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Answer permits distention of hollow structures

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Answer: permits distention of hollow structures, prevents rupture of fluid-filled organs such as the urinary bladder Topic: EPITHELIAL TISSUE 75) Column 1: simple columnar epithelium Column 2: may include goblet cells Answer: may include goblet cells Topic: EPITHELIAL TISSUE 76) Column 1: simple cuboidal epithelium Column 2: spherical, centrally located nucleus Answer: spherical, centrally located nucleus Topic: EPITHELIAL TISSUE 77) Column 1: simple squamous epithelium Column 2: suited for diffusion, osmosis, filtration Answer: suited for diffusion, osmosis, filtration Topic: EPITHELIAL TISSUE 78) Column 1: stratified squamous epithelium Column 2: functions in protection against abrasion Answer: functions in protection against abrasion Topic: EPITHELIAL TISSUE MATCHING. Choose the item in Column 2 that best matches each item in Column 1 Match the cell junctions with the characteristics. 79) Column 1: tight junctions Column 2: common in the epithelial lining of the stomach, intestines, and urinary bladder Answer: common in the epithelial lining of the stomach, intestines, and urinary bladder Topic: CELL JUNCTIONS 80) Column 1: plaque-bearing junctions Column 2: fasten cells within a tissue, but allow some movement of cells as an organ is stretched Answer: fasten cells within a tissue, but allow some movement of cells as an organ is stretched Topic: CELL JUNCTIONS 11
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81) Column 1: gap junctions Column 2: allow electrical signals to travel rapidly through cardiac muscle Answer: allow electrical signals to travel rapidly through cardiac muscle Topic: CELL JUNCTIONS Match each connective tissue in Column 1 with the corresponding description of matrix in Column 2. 82) Column 1: areolar Column 2: fluid, semifluid, or gelatinous; randomly arranged elastic, collagen, and reticular fibers Answer: fluid, semifluid, or gelatinous; randomly arranged elastic, collagen, and reticular fibers Topic: CONNECTIVE TISSUE: Loose 83) Column 1: dense regular Column 2: contains densely packed, parallel bundles of collagen fibers Answer: contains densely packed, parallel bundles of collagen fibers Topic: CONNECTIVE TISSUE: Dense 84) Column 1: fibrocartilage Column 2: clearly visible bundles of collagen fibers surrounding chondrocytes in lacunae Answer: clearly visible bundles of collagen fibers surrounding chondrocytes in lacunae Topic: CONNECTIVE TISSUE: Cartilage 85) Column 1: compact bone Column 2: each layer or lamella contains collagen fibers that provide strength and mineral salts that provide hardness Answer: each layer or lamella contains collagen fibers that provide strength and mineral salts that provide hardness Topic: CONNECTIVE TISSUE: Bone 86) Column 1: blood Column 2: watery matrix called plasma Answer: watery matrix called plasma Topic: CONNECTIVE TISSUE: Blood 12
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