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Respiratory System Quiz:

 

1. Which type of epithelium is associated with bronchioles located nearest the bronchi?

Pseudostratified ciliated columnar
Stratified columnar
Ciliated columnar
Cuboidal cells

 

2. Which type of epithelium is associated with bronchioles located nearest the alveoli?

Pseudostratified ciliated columnar
Stratified columnar
Ciliated columnar
Cuboidal cells

 

3. Which form of cartilage is associated with the trachea?

Elastic
Fibrous
Reticular
Hyaline

 

4. Which of these is most directly associated with the thyroid cartilage?

Hyoid bone
Cricoid cartilage
Laryngeal prominence
Cricotracheal ligament

 

5. Where are seromucous glands located?

Mucosa
Submucosa
Muscularis externa
Serosa

 

6. Which of these represents the placement of the widest part of the cricoid cartilage?

The widest part is located on the left side.
The widest part is located on the right side.
The widest part is located anteriorly.
The widest part is located posteriorly.

 

7. Which of these is immediately below the epithelium of the bronchiole?

Lamina propria
Smooth muscle
Hyaline cartilage
Seromucous glands

 

8. Which of these would follow the last of the bronchioles?

Alveolar sac
Alveolus
Alveolar duct
Alveolar segment

 

9.Which of these would be located immediately above a single alveolus?

Alveolar sac
Alveolar tubule
Alveolar duct
Alveolar segment

 

10.Which of these is the type of epithelium associated with alveolar sacs?

Pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium
Cuboidal epithelium
Squamous epithelium
Stratified squamous epithelium

 

11.Which of these terms refers to the "empty space" in a blood vessel, bronchiole, or other body structures?

Ampullae
Lumen
Ampharc
Hilus

 

12. Which choice refers to "Breathing in and out"?

Perfusion
External respiration
Internal respiration
Transport of gases
Respiration

 

13. Which choice means the same as breathing?

Pulmonary ventilation
External respiration
Internal respiration
Transport of gases
E. Perfusion

 

14. Which choice refers to the exchange of gases between the blood and the air sacs?

Pulmonary ventilation
External respiration
Internal respiration
Transport of gases
Respiration

 

15. Which choice refers to the exchange of gases between the blood and the cells of the body?

Pulmonary ventilation
External respiration
Internal respiration
Transport of gases
Respiration

 

NOTE: You are responsible forvisual identification of the respiratory organs of the cat, and also of thevarious microslides associated with this particular laPractical applicationssuch as these are an inherent part of each laboratory activity and exam.