Connective Tissue, Cartilage, Bone

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1. What does procollagen need to undergo before forming collagen fibrils?

  • Hydrolysis of amino acids
  • Cleavage of propetide ends by collagen peptidase
  • Cleavage of propeptide ends by prolyl oxidase
  • Cleavage of propeptide ends by lysyl oxidase
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2. In which kind of connective tissue are mast cells found?

  • Cartilage
  • Dense regular connective tissue
  • Areolar tissue
  • Elastic tissue

3. What does the perichondrium produce?

  • Mesenchymal cells and collagen fibres
  • Mesenchymal cells only
  • Collagen fibres only
  • Chondrocytes and collagen fibres

4. What is Vitamin C a co-factor for?

  • Capsases
  • Protyl oxidase and Lysyl oxidase
  • Protyl oxidase only
  • Collagen peptidase

5. Where is Type I collagen found?

  • Tendons and bones
  • Hyaline cartilage, fibrocartilage
  • Tendons, bones, fibrocartilage and scar tissue
  • Hyaline cartilage only


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