CRR HISTOLOGY Respiratory System
NOTE: The following questions are designed for introductory drill (i.e., to practice basic vocabulary and description of cell structure and function in the respiratory system).
These questions do not necessarily represent the quality of questions which will appear on the CRR Unit evaluation.
[An mp3 file of this question set has been recorded by SIUC Anthropology student M. Campbell.]
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Multiple choice questions.
Point to an answer. Green color and bold indicates "CORRECT." Red color and italics indicates "Wrong answer."
(NOTE: In cases where all of the responses are correct, only "all of the above" will be indicated as correct.)
- Which epithelial cell surface specialization is used to move mucous and particles along the surface?
- Pseudostratified columnar, ciliated epithelium is found lining the:
- The cell type in the olfactory epithelium whose nuclei are positioned most apically is the:
- The most numerous cell type in the olfactory epithelium, whose nuclei are positioned at several levels in the lower portion of the epithelium, is the:
- Olfactory receptor cells:
- have several extremely long cilia for extensive exposure of receptor surface membrand.
- can be replaced by cell division, when worn out or damaged.
- are supported by sustentacular cells.
- are nerve cells with axons extending through the cribriform plate into the olfactory bulb of the brain.
- all of the above
- Nasal mucosa includes:
- Small sero-mucous glands may be found in the mucosa of the:
- In which of the following are goblet cells most frequent?
- As respiratory passages branch from trachea to bronchioles, the epithelium gradually changes from:
- Simple squamous epithelium lines the:
- Alveolar type I cells are:
- Alveolar type II cells are:
- Alveolar dust cells (macrophages) are:
- The entire alveolar wall or septum (separating adjacent alveoli) consists of:
- Non-ciliated cuboidal cells in bronchiole epithelium that are thought to be involved in absorption or secretion are called:
- The thickness of interalveolar septa separating adjacent alveoli is typically:
- The thickness of the gas-exchange membrane separating alveolar air from blood in capillaries is typically:
- The lining of the pleural cavity is:
- C-shaped rings that form the framework of the trachea and help keep it open are composed of:
- Which of the following is devoid of hyaline cartilage?
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