Covering and Lining Membrane Review

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NAME______________________________ LAB TIME/DATE _____________________

S H E E T
EXERCISE

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Classification of Covering and Lining Membranes
1. Complete the following chart.
Tissue types: membrane composition (epithelial/connective)

Membrane cutaneous

Common locations

General functions

epithelial, connective

The skin

protection against outside substances, keeps bacteria out, secretion.

epithelial, connective
mucous

Lining of the digestive, Secretion, respiratory.

absorption, secretion,ciliated

serous

epithelial, connective

Lining of closed ventral cavitiesecretion decreases friction-serous flui s

synovial

connective

lining of joint cavities

secretion decreases friction- synovial fl

2.

Respond to the following statements by choosing an answer from the key. Key: a. cutaneous 1. 2. , d

b.

mucous

c.

serous

d.

synovial

d
c a b a b

membrane type in joints, bursae, and tendon sheaths epithelium of this membrane is always simple squamous epithelium membrane types not found in the ventral body cavity the only membrane type in which goblet cells are found the dry membrane with keratinizing epithelium “wet” membranes adapted for absorption and secretion has parietal and visceral layers

3. 4. 5.

,

c

,

d

6. 7. 8.

b

c

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3.

Using terms from the key above the figure, specifically identify the different types of body membranes (cutaneous, mucous, serous, and synovial) by writing in the terms at the end of the appropriate leader lines. Key: a. b. c. d. e. f. cutaneous membrane (skin) esophageal mucosa gastric mucosa mucosa of lung bronchi nasal mucosa oral mucosa g. h. i. j. k. l. parietal pericardium parietal pleura synovial membrane of joint tracheal mucosa visceral pericardium visceral pleura

e

f

a

b
j

d

c

i

h
l k g

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