5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Stratified Epithelial tissue
- Cardiac muscle fibers
- Connective Tissue Proper, cartilage, bone, and blood
- Hyaline Cartilage
- a has several cells layers
- b consists of a hard matrix of calcium salts; the calcium salt makes it hard.
- c have cross-striations and are branched; adjacent fibers are separated by dark-staining structures called intercalated disks; single nucleus in each cardiac muscle fiber.
- d Four general categories of connective tissue
- e composed of collagen and chondrocytes
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- composed of cells that are taller than they are wide, and the nucleus is located towards the base of the cell.
- appear as blue-black strands randomly arranged in the matrix.
- characterized by fibers that are irregularly arranged in the matrix; two types of fibers are present: collagen and elastic.
- composed of a fluid matrix.
- appear pink.
5 True/False Questions
Blood → Lacunae, which hold the osteocyte (bone cells), are arranged in concentric rings around the central Haversian canal.
Four types of tissues found in animals → simple or stratified
Muscle → Lacunae, which hold the osteocyte (bone cells), are arranged in concentric rings around the central Haversian canal.
Smooth muscle fibers → characterized by fibers that have light and dark striping or cross-striations. Each fiber is multinucleated; nuclei are located of priphery of each fiber.
Elastic Cartilage → composed of collagen and chondrocytes