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Body Tissue Test Questions

QuestionAnswer
What is tissue groups of cells with similar structure and function
what are the four main types Epithelium connective nervous muscle
what is epithelial tissue the body covering and lining
what is the lower surface of epithelial tissue bounded to basement membrane
avascular no blood supply (epithelial tissue)
where is simple squamous found lines the lungs
where os simple cuboidal found forms the walls of the kidney tubules
what kind of cells does simple columnar have goblet cells
where is the simple columnar found lines the digestive tract from the stomach to the anus
where is the pseudo-stradified ciliated columnar found lines most of the respiratory tract
what is the stratified squamous a protective covering
where is the stratified squamous skin
what is the structure of transitional cells shape depends on stretching
where is transitional found urinary bladder
endocrine glands= ductless
what product does endocrine secrete hormones
exocrine gland= ducts
what products do exocrine glands produce sweat, tears, and oil glands
what do connective tissues do support protect stores energy
what do connective tissues have extracellular matrix
two main elements of extracellular matrix ground substance and fibers (protein)
what is the structural unit of bone "osteon" or haversain system
what is in bone calcium and phosphate
cartilage is avascular
function of hyaline cartilage flexibility and support
hyaline cartilage components collagen fibers and rubbery
dense fibrous elements collagen with fibroblast cells in between
tendon attaches muscle to bone
dense fibrous ex. tendons and ligaments
areolar most widely distributed connective tissue
what d areolar contain all 3 fiber types (collagen, elastic, reticular)
areolar does what to protect the body edema or swelling
cells in adipose fat (lipid)
skeletal muscle is voluntary
skeletal muscle cells are elongated, cylindrical, multinucleate, striated
where is the cardiac muscle found only in the heart
cardiac muscle is involuntary
cardiac muscle cells are short, branched, striated, uninucleate
cardiac muscles cells attach at intercalated disks
where is smooth muscle found walls of hallow organs
the supporting cells of nervous tissue neuroglia
what is a neurons function sends impulses to other areas of the body
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