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2401%20T-F%20Statements%20II[1] - 2401 Review for Exam 2 Be...

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2401 Review for Exam 2 Be sure to correct each false statement in at least two ways. 1. (T/F) Apocrine sudoriferous glands are most closely associated with tactile sensation. 2. (T/F) Glycosaminoglycans within the extracellular matrix of connective tissues are not proteins. 3. (T/F) A dermal papilla contains a higher percentage of epithelial cells than the stratum spinosum. 4. (T/F) During a hypodermic injection in the arm, the fourth region through which the needle would pass is the stratum basale. 5. (T/F) The periosteum is the last structure to form during endochondral ossification in a long bone. 6. (T/F) The basal lamina forms the lamina propria part of the basement membrane for the epidermis. 7. (T/F) The reticular plexus is the same as the reticular lamina. 8. (T/F) The reticular plexus is located only within reticular tissue. 9. (T/F) Connexons are proteins that come together to form a tube, called a gap junction, between adjacent cells. 10. (T/F) Reticular fibers are found with lamina propria. 11. (T/F) Chondroitin sulfate is a protein that helps make connective tissue matrix more viscous. 12. (T/F) Endothelium is not found in the epidermis. 13. (T/F) The reticular dermis contains reticular tissue. 14. (T/F) The reticular lamina is made of reticular tissue 15. (T/F) You can never have enough questions about “reticular” stuff. (This is a true-false question). 16. (T/F) The epithelial root sheath is located closer to the hair cuticle than to the hair cortex. 17. (T/F) The hair bulb is not the same as the hair papilla. 18. (T/F) Eumelanin is the darkest form of melanin. 19. (T/F) Carotene in the hypodermis is partly responsible for the yellow color of that region. 20. (T/F) Chondroblasts are derived from chondrocytes. 21. (T/F) Alkaline phosphatase is responsible for the firmness of a cartilage matrix. 22. (T/F) The perichondrium covers the surface of cartilage. 23. (T/F) The elbow joint is amphiathrotic when classified according to structure. 24. (T/F) Occludins are proteins found in tight junctions and prevent many materials from passing between cells. 25. (T/F) Mesothelium is another name for a mucous membrane. 26. (T/F) The hair matrix contains only epithelial cells. 27. (T/F) The nucleus pulposus eventually becomes synostotic during endochondral ossification. 28. (T/F) Transitional epithelium is classified as “simple”, but its cell shape can change. 29. (T/F) Most sebaceous glands are associated with hirsute skin. 30. (T/F) The superficial fascia is so-named because it lies beneath the true skin. 31. (T/F) Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharide that makes ground substance of certain connective tissues very slippery. 32. (T/F) Elastic cartilage forms articular cartilage and it contains elastin proteins. 33. (T/F)
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2009 for the course BIO 2401 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at Baylor.

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