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Digestive System Quiz:

 

1. Which of these refers to the type of epithelium associated with the esophagus?

Transitional
Stratified squamous
Simple columnar
Stratified columnar

 

2. Which of these represents the type of epithelium associated with the cardiac region of the stomach?

Transitional
Stratified squamous
Simple columnar
Stratified columnar

 

3. Which of these cells produces hydrochloric acid (HCl) and intrinsic factor?

Chief cells
Parietal cells
Mucous neck cells
Acinar cells

 

4. Which of these cells produces pepsinogen?

Chief cells
Parietal cells
Mucous neck cells
Acinar cells

 

5. Which of these contains the myenteric plexus (plexus of Auerbach)?

Mucosa
Submucosa
Muscularis externa
Serosa

 

6. Which of these is most commonly associated with the Crypts of Lieberkuhn?

Colon
Ileum
Jejunum
Duodenum

 

7. Which of these is an alternative name for the chief cells of the stomach?

Acinar cell
Parietal cell
Zymogenic cell (granule)
Alpha cell

 

8. Which of these contains the muscularis mucosa?

Mucosa
Submucosa
Muscularis externa
Serosa

 

9. Which of these cells produces the clear, watery fluid associated with salivary glands?

Mucous cells
Serous demilunes
Hepatocytes
Kupffer cells

 

10. Which of these is NOT associated with a liver triad?

Arteriole
Central vein
Bile duct
Venule

 

11. Which of these terms refers to blood-filled spaces in body organs such as the liver?

Vessels
Ampullae
Sinusoids
Cannulas

 

12. Which of these are the exocrine cells of the pancreas?

Acinar cells
Parietal
Beta cells
Alpha cells

 

13. Which of these cells produce insulin?

Acinar cells
Parietal
Beta cells
Alpha cells

 

14. Which of these cells produce glucagon?

Acinar cells
Parietal
Beta cells
Alpha cells

 

15. Which of these structures is the “dumping area” for blood from the liver sinusoids?

Vessels
Ampullae
Sinusoids
Central vein

 

NOTE: You are also responsible for visual identification of all microslides and cat digestive organs as indicated in your objectives. Practical applications such as these are an inherent part of each laboratory activity and exam.