14 the secrete an oil important in waterproofing the

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Unformatted text preview: B Statement Response Value Correct Match Secretes an oily waterproofing E 20.0% E Produces sweat B 20.0% B Area which contains capillaries and touch receptors A 20.0% A Responds to deep pressure and vibration C 20.0% C A hypodermic syringe injects into this area D 20.0% D Score: 18. 1/1 glands and receptors 3 Which of the following is a receptor for non-discriminative touch? Student Response Value A. eccrine glands 0% C. sebaceous glands 0% D Meissner's . corpuscles E. Pacinian corpuscles Score: 19. Feedback 0% B. apocrine glands Correct Answer 100% 0% 1/1 Epidermis 2 Match descriptions with letters in the diagram. Also called keratinocytes due to the large number of keratin fibers which anchor them together D This is a specialized phagocytic cell E A cell derived from neurons C These cells are dead B This cell responds to fine, discriminative touch A Statement Response Value Correct Match Also called keratinocytes due to the large number of keratin fibers which anchor them E E 20.0% Statement Response Value Correct Match This is a specialized phagocytic cell C 0.0% A A cell derived from neurons B 0.0% C These cells are dead D 20.0% D This cell responds to fine, discriminative touch A 0.0% B Score: 20. 1/2.5 Areolar tissue 2 Match letters with descriptions. A fibroblast C Reticular fiber A Elastic fiber B Collagen fiber D Statement Response Value Correct Match A fibroblast D 25.0% D Reticular fiber B 0.0% A Elastic fiber A 0.0% B Collagen fiber C 25.0% C Score: 21. 0.5/1 cartilage 4 The most common of the cartilage is: Student Response 1. hyaline cartilage Value Correct Answer Feedback 100% 2. fibrocartilage 0% 3. elastic cartilage Score: 22. 0% 1/1 cell structure 1 Microvilli increase area on the _____ surface. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback Student Response Value 2. basal Score: 23. Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0/1 cell junctions 1 Match the junction with its description. gap junction these are small junctions for attaching cells together hemidesmosome osteocytes use this to exchange calcium ions desmosome block or partially block the transport of molecules between cells in a semipermeable membrane tight junctions also known as macula adherens, these prevent cells in the epidermis and other tissues from pulling apart zona adherens these connect epithelium to its basement membrane Statement Response Value Correct Match gap junction osteocytes use this to exchange calcium ions 20.0% osteocytes use this to exchange calcium ions 20.0% these connect epithelium to its basement membrane hemidesmosome these connect epithelium to its basement membrane desmosome also known as macula adherens, these prevent 20.0% cells in the epidermis and other tissues from pulling apart also known as macula adherens, these prevent cells in the epidermis and other tissues from pulling apart tight junctions block or partially block the transport of molecules 20.0% between cells in a semipermeable membrane block or partially block the transport of molecules between cells in a...
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