chap 38 tissues

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Name: ________________________ Class: ___________________ Date: __________ ID: A 1 chap 38 Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. The type of epithelial tissue you would expect to find lining the upper respiratory tract is: a. pseudostratified columnar epithelium. b. simple squamous epithelium. c. ciliated columnar epithelium. d. stratified squamous epithelium. e. ciliated squamous epithelium. ____ 2. One explanation for the increased body size of animals is that: a. it is related to their ecological niche. b. predators are usually larger than their prey. c. they needed a new body plan to be successful. d. large size gave greater opportunity for capturing food. e. All of these. ____ 3. A tissue is represented by a group of __________ adapted to carry out __________. a. closely associated, similar cells; specific functions b. closely associated, different cells; specific functions c. loosely associated, different cells; different functions d. loosely associated, different cells; specific functions e. closely associated, similar cells; different function ____ 4. Which of the following examples could be used to describe the relationship between cells and tissues? a. five 2100 model computers with the same features linked together to perform mathematical calculations b. five 2100 model computers with the same features connected to the internet c. three 2100 model computers linked for mathematical calculations joined to two 2100 model computers linked for processing student records d. three 2100 model computers made by Dell and three 2500 model computers made by Hewlett Packard connected to the same internet e. five different types of computer discs containing stored information ____ 5. The four basic animal tissues are: a. connective, digestive, nervous, and respiratory. b. blood, bone, connective, and epithelial. c. epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous. d. digestive, nervous, reproductive, and respiratory. e. circulatory, excretory, respiratory, and sensory. ____ 6. Tissues associate to form: a. cells. b. organs. c. organ systems. d. organisms. e. tumor.
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Name: ________________________ ID: A 2 ____ 7. Homeostatic mechanisms are processes that: a. connect distant parts of the body by transporting materials. b. store and release fuel needed for cellular respiration. c. maintain a relatively constant internal environment. d. form lamellae within the osteons. e. relay, process, and store information. ____ 8. Which of the following could be used to demonstrate a homeostatic mechanism? a. city buses transporting people from their houses to their jobs b. water stored behind a dam being released to make electricity c. a hot water heater keeping the water temperature near 100 degrees d. a series of underground passageways connected to a large building e. the seasonal changes that occur in the daily temperature ____ 9. Which of the following statements is false ? Typically, one surface of an epithelial tissue layer:
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