Anatomy Tissue Study Guide
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Anatomy Tissue Study Guide
Mr Wood Anatomy Connective Tissues Epithelium
Anatomy tissues test study guide
What are the 3 types of cartilage?
What type of cartilage forms the framework of the outer ear?
What tissue functions as heat insulator beneath skin?
What tissue contains large amounts of fluid and lacks fibers?
Dense connective tissue
What tissue has cells arranged around osteonic canal?
What tissue binds skin to underlying organs?
What is the main tissue of tendons and ligaments?
Which tissue provides stored energy supply in fat vacuoles?
Which cartilage forms the flexible soft part of the nasal septum?
What cartilage pads between vertebrae that are shock absorbers?
Which cartilage forms supporting rings of respiratory passages?
Which tissue has cells greatly enlarged with nuclei pushed to sides?
Which tissue forms delicate, thin layers between muscles?
Which tissue has matrix that contains collagen fibers and mineral salts?
Which tissue is this?
Function and location of simple squamous?
Function and location of cardiac muscle?
: Pump blood
Function and location of dense connective?
: Bind bones
Function and location of bone?
: support, protect organs
: Skeletal system
Function and location of skeletal muscle?
: Attached to bones
Function and location of nervous tissue?
: Send electical messages
: Brain, spinal cord
Function and Location of hyaline?
: support, movement
: ends of bones
Function and location of smooth muscle?
: Moves along foods, wastes
Function and location of adipose tissue?
: Cushion and insulate
: Under skin surrounding organs
Function of stratified squamous?
F: Waterproof skin, barrier
Function and location of areolar tissue?
: Bind skin to lower organs
: Under skin
Which major tissue type forms mucous, serous, and epidermal membranes?
Which major tissue type allows for organ movements within the body?
Which major tissue type transmits electrochemical impulses?
Which major tissue type supports body organs?
Which major tissue type has cells that may absorb or secrete substances?
Which major tissue type is the basis of the major controlling system of the body?
Which major tissue type has cells that shorten?
Which major tissue type forms hormones?
Which major tissue type packages and protects body organs?
Which major tissue type is characterized by having large amounts of nonliving matrix?
Which major tissue type allows you to smile?
Which major tissue type is most widely distributed in the body?
Which major tissue type forms the brain and the spinal cord?
Which tissue coordinates, regulates, and integrates body functions?
Which tissue contains intercalated disks?
Which muscle lacks striations?
Which muscle is striated and involuntary?
Which muscle is striated and voluntary?
Which tissue contains neurons and neuroglial cells?
Which muscle is attached to bones?
Which muscle composes the heart?
Which muscle moves food through the digestive tract?
Which tissue transmits impulses along cytoplasmic extensions?
Which connective tissue provides great strength through parallel bundles of collagenic fibers; found in tendons?
Which connective tissue acts as a storage depot for fat?
Which connective tissue composes the dermis of the skin?
Which connective tissue forms the bony skeleton?
Which connective tissue composes the basement membrane and packages organs, includes a gel-like matrix with all categories of fibers and many cell types?
Which connective tissue forms the embryonic skeleton and the surfaces of bones at the joints; reinforces the trachea?
Which connecetive tissue provides insulation for the body?
Which connective tissue has structurally amorphous matrix, heavily invaded with fibers, appears glassy and smooth?
Which connective tissue contains cells arranged concentrically around a nutrient canal; matrix is hard due to calcium salts?
Which connective tissue forms the stroma or internal "skeleton" of lymph nodes, the spleen, and other lymphoid organs?
Reticular connective tissue
Function and location of simple columnar?
Function and location of pseudostratified columnar?
: Capture harmful particles before entering the lungs
Function and location of transitional?
: to stretch
: Urinary bladder
What do fibroblasts produce?
Collagen and elastin fibers
Other name for cartilage?
Other name for bone cell?
Other name for fiber-making cell?
What kind of matrix does bone and blood have?
: Protein matrix
: Fluid matrix