5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Columnar Epithelium
- Plasma Transports
- Endocrine Glands
- a A component of mammalian blood that lacks a nucleus and is derived from fragments of megakaryocyte cytoplasm, and that assists in blood clotting, also called a thrombocyte.
- b Secreted directly into the blood and circulate throughout the body to their target areas.
- c Nutrients, Electrolytes, Clotting factors, Metabolic Wastes
- d Rectangular cells with nuclei that are oval and parallel to the axis of the cell
- e Primary blast cells of bone
5 Multiple choice questions
- Fight Bacteria
- Plasma, RBC, WBC, Platelets
- Release their products onto the free surface of the skin or of the open cavities of the body such as the digestive, respiratory or reproductive tracts.
- Involved in development of allergies
- Square cells with nucllei that are round and situated in the middle of the cell
5 True/False questions
Glands → The fluid part especially of blood or lymph.
Hemocytoblasts → Primary blast cells of bone
Biopsy → The removal and examination of tissue, cells, or fluids from the living body.
Hemoglobin → An iron-containing respiratory pigment of vertebrate red blood cells that functions primarily in the transport of oxygen from the lungs to the tissues of the body.
Simple Epithelium → They are found in areas of minimum wear and tear. Their main function is to allow passage of substances between the lumen and the surrounding tissues.