chap04 - HumanAnatomy&Physiology,7e(Marieb)...

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(Marieb) Chapter 4  Tissue: The Living Fabric MATCHING QUESTIONS  Figure 4.1 Using Figure 4.1, match the following:  1) 
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Material  commonly found in the skin, lungs, and blood vessel walls.  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 129; Fig. 4.8    2) 
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White  fibers (collagen).  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 129; Fig. 4.8    3) 
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Fibrocarti lage is composed primarily of this substance.  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 129; Fig. 4.8    4) 
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This  material is very hard in bone.  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 127; Fig. 4.8    5) 
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This  substance is commonly found in bone marrow and lymph nodes.  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 129; Fig. 4.8    6) 
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This  object is always common around muscle tissue.  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 120; Fig. 4.8    7) 
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When  densely packed together this substance would form dense connective tissue.  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 129; Fig. 4.8    8) 
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This  object is found in all connective tissues except cartilage.  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 127; Fig. 4.8    Figure 4.2 Using Figure 4.2, match the following:  9) 
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Simple  cuboidal epithelium.  Answer:  
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Page Ref: 120; Fig. 4.2    10) 
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Cardiac  muscle.  Answer:  
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