Quiz: Body Tissues

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Homework Part 3
1. Which structures in the skin does sweat come from?
2. Which structures in the skin does hair growth come from?
3. Why does the body get goose bumbs?
4. What is the feedback mechanism for the body getting to hot?
5. What type of feedback mechanism is being used when the body is too hot?
6. How many layers of skin must be cut through till one starts to bleed?
7. What does sub-cutaneous mean ?
8. Why is melanin important for the skin?
9. What happens if you do not have any melanin in the skin?
10. What happens to the skin if gets to dry ?
Quiz: Body Tissues
1. Which of the following is NOT one of the four main types of tissues?
basement
epithelial
connective
muscle
2. Which type of tissue is designed to stretch?
stratified
squamous
transitional
epthelial
3. Tissues are groups of similar cells working together to:
increase the size and mass of structures in the body
perform common functions
fight against diseases
deliver messages
4. This type of tissue is composed of scattered cells that form a matrix:
macrophages
cuboidal
nervous
connective
5. Adipose tissue is also known as:
fat
cartilage
areolar tissue
brain matter
6. Smooth muscle is found mainly in:
the heart
the stomach
the brain
the skeletal system
7. Chondrocytes are cells found in:
the small intestine
the heart
the brain
cartilage
8. What structure connects bones to other bones?
tendons
hyaline cartilage
ligaments
fibroblasts
9. Psuedostratified tissue has a distinctive appearance because:
the nuclei of individual cells do not line up perfectly
cilia is attached to the surface of the cells
cells are square and formed in perfect blocks
cells are square in the bottom layer and flat at the top
10. Elastic fibers are found where in the body?
joints
vocal cords
ear and nose
heart
Name: __________________________________ Date: _________
Types of Tissues
MAJOR TISSUE
TYPE OF TISSUE
LOCATION
Outer layer of skin, mouth
Secretion, absorption, ducts of
glands
Digestive tract (intestinal
wall), absorption
EPITHELIAL
Air passages (trachea), goblet
cells
Lining of air sacs in the lungs
Stretchable tissue, urinary
bladder
Binds skin to internal organs
Found between vertebrae
Dense, tendons & ligaments
Covers ends of bones at joints
CONNECTIVE TISSUE
Osseus, structural tissue of the
skeleton
Circulates, delivers oxygen
Insulation, protection, also
called fat
Muscles connected to bones
MUSCLE TISSUE
Walls of many internal organs
Walls of the heart
NERVE TISSUE
Transmits signals, nerve
impulses
Support cells
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