Chapter 4 Histology Quiz

Chapter 4 Histology Quiz - 1. All of these characteristics...

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1. All of these characteristics correctly describe epithelial cells EXCEPT: (p. 103) cover surfaces, either outside or inside the body usually have a free surface and a basal surface have little extracellular material between them have specialized cell contacts, such as tight junctions and desmosomes capillaries penetrate the basement membrane to provide a good blood supply 2. Tall, thin epithelial cells with only some cells reaching the free surface, but with all cells attached to the basement membrane are called (p. 104) simple squamous epithelium. simple cuboidal epithelium. simple columnar epithelium. pseudostratified columnar epithelium. transitional epithelium. 3. Keratinized stratified squamous epithelium is found in the (p. 108) lining of the mouth. lining of the urinary bladder. lining of the small intestine. pancreas. skin. 4. Epithelial cells that can stretch from a cuboidal or columnar shape to a squamous shape are called (p. 108) simple squamous epithelium. simple cuboidal epithelium. simple columnar epithelium. pseudostratified columnar epithelium. transitional epithelium. 5. In which of these locations would pseudostratified columnar ciliated epithelium intermixed with goblet cells be found? (p. 109) lining of blood vessels lining of nasal cavity and trachea lining of serous membranes lining the small intestine surface of the skin
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6. The lining of blood vessels is covered with (p. 109) simple ciliated cuboidal epithelium. simple squamous epithelium. transitional epithelium. simple columnar epithelium with microvilli. simple ciliated columnar epithelium 7. Which of these cell connections attach epithelial cells to the basement membrane? (p. 110) desmosomes gap junctions hemidesmosomes tight junctions 8. The _____________ are part of tight junctions and form a permeability barrier between adjacent cells. (p. 110) desmosomes hemidesmosomes intercalated disks zonula adherens zonula occludens 9. Gap junctions (p. 110)
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Chapter 4 Histology Quiz - 1. All of these characteristics...

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