TNPSC Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science 23 February 2020 Question paper with Answers Key- TNPSC conducted Veterinary Assistant Surgeon exam on 23 February 2020 FN from 10.00 AM to 12.30 PM. Here we are providing some of the questions asked in TNPSC Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science Paper.
In India, the percapita availability of milk during 2017-18?
Twinning rate is……..in goat farming?
Which one of the indigenous cattle breed is known as’Wadhiar’?
…… possesses two white collars, one round the jaw and the other round the brisket?
In dairy cow, milking operations should be completed within?
Ear notching is commonly practiced for identification method in?
The pigment responsible for the brown eggshell in chicken?
The ideal age for dehorning the calf is?
Before 10 days old
The parturient paresis in dairy cattle is caused by the deficiency of ………..nutrient?
Feeding of bypass protein is advisable to?
Daily cow yielding more than 15kg. Milk/day
Feed dry matter in take of adult elephant ranges from?
1-1.5% of body weight
TNPSC Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science 23 February 2020 Paper
The Primary stimulant for glycogenolysis in the muscle is?
Which one of the following unconventional feed which can be very well ensiled for ruminary feeding?
A Abnormal type of hemoglobin HbS is between in?
Sickle cell anemia
The pH value of good silage is?
3.7 – 4.2
Grass tetany in cattle is due to the deficiency of?
Which one has high phosphorous content?
The crude protein equivalent of urea is?
Which one is essential amino acid for cats?
Glucogenic volatile fatty acid is?
The Organ that receives that maximum amount of cardiac output is?
Liver via splanchric solution
Which is precursor for prostaglandin and thromboxane?
The average life span of erythrocytes of chicken is ………… days?
28 to 35
……….is the direct measure of proportion of crude protein that can be used by animal for synthesis of body tissue?
Who postulated the theory of chromosomal basis of linkage?
The exchange of chromosome segment or protion between non-homologus chromosomes is known as?
TNPSC Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science 23 February 2020 Questions and answers
Brucellosis is caused by?
Alimentary canal consist of all exists?
The pelvic organs can be palpated through which passage?
Viral deverticlum of Eustachian tube in equines is?
Blue comb disease in Turkeys is caused by?
Which virus causes blue tongue in sheep?
Number of serotypes present in FMD Virus?
Duck viral hepatitis is caused by?
Mareks disease in chicken is caused by?
Leptospira Spirochetes are more prevalent in?
Marshy and alluvial soil
Diagnosis of Coccidiosis in chicken is best accomplished by?
Post mortem examination
TNPSC Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science 23 February 2020 paper with Key
Immune evasion in trypanosome infections is due to?
Repeated Change in antigenic Character
In a Parasitic diseases, hypoglycemia is observed in?
The most pathogenic cestode of Poultry?
Reptured immature neutrophils in circulation are called as?
Langhans gaint cells are seen in?
The drug effective in a anaerobic bacterial infection is?
An agent used against anaerobic as well as protozoa?
Antibacterial agent used for tropical application is?
Drugs Concentrate more in milk if they are?
Collection of blood between the ear cartilage and skin of the dog is?
Goose stepping gait in pigs in due to?
TNPSC Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science Answers Key 23 February 2020
The ultimate pH meat is?
The state of dehydration is assessed by inspecting?
Eye and skin
Commonly used dairy sanitizer is?
The pH Normal Cow milk usually varies from?
6.4 to 6.6
The Stebilizer used in icecream preparation is?
Gelatin is prepared from?
Skin and tide timmings
The dip lift method of stunning is related to?
Maiming of animal is made by all excepts?
National dairy research institute is located in?
The age at sexual maturity in tiger is between?
Three and Four years
TNPSC Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science 23 February 2020 Full Question Paper & Key
Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science (UG DEGREE STANDARD)
UNIT –I : GENERAL
UNIT –II : LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT
III : LIVESTOCK NUTRITION
UNIT –IV : LIVESTOCK BREEDING AND GENETICS
UNIT –V : VETERINARY ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
VI : VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY, VETERINARY PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
UNIT –VII : PATHOLOGY AND PARASITOLOGY
UNIT -VIII : PHARMACOLOGY
IX : VETERINARY CLINICAL MEDICINE, VETERINARY GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS AND VETERINARY SURGERY AND RADIOLOGY
UNIT-X : LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY