5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Simple cuboidal epithelium
- Smooth muscle fibers
- Skeletal muscle fibers
- Neuroglial cells
- a cannot be distinguished because cytoplasm is unstained in tissue prep; however, nuclei are visible as dots.
- b characterized by central (Haversian) canal.
- c characterized by cube-shaped cells with a nucleus that is usually round and centrally located.
- d have no cross-striations; single elongated or ovoid nucleus is present in each fiber.
- e characterized by fibers that have light and dark striping or cross-striations. Each fiber is multinucleated; nuclei are located of priphery of each fiber.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- characterized by fibers that are irregularly arranged in the matrix; two types of fibers are present: collagen and elastic.
- has only one layer of cells
- contains collagen fibers that are arranged in parallel. Between fibers are flattened rodlike nuclei of fibroblasts.
- Four general categories of connective tissue
- contains ___cells that are closely packed; cells appear empty because fat was removed during tissue preparation. Cytoplasm and nucleus located at periphery of cell.
5 True/False Questions
Simple columnar epithelium → composed of cells that are taller than they are wide, and the nucleus is located towards the base of the cell.
Blood → numerous erythrocytes and few leukocytes present in matrix; some platelets scattered around.
Collagen fibers → appear pink.
Connective Tissue → loose connective tissue, dense regular connective tissue and adipose tissue comprise this.
Elastic Fibers → appear as blue-black strands randomly arranged in the matrix.