embryology and histology Ch. 8

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  1. Which of the following tissues covers and lines both the external and internal body surfaces?
    a  cartilage b  adipose c  connective tissue  
    d epithelium
    d
  2. What is the name given to the clot that forms during repair of the dermis?
    a.scab  b.pearl   c.granulation   d.cyst
    a. scab Epithelium Turnover and Repair
  3. What is the special term used for the simple squamous epithelium that lines the vessels and serious cavities of the body?
    a.squames   b.endothelium   c.epidermis   d.reticular
    b
  4. What is the term for the amount of time it takes for newly divided cells to be completely replaced through a tissue?
    a.meiosis   b.mitosis   c.fusion d.turnover
    d
  5. Which of the following tissues provides nutrition for the underlying compact bone?
    a.compact bone b. cartilage   c.endosteum   d. cancellous bone  d.periosteum
    d
  6. Which of the following structures separates the epithelium from the connective tissue?
    basement membrane
  7. Which of these is NOT a function of Epithelium?
    Secretion   Support  Absorption   Protection   Sensory
    support
  8. Which type of bone tissue listed below contains osteons?
    compact bone
  9. Which type of blood cell is DIRECTLY responsible for immunoglobulin production?
    plasma cells
  10. Epithelial Tissues are characterized by:
    Little intercellular substance in proportion to the number of cells
  11. Simple squamous epithelial cells are found:
    Lining blood vesels and lymphatic ducts
  12. Ciliated columnar epithelium or ciliated pseudostratified epithelium is found in the:
    Trachea, nasal cavity, maxillary sinuses, bronchi, and fallopian tubes
  13. The fibers of connective tissue proper are classified as:
    Reticular, Elastic, and collagenous
  14. The cells of the blood are of different types. The distinct blood cell types include:
    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:
    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:
    Fibrous, hyaline, and elastic
  17. Neurons which convey impulses to muscles or glands, simtiulating them to action, are called:
    Motor neurons
  18. The types of epithelium found in the lining of the oral cavity include:
    Keratinized and nonkeratinized stratified squamous
  19. What are the two layers of the connective tissue proper?
    loose and dense connective tissue
  20. innermost part of the bone where blood cells are produced
    bone marrow
  21. fibrous connective tissue sheath containing blood vessels surrounding most cartilage
    Perichondrium
  22. lines the medullary cavity
    endosteum
  23. lattice (spongy) composed of trabeculae
    Cancellous Bone
  24. bone deep to the periosteum with haversain system of bone with lamellae
    compact bone
  25. double layer, dense connective tissue sheath covering the outer layer of bone
    Periosteum
  26. Osteocytes are connected with one another by means of:
    Canaliculi which extend between adjacent lacunae and which often contain extensions of the cytoplasm of the osteocytes
  27. The pattern of arrangment of the bone tissue in a Haversian system is:
    In concentric lamellae around a central canal
  28. 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
  29. To speak of intramembranous formation of bone means
    Bone matrix forms and calcifies in connective tissue without being preceded by cartilage formation
  30. The cells associated with bone apposition and bone resorption are, respectively,
    Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts
  31. 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
  32. Anchoring collagen  fibers are found:
    in the connective tissue adjacent to the lamina densa
  33. 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?
    connective tissue

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