Test: Connective Tissues In Animals


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QUESTION: 1

Glisson's capsule is a delicate connective tissue capsule covering the

Solution:

Each liver lobe is formed of hexagonal lobules surrounded by a connective tissue sheath called Glisson?s capsule.

QUESTION: 2

Which of the following is also known as packaging tissue?

Solution:

Arerolar tissue is known as packaging tissue. It is a type of connective tissue andhas a lot of space inside it which stores fat. Areolar tissue fills up the spaces between skin and other tissues.

QUESTION: 3

Which connective tissue is stored in specialized banks so that it can be obtained when needed during operations and accidents?

Solution:

Blood is a major connective tissue which is stored in specialized banks so that it can be obtained in case of accident and requirement of blood.

QUESTION: 4

Name the non-nucleated blood cells.

Solution:

These are cells without a nucleus, such as erythrocytes (Red blood Cells) that have this property probably to give more space to carry more Haemoglobin. The Nucleus contains the DNA on which a couple of processes can be carried out such as transcription (gene copying in the form of mRNA) and translation (of the gene into an amino-acid sequence (polypeptide chain)) . Also, mitosis is nuclear division, starting by the replication of DNA. That's why erythrocytes do not undergo mitosis, but wear out and are replaced.Human red blood cells are an example of a non-nucleated cell.Non nucleated cells are cells which contain cytoplasm but no nucleus. They cannot reproduce themselves or divide.

QUESTION: 5

Bone is important to the body since it:

Solution:

Bones play an important part in the overall function of your body. They provide a shape for your body, they protect vital organs such as your heart, and they even produce blood that is used by your body. When you walk or run, it is because your bones and muscles are working together.

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