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What tissue is the endothelium made of?
single squamous
What tissue is the alveoli made of?
simple squamous
What tissue is parts of the nephron tubules made of?
simple squamous
What tissue is the lining of the mouth made of?
stratified squamous
What tissue is the esophagus made of?
stratified squamous
What tissue is the lining of the anus/mouth made of?
stratified squamous
What tissue is the throid made of?
simple cuboidal
What tissue is the outer surface of ovary made of?
simple cuboidal
What tissue is the glandular ducts made of?
simple cuboidal
What tissue is the secreting cells of sweat glands & salivary glands made of?
simple cuboidal
What tissue is the ducts of sweat glands made of?
stratified cuboidal
What tissue is the ovarian follicle made of?
stratified cuboidal
What tissue is the lining of urinary bladder made of?
transitional
What tissue are the ureters made of?
transitional
What tissue is the lining of the stomach made of?
simple columnar
What tissue is the lining of the intestines made of?
simple columnar
What tissue is the epiglottis made of?
stratified columnar
What tissue is the lining of male urethra made of?
stratified columnar
A surface subject to wear would likely be covered with:

simple cuboidal
simple squamous
stratified squamous
pseudostratified
transitional
stratified squamous
Which of the following is not an example of dense regular connective tissue?

dermis
elastic connective
ligament
tendons
vocal cords
dermis
Simple squamous epithelium is typically associate w/

absorption
diffusion
protection from wear
secretion
support
diffusion
Increase in length of a long bone occurs at the:

articular cartilage
epiphyseal plate
haversian system
lacuna
periosteum
epiphyseal plate
The cell responsible for producing new bone is the :

chondrocyte
osteoblast
osteoclast
osteocyte
perichondrium
osteoblast
Osteocytes receive nutrients by diffusion through:

canaliculi
lacunae
haversian canals
the ground substance
the marrow cavity
canaliculi
Fibroblasts develop into:

adipose cells
chondrocytes
mast cells
osteoblasts
chondrocytes & osteoblasts
osteoblasts
Which of the following is composed primarily of loose connective tissue?

dermis
epidermis
fascia
hypodermis
cartilage
dermis
The layer of dead epidermal cells that is constantly being lost by friction is the:

stratum basale
stratum corneum
stratum granulosum
stratum lucidum
stratum spinosum
stratum corneum
The 2 types of sudiferous glands are:

sebaceous & eccrine
apocrine & eccrine
sebaceous & apocrine
ceruminous & sebaceous
ceruminous & apocrine
apocrine & eccrine
Which of the following is NOT a function of the skin?

excretion
protection from bacterial invasion
respiration
temperature regulation
vitamin D synthesis
respiration
All glands are derived from:

connective tissue
epithelium
mesoderm
mucous membrane
serous membrane
epithelium
Most lever systems in the body are arranged so that:

-a small input force produces a large output force
-a small input motion produces a large output motion
-input & output forces are equal
-the mechanical advantage is greater than 1
-the fulcrum is in the middle
a small input motion produces a large output motion
Which of the following is a fibrous joint?

clavicle to sternum
intervertebral discs
pubic symphysis
ribs to sternum
frontal to parietal
intervertebral discs
Which of the following pairs of bones do not have a synovial articulation between them?

-humerus, ulna
-femur, coxa
-metacarpal, proximal phalanx
-sternum, rib
-talus, calcaneus
sternum, rib
Which type of muscle is multinucleated?

-skeletal
-cardiac
-smooth
-involuntary
-none of the above
skeletal
The section of a myofibril from one z line to another is called a:

-muscle fiber
-sarcolemma
-sarcomere
-sarcoplasmic reticulum
-t-tubule
sarcomere
The ATP supply of a muscle cell can be most quickly replenished by breakdown of:

ADP
creatine
creatine phosphate
myoglobin
glucose
glucose
Smooth, sustained contractions of whole muscles are produced by:

tetanus
motor unit recruitment
All or none contraction
treppe
all of the above
tetanus
During muscle relaxation, the calcium:

-is destroyed by cholinesterase
-is chemically bound to actin
-is secreted from the cell
-is used to replenish ATP
-reenters the terminal cisternae
reenters the terminal cisternae
Stimulating a muscle at such a freq. that the relaxation phase is eliminated results in:

asynchronous stimulation
incomplete tetanus
tetanus
treppe
wave simulation
tetanus
The basic structural & functional unit of a muscle cell is the:

fasciculus
fiber
myofibril
motor unit
sarcomere
sarcomere
The same neurotransmitter can have diff. effects on diff. neurons b/c of the:

-structure of the neuron
-membrane of the neuron
-type of ion channel to which it attaches
-distance b/w neurons
-strength of the action potential
type of ion channel to which it attaches
Most sensory neurons are:

apolar
bipolar
multipolar
tripolar
unipolar
unipolar
When action potentials arrive at the same synapse in close succession:

-an EPSP is produced
-an IPSP is produced
-spatial summation occurs
-temporal summation occurs
-the direction of the action potential is reversed
temporal summation occurs
The part of a neuron where a generator potential is produced is the:

-axon
-cell body
-dendiritic zone
-myelin sheath
-synaptic bulb
dendritic zone
Inhibitory neurotransmitters affect the postsynaptic neuron by:

-blocking receptors
-destroying acetylcholine
-inactivating receptors
-hyperpolarizing the membrane
-increasing its permeabillity to sodium ions
hyperpolarzing the membrane
A second action potential cannot travel along an axon until:

-the resting potential has been reestablished
-sodium ions have been pumped into the axon
-potassium ions have been pumped into the axon
-proteins have been resynthesized
-all of the above
all of the above