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MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) Quiz on “Animal Tissue“. Quiz No. 4

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Animal Tissue - 04

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Question 1
Skeletal muscles are______.
A
Endodermal in origin
B
Ectodermal in origin
C
Mesodermal in origin
D
All of them
Question 2
Smooth muscles are______.
A
Involuntary, spindle shaped, uninucleated, tapering
B
Voluntary, multinucleate, cylindrical
C
Involuntary, cylindrical, multinucleate
D
Voluntary, branched, uninucleate
Question 3
Stratum germinativum is derived from______.
A
Flat cells
B
Ciliated cells
C
Columnar cells
D
Cuboidal cells
Question 4
The longitudinal channels of bone are called:
A
Bone marrow
B
Haversian canals
C
Marrow cavity
D
Lacunae
Question 5
Striated muscles occur in______.
A
Urinary bladder
B
Alimentary canal
C
Skeletal muscles
D
None of these
Question 6
The cells primarily involved in immune mechanism are______.
A
Eosinophils
B
Thrombocytes
C
Lymphocytes
D
Erythrocytes
Question 7
The white fibres are chemically formed of
A
Actin
B
Collagen
C
Myosin
D
Elastin
Question 8
The cells that line the tubules of the kidneys are ______.
A
Flat
B
Ciliated
C
Columnar
D
Cuboidal
Question 9
The functional unit of contractive system in striated muscle is______.
A
Cross bridges
B
Myofibril
C
Sarcomere
D
Z-band
Question 10
The junction of an axon and dendrite is called______.
A
Relay
B
Synapse
C
Conduction zone
D
Cyton
Question 11
The plasma without fibrinogen and other clotting factors is called:
A
Blood
B
Serum
C
Anti-serum
D
Lymph
Question 12
The most appropriate definition for neuroglial cells is that they are______.
A
Nonsensory supporting cells
B
Secretory cells
C
Sensory cells
D
Sensory and supporting cells
Question 13
The muscles in the eye associated with pupil are______.
A
Unstriated and involuntary
B
Striated and voluntary
C
Striated and involuntary
D
Unstriated and voluntary
Question 14
The receptors found in the muscles, tendons and joints are______.
A
Teloreceptiors
B
Proprioceptors
C
Interoceptors
D
Thermoreceptors
Question 15
Which one of the following is largest in size
A
Monocyte
B
Basophil
C
Lymphocyte
D
Neutrophil
Question 16
This is not the cell of areolar tissue______.
A
Macrophage
B
Schwann cell
C
Plasma cell
D
Adipose cell
Question 17
This one is the characteristic of epithelial tissues.
A
These cells never produce glands
B
These cells have a rapid rate of cell division
C
These tissues are highly vascularised
D
Large intercellular spaces are seen between the cells.
Question 18
Transitional epithelium occurs in______.
A
Kidney
B
Vein
C
Renal pelvis and ureter
D
Larynx
Question 19
The basic contractile unit of muscle is ______.
A
Sarcomere
B
Myofibril
C
Z-band
D
H-band
Question 20
Nissl’s granules are found in ______ cells.
A
Nerve
B
Cartilage
C
Muscle
D
Bone
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5 thoughts on “Animal Tissue: Quiz – 4

  • Mansimran

    Its amazing to practice such reasonable questions instead of doing nearly 500 questions of a single topic.
    Plz introduce physics and chemistry questions too..they will be very helpful..

  • shivani

    thanks for noticing and changing the answer with reason on the same day!

  • shivani

    please check the 19th question, the answer is sarcomere NOT myofibril

    • Administrator

      You are absolutely correct Shivani.
      Inside a single myofibril in a single muscle cell, thousands of contractile units of muscle are arranged end to end called sarcomeres.