Animal Tissue Quiz

Animal Tissue Quiz
A tissue is a group of cells similar in origin to perform a specific function. Cells of a tissue are often held together by cell junctions. The word tissue was used by Bichat. There are four types of animal tissues namely epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscular tissue and nervous tissue. 
1. Epithelial tissue
    Function: Protection, absorption, secretion, excretion and reproduction 
2. Connective tissue
    Function: Attachment, storage, support, protection and transport
3. Muscular tissue
    Function: Movement of body parts and locomotion.
4. Nervous tissue
    Function: Control and coordination by nerve impulse
1. Compound squamous epithelium occurs in
stomach
intestine
trachea
pharynx
2. Cardiac muscles contract
quickly and do not get fatigued
slowly and get fatiqued
slowly and do not get fatigued
quickly and get fatigued
3. A tissue in which matrix is the source of structural and functional performance is
connective
epithelial
nervous
muscular
4. Epithelial tissue with thin flat cells appearing like packed tiles occurs on
inner lining of cheek
inner lining of stomach
outer surface of ovary
inner lining of fallopian tubes
5. Muscular tissue is differentiated into
striped and unstriped
cardiac and unstriped
unstriped, striated and cardiac
none of these
6. Histocyte is a connective tissue cell which takes part in
secretion
phagocytosis
matrix production
phagocytosis
7. Bundles of striated muscle fibres are enclosed in
perimysium
epimysium
endomysium
epimysium
8. Schwann cells are present around
medullaed nerve fibre
non-medullaed nerve fibre
non medullaed and medullaed nerve fibre
none of these
9. Muscles immune to fatigue are
cardiac
eye muscles
striped
unstriped
10. Germinal epithelium of ovary is formed of
columnar epithelium
stratified epithelium
cuboidal epithelium
squamous epithelium
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