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Quiz 3: Tissues

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Most of the nutrients and waste in blood are carried by plasma
Epithelial tissue with one layer of long (tall) narrow cell would be ... Simple Columnar
Epithelium that contains cells that change in shape when they are stretched Transitional
The cells in the nervous tissue that do not carry nerve impulses neuroglial cells
blood, bone, ligaments, and adipose are types of ... connective tissue
A basement membrane would be found between epithelial and connective tissue
The tissue most often found in glands is Simple Cuboidal epithelium
TF Epithelial tissue have no blood supply TRUE
The protein that gives strength to many connective tissue is collagen
TF Bone cells are also called osteocytes TRUE
functions of epithelial tissue diffusion, secretion, protection
Smooth muscle locations stomach, blood vessels, sphincter
What is the function of intercalated discs transmit information
Created by: raeannwatters