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  1. list the description, fxn, location, and subtypes of epithelia cells:
    • description: tightly packed cells, no matrix, no blood vessels
    • fxn: absorption, secretions, resist abraisons
    • location: surrounding organs, cavities, and on skin
    • subtypes: squamis, cuboidal, columnar, pesudosratified, kertain, non keratinized, and transitional
  2. list the description, fxn, location, and subtypes of connective tissue:
    • description: vessels, lots of matrix
    • fxn: structure, insulation, transportation
    • location: skeletal, vessels, respitatory
    • subtypes: adipose, dense, rectiular, blood, bond, hylign
  3. list the description, fxn, location, and suptypes of muscular tissue:
    • description: tightly packed, little matrix
    • fxn: exert force, produce heat
    • location: tendons, ligaments, heart, skeletal
    • subtypes: smooth, skeletal, cardiac
  4. list the description, fxn, location, and subtypes of nervous tissue:
    • description: neurons, glial
    • fxn: rapid communication
    • location: spinal cord, brain, nerves
    • subtypes: neruons, glial
  5. which of the following tissue types is multinucleate and has striations?

    A. smooth muscle
    B. skeletal muscle
    C. simple cuboidal
    D. fibrocartilage
    B. skeletal muscle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. which of the following tissue types is found in the liver, spleen, and lymph nodes?

    recticlar connective tissue
    simple cuboidal
    stratified squamous
    recitular conective tissue
  7. which of the following tissue types has a calcifed matrix and contains lacunae?

    blood
    smooth muscle
    bone
    skeletal muscle
    bone
  8. match the following tissues with their descriptions:

    hyaline cartilage
    skeletal muscle
    cardiac muscle
    transitional epithelium
    straifed squamous epithelium
    bone
    blood
    areolar connective tissue

    a. is multinucleate and has striations
    b. matrix is liquid with no fibers
    c. matrix is calcifed and contains lacunae
    d. is uninucleate and has intercalated discs
    e. resist abraison and water loss
    f. found in the treachea and nose
    g. has all fiber types, lots of ECF, and is vascular
    h. found in the uniary bladder and stretches
    • hylaine cartilage: F. found in the treachea and nose
    • skeletal muscle: is multinucleate and has striataions
    • cardiac muslce: is uninucleate and has intercalated discs
    • transitional epithelium: found in the uniary bladder and streches
    • straified squamous epithelium: E. resist abrasion and water loss
    • bone: c. matrix is calcifed and contains lacunae
    • blood: b. matrix is liqiud with no fibers
    • areolar connective tissue: g. has all fiber types, lots of ECF, and is vascular
  9. Luekoctyes are cells of which type of tissue?

    A. muscular
    B. epithelial
    C. nervous
    D. connective
    D. connective
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. whic of the following is a function fo epithelial tissue:

    A. forms sense tissues for smell, sight, hearing and touch
    B. support, binding of organs, and transport
    C. for contraction and to exert force
    D. protection and communication
    D. protection and communication
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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