Lesson 2A - Question 1 20 out of 20 points Match each epithelial tissue with its proper structure and functions in the body Question Forms the alveoli

Lesson 2A - Question 1 20 out of 20 points Match each...

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Question 120 out of 20 pointsMatch each epithelial tissue with its proper structure and functions in the body. Question Correct Match Selected Match Forms the alveoli of the lungs and permits diffusion of gases A. Simple squamous epithelium A. Simple squamous epithelium Secretes the hormones of the thyroid gland D. Cuboidal epithelium D. Cuboidal epithelium Many layers of cells; surface cells are flat B. Stratified squamous epithelium B. Stratified squamous epithelium Forms the epidermis of the skin B. Stratified squamous epithelium B. Stratified squamous epithelium Forms the stomach lining and secretes gastric juice E. Columnar epithelium E. Columnar epithelium Columnar cells with cilia on their free surfaces F. Ciliated epithelium F. Ciliated epithelium Forms capillaries to permit exchanges of materials A. Simple squamous epithelium A. Simple squamous epithelium Secretes the saliva of salivary glands D. Cuboidal epithelium D. Cuboidal epithelium Permits stretching of the urinary bladder as it fills C. Transitional epithelium C. Transitional epithelium Lines arteries and veins and is smooth to prevent abnormal blood clotting A. Simple squamous A. Simple squamous
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epithelium epithelium One layer of cells that are taller than they are wide E. Columnar epithelium E. Columnar epithelium Forms the lining of the mouth and the esophagus B. Stratified squamous epithelium B. Stratified squamous epithelium Lines the trachea, and sweeps mucus and bacteria toward the pharynx F. Ciliated epithelium F. Ciliated epithelium One layer of cube-shaped cells D. Cuboidal epithelium D. Cuboidal epithelium Forms the lining of the small intestine and absorbs nutrients E. Columnar epithelium E. Columnar epithelium Lines the fallopian tubes to sweep an ovum toward the uterus F. Ciliated epithelium F. Ciliated epithelium One layer of flat cells A. Simple squamous epithelium A. Simple squamous epithelium May have microvilli to increase the surface area for absorption E. Columnar epithelium E. Columnar epithelium Permits reabsorption of useful materials back to the blood by the kidney tubules D. Cuboidal epithelium D. Cuboidal epithelium Many layers of cells; surface cells are alternately rounded to flat C. Transitional epithelium C. Transitional epithelium
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