bio 130 chpt 4

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bio 130 chpt 4
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  1. what lines and covers the body surface
    membrane
  2. what consists of epithelium supported by connective tissue
    membrane
  3. what are the four types of membrane
    mucous, serous, cutaneous, and synovial
  4. what membrane lines organs that communicate to exterior
    mucous
  5. what membrane must be kept moist to facilitate movement, absorption or secretion
    mucous
  6. this membrane is lubricated by mucus or bodily fluids
    mucous
  7. what membrane is supported by areolar connective tissue (lamina propria)
    mucous
  8. what membrane is mesothelium supported by areolar connective tissue
    serous
  9. what membrane is delicate and never connected to exterior
    serous
  10. what membrane is transudate (liquid layer) that coats surface
    serous
  11. what are the three serous lines of subdivision of ventral body cavity
    pleura, peritoneum, pericardium
  12. which serous membrane is pleural cavity and lungs
    pleura
  13. which serous membrane is peritoneal cavity and visceral organ
    peritoneum
  14. which serous membrane is pericardial and heart
    pericardium
  15. what membrane covers surface of body, skin
    cutaneous
  16. what membrane is relatively thick, waterproof, and dry comparatively
    cutaneous
  17. what membrane lines mobile joint cavities
    synovial
  18. what membrane is similar to epithelium but not
    synovial
  19. what membrane develops within connective tissue, no basal lamina, and exchange fluid and solutes with cardiovascular capillaries
    synovial
  20. what are the wrapping around organs and connective tissue layers
    fasciae
  21. what structure supports and surrounds organs
    fasciae
  22. what are the three types of fasciae
    superficial, deep, subserous
  23. what fasciae is under the skin, consists of areolar and adipose tissue
    superficial
  24. what fasciae is continuous with capsuies, ligaments, and other connective tissue structures
    deep
  25. what fasciae consists of dense irregular connective tissue and strong fibrous internal framework
    deep
  26. what fasciae is between serous membrane and deep fasciae
    subserous
  27. what fasciae consists of entirely areolar tissue
    suberous
  28. what tissue has all functions of movement
    muscle
  29. what tissue allows movement of body, blood around cardiovascular system, and material along digestive tract
    muscle
  30. what are the three types of muscle tissue
    skeletal, smooth, cardiac
  31. what muscle is found in skeleton
    skeletal
  32. what muscle cells are long, cylindrical, striated, and have nuclei (multiple)
    skeletal
  33. what muscle move skeleton, guard organ entrance for digestive, repiratory, and urinary system, generate heat, and protect internal organ
    skeletal
  34. what muscle is found only in the heart
    cardiac
  35. what muscle cells are short, branched, striated, and single nucleus
    cardiac
  36. what muscle has intercalated discs
    cardiac
  37. what muscle functions to move blood and maintain blood pressure
    cardiac
  38. what muscle is found throughout the body (skin, blood vessel walls, many organs of various systems)
    smooth
  39. what muscle cells are short, spindle-shaped, nonstriated, have single nucleus
    smooth
  40. what muscle moves food, urine, and reproductive secretions
    smooth
  41. what muscle controls diameter of respiratory passageways and blood vessels
    smooth
  42. what tissue is specialized for conduction of electrical impulses
    neural
  43. what tissue is 98%found in the brain and spinal cord
    neural
  44. what are the two basic types of cells in neural tissue
    neurons and neuroglia
  45. which neural cell is a nerve
    neuron
  46. which neural cell are supporting cells
    neuroglia
  47. what cell in neural tissue transfers information around body and perform information processing
    neuron
  48. what cell in neural tissue can vary is shape and size
    neurons
  49. what neuron structure receives information
    dendrites
  50. what neuron structure conducts information to other cells, also called nerve fibers
    axon
  51. what neuron structure contains large nucleus and other organelles
    cell body
  52. what neuron structure has cell control center and site of information processing
    cell body
  53. what neuron structure lacks centrioles and cannot divide
    cell body
  54. what cell in the neural tissue has several different types associated with functions
    neuroglia
  55. what cell in the neural tissue maintain physical structure of neural tissue
    neuroglia
  56. what cell in the neural tissue repair neural tissue framework after injury
    neuroglia
  57. what cell in the neural tissue perform phagocytes
    neuroglia
  58. what cell in the neural tissue provide nutrients to neurons
    neuroglia
  59. what cell in the neural tissue regulate the composition of the interstitial fluid surrounding neurons
    neuroglia

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