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Joint CSIR-UGC NET December 2013: Model Papers: Life Sciences

Nov 13, 2013 05:10 IST

    Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) is going to organize Joint CSIR UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) on 22nd December 2013 in six notified subjects. Jagranjosh.com is providing the sample model paper for the candidates preparing for this exam.

    CSIR holds the Joint CSIR-UGC NET twice a year, usually in the month of June and December. And, this is the time for CSIR-UGC NET - December 2013, which is going to be held on 22nd December in the subjects - Chemical Sciences; Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean and Planetary Sciences; Life Sciences; Mathematical Sciences; Physical Sciences; Engineering Sciences.

    1. Which of the following bonds will be most difficult to break?

    1. C-O
    2. C-C
    3. C-N
    4. C-S

    2. A solution of 1% (w/v) starch at pH 6.7 is digested by 15 ug of β-amylase (mol wt 152,000). The rate of maltose (mol wt = 342) had a maximal initial velocity of 8.5 mg formed per min. The turnover number is

    1. 0.25×105 min-1.
    2. 25×105 min-1.
    3. 2.5×105 min-1.
    4. 2.5×104 min-1.

    3. The conformation of a nucleotide in DNA is affected by rotation about how many bonds?

    1. 4
    2. 6
    3. 7
    4. 3

    Joint CSIR-UGC NET December 2013: Model Papers: Life Sciences
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    Joint CSIR UGC NET December 2013: Exam Scheme

    CSIR will issue the list of registered candidates on 20 November 2013 for Joint CSIR UGC NET December 2013 scheduled to be held on 22 December.

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