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BIO101 Ch 4 Tissue

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Which tissue type covers exposed surfaces? Epithelial
Which tissue type produces glandular secretions? Epithelial
Which tissue type lines internal passageways? Epithelial
Which tissue type fills internal spaces? Connective
Which tissue type provides structural support? Connective
Which tissue type stores energy? Connective
Which tissue type contracts? Muscle tissue
Which tissue type conducts electrical impulses? Neural
What specific type of tissue lines the peritoneal cavity? Simple squamous epithelium
What specific type of tissue lines the blood vessels? Simple squamous epithelium
What specific type of tissue lines the glands and ducts? Simple cuboidal epithelium
What specific type of tissue lines the stomach and intestines? Simple columnar epithelium
What specific type of tissue lines the mouth, throat and anus? Stratified squamous epithelium
What specific type of tissue lines covers the external portion of our body (skin)? Stratified squamous epithelium
Describe the appearance of simple squamous epithelium. single layer of flat cells
Describe the appearance of stratified squamous epithelium. multiple layer of flat cells
Describe the appearance of stratified cuboidal epithelium. multiple layers of square cells
What specific type of tissue lines the nose, trachea and bronchi? Psuedostratified ciliated columnar epithelium
Where can transitional epithelium be found? Bladder
What type of gland secretes through a duct? Exocrine
What makes up the majority of tissue volume? the matrix
What are the components of connective tissue matrix? Protein fibers and ground substance
Name the most abundant cell type in connective tissue. Fibroblast
What is the function of a macrophage? Removes damaged cells and pathogens
What is the function of adipocytes? To store energy
What is the most common type of fiber found in connective tissue? Collagen
What type of tissue is found in the subcutaneous layer (beneath the dermis)? Loose connective tissue
What type of tissue is found between muscles? Loose connective tissue
Tendons are composed of which tissue type? Dense regular connective tissue
Erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets are included in which tissue type? Fluid connective tissue
Which connective tissue is calcified? Bone
What is a chondrocyte? Cartilage cell
What type of connective tissue is found in the synovial joints? Hyaline cartilage
What type of connective tissue is found in the nasal septum? Hyaline cartilage
Which connective tissue protein fiber that has rubber-band like properties Elastic
Thich type of cartilage is most abundant in the body? Hyaline
Which type of membrane lines digestive and respiratory tracks? Mucous membranes
Which type of membrane lines internal organs & cavities? Serous membranes
What membrane lines the cavity that holds the lungs? Pleural membrane
What membrane lines the cavity that lines the abdominal cavity? Peritoneum
What is the name of the membrane that covers the body (skin)? Cutaneous membrane
Which membrane lines freely moving joints? Synovial membranes
Which part of the neuron acts as a receptor? Dendrite
Which part of the neuron carries the signal away from the cell? Axon
Which membrane lines the thoracic cavity? Parietal pluera
What type of tissue is the dermis? Dense irregular connective tissue
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