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  1. Name the four basic types of tissues.
    • Muscular
    • Neural
    • Epithelial
    • Connective
  2. Which of the following is NOT a function of epithelial tissue?
    a) produce secretions
    b) provide sensations
    c) provides protection
    d) permeability control
    e) all of the above are functions of ET
    e) all of the above are functions of ET
  3. Which type of epithelia lines internal compartments and passageways?
    (simple or stratified?)
    Simple.
  4. Where do you find stratified epithelia?
    areas that are exposed to chemical or mechanical stresses
  5. a) Where is mesothelia found?
    b) Where is endothelia found?
    • a) it lines the ventral body cavities
    • b) it lines the inside of the heart and blood vessels
  6. Match each type of epithelium with the location of the body where it would be found.

    a. transitional epithelium
    b. simple cuboidal epithelium
    c. stratified columnar epithelium
    d. simple columnar epithelium
    e. stratified cuboidal epithelium
    f. pseudostratified columnar epithelium
    g. stratified squamous epithelium

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    1. lining of kidney tubules
    2. urinary bladder and ureters
    3. some sweat and mammary glands
    4. pharynx, epiglottis, anus, and urethra
    5. lining of stomach and intestines
    6. skin and mucous membranes
    7. respiratory and reproductive tracts
    • a.  2
    • b. 1
    • c.  4
    • d. 5
    • e.  3
    • f.  7
    • g. 6
  7. What type of secretions do endocrine glands produce?
    Hormones
  8. Name the 3 modes of secretions.
    • Merocrine
    • Apocrine
    • Holocrine
  9. What type of glands are merocrine?
    sweat and salivary glands
  10. What type of glands are apocrine?
    mammary glands
  11. What type of glands are holocrine?
    sebaceous glands
  12. Matrix = ________ + _________
    Matrix = Fibers Ground Substance
  13. What are the two types of connective tissue proper?
    • Loose CT
    • Dense CT
  14. What classification of connective tissue are blood and lymph tissues?
    Fluid CT
  15. What types of tissues are cartilage and bone?
    Supporting CT
  16. Where in the body would reticular fibers be found in the tissue?
    surrounding blood vessels and nerves
  17. Name two places where reticular CT can be found.
    • liver
    • spleen
    • lymph nodes
    • bone marrow
  18. What is special about brown fat that white fat lacks? Does everyone have brown fat?
    Brown fat have mitochondria, which can help produce heat. It is only found in babies.
  19. a)Tendons hold _____ to bone.
    b)Ligaments hold _____ to bone.
    • a) muscle
    • b) bone
  20. aponeurosis is ___________?
    flat tendon
  21. a) perichondrium is in dense irregular CT that surrounds _______
    b) periosteum is in dense irregular CT that is around ______
    c) capsules are in dense irregular CT that is around ______
    • a) cartilage
    • b) bone
    • c) organs and joints
  22. a) dense regular CT/dense irregular CT resists pull from many directions.

    b) dense regular CT/dense irregular CT resists pull from one direction.
    a) dense regular CT/dense irregular CT resists pull from many directions. 

    b) dense regular CT/dense irregular CT resists pull from one direction.
  23. What is another term for red blood cells?
    Erythrocytes
  24. Give the 3 terms for hypodermis.
    • hypodermis
    • superficial fascia
    • subcutaneous layer
  25. What is the consistency of the matrix of cartilage?
    firm gel
  26. Within what structure are chodrocytes found?
    lacunae
  27. Match the types of cartilages with the locations at which they would be found.

    a) elastic cartilage
    b) fibrocartilage
    c) hyaline cartilage
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    1) pubic symphasis and intervertebral discs
    2) between ribs and sternum; lines synovial joints
    3) external ear, epiglottis, and auditory canal
    • a ⇨ 3
    • b ⇨ 1
    • c ⇨ 2
  28. True/False. In an adult cartilage grows and repairs often.
    True/False. In an adult, cartilage does not grow, rarely repairs, and covers injuries with a dense fibrous patch.
  29. 2/3 of the bone matrix is _____________.
    1?3 of the bone matrix is _____________.
    • calcium salt
    • collagen fibers

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