Class 10th Biology Chapter 13 Support and Movement MCQs Short Long Notes

biology 10th notes Chapter 13

1. Movement of an animal as a whole is:


2. Inflammation of membrane at joints is called


3. Which are tough bands?


4. Which of the following is not a bone of axial skeleton?


5. Who is honoured for developing modern anatomical studies?


6. What are the main components of a bone?


7. The number of bones in both hands of humans is


8. The number of bones in the middle ear ossicles of each ear is


9. Place where two or more bones meet at a point is called


10. Which of the following stores minerals?


11. Which joints allow no movement?


12. How many bones are present in middle ear?


13. One end of skeletal muscle to an immovable bone is called


14. The number of cranial bones in the skull is


15. Highly porous bone is called


16. The chondrocytes lie in a fluid space called


17. The example of slightly moveable joint is:


18. Which one cannot show movement from one place to another place?


19. ______is the longest bone in our body.


20. Which is a part of appendicular skeleton


21. The purpose of rib cage is to:


22. Find the INCORRECT statement:


23. Babies are born with about______soft bones.


24. How many bones are present in right hand?


25. ______is the smallest bone in our body


26. The number of bones of pectoral girdle of human is


27. The number of bones in both feet of human is


28. Which structures hold the relevant bones of the joints together?


29. What is formed when two or more bones meet at place?


30. Human skeleton is


31. How would you define skeletal system?


32. Find the ball-and-socket joint;


33. Deposition of uric acid in joints is due to:


34. Mark the False statement about bones:


35. The cartilage found in the inter-vertebral discs is


36. Appendicular skeleton is composed of


37. The number of bones in each leg of human is


38. The skeletal system outside the body is called;


39. The bending of arm at elbow is:


40. Axial skeleton comprises of


41. Vertebral Column consists of following number of bones:


42. The muscle of the arm at elbow joint causes straightening of the arm, it is called:


43. An example of ball and socket joint is:


44. Examples of ball and socket joints are


45. The number of bones in each arm of human is


46. Immovable joints are present in the


47. There are______types of joints.


48. When a muscle contracts, the point of attachment which is pulled is called


49. The number of bones in human skeleton is


50. Number of bones in vertebral column is


51. The living cells of cartilage are called


52. Bones which enclose brain are called;


53. Cranial bones are;


54. Elastic cartilage is found in


55. Lacuna is present in the——of cartilage.


56. In gout ____ is accumulated in immoveable joints.


57. Fatigue, low grade fever, pain and stiffness in joints are symptoms of:


58. Muscles can only;


59. ______prevents dislocation of bones at joints.


60. Hyaline cartilage is found in


61. What do some hones produce?


62. The longest bone in human body is


63. Pelvic Girdle contains bones:


64. The disorders in which there is an accumulation of uric acid in joints:


65. All these are the parts of axial skeleton of humans except:


66. ____joint move only in one plane.


67. The most rigid or hardest form of connective tissue in the body is


68. Which of the following is the function of skeleton?


69. The number of bones in the lower jaw of human is


70. The matrix of bone contains a protein called


71. In our body skeleton works very closely with the system.


72. How many ribs are there in man?


73. Which of the following provides main support to our body mass?


74. The joints between the skull are


75. Osteoporosis is due to deficiency of


76. Pair of skeletal muscles are called:


77. Fibrous cartilage is present in:


78. Bone can store;


79. Pain and stiffness in weight bearing joints are symptoms of:


80. Which of these pairs of joints in a human body allows movement in all directions?


81. How many bones make our skull?


82. Vesalius was born in;


83. Which of the following show very slight movement?


84. When the reproductive cycle stops in female, ____hormone is less produced


85. The number of facial bones in the skull is


86. Which allows movement in all directions:


87. The bone forming cells are called


88. Disease of bones in which there is a decrease in the density of the bones due to loss of calcium and phosphorus is


89. _____________ keeps the bones strong.


90. Which are examples of hinge joint?


Short Questions

1. At which basis, joints can be classified?
2. Briefly explain appendicular skeleton. 
3. Briefly explain axial skeleton.
4. Briefly explain the structure of upper and lower jaw in mammals and lower vertebrates.
5. Define antagonism
6. Define cartilage. Write names of its types.
7. Define chondrocytes and its location in cartilage?  
8. Define chondrocytes.
9. Define Hinge joints and give one example.
10. Define joint?  
11. Define movement?  
12. Define Osteoporosis.
13. Define skeleton.
14. Describe Arthritis. Write the names of its types.
15. Describe briefly about osteoporosis.
16. Describe the role of skeletal system?
17. Differentiate between bone and cartilage.
18. Differentiate between cartilage and bone
19. Differentiate between compact bones and spongy bones.
20. Differentiate between hinge joint and ball and socket joint.
21. Differentiate between movement and locomotion?
22. Differentiate between origin and insertion of a skeletal muscle.
23. Differentiate compact and spongy bones?  
24. Differentiate compact bone with spongy bone.
25. Differentiate immoveable and slightly moveable joints?  
26. Distinguish between exoskeleton and endoskeleton.
27. Does cartilage possess collagen fibre?  
28. Does skeleton provide protection to the delicate organs of-human -body?
29. enlist the bones which make axial skeleton in man
30. Enlist the types of arthritis.
31. Enlist the types of cartilage‘?  
32. Enlist types of movement.
33. How arthritis is characterized?  
34. How bones and cartilage are made of?  
35. How many bones are present in inborn babies and adults?
36. How many types of arthritis are?  
37. How many types of moveable joints are present in our body?  
38. How movements in bones can be produced?  
39. How was hearing improved in mammals?
40. If there would be no cartilage at the joints, what would happen to our bones?
41. In which cartilage, collagen fibres are present in knitted form?  
42. Many enzymes are used as drugs. They control the bleeding and treat blood cancer.
43. Name the hardest connective tissue in our body?  
44. name the longest bone in human body?  
45. Name the types of joints?  
46. Ribs protect our internal organs
47. State the functions of hyaline cartilage
48. State the main functions of skeleton.
49. up of bones?  
50. What are ball-and-socket joints?
51. What are cranial bones?
52. What are ligaments? Describe their function?  
53. What are ligaments? State their function.
54. What are ostcocytes?  
55. What are roles of tendons and ligaments?
56. What are tendons?  
57. What are the cells of cartilage and bone called?
58. What are the components of human skeleton?
59. What are the functions of skeletal system?  
60. What are the main types of moveable joints?
61. What are the medicines used in arthritis?  
62. What are the two components of skeleton?
63. What are two types of joints?
64. What can be found between the cavities of spongy bones?
65. What do you know about “Antagonists”?
66. What do you know about appendicular skeleton?
67. What do you know about axial skeleton?
68. What do you know about cartilage?
69. What do you know about moveable joints?
70. What do you know about osteoarthritis?
71. what do you know about osteoporosis?  
72. What do you know about skeleton or skeletal system?  
73. What do you know about slightly moveable joints?
74. What do you know about the upper and lower Jaw
75. What do you mean by “Exoskeleton”?
76. what do you mean by arthritis?  
77. What do you mean by elastic cartilage?  
78. What do you mean by endoskeleton?
79. What do you mean by locomotion?
80. What do you mean by movement?
81. What is a Bone? Write its function.
82. What is a function of estrogen?
83. What is a joint?
84. What is bone?
85. What is cartilage‘?  
86. What is Fibrous cartilage?
87. What is Gout?
88. What is meant by “Flexor” muscle and Flexion?
89. What is meant by antagonism?
90. What is meant by extensor muscle and extension?
91. What is sternum?
92. what is the cause of osteoarthritis?
93. What is the contribution of Andreas vesalius? In the field of anatomy?
94. What is the function of vertebral coloumn?
95. What is the number of soft bones in newly born babies and in adult human skeleton?
96. What is the origin and the insertion?  
97. What is the role of skeleton in support and movement
98. What is the role of skeleton in support and movement?
99. What type of joint is present in the neck region?
100. Where the chondrocyte lies?
101. Which adaptations has proved beneficial for mammals?  
102. Which bone contains blood vessels and bone marrow?  
103. Which parts of human body are covered by hyaline cartilage?  
104. Who is primarily responsible for support and movement in human body?
105. Who was Andreas Vesalius? What do you know about him?
106. Why osteoarthritis is considered as dangerous disease?
107. Write about antagonists?  
108. Write about rheumatoid arthritis and its symptoms? 
109. Write any two functions of skeletal system.
110. Write down causes of rheumatoid arthritis, also give its two symptoms.
111. Write down difference between flexor muscle and extensor muscle?
112. Write down the causes of osteoporosis?  
113. Write down two disorders along with one reason of each of human skeletal system.
114. Write down two functions of bones?  
115. Write the difference between Hyaline cartilage and Elastic cartilage.
116. Write the name of types of skeleton.

Long Questions

1. Describe the main components of human skeleton.
2. What do you know about cartilage? Describe its types.
3. What do you mean by a bone? Describe its structure.
4. What is meant by joints? Describe the main types of joints.
5. What is skeleton system? Write the role of skeleton system.

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