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  • DIRECTIONS for questions 1 to 10: In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

India can be truly; proud of having made at ( 1 ) costs some very demanding biomedical products: blood bags, heart valves and Kalam-Raju stents, to name a few. However, the ( 2 ) in biomedical R & D or industry has ( 3 ) fully kept pace with the ever-growing demands. Therefore, several industries will be set up in the country with ( 4 ) technology for the ( 5 ) of medical devices. Polymers, ceramics and metal alloy industries would ( 6 ) themselves to produce the required biomaterials.

Medical and health care sectors will undergo a major transformation with increased ( 7 ) of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnostic devices. For example, ( 8 ) of artificial human parts will be possible-the heart, the pancreas, the lungs, and kidneys. Artificial blood will be available for transfusion to leukemia patients. Bone, hip and tissue replacements will be possible for accident victims, and tissue replacements will be possible for-accident victims. Heart patients can ( 9 ) heart valves, artificial hearts and other implants. The requirement of biomaterials would accordingly go up. Tissue engineering will ( 10) at replacing the affected tissue in a natural way.

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Question 1
Identify the correct word for the Blank 1
A
expensive
B
trivial
C
significant
D
high
E
affordable
Question 1 Explanation: 
The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve
Question 2
Identify the correct word for the Blank 2
A
A. extension
B
B. Implementation
C
C. advancement
D
D. degradation
E
E. treatment
Question 2 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve
Question 3
Identify the correct word for the Blank 3
A
miraculously
B
hopefully
C
definitely
D
not
E
indeed
Question 3 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve
Question 4
Identify the correct word for the Blank 4
A
imported
B
prudential
C
old
D
traditional
E
Known
Question 4 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve.
Question 5
Identify the correct word for the Blank 5
A
use
B
manufacturing
C
utilization
D
sale
E
disposal
Question 5 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve.
Question 6
Identify the correct word for the Blank 6
A
invent
B
try
C
upgrade
D
help
E
Deploy
Question 6 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve
Question 7
Identify the correct word for the Blank 7
A
deficiency
B
usability
C
dearth
D
availability
E
Utility
Question 7 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve
Question 8
Identify the correct word for the Blank 8
A
implantation
B
amputation
C
donation
D
removal
E
Treatment
Question 8 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve
Question 9
Identify the correct word for the Blank 9
A
spare
B
receive
C
strengthen
D
donate
E
Exchange
Question 9 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve
Question 10
Identify the correct word for the Blank 10
A
comment
B
evolve
C
pioneer
D
serve
E
Aim
Question 10 Explanation: 
Solution: The statement suggests that the cost incurred was low. Hence, the right answer choice is 'affordable' because trivial is not used for costs. In the second statement the author talks of some kind of growth, which makes 'advancement' as the right choice. The second part of the same statement suggests a negative view point which makes 'not' as the right choice. The setting up of new industries demands 'importing' of new technology for the production or 'manufacturing' of new products. In the next sentence also, the author talks of growth, 'upgrade' is thus the right word choice. In the second paragraph, the author talks of the uses of artificial organs, blood and improved diagnosis, 'utility' is the right choice. Example of the same explains the 'implantation' of the various human organs. The heart patients can 'receive' new valves and other implants. The last sentence talks of the things tissue engineering 'aim' to achieve
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