Koofers

A&P 1 review questions-- chapter 5 - Flashcards

Flashcard Deck Information

Class:HSCI 2010 - Anatomy/Physiology I
Subject:Health Sciences (HSCI)
University:East Tennessee State University
Term:Fall 2010
- of -
INCORRECT CORRECT
- INCORRECT     - CORRECT     - SKIPPED
Shuffle Remaining Cards Show Definitions First Take Quiz (NEW)
Hide Keyboard shortcuts
Next card
Previous card
Mark correct
Mark incorrect
Flip card
Start Over
Shuffle
      Mode:   CARDS LIST       ? pages   PRINT EXIT
The biology of tissues is called: histology
the most widespread and abundant tissue in the body is... connective
Nerve tissue is derived from what germ layer? Ectoderm
Muscle tissue develops from: mesoderm
Generated by Koofers.com
A tissue is: a group of similar cells that perform a common function.
Blood is a member of which basic tissue type? Connective
Which tissue lines body cavities and protects body surfaces? Epithelial
Which of the following epithelial functions is a primary activity of glandular epithelium? Protection, secretion, sensation, or excretion secretion
Generated by Koofers.com
What structure is formed by the union of the basal and reticular lamina Basement membrane
What are some functions of epithelial tissue? Absorption, secretion, and protection
Epithelial cells can be classified according to shape. What are some characterisitc shapes of epithelial cells? cubed, cyliderical, and flat.
One of the characteristics of which type of epithelial tissue is that of being able to readily diffuse material through it, such as occurs in alveoli? Simple squamous
Generated by Koofers.com
Goblet cells, cilia, and microvilli are modifications of which type of epithelial tissue? simple columnar
Keratinized stratified sqamous epithelium is found in the: epidermis
Glands that are not ducted, but release their products directly into tissue fluid and blood, are called: endocrine
Oil-producing glands that self-destruct in order to function are referred to as: holocrine
Generated by Koofers.com
How many layers make up pseudostratified epithelium? one
What would be found as skin covering? stratified squamous (keratinized) epithelium
Which exocrine glands consitute the mammary glands? Apocrine
Which of the following is the functional classification of salivary glands? Merocrine
Generated by Koofers.com
Which is not a function of connective tissue? Transport, support, defense, or communication communication
Which of the following can be found in the extracellular matrix? water, proteoglycans, or bone cells both water, and proteoglycans
Collagenous fibers can be found extensively in: connective tissue
the type of tissue referred to as loose ordinary connective tissue is: areolar
Generated by Koofers.com
The basic organizational or structural unit of bone is called the: hayersian system
cartilage is a form of: connective tissue
What are some functions of adipose tissue? Insulates to conserve body heat, supports and protects the kidneys and stores excess food.
The mature cells of bone are called: osteocytes
Generated by Koofers.com
the most prevalent type of cartilage is: hyaline cartilage
The red marrow of bones is a form of: hematopoietic tissue
the type of tissue that contains cells called neurons is: nervous
Which of the following is another name for skeletal muscles? striated voluntary, nonstriated involuntary, striated involuntary, or pseudostriated involuntary striated voluntary
Generated by Koofers.com
the peritoneum is an example of a: serous membrane
Connective tissue membranes differ from cutaneous and serous membranes in that they: do not contain epithelial components
what are some characteristics of connective tissue? Protects the body from foreign invaders, supports the body, and transports substances throughout the body.
The most complex tissue in the body is: nervous
Generated by Koofers.com
Describe simple cuboidal epithelium: it is one layer thick, it is composed of cuboidal-shaped cells, and it is found in ducts or tubules of the kidney.
Microvilli are found on which types of cells in the lining of the intestine? simple columnar epithelium
Cilia are found on which type of cells lining the respiratory tract? Pseudostratified epithelium
The functioning what glandular tissues does NOT injure the cell or cause a loss of cytoplasm? Merocrine
Generated by Koofers.com
Areolar tissue usually contains which types of cell in the greatest number? fibroblasts
Cells found only in cartilage include: only chondrocytes
What are some characteristics of skeletal muscles? They are attached to bone, have striations, and are voluntary or "willed" muscles.
What are some characteristics of smooth muscles? They have one nucleus per cell, make up the walls of the viscrea, and usually are not under voluntary control.
Generated by Koofers.com
The serous membrane covering the stomach is called the: visceral peritoneum.
Which of the following is not a primary germ layer? epiderm, mesoderm, endoderm, ectoderm epiderm
Microvilli assist epithelial tissue in: absorbing nutruients.
they type of cell found in connective tissue that releases histamine is a(n): mast cell
Generated by Koofers.com
Cancellous tissue is an example of which type of connective tissue? Bone
An axon is an important part of which kind of tissue? Nervous
the membrane lining the wall of the thoracic cavity is the: parietal pleura
The membrane lining the wall of the abdominal cavity is the: Parietal peritoneum
Generated by Koofers.com
Connective tissue forms from stem cell tissue called: Mesenchyme
Which of the following is not a class of cartilage tissue? hyaline, fibrocartilage, cancellous, or elastic cancellous
Fat cells would most likely be found in: adipose tissue
Small spaces in the bone where osteocytes are located are called: lacunae
Generated by Koofers.com
Hematopoietic tissue can be found in the: bones
Generated by Koofers.com

List View: Terms & Definitions

  Hide All 57 Print
 
Front
Back
 The biology of tissues is called:histology
 the most widespread and abundant tissue in the body is...connective
 Nerve tissue is derived from what germ layer?Ectoderm
 Muscle tissue develops from:mesoderm
 A tissue is:a group of similar cells that perform a common function.
 Blood is a member of which basic tissue type?Connective
 Which tissue lines body cavities and protects body surfaces?Epithelial
 Which of the following epithelial functions is a primary activity of glandular epithelium? Protection, secretion, sensation, or excretionsecretion
 What structure is formed by the union of the basal and reticular laminaBasement membrane
 What are some functions of epithelial tissue?Absorption, secretion, and protection
 Epithelial cells can be classified according to shape. What are some characterisitc shapes of epithelial cells?cubed, cyliderical, and flat.
 One of the characteristics of which type of epithelial tissue is that of being able to readily diffuse material through it, such as occurs in alveoli?Simple squamous
 Goblet cells, cilia, and microvilli are modifications of which type of epithelial tissue?simple columnar
 Keratinized stratified sqamous epithelium is found in the:epidermis
 Glands that are not ducted, but release their products directly into tissue fluid and blood, are called:endocrine
 Oil-producing glands that self-destruct in order to function are referred to as:holocrine
 How many layers make up pseudostratified epithelium?one
 What would be found as skin covering?stratified squamous (keratinized) epithelium
 Which exocrine glands consitute the mammary glands?Apocrine
 Which of the following is the functional classification of salivary glands?Merocrine
 Which is not a function of connective tissue? Transport, support, defense, or communicationcommunication
 Which of the following can be found in the extracellular matrix? water, proteoglycans, or bone cellsboth water, and proteoglycans
 Collagenous fibers can be found extensively in:connective tissue
 the type of tissue referred to as loose ordinary connective tissue is:areolar
 The basic organizational or structural unit of bone is called the:hayersian system
 cartilage is a form of:connective tissue
 What are some functions of adipose tissue?Insulates to conserve body heat, supports and protects the kidneys and stores excess food.
 The mature cells of bone are called:osteocytes
 the most prevalent type of cartilage is:hyaline cartilage
 The red marrow of bones is a form of:hematopoietic tissue
 the type of tissue that contains cells called neurons is:nervous
 Which of the following is another name for skeletal muscles? striated voluntary, nonstriated involuntary, striated involuntary, or pseudostriated involuntarystriated voluntary
 the peritoneum is an example of a:serous membrane
 Connective tissue membranes differ from cutaneous and serous membranes in that they:do not contain epithelial components
 what are some characteristics of connective tissue?Protects the body from foreign invaders, supports the body, and transports substances throughout the body.
 The most complex tissue in the body is:nervous
 Describe simple cuboidal epithelium:it is one layer thick, it is composed of cuboidal-shaped cells, and it is found in ducts or tubules of the kidney.
 Microvilli are found on which types of cells in the lining of the intestine?simple columnar epithelium
 Cilia are found on which type of cells lining the respiratory tract?Pseudostratified epithelium
 The functioning what glandular tissues does NOT injure the cell or cause a loss of cytoplasm?Merocrine
 Areolar tissue usually contains which types of cell in the greatest number?fibroblasts
 Cells found only in cartilage include:only chondrocytes
 What are some characteristics of skeletal muscles?They are attached to bone, have striations, and are voluntary or "willed" muscles.
 What are some characteristics of smooth muscles?They have one nucleus per cell, make up the walls of the viscrea, and usually are not under voluntary control.
 The serous membrane covering the stomach is called the:visceral peritoneum.
 Which of the following is not a primary germ layer? epiderm, mesoderm, endoderm, ectodermepiderm
 Microvilli assist epithelial tissue in:absorbing nutruients.
 they type of cell found in connective tissue that releases histamine is a(n): mast cell
 Cancellous tissue is an example of which type of connective tissue?Bone
 An axon is an important part of which kind of tissue?Nervous
 the membrane lining the wall of the thoracic cavity is the:parietal pleura
 The membrane lining the wall of the abdominal cavity is the:Parietal peritoneum
 Connective tissue forms from stem cell tissue called:Mesenchyme
 Which of the following is not a class of cartilage tissue? hyaline, fibrocartilage, cancellous, or elasticcancellous
 Fat cells would most likely be found in:adipose tissue
 Small spaces in the bone where osteocytes are located are called:lacunae
 Hematopoietic tissue can be found in the:bones
36, "/var/app/current/tmp/"