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176801. The soluble plasma protein is





176802. The specificity destruction of antigen is done by





176803. The phenomenon of root pressure in which water droplets exudes from hydathodes is termed as





176804. The stomatal responses are signaled by the guard cells as they can sense





176805. The platelets are large cells which are in the form of fragments are called as





176806. The strength is given to cell wall of xylem cells by





176807. The positive hydrostatic pressure which is generated by roots is around





176808. The substance which inhibits blood clotting is





176809. The process of flow of sap from the injured or cut parts of plant with a considerable force is called





176810. The proteins which are synthesized by blood to protect body from nuclein acids and toxins of invading organism





176811. The rate of transpiration is increased with the increase in





176812. The regulation of potassium is achieved in plants due to opening and closing of





176813. The relaxed period of heart chambers is known as





176814. The response of passive immunity is





176815. The rhythmic contraction of heart is controlled by





176816. The water is evaporated from the plant through





176817. The water potential of a pure water is equal to





176818. The water transpiration is done 90% by the process of





176819. The water which enters the xylem cells increase cell’s





176820. Under normal circumstances a patient’s immune system can overcome bacterial or viral attack but in AIDS victim is





176821. Veins collects blood from body and send it to





176822. Water molecules move rapidly hence possess





176823. The successive cells in pericardial muscles are separated with the help of junctions called as





176824. Water potential is maximum achieved when the cell is placed in





176825. The system of adjacent cell walls present throughout the plant roots is





176826. When a person becomes ill due to infection and survives then this activity is called





176827. The systemic arch disappears in





176828. When blood starts mixing between two atria and that blood reaches the new born baby it





176829. The transpiration is very essential for plants as it





176830. When capillaries join together, they form





176831. The transport and returning of material from the tissues to blood is responsibility of





176832. The transport of deoxygenated blood from right ventricle to lungs is done by





176833. The vein which collects blood from liver is known as





176834. Adenovirus is responsible for the disease





176835. AIDS was first reported for the first time in early 1980s in group of young





176836. Bacteriophages are of two structural forms either cubical symmetry or





176837. Euglena and Amoeba belongs to kingdom





176838. Numerous micro-organisms which may be infectious proteins are the





176839. A complete, mature and infectious particle of virus is called as





176840. Polio virus is found all over the world causing serious disease





176841. A disease which inflames the liver of human beings is





176842. Retroviruses can convert a single stranded RNA genome into double stranded viral DNA by special enzyme





176843. A system for naming any classifying all organisms was given by





176844. The AIDS virus penetrates in to the host’s





176845. A virus which is passed on to progeny cells after being incorporated in host genome is called





176846. For the very first time the vaccination against HIV was synthesized and was administered in humans in





176847. Hepatitis B is also known as





176848. HIV multiplies but don





176849. HIV target the major cells in human body known as





176850. The quality of storing food using simple inorganic material belongs to plants which are





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