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In this blog we will discuss 25 Interesting Q and A on Tissues, which are very interesting so far your examinations is concerned.  So lets us get started without doing much a do.

Definition of tissue:  It is an organized mass of cells of similar structure, functions and origin.

 

Q1.  Who is the founder of histology, as a separate branch of biology?

 

Q2.  Group of cells morphologically similar and physiologically identical is known as ……………

 

Q3.  Name the tissue, which connects the bones.

 

Q4.  Name the tissue, which connects bones and muscles.

 

Q5.  Which tissue is branched in nature?

 

Q6.  Which tissue has intercalated disc?

 

Q7.  Name one tissue, which is multi nucleated.

 

Q8.  Where squamous epithelial tissue is found?

 

Q9.  Where ciliated epithelial tissue is found?

 

Q10.  Where the cuboidal epithelial tissue is found?

 

Q11.  What is the alternative name of squamous epithelial tissue?

 

Q12.  Name a cell of our body that can be over a foot long

 

Q13.  Why blood is called a liquid connective tissue?

 

Q14.  Cartilage is produced by __________

 

Q15.  Extracellular basement membrane is speciality of __________

 

Q16.  Matrix is speciality of __________

 

Q17.  In a bone a protein Ossein is found in concentric layers called _________

 

Q18.  The plasmalemma of muscles is commonly called as _________

 

Q19.  The plasmalemma of neurone is commonly called as __________

 

Q20.  The endoplasmic reticulum of muscle is commonly called as ________

 

Q21.  Where nissl’s granules are present?

 

Q22.  Pinna is made up of __________

 

Q23.  What is node of Ranvier?

 

Q24.  Name the  muscle, which is immune to fatigue.

Q25.  Horns, hoof and nails are made up of __________

 

 

Ans Q1.  Marcello Malpighi

Ans Q2.  Tissue

Ans Q3.  Ligament

Ans Q4.  Tendon

Ans Q5.  Cardiac Muscles

Ans Q6.  Cardiac Muscles

Ans Q7.  Voluntary muscles or Striped muscles or Skeletal muscle

Ans Q8.  In the lips and the blood vessels

Ans Q9.  In the trachea and in the fallopian tube

Ans Q10.  In the outer linings of thyroid glands, salivary glands and ovaries

Ans Q11.  Pavement epithelial tissue

Ans Q12.  Neuron

Ans Q13.  It is because blood cells are embedded on the liquid matrix called plasma

Ans Q14.  Chondroblast

Ans Q15.  Epithelial tissue

Ans Q16.  Connective tissue

Ans Q17.  Lamellae

Ans Q18.  Sarcolemma

Ans Q19.  Neurilemma

Ans Q20  Sarcoplasmic reticulum

Ans Q21.  In the neurone

Ans Q22.  Cartilage

Ans Q23.  The areas where myelin sheath of nerve touches the axon

Ans Q24.  Cardiac muscle

Ans Q25.  Epithelial tissue

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