SSII01I - Biology 221 SS II 2001 Exam I Name Part I...

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Biology 221 SS II, 2001 Exam I Name ____________________ Part I. Matching (l pt each) ____ 1. secondary ossification center (A) covers diaphysis (B) lubricates joint ____ 2. periosteum (C) found in epiphysis (D) freely moveable joint ____ 3. primary ossification center (E) cartilage cell (F) lines the medullary cavity ____ 4. synovial fluid (G) bone building cell (H) slightly moveable joint ____ 5. Fontanel (I) unossified bone in infant’s skull (J) immovable joint ____ 6. synovial joint (K) bone destroying cell (L) found in center of diaphysis ____ 7. endosteum (M) fat cell ____ 8. fibrous joint ____ 9. Osteoblast ____ 10. cartilaginous joint ____ 11. chondrocyte ____ 12. adipocyte ____ 13. Osteoclast Part II. Multiple Choice. (2 pts each) ____ 1. The dens is a part of the (A) thoracic cage (B) atlas (C) axis (D) synovial capsule (E) medullary cavity. ____ 2. Granulation tissue (A) is epithelial tissue (B) usually increases in size years after the injury (C)is a cutaneous membrane (D) does not form with burns (E) none of these. ____ 3. Histology is the study of (A) joints (B) organs (C) homeostasis (D) bones (E) none of these. ____ 4. As cells are pushed from the deeper portion of the epidermis toward the surface (A) they divide continually (B) their supply of nutrients improves (C) they tend to die (D) they become dermal cells (E) none of these.
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