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Question number: 493

» Nervous & Endocrine Systems

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The cranial nerve that is associated with digestion

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Hypoglossal

b.

Vagus

c.

Olfactory

d.

Optic

e.

Abducens

Question number: 494

» Reproductive System & Development

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Which of the following is NOT derived from ectoderm?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Adrenal medulla

b.

Epithelium pituitary gland

c.

Tooth enamel

d.

Dermis of skin

e.

Cornea and lens of eye

Question number: 495

» Digestive & Excretory Systems

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The mechanism that removes small nutrients, ions, and water from the glomerular filtrate is called

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Glomerular filtration

b.

Tubular reabsorption

c.

Reverse osmosis

d.

Tubular secretion

e.

Passive diffusion

Question number: 496

» Digestive & Excretory Systems

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Which of the following sequence is correct w. r. t the passage of glomerular filtrate in a nephron?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Collecting tubule → Bowman’s capsule→ proximal convoluted tubule → distal tubule

b.

Bowman’s capsule → distal tubule → collecting tubule → proximal convoluted tubule

c.

Bowman’s capsule → loop of Henle → collecting tubule → distal tubule

d.

Bowman’s capsule → loop of Henle → distal tubule → collecting tubule

e.

Bowman’s capsule → distal tubule → loop of Henle → collecting tubule

Question number: 497

» Circulatory, Immune & Lymphatic Systems

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Which chemical interferes with the functioning of platelets?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Fibrinogen

b.

Serotonin

c.

Plasminogen

d.

Heparin

e.

Histamine

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