Physiology MCQS for Test Preparation

S.NOPhysiology MCQSS.NOPhysiology MCQS
1Cardiovascular system Mcqs2Endocrinology Mcqs
3Hematology Mcqs4Renal System Mcqs
5Git and Liver Mcqs6Central Nervous System Mcqs
7Muscles and Neuromusclar Junction Mcqs8Respiratory System Mcqs
9Miscellaneous Mcqs10

1.which of the following secretions has a very high pH________________?

A. Gastric juice
B. Pancreatic juice
C. Bile in gall bladder
D. Saliva

2. Of the following is a reflex mediated by vagus ?

A. Bile flow from liver
B. Pancreatic secretion of bicarbonate
C. Cephalic phase of gastric secretion
D. Mucous secretion from the Brunner’s glands

3. Secretin is secreted by_____________?

A. Duodenum
B. Pancreas
C. Liver
D. Stomach

4. Peristalsis in the gut is due to ______________?

A. Preperistalitic intestinal secretion
B. Mecharical distension
C. Simultaneous action of circular and longitudinal muscles
D. Extrinsic nervous influence

5. The final sugars in intestinal chyme are____________?

A. Glucose & fructose
B. Ribose & mannose
C. Ribose & xylulos
D. Xylulose & fructose

6. The intrinsic factor for vitamins B12 absorption is produced in the______________?

A. Liver
B. Stomach
C. Pancreas
D. Duodenum

7. Peristalsis involves coordinated contraction and relaxation______________?

A. Above and below the food bolus
B. Lateral and medial to food bolus
C. Dorsal and ventral to food bolus
D. None of the above

8. Which is not produced enteroendocrinally_____________?

A. Intrinsic factor
B. Secretin
C. Motilin

9. The most important action of Secretin is to_____________?

A. neutralize the acid from the stomach
B. increase secretion of bicarbonates by pancreas
C. decrease gastric secretion
D. Cause contraction of pyloric sphincter

10. Trypsin is an activator of all of the following enzymes EXCEPT_______________?

A. Chymotrypsinogen
B. Pepsinogen
C. Proelastase
D. Procolipase

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