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1.  Stratum germinativum is an example of which kind of epithelium?

(a) columnar

(b) squamous

(c) cuboidal

(d) ciliated.

2.  Which of the following is agranulocyte?

(a) basophil

(b) neutrophil

(c) lymphocyte

(d) eosinophil.

3.  Basement membrane is made up of

(a) no cell product of epithelial cell

(b) epidermal cell only

(c) endodermal cell

(d) both (b) and (c).

4.  Protein present in cartilage is

(a) cartilagin

(b) ossein

(c) chondrin

(d) none of these.

5.  Which of the following is not the main function of lymph glands?

(a) forming RBCs

(b) destroying bacteria

(c) forming WBCs

(d) forming antibodies.

6. In mammals, histamine is secreted by

(a) lymphocytes

(b) mast cells

(c) fibroblasts

(d) histiocytes.

7. Tendon is made up of

(a) yellow fibrous connective tissue

(b) modified where fibrous tissue

(c) areolar tissue

(d)adipose tissue.

8. Ligament is a/an

(a) inelastic white fibrous tissue

(b) modified white fibrous tissue

(c) modified yellow elastic fibrous tissue

(d) none of the above.

9.  The joint between atlas and axis is called

(a) angular joint

(b) hinge joint

(c) pivot joint

(d) saddle joint.

10. Which statement is true for WBC?

(a) non-nucleated

(b) in deficiency, cancer is caused

(c) manufactured in thymus

(d) can squeeze through blood capillaries.

11.  Which pair is correct?

(a) sweat = temperature regulation

(b) saliva = sense of food taste

(c) sebum = sexual attraction

(d) humerus = hind leg.

12.  Characteristic of simple epithelium is that they

(a) are arranged indiscriminately

(b) make a definite layer

(c) continue to divide and help in organ function

(d) none of the above.

13.  Proteoglycan in cartilages which is a part of polysaccharide is

(a) chondroitin

(b) ossein

(c) casein

(d) cartilagin.

14.  What is sarcomere?

I part between two H-line

(b) part between two A-line

I part between two I-band

(d) part between two Z-line.

15.  Which cells do not form layer and remains structurally separate?

(a) epithelial cells

(b) muscle cells

(c) nerve cells

(d) gland cells.

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