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  1. The layer within the epidermis that acts as the foundation providing new cells is the _______.
    stratum basale
  2. which cells do not divide in an adult
    cardiac
  3. The superficial cells of the __________ are sloughed off and continually replaced.
    stratum corneum
  4. The type of exocrine gland in which the entire cell disintegrates, liberating any accumulated products, is the
    holocrine
  5. The root of a hair is located within a _________, an inward tubular extension of the epidermis into the dermis.
    hair folicle
  6. Which primary tissue type would be located in blood, body fat, ligaments
    and tendons, dermis of the skin, and in the cartilage of some joints?
    connective tissue
  7. The type of epithelium that lines the urinary bladder and may include some binucleated cells is called ____________ epithelium.
    transitional
  8. If you gently rub your thumb and forefinger together, each finger is caressing
    Keratinized stratified squamous epithelium
  9. Blood capillaries that supply the epidermis are located in the
    Dermal papillae
  10. Another name for the skin is the _________ membrane.
    Cutaneous
  11. The ________ are the spaces in which the ostocytes of bone reside.
    lacunae
  12. A single layer of square-like cells describes which tissue?
    simple cuboidal epithelium
  13. Exposure to sunlight stimulates the production of
    melanin and vitamin D.
  14. _____________ is a specialized connective tissue located in the intervertebral disks to absorb shock.
    Fibrocartilage
  15. _______________ is found lining the urinary bladder and is specialized to stretch and return to its original shape.
    Transitional epithelium
  16. What type of muscle contains intercalated discs?
    cardiac
  17. Where in the body would you find a glial cell?
    nervous system
  18. Which
    cell type, found in connective tissue proper, is formed from monocytes
    and serves to phagocytize damaged cells or pathogens?
    free macrophage
  19. Which of the following cell types would be found in places such as the kidneys or the secretory portions of glands?
    simple cubodial epithelium
  20. Which is not one of the four primary tissue types?
    A.skeletal
    B. endocrine
    C. connective
    D. epithelial
    E. nervous
    B. endocrine
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Appocrine sweat glands are located
    in the genital and axillary regions.
  22. The integument consists of an outer _________ and an underlying ________.
    epidermis; dermis
  23. Which cell type, found in
    connective tissue proper, is formed from monocytes and serves to
    phagocytize damaged cells or pathogens?
    free macrophage
  24. The study of tissues is called
    histology
  25. Which of the primary tissue types is most widely distributed throughout the body?
    connective
  26. The layer within the epidermis that acts as the foundation providing new cells is the _______.
    stratum basale
  27. Cells of ________ muscle tissue have striations plus multiple nuclei, and this tissue is _______ in function.
    skeletal; voluntary
  28. What type of epithelium has the appearance of a group of pillars lined up next to each other?
    simple columnar
  29. The structure responsible for actually pulling on the follicle and causing "goose bumps" is the
    Arrector pili muscle
  30. The type of muscle that is found in blood vessel walls is __________ muscle.
    smooth
  31. the mouth, esophagus, and vagina are lined with nonkeratinized ________ epithelium
    stratified squamos
  32. The membranes that line the joints of the body are referred to as
    synovial membranes.
  33. The type of exocrine gland in which the entire cell disintegrates, liberating any accumulated products, is the
    holocrine
  34. The epithelial membranes lining the ventral body cavity are _______ membranes.
    serous
  35. Cells of _______ muscle tissue are striated with a single nucleus, and this tissue is _________ in function.
    cardiac; involuntary
  36. Eccrine sweat glands are located
    throughout the body
  37. the membranes that line the cavities of the body and the internal organs are referred to as
    serous membranes
  38. If you were to rub your finger over the surface of your face you would notice that the skin was oily. What makes up the oil?
    Ruptured cells from sebaceous glands
  39. what cell tissue lines the gastrointestinal track?
    simple columnar epithelium
  40. ________ are cells of ________ tissue which are specialized to form and transmit impulses.
    neurons; nerve
  41. what are the four tissue types?
    connective, epithelial, muscle, nervous
  42. __________ sweat glands empty their secretions into hair follicles in axillary and genital areas of the body.
    apocrine
  43. what tissue is considered a lining for body organs?
    epithelial
  44. the most protective and driest of the cells are?
    A)connective tissue
    B)pseudostratified columnar epithelial
    C)nervous
    D)stratified squamous epithelial
    D)stratified squamous epithelial
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  45. cells that secreate fluid without losing internal structure?
    A)simple
    B)holocrine
    C)merocrine
    D)apocrine
    C)merocrine
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. what cells produce collegen?
    fibroblast
  47. the source of the anticoagulant heparin is?
    A)neutrophil
    B)mast
    C)macrophage
    D)fibroblast
    B)mast
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. The cells lining blood vessels and the lung alveoli are classed as _____ epithelium.
    A)columnar
    B)stratified squamous
    C)cuboidal
    D)simple squamous
    D)simple squamous
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  49. The kidney tubules are lined with _____ epithelial cells.
    A)cuboidal
    B)squamous
    C)ciliated
    D)columnar
    A)cuboidal
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  50. Which tissue is thin and specialized for the diffusion of gases and ions?
    A)connective
    B)simple columnar epithelium
    C)simple squamous epithelium
    D)cuboidal epithelial
    C)simple squamous epithelium
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. The air sacs in the lungs are comprised of _____ cells.
    A)transitional
    B)simple columnar
    C)simple squamous
    D)simple cuboidal
    C)simple squamous
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  52. Simple _____ epithelial cells are specialized for secretion and are found in glands such as the pancreas.
    A)cuboidal
    B)columnar
    C)squamous
    D)transitional
    A)cuboidal
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  53. Microvilli are found on the apical surface of _____ cells.
    A)simple columnar
    B)pseudostratified
    C)squamous
    D)transitional
    A)simple columnar
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  54. The respiratory passages are lined with _____ cells.
    A)cuboidal
    B)pseudostratified columnar
    C)columnar
    D)transitional
    C)columnar
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  55. The _____ lining of the urinary bladder allows it to stretch without tearing or losing integrity.
    A)muscle
    B)squamous epithelium
    C)cuboidal epithelium
    D)transitional epithelium
    D)transitional epithelium
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  56. What is the main tissue type comprising tendons and ligaments?
    A)reticular connective
    B)loose connective
    C)dense connective tissue
    D)cartilage
    C)dense connective tissue
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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