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Classification of Tissues Quiz:

 

1. Which of these represents the primary function(s) of the epithelial tissues?

Epithelial tissues cover and line.
Epithelial tissues support and protect.
Epithelial tissues produce and conduct electrical impulses.
Epithelial tissues provide body movement.

 

2. Which of these glands has a tube for passage of materials?

Endocrine
Exocrine
Multilobular
Areolar

 

3. Which of these tissues has a characteristic “string of beads” appearance?

Areolar
Squamous
Columnar
Cuboidal

 

4. Which of these refers to the study of tissues?

Cytology
Surface anatomy
Microscopic anatomy
Histology

 

5. Which type of cell would you associate with the kidney tubules?

Squamous epithelium
Cuboidal epithelium
Transitional epithelium
Pseudostratified epithelium

 

6. Which of these types of cells are the “generic CT cells”?

Osteoblasts
Chondroblasts
Fibroblasts
Osteoclasts

 

7. Which of these fibers is most abundant in CT?

Elastic
Collagen
Reticular
von Kupffer

 

8. Which of these is the type of cell associated with cartilage CT?

Osteoblast
Chondroblast
Fibroblast
Osteoclast

 

9. Which form of cartilage CT has a smooth, clear matrix with scattered cells and no visible fibers?

Elastic
Fibrous
Reticular
Hyaline

 

10. Which type of cell is the “supporting cell” of nerve tissue?

Neuron
Neuroclast
Neuroglia
Neurosyntium

 

11. Which portion of a neuron can receive incoming energy?

Dendrites
Axons
Cell body
Axonal terminals

 

12. Which type of muscle is voluntary?

Skeletal
Smooth
Visceral
Cardiac

 

13. Which type of muscle is associated with the heart?

Skeletal
Smooth
Visceral
Cardiac

 

14. What does the prefix “pseudo” mean?

True
False
Current
Past due

 

15. Which type of tissue would you associate with the lining of the oral cavity?

Stratified squamous
Pseudostratified columnar
Simple reticular
Areolar CT

 

NOTE: You are responsible for the visual identification of all cells, tissues, and specific cell structures identified in your objectives. Practical applications such as these are an inherent part of each laboratory activity and exam.