← A&P Tissues Lab Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Squamous Cells
- Skeletal Muscle
- The Serous Membrane
- Types of connective tissue
- a Pulls on bones or skin causing movement. Voluntary.
- b attach muscles to bones
- c Found in closed ventral body cavities. Named according to their site and specific organ associations.
- d Loose (areolar, adipose, and reticular) and dense (dense regular, dense irregular, and elastic.)
- e Flattened and scalelike
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Found only in wall of the heart, helps propel blood vessels to all parts of the body. Involuntary.
- Most abundant type of cartilage in the body. It covers the end of long bones, supports the tip of the nose, connects the ribs to the sternum, and supports most of the respiratory system passages
- Secrete their products onto body surfaces and into body cavities. Produces mucous, sweat, oil, and saliva.
- Found in the walls of hollow organs. Involuntary.
- Lines body cavities that open to the exterior. Moist or wet membrane bathed by secretions.
5 True/False Questions
Peritoneum → The serosa enclosing the heart
Aponeuroses → The serosa lining of the thiracic wall and lung coverings
Adipose Tissue → A richly vascularized tissue that usually accumulates in the subcutaneous tissue where it acts as a shock absorber, as insulation, and as an energy storage site.
Cuboidal Cells → Tall and column shaped
Nervous Tissue → Most widely used tissue in the body. It is found in all mucous membranes. (Mucus membranes line body cavities open to the exterior)