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Introduction to Histology Quiz


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Recognition of the nucleus.

A. Robert Hooke

B. Leeuwenhoek

C. Robert Brown

D. Schleiden and Schwann


Study of functions of cells and organs

A. Physiology

B. Pathology

C. Embryology


Study of minute cells and tissues

A. Histology

B. Pathology

C. Embryology

D. Physiology


Devised the simple microscope.

A. Robert Hooke

B. Leeuwenhoek

C. Robert Brown

D. Von Mohl


He examined a thinly sliced piece of cork using lenses

A. Robert Hooke

B. Leeuwenhoek

C. Robert Brown

D. Von Mohl


He discovered the tiny boxes or comparments which he called cells.

A. Robert Hooke

B. Leeuwenhoek

C. Robert Brown

D. Thomas Huxley


Science of the origin and development of living organisms.

A. Histology

B. Pathology

C. Physiology

D. Embryology


Study of abnormal structure and function that characterizes disease.

A. Histology

B. Physiology

C. Pathology

D. Embryology


Stated that all living things are made up of cells and the complexity of living things is due to the increase in the number of cells and their modification to perform certain definite function.

A. Leeuwenhoek

B. Robert Brown

C. Von Mohl

D. Schleiden and Schwann


Recognized protoplasm as the living material composing the cell.

A. Leeuwenhoek

B. Robert Brown

C. Schleiden and Schwann

D. Von Mohl


Referred the protoplasm as the physical basis of life.

A. Robert Brown

B. Schleiden and Schwann

C. Von Mohl

D. Thomas Huxley


Defined the structure of DNA

A. Schleiden and Schwann

B. Watson and Crick

C. Leeuwenhoek

D. Robert Hooke




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