1. What are chondroprogenitor cells?
- Repair cells that actively reseal any broken sections of cartilage
- Cartilage stem cells that lie in the inner layers of the perichondrium
- Cartilage respiration cells that produce ATP by a similar mechanism to mitochondria
- Bone stem cells that lie in the cartilage
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2. Which type of cartilaginous growth results in 'growth from within'?
3. Where is hyaline cartilage most commonly found?
- Symphysis Pubis, intervertebral disks & site of some tendon-bone attachments
- Oropharangeal airway, nasopharyngeal airway & epiglottis
- Major air pipes, articulating bone surfaces & fetal skeleton
- Epiglottis, external ear & Eustachian tubes
4. Select the statement which best identifies cartilage.
- A firm, pliable, resilient, non-vascular connective tissue
- A firm, non-pliable, resilient, non-vascular connective tissue
- A soft, pliable, resilient, vascular connectivetissue
- A soft, pliable, resilient, non-vascular connective tissue
5. True or false: Hyaline cartilage has a ground substance with a relatively high water content, and is tranlucent in it's fresh form?
- I don't know, I'm sorry, I haven't revised this well enough, please accept my grovelling apologies for being utterly inadequate in relation to this question