1. _____ forms membranes
2. _____Allows movement of limbs and for organ movements within the body C
3. _____ function is to support cells
4. _____ function is to communicate
5. _____ function is to protect and line
6. _____uses electrochemical signals to carry out its functions D
7. _____supports and reinforces the body organs 8. _____cells of this tissue may absorb and/or secrete substances B
9. _____basis of the major controlling system of the body 10. _____its cells shorten to exert force
11. _____forms endocrine and exocrine glands
12. _____surrounds and cushions body organs
C Function is to contract and move body
14. _____characterized by having large amounts of extracellular material A
15. _____allows you to smile, grasp, swim, ski, and throw a ball C
16. _____widely distributed; found in bones, cartilages, and fat deposits A
17. _____forms the brain and spinal cord
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18. A tissue is: a collection of nuclei / a collection of organelles / a collection of cells / a collection of organs.
19. The four major tissue types are: epithelial / fat / connective / bone / muscle / nervous / blood.
20. The inside of blood vessels is lined with: cuboidal epithelium / squamous epithelium / transitional epithelium / columnar epithelium.
21. The tissue illustrated below is: cuboidal epithelium / adipose tissue / squamous epithelium / loose connective tissue / blood.
22. The urinary system is lined with: cuboidal epithelium / squamous epithelium / transitional epithelium / columnar epithelium?
23. Where is simple columnar epithelium found: in the kidney tubule / lining the fallopian tubes / lining the trachea/ lining the small intestine?
24. Stratified epithelia: were laid down many centuries ago / are more important than other tissues / consist of several layers of cells / always occur in straight lines.
25. Transitional epithelium allows the: arteries to expand / skin to stretch / uterus to contract / bladder to stretch.
26. The tissue illustrated below is: squamous epithelium / columnar epithelium / squamous stratified epithelium / transitional epithelium / lymph
27. Stratified squamous epithelium does NOT OCCUR: lining the stomach / covering the body / lining the mouth / lining the esophagus.
28. The surface cells of stratified squamous epithelium are continually: dying / changing shape / being recycled / being shed from the surface.
29. Which of the following are NOT connective tissues: blood / tendon / bone / saliva / adipose tissue / cartilage?
30. Which of the following muscle tissues has branched fibers, intercalated discs between adjacent cells and contracts automatically: striated voluntary muscle / smooth involuntary muscle / cardiac muscle?
31. Which of the following muscle tissues has long fibers and nuclei on the surface? Striated voluntary muscle / smooth involuntary muscle / cardiac muscle?
32. Which muscle tissue moves bones? Striated voluntary muscle / smooth involuntary muscle / cardiac muscle.
33. The tissue illustrated below is: striated muscle / squamous epithelium / hyaline cartilage / transitional epithelium
34. Which muscle tissue is found in...
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