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ANT Lab 8-11

Anatomy Lab 8-11

What type of tissue covers the body's external an internal surfaces and most glands? Epithelial
How many major types of tissues are there? 4
Which type of tissue binds and support parts? connective
Which type of tissue makes movement possible? muscle
Which type of tissue conduct impulses from one part of the body to another and help to control and coordinate body activities? nervous
What is the function of the simple squamous epithelium? Filtration, diffusion, osmosis, and secretion in serous membranes.
What is the function of the simple cuboidal epithelium? Secretion and absorption
Which epithelium possesses cilia that moves dust and mucus out of the airways of the respiratory system? Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
Which epithelium is a single layer of flattened cells? simple squamous epithelium
Which epithelium forms in the inner lining of urinary bladder? Transitional epithelium
Which epithelium lines the kidney tubules and ducts of salivary glands? Simple cuboidal epithelium
Which epithelium forms in the lining of the stomach and intestines? Simple columnar epithelium
Which epithelium forms a lining of the oral cavity, esophagus, anal canal, and vagina? Stratified squamous epithelium
Which connective tissue forms the framework of the outer ear? Elstic cartilage
Which connective tissue binds the skin to underlying organs? Areolar tissue
Which connective tissue is the main tissue of tendons and ligaments? Dense connective tissue (regular)
Which connective tissue forms the flexible soft part of the nasal septum? hyaline cartilage
Which connective tissue pads between vertebrae that are shock absorbers? Fibrocartilage
Which connective tissue that have cells that greatly enlarge with the nuclei pushed to one side? Adipose tissue (fat tissue)
What are the three types of muscle tissues? Skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
Which muscle or tissue lacks striations? smooth muscle
Which muscle or tissue is striated and involuntary? Cardiac muscle
Which muscle or tissue is striated and voluntary? skeletal muscle
Which muscle or tissue contains neurons and nueruoglia? nervous tissue
Which muscle or tissue attaches to bones? skeletal muscle
Which muscle or tissue composes the heart? cardiac muscle
Which muscle or tissue moves food through the digestive tract? smooth muslce
Which muscle or tissue transmits impulses along cellular processes? nervous tissue
Which connective tissue provides stored energy supply in fat vacuoles adipose tissue (fat tissue)
Created by: dtgs2010



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