anatomy lab final exam

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  1. What is the body cavity in which a single lung is located?
    pleural cavity
  2. What membranous vesicles contain acid hydrolases and serve to digest worn-out
    organelles and foreign substances that enter the cell?
    lysosomes
  3. What membranous vesicles contain oxidase enzymes that detoxify alcohol, hydrogen
    peroxide, and other harmful chemicals?
    peroxisomes
  4. What do we call an epithelial tissue that is composed of many layers of cells that
    change their shape depending on the degree of stretching of the organ?
    transitional epithelium
  5. The ability to discriminate two closely spaced objects as
    separate is [x1].
    resolution
  6. List two of the seven criteria listed in your
    lab manual that are used to name muscles?
    • direction of fibers (fascicles), relative size, location, number of origins, location of
    • origin and insertion, shape, action (any two)
  7. What do we call an epithelial tissue that is one cell layer thick and is composed of
    cells that are as high as they are wide?
    simple cuboidal epithelium
  8. What do we call a dense connective tissue containing
    collagen fibers in bundles arranged in many directions and populated primarily
    by fibroblasts?
    dense irregular connective tissue
  9. What do we call a loose connective tissue containing reticular fibers?
    reticular connective tissue
  10. What do we call a dense connective tissue containing elastin fibers and populated
    primarily by chondrocytes?
    elastic cartilage
  11. Name
    two criteria by which connective tissues are classified?
  12. cell type, matrix composition, protein fiber type,
    arrangement of protein fibers
  13. If
    an epithelial tissue is more than one cell layer thick, it is classified as a
    ___________ epithelium.
    stratified
  14. What do we call an epithelial tissue that is
    many cell layers thick and is composed of flattened cells?
    stratified squamous epithelium
  15. What
    do we call a muscular tissue in which the cells are striated, multinucleate,
    and parallel to one another?
    skeletal muscle tissue
  16. What
    primary type of tissue is excitable but not contractile?
    nervous tissue
  17. What
    are the primary functional cells of nervous tissue called?
    neurons
    • pseudostratified
    • columnar epithelial tissue
  18. irregular
  19. left or right?
    left
  20. What
    double walled organelle contains enzymes that oxidize foodstuffs to produce
    cellular energy?
    mitochondria
  21. elastic cartilage
  22. The
    term "femoral" refers to which region of the body?
    thigh
  23. What do we call a dense connective tissue containing an
    amorphous matrix and populated primarily by chondrocytes?
    hyaline cartilage

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