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SAMPLE LECTURE EXAM 1 -- HUMAN ANATOMY 1. The subcutaneous layer consists mostly of _____. a. smooth muscle d. melanin b. simple squamous epithelium e. keratin c. areolar and adipose connective tissues 2. Which of the following statements about functions of the integumentary system is NOT true? a. It detects stimuli related to temperature and pain. b. It absorbs water and salts. c. It helps regulate body temperature. d. It participates in the synthesis of vitamin D. e. It protects against bacterial invasion and dehydration. 3. Supporting cells in nervous tissue are called _____. a. fibroblasts b. neurons c. mesenchymal cells d. dendrites e. neuroglia 4. Which word best describes the location of the lungs with reference to the liver? a. superior b. inferior c. distal d. medial e. anterior 5. Body structures known as _____ are composed of two or more different tissues and usually have recognizable shapes. a. cells b. organs c. organ systems d. systems 6. The human body is estimated to have nearly 100 _____ cells with _____ cell types. a. million; about 25 c. trillion; about 200 e. gazillion; more than I care b. billion; about 1000 d. million; about 1000 to count 7. The periosteum is primarily made of _____ . a. dense irregular connective tissue d. stratified squamous epithelium b. an epithelial membrane e. hyaline cartilage c. bone connective tissue 8. Which statement best describes connective tissue? a. usually contains large amount of extracellular matrix b. usually arranged in a single layer of cells c. primarily concerned with secretion d. cells usually very closely packed e. is avascular 9. Haversian canals contain _____. a. high concentrations of calcium salts d. articular cartilage b. the epiphyseal plate e. osteocytes c. blood vessels 10. Which of the following tissues is voluntary and striated? a. stratified squamous epithelium
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BI 200 taught by Professor Potter during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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