Human Health and Disease-Important Questions & Preparation Tips

In this article you will get the clue that from where and how the questions are being framed from the chapter Human Health and Disease

Updated: Jul 3, 2013 15:16 IST

The experts of have full confidence that you will not miss any of the questions in the board exam as well as in competitive exams from this chapter if you will keep the following terms / question in your mind while studying.

  • Define health and mention three important causes which can affect our health
  • Give the examples of infectious and non infectious diseases
  • Causing agent of typhoid fever
  • It enters small intestine or large intestine
  • Name of the confirmatory test for typhoid fever
  • Microorganisms responsible for pneumonia disease
  • Part of the lung affected in pneumonia disease
  • Name of the virus groups responsible for common cold
  • Name of the vector responsible for malaria
  • Why malignant malaria is one of the most serious among all types of malaria
  • The first infectious form of malaria through which the bacterium enters in human
  • Parasite first attacks on liver or on WBC
  •  Name of the toxic substance responsible for the high fever
  • Sporozoites are found in mosquito or in human
  • Places where parasite start asexual reproduction
  • Other name of sexual stage
  • Female mosquito takes parasite from blood meal. it is sexual stage or asexual stage
  • Fertilization takes place in mosquito or human?
  • Mature infective stage found in intestine or salivary gland of mosquito?
  • Entamoeba histolytica is present in small intestine or large intestine?
  • Causal agent for elephantiasis or filariasis
  • Name the one of the most common infectious disease in man, its causal agents and the genera they belongs to
  • Name a disease which is completely eradicated from the world
  • Innate immunity and its barriers
  • What are interferons?
  • What are the primary and secondary responses? Name the two lymphocytes responsible to carry these responses
  • How you can represent an antibody in the form of alphabets
  • Structure of an antibody
  • Difference between humoral immune response and cell mediated immune responce
  • The foetus receives some antibodies from their mother, through the placenta during pregnancy. Predict whether it is an example of active immunity or passive immunity?
  • Which antibody is found in abundant quantity in the colostrum?
  • On what Principle immunization or vaccination is based?
  • What is auto immune disease? Give one example of auto immune disease?
  • Primary and secondary lymphoid organs
  • Main functions of lymphoid organs
  • Three main functions of spleen
  • How lymph nodes are help full to generate immune response?
  • What is MALT?
  • What is GALT?
  • HIV belongs to which group of virus?
  • What is the genetic material of HIV virus?
  • What is HIV factory?
  • Show the multiplication of HIV in human cell by a diagrammatic representation
  • How progeny viruses are produced?
  • Expand the term ELISA
  • Why it is not being possible to develop a perfect drug for AIDS?
  • What is NACO?
  • What is contact inhibition?
  • What is neoplastic?
  • What is the most feared property of malignant tumor?
  • What is C-Onc? What is he deference between V-Onc and C-Onc?
  • Give two examples of  carcinogens
  • What is withdrawal syndrome?
  • Different steps for control and prevention of drug/alcohol abuse among adolescents
  • Expand LSD. Name its source organism

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