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Histology

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Which of the following is not one of the basic tissue types? Muscle Nerve Cartilage Epithelium Connective Cartilage
Which of the following tissue types is derived only from ectoderm? Nervous Connective Bone Muscle Nervous
Which of the following tissue types is derived from endoderm? Muscle Epithelium Nervous Connective Epithelium
Which of the following tissue types is/are derived from mesoderm? Epithelium Muscle All listed, except nervous Muscle and connective Nervous Connective All listed, except nervous
Which section angle will show a blood vessel as an oval outline? Oblique
Which of the following is true of all epithelium? Avascular Built for protection Multiple layers Amitotic Avascular
What would you expect to see in an absorptive epithelium? Microvilli
The airsacs of the lungs and the lining of blood vessels are composed of Simple squamous epithelium
Small ducts and tubules of the lungs and kidneys are composed of Simple cuboidal epithelium
The lining of the gastrointestinal tract is composed of Simple columnar epithelium
The lining of the largest of the repiratory passageways, including the sinuses and the larynx, is composed of Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
The lining of the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, and vagina is composed of Stratified squamous epithelium
Goblet cells are found in Columnar epithelium
Keratin is associated with cutaneous
The tissue type found under almost any epithelial layer is Areolar
The tissue type that stores energy is Adipose
The tissue type that has a solid, rubbery matrix is cartilage
What are the basic types of connective tissue cartilage, blood, fiberous, bone
Which fiber is associate with tough, strong tissues? collagen
What fiber type and arrangement is found in lungs and large arteries? irregular elastic
What fiber type and arrangement is found in tendons and ligaments? Regular collagen
What fiber type and arrangement is found in organ capsules? Irregular collagen
What fiber type and arrangement is found in vocal cords? Regular elastic
What tissue type forms the stroma in spleen and lymph nodes? Reticular
What cell type is associated with cartilage? Chondroblast
What type of cartilage is found in the epiglottis? Elastic
What type of cartilage is found in the intervertebral disks? Fibro
What type of cartilage is found at the ends of bones and movable joints? Hyaline
What junctional type is associated with forming a leak-proof seal? Tight junctions
What junctional type is associated with structural reinforcement between cells? Desmosome
What junctional type is associated with flow of ions directly between adjacent cells? Gap junctions
What junctional type is associated with attaching epithelium to the basement membrane? Hemidesmosome
Ductless glands are Endoderm
Membranes that line body cavities that have contact with the external enviornment are Mucous
Membranes that line the subdivisions of the ventral body cavity are Serous
The term for the conversion of one mature tissue type to another (normal or abnormal) is Metaplasia
The term for the shrinkage in cell number or volume is Atrophy
The term for the pathological death of tissue is necrosis
The term for programmed cell death is apoptosis
The term for wound healing by functional cell is regeneration
The term for wound healing by scar tissue formation is fibrosis
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