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5 Matching questions

  1. osteoblasts
  2. In a typical feedback loop, an integrator involves the _____ system and an effector involves the _____ system.
  3. acetylcholine
  4. Loose connective tissue
  5. Lymph nodes
  1. a fibroblasts and fiber are dispersed widely throughout the matrix. Most common in the vertebrae body. Help organs and epithelia stay in place
  2. b filters or traps for foreign particles and contain white blood cells
  3. c nervous, glandular
  4. d bone forming cells. present on the outer surface and internal cavities of the bones of adults
  5. e a neurotransmitter that enables learning and memory and also triggers muscle contraction

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Supports and protects body parts; provides muscle attachment sites; produces red blood cells; stores calcium and phosphorous
  2. the cavity in the vertebrate body enclosed by the ribs between the diaphragm and the neck and containing the lungs and heart
  3. initiate a chain of events that intensify change from an original condition and after a limited time, the intesification reverses the change. Usually associated with instability in a system
  4. concentration and removal of substances that are of no use to the body
  5. cushions and protects the joints between bones

5 True/False questions

  1. An epithelium made up primarily of flattened cells is called _____.squamous

          

  2. Pharynxstructural unit of at least two tissues, organized in certain proportions and patterns, that carries out one or more common tasks

          

  3. Which nerve cells relay commands from the brain or spinal cord to muscle cells?motor neurons

          

  4. red marrowmostly fa substance that fills most mature bones of adults. Can be converted to red marrow in times of need

          

  5. endocrine glandsreceive and integrate sensory information. sore the bits that hold meaning and coordinate the body's short term and long term responses to stimuli