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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

University Of Pune Question Paper,PHARMACOGNOSY – I,2010 Question Paper,First Year B.Pharm.

University Of Pune Question Paper
First Year B.Pharm. Examination, 2010
(2004 Course)
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 80
Instructions : 1) Question Nos. 1 and 5 are compulsory. Out of remaining
attempt any 2 questions from Section I and any 2 questions
from Section II.
2) Answers to the two Sections should be written in separate
3) Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.
4) Black figures to the right indicate full marks.
1. What are plant growth regulators ? What is the significance of Auxins as
growth regulator ? 10
2. A) What is a pesticide ? Give the characteristics of an ideal pesticide. 8
B) Describe the anatomy of leaf. 7
3. A) What are Natural gums ? How are they formed ? Give the importance of
Acacia. 8
B) Define fruit. Classify fruits. Write in detail about indehiscent fruits. 7
4. A) Write short note on (any three) :
a) Stomatal no.
b) Foreign Organic matter
c) Vegetative propagation
d) Similar similibus caventur. 15
5. Define “crude drug”. Give the contribution of Galen in the history of
Pharmacognosy. 10
6. A) Difference between Indian gum and Ghatti gum. 7
B) Significance of refractive index and optical rotation in drug evaluation. 8
7. A) Which are the alternative systems of medicine ? Write about Homeopathic
system of medicine. 7
B) What is principal of ‘Karl Fischer’ Method ? 8
8. A) Write short note on (any three) :
a) Palisade Ratio
b) Japanese Isinglass
c) Loss on Drying
d) Substitution. 15

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