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C&ET ASSESSMENT SEMESTER 1 2015/2016

MCQ
1.regarding the histology of tissue processing
a.colateral laser scanning microscope is a type of light microscope
b.colateral laser scanning microscope use ultraviolet ray as source of illumination
c.pictures taken by light microscope are called as light micrograph
d.pictures taken using scanning electron microscope is called electron micrograph
e.scanning electron micrograph use laser as its source of illumination
4. According to the neurone
A. Bipolar is found in vision
B. Pseudounipolar is most in body motor neurones
C. Multipolar is most found in body sensory neurones.
D Pyrimidal neurones is found in cerebellum cortex.
E. Purkinje cells is found in cerebellum
5.
B. a subunit can deactivates itself by hydrolysis
C. able to inhibit amplifier enzymes
6. Histology of arteries
a. has vasa vasorum in tunica intima
b. has many layers of smooth muscle in tunica media
c. has no valves
d. has a thickened adventitia coat
e. has lined by stratified columnar epithelium
7. Skin
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

skin epidermis develop from ectoderm


stratum lucidum is absent is thin skin
langerhans cells are macrophages in the epidermis
has less scarring if incision is made perpendicular to Langers line
is thick over the sole of the foot

8. Regarding cartilage
A. elastic cartilage has an opaque appearance
B. fibrocartilage has no perichondrium
C. fibrocartilage is found in the costal cartilage
D. hyaline cartilage has resilience
E. it is devoid in nerves

9.Simple squamous epithelium can be found at:


a.ventral lining of abdomen
b.kidney corpuscles
c.kidney glomerulus
d.mucous membrane of small intestine
e.trachea epithelial lining

10.
d)relative refactory period overlaps with the entire period of action potential.
e)relative refactory period overlaps with the period of hyperpolarization after potential.

13.what are the main properties of cardiac muscle


a.autorhytmicity
b.conductability
c.excitability
d.contractabiity
e.connectivity
19.derivative of ectodermal germ layer
a.schwan cell
b.leptomeninges
c.subcutaneous tissue
SBAQ
3. Splicing of mRNA is the process before mature mRNA been produced.

8. A stimulus was given and an action potential produced. A second stimulus given in the same
manner however, no action potential produced.
Select the most likely to best explain the statement..
A. second stimulus was given during absolute refractory period
B.
C.
D.

15. A 38 years old man is recently taking monotherapy for hypertension. He complaints of
tiredness and couldnt finish playing 3 tennis game.
What is the antihypertensive drug he taking?
A.
B. Clonidine
C. Plentolamine
D. Prazosine