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Anatomy Deluca Unit 2
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Which of the following is not a type of tissue? (Epithelial, Muscular, Nervous, Connective, Neuron)
Which type of tissues protect?
Which type of tissues connect structures within the body?
Which type of tissues allows movement of the body and within the body?
Which types of tissues send nerve impulses?
Is epithelial tissue vascularized? (Yes/No)
Does epithelial tissue contain nerves? (Yes/No)
Which type of epithelia has cilia?
Resembles stratified squamous tissue when not stretched. When stretched, the superficial cells are larger and cuboidal. It lines the Urinary Bladder.
A single layer of flat cells concerned with filtration and absorption.
Simple squamous epithelium
Tissue composed of many layers of cells, top layer of cells are flat and small, cells by the basement membrane are columnar.
Stratified squamous epithelium
Tissue which contains goblet cells, cilia, falsely stratified recangular cells.
Type of tissue which contains one layer of square cells.
Simple cuboidal epithelium
Type of tissue found in glands.
Found between epithelial and connective tissues.
Type of tissue composed of rectangular cells.
Simple columnar epithelium
Tissue specialized for fat storage. It contains adipocytes.
Cartilage that contains chondrocytes, random collagen, elastic fibers and ground substance.
Connective tissue composed of collangenous and elastic fibers which are randomly arranged a lot of ground substance and a few fibroblasts.
Loose connective tissue
Type of tissue which forms tendons and ligaments. It has a lot of collagenous fibers, fibroblasts, and very little ground substance.
Dense connective tissue
Type of tissue which contains only chondrocytes and ground substance
Type of tissue composed of neurons and neuroglial cells
Type of tissue which contains erythrocytes, leukocytes, thrombocytes, and plasma.
Type of epithelium which lines secretory portion of glands.
Simple cuboidal epithelium
Type of tissue whoch contains a lot of collagenous fivers, chondrocytes, little ground substance, and fibroblasts.
Type of tissue which contains goblet cells and tightly packed rectangular cells.
Consists of osteons which contain lamellae, lacunae, osteocytes, and a central canal.
Type of tissue which contains striated fibers and is voluntary.
Skeletal muscle tissue
Type of tissue which contains intercalated disks, is voluntary and makes up the heart.
Cardiac muscular tissue
Type of tissue which is non-striated and it is involuntary. It is found in hollow organs.
Smooth muscular tissue
Which of the following are parts of connective tissues?
Fibers, ground substance, cells
Which of the following are found in cartilage?
Chondrocytes, lacunae, ground substance, fibers
How does bone differ from cartilage?
Bone is vascular
True/False: Epithelial tissues have intercellular Matrix
True/False: Epithelial tissues cells are tightly packed.
True/False: Epithelial tissues contain ground substance
True/False: Adipose tissue has both white fat cells and brown cells.
True/False: Adipose tissue is a type of a connective tissue
True/False: Adipose tissue serves as an energy source
True/False: Adipose tissue has chondrocytes
What are the functions of epithelial tissues?
Protection, secretion, sensory functions, absorption/secretion
Cartilage tissues are likely to be slow in healing following injury because:
They are not vascular (no blood supply)
The concentric circles of osseous tissue are called:
Canals which provide nutrients to the osteocytes are called:
The basic units of compact bone are called:
Salts, calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, collagenous fibers are found in:
In the middle of compact bone, houses blood vessels and nerves:
The tissue that covers all body surface is
Cells found in blood are
Erythrocytes, leukocytes, thrombocytes
Common name for adipose tissue is
White fat cells have ____ fat droplet.
Brown fat cells have _______ fat droplets
Most abundant cell in connective tissue; it produces fibers.
Cell found in connective tissues that produces histamines and heparin.
Inelastic white fiber.
Supporting and protecting cells of neurons.
Cell which transports carbon dioxide and oxygen; found in blood.
White blood cell
Platelets; involved in blood clotting.
Yellow fibers; strechy
Fibers which contain collagen and glycoproteins.
An anticoagulant substance.
A substance which dilates blood vessels and increases permeability
A mature bone cell.
Phagocytic cells which are "big eaters"
Cell which is specialized for sending an impulse.
Extracellular fibers and ground substance make up the ___________ of connective tissue
________ is the most abundant protein in the human body.
___________ __________ is the background material of connective tissues
________ ________ are found on the outside of connective tissue cells.
______________ has the common name bone.
_________________ has the common name blood.
Red bone marrow
Contains neurons and neuroglial cells.
___________ is the ground substance of blood.
____________ is found in spongy bone.
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