5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Muscular Tisue
- Spongy bone
- Haversian (central) canal
- a Short Branced processes that extend from the soma and carries impulses toward the soma.
- b Type of bone that fills the head of the long bone.
- c Cell body of the neuron.
- d Tissue type that responds to stimulation by contracting.
- e Cylindrical arrangements of compact bone.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Caused by overlapping filiments, it gives muscles a banded appearance.
- Type of bone that forms the external surfaces of all bone.
- Cellular junction that binds neighboring cells firmly and makes them water tight.
- Tough fibers covering all bone.
- Muscle type found in heart.
5 True/False Questions
Smooth muscle → Muscle type that is usually attached to bone and consists of long, cylindrical fibers.
Canaliculi → Delicate canals radiating from each lacuna which allow osteons to communicate.
Osteon → Collective name of Haversian canal and surrounding lamellae.
Intercalated discs → Junctions connectong cardiac myocytes.
Leukocte → Scientific name for nerve cells.