Chapter 5 Study GuideThe following is fair game on your exam:1.Epithelial Tissue: Surfaces, Linings, and Secretory Functions Epithelial tissue coversthe body surfaces, lines body cavities, and forms the majority of glands. (pp. 152–161)What are the characteristics and functions of epithelial tissue?How is this tissue classified? What layers make up the basementmembrane?What are the different types of epithelia and where are they found?What are microvilli and goblet cells?What is the difference between exocrine and endocrine?How are exocrine glands classified?Know details!2.Connective Tissue: Cells in a Supportive Matrix Connective tissue (CT) is the mostdiverse, abundant, and widely distributed of the tissues. (pp. 162–173)What types of cells and fibers are found in CT?What do they do?What is ground substance?What is mesenchyme?What are the different types of CT and where are they found?What are lacunae and where are they found?Which CTs are proper, supporting or fluid?3.