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THE FOUR TYPES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUES ARE:
EPTHELIAL, CONNECTIVE, MUSCLE, NERVOUS
EPITHELIAL TISSUE TENDS TO BE CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO TWO CRITERIA:
ARRANGEMENT OF CELLS IN LAYERS, AND CELL SHAPE
EPITHELIAL TISSUE CELLS HAVE AN APICAL SURFACE AT THE TOP AND ARE ATTACHED TO A BASEMENT MEMBRANE AT THE BOTTOM. (T OR F)
TRUE
CONNECTIVE TISSUE FIBERS THAT ARE ARRANGED IN BUNDLES AND LEND STRENGTH AND FLEXIBILITY ARE COLLAGEN FIBERS. (T OR F)
TRUE
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING MUSCLE TISSUES CAN BE VOLUNTARILY CONTROLLED? CARDIAC, SMOOTH, SKELETAL
SKELETAL
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TISSUES IS AVASCULAR? CARDIAC MUSCLE, STATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIAL, COMPACT BONE, SKELETAL MUSCLE, ADIPOSE
STATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIAL
IF THE LINING OF THE ORGAN PRODUCES AND RELEASES MUCUS, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CELLS WOULD LIKELY BE FOUND IN THE TISUE LINING THE ORGAN? GOBLET CELLS, MAST CELLS, MACROPHAGES, OSTEOBLAST, FIBROBLAST
GOBLET CELLS
WHY DOES DAMAGED CARTILAGE HEAL SLOWLY?
CARTILAGE DOES NOT CONTAIN FIBROBLAST, WHICH ARE NEEDED TO PRODUCE THE FIBERS IN CARTILAGE TISSUE
WHAT IS THE SEROUS MEMBRANE COVERING THE LUNGS CALLED?
THE SEROUS MEMBRANE COVERING THE LUNGS IS KNOWN AS THE PLEURA
THE TYPE OF EXOCRINE GLAND THAT FORMS ITS SECRETORY PRODUCT AND SIMPLY RELEASES IT FROM THE CELL BY EXOCYTOSIS IS THE:
MEROCRINE GLAND
TISSUE CHANGES THAT OCCUR WITH AGING CAN BE DUE TO:
CROSSLINKS FORMING BETWEEN GLUCOSE AND PROTEINS; A DECREASED BLOOD SUPPLY
WHAT TYPE OF CELL JUNCTION WOULD BE REQUIRED FOR CELLS TO COMMUNICATE WITH ONE ANOTHER?
GAP JUNCTIONS