bio 1001 lab #11

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  1. groups of cells that have the same structural characteristics and perform the same functions are called
    tissues
  2. _____ are composed of different types of tissues
    organs
  3. various organs form ____
    organ systems
  4. what are the levels of biological organization
    cell---->tissues----->organs----->organ systems
  5. name the four types of epithelial tissues
    • 1: simple cuboidal epithelium
    • 2: simple columnar epithelium
    • 3: stratified squamous epithelium
    • 4:pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium
  6. this type of tissue has a hollow space (lines body cavities)
    name the tissue and name a place in the body it can be found
    • simple cuboidal epithelium
    • kidney, ovary, ducts of glands
  7. this type of tissue contains goblet cells which lubricates and protects the digestive trace
    simple columnar epithelium
  8. this type of tissue is the outer (dermis) layer of skin and is found at wet surfaces of the body (mouth, vagina, etc)
    stratified ciliated columnar epithelium
  9. this tissue contains goblet cell and is the only tissue to have cilia
    pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium
  10. these type of tissues connect, bind, support, and protect
    connective tissues
  11. this type of tissue contains elastin fibers and collagen fibers
    loose connective
  12. these are stringy and stretchy, rubberband like material that holds skin to musculature in loose connective tissues
    elastin fibers
  13. flexible but strong material in connective tissues
    collagen fibers
  14. fat tissue-padding around the kidneys, heart and between skin and musculature
    adipose
  15. this tissue contains a smattering of cells, matrix, collagen fibers and are found in tendons and ligaments
    dense fibrous connective
  16. this tissue contains a chondrocyte that lives in its own lacunae
    cartilage
  17. a chondrocyte lives in a
    lacunae
  18. where are cartilage tissues found in the body
    ears, nose, knee, larynx, ends of bones
  19. cells called osteocyts are found in what tissue?
    bone
  20. an osteocyte lives in a
    lacunae
  21. the large blood vessel that allow the blood to flow thru the bone tissue is called
    the haversion canal
  22. what are the cannals that connect the lacunae to the haversion canal
    canaliculi
  23. what is the matrix of blood
    plasma
  24. non-living extracellular junk is called
    matrix
  25. what types of cells are contained in blood
    white blood cells and red blood cells
  26. smaller, more numerous cells in blood
    red blood cells
  27. larger cells, but fewer in number contained in blood
    white blood cells
  28. what are the three types of muscle tissue
    skeletal smooth and cardiac
  29. long, cylindrical, symetrical, striated tissue is called
    skeletal
  30. tissue that is striated and involuntary, also known as branching and gaping
    cardiac
  31. smooth muscle tissue can be found in
    the digestive tract
  32. a neuron contains three parts. name them
    axon, dendrite and cell body
  33. nerve impulses travel______--->_____--->______
    dendrite---->cell body----->axon
  34. skin is an
    organ
  35. skin has 3 layers....name them
    epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous layer
  36. the _____ layer contains stratified squamous epithelium
    epidermis
  37. the ______ layer contains connective tissue, blood vessels, nerves, sense organs, sweat glands, oil glands, and hair follicles
    dermis
  38. the _____ layer contains loose connective tissue and adipose tissue
    subcutaneous
  39. the ______ is the largest layer of skin
    dermis

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