Animal Physiology MCQs Part 20

1) The band of fibres which join corpora quadrigemina to cerebellum is calleda) Pons varoliib) Valve of Vieusseusc) Corpus callosumd) Corpus striatum 2) Primary function of myelin sheath around vertebrate axon is toa) Regulate Na – K pumpb) Increase in size of action potentialc) Increase in speed of conduction by preventing leakage of nerve impulsed) …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 19

1) Erythropoietin is aa) Lipidb) Mucopolysaccharidec) Glycoproteind) Nucleoprotein 2) Phagocytic endothelial cells area) Monocytesb) Kupffer’s cellsc) Lymphocytesd) Plasma cells 3) Kupffer’s cells area) Stellate cellsb) Star cellsc) Phagocytic cellsd) All the above 4) The rete mirabile isa) A network of fine blood vesselsb) Branches of arteries reforming arteriesc) A store house of oxygend) All the …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 18

1) Nails, claws, horns and hoofs are derivatives ofa) Bonesb) Connective tissuec) Epidermisd) Cartilage 2) Simple coiled tubular glands are found in thea) Dermis of the skinb) Kidneyc) Liverd) Spleen 3) The layer of actively dividing cells in the skin of a frog is termed asa) Stratum compactumb) Stratum Spongiosumc) Stratum malpighid) Stratum corneum 4) …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 17

1) In peritoneal dialysis, the dialysate is introduced into the a) Abdominal cavityb) Urinary bladderc) Thoracic cavityd) Stomach 2) Which of the following is a vital dye?a) Janus green Bb) Methylene bluec) Neutral redd) All of the above 3) Sudan Black B stain is used to staina) Proteinsb) Lipidsc) Nucleic acidd) Polysaccharide 4) The measurement …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 13

1) An immune disease in which the body destroys the ill-functioning thyroid gland is calleda) Cretinismb) Myxoedemac) Simmond’s diseased) Hashimoto disease 2) Cloacal thymus is another name for thea) endostyleb) neutral complexc) bursa Fabriciid) thymus 3) Passive immunity is defined as immunitya) inherited from the parentsb) achieved through vaccinationsc) acquired through first exposure to the …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 16

1) The lungs are damaged bya) Hydrocarbonsb) Silica dust, asbestosc) d) All the above 2) In India, large scale arrangements and steps are being taken to supplement the mineral deficiency ofa) Kb) Fec) Cad) I 3) Excessive consumption of ethanol causes damage toa) the liverb) the kidneysc) the lungsd) the heart 4) A “drunk person” …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 15

1) A slight opacity of the cornea is a) mastitis b) cataract c) nebula d) catarrh 2) Malignant tertian malaria is caused by a) P. vivax b) P. falciparum c) P. ovale d) P. malariae 3) Which of the following disease is not caused by synthesising RNA over RNA? a) TMV b) HIV c) d) …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 14

1) A needle was pricked on the body of a person and it was observed that the blood does not clot, he is suffering froma) antigenemiab) haemophiliac) thalassaemiad) none of the above 2) One of the following is the correct match for disease and causative agent:a) AIDS- Bacillusb) Syphilis-Treponema pallidumc) Malaria- Trypanosomad) Gonorrhoea-Virus 3) “Lockjaw” …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 12

1) The uterine wall is sensitive to one of the following hormones:a) ADHb) Oxytocinc) Epinephrined) Progesterone 2) Ecdysone is secreted by thea) prostatic glandb) corpora allatac) corpora cardiacad) none 3) Cretinism is due to the deficiency of thea) thyroidb) parathyroidc) pituitaryd) pancreas 4) One of the following set is of hypersecretory disorders:a) gigantism and goitreb) …

Animal Physiology MCQs Part 11

1) Astigmatism can be corrected by usinga) Convex lensb) Concave lensc) Cylindrical lensd) Surgery 2) Rhodopsin (visual purple) of the eye will requirea) Guavab) Carrotc) Mangod) Wheat 3) The area of most acute vision in the eye where sharp and bright images are formed is thea) Yellow spotb) Blind spotc) Pupild) Lens 4) Myopia (short-sightedness) …