Structure and Function [Subject SAT (College Board) Biology]: Questions 6 - 9 of 82

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Question 6

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Which one of the following statement is correct about ‘Sertoli cells also called as nurse cells’?

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a.

Found in seminiferous tubules and provide nutrition to germ cells

b.

Found in ovaries and secrete progesterone

c.

Found in pancreas and secrete cholecystokinin

d.

Found in adrenal cortex and secrete adrenaline

e.

None of the above

Question 7

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Where do precursor T-lymphocytes develop into fully competent but not yet activated T-cells?

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a.

The thymus gland

b.

The spleen

c.

The bone marrow

d.

The lymph nodes

e.

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Question 8

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Diagram of the Digestive system is given here. Identify the parts A, B, C, D.

Figure of the parts of digestive system

Figure of the Parts of Digestive System

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Choice (5)Response

a.

A. Food pipe B. Pancreas C. Gall bladder D. Oesophagus

b.

A. Trachea B. Rectum C. Pancreas D. Gall bladder

c.

A. Food pipe B. Gall bladder C. Pancreas D. Rectum

d.

A. Oesophagus B. Pancreas C. Gall bladder D. Rectum

e.

None of the above

Question 9

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What is the difference between cartilage and bone?

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a.

Bone is more primitive tissue than cartilage.

b.

Cartilage is outside the body, and bone is inside.

c.

Cartilage is rubbery, and bone is firm.

d.

Bone is rubbery, and cartilage is firm.

e.

None of the above