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Unformatted text preview: he primary structural component in: Student Response Value 1. gap junctions 0% 2. desmosomes 100% 3. tight junctions 0% Correct Answer Feedback Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 4. the basement 0% membrane Score: 33. 1/1 cell structure 2 When tissue wraps to form a tubule the ___ surface is toward the lumen. Student Response Value 1. apical 0% Score: 34. Feedback 100% 2. basal Correct Answer 1/1 columnar epithelium 2 Match letters with descriptions. This surface might have hemidesmosomes D Secretes mucus A This surface might have microvilli B This has a characteristic shape and location in the cell C Statement Response Value Correct Match This surface might have hemidesmosomes B 25.0% B Secretes mucus C 25.0% C This surface might have microvilli A 25.0% A This has a characteristic shape and location in the cell D 25.0% D Score: 35. 3/3 connective tissue components 1 The two primary components of all connective tissues are: Student Response Value 1. cells and fibers 0% 2. cells and matrix 100% 3. fibers and 0% proteoglycans Correct Answer Feedback Student Response 4. organic and inorganic Score: 36. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0/1 my 1 The term "complementarity" used in Anatomy and Physiology refers to the deterministic relationship between: Student Response A. Shape and Size of anatomical structures. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% B. Surface area 0% and volume of anatomical structures. C Structure and 100% . function in body tissues, organs, and systems. D. Color and texture of anatomical structures. 0% E. Cells and tissues. 0% Score: 37. 1/1 Connective tissues 1 Match tissues with descriptions areolar tissue C adipose tissue A dense regular D dense irregular E reticular connective tissue F elastic connective tissue B Statement Response Value Correct Match areolar tissue A 16.66% A Statement Response Value Correct Match adipose tissue B 16.66% B dense regular C 16.66% C dense irregular D 16.66% D reticular connective tissue E 16.66% E elastic connective tissue F 16.7% F Score: 38. 3/3 feedback 2 A process which controls a parameter within a narrow range will utilize: Student Response A Negative . feedback B. Positive feedback Value Correct Answer Feedback Correct Answer Feedback 100% 0% C. Neural controls 0% D. Hormonal Controls Score: 39. 0% 1/1 scar tissue Scar tissue is the repair seen in: Student Response 1. bone Value 0% 2. areolar tissue 50% 3. tendons and ligaments 50% 4. all of these 0% 5 Answers B and 100% . C only. Score: 40. 1/1 nucleus pulposus The nucleus pulposus is the spongy center of: Student Response Value 1. a symphysis 100% Correct Answer Feedback Student Response Value 2. a fontanel Feedback 0% 3. a tendon Correct Answer 0% 4. the ligamentum 0% flavum Score: 41. 0/1 functional repair Which of the following tissues is well vascularized and experiences functional repair? Student Response Value A. bone 50% C. cartilage Feedback 50% B. adipose Correct Answer 0% D. all of the above 0% E Answers 1 and 100% . 2, but not 3. Sco...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2013 for the course BIOL 239 taught by Professor Swan during the Fall '12 term at New Mexico.

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