White fibres are made up of:

1. Study of tissues is called:
(A) Anatomy (B) Cytology (C) Morphology (D) Histology

2. Term “Histology” to separate branch for study of tissues as given by:
(A) None of these (B) Mayer (1819)
(C) Marcello Malpighi (1628 – 1694) (D) Bichat (1771 – 1802)

3. Term “Epithelia” was introduced by:
(A) Bichat (B) Mayer
(C) Marcello Malpighi (D) Ruysch

4. Who coined the term protoplasm?
(A) Purkinja (B) Dujardin (C) None of these (D) Von Mohl

5. Exchange of materials between blood and tisue cells occurs through:
(A) Tissue fluid (B) Plasma (C) Lymph (D) Water

6. Mast cells are present in:
(A) Muscular tissue (B) Areolar tissue
(C) Epithelial tissue (D) Nervous tissue

7. Stratified epithelium is found in:
(A) Liver (B) Trachea (C) Stomach (D) Skin

8. Epithelium by origin is:
(A) All of these (B) Endodermal (C) Ectodermal (D) Mesodermal

9. Cuboidal epithelium is found in:
(A) Sweat gland (B) Gonads
(C) Uriniferous tubules (D) All of these

10. Transitional epithelium is:
(A) Adapted for none of these functions
(B) Adapted for distension of the organ where it is present
(C) Adapted for ultrafiltration
(D) Adapted for providing strength

11. Lumen of stomach and intestine has:
(A) Squamous epithelium (B) Columnar epithelium
(C) Specialized epithelium (D) Cuboidal epithelium

12. Mixed glands which release both serous and mucous secretions are represented in our body by:
(A) None of these (B) Submandibular salivary glands
(C) Both of these (D) Most gastric glands

13. Which of the following glands are apocrine in nature:
(A) Intestinal glands (B) Mammary glands
(C) Goblet cells (D) Sebaceous glands

14. Secretory units are rounded in:
(A) Tubular glands (B) Acinus glands
(C) Alveolar glands (D) None of these

15. Connective tissue in our body constitutes:
(A) 50% of body mass (B) 30% of body mass
(C) 60% of body mass (D) 80% of body mass

16. Aging in our body is associated with deterioration in our:
(A) None of these (B) Connective tissue
(C) Epithelia (D) Bones

17. Muscular tissues are more active than others, which organelles are expected to be more numerous in the cells of this tissue:
(A) Centriole
(B) Mitochondria
(C) Nuclei (D) Nucleoli

18. Mast cells areolar tissue secrete|:
(A) Serotonin (B) All of these (C) Haparin (D) Histamine

19. One of the following substances acts as a vasoconstrictor to arrest bleeding and also to increase blood pressure is:
(A) Serotonin (B) None of these
(C) Histamine (D) Heparin

20. Which of the following cells of areolar tissue form antibodies:
(A) Mast cells (B) Fibrocytes
(C) Plasma cells (D) Macrophages

21. White fibres are made up of:
(A) None of these (B) Elastin (C) Reticulin (D) Collagen

22. Excessive stretching of ligaments results in:
(A) None of these (B) Sprue (C) Fracture (D) Sprain

23. Wharton’s jelly is made up of:
(A) Reticular connective tissue (B) Mucous connective tissue
(C) Adipose connective tissue (D) None of these

24. Cells of squamous epithelium are:
(A) Flat and tile-like (B) Tall with elongated nuclei
(C) Cube-like (D) Columnar or cuboidal

25. Chondrin is found in the matrix of:
(A) Nerve fibre (B) Bone (C) Cartilage (D) Muscle

26. Ligaments join:
(A) Bones to muscles (B) Bones to bones
(C) Muscles to cartilages (D) Muscles to muscles

27. Ear pinnae, epiglottis and bronchiolar cartilages are:
(A) Fibro (B) Hyaline (C) None of these (D) Yellow elastic

28. Mammalian bones differ with those of frog in having:
(A) Haversian canals (B) Ependymal cells
(C) Chondroytes (D) None of these

29. Haversian canals during life may contain:
(A) A vein, an artery, a nerve and some bone cells
(B) Only an artery, vein and nerve
(C) Only an artery and a vein
(D) Only a lymphatic vessel and some bone cells

30. Which of the following minerals is maximum in the bone:
(A) Calcium sulphate (B) Calcium chloride
(C) Calcium carbonate
(D) Calcium phosphateSrinivas Arla M.Sc,B.Ed
ZOOLOGY Lecturer 9492195725

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