Q.1:- Where is the hair shaft of hair is lodge?
Q.2:- Pigmentation of skin is due to the secretion from?
Q.3:- Where are the sweat glands in the human skin located?
Ans:- Dermis of Skin
Q.4:- What is the deeper layer of the skin of vertebrates called?
Q.5:- What are the receptors of touch present superficially in the skin called?
Ans:- Meissner’s Corpuscles
Q.6:- Which are Meibomian glands associated with?
Ans: Eyelids of Mammals
Q.7:- What is the periodical shed of epidermal skin in snakes called.
Q.8:- What is the second part of small intestine in man known as?
Q.9:- What is the longest part of alimentary canal?
Q.10:- Crypts of lieberkuhn of Ileum can be considered as examples of which of the following?
Ans:- Simple Tubular
Q.11:- What converts glycogen to glucose?
Q.12:- Which hormone does stomach secrete?
Q.13:- What is the term used for the synthesis of glycogen from Glucose?
Q.14:- Which is the first proteolytic enzyme to act on proteins?
Q.15:- The digestion of which of the following releases nitrogenous wastes into the body?
Q.16:- Where does the digestion of starch in mammals start?
Q.17:- What is the bolus of food in acidic medium after digestion called?
Q.18:- The deficiency of which vitamin causes night blindness?
Ans:- Vitamin A
Q.19:- Which is the essential mineral for the synthesis of protein in the body?
Q.20:- What are Bilirubin and Biliverdin?
Ans:- Bile Pigments
Q.21:- What are the functional units of lungs?
Q.22:- Maximum Carbon Dioxide is carried in the blood by which method?
Ans:- RBC as Bicarbonate Ion
Q.23:- Which is the respiratory pigment with least Oxygen carrying capacity?
Q.24:- What is the total lung capacity?
Q.25:- Where is the pneumotaxic centre acting on the inspiratory centre producing inhibition located?