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Chapter 4 - Principles of Anatomy and Physiology

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  • Q1

    ____________ is the science and department that studies body tissues.

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  • Q2

    A __________ is a physician who studies diseases of the cells and tissues. 

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  • Q3

    There are _________ basic types of tissues. Hint: (number)

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  • Q4

    Which type of body tissue is being described as follows: covers body surfaces and lines hollow organs, body cavities, and ducts; it also forms glands. This tissue allows the body to interact with both its internal and external environments.

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  • Q5

    Which type of body tissue is being described as follows: protects and supports the body and its organs. Various types of connective tissues bind organs together, store energy reserves as fat, and help provide the body with immunity to disease-causing organisms.

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  • Q6

    Which type of body tissue is being described as follows: is composed of cells specialized for contraction and generation of force. In the process, muscular tissue generates heat that warms the body.

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  • Q7

    Which type of body tissue is being described as follows: detects changes in a variety of conditions inside and outside the body and responds by generating electrical signals called nerve action potentials (nerve impulses) that activate muscular contractions and glandular secretions.

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  • Q8

    Identify the following images from left to right:

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    Complete the following game and report top score: purposegames.com/game/ipap-1-16-ap-cell-junctions-quiz

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  • Q10

    Which types of cell junctions are found in epithelial tissue?

    Tight junctions

    Desmosomes

    Adherens junctions

    All of the above

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  • Q11

    Which type of cell junction prevents the contents of organs from leaking into surrounding tissues?

    Tight junctions

    Desmosomes

    Adherens junctions

    All of the above

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  • Q12

    Which of the following statements about desmosomes is FALSE?

    They are protein structures that provide strong adhesion between adjacent cells.

    To anchor cells to the extracellular matrix

    Desmosomes are anchored by microfilaments in the cytoplasm.

    Desmosomes are found in tissues that experience intense mechanical stress.

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  • Q13

    Protective covering against external environment:

    Surface Epithelium

    Glandular Epithelium

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  • Q14

    Secreting surface portion of glands:

    Surface Epithelium

    Glandular Epithelium

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  • Q15

    Match the following epithelium with their corresponding group:

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