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Chapter 40: Basic Principles of Animal Form and Function Activities Quiz 1 . Which of these is NOT one of the four major categories of tissue? (Activity: Overview of Animal Tissues) muscle epithelial connective blood nervous 2 . What type of epithelium would you expect to find covering a surface subject to physical forces? (Activity: Epithelial Tissue) simple epithelium squamous epithelium stratified epithelium simple cuboidal cells columnar epithelium 3 . What type of epithelial tissue, found in the intestines, absorbs nutrients? (Activity: Epithelial Tissue) stratified cuboidal epithelium simple cuboidal cells simple columnar epithelium stratified columnar epithelium stratified squamous epithelium 4 . Which of these tissues, found in the lungs, permits gas exchange by diffusion? (Activity: Epithelial Tissue) stratified squamous epithelium simple cuboidal cells stratified cuboidal epithelium simple squamous epithelium simple columnar epithelium 5 . What type of epithelial tissue lines kidney tubules? (Activity: Epithelial Tissue) stratified squamous epithelium stratified cuboidal epithelium simple squamous epithelium simple cuboidal cells stratified transitional epithelium 6 . How does connective tissue differ from the other three major tissue types? (Activity: Connective Tissue) Connective tissue often consists of relatively few cells embedded in an extracellular matrix. Connective tissue consists of contractile proteins.
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Connective tissue consists of cells capable of transmitting electrical impulses. There are three types of connective tissue. Connective tissue is found lining body surfaces. 7 . Which of these describes loose connective tissue? (Activity: Connective Tissue) It is a loose weave of fibers that functions as a packing material. It is composed of many fibers that connect bone to bone and muscle to bone. It is a rigid material that provides structural support. It transports nutrients and gases from one part of the body to another. It plays a role in padding, insulation, and energy storage. 8 . Cartilage is found _____. (Activity: Connective Tissue) surrounding organs such as the kidneys in the heart at the ends of bones such as the femur covering the surface of your body connecting one bone to another 9 . _____ is the connective tissue specialized for transport. (Activity: Connective Tissue) Bone Blood Adipose tissue Muscle tissue Cartilage 10 . A neuron consists of _____. (Activity: Nervous Tissue) a cell body only dendrites only axons only dendrites, a cell body, and axons striations 11 . Nervous tissue functions _____. (Activity: Nervous Tissue) as a physical barrier to the invasion of pathogens to physically move the body to sense stimuli to physically support the body in the absorption of nutrients 12 . What type of muscle is responsible for contractions of the digestive tract and arteries?
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