Chapter 6 Bones and Bone Tissue Quiz

Chapter 6 Bones and Bone Tissue Quiz - 1. Regarding...

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1. Regarding skeletal system function, (p. 157) bone often serves as a model for cartilage growth. tendons connect bone to bone. blood cells are produced in the marrow of many bones. cartilage serves as an important mineral storage area. all of these. 2. Which of these connective tissue types has proteoglycans in its matrix? (p. 157) bone cartilage ligaments tendons both c and d 3. Cells that produce new cartilage matrix are called (p. 157) chondroblasts. chondrocytes. chondroclasts. osteoblasts. fibroblasts. 4. The perichondrium (p. 157) surrounds each lacuna in the matrix. contains mainly loose connective tissue. contains blood vessels and nerves. is important for the storage of fat. covers the surface of articular cartilage. 5. Cartilage (p. 157) often occurs in thin plates or sheets. receives nutrients and oxygen by diffusion. is easily replaced if damaged. has a good blood supply. a and b. 6. Which of these correctly describes appositional growth of cartilage? (p. 157)
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Chondrocytes in the center of the cartilage lay down new matrix. Fibroblasts produce new chondroblasts. Chondroblasts in the perichondrium lay down new matrix. New osteons are formed from osteoblasts. Canaliculi connect between chondrocytes to allow transport of nutrients. 7. Which of these bone types is NOT matched with the correct example? (p. 158) long bone-humerus short bone-clavicle flat bone-scapula irregular bone-vertebrae 8. In a long bone, the epiphyseal plate is (p. 158) located in the center of the diaphysis. the outer membrane layer on the diaphysis. the location where growth occurs. produced when the epiphyseal line changes to bone. the location for fat storage. 9. The ends of long bones are called (p. 158) diaphyses. epiphyses. lamellae. trabeculae. 10. The surface of the medullary cavity of long bones is lined with a connective tissue membrane called (p. 160) periosteum. epiphyseal plates.
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Chapter 6 Bones and Bone Tissue Quiz - 1. Regarding...

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