    Q95. Bread wheat: Cross between???
    Q96. Root pith differentiation in Tobacco by: Skoog and Miller
    Q97. Abscission: Ethylene
    Q98. ABA- Sesquiterpene
    Q99. Pyramid of energy is always: Upright
    Q100. Element important for rice: Zinc
    Q101. Seed viability is checked by: 2,3,5-Triphenyl tetrazolium chloride
    Q102. Full form of PAH: Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
    Q103. Cytochrome c reductase is restricted to: Mitochondria (But it was not an option)
    Q104. Any mediator that transmits the signal: Secondary messenger
    Q105. Ozone: Absorb Uv rays and Infra red rays
    Q106. For Test tube Fertilization, which is important: Ovule/ Ovary/ Embryo Culture
    Q107. Which one is the correct match ???: All of these ????
    Q108. Fruit ripening is mainly due to: Increase in sucrose
    Q109. Cold Stress induce/resisted: Increase in the content of unsaturated fatty acids in membrane lipids
    Q110. Plants sense darkness by: Circadian Rhythms
    Q111. Drought resistant: All (???)
    Q112. There is increase in phytochrome in: Etiolated seedlings
    Q113. Which one is not the representative of a bacterial cell: Presence of ER
    Q114. Photoperiodism involve: Auxin
    Q115. Artificial ripening agent: Ethephon
    Q116. In plants: one sperm fuse with egg and another with polar nuclei to form endosperm
    Q117. Pink colored pigment in roots is: Leghaemoglobin
    Q118. Aquaporins are: Integral Membrane Proteins
    Q119. A large protei complex that carries out DNA replication: Replisome
    Q120. Reclamation disease: A copper deficiency disease
    Q121. Accurate measurement of plant age involves: Measurement of diameter of plant (DBH
    Q122. If it is assumed that the sea level will rise with global warming, then the hypothesis will be: Melting of glaciers

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