Which of the following is a sub-mucosal gland ?

(1) Oxyntic glands of stomach

(2) Crypts of Lieberkuhn of small intestine

(3) Brunner's glands of the duodenum

(4) Goblet cells

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To move into the intestinal mucosa, fatty acids and glycerol are first incorporated into:

(1) Chyle

(2) Micelles

(3) Chylomicroms

(4) Lipoproteins

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A mass peristaltic movement is responsible for:-

1. Release of bile and pancreatic juice into the duodenum
2. Passage of chyme from stomach to duodenum
3. Vomiting
4. Defecation

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Which of the following glandular secretions involved in digestion would be most likely released initially as inactive precursors ?

(1) protein-digesting enzymes

(2) fat-solublizing bile salts

(3) acid-neutralising bicarbonate

(4) hormones such as gastrin

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What prevents the back flow of the fecal matter into the small intestine?

1. Ileo-caecal valve

2. Sphincter of Boyden

3. Meckel's diverticulum

4. Plicae semilunaris

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The parietal cells or the oxyntic cells located in the stomach's gastric pits mainly secrete:-
1. HCI and Intrinsic factor
2. Pepsinogen and Gastric lipase
3. Pepsinogen and Pro-rennin
4. Gastrin and Mucus

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The mucosal layer in the stomach form irregular folds known as:-
1. villi
2. lumen
3. rugae
4. crypts of Lieberkuhn

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What regulates the opening of oesophagus into the stomach?

1. A membranous valve

2. A muscular sphincter

3. A mesodermal septum

4. A cartilaginous flap

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Muscularis layer in the wall of the alimentary canal is formed by smooth muscles usually arranged into:-

1. an inner circular and an outer longitudinal layer.
2. an inner longitudinal and an outer circular layer.
3. both circular layers
4. both longitudinal layers

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Which of the following gastric secretory cells is correctly matched with its secretion(s) ?

1. Chief cells - gastrin

2. parietal cells -- hydrochloric acid and intrinsic factor

3. enteroendocrine cells -- mucus and hormones

4. mucous cells -- pepsinogen and mucus

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