June 12, 2024
The rib cage
  • (A) Protects the spinal cord
  • (B) Provides attachment for the lungs.
  • (C) Protects the stomach.
  • (D) Protects the heart and lungs
The hollow space in the middle of bones is filled with
  • (A) Compact bone cells.
  • (B) Blood cells.
  • (C) Cancellous bone cells.
  • (D) Connective cells
The difference between cartilage and bone is
  • (A) Bone is rubbery, and cartilage is firm.
  • (B) Bone is inside the body, and cartilage is outside.
  • (C) Bone is a more primitive tissue than cartilage.
  • (D) Bone is firm, and cartilage is rubbery
The myocardium is made up of
  • (A) Cardiac muscles.
  • (B) Tendons and cartilage.
  • (C) Smooth muscles.
  • (D) Skeletal muscles
What is the difference between compact bone and spongy bone?
  • (A) They have different bone marrow.
  • (B) They are made of different materials.
  • (C) They have different sizes of bone cells.
  • (D) They have a different arrangement of bone cells.
How do muscles attached to the bones move the body?
  • (A) Automatically
  • (B) Pull movement only
  • (C) Push movement only
  • (D) Push and pull movement
Which of the following parts of a long bone takes part in the growth of the bone?
  • (A) Diaphysis
  • (B) Metaphysis
  • (C) Epiphyses
  • (D) All of the above.
Ilium, Ischium and Pubis bones combine to form
  • (A) Shoulder
  • (B) Tail bones
  • (C) Chest case
  • (D) Innominate bones
The ribs, sternum and scapulae are all what type of bone?
  • (A) Long
  • (B) Flat
  • (C) Short
  • (D) Irregular
Which of the following bones listed is an example of a short bone?
  • (A) Femur
  • (B) Cranium
  • (C) Carpals
  • (D) Radius
What type of tissue is cartilage?
  • (A) Muscular
  • (B) Epithelial
  • (C) Connective
  • (D) Nervous
What is the central hollow portion of each vertebra known as?
  • (A) Spinal canal
  • (B) Vertebral canal
  • (C) Neural canal
  • (D) Axial canal
Which of these statements is not true regarding skeletal muscles?
  • (A) They are also called voluntary muscles
  • (B) They help in the movement of food through the oesophagus
  • (C) They have striations
  • (D) They are involved in changing of body posture.
Which of these is not a characteristic of cardiac muscles?
  • (A) They work continuously
  • (B) They are branched
  • (C) They are not striated
  • (D) They are involuntary
Which of these ions are abundant in the sarcoplasmic reticulum?
  • (A) Magnesium
  • (B) Sodium
  • (C) Potassium
  • (D) Calcium

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