Test Answers on histology

Histology Lab Photo Quiz

question hyaline cartilage answer question stratified squamous epithelium answer question compact bone answer question simple ciliated columnar epithelium answer question pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium answer question skeletal muscle answer question transitional epithelium answer question simple columnar epithelium answer question elastic cartilage answer question simple cuboidal epithelium answer question stratified squamous epithelium answer question adipose tissue […]

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Human Structure – Histology – Epithelial Tissue

Give the function of the: Golgi Apparatus Protein Packaging Factory Give the function of the: Mitochondria Powerhouse of the cell   Cite of cellular respiration   Production of ATP Give the function of the: Nucleus Directs cell activities   Cite of DNA synthesis Give the function of the: Nuclear Membrane Consists of a double membrane […]

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Human Structure – Histology – Connective Tisue and Bone

Basic Features of Cartilage Perichondrium – Surrounds all cartilage Matrix – Extracellular matrix Lacunae – Cavities within the matrix which correlate to where condrocytes are housed Basic, Specialized Functions of Cartilage 1. Resistance to Compression 2. Smooth Areas for Reduced Friction with movement Typical form of Collage found in Cartilage Type II (Resists Compression) Differences between […]

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8 Oral embryology and histology

question KEY TERMS answer a question Define embryology and histology answer Embryology = Study of prenatal development throughout the stages before birth. Histology = Study of the structure and function of the tissues on a microscopic level. question Describe the three periods of prenatal development answer Preimplantation period Embryonic period Fetal period question Prenatal influences […]

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Histology Practice 1

Columnar cells lining the small intestine show a brush border of microvilli on the apical surface True Nonkeratinized cells exfoliate from the surface of the skin False- they provide a moist and slippery surface and are well suited to resist stress. Ex- vagina In an epithelium, there is almost no extracellular matrix True The 4 […]

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Chapter 5 Histology

True Mesoderm Gives rise to muscle, bone, and blood. True Columnar Cells Cells lining the small intestine that show a brush border of microvilli in the apical surface. False Nonkeratinized cells exfoliate from the surface of the skin True The clear gel that usually surrounds cells is called interstitial fluid True Fibrocartilage is found in […]

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Chapter 4 Histology: The Study of Tissues

question Tissues answer Tissue classification based on structure of cells, composition of noncellular extracellular matrix, and cell function question four types of tissues answer 1. Epithelial tissue 2. Connective tissue 3. Muscle tissue 4.Nervous tissue question Histology answer Microscopic study of the tissue question Biopsy answer Removal if tissue for diagnostic purposes question Autopsy answer […]

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Chapter 4: Histology: Study of Tissues

question 4 tissue types answer epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous question epithelial answer covering question connective answer support question muscular answer movement, contraction question nervous answer control, quick responses question tissue answer a group of similar cells that are specialized to perform a function question epithelial tissue answer covers or lines body surfaces, form a boundary, […]

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Chapter 4- Histology: The Study of Tissues (no photos)

Epithelial TissueConsists almost entirely of cells. Covers body surfaces and forms glands Outside surface of the body. Lining of digestive, respiratory and urogenital systems Heart and blood vessels. Linings of many body cavities Has free, basal, and lateral surfaces. Basement membrane. Specialized cell contacts Avascular. Regenerate Basement MembraneExtracellular: formed by secretions of both epithelium and […]

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