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CH 3 Tissues A&P
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Which of the following is a covering tissue?
Transitional (interior covering of the bladder)
Which of the following is a binding tissue?
Tendons (bones and muscles)
Which tissues would have the function of coordination?
Which tissues function of transportation?
Only tissue with liquid matrix?
Explain difference between keratinized and non-keratinized stratified squamous epithelial?
No nuclei in outermost layer
Mouth and esophagus
Nuclei in every layer even outermost
What's the biggest threat to stratified squamous epithelial if penetrated?
What tissue would you expect to see if took a swab and rubbed the inside of your mouth?
What tissue would you expect to find from stomach to anus? (intestines)
What do goblet cells secrete?
Simple squamous has special structure which allows it to accomplish one of the most important body functions in the alveolar sacs and capillaries. What is that function?
The law of diffusion
Which of the following is NOT a function of epithelial tissue?
What do we call the free end of the epithelial tissue?
Apical end (surface area end of the slide)
Which tissue regenerates itself most quickly?
What does avascular mean?
Without blood vessels
When applied to histology what does the term simple mean?
One cell thick (one layer)
What tissue allows diffusion of gases in the lungs and in the capillaries?
The mouth and esophagus are covered with which of the following tissues?
Non-keratinized stratified squamous
Where would you look to find simple cuboidal cells. What organ?
What organ would you look in to find transitional tissue?
What is it that determines the functions of connective tissues? What part determines it?
What is in between the cells
What is the main function of blood?
Squamous cells constantly shed from skin. Process is called?
Bone cells called?
Cartilage cells are called?
What is the function of cells in connective tissues?
To maintain the matrix
What is contained in a matrix?
Fibers, gel, plasma...
What tissues protects the ends of long at joints?
Hyaline Cartilage (articular cartilage)
What tissue would you find in the pinna of the ear?
What is the main function of fibrocartilage and where is it found?
Between the vertebrae
What is the main function of fibrocartilage?
What tissue makes tendons and ligaments?
Dense fibrous regular
Difference between dense fibrous regular and irregular?
Reg. has some order _ flat cells
Irreg. no order very dotty
What does irregular tissue do?
Holds skin down to underlying tissues
What structures latch bones together?
What protein fiber is used in structures that require strength?
The layer of connective tissue that lies just under the skin and also latches organs together, is what?
Fascia is another name for this tissue?
What is the main function of muscle tissue...what does it do that no other tissue can do?
Which of the muscles tissues is consciously controlled?
The circular muscles of the intestine, stomach and esophagus...all hollow organs are called?
What circular muscles act as valves and control the flow of things?
Which type of tissue has intercalated discs?
What tissue structured to store energy?
The lymph system is necessary to do what?
Returns plasma to circulatory system and it even filters it
Where are lymph nodes located?
Wherever there is an appendage that meets the trunk of your body
When white blood cells leave the blood vessels is called?
Which is NOT a function of the nerve tissue?
Bone tissue is hard because it has what in its matrix?
What connective tissue do you find in lymph nodes?
Costal cartilage refers to the ribs is made of what kind of tissue? Same as Xiphoid process and larynx
Something that the lymph nodes nourish?
Only human tissue with a flagellum?
Where is transitional tissue found?
Stretchable tissue found in ureters, urethra, and bladder ----------------
Also known as fascia, line of defense if skin is penetrated -----------
Intercalated discs, branch looking, nonconscious control -----------
Very thin, lines blood vessels, and allows for diffusion in lungs ----------
Controls, communicates, coordinates, connects ---------------------
Hardest tissue in the body; except for tooth enamel -------
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