Types Of Epithelial Cells MCQs with Answers

Hello students, our next topic for the MCQ is ‘TYPES OF EPITHELIAL CELLS’. The types of epithelial tissue include Simple squamous epithelium, columnar epithelium, cuboidal epithelium, Glandular epithelium etc. The simple squamous epithelium have flat cells and it also performs filtration. The SSE found in blood capillaries and alveoli.

The collection of following MCQ on this topic will provide you information.

 

MCQ.1): Which of the following is an avascular tissue which is composed of cells that cover the exterior body surfaces and line internal closed cavities including vascular system?

a) Epithelium

b) Pane tissue

c) Non-epithelium

d) Square villi

 

MCQ.2): The additional function of specialised epithelial cells is as receptor for the special senses such as ……………………………….

a) Taste

b) Smell

c) Vision

d) All of above

MCQ. 3): The pancreas, liver and the lining of respiratory and GIT is of …………………………… germ layer.

a) Ectoderm

b) Endoderm

c) Mesoderm

d) None of them

 

MCQ.4): When epithelium is one cell layer thick then it is called as ……………………………………..

a) Modern

b) Technical

c) Evolved

d) Simple

MCQ.5): When the width of the cell is greater than its height, then it is called as ……………………………………..

a) Cuboidal

b) Squamous

c) Columnar

d) All of these

 

MCQ.6): In the simple squamous epithelium, it is composed of flattened irregular shaped cells that forms continuous surface which can be called as ………………………………….

a) Pavemented epithelium

b) Double layered cell

c) Non-pavemented epithelium

d) Triple layered cell

 

MCQ.7): The simple squamous epithelium has a function and it is …………………………….

a) Increasing friction

b) Non-lining membrane

c) Unlimited membrane

d) Fluid transport

 

MCQ.8): In the simple cuboidal epithelium, nucleus is round and located in the ……………………………………..Of the cell.

a) Right side

b) Centre

c) Left side

d) Behind ribosome

 

MCQ.9): Which cells are taller and appear in columnar pattern at right angles to the basement membrane?

a) Simple cuboidal epithelium

b) Simple squamous epithelium

c) Simple columnar epithelium

d) Simple ciliated epithelium

 

MCQ.10): The simple cuboidal epithelium present in…………………………………….

a) Thyroid follicle

b) Middle ear

c) Pulmonary alveoli

d) Pleural cavity

 

MCQ.11): The nuclei of stratified squamous epithelium becomes progressively condensed then it is also called as ………………………………….

a) Synaptic

b) Postric

c) Pyknotic

d) Symmetric

 

MCQ.12): ………………………………….. Epithelium forms stratified epithelium.

a) Transformal

b) Transgender

c) Trimerism

d) Transitional

 

MCQ.13): Which of the following domain communicates with adjacent cells and is characterized by specialized area?

a) Lateral domain

b) Apical domain

c) Basal domain

d) Free domain

 

MCQ.14): Which of the following is important in cellular signalling?

a) Neurajuction

b) Medullar node

c) Adhering junction

d) Cystic node

 

MCQ.15): A …………………………… is also known as macula adherens which is a cell structure.

a) Ribosome

b) Nucleosome

c) Desmosome

d) Sarcoplasm

 

MCQ.16): Which of the following anchors actin filaments of cytoskeleton?

a) Focal adhesion

b) Free cohesion

c) Hemidesmosomes

d) Intermediate junction

 

MCQ.17): The epithelial cell have luminal surface which may incorporate with …………………………………………..

a) Cilia

b) Microvilli

c) Stereocilli

d) All of them

 

MCQ.18): State the following sentence is True or False:

‘The Microvilli give a crew-cut appearance to the epithelial surface basal bodies’.

a) True

b) False

 

MCQ.19): ……………………………………..Cilia have ability of moving fluid and particles along epithelial surfaces.

a) Motile

b) Non-motile

c) Primer

d) Terminator

 

MCQ.20): The nodal cilia have similar structure to primary cilia and capable for ……………………………………….

a) Adhesive filament

b) Passive transport

c) Active transport

d) Cohesion cilia

 

 

Answer

1)a) Epithelium

2) d) All of above

3) b) Endoderm

4) d) Simple

5) b) Squamous

6) a) Pavemented epithelium

7) d) Fluid transport

8) b) Centre

9) c) Simple columnar epithelium

10) a) Thyroid follicle

11)c) Pyknotic

12) d) Transitional

13) a) Lateral domain

14) c) Adhering junction

15) c) Desmosome

16) a) Focal adhesion

17) d) All of them

18) b) False

19) a) Motile

20) c) Active transport


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