Structural Organisation in Animals

STRUCTURAL ORGANISATION IN ANIMALS 1

These MCQs are intended for checking your Biology Chapter STRUCTURAL ORGANISATION IN ANIMALS ,  knowledge.

Which of the following type of connective tissue is present at the tip of human nose?

Identify following figures of A, B and C simple epithelium tissue

Lining of body cavities, ducts and tubes are made up of

The function of the gap junction is to
25. Which of the following tissues performs the function of linking and supporting other tissues of the body?
(a) Epithelial tissue
(b) Muscular tissue
(c) Connective tissue
(d) Nervous tissue
26. Choose the correctly matched pair.
(a) Tendon-Specialised connective tissue
(b) Adipose tissue-Dense connective tissue
(c) Areolar tissue-Loose connective tissue
(d) Cartilage-Loose connective tissue
27. Which of the following cells is/are contained in areolar connective tissue?
(a) mast cells
(b) fibroblasts
(c) macrophages
(d) All of these
28. Fibroblasts, macrophages and mast cells are present in the
(a) epithelium tissue
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(b) connective tissue
(c) skeletal muscle tissue
(d) smooth muscle tissue
29. Examples of specialized connective tissue is/are
(a) bone
(b) cartilage
(c) blood
(d) All of these
30. Adipose tissue is a type of
(a) loose connective tissue
(b) dense connective tissue
(c) specialized connective tissue
(d) None of the above
31. Adipose tissue performs which of the following function?
(a) Producing fat
(b) Dissolving fat
(c) Storing fat
(d) All of these
32. Cells of areolar tissues that produce or secrete fibres are called
(a) fibroblast
(b) mast cells
(c) macrophages
(d) adipocytes
33. Tendons help in connecting
(a) muscles to bones (b) bone to bone
(c) bone to cartilage (d) cartilage to muscle
34. Which of the following type of connective tissue is present at the tip of human nose?
(a) Cartilage
(b) Bone
(C) Adipose tissue
(d) None of these

Adipose tissue is a type of

Adipose tissue is a type of
(a) loose connective tissue
(b) dense connective tissue
(c) specialized connective tissue
(d) None of the above

Each muscle is made up of long, cylindrical fibres arranged in parallel arrays. These fibres are composed
of numerous fine fibrils called

Ductless glands in human beings produce

Bone marrow of long bones are the sites of

Goblet cells of alimentary canal are a type of

Identify A, B and C in given figures and choose the correct combination of options.

Which one of the following statements is associated with epithelium?

Fibroblasts, macrophages and mast cells are present in the

The cavities of alveoli of human lungs are lined by

In a tissue, the structure of cells varies according to their

Ductless glands in human beings produce

Choose the correctly matched pair.

Goblet cells of alimentary canal are a type of

...... fibres, shorten themselves in response to the stimulation and then they lengthen themselves and return to their
uncontracted state in a coordinated manner. Fill in the blank with a suitable option

In the given diagram of TS of cartilage, identify A and B

In human body, neuroglia cells occur in the

Fill up the blanks by option for the correct combination of A to E.
I. Endocrine glands secrete ...A....
II. The columnar epithelium is composed of single layer of...B... and...C... cells.
III. ...D...covers dry surfaces of the skin.
IV. ...E... performs the function of connecting cells to keep neighbouring cells together.

Fill up the blanks A to E with correct combination.
I. Osteocytes are present in spaces called ...A...
II. ...B... and...C... give strength to bones.
III. Most of...D... in vertebrates embryos are replaced by ...E... in adults.

Which of the following tissues provide a covering layer or a lining for some of the body parts?

The endothelium of blood vessels is made up of simple

On the basis of structures and functions animal tissues are classified into

In humans, compound squamous epithelium is found in

Neuroglial cells ...... and ...... the neurons.
Fill the blanks with the correct combination given below

Cells which help in the formation of bones are called

Identify A, B, and C in the given diagram of adipose tissue.

Tendons help in connecting

Tissue is

Which of the following cells do not form a layer and remain structurally separate?

Vagina, oesophagus and urethra contain which of the following type of tissues?

Matrix secreting cells of cartilage are known as

Which of the following are the examples of saccular glands?

Which of the following is a transparent tissue?

Fill up the blanks by choosing correct combination of A, B, C and D.
I. The...A... is made up of a single thin layer of flattened cells with irregular boundaries.
II. ...B...glands secrete digestive enzyme.
III. ...C... provides protection against chemical and mechanical stresses.
IV. Cell junctions are found in ...D...

Categorisation of secretory glands can be done on the basis of

Which of the following statements is incorrect with reference to the columnar epithelium?

Tendon is an example of which of the following connective tissue?

Which of the following statements is incorrect about squamous epithelium?

Bones are made up of

Examples of specialized connective tissue is/are

Which of the following is not a function of epithelium?

Which of the following cells is/are contained in areolar connective tissue?

Identify A to C in the given diagram of areolar tissue

Examine the following figures, identify A, B and C and choose the correct option

Which of the following tissues performs the function of linking and supporting other tissues of the body?

Cells of areolar tissues that produce or secrete fibres are called

Choose the correctly matched pair.

Adipose tissue performs which of the following function?

Smooth muscles are

The tissue, which forms the glands in humans is

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