HW#9 - HW#9 Chpts 42 45 NOTE Please follow the syllabus...

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HW#9 Chpts 42 & 45 NOTE: Please follow the syllabus closely: We will be doing Chpt 45 later this week, in order to do the kidney the same time that you complete an activity lab on osmosis the week after break. For this HW#9 HW set, we are back to our normal schedule. Please register your answers before class on Friday, April 3 and then post-lecture over Spring Break (due Monday April 13). You will see the links in Mastering Biology. We will spend some time reviewing these during class on Friday (group work by lab sections). 1. What are the four main adult tissue types? A. connective, muscle, nerve and epithelial B. endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm and epiderm C. loose, dense, supporting, and fluid D. bone, muscle, nerve and blood E. skeletal, cardiac, smooth and nerve 2. Which type of cell has a basolateral and an apical side? A. neuron D. smooth muscle B. small intestinal villus E. red blood cell C. epithelial 3. A student is trying to identify the type of muscle cell prep on a slide. She examines the specimen under a microscope. She sees striations, branching, and one nucleus per cell. Which of the following type(s) of muscle cells might this specimen represent? 4. Which of the following features of epithelial cells demonstrate its polarity ?
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