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1.What are the granules inside the cell at the pointer? a)Keratin granules b)Vacuoles c)rER d)Histamine and heparin e)Melanin
2.Where would you expect to find this tissue in the body? a)Epidermis b)Moist body openings c)Urinary bladder d)Heart wall e)Walls of large ducts
3.What type of tissue is at the arrow? a)Simple cuboidal ET b)Adipose CT c)Simple squamous ET d)Areolar CT e)Impossible to tell
4.Where would you find this tissue in the body? a)Upper respiratory system b)Digestive system c)Alveoli of lungs d)Kidneys e)Both b and d
5.Name the black structure at the arrow. a)Collagen fiber b)Basement membrane c)Reticular fiber d)Elastic fiber e)Cell membrane
6.Where specifically was this tissue taken from in the body? a)Kidney tubules b)Alveoli of lungs c)Epidermis d)Urinary bladder e)Thyroid gland
7.What type of tissue is this? a)Dense regular C.T. b)Elastic C.T. c)Stratified squamous E.T. d)Dense irregular C.T. e)Transitional E.T.
8.What produced the fiber at the arrow? a)Plasma cells b)Fibroblasts c)Chondroblasts d)Mast cells e)Fibrocytes
9.Name the tissue. a)Simple squamous E.T. b)Simple cuboidal E.T. c)Adipose C.T. d)Areolar C.T. e)Reticular C.T.
10. Specifically where was this tissue taken from in the body? a)Epidermis b)Urinary bladder c)Moist body openings d)Dermis e)Large ducts
11.What is the function of the structures at the arrow? a)Cell division b)Absorption c)To reduce abrasion d)To move substances e)To move the cell
12.What system is predominantly lined with the tissue in the bracket below? a)Reproductive b)Digestive c)Respiratory d)Circulatory e)Endocrine
13.What is the function of the pink structure at the arrow? a)Production of thyroid hormone b)Diffusion or filtration c)Absorption of nutrients d)Production of mucus e)Both a and b
14.Where would you expect to find this tissue in the body? a)Ligaments between vertebrae b)Tendons and ligaments c)Dermis d)a and b only e)a, b and c
15.The function of the tissue type at the arrow is: a)Absorption and secretion b)Diffusion and filtration c)Stretching d)Protection e)both A and B
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