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Quizzes & Exams Practice Quizzes Review Test Submission: Module 4 ­ Tissue Regeneration and Repair Quiz H Review Test Submission: Module 4 ­ Tissue Regeneration and Repair Quiz User Sarah Robertson Course BIO 212: Pathophysiology ­ Online Section D02 Winter 2017 Test Module 4 ­ Tissue Regeneration and Repair Quiz Started 1/21/17 8:18 PM Submitted 1/21/17 8:24 PM Status Completed Attempt Score Grade not available. Time Elapsed 5 minutes Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Correct Answers, Feedback, Incorrectly Answered Questions Question 1 ________________ cells do not have the ability to multiply once mature. RBC's are an example of this type of cell. Selected Answer: C. permanent Answers: A. labile B. stem C. permanent D. stable Response Feedback: Permanent cells do not have the ability to multiply in the adult, are incapable of cellular regeneration, always remaining in Gap0. Examples include RBC's, nervous tissue cells, cardiac muscle cells, lens cells of the eye. My Institution Courses Careers Personal Counseling 1 out of 1 points Sarah Robertson 9
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Question 2 ___________________________ are the resident cells of an organ that perform the primary functions of that organ. Selected Answer: B. parenchymal cells Answers: A. labile cells B. parenchymal cells C. stable cells D. stromal cells Response Feedback: Parenchymal cells are the functional cells of a tissue vs stromal cells are the supportive, structural cells of a tissue.
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  • Fall '16
  • Physiology, Sarah Robertson, A. secondary intention, B. parenchymal cells

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