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ACME Animal Nutrition


Q1. Intrinsic desire for any type of food is called -
(A) Appetite (B) Hunger (C) Both (D) Nutrition

Q2. There is a satiety center for -

(A) Hunger (B) Appetite (C) Thirst (D) All of these

Q3. Hard palate in human is made up of

(A) Maxilla bone (B) Palatine bone (C) Both (D) Premaxilla

Q4. Poisonous glands in snake are modified -

(A) Submaxillary gland (B) Infraorbital gland

(C) Sublingual gland (D) None of these

Q5. Nasopalatine duct

(A) have Jacobson's organ (B) connect oral cavity to nasal passage
(C) present in rabbit (D) All of these

Q6. Duct of Rivinus is related to

(A) Nasoplatine duct (B) Parotid gland
(C) Sublingual gland (D) infraorbital gland

Q7. Least number of lingual papillae present on tongue are

(A) Filliform (B) Fungiform (C) Foliate (D) Vallate

Q8. Taste swallowing epiglottis covers opening of -

(A) Filliform (B) Fungiform (C) Foliate (D) Vallate

Q9. During swallowing epiglottis covers opening of


(A) Trachea (B) Oesophagus (C) Both (A) and (B) (D) Internal nostrils

Q10. Saliva contain enzyme for digestion of

(a) Fat (B) Protein (C) Phospholipids (D) None of these

Q11. Digestion is conversion of

(A) Macromolecules into micromolecules

(B) Non diffusible molecules into diffusible molecule

(C) None absorbable molecule into absorbable molecule
(D) All of these

Q12. Choose incorrect statement -

(A) Hunger center is present on hypothalamus
(B) Satiety center is present on hypothalamus
(C) Vomiting center is present on hypothalamus
(D) None of the above

Q13. Digestion is
(A) Physical process (B) Biochemical process (C) Both (D) None

Q14. Palatine rugaes are most developed in

(A) Tiger (B) Elephant (C) Man (D) Rabbit

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Q15. Increase in temperature supress hunger because
(A) there is no requirement of energy
(B) metabalic rate increases which produce excess energy
(C) prevent hunger center to stimulate
(D) All of above

Special Points
Top number (numerator) represents the number of each type of tooth in the upper jaw on one
side of head.
Bottom number (denominator) represents the number of teeth in the lower part of jaw on the
same side.
Sea horse, pipe fishes and sturgeon are toothless.
Among amphibians toad & sirens are toothless.
Lower jaw of frog is toothless.
Among reptilies turtle and tortoise are toothless
All modern birds are toothless
Among mammals, monotremes, Manis and large whale (Mystacocenti) are toothless
Among human, in an inbreed community of Hyderabad, SIND male are toothless. They are bold
& extremly senstive to heat. They are called Bhudas

Unusual teeth
In elephant & sea cow, upper inciser develops into tusk.
In walrus canine is modified to form tusk.
In wild boar lower canine is modified to form tusk.
In wart hog of Africa canine of both jaws are modified to form tusk
Toothed whale has lost its adult teeth except an upper left which grow and attain nine feet length.
Inciser are absent in both jaws of sloth and upper jaw of ox.
Canine are absent in rodents and lagomorphs having a gap between inciser and premolar called
Types of teeth
Type Characters Example
Acrodont Part bone; not embedded in sockets. Reptiles, except crocodiles
Thecodont Embedded in deep socket of some jaw Mammals, crocodiles
Monophyodont Teeth jaw only once in life i.e., contain Platypus, toothed whale
only one set of teeth
Diphyodont All teeth, except molar, grow twice in life Mammals
i.e., contain two set of teeths [milk
(temporary) & permanent]
Polyphyodont Fallen or wornout teeth can be replaced Most vertebrates
many times throughout life Eg. frog, other than mammal
Heterodont More than one type of teeth Human, mammal
In human 4 types (incisor, canine,
premolar & molar) occur
Isodont All teeth are similar Toothed whale
Pleurodont Teeth fixed by sides to lateral surfaces of Reptiles
jaw ridges
Bunodont Low cusps Humans
Lophodont Transverse ridges Elephant
Solenodont Crescent shape cusps Sheep
Secondont Cusps pointed Carnivores
Dental formula of commonly asked mammals

i c pm m
Man (adult) 2 1 2 3 2123
= 2 = 32
2 1 2 3 2123
Dog 3 1 4 2 3142
= 2 = 42
3 1 4 3 3143
Cat 3 1 3 1 3131
= 2 = 30
3 1 2 1 3121
Rat 1 0 0 3 1003
= 2 = 16
1 0 0 3 1003
Pig / horse 3 1 4 3 3143
= 2 = 44
3 1 4 3 3143
Squirral 1 0 2 3 1023
= 2 = 22
1 0 1 3 1013
Rabbit 2 0 3 3 2033
= 2 = 28
1 0 2 3 1033
Cow 0 0 3 3 0033
= 2 = 32
3 1 3 3 3133
Sheep 0 0 3 3 0033
= 2 = 32
3 1 3 3 3133
Bat 2 1 0 4 2104
= 2 = 32
3 1 0 5 2105
ACME Animal Nutrition
1. In mammals the lower jaw is made up of
(a) Dentary (b) Maxilla (c) Premaxilla (d) Palatine
2. The hardest substance of vertebrate body is
(a) Keratin (b) Enamel (c) Dentine (d) Chondrin
3. On the tongue of rabbit which type of papillae are present but absent in human ?
(a) Circumvallate (b) Circumvallate and foliate
(c) Foliate (d) Fungiform
4. Thermo-regulation in dogs takes place by
(a) Skin (b) Sweat glands (c) Tongue (d) Deposited fat
5. Teeth are
(a) Living structure (b) Dead structure

(c) Partly dead and partly living structure (d) Exact nature is not known
6. Bulk of the tooth in mammals is made up of
(a) Dentine (b) Enamel (c) Pulp cavity (d) Root
7. Diastema is associated with
(a) Presence of certain teeth (b) Absence of certain teeth
(c) Presence of tongue (d) Absence of tongue
8. Taste buds for bitter taste are found on tongue at
(a) Tip (b) On basal surface (c) Posterior part (d) Lateral sides
9. In man the length of alimentary canal is about
(a) 8 feet (b) 16 feet (c) 24 feet (d) 32 feet
10. Crown of teeth is covered by
(a) Dentine (b) Enamel (c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these
11. Tusk of an elephant is an enormously enlarged
(a) Upper canine (b) Lower incisor (c) Upper incisor (d) Lower canine
12. Dental formula is given to show
(a) The structure of molars (b) Number and types of teeth in both jaws
(c) Homodont condition (d) Diphyodont condition

13. Pulp cavity of teeth is lined by

(a) Odontoblast (b) Chondroblast (c) Osteoblast (d) Amyloblast
14. In the wall of alimentary canal which are/ is true sequence from outer to inner ?
(a) Serosa, longitudinal muscle, mucosa, sub mucosa
(b) Mucosa, serosa, long muscle
(c) Serosa, longitudinal muscle, circular, sub-mucosa, mucosa
(d) Serosa, longitudinal muscle, sub-mucosa, mucosa

15. Submucosa is thickest in

(a) Stomach (b) Oesophagus (c) Intestine (d) Rectum
16. The stomach of ruminants is mainly divided into four parts, but in camel which part is missing ?
(a) Abomasum (b) Omasum (c) Recticulum (d) Rumen
17. Longest oesophagus is found in
(a) Swan (b) Crocodile (c) Snake (d) Giraffe
18. Rumen in camel functions as
(a) Cudding organ (b) Water storing organ
(c) (a) and (b) both (d) None of these
19. Pylorus is situated at the junction of
(a) Oesophagus and stomach (b) Stomach and duodenum
(c) Duodenum and ileum (d) Ileum and rectum
20. Both the crown and root of a tooth is covered by a layer of bony hard substance called
(a) Enamel (b) Dentine (c) Bony socket (d) Cementum

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Respiratory System
1. The structure which contracts during inspiration is---
(a) External intercostal muscles
(b) Internal intercostal muscles
(c) Radial muscles
(d) a & c both
2. There is 1500 ml of air in the lungs, it is :
(a) Vital capacity (b) Tidal volume (c) Residual air (d) Supplimentary air
3. The air inspired over & above the normal inspiration:
(a) Inspired reserve volume (b) Expired reserve volume
(c) Vital capacity (d) None
4. The volume of air inspired & expired in normal breathing is called as :

(a) Inspiratory capacity (b) Total capacity
(c) Tidal Volume (d) Residual volume
5. Residual air is mainly found in :
(a) Alveolous (b) Bronchus
(c) Nostril (d) Trachea
6. Hiccup is caused due to :
(a) Uncontrolled contraction in intercostal muscles
(b) Uncontrolled contraction in the diaphragm
(c) Uncontrolled contraction in the stomach
(d) None
7. Total of inspiratory reserve volume, tidal volume & expiratory reserve volume is called as :
(a) Lungs capacity (b) Vital capacity
(c) Tidal capacity (d) None
8. The terminal part which is the site for exchange of gases :
(a) Trachea (b) Air sacs
(c) Trachioles (d) Alveoli
9. 2
& CO 2
in the arterial blood is :

T h e p a r t i a l p r e s s u r e o f O

(a) 100 & 40 mm of Hg (b) 46 & 40 mm of Hg

(c) 60 & 40 mm of Hg (d) 120 & 60 mm of Hg
10. The air which is not participating in the exchange of gases :
(a) Tidal air (b) Vital air
(c) Dead space air (d) Residual air
11. Which is a correct statement :
(a) Respiratory centre is not affected by CO2

(b) Vital capacity in man is double than the expiratory volume

( c ) alveoli in human lungs
T h e r e a r e 1 0

(d) During inspiration the lungs act as suction pump

12. Amount of O2 transported by 100 ml of blood :
(a) 50 ml (b) 20 ml (c) 80 ml (d) 100 ml
13. Amount of O2in oxygented & deoxygenated blood :
(a) 19.6 ml% & 48 ml% (b) 48.2 ml% & 54.8 ml%
(c) 15 ml% & 54 ml% (d) 19.6 ml% & 15.6 ml%
14. The breathing stops momentarily after a deep breath, because :
(a) The thoracic muscles get fatigue
(b) CO2 is decreased in the blood
(c) O2 is decreased in the blood
(d) N2 get dissolved in the blood
15. Percentage of CO2 in the expired air is :
(a) 0.4% (b) 1% (c) 5% (d) 21%

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16. Function of glottis is :
(a) To allow O2 to enter into trachea DPP. No.
(b) Sound production
(c) To allow food to enter into Respiratory
oesophagus System
(d) To prevent entry of food into the trachea.
17. The basic similarity between alveoli of lungs & villi of intestine :
(a) Both are lined by ciliated epithelium
(b) Both are richly supplied with blood & lymph vessels
(c) Both are suitable for absorption of gases
(d) Both provide increased surface for absorption
18. Movement of CO2 and O2 across the alveoli and capillaries takes plase by.
(a) Imbibition (b) Diffusion
(c) Carrier transport (d) Active transport
19. A molecule of Hb combines with how many molecules of O2 :
(a) 1-4 (b) 5-8 (c) 9-12 (d) 13-16
20. Minimum breathing rate in our body is during :
(a) Feeding (b) Playing tennis
(c) Sleeping (d) Speaking
21. In lungs, air ultimately reaches into :
(a) Bronchus (b) Trachea (c) Alveoli (d) Bronehioles

22. Which prevent trachea from collapsing :

(a) Muscles (b) Diaphragm
(c) Ribs (d) Cartilagenous rings
23. Thoracic cage of man is formed of :
(a) Ribs & thoracic vertebrae (b) Ribs, sternum & lumbar vertebrae
(c) Ribs & sternum (d) Ribs, sternum & thoracic vertebrae
ACME Circulatory System
1. The blood returning to the heart from lungs via pulmonary vein has more
(a) RBC per ml of blood (b) Haemoglobin per ml of blood
(c) Oxygen per ml of blood (d) Nutrient per ml of blood

2. Systemic heart refers to

(a) The two ventricles together in humans
(b) The heart that contracts under stimulation from nervous system
(c) Left auricle and left ventricle in higher vertebrates
(d) Entire heart in lower vertebrates

3. In the heart of mammal the bicuspid valve is situated between

(a) Left auricle and left ventricle (b) Post caval and right caval

(c) Right auricle and left auricle (d) Right ventricle and pulmonary aorta

4. Oxygenated blood is carried by

(a) Pulmonary vein (b) Pulmonary artery
(c) Renal vein ` (d) Hepatic portal vein

5. Purkinje's fibres are special types of

(a) Muscle fibres located in heart
(b) Nerve fibres located in cerebrum
(c) Connective tissue fibres joining one bone to another bone
(d) Sensory fibres extending from retina into optic nerve

6. The tricuspid valve is present at the origin of

(a) Carotid arch (b) Pulmonary arch
(c) Truncus arteriosus (d) Systemic arch

7. The atrio-ventricular valves of the heart is prevented from turning inside out by tough strands of

connective tissue called as

(a) Tendinous cords (b) Tricuspid (c) Pocket valve (d) Mitral valve

8. The pericardium and the pericardial fluid help in

(a) Protecting the heart from friction, shocks and keeps it moist
(b) Pumping the blood
(c) Receiving the blood from various parts of the body

(d) None of the above

9. For reaching left side of heart, blood must pass through

(a) Liver (b) Kindneys (c) Lungs (d) Brain

10. Blood leaving lungs is rich in

(a) Oxygen (b) Haemoglobin
(c) Carbon dioxide (d) More number of RBC

11. In rabbit, the opening of post caval in the right auricle is guarded by
(a) Bicuspid valve (b) Tricuspid valve
(c) Eustachian valve (d) Sino-auricular valve

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12. Which one of the statement is correct with reference to the circulation of blood in a mammal ?
(a) Left auricle receives oxygenated blood from the lungs
(b) Pulmonary artery returns oxygenated blood from the lungs to the left auricle
(c) Pulmonary vein carries venous blood from right auricle to lungs
(d) Venous blood is returned to the left auricle

13. Right auricle of mammalian heart receives blood from

(a) Sinus venosus (b) Pulmonary veins (c) Precavals (d) Pre and postcavals

14. Cardiac muscle is composed of

(a) Striated, branched and voluntary muscle fibres
(b) Unstriated (smooth), spindle shaped and voluntary muscle fibres
(c) Unstriated (smooth), spindle shaped and involuntary muscle fibres
(d) Striated, branched and involuntary muscle fibres

15. Which of the following structure is absent in rabbit's heart ?

(a) Left auricle (b) Left ventricle (c) Sinus venosus (d) Pace maker

16. Largest heart is found in

(a) Elephant (b) Giraffe (c) Crocodile (d) Lion

17. Mitral valve in mammals guards the opening between

(a) Stomach and intestine (b) Pulmonary vein and left auricle
(c) Right auricle and right ventricle (d) Left auricle and left ventricle

18. The wall of heart is made up of

(a) Epicardium (b) Myocardium (c) Endocardium (d) All of the above

19. In amphibia, the heart has

(a) Two auricles and two ventricle (b) Two auricles and one ventricle
(c) One auricle and two ventricles (d) One auricle and one ventricle

20. Pulmonary artery drains the deoxygenated blood from

(a) Right atrium (b) Right-ventricle (c) Left atrium (d) Left ventricle

21. Mammals are said to have a "double circulatory system" This means
(a) That the blood vessels are paired
(b) That there are two types of blood vessels attached to every organ: an artery and a vein
(c) That there are two system: one from the heart to the lungs and back to the
heart and other to and from rest of the body
(d) That the blood circulated twice as quickly

22. The heart of a crocodile consists of

(a) A single auricle and two ventricles
(b) Two auricles and a single ventricle
(c) Two auricles and a single ventricle
(d) A single auricle and a single ventricle
ACME Circulatory System
1. The nerve like modified muscle in the right auricle is known as
(a) Lymph node (b) Atrio-ventricular node
(c) Pacemaker (d) Bulbus arteriosus

2. The first heart sound is

(a) Lubb sound at the end of systole (b) Dup sound at the end of systole
(c) Lubb sound at the beginning of systole (d) Dup sound at the beginning of systole

3. The heart of a healthy man beats normally per minute

(a) 60-70 times (b) 70-80 times (c) 80-90 times (d) 85-95 times

4. Nature of valves in the heart is
(a) Membranous (b) Muscular (c) Tendinous (d) Ligamentous

5. Since it is the sinu-auricular node which initiates the impulses in the heart of mammal it is called
(a) Cholinergic (b) Adrenergic (c) Neurogenic (d) Myogenic

6. In man, blood passes from the post caval into the diastolic right atrium of the heart because of
(a) Pushing of venous valves (b) Suction pull
(c) Beating of S.A. node (d) Pressure between post caval and atrium

7. Heart beat can be initiated by

(a) Sinu-auricular node (b) Atrio-ventricular node
(c) Sodium ion (d) Purkinjes fibres

8. The beating of heart of man is heard on the left side because

(a) The left ventricle is towards the left side (b) Both the ventricles are towards the left side
(c) Entire heart is on the left side (d) The aorta is on the left side

9. Pace maker of the heart is situated

(a) In wall of right atrium close to eustachian valve
(b) On intra-auricular septum
(c) On inter-venticular septum
(d) In wall of left atrium close to the opening of pulmonary veins

10. During systole

(a) Auricles and ventricles contract simultaneously
(b) Auricles and ventricles contract separately
(c) Only auricles contract
(d) Only ventricles contract

11. During ventricular diastole

(a) The auricles relax (b) The heart contracts
(c) The heart pumps blood (d) The ventricles relax

12. Which part of the circulatory system serves to supply blood to the heart
(a) Coronary (b) Portal (c) Pulmonary (d) Systemic

13. Heart beats are accelerated by

(a) Cranial nerves and acetylcholine (b) Sympathetic nerves and acetylcholine
(c) Cranial nerves and adrenaline (d) Sympathetic nerves and epinephrine
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14. Which one is the correct route through which pulse making impulse travels in the heart
(a) SA node Purkinje fibres Bundle of His AV node Heart muscles
(b) AV node SA node Purkinje fibres Bundle of His Heart muscles
(c) AV node Bundle of His SA node Purkinje fibres Heart muscles
(d) SA node AV node Bundle of His Purkinje fibres Heart muscles

15. Purkinje fibre is found in

(a) Conduction system of heart (b) Brain
(c) Nephrons of kidneys (d) Sensation of skin

16. Which of the following statements is false ?

(a) Blood from the right side of the heart is carried to the lungs by the pulmonary artery
(b) The term pleura refers the double layered covering of the kidney
(c) Pancreas is both an exocrine and endocrine gland
(d) Scurvy is caused by the deficiency of vitamin C

17. The pace-setter in the heart is called

(a) Purkinje fibres (b) Sino-atrial node (SAN)
(c) Papillary muscle (d) Atrio-ventricular node (AVN)
ACME Animal classification
1. Most important character of all sponges:
(a) Coelenteron (b) Herbivorous nutrition
(c) Choanocytes (d) Only sexual reproduction
2. Collar cells are characteristic of:
(a) Acornworms (b) Earthworms (c) Roundworms (d) Sponges
3. Which of the following are multicellular grade organisms?
(a) Sponges (b) Coelenterates (c) Prokaryotes (d) Vertebrates
4. Cells which create water current and ingest food in Leucosolenia and other sponges:
(a) Trophocytes (b) Pinacocytes (c) Porocytes (d) Choanocytes
5. The spongocoel of the sponge is lined with:

(a) porocytes (b) choanocytes (c) amoebocytes (d) spicules
6. The precious marriage gift in Japan is:
(a) Spongilla (b) Hyalonema (c) Leucosolenia (d) Euplectella
7. Venus Flower Basket is the name of:
(a) Leucosolenia (b) Euplectella (c) Sycon (d) Euspongia
8. What is left after a bath sponge disintegrates and dries:
(a) Silk fibres (b) Muscle fibres (c) Spongin fibres (d) Nerve fibres
9. A sponge harmful to oyster industry is:
(a) Cliona (b) Euspongia (c) Hyalonema (d) Spongilla
10. Totipotent cells of sponges are:
(a) Chromocytes (b) Myocytes (c) Thesocytes (d) Archaeocytes
11. Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
(a) Amoebocytes Transport food to nonfeeding cells
(b) Collar cells Movement of water and filtering food

(c) Osculum Control of water entry

(d) Spicules Skeletal supporting element
12. In Leucosolenia, digestion takes place in:
(a) Paragastric cavity (b) Stomach (c) Food vacuoles (d) Osculum
13. Reproductive cells in sponges probably form from:
(a) Archaeocytes (b) Pinacocytes (c) Myocytes (d) Scleroblasts

14. Formation of canal system in sponges is due to:

(a) Porous walls (b) Gastro-vascular system
(c) Folding of inner walls (d) Reproduction
15. Leucon type of canal system is found in:
(a) Sycon (b) Euplectella (c) Spongilla (d) Leucosolenia
16. Which of the following cell of Leucosolenia sponge is self replicating and capable of giving rise to
all other types of cells?
(a) amoebocyte (b) chromocyte (c) choanocyte (d) collencyte
17. Sycon belongs to a group of animals, which are best described as:
(a) unicellular or acellular
(b) multicellular with a gastrovascular system
(c) multicellular without any tissue organization
(d) multicellular having tissue organization, but no body cavity

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Chemical coordination in animals
1. Master gland of our body is:
(a) Liver (b) Pituitary (c) Adrenal (d) Sex organ

2. The secretion of growth hormone is increased by:

(a) hyperglycemia (b) free fatty acids (c) exercise (d) somatostatin

3. Hyposecretion of growth hormone in adult stage causes:

(a) Dwarfism (b) Gigantism
(c) Simmonds disease (d) Cushings syndrome

4. Acromegaly is due to the hypersecretion of:

(a) Insulin (b) Thyroxine (c) Prolactin (d) Growth hormone

5. MSH is secreted by:
(a) Pars intermedia (b) Pars tuberalis (c) Pars distalis (d) Pars nervosa

6. Acromegaly is a disease caused by:

(a) over secretion of growth hormone in adulthood
(b) over secretion of growth hormone in childhood
(c) under secretion of growth hormone in adulthood
(d) under secretion of growth hormone in childhood

7. If pituitary is surgically removed, blood level of sodium falls and that of potassium rises because of:
(a) atrophy of adrenal cortex
(b) atrophy of adrenal medulla
(c) fact that LTH from pituitary is no longer available
(d) fact that oxytocin from pituitary is no longer available

8. Hormone related with birth and helps in the contraction of uterus is:

(a) relaxin (b) estrogen (c) oxytocin (d) progesterone

9. Growth hormone of pituitary is more effective in:

(a) presence of thyroxine (b) absence of thyroxine
(c) absence of insulin (d) presence of adrenaline

10. ACTH is secreted by:


(a) Adrenal medulla (b) Pituitary (c) Thyroid (d) Adrenal cortex

11. Median eminence is a part of:

(a) Neurohypophysis (b) Pars intermedia (c) Adenohypophysis (d) Pars distalis

12. Anterior lobe of pituitary secretes:

(a) ACTH, TSH and Oxytocin (b) STH, GH and ADH
(c) TSH, ADH and Prolactin (d) FSH, GH and LH

13. Deficiency of ADH causes:

(a) oliguria (b) diabetes mellitus (c) acromegaly (d) diabetes insipidus

14. Vasopressin performs:

(a) Muscle contraction (b) Increase blood pressure
(c) Decrease blood pressure (d) None of the above

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ACME Animal classification
1. Coelenterates differ from other animals in having:
(A) Skeleton (B) Polymorphism (C) Nematocysts (D) Bilateral symmetry
2. What is the characteristic feature of Coelenterata?
(A) Marine habitat (B) Tentacles around the mouth
(C) Gastrovascular cavity (D) None of these
3. Portuguese man-of-war is:
(A) Obelia (B) Aurelia (C) Platypus (D) Physalia
4. The scientific name of red coral moonga is:
(A) Fungia (B) Tubipora musica (C) Renilla (D) Corallium rubrum
5. In coelenterates, the characteristic larva is:

(A) Oncosphere (B) Cysticercus (C) Planula (D) Rhabditiform
6. A coral island with a central shallow lake is known as:
(A) Lagoon (B) Atoll (C) Coral reef (D) All of these
7. Hydra is.
(A) Freshwater, diploblastic and radially symmetrical
(B) Marine, diploblastic and radially symmetrical
(C) Freshwater, triploblastic and radially symmetrical
(D) Marine, triploblastic and bilateral
8. An association mutually beneficial to both partners is represented by:
(A) Hydra and waterfleas (B) Zoochlorellae and Hydra
(C) Earthworm and farmer (D) Honeybee and man
9. The nitrogenous metabolic waste in Hydra is mostly:
(A) Ammonia and is removed from whole surface of body
(B) Urea and is removed from whole surface of body
(C) Urea and is removed mainly by tentacles

(D) Uric acid and is removed from whole surface of body

10. Which of the following is correct about nematocyst?
(A) It can be reused
(B) Its ejection is conditioned reflex
(C) It is ejected on contact and pierces the prey
(D) Due to which other Hydra does not come in contact with it

11. Hydrozoa is distinguished from other coelenterates by:

(A) noncellular mesogloea
(B) interstitial cells
(C) development of gonads from ectoderm
(D) absence of gonoducts
12. The mouth of a Hydra is opened by the chemical influence of:
(A) Glucagon (B) Glutamic acid (C) Glutathione (D) Guanine
13 Which of the following is not a coral reef ?
(A) Atoll (B) Lagoon (C) Fringing reef (D) Barrier reef
14. The members of which of the following phyla possess specialized stinging cells having poison
filled barbed I threads:
(A) Porifera (B) Rotifera (C) Coelenterata (D) Protozoa
15. Which of the following is not found in Hydra?
(A) Cnidocyte (B) Nerve cell (C) Choanocyte (D) Epitheiio-muscular cell

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1. DP Life-saving hormones are secreted by:
(a) Adrenals (b) Pituitary (c) Thyroid (d) Pineal

2. Norepinephrine functions as both hormone and:

(a) fuel for cellular respiration (b) neurotransmitter
(c) ions to promote action potential (d) solutes to promote osmotic flow

3. Adrenaline causes:
(a) Hypoglycemia (b) Hyperglycemia (c) Diabetes insipidus (d) Diabetes mellitus

4. Addisons disease results from:
(a) Hyposecretion of adrenal cortex (b) Hypersecretion of adrenal cortex
(c) Hypertrophy of gonads (d) Hyperactivity of cells of Leydig

5. Destruction of adrenal cortex leads to:

(a) Simmonds disease (b) Cushing syndrome
(c) Graves disease (d) Addisons disease

6. Aldosterone promotes:
(a) Ca+ reabsorption (b) Na+ reabsorption (c) Water reabsorption(d) All of these

7. A patient on examination found suffering from adrenal tumour. He is likely to develop:


(a) Addisons disease (b) Tetany (c) Diabetes mellitus (d) Gynecomastia

8. Aldosterone helps in the:

(a) Conservation of sodium and water and elimination of potassium
(b) Elimination of sodium, potassium and water

(c) Conservation of sodium, potassium and water j

(d) Conservation of potassium and water and elimination of i Sodium

9. A woman started developing male characters. It may be due to:

(a) Damage to posterior pituitary (b) Damage to mammary glands
(c) Over production of estrogens (d) Over production of adrenal androgens

10. Adrenal cortex is controlled in its activity by a hormone of pituitary known as:
(a) ADH (b) ACTH (c) TSH (d) FSH

11. Epinephrine and norepinephrine together known as:

(a) Steroids (b) Pheromones (c) Catecholamines (d) All of these

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ACME Animal classification
1. What is common amongst tapeworm, liver fluke and planarian?
(a) They are all found in gut (b) They are all segmented
(c) They all have flattened body (d) They all have a coelom

2. Flame cells are excretory organs of:

(a) Coelenterates (b) Platyhelminthes (c) Annelida (d) Echinodermata

3. Pick up the correctly matched:

(a) Marsupium Platypus

(b) Blubber Kangaroo
(c) Flame cell Flatworm
(d) Water vascular system Sponge

4. Turbellarians are:
(a) parasitic nematodes (b) free-living flatworms
(c) parasitic trematodes (d) free-living nematodes

5. Regeneration power can best be studied in:

(a) Dugesia/Planaria (b) Amphioxus (c) Earthworm (d) Ascaris

6. Shedding of proglottids in tapeworm is called:


(a) histolysis (b) topolysis (c) apolysis (d) detachment

7. The secondary host of Taenia is:

(a) Dog (b) Man (c) Pig (d) Snail

8. In tapeworm vitelline gland produces:

(a) Shell (b) Ova (c) Mucous cells (d) Yolk cells

9. Bilaterally symmetrical but acoelomate animal is:

(a) Liver fluke (b) Jellyfish (c) Round worm (d) Crab

10. The trematode parasite infecting human lungs with two intermediate hosts in its life cycle is:
(a) Loa loa (b) Schistosoma haematobium
(c) Paragonimus westermani (d) Mycobacterium tuberculosis

11. In which of the animals female lives in male?

(a) Bonellia (b) Schistosoma (c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of the above

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ACME Animal classification
1. Roundworms differ from flatworms in having a:
(A)Pseudocoel (B)Circular muscle layer
(C)Dorsal nerve cord (D)Circulatory system

2. Which one of the following phyla is characterized by the absence of a true coelom?
(A)Annelida (B)Mollusca (C)Nematoda (D)Echinodermata

3. Female Ascaris is identified on the basis of:

(A) A common cloacal aperture
(B) Straight posterior end
(C) Presence of preanal and postanal papillae
(D) Presence of two spicules at posterior end

4. Syncytial (= coenocytic) epidermis is present in:
(A)Housefly (B)Ascaris (C)Pheretima (D)Periplaneta

5. Body cavity of Ascaris is called:

(A)Haemocoel (B)Schizocoel (C)Enterocoel (D)Pseudocoel
6. Ascaris protects itself from effects of digestive enzymes of the host by means of:
(A)Cuticle (B)Antienzymes (C)Both (A)and (b) (D)Mucus

7. Female Ascaris differs from the male in having:

(A)Pineal setae (B)Longer body (C)Curved tail (D)None of these

8. Sexual dimorphism is distinct in Ascaris because of:

(A)Body colour (B)Buccal margins (C)Penial setae (D)None

9. The third and fourth stage larvae of Ascaris develop in one of the following organs of human body:

(A)Liver (B)Heart (C)Lungs (D)Spleen

10. Which one of the following disease is caused by a nematode?

(A)Leprosy (B)Poliomyelitis (C)Amoebiasis (D)Filariasis

11. The sequence of layers of body wall in Ascaris is:

(A) Cuticleepidermislongitudinal muscle layer

(B)Cuticleepidermiscircular muscle layer

(C)Cuticleepidermislongitudinal muscle layercircular muscle layer
(D)Cuticleepidermiscircular muscle layerlongitudinal muscle layer

12. Filarial worm" is technically called:

(A)Echinococcus (B)Fasciola hepatica
(C)Wuchereria bancrofti (D)Ancylostoma duodenale

13. Choose the correct statement with reference of Ascaris:

(A) Hatching of embryos take place in the stomach due to lytic enzyme
(B)Adulthood is reached inside the body of the host in ten days
(C) Development and moulting takes place in the alveoli of lungs
(D)Hatching of embryos takes place within ten hours

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ACME Animal classification
1. Organisms having bilateral symmetry, closed circulatory system and metameric segmentation
belongs to:
(A) Annelida (B) Mollusca (C) Arthropoda (D) Echinodermata

2. Metamerism is characteristic of phylum:

(A) Porifera (B) Platyhelminthes (C) Annelida (D) Mollusca

3. Excretory organ of an annelid:

(A) Green gland (B) Flame cell (C) Organ of Bojanus (D) Nephridium

4. Which of the following is not an annelidan character?

(A) Triploblastic body (B) Enterocoel (C) Metamerism (D) Bilateral symmetry

5. Tube within a tube plan exists in:
(A) Earthworm (B) Frog (C) Scorpion (D) Unio

6. Earthworm is kept in 40% KOH for long. The structure left intact is:
(A) Setae (B) Sand particles
(C) Spermathecae (D) Circular muscles
7. Circulatory system of earthworm is very well developed and consists of:
(A) Closed blood vessels without walls
(B) Closed blood vessels with definite walls
(C) Open blood vessels without walls
(D) Open blood vessels with definite walls

8. Which one of the following characterises Heteronereis stage of Nereis?

(A) Quite inactive sexual stage
(B) Very active asexual stage

(C) Sexual stage with epitoke which is very active

(D) Asexual stage with epitoke which is very active

9. Leech is:
(A) Vector (B) Free-living (C) Parasite (D) All of these

10. Botryoidal tissue is found in:


(A) Hirudinaria (B) Earthworm (C) Rabbit (D) Ascaris

11. Phylum Annelida resembles mollusca in embryonic features because both have:
(A) spiral cleavage and mesoderm formation
(B) meroblastic cleavage and ectoderm formation
(C) identical conspicuous segmentation in body muscles and nervous system
(D) special type of mouthparts

12. In evolution,........evolved first time in annelids:

(A) true coelom (B) cephalization (C) bilateral symmetry (D) triploblastic nature

13. Which is not correctly matched?

(A) Annelida Enterocoelomata
(B) Arthropoda Schizocoelomata
(C) Platyhelminthes Acoelomate
(D) Nemathelminthes Pseudocoelomata

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ACME Animal classification
1. The phylum Arthropoda is characterized by:
(A) Absence of appendages (B) Presence of flame cells
(C) Jointed appendages (D) Unjointed appendages

2. What is common among scorpion, crab, honeybee and silver fish?

(A) Poison glands (B) Jointed legs
(C) Metamorphosis (D) Compound eyes

3. Two pairs of antennae are found in:

(A) Crustacea (B) Insecta (C) Arachnida (D) Onychophora

4. The insect which lays eggs in water is:
(A) Fruitfly (B) Dragonfly (C) Blowfly (D) Butterfly

5. Insects have blood which:

(A) Resembles human blood in colour (B) Circulates through arteries and veins
(C) Circulates through open system (D) Has haemoglobin in the cells
6. Insects excrete nitrogen as:
(A) Uric acid (B) Guanine (C) Urea (D) Ammonia

7. Biggest phylum with reference to number of species is:

(A) Insecta (B) Arthropoda (C) Chordata (D) Platyhelminthes

8. Which of the following sets of animals shows a close taxonomic relationship?


(A) Jellyfish, Cuttlefish, Catfish (B) Honeybee, Crayfish, Spider

(C) Alligator, Nautilus, Turtle (D) Kangaroo, Octopus, Salamander

9. Which one is a tracheate group?

(A) Spider Peripatus Mosquito
(B) Crab Centipede Cockroach
(C) Silkworm Bedbug Sandfly

(D) Housefly Kingcrab Scorpion

10. Two common Indian cockroaches are:

(A) Periplaneta americana and Blatta indica
(B) Periplaneta orientalis and Blatta americana
(C) Periplaneta americana and Blatta orientalis
(D) Periplaneta indica and Blatta orientalis

11. Hormone produced by corpora allata in insects is:

(A) Growth hormone (B) Juvenile hormone (C) Inhibiting hormone(D) Moulting hormone

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ACME Animal classification
1. Metamorphosis in insects is regulated by:
(A) Salivary glands (B) Haemolymph (C) Malpighian tubules (D) Ecdysone
2. Compound eyes of arthropods form apposition image in:
(A) Dim light (B) Bright light (C) Both of these (D) None of these
3. Haemocoel is found in:
(A) Hydra and Aurelia (B) Taenia and Ascaris
(C) Cockroach and Pila (D) Herdmania and Balanoglossus
4. Which of the following is not true?
(A) Echinodermata starfish, seastar and Neometra
(B) Arthropoda silverfish, cuttlefish and jellyfish
(C) Mollusca Pila, Natica and Doris

(D) Annelida Chaetopterus, Aphrodite and Nereis
5. Jointed appendages are characteristic of the phylum:
(A) Mollusca (B) Annelida (C) Echinodermata (D) Arthropoda
6. In Arthropoda, head and thorax are often fused to form cephalothorax, but in which one of the follow-
ing classes, is the body divided into head, thorax and abdomen?
(A) Insecta (B) Crustacea (C) Myriapoda (D) Arachnida and Crustacea
7. Housefly differs from mosquito in having:
(A) only 3 pairs of jointed legs
(B) compound eyes
(C) head and thorax fused to form a cephalothorax
(D) all legs resting upon surface while sitting
8. Housefly feeds on sugar by:
(A) sucking sugar crystals through pseudotracheae
(B) dissolving sugar crystals by saliva and sucking the solution
(C) crushing sugar crystals with mandibles before sucking it

(D) crushing sugar crystals with its legs and then transferring it to pseudotracheae
9. Mouthparts of housefly are of:
(A) Sponging and sucking type (B) Lapping and chewing type
(C) Siphoning type (D) Piercing type
10. Maggot of houseflies refers to:
(A) egg (B) pupa (C) cocoon (D) larva
11. Complete metamorphosis occurs in:

(A) Grasshopper (B) Moths and mosquitoes

(C) Bed bug (D) Silverfish
12. How many of these diseases, viz., Trachoma, Pneumonia, Dengue, Cholera, Malaria, Yellow fever
and Elephantiasis, are transmitted by mosquitoes?
(A) Two (B) Six (C) Three (D) Four
13. If you have to find without dissecting a mosquito whether it could contain human blood in its gut, what
external body part of mosquito can provide a clue for it?
(A) Antennae (B) Forelegs (C) Hindlegs (D) Halteres
14. What is common between a moth, a frog and a mosquito?
(A) The life-history is carried out in water
(B) The skin acts as the main respiratory organ
(C) Their larvae feed on a food different from that of the adult
(D) The body is clearly differentiated into head, thorax and abdomen

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ACME Animal classification
1. Johnstons organ is found in:
(A) Spiders (B) Antennae of mosquitoes
(C) Head of cockroach (D) Abdomen of houseflies

2. Which type of mouthparts occur in mosquitoes?

(A) Piercing and sucking (B) Biting and chewing
(C) Chewing and lapping (D) Siphoning

3. Respiratory siphon is found in:

(A) Larva of housefly (B) Larva of Culex
(C) Larva of Anopheles (D) Nymph of cockroach

4. Dengue fever is spread by the following mosquito:
(A) Culex (B) Aedes (C) Anopheles (D) Mansonia

5. At level of individuals, which of these is an example of division of labour?

(A) Variously adapted legs of honeybee (B) Polymorphic forms of a termite colony
(C) Different kinds of receptors (D) Different parts of our brain
6. Which of the following insects is the vector for bubonic plague?
(A) Cimex (B) Pediculus (C) Xenopsylla (D) Phlebotomus

7. A queen honeybee lays eggs of:

(A) one type from which all castes develop
(B) two types, one forming queen and workers and second forming drones
(C) three types forming queen, drone and workers
(D) unfertilized eggs die while fertilized ones form all castes

8. If a honeybee is performing round dance, it is conveying the information of food source from the hive
at a distance of about:
(A) 50 metres (B) 100 metres (C) 1000 metres (D) 2000 metres

9. In silkworm, silk is the product of:

(A) Salivary gland of the larvae (B) Cuticle of the adult

(C) Cuticle of the larva (D) Salivary gland of the adult

10. Lac is produced:

(A) by the male insect only
(B) by the female insect only
(C) more by the female than by the male insect
(D) more by the male than by the female insect

11. Which one of the following is a matching pair of an animal and a certain phenomenon it exhibits?
(A) Chameleon Mimicry
(B) Taenia Polymorphism
(C) Pheretima Sexual dimorphism
(D) Musca Complete metamorphosis

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ACME Animal classification
1. Which of the following is derived from Latin word?
(A) Porifera (B) Annelida (C) Mollusca (D) All of the above

2. Study of molluscan shells is:

(A) Mastology (B) Malacology (C) Conchology (D) Entomology

3. Organ of Bojanus are:

(A) Respiratory organs of starfish (B) Chemoreceptors of Peripatus
(C) Excretory organs of Unio (D) Endocrine organs of insects

4. Chemoreceptor in Pila is:

(A) Osphradium (B) Radula (C) Spiracle (D) Ctenidium

5. Most primitive among following mollusc is:
(A) Nautilus (B) Neopilina (C) Chiton (D) Patella

6. Neopilina is a connecting link between:

(A) Arthropoda and Mollusca (B) Annelida and Mollusca
(C) Mollusca and Echinodermata (D) Mollusca and Helminthes
7. Which of the following sequences is correct?
(A) MolluscaPila, Dentalium, Octopus
(B) EchinodermataStarfish, Petromyzon, Solen
(C) PoriferaSpongilla, Teredo, Leucosolenia
(D) ArthropodaPinworm, Ascaris, Cockroach

8. Pearl producing Indian species is:

(A) Pinctada indica (B) Pinctada vulgaris (C) Ostrea indica (D) Ostrea vulgaris

9. Amoeboid sperms are not found in:

(A) Pila (B) Unio (C) Ascaris (D) Both (A) and (B)

10. Pearl is secreted by:

(A) prismatic layer (B) connective tissue of mantle
(C) columnar epithelial cell of mantle (D) ciliated epithelial cells of mantle

11. The molluscan which is dioecious with a single gonad and trochophore larva in its life history is:
(A) Octopus (B) Sepia (C) Dentalium (D) Loligo

12. Veliger is the larval stage in:

(A) Annelids (B) Molluscs (C) Arthropods(D) Echinoderms

13. Members of which of the following phyla exhibit adaptations so widely varied environmental condi-
(A) Coelenterata (B) Porifera (C) Echinodermata (D) Mollusca

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ACME Animal classification
1. The name Echinodermata was coined by:
(A) Leuckart (B) Robert Grant (C) Goldfuss (D) Jacob Klein

2. Which of the following animal groups has radially symmetrical adult but bilaterally symmetrical larva?
(A) Echinodermata (B) Mollusca (C) Cnidaria (D) Annelida

3. Echinoderms show following characteristics:

(A) Spiny skin, radial symmetry (B) Smooth skin, radial symmetry
(C) Spiny skin, bilateral symmetry (D) Spiny skin, asymmetry

4. Madreporite is a structure characteristic ot some members of:

(A) Eleutherozoa (B) Anthozoa (C) Polyzoa (D) Madreporaria

5. The main function of ambulacral system in echinoderm is:
(A) Defence (B) Circulation (C) Food collection (D) Locomotion

6. Tube feet are characteristic structures of:

(A) Starfish (B) Cuttlefish (C) Crayfish (D) Jellyfish
7. How many tube feet a starfish possesses?
(A) One pair (B) Five pairs (C) Ten pairs (D) Many pairs

8. Aristotles lantern occurs in:

(A) Sea urchin (B) Asterias (C) Sea anemone (D) Ophiothrix

9. Larval stages of Holothurians:

(A) Ophiopluteus (B) Bipinnaria (C) Auricularia (D) Pluteus

10. Echinoderms are heartless, brainless, headless, yet from evolutionary point of view, they have been

placed on the top of the invertebrate phyla because of:

(A) power of reproduction (B) power of regeneration
(C) presence of enterocoel (D) exclusively marine habitat

11. Boxlike calcareous test is found in:

(A) sea lily (B) sea star (C) sand dollar (D) sea cucumber

12. An animal having unsegmented coelomated and radially symmetrical body with distinct oral and

aboral surfaces is a member of:

(A) Porifera (B) Mollusca (C) Echinodermata (D) Arthropoda

13. In which of the following water vascular system is present?

(A) Porifera only (B) Echinodermata only .
(C) Both Porifera and Echinodermata (D) None of them

14. In which class of Echinodermata stalk is found for attachment with substratum?
(A) Crinoidea (B) Echinoidea (C) Asteroidea (D) Holothuroidea

15. Echinoderms are considered to be the most evolved invertebrates because they:
(A) are schizocoelic
(B) are enterocoelic
(C) have a great power of regeneration
(D) show resemblance with chordates in their embryonic development

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ACME DPP. No. 18
Chemical coordination in animals
1. Calcitonin hormone is secreted by:
(A) thyroid (B) parathyroid
(C) ultimobranchial glands (D) both (a) and (c)

2. When subjected to thyroidectomy a tadpole of frog will:

(A) grow into giant frog (B) remain tadpole throughout life
(C) turn into a dwarf frog (D) die immediately

3. Regulator of basal metabolic rate in body cells is:

(A) Pituitary (B) Thyroid (C) Parathyroid (D) Heart

4. Hypothyroidism in childhood leads to:

(A) Cretinism (B) Addisons disease (C) Sterility (D) Myxoedema

5. Which endocrine gland stores its secretion in the extracellular space before discharging it into the
(A) Thyroid (B) Adrenal (C) Pancreas (D) Testis

6. Which of the following statements is correct?

(A) Secretion of thyroid gland is directly proportional to the blood level of thyroxine
(B) Thyroid gland is ectodermal in origin
(C) Parafollicular cells of thyroid secrete thyroxine
(D) Lower temperature, high altitude and pregnancy, all stimulate secretion of thyroxine

7. Table salt is often iodised for certain areas to prevent:

(A) Scurvy (B) Goitre (C) Acromegaly (D) Rickets

8. Exophthalmic goitre is due to:

(A) Hyposecretion of thyroxine (B) Hypersecretion of thyroxine

(C) Hypersecretion of thyrocalcitonin (D) Hyposecretion of thyrocalcitonin

9. Osteoporosis is caused by:

(A) K deficiency (B) Ca deficiency
(C) Hypersecretion of parathormone (D) Hypersecretion of growth hormone

10. Parathormone affects the blood level of:


(A) Glucose (B) Potassium (C) Calcium (D) None

11. Parathormone causes:

(A) Hypercalcemia (B) Hypocalcemia
(C) Hyperglycemia (D) Hypoglycemia

12. Hypoparathyroidism causes:

(A) Convulsion and tetany (B) Nervousness and wasting
(C) Upset in metabolism (D) Nervousness and hyperactivity

13 Parathyroid gland degenerates. Which activity is disturbed?

(A) Growth (B) Calcium concentration
(C) Potassium concentration (D) Sodium concentration

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ACME DPP. No. 19
Chemical coordination in animals
1. A hormone with seat of activity in liver, converting glucose to glycogen is produced in:
(a) Pancreas (b) Pituitary (c) Parathyroids (d) Thymus
2. A man suffering from diabetes mellitus drinks water more frequently as he has to eliminate from
blood, the extra:
(a) Salts (b) Sugar (c) Insulin (d) Protein
3. Glucagon is secreted by:
(a) beta cells of pancreas (b) alpha cells of pancreas
(c) beta cells of islets of Langerhans (d) adrenal cortex
4. Full chemical structure of insulin was elucidated by:

(a) F. Sanger (b) Best (c) Banting and Best (d) Langerhans
5. Treatment with alloxan destroys:
(a) STH cells
(b) Alpha cells of islets of Langerhans
(c) Beta cells of islets of Langerhans
(d) Cells of Leydig
6. Sugar level of blood can be reduced immediately by:
(a) Intravenous insulin (b) Intravenous glucagon
(c) Oral glucagon (d) Oral insulin
7. Pineal gland produces:
(a) Glucagon (b) Aldosterone (c) Cortisone (d) Melatonin
8. Pineal body is located on:
(a) Dorsal wall of diencephalon (b) Ventral wall of diencephalon

(c) Dorsal midbrain (d) Ventral midbrain

9. Thymus in mammals is mainly concerned with:
(a) Regulation of body growth (b) Secretion of thyrotropin
(c) Regulation of body temperature (d) Immunological functions
10. Hassalls corpuscles are found in:
(a) Thymus gland (b) Adrenal gland (c) Spleen (d) Parathyroid

11. Which of the endocrine glands is related with immunity?

(a) Thyroid (b) Thymus (c) Adrenal (d) Tonsil
12. Function of renin is:
(a) to reduce blood pressure
(b) vasodilation
(c) degradation of angiotensinogen to angiotensin-II
(d) stimulation of copious urination
13. Renin is secreted by:
(a) cells of stomach
(b) cells of intestine
(c) the cortical cells of kidney
(d) the cells of juxtaglomerular apparatus of kidney

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Chemical coordination in animals
1. Hormone responsible for puberty in man is:
(a) Progesterone (b) Estrogen (c) Testosterone (d) None
2. Release of ova in mammals occurs mainly under the influence of:
(a) FSH and LH (b) TSH and STH (c) ACTH and MTH (d) TSH and ACTH
3. Hormones taken in the form of drugs for contraception are:
(a) Aldosterone (b) Estrogens and progesterone
(c) Cortisol (d) Testosterone
4. If ovaries of a lady are removed in fourth month of pregnancy, the result will be:
(a) Embryo will develop normally till birth

(b) Abortion will occur after sometime
(c) Development of embryo becomes abnormal
(d) None of these
5. A decrease in the level of estrogens and progesterone causes:
(a) Growth and dilation of myometrium
(b) Growth of endometrium
(c) Constriction of uterine blood vessels leading to sloughing of endometrium or uterine epithelium
(d) Release of ovum from the ovary
6. Progesterone is:
(a) An enzyme for digestion of proteins
(b) Hormone to initiate uterine contraction
(c) Amino acid which may cause alkaptonuria
(d) Hormone concerned with retention and growth of pregnancy

7. Occurrence of Leydigs cells and their secretion is:

(a) Ovary and Estrogen (b) Liver and Cholesterol
(c) Pancreas and Glucagon (d) Testis and Testosterone
8. Biological actions of estrogens include all of the following except:
(a) decreased glucose tolerance (b) increased serum cholesterol

(c) stimulation of follicular growth (d) delayed bone loss at menopause

9. Hormone relaxin is produced by:
(a) Anterior pituitary (b) Posterior pituitary
(c) Mid pituitary (d) Placenta
10. Facial hairs occur in some women due to effect of:
(a) UV radiation (b) Temperature (c) Hormones (d) Pollution
11. Hormone secreted during child birth is:
(a) Thyroxine (b) Relaxin (c) Progesterone (d) Glucocorticoid
12. Which of the following act as secondary messenger in hormonal action?
(a) cAMP (b) ADP (c) NAD (d) ATP
13. Corpus luteum secretes mainly:
(a) FSH (b) Estradiol (c) Progesterone (d) Estrogen

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ACME DPP. No. 21
Chemical coordination in animals
1. Who is known as Father of Endocrinology ?
(a) Sterling (b) Addison (c) Sanger (d) Best
2. Which of the following statements is true regarding hormones?
(a) All hormones are proteins
(b) Hormones are required and secreted in large quantities
(c) Hormones are informational molecules
(d) Most hormones are used locally
3. Broadly defined, a hormone is a molecule that:
(a) moves through the blood stream

(b) influences development
(c) alters the activity of certain nonadjacent cells
(d) has the same chemical activity in a variety of organisms
4. The feed back mechanism is related with:
(a) Bile secretion (b) Hormonal secretion
(c) HCl secretion (d) Hering-Breuer reflex
5. One similarity between enzymes and hormones is that:
(a) both are proteins (b) both can be used again and again
(c) both are used in minute amount (d) both act at a particular pH
6. A hormone is:
(a) any glandular secretion (b) an enzyme
(c) a chemical messenger (d) an excretory product
7. Hormone is:

(a) A part of blood (b) A part of digestive juice

(c) Not used again and again (d) Produced in large quantity
8. Which of the following statements does not hold true for the hormones?
(a) They act on target organs usually away from the source glands
(b) They are secreted directly into the blood
(c) They are used again and again like catalysts

(d) They are produced in very minute quantities and are biologically very active
9. Endocrine glands:
(a) always have ducts (b) do not possess ducts
(c) sometimes do not have ducts (d) pour their secretion into blood through ducts
10. Hormones may be:
(a) Steroids (b) Peptides
(c) Amino acid derivatives (d) All of the above
11. Choose the correct statement about neurohypophysis:
(a) It stores and release hormones secreted by hypothalamus
(b) It secretes its own hormones
(c) It is poorly developed and functionless in humans
(d) It stores the hormones produced by adenohypophysis

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1. The term histology was introduced by
(A) Huxley (B) Mayer (C) Watson (D) Malpighii.

2. Microscopic study of tissues and organs is called

(A) Anatomy (B) Histology (C) Heredity (D) Cytology.

3. Which of these is a function of epithelial tissue ?

(A) Covering and lining (B) Absorption
(C) Secretion (D) All the above.

4. Brush border is characteristic of
(A) Secretory cells (B) Absorptive cells (C) Osteocytes (D) Nerve cells.

5. Columnar epithelium present in

(A) Stomach (B) Intestine (C) Buccal cavity (D) Both A and B.

6. The inner surface of blood vessel is lined by epithelium i.e. specially called
(A) Simple Squamous epithelium (B) Ciliated epithelium
(C) Endothelium (D) Columnar epithelium.

7. The epithelial cells are covered by a thin layer of

(A) Glycoproteins (B) Lipoproteins
(C) Phosphoproteins (D) Phospholipids.

8. Glycocalyx is a term used for thin layer of


(A) Lipoproteins (B) Phosphoproteins (C) Glycoproteins (D) Phospholipids.

9. Glands of the body are modified

(A) Connective tissue cells (B) Columnar epithelial cells
(C) Cuboidal epithelial cells (D) Muscular cells

10. Tessalated epithelium can be traced in


(A) Blood vessels (B) Mesothelium (C) Peritonium (D) All above.

11. Bowmans capsule; loop of Henle and alveoli of lungs share one common character. They are
(A) All ciliated (B) Lined by pavement epithelium
(C) All secretory (D) All above.

12. Pseudostratified epithelium can be traced in

(A) Mammary gland (B) Lungs (C) Trachea (D) All above.

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1. Urothelium is unique epithelium of
(A) Kidney (B) Ureters (C) Urinary bladder (D*) All above

2. Keratin is
(A) Fibrous protiens (B) Characteristic of Rhinoceros horn
(C) Seleroproteins (D*) All above

3. Protection from ultra violet rays is provided by

(A) Stratum corneum layer (B) Stratum granulosum
(C) Stratum lucidum layer (D*) Melanocytes

4. Schneiderian epithelium is found in
(A) Trachea (B) Loop of henle (C*) Nasal pasage (D) Heart

5. Mammary glands are

(A*) Apocrine (B) Merocrine (C) Holocrine (D) Heterocrine
6. Entire cell is lost alongwith secretion in one of these
(A) Sweat glands (B*) Creuminous glands
(C) Salivary glands (D) Pancreas

7. Nature of ceruminous glands is

(A) Merocrine (B*) Holocrine (C) Apocrine (D) Both (B) and (C)

8. Basal lamina is characteristic of


(A) Connective tissue (B*) Epithelial tissue (C) Muscle tissue (D) Nerve tissue

9. In stratified epithelium basement membrane is in contact with

(A) Upper layer, stratum corneum (B) Second layer, stratum lucidum
(C) Middle layer, stratum granulosum (D*) Lower most layer, stratum germinativum

10. Epithelium lining of the coelom is termed

(A) Endothelium (B*) Mesothelium
(C) Glandular epithelium (D) None of these

11. Basement membrane consists of

(A) Basal lamina (B) Ground substance
(C) Reticular fibres (D*) All of the above

12. No part of gland cell is lost with secretion in

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ACME Nervous system
1. Which one of the following statement in regard to nerve activity is true
(A) The synaptic cleft does not prevent direct propagation of action potential from presynaptic
neuron to post synaptic cell
(B) Information across the synaptic cleft is transmitted by means of a chemical neurotransmitter in
small vesicle
(C) Combination of neurotransmitter with receptor site changes membrane potential without
changing membrane potentiality
(D) In tetanus the excitatory impulse to muscles are inhibited leading to lock jaw

2. Propagation of action potential is very fast in nerve fibres which have

(A) Large fibre diameter (B) Small fibre diameter
(C) Covering of myelin sheath (D) (A) and (C) both are correct

3. Preparation of the type of stimulus depends on the
(A) Strength of the nerve impulse (B) Specificity of connection to receptor organs
(C) Rate of the nerve impulse (D) Ionic change moving in and out of the nerve

4. The following hormones are neurotransmitters

(A) Acetylcholine and secretin (B) Cholecystokinin and acetylcholine
(C) Adrenalin and acetylcholine (D) Cholecystokinin and adrenalin

5. During the transmission of nerve impulse, which of the following takes place
(A) Flux of Na+ inwards and K+ outwards (B) Flux of K+ inwards and Na+ outwards
(C) Flux of K+ inwards and Na+ inwards (D) Flux of K+ outwards and Na+ outwards

6. The potential difference in the membrane which is responsible for the conduction of an
impulse is brought about by a change in the membrane
(A) Permeability (B) Structure (C) Anions (D) Concentration

7. Resting potential of the membrane is

(A) -60 to -70 mV (B) -100 to -10mV (C) 50 to 100 mV (D) -20 to -30mV

8. The chemical causing the transmission of nerve impulse across synapses is

(A) Acetylcholine (B) Cholinesterase (C) Choline (D) Acetic acid

9. After the transmission of one impulse from the synapse, it cannot transmit another impulse because

one of the following chemical is active there

(A) Choline (B) Acetic acid (C) Acetylcholine (D) Acetylcholinesterase

10. During transmission of nerve impulse the potential inside membrane has the following type of charge
(A) First positive, then negative and back positive
(B) First negative then positive and back negative
(C) First positive then negative and remain negative
(D) First negative then positive and remain positive

11. The mineral necessary for nervous conduction is

(A) Iron (B) Sodium (C) Phosphorus (D) Magnesium

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ACME Nervous system
1. Afferent nerve fibres carry impulses from
(A) Effector organs to central nervous system
(B) Receptors to central nervous system
(C) Central nervous system to muscles
(D) Central nervous system to receptors

2. On nerve fibres to prevent leakage of an impulse layer of found

(A) Schwann cells (B) Neurilemma (C) Axons (D) Myelin sheath

3. The energy required during transmission of impulse is provided by

(A) Brain (B) Nerve fibre (C) Liver (D) Stimulating agent

4. Which has the highest speed of nerve impulse

(A) Medullated nerve (B) Non-medullated nerve
(C) Cranial nerve (D) Spinal nerve

5. Acetylcholine is
(A) Chemical messenger (B) Chemical transmitter across the synapse
(C) Antistress hormone (D) Digestive enzyme

6. Nerve impulse initiates with the movements of

(A) K+ (B) Mg + (C) Ca+ (D) Na+

7. Sodium- potassium pump is

(A) A hormone (B) An enzyme (C) A protein carrier (D) An organelle

8. For visual sense, the nerve impulse is generated by

(A) Depolarisation (B) Repolarisation
(C) Hyper polarisation (D) Depolarisation and repolarisation

9. One of the example of the action of the autonomous nervous system is


(A) Knee-jerk response (B) Pupillary reflex

(C) Swallowing of food (D) Peristalsis of the intestines

10. Hypothalamus does not control

(A) Hunger and satiety (B) Thermoregulation
(C) Libido (D) Creative thinking and consciousness

11. In the dual innervation of a organ

(A) Both nerve fibres show stimulatory response
(B) Both nerve fibres show inhibitory response
(C) One show stimulation and other inhibition
(D) Response have selective

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ACME Nervous system
1. Which one of the following is essential for the formation of myelin sheath
(A) Zinc (B) Sodium (C) Iron (D) Phosphorus

2. Mammalian brain differs from an amphibian brain in possessing

(A) Olfactory lobe (B) Hypothalamus (C) Corpus callosum (D) Cerebellum

3. Brain is
(A) Ectodermal (B) Mesodermal (C) Endodermal (D) Mesendodermal

4. Which cell stops dividing after birth
(A) Neuron (B) Glial (C) Epithelium (D) Liver

5. The second cranial nerve in human originates from

(A) Ciliary muscles of eye (B) Retina only
(C) Retina and lens (D) Occular muscles of eye

6. The ganglia of sympathetic and the central nervous system in frog develops from the
(A) Neural cell (B) Notochordal cells
(C) Neural plate cells (D) Neural crest cells

7. Which is activated in stress condition


(A) Sympathetic (B) Parasympathetic

(C) Somatic (D) Whole ANS

8. White matter is composed of

(A) Ependyma (B) Nerve cells (C) Nerve fibres (D) None of these

9. The autonomic nervous system has control over

(A) Reflex action (B) Skeletal muscles
(C) Sense organs (D) Internal organs

10. Cutaneous stimulus is received by

(A) Axodendrite - cholinergic (B) Dendrodendronic - adrenergic
(C) Motor nerve (D) Sensory nerve

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ACME Nervous system
1. In man which one of the following cranial nerve is associated with the sense of body balance
(A) VI (B) VII (C) VIII (D) IX

2. If a person has lost his memory in an accident, the following part of the brain have got injured
(A) Diencephalon (B) Medulla oblongata
(C) Cerebellum (D) Cerebrum

3. The hind brain consists of

(A) Pons + cerebellum (B) Hypothalamus + cerebellum
(C) Medulla oblongata + cerebellum (D) Medulla oblongata + cerebellum + pons

4. The efferent process of neuron is known as
(A) Axon (B) Dendrites (C) Cyton (D) Neurofibrilae

5. The number of spinal nerves in man is

(A) 27 pairs (B) 31 pairs (C) 37 pairs (D) 47 pairs
6. Junction of two nerve fibres is called
(A) Synapse (B) Junction (C) Connection (D) None of these

7. Neural stimulation in visceral organ in human being is done by

(A) Sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves and is under involuntary action
(B) Sympathetic nerves and is under voluntary action
(C) Sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves and is under voluntary action
(D) Parasympathetic nerves and is under voluntary action

8. The largest number of neurons are found in

(A) Brain (B) Retina (C) Spinal cord (D) Tongue

9. Parasympathetic nervous system increases the activity of

(A) Gut, iris and urinary bladder (B) Heart, adrenal and sweat gland

(C) Heart, pancreas and lachrymal gland (D) Lachrymal gland and sweat gland

10. The thermoregulatory centre is situated in

(A) Spinal cord (B) Pituitary body (C) Cerebellum (D) Hypothalamus

11. Nissls granules are present in the .......and are made up of.......respectively
(A) Muscle cells and deoxyribo nucleic acid
(B) Mast cells and RNA
(C) Osteocytes and DNA
(D) Neuron and RNA

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ACME Nervous system
1. Weight of a normal brain of a man is
(A) 3.0 lbs. (B) 3.5 lbs. (C) 4.0 lbs. (D) 4.5 lbs.

2. The correct sequence of meninges from outer to the inner side is

(A) Arachnoid - piamater - duramater (B) Arachnoid - duramater - piamater
(C) Piamater - arachnoid - duramater (D) Duramater - arachnoid - piamater

3. All the meninges of brain are interrupted at the structure known as

(A) Neuropore (B) Anterior choroid plexus only
(C) Posterior choroid plexus only (D) Anterior and posterior choroid plexus

4. Which is correct about human brain
(A) It is covered by two membranes
(B) There is no blood brain barrier
(C) Largest number of cranial nerves originate from cerebral hemisphere
(D) Cerebral cortex is hiqhly developed

5. Reflexes for maintaining vital functions like blood pressure are localised in
(A) Hind brain (B) Mid brain (C) Fore brain (D) Cerebrum

6. The membranes enclosing the brain and spinal cord are known as
(A) Meninges (B) Meningitis (C) Nephron (D) Axon

7. The anterior choroid plexus in the brain of man covers

(A) Corpora bigemina (B) Medulla oblongata
(C) Diencephalon (D) Mesencephalon

8. The medulla oblongata encloses the

(A) Fourth ventricle (B) Second ventricle (C) Optic lobe (D) Otic capsule

9. In mammals, the corpus callosum connects

(A) Bone to a muscle (B) Bone to a bone
(C) The two cerebral hemispheres (D) The two optic lobes

10. Foramen of Monro is

(A) Gap in pelvic girdle of rabbit
(B) Foramen in the skull of frog
(C) Space in brain of frog and rabbit
(D) Pore in the inter-auricular septum in a mammalian heart

12. Cerebral hemispheres are the centres of

(A) Thinking (B) Balance (C) Smell (D) Taste

13. Which of the following connect lateral ventricle of diocoel in brain with third ventricle
(A) Iter (B) Foramen of Monro
(C) Corpus striatum (D) Filum terminale

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ACME Nervous system
1. Sub-arachnoid space is found in
(A) Piamater (B) Durameter (C) Blastocoel (D) None of the above

2. Cerebrospinal fluid is produced by

(A) Ependymal cells (B) Choroid plexus (C) Neuroglial cells (D) Neurons

3. Ventilation is controlled by
(A) Cerebellum (B) Medulla oblongata
(C) Cerebrum (D) Mesencephalon

4. Main function of cerebellum is
(A) Balancing (B) To see (C) To hear (D) Remembering

5. Corpus callosum is found in the brain of

(A) Elephant (B) Pigeon (C) Crocodile (D) Frog
6. Brocas area in human brain controls
(A) Movement of tongue (B) Breathing and hiccup
(C) Movement of vocal cords (D) Both (A) and (C)

7. Nodes of Ranvier are found in

(A) Axon (B) Sperm (C) Muscle fibre (D) Neuron

8. Choroid plexus is a network of

(A) Capillaries (B) Muscle fibres (C) Nerves (D) Lymph versels

9. Which of the following is the part of mid brain of rabbit

(A) Diencephalon (B) Cerebrum
(C) Corpora quadrigemina (D) None of these

10. Tree of life is


(A) Arborvitae (B) Pons varolii (C) Origin of corti (D) Diencephalon

11. Which has H-shaped grey matter

(A) Cerebrum (B) Medulla oblongata
(C) Cerebellum (D) Spinal cord

12. What is found in Primates brain

(A) Cerebellum (B) Diencephalon
(C) Neopallium cortex (D) Optic lobes

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ACME Nervous system
1. Which one of the following is responsible for the control of reflex action
(A) Sensory nerves (B) Motor nerves
(C) Sympathetic nervous system (D) Central nervous system

2. Which of the following cranial nerves are involved in the movement of eye
(A) Optic, occulomotor, abducens (B) Occulomotor, abducens, trochlear
(C) Trochlear, abducens and optic (D) Abducens, optic, trochlear, occulomotor

3. The smallest cranial nerve in human being is
(A) Trochlear (B) Opthalmic (C) Abducens (D) Vagus

4. Purely motor nerve is

(A) Optic (B) Abducens (C) Opthalamic (D) Palatinus
5. The lungs, heart, intestine etc. are supplied by cranial nerve
(A) Trigeminal (B) Vagus (C) Abducens (D) Oculomotor

6. IV, V and IX cranial nerves are

(A) Olfactory, spinal accessary and vagus
(B) Trigeminal, vagus and glossopharyngeal
(C) Occulomotor, trigeminal and hypoglossal

(D) Pathetic, trigeminal and glossopharyngeal

7. Which of the cranial nerve is mixed

(A) Optic (B) Olfactory (C) Vagus (D) Trochlear

8. The eighth cranial nerve (auditory) of vertebrates leads from brain to

(A) Ear (B) Eye (C) Nose (D) Tongue

9. Tweleve pairs of ribs and twelve pairs of cranial nerves are found in
(A) Fish (B) Frog (C) Lizard (D) Man

10. How many pairs of cranial nerves in mammals are purely sensory
(A) Five (B) Four (C) Three (D) Two

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ACME Nervous system
1. The 3rd, 6th and 11th cranial nerves are
(A) Occulomotor, trigeminal, spinal
(B) Optic, facial, spinal
(C) Occulomotor, abducens, spinal
(D) Trichlear, abducens, vagus

2. The cranial nerves which control eye-ball movement are

(A) 4, 6 and 7 (B) 3, 4 and 6 (C) 2, 3 and 5 (D) 5, 8 and 9

3. Cranial nerves originating from medulla oblongata are
(A) III, VII, IX (B) IX, X, XI, XII (C) VII,VIII, IX, X (D) Vll, IX, X, XI, XII

4. Which cranial nerves has the highest number of branches

(A) Trigeminal (B) Facial nerve (C) Vagus nerve (D) None of these
5 Fifth cranial nerve of frog is called
(A) Opic nerve (B) Vagus nerve (C) Trigeminal nerve (D) Opthalmic nerve

6. How many cranial nerves found in the amniota

(A) 6 pairs (B) 8 pairs (C) 12 pairs (D) 10 pairs

7. Vagus nerve is
(A) Spinal nerve (B) Sympathetic nerve
(C) X-cranial nerve (D) Parasympathetic nerve

8. Which cranial nerve carries in excitation from the ear


(A) Optic (B) Auditory (C) Olfactory (D) Trigeminal

9. Cranial nerves in frog and man is

(A) 10 and 12 (B) 12 and 10 (C) 10 and 8 (D) 8 and 10

10. Which of the following is 10th cranial nerve

(A) Trigeminal (B) Pneumogastric
(C) Glossopharyngeal (D) Vagus

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ACME Nervous system
1. Spot out the parasympathetic effect
(A) Increasing blood pressure (B) Dialating pupil
(C) Secretion of digestive juice (D) Increasing cardiac output

2. Autonomic nervous system is

(A) Paired chain ganglia (B) Brain and spinal cord
(C) Sense organs (D) Cerebral hemispheres

3. The sympathetic nervous system is other wise called

(A) Visceral system (B) Mesenteric system

(C) Thorasico lumber system (D) Cervico-sacral system

4. If the sympathetic nerve to the heart is cut-off, the heart beat will
(A) Increase (B) Decrease (C) Remains same (D) Stop

5. Increase in gastro-intestinal secretion and movement after ingestion of food is mainly brought about
(A) Sympathetic nervous system (B) Parasympathetic nervous system
(C) Cental nervous system (D) Hormone secreted by thyroid

6. Sympathetic nerves in mammals arise from

(A) Sacral region (B) Cervical region
(C) Thoraco-lumbar region (D) 3rd, 7th, 9th and 10th cranial nerves

7. Parasympathetic nerves increase the mobility in


(A) Small intestine (B) Heart (C) Brain (D) None of the above

8. In parasympathetic nervous system which of the following is released

(A) Epinephrine (B) Nor epinephrine (C) Serotonin (D) Acetylcholine

9. You are watching a horror movie and you notice that your heart is beating fast and mouth is dry. It is

because of
(A) Fight and flight response (B) Autonomic nervous system
(C) Sympathetic nervous system (D) Both (A) and (C)
(e) Parasympathetic nervous system

10. Which one is the function of parasympathetic nervous system in mammals

(A) Acceleration of heart beat (B) Constriction of pupil
(C) Stimulation of sweat glands (D) Contraction of arrector pilli muscles

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ACME Nervous system
1. Each spinal nerve in a mammal arises from the spinal cord by two roots, a dorsal and a ventral.
these the ventral root is composed of
(A) Somatic motor and visceral motor fibres
(B) Somatic sensory and visceral motor fibres
(C) Somatic motor and visceral sensory fibres
(D) Somatic sensory and visceral sensory fibres

2. In after cutting through the dorsal root of a spinal nerve of a mammal, an associated receptor in the
skin were stimulated, the animal would
(A) Still be able to feel the stimulation
(B) Show no response
(C) Show a normal but slow response

(D) Respond but only at a different level of spinal cord

3. Match the following human spinal nerves in column I with the number of pair in column II and
choose the correct
Column I Column II
(a) Cervical nerves (i) 5 pairs
(b) Thoracic nerves (ii) 1 pair
(c) Lumbar nerves (iii) 12 pairs
(d) Coccygeal nerves (iv) 8 pairs
(A) (a)-(ii), (b)-(iv), (c)-(i), (d)-(iii)
(B) (a)-(iv), (b)-(iii), (c)-(i), (d)-(ii)
(C) (a)-(i), (b)-(iv), (c)-(ii), (d)-(iii)
(D) (a)-(iv), (b)-(i), (c)-(ii), (d)-(iii)

4. All spinal nerves are

(A) Motor (B) Sensory (C) Mixed (D) None of the above

5. What is found in the periphery of spinal cord

(A) Grey matter (B) Myelinated nerve (C) White matter (D) Notochord

6. The largest of the spinal nerves is constituted by the

(A) First pair (B) Brachial nerves (C) Third pair (D) Fourth pair

7. The spinal cord extends from the brain through


(A) Foramen Magnum (B) Iter

(C) Anterior commissure (D) Foramen of Monro

8. The dorsal root of spinal cord contains

(A) Somatic motor fibers (B) Visceral motor fibers
(C) Somatic sensory fibers (D) Visceral sensory fibers

9. The spinal cord terminates in

(A) Corpus terminale (B) Coput terminale
(C) Cauda terminale (D) Filum terminale

10. Which of the following communicates with the central canal of spinal card
(A) Lateral ventricles (B) Third ventricle (C) Fourth ventricle (D) Fifth ventricle

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