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A&P Chp 4 Tissue
Anatomy & Physiology I - Chapter 4 Tissue: The Living Fabric
|What are the four types of tissue?
|epithelial, connective, nervous, and muscular
|What is made of plaque and anchor cells together?
|What is composed of plaque and are linked by transmembrane glycoproteins?
|What connect cells to extracelluar material?
|Can you name the junction that allow cells in a tissue to rapidly communicate through connexons?
|What has one layer?
|What has more than one layer?
|What has one layer that looks like more than one?
|What is flat in shape?
|What is rectangular in shape?
|What is cube-like shape?
|What has a variable shape?
|Name the functions of Simple Tissue.
|filtration, secrection, absorption
|Name the function of Stratified Tissue.
|Name the function of Pseudostratified Tissue.
|A gland is a single cell or a mass of epithelial cells adapted for secretion is called
|ductless; secrete products (hormones) enter the extracullar fluid and diffuse into the blood is
|What secrete their products into ducts that empty at the surface of covering and lining epithelium?
|What is the functions of Connective Tissue?
|support, protection, insulation
|Matrix that provide strength and support for tissues is called
|Where are cells derived from?
|Name the three Loose Connective Tissues types.
|Areolar, Adipose, Reticular
|Name the two Dense Connective Tissue types.
|regular and irregular
|Name the three cartilage of the connective tissue.
|Hyaline, Elastic, and Fibrocartilage
|Most consist of cell body and two types of processes called dendrites and axons is called
|Name the three types of muscle tissue.
|skeletal, cardiac, smooth
|The muscle that is attached to bones, is striated, and is voluntary is called.
|Muscle that forms most of the heart wall, and is involuntary is called.
|What muscle is found in the walls of hollow internal structures, and is involuntary?
|What is the membrane that line joints and contain only connective tissue?
|Line the cavities that open to the exterior is called
|Lines a body cavity that does not open directly to the exterior is called
|When does tissue repair begins?
|inflammatory and organiztion process
|Name the three primary germ cell layers?
|ectoderm, mesoderm, endoderm
|Groups of cells that are similar in structure and function are called
|Name some common properties that set the connective tissue apart from other tissues:
|common origin, degrees of vascularity, extracellular matrix
|What are the connective tissues three main elements?
|ground substance, fibers, and cells
|Name the covering and lining membranes three types:
|cutaneus, mucous, or serous
|The epithelial sheet is directly underlain by a layer of loose connective tissue called...
|What type of supporting cells that protect and support neurons nervous tissue?
|What fluid touches the transitional tissue?
|Name the 4 epithelial tissue
|simple, stratified, pseudostratified, and transitional
|Name the 5 connective tissues
|loose, dense, cartilage, bone, and blood