Anatomy Mock Test 1 0 Welcome to your Anatomy Mock Test 1 Welcome to your Anatomy Mock Test 1 Instructions: Please Click on Next Button to Start your Test. Do not Refresh the Page unless you submit the Quiz and want to Retake it. Retake/Refresh of Page should be done only after Submission of Quiz. If you want to Retake this Test after Submission please refresh the Page. Result will be shown after submission of Test Time of This Test is 20 Minutes, so you have to submit Quiz before that. You can leave suggestions/Feedback in comment Box bellow. 1. The periosteal arteries are derived from: A major artery passing near the bone. Anastomosis around the joints Nutrient artery of the bone. Muscular arteries of the muscles attached to the bone Meta physeal arteries 2. Which of the following belongs to the diarthrosis variety of joints? Gomphosis Synchondrosis Symphysis Synovial joints Sutural joints 3. Which of the following function as resistance vessel? Elastic arteries Muscular arteries Arterioles Venules Capillaries 4. The acrosome reaction occurs: When the spermatozoa are traveling through the uterine cavity Just before the penetration of corona radiata When the sperm cell membrane comes in contact with the corona radiata cells When the sperm cell membrane comes in contact with the zona pellucida When the sperm head has penetrated through the zona pellucida 5. The lining of the primary yolk sac is called: Amnion Epiblast Somatopleuric extraembryonic mesoderm Chorion Heuser's membrane 6. Which of the following is a derivative of mesoderm: Lens of eye Pituitary gland Mammary gland Enamel of teeth Cortex of suprarenal gland 7. The largest bundle of commissural fibres in the brain is called: Anterior commissure Posterior commissure Habenular commissure Corpus callosum Fornix 8. The inferior horn of the lateral ventricle extends into the: Frontal lobe of cerebral hemisphere Temporal lobe of cerebral hemisphere Occipital lobe of cerebral hemisphere Diencephalon Midbrain 9. Tectum is a part of: Diencephalon Midbrain Pons Medulla oblongata Cerebellum. 10. In each posterior gray column of the spinal cord, the group of neurons lying just anterior to the substantia gelatinosa is called: Nucleus dorsalis Nucleus proprius Visceral afferent nucleus Accessory nucleus Lumbosacral nucleus 11. Which of the following structures take part in the formation of the roof of 4th ventricle of brain? Superior colliculi. Inferior colliculi. Pineal body. Superior medullary velum. Facial colliculus. 12. The primary motor area is located on the? Precentral gyrus. Postcentral gyrus. Middle frontal gyrus. Superior temporal gyrus. Middle temporal gyrus. 13. Which of the following cell components is not surrounded by a membrane? Lysosomes. Microbodies. Mitochondria. Nucleus. Nucleolus. 14. An example of the stratified squamous non-keratinized epithelium is constituted by the lining epithelium of: Trachea. Urinary bladder. Oesophagus. Stomach. Conjunctiva. 15. Production of antibodies is the function of: Fibroblasts. Plasma cells. Histiocytes. Mast cells. Fat cells. 16. The connective tissue covering of a skeletal muscle fasciculus is called: Glycocalyx. Perineurium. Perimysium. Endomysium. Periosteum. 17. The cortex of a lymph node contains: Lymphatic nodules. Cords of Billroth. Periarterial lymphatic sheaths. Venous sinuses. Hassal's corpuscles 18. Which of the following cell types performs a phagocytic function in the epidermis? Merkel cells. Langerhans cells. Keratinocytes. Melanocytes. Monocytes. 19. The intercalated ducts of the salivary glands are lined by: Tall columnar epithelium. Low cuboidal epithelium. Simple squamous epithelium. Stratified squamous epithelium. Stratified cuboidal epithelium. 20. Von-Ebner's glands are found: On the soft palate. On the lips. On the cheeks. On the tongue. In the wall of oesophagus. 21. The oesophagus is lined by: Simple columnar epithelium Simple cuboidal epithelium Simple squamous epithelium Stratified squamous keratinized epithelium Stratified squamous non-keratinized epithelium 22. The muscles of the tongue are derived from: Myotomes of cervical somites 1st pharyngeal arch mesenchyme 2nd pharyngeal arch mesenchyme Preotic myotomes Myotomes of occipital somites 23. Which of the following muscles is a derivative of the third pharyngeal arch: Mylohyoid Tensor tympani Stylohyoid Stylopharyngeus Cricothyroid 24. Incomplete fusion of the two medial nasal swellings results in the production of: Oblique facial cleft Median cleft of upper lip Lateral cleft of upper lip Macrostomia. Microstomia 25. The medial one third of the superior nuchal line gives origin to: Splenius capitus Trapezius Sternocleidomastoid Semispinalis capitus Occipital belly of occipitofrontalis 26. Which of the following structures passes through the mandibular foramen: Inferior alveolar nerve Mandibular nerve Lingual nerve Mylohyoid nerve. Hypoglossal nerve 27. The superficial temporal and maxillary veins join to form: Posterior auricular vein External jugular vein Retromandibular vein Internal jugular vein Angular vein 28. The medial branch of the dorsal ramus of C2 spinal nerve is known as: Great auricular nerve. Greater occipital nerve Lesser occipital nerve Auriculotemporal nerve Posterior auricular nerve. 29. The skin of the angle of mandible is supplied by: Auriculotemporal nerve Mental nerve. Infra-orbital nerve Great auricular nerve Zygomaticotemporal nerve 30. The deep facial vein connects the facial vein to: Cavernous sinus Pterygoid venous plexus. Internal jugular vein Maxillary vein. Superior ophthalmic vein. 31. The investing layer of deep cervical fascia splits to enclose: Thyroid gland Hyoid bone. Arch of aorta. Parotid gland Submandibular gland 32. Which of the following muscles lies in the floor of the posterior triangle of neck: Scalenus anterior Scalenus medius Sternocleidomastoid. Trapezius Sternohyoid. 33. The posteromedial surface of the parotid gland is related to: Masseter. Ramus of mandible Temporomandibular joint Styloid process Branches of the facial nerve. 34. The postganglionic secretomotor fibres reach the parotid gland through the: Glossopharyngeal nerve Greater petrosal nerve Lesser petrosal nerve Great auricular nerve Auriculotemporal nerve 35. The sensory root of the facial nerve is known as: Chorda tympani Nervous intermedius Lesser petrosal nerve Greater petrosal nerve Nerve of pterygoid canal 36. Which of the following is a deep (medial) relation of the lateral pterygoid muscle? Ramus of mandible. Maxillary artery Sphenomandibular ligament. Superior pharyngeal constrictor. Stylopharyngeus. 37. Which of the following muscles assists in the elevation of the mandible? Lateral pterygoid. Medial pterygoid. Digastric Genohyoid. Mylohyoid 38. The taste sensation from the posterior one-third of the tongue is carried by: Chorda tympani. Lingual nerve. Hypoglossal nerve. Glossopharyngeal nerve Inferior alveolar nerve. 39. The lymphatics of the palantine tonsil drain into: Postauricular lymph nodes. Occipital lymph nodes. Reteropharyngeal lymph nodes. Jugulodigastric lymph nodes. Jugulo-omohyoid lymph nodes 40. Which of the following is a branch of the maxillary nerve? Zygomaticotemporal Supratrochlear. Infratrochlear. External nasal. Buccal. 41. The lymphatics from the tip of the tongue drain into: Submandibular lymph nodes Submental lymph nodes Parotid lymph nodes. Jugulodigastric lymph nodes. Jugulo-omohyoid lymph nodes. 42. The lateral wall of the infratemporal fossa is formed by: Lateral pterygoid plate. Tensor palatini muscle. Zygomatic arch Ramus of mandible Carotid sheath 43. The posterior auricular nerve is a branch of: Chorda tympani. Great auricular Facial. Auriculotemporal. Accessory 44. The medial surface of the thyroid lobe is related to: Longus colli. Superior pharyngeal constrictor. Carotid sheath Recurrent laryngeal nerve. Sympathetic trunk. 45. The superior meatus of nose contains the opening of: Anterior ethmoidal air cells Middle ethmoidal air cells. Posterior ethmoidal air cells. Maxillary air sinus. Frontal air sinus Time is Up!