Connective Tissue.txt

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  1. Adult connective tissue is derived from ____.
    Mesenchyme
  2. Which statement is true
    A. All connective tissue is vascular
    B. Most connective tissue is vascular but some is avascular 
    C. All connective tissue is avascular
    B. Most connective tissue is vascular but some is avascular
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Which is the most abundant tissue in the body?
    A. Epithelial
    B. Muscle
    C. Nervous
    D. Connective 
    D. Connective
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. What is another name for the intercellular material of connective tissue?
    Extracellular Matrix
  5. List 6 functions of adult connective tissue.
    • 1) Structural framework 
    • 2) Transports substances
    • 3) Protection
    • 4) Supports, Surrounds, Interconnects
    • 5) Stores energy
    • 6) Defense
  6. Name the 3 structural elements that make up intercellular material.
    • 1) Ground substance
    • 2) Fibers
    • 3) Cells
  7. What is ground substance made of?
    Contains fibers and interstitial fluid with proteins and polysaccharides in it
  8. Name the connective tissue fiber that:
    Is the most abundant fiber in adult connective tissue.
    Collagen Fiber
  9. Name the connective tissue fiber that:
    Are short and highly branched.
    Reticular Fiber
  10. Name the connective tissue fiber that:
    Are long, branched and wavy.
    Elastic Fiber
  11. Name the connective tissue fiber that:
    Are the longest fiber; they are also unbranched.
    Collagen Fiber
  12. Name the connective tissue fiber that:
    Found in the stroma of many organs
    Reticular Fiber
  13. What are collagen fibers made of?
    Collagen Protein 
  14. What are elastic fibers made of?
    Elastin Protein
  15. What are reticular fibers made of?
    Modified Collagen 
  16. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Most abundant type
    Areolar Tissue
  17. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Forms the stroma of some organs 
    Reticular Tissue
  18. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Has cells that look like signet rings 
    Adipose Tissue
  19. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Has osteoblasts
    Bone
  20. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Has elastic fibers but no lacunae
    Elastic Tissue
  21. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Has densely but irregularly packed collagen fibers
    Dense, Irregular Tissue
  22. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Functions as the general packing material in the body
    Areolar Tissue
  23. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Has densely and regular packed collagen fibers 
    Dense, Regular Tissue
  24. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Found in the yellow bone marrow
    Adipose Tissue
  25. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Makes up tendons and ligaments
    Dense, Regular Tissue
  26. Name the type of connective tissue proper described:
    Makes up the perichondrium
    (membrane that surrounds cartilage) & periosteum (membrane that surrounds bone)
    Dense, Irregular Tissue
  27. Name the connective tissue stem cell that gives rise to all other connective tissue cells.
    Mesenchymal cells
  28. Name the major cell in connective tissue proper.
    Fibroblast
  29. Differential between a chondroblast and a chondrocyte.
    Chondroblast is an immature cell (major cell in cartilage) and chondrocyte is a mature cell
  30. What is the plentiful type of cartilage?
    Hyaline Cartilage
  31. Name the type of cartilage described:
    No visible fibers; looks glossy
    Hyaline Cartilage
  32. Name the type of cartilage described:
    Found in the external ear
    Elastic Cartilage
  33. Name the type of cartilage described:
    Found at the ends of long bones
    Hyaline Cartilage
  34. Name the type of cartilage described:
    Found in intervertebral joints
    Fibrocartilage (Fibrous Cartilage)
  35. What type of fibers are found in hyaline cartilage?
    Collagen Fibers
  36. What type of fibers are found in fibrocartilage?
    Collagen Fibers
  37. What type of fibers are found in elastic cartilage?
    Elastic Fibers

  38. Identify the type of connective tissue & where it is in the body.
    Dense, Irregular Tissue (dermis)

  39. Identify the type of cartilage.
    Elastic Cartilage

  40. Identify the type of connective tissue & where it is in the body.
    Dense, Regular Tissue (tendons, ligaments)

  41. Identify the type of connective tissue & where it is in the body.
    Adipose Tissue (yellow bone marrow, under skin, breasts)

  42. Identify the type of connective tissue & where it is in the body.
    Reticular Tissue (spleen, lymph nodes, red bone marrow)

  43. Identify the type of connective tissue & where it is in the body.
    Areolar Tissue (surround and support capillaries)

  44. Identify the type of cartilage.
    Hyaline Cartilage

  45. Identify the type of connective tissue & where it is in the body.
    Elastic Tissue (larynx, elastic arteries)

  46. Identify the type of cartilage.
    Fibrocartilage (Fibrous Cartilage)

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