Molecular cell biology of cancer

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Masters Degree Pharmacy (Case 3 - Lung cancer) Quiz on Molecular cell biology of cancer, created by Alyssa B on 01/05/2016.

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Question 1

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Which are single-celled?
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  • Plants
  • Protozoa
  • Bacteria
  • Yeast
  • Animals

Question 2

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Which are multicellular?
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  • Animals
  • Protozoa
  • Plants
  • Yeast
  • Bacteria

Question 3

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Epithelial tissues are closely packed cells with little or no intracellular material and non-vascular
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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The secretory portions of glands formed by epithelial cells are [blank_start]glandular epithelia[blank_end]
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  • glandular epithelia

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Epithelial tissues are supported by [blank_start]basement membranes[blank_end]
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  • basement membranes

Question 6

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The basal lamina [blank_start]separates underlying tissue[blank_end]
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  • separates underlying tissue

Question 7

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The covering tracheobronchial epithelium is the [blank_start]surface epithelium[blank_end]
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  • surface epithelium

Question 8

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The glandular tracheobronchial epithelium is the [blank_start]submucosal gland[blank_end]
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  • submucosal gland

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In the bronchial epithelium, the [blank_start]cilia beat to remove inhaled material[blank_end]
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  • cilia beat to remove inhaled material

Question 10

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In the intestinal epithelium, the microvili [blank_start]increase surface area for absorption[blank_end]
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  • increase surface area for absorption

Question 11

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Pseudo stratified means [blank_start]more than one layer[blank_end] with all cells contacting the basement membrane
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  • more than one layer

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Stratified means [blank_start]several layers[blank_end] with all cells contacting the basement membrane
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  • several layers

Question 13

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Tight junctions [blank_start]prevent leakage of molecules between[blank_end]
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  • prevent leakage of molecules between

Question 14

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Tight junctions also seals neighbouring cells in an [blank_start]epithelial sheet[blank_end]
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  • epithelial sheet

Question 15

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Adherents junction [blank_start]joins actin bundle to similar bundle[blank_end] in neighbouring cell
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  • joins actin bundle to similar bundle

Question 16

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Desmosome [blank_start]joins intermediate filament in one cell[blank_end] to neighbours
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  • joins intermediate filament in one cell

Question 17

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Gap junctions [blank_start]form channels and allows ions to pass[blank_end] cell to cell
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  • form channels and allows ions to pass

Question 18

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Hemidesmosome anchors intermediate filaments in cell to [blank_start]basal lamina[blank_end]
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  • basal lamina

Question 19

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Cadherin cells are involved in [blank_start]cell-to-cell attachment[blank_end]
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  • cell-to-cell attachment

Question 20

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Hemidesmosomes are involved in the anchorage of epithelium cells to [blank_start]underlying tissues via integrins[blank_end]
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  • underlying tissues via integrins

Question 21

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Desmosomes are involved in 'spot-welded' connections between cells; they [blank_start]confer tensile strength[blank_end] to epithelium sheets
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  • confer tensile strength

Question 22

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In adherens junctions, each [blank_start]cadherin is tethered to actin filaments[blank_end]
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  • cadherin is tethered to actin filaments

Question 23

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Select all that is correct about smooth muscle tissues
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  • Spindle-shaped
  • Non-striated
  • Uninucleated fibres
  • Involuntary
  • Oval shaped
  • Striped
  • Many nucleases

Question 24

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Select all that is correct about cardiac muscles
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  • Striated
  • Branched
  • Uninucleated fibres
  • Involuntary
  • Oval shaped
  • No nucleus

Question 25

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Select all that is correct about skeletal muscle
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  • Striated
  • Striped
  • Tubular
  • Multinucleated fibres
  • Involuntary
  • Voluntary
  • Uninucleated fibres

Question 26

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Neutrons are [blank_start]electrically active cells[blank_end] carrying impulses
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  • electrically active cells

Question 27

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Neuroglia surround/support neutrons but [blank_start]do not carry impulses.[blank_end] They provide insulation for neurons.
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  • do not carry impulses.

Question 28

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Loose connective tissues are [blank_start]under the skin[blank_end]
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  • under the skin

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Fibrous connective tissues [blank_start]forms tendons[blank_end]
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  • forms tendons

Question 30

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Adipose tissues is [blank_start]loose connective tissues[blank_end]
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  • loose connective tissues

Question 31

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Cartilage found at the [blank_start]end of the bone[blank_end]
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  • end of the bone

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Epithelium sit on connective tissue for [blank_start]mechanical and metabolic support[blank_end]
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  • mechanical and metabolic support

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Adipose tissues also [blank_start]store fat[blank_end]
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  • store fat

Question 34

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Bone marrow [blank_start]produce blood cells[blank_end]
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  • produce blood cells

Question 35

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The resting state is called [blank_start]quiescence[blank_end]
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  • quiescence

Question 36

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Carcinomas are derived from [blank_start]epithelium[blank_end]
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  • epithelium

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Sarcomas are derived from [blank_start]connective tissues[blank_end]
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  • connective tissues

Question 38

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Which is common?
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  • Carcinoma
  • Sarcoma

Question 39

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Which is spread by lymphatics?
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  • Carcinoma
  • Sarcoma

Question 40

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Which is spread by blood?
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  • Carcinoma
  • Sarcoma

Question 41

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Which has a possible pre-malignant phase?
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  • Carcinoma
  • Sarcoma

Question 42

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Which occurs in older pts?
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  • Carcinoma
  • Sarcoma

Question 43

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Which occurs in younger pts?
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  • Carcinoma
  • Sarcoma

Question 44

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Which never invades or metastasise?
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  • Benign
  • Malignant

Question 45

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Which has slow growth?
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  • Benign
  • Malignant

Question 46

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Which has variable and many mitosis?
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  • Benign
  • Malignant

Question 47

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Adeno- prefix means glandular epithelium
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  • True
  • False

Question 48

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Papillo- prefix means non-glandular epithelium
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  • True
  • False

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Angio- prefix means [blank_start]blood vessel[blank_end]
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  • blood vessel

Question 50

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Leiomyo- prefix means [blank_start]smooth muscle[blank_end]
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  • smooth muscle

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Chondro- prefix means [blank_start]cartilage[blank_end]
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  • cartilage

Question 52

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Rhabdo- prefix means [blank_start]skeletal muscle[blank_end]
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  • skeletal muscle

Question 53

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-oma suffix means [blank_start]tumour (benign/malignant)[blank_end]
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  • tumour (benign/malignant)

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-carcinoma suffix means [blank_start]epithelium malignancy[blank_end]
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  • epithelium malignancy

Question 55

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-sarcoma suffix means [blank_start]connective tissue malignancy[blank_end]
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  • connective tissue malignancy

Question 56

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-aemia suffix means [blank_start]malignancy of bone marrow derived cells[blank_end]
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  • malignancy of bone marrow derived cells
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