CMQ5 - CMQ5 Question 1 Marks: 16 Match the word root with...

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CMQ5 Question 1 Marks: 16 Match the word root with the correct definition or meaning. Web Upon Cartilage False To eat Nerve Layer Resemblance to glass Bone Large Among, between Scale Cell Fat Glue Groove Correct Marks for this submission: 16/16. There are four major tissue types found in the human body: epithelial, connective, muscle and nervous tissue. Question 2 Marks: 4 Covers body surfaces and organs, forms inner lining of body cavities and lines hollow organs, and always has a free (apicla) surface. Bind structures, provide support and protection, serve as frameworks, fill spaces, store fat, produce blood cells, protect against infections and help repair tissue damage. Body functions are coordinated and regulated by Contractile tissues which shorten and thicken as they pull at their attached ends, moving body parts. Correct Marks for this submission: 4/4. Connective tissue has two main categories; connective tissue proper and specialized connective tissues. Connective tissue proper includes loose connective tissue and dense connective tissue. Connective Tissue Cells Question 3 Marks: 4 The most common kind of fixed cells in connective tissue and which produce fibers by secreting proteins into the extracellular matrix in connective tissue. Connective tissue cells which release heparin to prevent blood cltting and histamine that promotes some of the reactions associated with inflammation and allergies. The cells that bind nerve cells and support nervous tissue. Connective tissue cells that can become detached and move about, which act as scavenger cells and are an important defense against infection. Correct Marks for this submission: 4/4. Loose Connective Tissue Question 4 Marks: 3
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Initially resembling fibroblasts, cells of this tissue store fat in their cytoplasm and form tissues which lies beneath the skin, in spaces between muscles, around the kidneys, behind the eyeballs and in certain abdominal areas. Composed of thin collagenous fibers in a three-dimensional network, it helps provide the framework of certain internal orgains Characterized by fibroblasts separated by a gel-like ground substance with many collagenous and elastic fibers, it binds the skin to underlying organs and underlies most
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