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SSR First 10 minutes
Agenda 10/16—Day 1 SSR first 10 minutes White board review Review will be on my website tonight
1. Non-living matter A. Cells B. Tissue C. Organ D. Matrix
2. Matrix is found ONLY in this type of tissue A. Epithelial B. Connective C. Muscle D. Nervous
3. The tissue classified by cell shape and number of layers is? A. Epithelial B. Connective C. Muscle D. Nervous
4. The brain and spinal cord are made of this type of tissue A. Epithelial B. Connective C. Muscle D. Nervous
5. The tissue involved in absorption and secretion A. Epithelial B. Connective C. Muscle D. Nervous
6. The tissue involved in different types of movement is A. Epithelial B. Connective C. Muscle D. Nervous
7. Hormones secreted by endocrine glands, are secreted by this type of tissue A. Epithelial B. Connective C. Muscle D. Nervous
9. The surface of epithelial tissue that is attached is called the A. Apical surface B. Basal Surface C. Squamous Surface D. External surface
11. Tissue with multiple layers is A. Striated B. Stratified C. Simple D. Multinucleate
12. Tissue that holds fat droplets is A. Skeletal muscle B. Areolar C. Adipose D. Bone
13. The connective tissue that makes up ligaments and tendons is A. Dense fibrous B. Adipose C. Areolar D. Bone
19. Allows you to smile A. Connective B. Nervous C. Muscle D. epithelial
14. Provides insulation for the body A. Areolar B. Bone C. Dense fibrous D. Adipose
15. Contains cells arranged in concentric circles around a central canal A. Areolar B. Bone C. Dense fibrous D. Adipose
8. Mucus membranes such as your nasal passage-way have this type of tissue A. Epithelial B. Connective C. Muscle D. Nervous
16. Provides great strength through parallel bundles of fibers A. Areolar B. Bone C. Dense fibrous D. Adipose
17. Rubbery cartilage connecting the ribs to the sternum A. Hyaline cartilage B. Adipose C. Areolar D. Dense fibrous
18. The cells of this tissue shorten and extend to move bone A. Connective B. skeletal C. Cardiac D. smooth
20. Most widely distributed tissue in the body A. Connective B. Nervous C. Muscle D. epithelial
29. Cylindrical shaped cells (non- branched) A. Muscle B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
21. Single layer of flattened cells A. Stratified squamous B. Simple cuboidal C. Simple Squamous D. Stratified columnar
10. The apical surface is the A. Attached surface B. External surface C. Free surface D. Anterior surface
22. Osseous is another name for this type of tissue A. Adipose B. Muscle C. Connective D. Bone
23. Displays intercalated disks A. Muscle B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
24. Striated, single nuclei A. Muscle B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
25. Multinucleated cells A. Muscle B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
26. Tissue of the circulatory pump A. Muscle B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
27. Voluntarily controlled A. Connective B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
28. Contains spindle shaped cells A. Muscle B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
30. Found attached to bone A. Muscle B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
31. Allows you to direct your eyeballs A. Muscle B. Skeletal C. Cardiac D. Smooth
32. Involuntarily controlled A. Cardiac, skeletal B. Cardiac, Smooth C. Smooth, Skeletal
33. Spaces found within the matrix where cells sit is called A. Gap junctions B. Tight Junctions C. Lacunae D. Lamella
34. What type of tissue? A. Muscle B. Connective C. Nervous D. Epithelial
35. What type of tissue? A. Simple cuboidal B. Simple columnar C. Stratified cuboidal D. Simple squamous
36. What type of tissue and what are the shapes? A. Muscle B. Connective C. Nervous D. Epithelial
37. What type of epithelial tissue? A. Simple cuboidal B. Simple columnar C. Simple squamous D. Stratified squamous
38. What type of tissue? A. Areolar B. Adipose C. Dense fibrous D. Bone
39. What type of tissue? A. Areolar B. Adipose C. Dense fibrous D. Bone
40. What type of tissue? A. Smooth B. Cardiac C. Skeletal
41. What type of tissue? A. Smooth B. Cardiac C. Skeletal
What tissue type is this?
What type of tissue?
Explain how we name epithelial tissue
Exercise 6 Classification of Tissues. What is a tissue? Group of cells Group of cells Similar structure & function Similar structure & function.
Exercise 6 Classification of Tissues. What is a tissue? Groups of cells Groups of cells Similar in structure & function Similar in structure & function.
Histology The study of tissues. Tissue A group of similar cells working together to perform a common function.
Chapter 6: Tissues and Membranes. A. 4 types of tissues Epithelial tissue Connective tissue Nervous tissue Muscular tissue.
Histology Practical Review. Simple Columnar Epithelial A – Connective Tissue B – Basement Membrane a b.
Epithelial Tissues. Simple Squamosal epithelium Single layer of thin flattened cells Allow substances to pass through easily. Found lining the lungs,
Human Tissues Tissue differentiation. Tissue Types Muscle Epithelial Connective Nervous.
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Body Tissues A. Tissues 1. Groups of cells with similar structure and function 2. Four primary types a. Epithelial tissue (epithelium) b. Connective tissue.
Tissue Practical Practice Areolar Connective Tissue.
Tissue Review 1.Click to open the question 2.Click again to reveal the answer choices 3.Click a third time to reveal the correct answer.
What you will do today... -Discuss how the human body is organized into several levels -Recognize that the tissue level is the second level, going from.
Lab 1 ANIMAL TISSUES. Levels of Organization Animals are multicellular heterotrophs whose cells lack cell walls. Most animals exhibit a hierarchical level.
Tissues Of The Human Body. Epithelial Cells Simple squamous Simple squamous –1. single layer of flat cells –2. Has a centrally located nucleus –3. Lines.
© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Figure 3.18a Nucleus of squamous epithelial cell Basement membrane (a) Diagram: Simple squamous Photomicrograph: Simple.
Tissues of the Body. Body Tissues Cells are specialized for particular functions Tissues Groups of cells with similar structure and function Four.
Tissue Practical Practice mixed Simple cuboidal epithelium.
Multicellular life Evolution of multicellular life Animal tissue types.
Tissues Organized groups of cells that are similar in structure and function.
Identify the type of tissue. Simple Columnar Epithelial Tissue.
Chapter 3 Body Tissues He he he he he…. Body Tissues Cells are specialized for particular functions Tissues - Groups of cells with similar structure.
Cells and Tissues. Body Tissues Cells are specialized for particular functions Histology – the study of tissue Tissues Groups of cells with similar.
Tissue Types Tissues- a group of cells performing a similar function Epithelial Connective Muscle Nervous.
Tissue. Groups of cells similar in structure and function.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Objective 1 Describe the four main categories of tissue, including their types,
Cells and Tissues Part 2. Stages of Mitosis Figure 3.15.
Different tissues have different structures that are suited to their functions The relationship between structure and function is a major and important.
DR / Noha Elsayed Body Tissues. Course outline.
Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology Fifth edition Seeley, Stephens and Tate Slide 2.1 Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin.
A Closer Look Tissues of the human body. Epithelial Tissues The lining, covering and glandular tissue of the body. Functions include: Protection. Absorption.
TISSUES, GLANDS AND MEMBRANES CHAPTER 4. TISSUES Histology is the study of tissues Four main groups of tissues Epithelial Connective Muscle Nervous tissue.
Animal Organization. Levels of biological organization cells tissues organs organ system.
Slide Study for Lab Practical Histology. Epithelial Tissue 8 slides Study location & function also On epi tissue: find apical surface & basement membrane.
Ch 5 Review Tissues. Major Tissues What tissue’s job is to coordinate, regulate, integrate, transmit information, and sensory reception? It can be found.
Tissues – a group of similar cells working together to perform a function Tissue Types: EpithelialConnectiveMuscularNervous.
Simple Squamous Found in Lung and Kidney Filtration Lung Kidney.
HISTOLOGY THE STUDY OF TISSUES. GENERAL Tissue = Cells with similar structure & function organized into groups or layers Four major types: -Epithelial.
Tissue Practice Test Dr. B. 1. Identify the tissue.
Tissues. Tissue – a group or mass of similar cells working together to perform certain common functions There are 4 major types of tissue Epithelial.
Do Now Please take 2 minutes to answer this question: How do you stay “connected” with your friends and family? How is your body connected? Agenda.
Tissue Review Buckley Identify this tissue. 6. Where in the body is this tissue located?
Tissues. Four Types of Tissues Epithelial Connective Muscular Nervous.
Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Seventh Edition Elaine N. Marieb Cells.
Chapter 6 Classification of Tissues 1. Tissues are: Group of cells similar in structure an function Tissues are organized into organs Histology.
© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Body Tissues Tissues Groups of cells with similar structure and function Four primary types Epithelial tissue (epithelium)
20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt Classes.
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