A highly branched gland whose walls do not balloon

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26.A highly branched gland whose walls do not balloon into spherical sacs is calledA) compound alveolar.B) compound tubular.C) compound tubuloalveolar.D) simple branched alveolar.Answer:B
27.Which one of the following basic types of tissues functions to control the body?D
28.Which one of the following basic types of tissues has an extracellular matrix?B
29.Which one of the following basic types of tissues functions as a covering tissue for the body?A
30.The thinnest type of epithelium isA) simple squamous.B) pseudostratified columnar.
C) stratified squamous.D) stratified columnar.Answer:A31.The type of cell junction that permits small sugar molecules and ions to pass from thecytoplasm of one cell to that of another is aB
32.Ligaments consist primarily of which kind of connective tissue?D
34.Fat is a form of ________ tissue.B
35.All lining and covering membranes consist ofA) an epithelium only.B) a serosa.C) an epithelium, a connective tissue, and smooth muscle.D) epithelium and connective tissue.Answer:D
36.In connective tissue, extracellular matrix is not exactly the same as ground substance, becausethe matrix also containsA
37.A muscle fiber is
D) an intercalated disc.Answer:C38.Cartilage is a form of ________ tissue.B

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Professor
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goblet cell, Stratum Corneum, Simple Cuboidal Epithelium

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