Disease causing agents - SS3 Agriculture Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What are the disease-causing agents known as fungi primarily composed of?

A

Single cells

B

Multiple cells

C

Viruses

D

Bacteria

CORRECT OPTION: a
2

Which of the following is NOT a mode of transmission for bacteria?

A

Direct Contact

B

Indirect Contact

C

Airborne Transmission

D

Vector-Borne

CORRECT OPTION: d
3

Which bacterial disease is often transmitted through respiratory droplets?

A

Tuberculosis

B

Impetigo

C

Lyme disease

D

Tetanus

CORRECT OPTION: a
4

How do viruses primarily spread through direct contact?

A

Touching contaminated surfaces

B

Inhaling airborne particles

C

Skin-to-skin contact

D

Drinking contaminated water

CORRECT OPTION: c
5

Which mode of transmission is NOT associated with fungi?

A

Airborne Transmission

B

Direct Contact

C

Vector-Borne

D

Indirect Contact

CORRECT OPTION: c
6

Which protozoal infection can be contracted by consuming contaminated water?

A

Malaria

B

Toxoplasmosis

C

Giardiasis

D

Hepatitis A

CORRECT OPTION: c
7

What is the primary mode of transmission for protozoal infections like malaria?

A

Direct Contact

B

Airborne Transmission

C

Foodborne

D

Vector-Borne

CORRECT OPTION: d
8

Which of the following is NOT a fungal mode of transmission?

A

Airborne Transmission

B

Foodborne

C

Direct Contact

D

Indirect Contact

CORRECT OPTION: b
9

What is the primary mode of transmission for the Zika virus?

A

Airborne Transmission

B

Vector-Borne

C

Direct Contact

D

Foodborne

CORRECT OPTION: b
10

Which disease-causing agents are smaller than bacteria?

A

Protozoa

B

Fungi

C

Both a) and b)

D

Viruses

CORRECT OPTION: d
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