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  1. Veins have smaller lumen and thicker wall.
    False
  2. Post-capillary venules are present in __________.
    Heart
    Lungs
    Lymphoid organs
    Lymphoid organs
  3. Type of capillaries in kidneys are __________.
    Continuous
    Fenestrated
    Porous
    porous
  4. Type of capillaries in the liver are _______.
    Continuous
    Fenestrated
    Porous
    Sinusoidal
    Sinusoidal
  5. PCV is normally ____________.
    1%
    45%
    70%
    92%
    45%
  6. Buffy coat has __________.
    RBC +WBC
    WBC + plasma
    RBC + platelets
    WBC + platelets
    WBC + platelets
  7. What species has the largest RBCs?
    Horse
    Dog
    Cat
    Goat
    dog
  8. Variation in size of RBCs is termed _____________.
    Anisocytosis
    Poikilocytosis
    Anisocoria
    Anisocytosis
  9. What species has prominent poikilocytosis?
    Horse
    Dog
    Cat
    Goat
    goat
  10. Rouleaux formation is prominent in a normal blood smear from a ____________.
    Goat
    Dog
    Cat
    Cow
    cat
  11. What species is most susceptible to Heinz body formation?
    Goat
    Dog
    Cat
    Cow
    cat
  12. Average life span of RBCs in dogs is ___________.
    75 days
    85 days
    120 days
    150 days
    160 days
    120 days
  13. What cells will be predominant on DLC in the horse?
    Neutrophils
    Lymphocytes
    Monocytes
    Basophils
    Neutrophils
  14. Neutrophils remain in circulation for _________.
    120 days
    1 week
    12 hours
    One month
    12 hrs
  15. Function of neutrophils is __________.
    Oxygen transport
    Phagocytosis
    Allergic reactions
    Against parasites
    phagocytosis
  16. Macrophages are derived from __________.
    Neutrophils
    Lymphocytes
    Eosinophils
    Monocytes
    Monocytes
  17. T-cells are produced in ________.
    Cloacal bursa
    Thymus
    Bone marrow
    Spleen
    thymus
  18. Heterophils are present in ________.
    Horses
    Dogs
    Cats
    Birds
    birds
  19. Histamine is released by ________.
    Eosinophils
    Neutrophils
    Basophils
    Monocytes
    basophils
  20. Plasma cells develop from __________.
    T-lymphocytes
    B-lymphocytes
    Basophils
    Monocytes
    b-lymphocytes
  21. Majority of cells in circulation are _________.
    T-lymphocytes
    B-lymphocytes
    Natural killer cell
    t-lymphocytes
  22. Stroma of thymus is formed by __________.
    Reticular cells
    Epithelial reticular cells
    Loose CT
    Dense irregular CT
    epithelial reticular fibers
  23. Stroma of spleen is formed by __________.
    Reticular CT
    Epithelial reticular cells
    Loose CT
    Dense irregular CT
    reticular ct
  24. Hassal’s Corpuscles are part of ________.
    Red pulp
    White pulp
    Thymus
    Lymph node
    thymus
  25. PALS is part of ________.
    Red pulp
    White pulp
    Thymus
    Lymph node
    white pulp
  26. Thymus and spleen have _______.
    Afferent lymph vessels
    Efferent lymph vessels
    efferent lymph vessels
  27. Organ that eliminates bloodborne antigens is ______________.
    Cloacal bursa
    Thymus
    Spleen
    Lymph nodes
    spleen
  28. in the spleen the filtration of blood takes place at ___________.
    Central artery
    Venous sinuses
    Marginal zone
    PALS
    marginal zone
  29. Peyer’s Patches are present in ________.
    Duodenum
    Jejunum
    Ileum
    Colon
    ileum
  30. Hemal nodes are present in __________.
    Horse
    Cat
    Cow
    Dog
    cow
  31. Epithelium in cloacal bursa is _______.
    Simple columnar
    Simple cuboidal
    Pseudostratified
    Transitional
    pseudostratified
  32. The period of growth and maturation of the organ system is called ______.
    Pre-embryonic period
    Embryonic period
    Fetal period
    None of the above
    fetal
  33. An individual in its development passes through a series of constructive stages like those in the evolutionary development of the race to which it belongs, this is called ____________.
    Epigenetic theory
    theory of recapitulation
    Ontogeny
    Phylogeny
    theory of recapitulation
  34. The development occurs through progressive growth and differentiation through a series of causal interactions between various parts, denotes the ____________.
    Theory of recapitulation
    Epigenetic theory
    Ontogeny
    Phylogeny
    epigenetic theory
  35. Primordial germ cells originate from the _______.
    Wall of allantois
    Wall of amnion
    Wall of choriond
    Wall of yolk sac
    wall of yolk sac
  36. Which structure is ovulated in most mammals?Oogonium
    Primary oocyte
    Secondary oocyte
    Zygote
    secondary oocyte
  37. Cats and rabbits are _________.
    Induced ovulators
    Spontaneous ovulators
    induced ovulators
  38. Removal of glycoprotein coat and seminal plasma protein from the plasma membranes that overlies the acrosomal region of the spermatozoa is ___________.
    Acrosomal reaction
    Capacitation
    Fertilization
    Implantation
    capacitation
  39. When a pregnant female ovulates, conceives, and produces a second, younger fetus, it is called __________.
    Superfecundation
    Superfetation
    Polyspermy
    Ectopic pregnancy
    superfetation

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