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Unformatted text preview: ption. E 14. These anchor the intercellular membranes in stretchable tissues.A 15. These allow electrolytes and impulses to pass between cells.D 16. These produce a semipermeable membrane of cells. B 17 through 21 Matching: Use each answer once only. (A) dense regular, (B) areolar, (C) adipose, (D) elastic, (E) reticular. 17. Found as the stroma supporting the soft organs. E 18. Found in the periosteum of bone. A 19. Found in the outer dermis of the skin, contains most of the body's water. B 20. Does not have the structural arrangement of cells and matrix typical of other connective tissues. C 21. Functions to permit arteries to expand and recoil. D 22. Which of the following is most poorly supplied with blood vessels: (A) adipose, (B) fibrous connective tissue, (C) areolar tissue, (D) epidermis 23 through 27 Matching: Use each answer once only. (A) elastic connective tissue, (B) fibrous connective tissue, (C) fibrocartilage, (D) hyaline cartilage, (E) areolar connective. 23. Produces the articular cartilage found at the ends of bones. D 24. Found in the intervertebral disks. C 25. The tissue which allows arteries to have flexible walls. A 26. The best vascularized of the tissues listed above. E 27. The tissue which makes up tendons and ligaments. B 28. The tissue type found lining the stomach and intestines: (A) simple columnar epithelium, (B) pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium, (C) transitional epithelium, (D) simple cuboidal epithelium, (E) serous membrane. 29. Goblet cells are functionally important to: (A) synovial membranes, (B) mucous membranes, (C) joints, (D) A and C, (E) B and C. 30. Stretchable tissue in the urinary bladder is made of: (A) simple columnar epithelium, (B) pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium, (C) transitional epithelium, (D) simple cuboidal epithelium, (E) serous membrane. 31. Most peritoneal organs are covered with: (A) simple columnar epithelium, (B) serous membrane, (C) mucous membrane, (D) simple cuboidal epithelium, (E) synovial membrane. The Integument Questions 1 through 5 utilize letters from the diagram of the epidermis shown below: Letters are used only once. 1. The stratum lucidum. B 2. This layer undergoes constant mitosis to replace the cells above it. E 3. Keratin and keratohyaline accumulate in granules of cells in this layer. C 4. This area represents a dermal papilla. F 5. This cell secretes melanin. G 6. This layer is called the stratum spinosum D 7. This layer is constantly exfoliating. A 8. Skin is classified as “thick” when it has: (A) a very thick cornified layer which produces callouses. (B) the stratum lucidum (C) the stratum basale (D) ketatinocytes 9. The turnover time for replacement of the epidermis averages: (A) 24 hours, (B) 2 weeks, (C) 2 years, (D) it is never replaced. 10. Sudoriferous glands are: (A) phagocytic glands in the skin, (B) low frequency (crude) touch receptors, (C) sweat glands, (D) glands which secrete an oily sebum. 11. The _____ are glands most important in thermoregulation. (A) eccrine sweat glands, (B) apocri...
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