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6. What is found in the matrix of cartilage?

  • Type II collagen, Proteoglycans, Water, Hyaluronic acid
  • Type I collagen, Proteoglycans, Water
  • Hyaluronic acid, Type II collagen, Glycosaminoglycans, Water
  • Glycosaminoglycans, Proteoglycans, Type II collagen, Water, Hyaluronic acid

7. What do osteoblasts secrete during ossification of the cartilage template?

  • Calcium Hydroxypatite
  • Collagen I fibres and Calcium Hydroxpatite
  • Collagen II fibres and Calcium Hydroxypatite
  • Collagen I fibres and Collagen II fibres

8. What do fibroblasts produce?

  • Proteoglycans
  • Collagen fibres only
  • Collagen and Elastin fibres
  • Elastin fibres only

9. What are the components of Connective Tissue Proper ground substance?

  • Proteoglycans, Glycosaminoglycans and Elastin and Collagen fibres
  • Proteins, Glycosaminoglycans and Collagen fibres
  • Fibroblasts, Elastin and Collagen fibres
  • Proteoglycans, Glycosaminoglycans and Cartilage

10. What cartilage is found in a synovial joint?

  • Hyaline cartilage
  • Fibrocartilage only
  • Hyaline cartilage and fibrocartilage
  • Collagen

11. Where is areolar tissue found?

  • Organ capsules and hypodermis
  • Hypodermis, surrounding organs, between blood vessels and nerves
  • Dermis of skin, surrounding organs, between blood vessels and nerves
  • Hypodermis, between blood vessels and nerves, and aponeuroses

12. What is the perichondrium essential for?

  • Growth/repair of cartilage by producing mesenchymes
  • Production of collagen in ossification
  • Growth/repair of cartilage by producing fibroblasts
  • Nourishment of cartilage

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

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

14. Where does cartilage get its nourishment?

  • Perichondrium
  • Haemopoetic tissue
  • Diffusion into the extracellular matrix
  • Blood supply

15. What connective tissue makes up a synchondrosis?

  • Fibrous tissue
  • Fibrocartilage only
  • Hyaline cartilage only
  • Hyaline and fibrocartilage

16. What are the rings of an osteon called?

  • Volkmann's canal
  • Lacunae
  • Lamellae
  • Haversian canal

17. What differentiates fibrocartilage from hyaline cartilage?

  • More cartilage
  • Less proteoglycans, more collagen fibres
  • More proteoglycans, less collagen fibres
  • More elastin fibres

18. What connective tissue makes up a syndesmosis?

  • Fibrous connective tissue
  • Fibrocartilage and Hyaline cartilage
  • Fibrocartilage only
  • Hyaline cartilage only

19. 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

20. What does dense irregular tissue form?

  • Perichondrium and periosteum
  • Perichondrium, periosteum, aponeuroses
  • Dermis, perichondrium and periosteum
  • Tendons, ligaments and aponeuroses