Answer dense irregular Section Title Connective Tissue Learning Outcome 36

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Section Title: Connective TissueLearning Outcome: 3.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 21) In cartilage, ________ growth occurs when cells of the perichondrium divide repeatedly, the innermost ones differentiating into chondroblasts that produce new matrix. Section Title: Connective TissueLearning Outcome: 3.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 22) A serous membrane consists of a simple squamous epithelium and the underlying ________. Section Title: MembranesLearning Outcome: 3.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 23) A ________ membrane is transparent, lines the sealed, internal cavities of the body, and consists of a mesothelium supported by loose connective tissue. Section Title: MembranesLearning Outcome: 3.8 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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24) The ________, one of the three types of serous membrane, covers the lungs and lines the thoracic cavity. Section Title: MembranesLearning Outcome: 3.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 25) The ________ is the serous membrane that covers the surfaces of most abdominal organs. Section Title: MembranesLearning Outcome: 3.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 26) The membranes that line joint cavities and help reduce friction are called ________. Section Title: MembranesLearning Outcome: 3.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 27) The thin sheet of lubricant that is secreted between serous membrane layers is referred to as ________. Section Title: MembranesLearning Outcome: 3.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 28) The superficial fascia, also called the subcutaneous layer or ________, is the layer of loose connective tissue sandwiched between the skin and underlying tissues and organs. Section Title: The Connective Tissue Framework of the BodyLearning Outcome: 3.9Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 29) The layer of dense connective tissue that surrounds muscles, some organs, and anchors organs in place is called _______. Section Title: The Connective Tissue Framework of the BodyLearning Outcome: 3.9Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 30) The tissue that is specialized for contraction and contains very large, multinucleated fibers (up to a foot or more in length) whose nuclei lie just beneath the sarcolemma is called ________. Section Title: Muscle Tissue Learning Outcome: 3.10 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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31) Although skeletal muscle fibers cannot divide, new muscle fibers are produced through the division of ________, which are mesenchymal cells that persist in adult skeletal muscle. Section Title: Muscle TissueLearning Outcome: 3.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 32) Cardiac muscle fibers form extensive connections with one another at specialized regions called ________. Section Title: Muscle TissueLearning Outcome: 3.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 33) ________ muscle tissue is found in the walls of blood vessels, hollow organs such as the urinary bladder and the respiratory, digestive, circulatory, and reproductive tracts. (Note: Be sure to capitalize the first letter of your answer).
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