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Circulation of Body Fluids: Quiz - 2

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Question 1
Both erythrocytes and leucocytes are formed in
A
Lymph nodes
B
Bone marrow
C
Thymus
D
Arterial walls
Question 2
Brain completely depends on blood from the supply of
A
Oxygen and glucose
B
Oxygen and ATP
C
Oxygen and electrolytes
D
Glucose and ATP
Question 3
Bundle of His is a network of
A
Nerve fibres distributed in ventricles
B
Muscle fibres found only in the ventricle wall
C
Muscle fibres distributed throughout the heart walls
D
Nerve fibres found throughout the heart
Question 4
'Bundle of His' is a part of which one of the following organs in humans?
A
Pancreas
B
Brain
C
Heart
D
Kidney
Question 5
Cardiac output is defined as the amount of blood
A
Pumped by both ventricles per second
B
Received in heart per minute
C
Pumped by each ventricle per minute
D
Pumped by left atrium per minute
Question 6
Christmas disease is also known as
A
Haemophilia B
B
AIDS
C
Haemophilia A
D
Haemolytic jaundice
Question 7
Major part of the plasma consists of
A
Organic substances
B
Inorganic substances
C
Blood cells
D
Water
Question 8
Compared to blood our lymph has
A
More RBCs and less WBCs
B
No plasma
C
Plasma without proteins
D
More WBCs and no RBCs
Question 9
Diastole occurs due to
A
Nerve impulse from vagus
B
Elastic recoil of arteries
C
Relaxation of heart muscles
D
All of them
Question 10
During diastole
A
Blood leaves ventricle
B
Blood leaves heart
C
Blood enters in heart
D
Blood enters lungs
Question 11
During storage of blood anticoagulant added to it may be
A
Sodium oxalate
B
Sodium chloride
C
Potassium chloride
D
Thromboplastin
Question 12
Fresh frozen plasma (FFP) does not contain
A
Factor VII
B
Platelets
C
Frozen protoplasm
D
Gamma globulins
Question 13
Globulins contained in human blood plasma are primarily involved in
A
Clotting of blood
B
Defence mechanisms of body
C
Osmotic balance of body fluids
D
Oxygen transport in the blood
Question 14
Graveyard in RBCs is
A
Liver
B
Spleen
C
Kidney
D
Lymph glands
Question 15
Haemoglobin oxygen dissociation curve is
A
Straight line
B
Constant
C
Sigmoid
D
Parabolic
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5 thoughts on “Body Fluids and Circulation: Quiz – 2

  • pari

    No anan you r wrong ques. No 14 the ams. Of graveyard of rbc is know as spleen

    • Akshit

      the rbc’s and wb’c are stored in the spleen and supplied to the body as and when required! rbc after completin the life span of 120 days, the spleen is the most efficient site for the disposal for them! hence called the graveyard!

  • Emad alvi

    SOME OF THE HARD QUESTIONS! BUT VERY USEFUL.