Nano Biotechnology MCQ Questions and Answers Part – 1
1. Nanobiotechnology deals with materials of the size _______ m.
A. 1 / 100000000
B. 1 / 10000000
C. 1 / 1000000000
D. 1 / 10000000000
2. Buckyballs are made up of ______.
3. Which one of the following technology is used in making memory chips?
A. Nano design.
D. Tissue engineering.
4. The art and science of etching, writing or printing at the microscopic level in the order of nanometer is ________.
D. nano paltcinins.
5. The process used to create topographical features on a surface by selective removal of material by physical or chemical means is called _______.
6. PLLA is _________.
A. Poly Lactic Acid.
B. Poly L-Lactic Acid.
C. Poly Lactose Acid.
D. Poly DL Lactic Acid.
7. A mathematical description with properties of nerve cells or neurons is called _________.
B. nerve cell.
C. biological neuron.
D. biological nerve cell.
8. A network or circuit of biological neurons is called as ________.
A. neural network.
C. neuron network.
D. biological network.
9. Artificial neurons were first proposed in 1943 by whom?
A. Warren Mc. Culloch.
B. Walter Pitts.
C. Warren Mc. Culloch and Walter Pitts.
D. Warren and Pitts.
10. Quantum dots are ________ in nature.
11. What are the approaches used in making nanosystems?
C. Both a and b.
D. Neither a nor b.
12. Ceramic powders find application in _________.
D. all the above
13. Nanopowders are defined as powders having an average particle size of less than ____ nm.
14. The term nanotechnology was first used by _________.
A. Richard Feynman.
B. Norio Taniguichi.
C. Eric Dexler.
D. Karl Peter.
15. Which one of the following techniques is used for the synthesis of 2-D nanostructures?
A. Anisotropic crystal growth.
B. Top up.
C. Bottom down.
D. Both b and c.
16. Nanomembranes have a pore size of _______.
17. Silicon or polymer devices that perform non-electronic functions such as sensing and activation are called as _________.
D. smart systems.
18. Microsystems with advanced capabilities and own intelligence are commonly referred to as ________.
A. bio MEMS.
D. smart systems.
19. cDNA is ________.
A. compact DNA.
B. circular DNA.
C. complementary DNA.
D. closed DNA.
20. When was the first biosensor was invented?
A. 1956, Leland Clark.
B. 1962, Clark and Lyon.
C. 1955, Leland Clark.
D. 1957, Clark and Lyon.
21. Which technique is used in the making of biochips?
D. DNA chip technology.
22. The transduction methods used in biochips are _______.
A. surface plasmon resonance.
D. all the above.
23. The study and application of molecular building blocks for the fabrication of electronic components is called as _________.
C. molecular electronics.
24. A circular array of iron atoms on a copper surface is called as a _______.
A. quantum dot.
B. quantum corrral.
C. both a and b.
D. a alone.
25. The devices that convert electrical energy to mechanical energy or vice versa are called as ________.
26. Nucleic acid ligands that bind with high affinity to their target molecules and used in the detection of protein analytes are called as _______.
27. Molecular beacons are _______.
A. DNA hairpin structures.
B. fluorescent probes.
C. RNA probes.
D. DNA probes.
28. Which of the following is NOT a molecular tag?
B. Quantum dots.
29. Mention the nanomaterial used in the remediation of waste.
30. TEM is ________.
A. Transmission Electron Microscope.
B. Transmit Electron Microscope.
C. Transmission Electrical Microscope.
D. Transmit Electrical Microscope.
31. SLMS are ______.
A. Spatial Light Modulators.
B. Scanning Light Microscope.
C. Scanning Light Modulator.
D. Spatial Light Microscope.
32. The study that involves the behaviour, manipulation and control of fluids that are confined to nanometers is called as _______.
33. Expand NCAM.
A. Nano Carbon Array Membrane.
B. Nano Carbon Assay Membrane.
C. Nano Capillary Array Membrane.
D. Nano Capillary Assay Membrane.
34. The concentration at which surfactants begin to form micelle is known as ______.
A. critical micelle concentration.
B. crucial micelle concentration.
C. circular micelle concentration.
D. critical molecule concentration
35. Compounds that lower the surface tension of a liquid are called as ______.
C. Wetting agents.
36. Expand PNCS.
A. Poly Nano Composites.
B. Polymer Nano Composites.
C. Polymer Nano Compounds.
D. Polymer Nano Compounds.
37. Nanoemulsion are oil-in-water emulsion with mean droplet diameters of what size.
38. Mechanics and Electronics that are on the nanoscale are called as ______.
39. ______ m is equal to 1 atto unit.
40. Expand MRI.
A. Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
B. Molecule Resonance Imaging.
C. both a and b.
D. b alone.
41. Expand MRFM
A. Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy.
B. Molecule Resonance Microscopy.
C. Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
D. Molecule Resonance Imaging.
42. MEMs can be employed in which of the following?
A. Peizoresistive pressure sensors.
C. Drug delivery microsystems.
D. All of the above.
43. Smart drugs memory enhancers and cognitive enhancers are also called ______.
44. Nootropics are drugs/supplements that are used to improve functions such as ________.
A. cognition and memory.
B. cognition, memory, intelligence and motivation.
C. concentration and attention.
D. all the above.
45. A biochemical mixed bag containing vitamins, herbs, nutrients and prescription drugs are called as ________.
B. smart drugs.
46. Expand MED.
A. Magnetic Electron diode.
B. Memory Enhancing drugs.
C. Both a and B
D. b only.
47. What do Ampabines do?
D. both a and b.
48. A semiconductor whose excitons are confined in all three spatial dimensions is called as _______.
B. bucky ball.
C. quantum dot.
49. Who coined the term quantum dot?
A. Alekei Ekimov.
B. Mark Reed.
C. Louis E. Bus.
50. Which of the following is the biomedical application of quantum dot?
B. Solar cells.
D. Medical imaging.