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Reg 12/09/2015
41.

42.

43.

Match the following and choose the correct answer


List I
List II
A) Bones of limbs
1) Osteoblasts
B) Bone resorption
2) Replacing bones
C) Pisiform bone
3) Osteoclasts
D) Bones of cranium
4) Os penis
E) Heart of ruminants
5) Membrane bone
6) Sesamoid bone
7) Os cordis
A
B
C
D
E
A
B
C
D
E
1) 2
1
4
5
7
*2) 2
3
6
5
7
3) 5
3
7
2
6
4)
5
3
4
2
6
In bone- tissue, crystals of hydroxyapatite represent
1) Major part of organic matter
*2) Major part of inorganic matter
3) Rings of lacunae
4) System of canals

Read the following table


Bone (s)
Type
Formed by ossification of
A. Limb bones
Endochondral bones
Gristle
B. Most of the
Replacing bones
Mesenchyme
cranial bones
C. Patella
Sesamoid bone
Ligament
D. Os cordis
Visceral bone
Soft tissue in the heart of ruminants
The correct combination are
*1) A and D 2) C and D 3) A and B 4) B and D
44. Which of the following is true about cancellous bone ?
1) It has dense continuous lamellar matrix
2) It forms the diaphysis of long bone
3) It has interspaces filled with yellow bone marrow
*4) It consists of columns of bone called trabeculae
45. Match the following.
List - I
List - II
A.
Investing bones
1.
Tendons
B.
Endochondral bones
2.
Glans penis of Tiger
C.
Os penis
3.
Mesenchyme

D.
Os cordis
E.
Sesamoid bones
The Correct match is
A
B
C
1)
5
3
2
3)
1
5
2

4.
5.
D
4
4

E
1
3

Heart of ruminants
Cartilage
2)
*4)

A
3
3

B
5
5

C
4
2

46.

The formed elements which remove antigen-antibody complexes from the body
1) Increase in number during allergic reactions
2) Are active phagocytic cells and described as microscopic policemen
3) Are largest, motile phagocytes and engulf bacteria and cellular debris
4) Produce heparin, histamine etc., and supplement the function of mast cells

47.

Electrical synapses in cardiac muscle are


1) Gap junctions
2) Tight junctions

D
2
4

3) Adhesion junctions 4) Plasmodesmata

48. The smallest of the formed elements in the human blood are involved in the
function
1) produce antibodies
2) produce vaso dilators
3) haemostasis
4) oxygen transport
49. Muscles which remain contracted for long periods without fatigue
1) striated muscles
2) striated involuntary muscles
3) cardiac muscles
4) smooth muscles
50. Leucocytes with large spherical nucleus and scanty peripheral cytoplasm are
1) Basophils
2) Monocytes
3) Lymphocytes
4) Neutrophils
51. Wrong statement is
1) Each Haemaglobin has 4 polypeptide chains and 4 haeme molecules
2) RBC of camels and Llamas are elliptical and nucleated
B12

3) Vitamin
and folic acid required for maturation of RBC
4) Fall in WBC count is known as leucocytopenia
52. Most common neurons in our body are
1) Multipolar
2) Unipolar
3) Pseudo unipolar 4) Bipolar
53. Assertion (A): In bone nutrients and gases diffuse from the vascular supply of
Haversian system to Haversian system
Reason (R ): Haversian canals are communicated by transverse or oblique canals
called volkmans canals
1)AandRaretrueandRisthecorrectexplanationofA.
2)AandRaretrueandRisnotthecorrectexplanationofA.
3)Aistrue,Risfalse.
4)Aisfalse,Ristrue.
54. Studythefollowingstatements.
I)Neuronswithtwodendritesarecalledbipolarneurons
II)Nisslbodiesareabsentinaxon

E
1
1

III)Inmyelinatedaxon,exchangeofionstakesplaceatinternodesduetoabsenceof
myelinsheath
IV)NervesandtractsarepresentinPNSandCNSrespectively
Whichoftheaboveareincorrect?
1)OnlyIandIII
2)OnlyIIandIV
3)OnlyI
4)OnlyII,IIIand
55. Assertion(A):Musclesofuretersdonothavestriations.
Reason(R):Myofibrilsareabsentinsmoothmuscles.
1)AandRaretrueandRisthecorrectexplanationofA.
2)AandRaretrueandRisnotthecorrectexplanationofA.
3)Aisfalse,Ristrue.
4)Aistrue,Risfalse.
56. Assertion(A):Neuronsthatassociatewiththedorsalrootganglionofspinalnerveare
calledpseudounipolarneurons.
Reason (R): Theseneuronshaveasingleprocessarisingfromthecellbodythat
dividesintotwobranches,oneofwhichactsasadendriteandtheotherasanaxon.
1)Aistrue,Risfalse.
2)Aisfalse,Ristrue.
3)AandRaretrueandRisthecorrectexplanationofA.
4)AandRaretrueandRisnotthecorrectexplanationofA.
57. Muscleswhichregulatethediameterofpupilare
1)Ectodermalstriatedmuscles
2)Mesodermalstriatedmuscles
3)Ectodermalsmoothmuscles
4)Mesodermalsmoothmuscles
58. Inthebrainofvertebrates,dendritesandunmyelinatedaxonsoccurin
1)Greymatter
2)Whitematter
3)Ganglia
4)Nuclei
59. Studythefollowing.
WBC
Nucleus
SpecificGranules
I)Acidophils
Bilobed
Stainwitheosin
II)Lymphocytes
Reniform
Absent
III)Neutrophils
25lobed
Largeinsize
IV)Basophils
Irregularlylobed
Stainwithbasicdyes
Whichoftheabovearetrue?
1)OnlyIV
2)OnlyIandIV
3)OnlyI,IIandIV 4) OnlyI,IIIand
IV
60. Assertion(A):BiconcaveshapeofmammalianRBCfacilitateseffectivegasexchange.
Reason(R):Biconcaveshapeprovidesalargesurfaceareatovolumeratio.
1)AandRaretrueandRisthecorrectexplanationofA.
2)AandRaretrueandRisnotthecorrectexplanationofA.
3)Aistrue,Risfalse.
4)Aisfalse,Ristrue.
61. ThefollowingareassociatedwithnervefibresinPNS
A)Axolemma
B)Neurilemma
C)Endonerium
D)Myelinsheath
E)Axoplasm
Thecorrectsequenceoftheaboveis
1)E,A,D,B,C
2)E,A,B,D,C
3)E,A,D,C,B
4)E,A,C,
B,D

62. Thefollowingareseeninaskeletalmuscle
A)Perimysium
B)Endomysium
C)Epimysium
D)Musclefibre
E)Fasciculus
F)Muscle
Correctsequencefrominsidetooutsideis
1)D,E,B,A,F,C
2)D,B,E,A,F,C 3)D,B,E,F,A,C
4)D,B,E,
F,C,A
63. Considerthefollowingstatementsregardingnervoussystem.
I)IntheCNS,asingleoligodendrocytemyelinatesseveralnervefibres
II)InthePNS,severalSchwanncellsmyelinateonenervefibre
III)InthePNS,astrocytesbindneuronsandcapillaries
IV)IntheCNS,supportingcellsarenonconductingcells
Whichoftheabovestatementsaretrue?
1)OnlyI,IIIandIV
2)OnlyI,IIandIV 3)OnlyI,IIandIII4)Allaretrue
64. The cells ectodermal in origin is
1) Iris muscles, Ependyma, Blood-Brain barriers
2) Iris muscles, Ependyma, Microglial cells, Blood Brain barrier
3) Iris muscles, Blubber, Oligodendrocytes
4) Iris muscles, Visceral peritoneum, Schwann cells, Ependyma
65. When bones are broken, these cells get activated for the deposition of mineral.
1) Osteoclasts
2) Osteoblasts
3) Schwann cells
4) Osteocytes

66. Irregular lobes in nucleus, irregular gramules in cytoplasm are found in the
WBC
1) which are highest among WBC
2) produce antibodies
3) which can transform into mast cells
4) which engulf antigen and antibody
complexes
67. Columns of bone called trabeculae with irregular inter spaces filled with red
bone marrow occurs in
1) epiphyses of humerus
2) diaphyses of long bones
3) epiphyses and diaphyses of long bones 4) metaphyses and diaphyses
68. Muscles that contract quickly and undergoes fatigue quickly are
1) striated, involuntary
2) involuntary
3) striated, voluntary
4) involuntary & unstariated
69.

Neuroglia cells in peripheral nervous system


1. Are longest cells of the body
2. Are derived from endoderm
3. Are phagocytic
4. Form neurilemma

70. The cells that provide support & regulate the exchange of materials between
cytons and interstitial fluid in the peripheral nervous system
1) Pericytes 2) Satellite cells
3) Schwann cells
4) Microglia
71.
The junctions of the blood capillaries supplying the central nervous system
and neurons are maintained by

1) Satellite cells
2) Microglia 3) Oligodendrocytes
4) Astrocytes
72. Read the following statements and select the correct pair among them
I) Interruptions of myelin sheath on myelenated axon are called internodes
II) Internode contains of one Schwann cell
III) Myelin sheath contains cytoplasm & nucleus
IV) Ependymal cells facilitate the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid
a) I & II
b) II & III
c) III & IV
d) II & IV
73. The tissue which acts as a homeostatic reservoir of calcium, magnecium,
phosphorus etc is
1) Cartilage
2) Bone
3) Blood and cartilage
4) connective tissue proper
74. Match the following and choose the correct combination.
List - I
List - II
A. Polycythemia
I. Fall in RBC count
B. Erythrocytopenia
II. Increase RBC count
C. Leucocytopenia
III. Blood cancer
D. Leucocytosis
IV. Slight increase in WBC count
V. Fall in WBC count
A
B
C
D
1) II
I
V
III
2) II
I
V
IV
3) I
II
V
IV
4) II
I
IV
V
75. Which of the following is true about cancellous bone ?
1) It has dense continuous lamellar matrix
2) It forms the diaphysis of long
bone
3) It has interspaces filled with yellow bone marrow
4) It consists of columns of bone called trabeculae
76. Choose the not correct combination
1) Basophils Supplement the mast cells
2) Platelets Insufficient in dengue fever patient
3) Macrophages Internal scavengers
4) WAT Multilocular adipocytes
77. Study the following
I) A group of cell bodies surrounded by satellite cells in the peripheral nervous
system is ganglion
II) Mononucleated and myogenic cells help in limited regeneration in unstriped
and involuntary muscles

III) Star shaped Astrocytes form interconnected network and bind neurons
and
neuroglial cells
IV) Phagocytic Neuro glial cells that form a part mononuclear phagocytic
system are microglial cells
Which of the above are incorrect
1) I & III
2) II & III
3) III & IV
78.

79.

80.

4) I & IV

Consider the following statements:


I) Groups of nerve fibres in the central nervous system are called
tracts
II) Aggregates of cytons in the central nervous system are called
ganglia
III) Aggregations of cytons in the peripheral nervous system are
called nuclei
Which of the above statements are incorrect?
1) Only I and II
2) Only I
3) Only II and III 4) All are true
Study the following and choose the correct
Skeletal muscle Smooth muscle
Cardiac muscle
A) Sarcoplasm
Uninucleate
Uni or Binucleate
Multinucleate
B) Innervated by Somatic nervous Autonomous nervous
Autonomous nervous
system
system
system
C) Fatigue
Quickly
Slowly
Rhythmically
D) Unique feature
Satellite cells
Spasm
Functional syncytium
1) A & B
2) A, B & C
3) B and D
4) B, C and
D
Tract refers to
1) Aggregation of axons in PNS
2) Aggregation of axons in CNS
3) Aggregation of cytons in CNS
4) Aggregation of cytons in PNS