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11. Production of bile takes place in____________________?
A. The gall bladder
B. Kupffer cells
C. Hepatic duct
12. The most important function of hydrochloric acid in the stomach is_______________?
A. Destruction of bacteria
B. Neutralization of chyme
C. Activation of pepsinogen
D. Stimulation of pancreatic secretion
13. Maximum secretory glands in stomach are________________?
A. Fundic glands
B. Pyloric glands
C. Gastric glands
D. Brunner’s glands
14. Vagal stimulation following intake of food does not affect secretion of_______________?
D. Gall bladder
15. Cephalic phase of gastric secretion is mediated by ______________?
A. Neuro hormones
16. Most potent stimulus for secretin is______________?
A. Dilattion of intestine
B. Acid chyme
17. Cholagogues are the substances, which cause______________?
A. Contraction of the gallbladder
B. Increase concentration of bile
C. Increase secretion of bile
D. Favours acidification of bile
18. Small intestinal peristalsis is controlled by _______________?
A. Myentric plexus
B. Meissners plexus
C. Vagus nerve
19. Pepsinogen is activated by ___________________ ?
B. Low pH
20. Pharyngeal phase of deglutition_____________?
A. Is a reflex mechanism
B. Vocal cords are closed
C. Is a voluntary mechanism
D. A and B