Chapter 4 - Chapter 4: Tissue: The Living Fabric 1. A...

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Chapter 4: Tissue: The Living Fabric 1. A single layer of epithelial tissue is classified as _________. squamous stratified simple merocrine 2. All of the following are usually characteristics of epithelium except: avascular. abundant extracellular material. highly mitotic. tight junctions 3. Body membranes are usually composed of which two tissues? Connective and muscle Nervous and muscle Epithelial and connective Epithelial and muscle 4. Calcium salts are found in which connective tissue? Dense fibrous Cartilage Bone All of the above have calcium salts. 5. During organization of tissue repair, a blood clot is replaced by ___________. scar tissue granulation tissue a scab areolar tissue 6. Glands that secrete by exocytosis are classified as _________. merocrine apocrine holocrine compound 7. Glands that secrete by rupturing are classified as __________. endocrine merocrine holocrine unicellular 8. Goblet cells are found in this kind of epithelium. Simple squamous
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Chapter 4 - Chapter 4: Tissue: The Living Fabric 1. A...

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