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DEP_WORKSHEET-1_ZOOLOGY
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Date: 20.04.16
DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION
Types of teeth in human are
1) Homodont, Acrodont, Diphyodont
2) Heterodont, Thecodont, Monophyodont
3) Thecodont, Heterodont, Diphyodont
4) Diphyodont, Heterodont, Acrodont
Which of the following sphincter controls the passage of food into the stomach
1) Upper oesophageal sphincter
2)Gastro - oesophageal sphincter
3) Pyloric sphincter
4) Oesophageal sphincter
Enamel part of tooth is secreted by
1) Odontoblast, mesodermal
2)Ameloblast, mesodermal
3) Odontoblast, ectodermal
4) Ameloblast, ecotodermal
Oblique muscle layer is present in
1) Stomach
2) Duodenum
3) Colon
4) All of these
Tonsils are enlargements of
1) Lymphoid tissue
2) Adenoid tissue
3) Larynx
4) Sub-lingual gland
Narrow extensions of the pulp cavity are called
1) root canals
2) apical foramina
3) canaliculi
4) trabiculae
Dental formula of adult human is
3 1 3 1
2 1 3 3
2 1 2 3
3 1 3 3
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3 1 2 1
2 1 2 3
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Entry of food into trachea is prevented by
1) epiglottis
2) bicuspid valve
3) sphincter of Oddi 4) epimysium
Which of the following is divided into ascending part, transverse part and descending parts
1) Ileum
2) Colon
3) Rectum
4) Caecum
Opening of stomach into small intestine is guarded by
1) Cardiac sphincter
2) Anterior oesophageal sphincter
3) Pyloric sphincter
4) Sphincter of Oddi
Regurgitation of food into the oesophagus from stomach is prevented by
1) pyloric sphincter
2) anterior oesophageal sphincter
3) gastro-oesophageal sphincter
4) sphincter of Oddi
Freely movable tongue is attached to oral cavity
1) chordate tendineae 2) tendons
3) frenulum
4) papillae
Wisdom teeth are
1) last molars
2) last premolars
3) incisors
4) canines
Villi are present in the
1) large intestine
2) small intestine
3) colon
4) stomach
Crown of teeth is covered by
1) dentine
2) enamel
3) both 1 and 2
4) none of these
In Colon, constrictions of its wall form a series of small pockets called
1) haustra
2) crypts of Lieberkuhn
3) zymogen cells
4) taenia coli
Pulp cavity of teeth is lined by
1) Odontoblasts
2) chondroblasts
3) Osteoblasts
4) Amyloblasts
Vermiform appendix is formed of
1) haemopoietic tissue 2) digestive tissue
3) lymphoid tissue
4) all of these
The largest salivary glands of man are located
1) below tongue
2) below pinnae
3) beneath tongue
4) at the angles of jaw
Opening of bile duct into the pancreatic duct is surrounded by
1) ampulla of vater
2) sphincter of Boyden
3) sphincter of Oddi 4) cardiac sphincter
Two lobes of the liver are separated by a fold of mesentery called
1) falciform ligament 2) hepatic ligament 3) caudate ligament 4) quadrate ligament
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The duct of gall bladder is
1) bile duct
2) pancreatic duct
3) cystic duct
4) portal duct
Which of the following function is related to the largest gland in the human body
1) filtration of urea
2) secretion of urea 3) secretion of bile 4) storage of urea
Inflammation of which of the following glands lead to mumps
1) adenoids
2) parotid glands
3) sublingual glands 4) infraorbital glands
Salivary glands absent in man but present in other mammals like rabbit
1) parotid glands
2) submaxillary glands
3) sublingual glands 4) infraorbital glands
The large pancreatic duct that joins the hepatic duct is
1) Ampulla of vater
2) duct of Santorini 3) ductus choledocus 4) Stenson’s duct
The cells of liver that protect the liver from micro organisms are
1) hepatic cells
2) acinar cells
3) kupffer cells
4) mucus cells
Secretions of which of the following glands contain lysozyme
1) salivary glands
2) cardiac glands
3) Fundic glands
4) pyloric glands
Which of the following functions as both haemopoietic and also erythroclastic organ
1) liver
2) pancreas
3) Payer’s patches
4) adenoids
Digestion of proteins is affected in the stomach if these cells are removed
1) oxyntic cells
2) neck cells
3) goblet cells
4) chief cells
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