DH 1350 Quiz 7 chapter8

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Chapter 8 basic tissues
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  1. Which of the following tissues covers and lines both the external and internal body surfaces?

    cartilage
    epithelium
    adipose
    connectivetissue
    epithelium
  2. What is the name given to the clot that forms during repair of the dermis?

    cyst
    pearl
    scab
    granulation
    scab
  3. What is the special term used for the simple squamous epithelium that lines the vessels and serious cavities of the body?

    squames
    endothelium
    reticular
    epidermis
    endothelium
  4. What is the term for the amount of time it takes for newly divided cells to be completely replaced through a tissue?

    fusion
    mitosis
    turnover
    meiosis
    turnover
  5. Which of the following tissues provides nutrition for the underlying compact bone?

    endosteum
    cancellous bone
    cartilage
    compact bone
    periosteum
    periosteum
  6. Which of the following structures separates the epithelium from the connective tissue?

    endosteum
    periosteum
    keratin layer
    basement membrane
    submucosa
    basement membrane
  7. Which of these is NOT a function of Epithelium?

    Sensory
    protection
     Absorption
     secretion
    Support
    support
  8. Which type of bone tissue listed below  contains osteons?

    primary bone
    osteoid
    compact bone
    cancellous bone
    compact bone
  9. Which type of blood cell is DIRECTLY responsible for immunoglobulin production?

    Mast cells
    basophils
    neutrophils
    plasma cells
    monocytes
    plasma cells
  10. Epithelial Tissues are characterized by:

    no intercellular substance

    Interecellular substance in the surface layer only

    Little intercellular substance in proportion to the number of cells

    Much intercellular substance and few cells
    Little intercellular substance in proportion to the number of cells
  11. Simple squamous epithelial cells are found:

    Lining blood vesels and lymphatic ducts
    Lining the nasal cavity
    On the dorsal surface of the tongue
    Lining the trachea
    Lining blood vesels and lymphatic ducts
  12. Ciliated columnar epithelium or ciliated pseudostratified epithelium is found in the:

    Trachea, nasal cavity, lining of larger arteries, and fallopian tubes

    Trachea, nasal cavity, esophagus, urinary bladder, and lungs

    Trachea, nasal cavity, maxillary sinuses, bronchi, and fallopian tubes

    trachea, nasal cavity,maxillary sinuses, and stomach
    Trachea, nasal cavity, maxillary sinuses, bronchi, and fallopian tubes
  13. The fibers of connective tissue proper are classified as:

     Collagenous, mesenchymal, elastic, and smooth

    elastic, longitudinal, reticular, and collagenous

    Reticular, Elastic, and collagenous

    Collagenous, muscular, elastic and reticular
    Reticular, Elastic, and collagenous
  14. The cells of the blood are of different types.
    The distinct blood cell types include:

    Lymphocytes, Erythrocytes, Leukocytes
    Monocyte, Eosinophil, Basophil
    Mast Cell, Macrophage, Immunoglobulin
    Erythrocyte, Thrombocyte, Leukocyte
    Erythrocyte, Thrombocyte, Leukocyte
  15. The type of muscle referred to as smooth muscle is found in different places in the body.These places include the:

     Walls of the blood vesseals, alf of the heart muscle, cerebellum, and walls of the
    intestines and stomach

    Wall of the intestine, wall of the stomach, wall of the ureter, wall of the urinary bladder, walls of blood vessels

    Walls of blood vessels, wall of the intestine, marginal gingiva, and wall of the ureter

    Wall of the urninary bladder, adrenal cortex, walls of the large and small intestines, and wall of the stomach
    Wall of the intestine, wall of the stomach, wall of the ureter, wall of the urinary bladder, walls of blood vessels
  16. Cartilage tissue occurs in three forms which are known as:

    Elastic, nonelastic, and osseous
    Fibrous,osseus, and hyaline
    Fibrous, hyaline, and elastic
    Hyaline, osseous, and elastic
    Fibrous, hyaline, and elastic
  17. Neurons which convey impulses to muscles or glands, simtiulating them to action, are called:

    Motor neurons
    Association neurons
    Reflex neurons
    Sensory neurons
    motor neurons
  18. The types of epithelium found in the lining of the oral cavity include: 

    Keratinized and nonkeratinized stratified squamous

    Simple squamous and stratified squamous

    stratified cuboidal and stratified squamous

    keratinized stratified squamous and nonkeratinized simple squamous
    Keratinized and nonkeratinized stratified squamous
  19. What are the two layers of the connective tissue proper?
    • loose connective tissue
    • dense connective tissue
  20. Match the tissue layer with its appropriate description:

    bone marrow
    perichondrium
    endosteum
    cancellous bone
    compact bone
    periosteum

    1 innermost part of the bone where blood cells are produced

    2 double layer dense connective tissue sheath covering the outer layer of bone

    3 lattice (spongy) bone composed of trabeculae

    4 fibrous connective tissue sheath containgin blood vessels surround most cartlidge

    5 lines medullary cavity

    6 bone deep to the periosteum with the Hyersian system of bone with lamellae
    1 innermost part of the bone where blood cells are produced

    4 fibrous connective tissue sheath containgin blood vessels surround most cartlidge

    5 lines medullary cavity

    3 lattice (spongy) bone composed of trabeculae

    6 bone deep to the periosteum with the Hyersian system of bone with lamellae

    2 double layer dense connective tissue sheath covering the outer layer of bone
  21. Osteocytes are connected with one another by means of:

    Fibrils extending from the nuclei of each cell

    Nothing at all; there is no connection

    Canaliculi which extend between adjacent lacunae and which often contain extensions of the cytoplasm of the osteocytes

    Blood vessels which extend from lucna to lacuna through canaliculi
    Canaliculi which extend between adjacent lacunae and which often contain extensions of the cytoplasm of the osteocytes
  22. The pattern of arrangment of the bone tissue in a Haversian system is:

    In no special arrangment, but is perforated by Haversian canals

    In concentric lamellae around a central canal

    In diagonal layers between Haversian systems

    In layers of bone tissue which follow the outline of the marrow cavity
    In concentric lamellae around a central canal
  23. To speak of endochondral formation of bone means that:

    A cartilage structure precedes the bone tissue , becomes calcified, is resorbed, and is replaced by bone tissue

    Cartilage becomes bone as it matures

    A bone forms with a cartilage covering for protection, and the covering later resorbs

    Bone tissue forms around a large blood vessel, with cartilage on the inner surface
    A cartilage structure precedes the bone tissue , becomes calcified, is resorbed, and is replaced by bone tissue
  24. To speak of intramembranous formation of bone means: 

    Bone matrix has a membrane running through it in layers

    Bone forms with a muscular membrane surroundg it which produces and then resorbs the tissue

    Bone forms first as a thin membrane and is then converted into bone

    Bone matrix forms and calcifies in connective tissue without being preceded by cartilage formation
    Bone matrix forms and calcifies in connective tissue without being preceded by cartilage formation
  25. The cells associated with bone apposition and bone resorption are, respectively, 

    Osteoids and Osteums
    Osteoclasts and Osteoblasts
    Osteoids and Osteocoles
    Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts
    Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts
  26. The nutrient canals that run at right angles to the canals in the osteon and pass through the alveolar bone proper into the periodontal ligament known as _________________ canals.
    Volkmann's
  27. Anchoring collagen  fibers are found:

    between the lamina densa and the lamina lucinda

    between the epithelial cell surface and lamina lucinda

    in the epithelium adjacent to the lamina densa

    in the connective tissue adjacent to the lamina densa
    in the connective tissue adjacent to the lamina densa
  28. Which of the following basic tissue types is characterized by many different types of cells surrounded by large amounts of intercellular
    substance with vascularization present?

    epithelium
    muscle tissue
    connective tissue
    connective tissue

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