CHSE Board Odisha Biology Health and Disease Chapter Previous 10 Year Questions

Health and disease chapter is the most important chapter for the CHSE Odisha Biology board exam. It is the most important chapter for one-mark questions, short notes or, short answer type questions and differentiates.

First, see the new syllabus and then practice these questions. Because 2010 to 2017 board exams were held as per the old CHSE syllabus.

One Mark Questions:-

  1. Name the parasite blocking the lymphatics in human and name the disease caused by this parasite. (CHSE – 2010)
  2. Name the cell in the human body destroyed by HIV. (CHSE – 2010)
  3. Which tissue affected in sarcoma? (CHSE – 2010)
  4. Which test is required to diagnose typhoid? (CHSE – 2011)
  5. Which secretion is inhibited by alcohol? (CHSE – 2011)
    1. ADH
    2. Insulin
    3. Oxytocin
    4. Progesterone
  6. Deficiency of which hormone causes diabetes? (CHSE – 2011)
  7. Which test is conducted to identify HIV? (CHSE –            (2012)
  8. ______ test is specifically employed to determine the presence of disease causing Salmonella typhi. (CHSE – 2013)
  9. Which is the infective stage of Plasmodium falciparum? (CHSE – 2014)
  10. Through which vector is Wuchereria bancrofti transmitted? (CHSE - 2015)
    1. Aedes
    2. Anopheles
    3. Tse tse fly
    4. Culex
  11. L.S.D. is a natural _____ drug. (CHSE – 2015)
  12. Which parasite causes amoebic dysentery? (CHSE – 2017)
    1. E. coli
    2. A. proteus
    3. E. histolytica
    4. P. vivax
  13. Which antibody initiates allergic reactions? (CHSE – 2017).
    1. IgG
    2. IgD
    3. IgA
    4. IgE
  14. The confirmative test for AIDS is ________ blotting. (CHSE – 2017)
  15. Cerebral malaria is caused by ______. (CHSE – 2017)
  16. What is called the protein pathogen that does not contain nucleic acid? (CHSE – 2018)
  17. The infective stage of malaria parasite is _____. (CHSE – 2018)
  18. HIV is treated using a combination of medicines called ______ therapy. (CHSE – 2018)
  19. Cancer of muscle is named as _____. (CHSE – 2019)
  20. _____ causes cerebral malaria. (CHSE – 2019)
  21. The full form of ELISA is _______. (CHSE – 2019)
  22. Colostrum is rich in which type of antibody? (CHSE – 2019)

Short notes / Short answer type questions from CHSE Odisha Biology Board exam (Health and Disease Chapter): -

  1. What are interferons? (CHSE – 2010)
  2. How do free radicals influence ageing? (CHSE – 2010)
  3. Mention the origin and importance of T – cells. (CHSE – 2011)
  4. Mention the risk of indiscrimination use of antibiotics. (CHSE – 2011)
  5. What are immunoglobulins? (CHSE – 2012)
  6. What is CT scan? (CHSE – 2012)
  7. Types and causes of cancer. (CHSE – 2012)
  8. How AIDS can be prevented? (CHSE – 2012)
  9. Explain “immunity theory” of ageing. (CHSE – 2013)
  10. How is the AIDS provirus formed? (CHSE – 2014)
  11. Innate immunity (CHSE – 2014)
  12. How can AIDS be prevented? (CHSE – 2015)
  13. What is immunity? What is cell mediated immunity? (CHSE – 2015)
  14. State the cause, symptoms and prevention of filariasis? (CHSE – 2016)
  15. What are benign and malignant tumours? (CHSE – 2016)
  16. Mention the causes of drug addiction. (CHSE – 2017)
  17. AIDS (CHSE – 2017)
  18. What is innate immunity? (CHSE – 2018)
  19. What is antibody? (CHSE – 2019)
  20. What is HIV? (CHSE – 2019)

CHSE Odisha Biology Differentiates from Health and Disease chapter: -

  1. Differentiate between stimulants and hallucinogens. (CHSE – 2010)
  2. Stimulants and hallucinogens (CHSE – 2013)
  3. B – lymphocytes and T – lymphocytes (CHSE – 2013)
  4. Active immunity and passive immunity (CHSE – 2014)
  5. B – lymphocyte and T – lymphocyte (CHSE – 2016)
  6. Active immunity and passive immunity (CHSE – 2017)
  7. T – lymphocyte and B – lymphocyte (CHSE – 2019)
  8. Amoebiasis and filariasis (CHSE – 2019)

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