Epithelial Tissue Quiz

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Epithelial Tissue and Glands Quest
Match the description in column A with the epithelial tissue in the column B.

Column A
1. many layers of cells
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2. looks like its layered, but it’s not
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3. one layer of cells
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4. "square" cells
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5. "rectangular" cells
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6. tissue that can change shape
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7. flat or irregular cells
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8. cells that secrete mucus
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10. location of transitional epithelium

Column B
A. basement
B. bladder
C. blood
D. cuboidal
E. columnar
F. goblet
G. endocrine
H. exocrine
I. pseudostratified
J. simple
K. skin
L. squamous
M. stratified
N. transitional

Use the pictures in column A and the word list at the bottom of this page to answer the questions in column B.

Column A
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B.
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E.
F.
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Column B

11. Label the tissue at A
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12. Label the tissue at B
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13. Name the cell that secretes mucus.
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14. Label the tissue at C
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15. Name the hair-like structures.
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16. Name the membrane that separates the two tissue types.
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17. Label the tissue at D.
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18. What is a term that means multilayered?
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19. Label the tissue at E. It is specialized to change shape.

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20. Label the tissue at F

Basementcilia gobletmucussweatsimplestratified
Pseudostratified columnarsimple columnarstratified columnar Simple cuboidalsimple squamousstratified squamoustransitional Basementcilia gobletmucussweatsimplestratified
Pseudostratified columnarsimple columnarstratified columnar Simple cuboidalsimple squamousstratified squamoustransitional Bottom of FormBottom of Form

Match the epithelial type named in column B with the appropriate location in column A.

Column A

21. lines inside of stomach and most of intestines

22. lines inside of mouth

23. lines much of respiratory tract (including the trachea)

24. lines inside of urinary bladder

25. lines the largest ducts of sweat, mammary and salivary glands

26. lines the kidney tubules

27. found in air sacs of lungs
Column B

A. pseudostratified ciliated columnar

B. simple columnar

C. simple cuboidal

D. simple squamous

E. stratified columnar

F. stratified squamous

G. transitional

Match each epithelial tissue in column B with its function listed in column A.

Column A

28. functions in diffusion and filtration

29. functions in protection

30. functions in secretion and absorption

31. changes shape as the tissue stretches

32. produces movement of material
Column B

A. stratified epithelium

B. simple columnar epithelium

C. transitional epithelium

D. ciliated epithelium

E. simple squamous epithelium

Match each cell junction or surface feature in column A with its function in column B.

Column A

33. adhesive belt junctions

34. desmosomes...
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