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Chapter 025 - Animal Tissues, Organ Systems and Homeostasis Multiple Choice Questions 1. The study of an organism's structure is: A. Physiolog y B. Kinesiolo gy C. Endocrinolo gy D. Anatom y E. Immunolo gy 2. The study of the function of all of the body's parts is: 3. Groups of cells that interact and provide a specific function are defined as which of the following?
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4. The eye contains nerves, muscles, and blood cells. It is defined as which of the following? 5. The germ layer called the ectoderm develops into: A. Muscle s B. Live r C. Lung s D. Bon e E. Ski n 6. The germ layer called the mesoderm develops into:
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7. The germ layer called the endoderm develops into: 8. The different types of animal tissue include: 9. The tissue type that functions in acting as a lining or covering of organs and absorption, gas diffusion, and secretion is: A. Connecti ve B. Nervou s C. Muscl e D. Epitheli al E. All are correct
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10. The tissue type that functions in providing support, transport, and insulation is: 11. The tissue type that functions in receiving, processing, and transmitting information by providing a communication network among cells is: 12. The tissue type that functions in providing contractions that power movement is:
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13. The type of epithelial tissue that forms a single layer of flattened cells is: A. Stratified squamous B. Simple cuboidal C. Simple columnar D. Simple squamous E. Stratified columnar 14. The type of epithelial tissue that forms a multiple layer of flattened cells is: 15. The type of epithelial tissue that forms a single layer of cube-shaped cells is:
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