Tissue Level of Organization MCQs - Pharmacy Freak

Tissue Level of Organization MCQs

We have provided 50 MCQs on Tissue Level of Organization MCQs, Unit-1, 1st semester, Human Anatomy and physiology, B. Pharm. We have covered following topics.

Classification of tissues, structure, location and functions of epithelial, muscular and nervous and connective tissues.

MCQs on Tissue Level of Organization

What is the primary function of epithelial tissue?

  • A) Support
  • B) Contraction
  • C) Protection
  • D) Coordination

Correct Answer:  C) Protection

Which of the following is NOT a type of epithelial tissue?

  • A) Simple squamous
  • B) Stratified cuboidal
  • C) Elastic cartilage
  • D) Pseudostratified columnar

Correct Answer:  C) Elastic cartilage

Smooth muscle tissue is primarily found in which location?

  • A) Heart
  • B) Skeletal muscles
  • C) Walls of internal organs
  • D) Nervous system

Correct Answer:  C) Walls of internal organs

Which tissue type is responsible for transmitting electrical signals in the body?

  • A) Epithelial tissue
  • B) Muscular tissue
  • C) Nervous tissue
  • D) Connective tissue

Correct Answer:  C) Nervous tissue

Connective tissue is characterized by:

  • A) High cellularity
  • B) Lack of extracellular matrix
  • C) Contraction ability
  • D) Providing structural support

Correct Answer:  D) Providing structural support

Adipose tissue is a type of:

  • A) Epithelial tissue
  • B) Muscular tissue
  • C) Nervous tissue
  • D) Connective tissue

Correct Answer:  D) Connective tissue

Skeletal muscles are classified as which type of muscle tissue?

  • A) Smooth
  • B) Cardiac
  • C) Striated
  • D) Involuntary

Correct Answer:  C) Striated

Which of the following is a characteristic of nervous tissue?

  • A) Excitability
  • B) Elasticity
  • C) High cellularity
  • D) Storage of nutrients

Correct Answer:  A) Excitability

The lining of the respiratory tract is primarily composed of which type of epithelial tissue?

  • A) Simple squamous
  • B) Stratified cuboidal
  • C) Simple columnar
  • D) Stratified squamous

Correct Answer:  C) Simple columnar

Cartilage is an example of which type of connective tissue?

  • A) Bone
  • B) Blood
  • C) Dense connective tissue
  • D) Supportive connective tissue

Correct Answer:  D) Supportive connective tissue

Where is stratified squamous epithelium most commonly found in the body?

  • A) Skin epidermis
  • B) Stomach lining
  • C) Kidney tubules
  • D) Alveoli in the lungs

Correct Answer:  A) Skin epidermis

Which type of muscle tissue is voluntary and under conscious control?

  • A) Smooth muscle
  • B) Cardiac muscle
  • C) Skeletal muscle
  • D) Involuntary muscle

Correct Answer:  C) Skeletal muscle

Which connective tissue provides cushioning and support in various organs, such as the liver and spleen?

  • A) Areolar tissue
  • B) Adipose tissue
  • C) Reticular tissue
  • D) Dense regular tissue

Correct Answer:  A) Areolar tissue

The axons and dendrites of neurons are extensions of which part of the nerve cell?

  • A) Nucleus
  • B) Cell body (soma)
  • C) Golgi apparatus
  • D) Mitochondria

Correct Answer:  B) Cell body (soma)

Which type of epithelial tissue is specialized for rapid diffusion of gases and filtration in the lungs and kidneys?

  • A) Simple squamous
  • B) Stratified cuboidal
  • C) Stratified squamous
  • D) Transitional epithelium

Correct Answer:  A) Simple squamous

What is the primary function of dense regular connective tissue?

  • A) Storage of fat
  • B) Support and protection
  • C) Withstand tension along one axis
  • D) Support the liver

Correct Answer:  C) Withstand tension along one axis

Which of the following is NOT a type of neuron?

  • A) Sensory neuron
  • B) Motor neuron
  • C) Epithelial neuron
  • D) Interneuron

Correct Answer:  C) Epithelial neuron

Cardiac muscle tissue is primarily found in which organ?

  • A) Liver
  • B) Heart
  • C) Kidney
  • D) Lungs

Correct Answer:  B) Heart

Which connective tissue type forms the structural framework of lymph nodes, spleen, and bone marrow?

  • A) Adipose tissue
  • B) Reticular tissue
  • C) Dense regular tissue
  • D) Elastic tissue

Correct Answer:  B) Reticular tissue

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium is commonly found in which part of the body’s respiratory system?

  • A) Trachea
  • B) Stomach lining
  • C) Small intestine
  • D) Liver

Correct Answer:  A) Trachea

What is the primary function of transitional epithelial tissue?

  • A) Absorption
  • B) Protection
  • C) Stretch and recoil
  • D) Secretion

Correct Answer:  C) Stretch and recoil

Which type of muscle tissue is found in the walls of the heart?

  • A) Skeletal muscle
  • B) Smooth muscle
  • C) Cardiac muscle
  • D) Striated muscle

Correct Answer:  C) Cardiac muscle

Which connective tissue type has a liquid matrix and plays a crucial role in transporting oxygen and nutrients throughout the body?

  • A) Areolar tissue
  • B) Adipose tissue
  • C) Blood tissue
  • D) Dense regular tissue

Correct Answer:  C) Blood tissue

Neurons are specialized for:

  • A) Transmitting electrical signals
  • B) Contracting muscles
  • C) Storing energy
  • D) Forming a protective barrier

Correct Answer:  A) Transmitting electrical signals

Where is simple cuboidal epithelium commonly found in the body?

  • A) Lining of the respiratory tract
  • B) Kidney tubules
  • C) Skin epidermis
  • D) Stomach lining

Correct Answer:  B) Kidney tubules

What is the primary function of elastic connective tissue?

  • A) Support and protection
  • B) Storage of energy
  • C) Maintaining shape and flexibility
  • D) Transmitting electrical signals

Correct Answer:  C) Maintaining shape and flexibility

Schwann cells and oligodendrocytes are associated with which type of tissue?

  • A) Epithelial tissue
  • B) Muscular tissue
  • C) Nervous tissue
  • D) Connective tissue

Correct Answer:  C) Nervous tissue

Which muscle tissue type is responsible for involuntary contractions of the digestive tract?

  • A) Skeletal muscle
  • B) Cardiac muscle
  • C) Smooth muscle
  • D) Striated muscle

Correct Answer:  C) Smooth muscle

What is the primary function of goblet cells in epithelial tissue?

  • A) Secreting mucus
  • B) Absorbing nutrients
  • C) Transmitting nerve impulses
  • D) Providing structural support

Correct Answer:  A) Secreting mucus

Which connective tissue type forms the framework for the external ear and the epiglottis?

  • A) Adipose tissue
  • B) Reticular tissue
  • C) Elastic tissue
  • D) Hyaline cartilage

Correct Answer:  D) Hyaline cartilage

Which of the following is a function of simple columnar epithelial tissue?

  • A) Rapid diffusion
  • B) Stretch and recoil
  • C) Secretion and absorption
  • D) Protection against abrasion

Correct Answer:  C) Secretion and absorption

Which type of muscle tissue is characterized by a single nucleus and involuntary contractions?

  • A) Skeletal muscle
  • B) Cardiac muscle
  • C) Smooth muscle
  • D) Striated muscle

Correct Answer:  C) Smooth muscle

Tendons and ligaments are primarily composed of which connective tissue type?

  • A) Dense regular connective tissue
  • B) Elastic connective tissue
  • C) Areolar connective tissue
  • D) Reticular connective tissue

Correct Answer:  A) Dense regular connective tissue

The myelin sheath, which insulates and speeds up nerve impulse transmission, is produced by which cells in the nervous tissue?

  • A) Neurons
  • B) Schwann cells
  • C) Astrocytes
  • D) Oligodendrocytes

Correct Answer:  B) Schwann cells

What is the primary function of stratified squamous epithelial tissue in the skin?

  • A) Secretion
  • B) Rapid diffusion
  • C) Protection against mechanical and chemical stresses
  • D) Stretch and recoil

Correct Answer:  C) Protection against mechanical and chemical stresses

Which connective tissue type provides insulation and stores energy in the body?

  • A) Adipose tissue
  • B) Reticular tissue
  • C) Blood tissue
  • D) Hyaline cartilage

Correct Answer:  A) Adipose tissue

Neuroglia are cells found in which tissue?

  • A) Epithelial tissue
  • B) Muscular tissue
  • C) Nervous tissue
  • D) Connective tissue

Correct Answer:  C) Nervous tissue

Which type of muscle tissue is under involuntary control and contains intercalated discs?

  • A) Skeletal muscle
  • B) Cardiac muscle
  • C) Smooth muscle
  • D) Striated muscle

Correct Answer:  B) Cardiac muscle

What is the primary function of goblet cells in the respiratory tract?

  • A) Contraction
  • B) Secretion of enzymes
  • C) Transmission of nerve impulses
  • D) Production of mucus for trapping foreign particles

Correct Answer:  D) Production of mucus for trapping foreign particles

Where is elastic cartilage commonly found in the human body?

  • A) Nose
  • B) Ear
  • C) Knee joint
  • D) Spinal cord

Correct Answer:  B) Ear

Which type of epithelial tissue lines the urinary bladder and allows for stretching?

  • A) Simple squamous
  • B) Stratified cuboidal
  • C) Transitional epithelium
  • D) Simple columnar

Correct Answer:  C) Transitional epithelium

Cardiac muscle cells are connected by specialized junctions called:

  • A) Tight junctions
  • B) Desmosomes
  • C) Gap junctions
  • D) Hemidesmosomes

Correct Answer:  C) Gap junctions

Which connective tissue type forms the external ear and the epiglottis?

  • A) Adipose tissue
  • B) Reticular tissue
  • C) Elastic tissue
  • D) Hyaline cartilage

Correct Answer:  D) Hyaline cartilage

What is the primary function of ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium in the respiratory tract?

  • A) Protection against abrasion
  • B) Rapid diffusion of gases
  • C) Stretch and recoil
  • D) Storage of nutrients

Correct Answer:  A) Protection against abrasion

Where is dense irregular connective tissue commonly found in the body?

  • A) Skin dermis
  • B) Tendons
  • C) Ligaments
  • D) Bone tissue

Correct Answer:  A) Skin dermis

Which type of muscle tissue is striated and contains intercalated discs?

  • A) Skeletal muscle
  • B) Cardiac muscle
  • C) Smooth muscle
  • D) Involuntary muscle

Correct Answer:  B) Cardiac muscle

Which connective tissue type is responsible for the formation of blood cells in the bone marrow?

  • A) Adipose tissue
  • B) Reticular tissue
  • C) Blood tissue
  • D) Elastic tissue

Correct Answer:  C) Blood tissue

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