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131. The cells which do not undergo mitotic divisions___________?

A. Smooth muscle cells
B. Endotheilial cells
C. Bone marrow cells
D. Neurons

132. Which of the following has least capacity for regeneration_________________?

A. Cardiac muscle
B. Skeletal muscle
C. Neurons
D. All of the above

133. Synthesis of DNA occurs in Which phase of cellAcycle________________?

A. Mitosis – M phase
B. Gap – G2 phase
C. Gap – G1 phase
D. Synthesis – S phase

134. Tumour which shows origin from more than one germ layers is known as________________?

A. Teratoma
B. Plemorphic tumours
C. Choristoma
D. Hamartoma

135. Immune response to tumour is mediated by_______________?

A. Cytotoxic T – lymphocytes
B. Natural killer cells
C. Humoral mechanism
D. All of the above

136. Tumour arising from secetory and glandular epithelium are__________________?

A. Adenomas
B. Adenosarcomas
C. Angiomas
D. Both A and B

137. Incomplete fractures of the bone are called___________?

A. Comminuted fracture
B. Compound fracture
C. Simple fracture
D. Green stick fracture

138. The factor which gives strength in wound healing_____________?

A. Collagen
B. Blood supply
C. Growth factors
D. Hormones

139. All of the following events are common to primary and secondary wound healing except_____________?

A. Formation of blood clot
B. Inflammatory response
C. Epithelial changes
D. Wound contraction

140. Wounds which are clean uninfected and surgically incised, with edge of wounds approxiamated by sutures heal by____________?

A. Primary intention
B. Secondary intention
C. Cicatrisation
D. All of the above