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17 January 2018

CSIR December 2017 Exam | Doubtful Answers | Life Sciences

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We are listing out some of the CSIR December 2017 Exam (Life Sciences) Doubtful Questions and their answers?

If you have any doubtful questions, please use below comments section.

Note: Notice for Representation for wrong Keys not given by CSIR right now. We have to wait.




Booklet A (Doubtful Questions/Answers).




Answer 3 wrong. 







14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Notice for representation of wrong keys has been published on csir website. Are you planning to approach csir with these doubtful answers? Even I agree with these answers.

helpBIOTECH Team said...

Definitely, we will represent.

Anonymous said...

yes i have ticked the same answers of q. no. 62,63,78 as provided by you.
so is there any chance that these q. will be resolved by csir. if so then i will be getting 128.But q. no. 11,96 are right according to csir key.so for q. no. 11,96 will there be two right answers or the one's provided by you

Anonymous said...

Please provide us with source of these answers so, that we may also represent these answers to csir.

helpBIOTECH Team said...

yes i have ticked the same answers of q. no. 62,63,78 as provided by you.

Normally very less chances of changing the key.

Anonymous said...

But the answer of q. No.78 is surely kinesin 1. So why won't they change answer key

helpBIOTECH Team said...

They have to change. But chances are less.

Zarreen said...

For question 63, option 1 is the correct option. Both 1 and 3 are fully resolved trees.But only option 1 is phylogram. Option 3 is cladogram. The question clearly states a fully resolved phylogram. I hope this clears the doubt ☺

helpBIOTECH Team said...

A phylogram is a branching diagram (tree) that is assumed to be an estimate of a phylogeny. The branch lengths are proportional to the amount of inferred evolutionary change.

A cladogram is a branching diagram (tree) assumed to be an estimate of a phylogeny where the branches are of equal lengths. Therefore, cladograms show common ancestry but do not indicate the amount of evolutionary time separating taxa. The term 'Cladogram' usually emphasizes that the diagram represents a hypothesis about the actual evolutionary history of a group.

Dendrograms are informal cladograms. They are not intended as hypotheses but rather as speculative phylogenies and are usually considered as informal super trees.

choudhary said...

if any student who opted out not to attempt the questions you above mentioned because of dual answers in the options ,then what will be criteria of marks awarding of those question? marks all to

Anonymous said...

Yes. Possibility.

Anonymous said...

pls can you givethe name of the books where to find the ans because we have to send the name of book along with the email

Anonymous said...

pls can you givethe name of the books where to find the ans

Better use the internet and give links

Anonymous said...

sir will u please apprach the csir regarding answer of question no.59 and 55 because i feel the answer for no.59 should ne even option 1 and answer for 55 should be option 1.but due to lack of strong evidence i could approach csir

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