The epidermis is said to be a _____ stratified squamous epithelium because it is covered with dead, protein-filled cells.
Any gland that as no duct and secretes its products directly into the blood is called an _____ gland.
hyaline cartilage is covered by a fibrous connective tissue membrane called the _____.
All material that occurs outside the cells is called _____ material.
Tendons are in a category called _____ connective tissue because all their fibers are more or less parallel and closely spaced.
A simple epithelium is one in which every cell reaches the _____.
All connective tissues consist of cells, fibers, and _____.
The cell body of a neutron usually has one axon and numerous _____ extending from it.
The growth of a tissue to enlargement of is cells, but not involving the production of new cells, is called _____.
Glands that produce thin, watery secretions are called _____ glands.
Formation of scar tissue is known as _____.
_____ is the primary germ layer that gives rise to muscle and connective tissue.
The merocrine method uses _____ o secrete its product
All body passages open to the exterior are lined with _____.
Replacement of damaged tissue with the same kind of tissue is termed _____.
_____ are the type of membranes enclosing the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities.
The _____ is the specific membrane tat lines the abdominopelvic cavity
A tissue with intercalated discs is _____.
the scientific term for cartilage cells is_____.
the scientific term for fat cells is ____.
Each hair rows in an oblique epithelial tube called a/an ____.
The holocrine glands of the skin secrete _____.
Dead keratinized cells form the stratum ____ of the skin.
A deficiency of oxygen in the blood can give rise to a skin color called _____.
the fingernails are composed of the protein _____.
Perspiration creates a protective low-p film on the skin called the _____.
Sweat is secreted by the mechanism called _____, in which secretory vesicles release their contents at the apical surface of the gland cell.
Axillary sweat glands are in a class called _____ glands after a former mistaken belief about their mode of secretion.
Earwax is also called ____.
A mole is an example of _____.
Hair of the eyebrows is an example of _____.
Thinning of the hair is termed _____.
A yellow pigment, _____, is sometimes found in the skin.
A birthmark is an example of _____.
The scientific term for visible sweating is _____.
is the principle protein of the stratum corneum.
is the principle protein of the fingernails
A tendon that connects a muscle to a bone, whereas a _____ connects one bone to another.
Sutural (wormian) bones are found in some adults between the major bones of the _____.
The head of a long bone is called its _____.
Te medullary cavity of a bone is lined by a fibrous connective tissue membrane called the _____.
A person stops growing in height when closure of the _____ occurs around 18-20 years of age.
Cells called _____ deposit matrix at the surface of a bone.
The _____ in bone resists tension and usually prevents a bone from shattering under stress