Epithelial tissues cover the surface of the body and form the lining of body cavities, organs, and blood vessels.
Which of the following is listed in order of increasing hierarchization?
cytoplasm>lysosome>basophil>cardiac muscle tissue>muscular system
monocyte>microtubule>stratified squamos>skin>integumentary system
The four types of tissue are:
collagen, elastic, adipose, reticular
muscle, nervous, epithelial, connective
neuroglia, sensory, motor, interneurons
simple, stratified, squamos, cuboidal
All epithelial cells are bound to their underlying tissues by a layer of ________ tissue called the ________ membrane.
Which of these is NOT a way of classifying the cells and/or tissues of the nervous system?
Neurons & neuroglia
sensory, motor, & interneurons
somatic & autonomic
Nervous tissues are organized in all of these ways.
What is one example of a cell that does not fall within any of the 4 main tissue types?
cardiac muscle cell
totipotent stem cell
None of these easily fall into one of the four main tissue types.
How many major organ systems are there?
The traditional divisions can be somewhat arbitrary, but most texts define roughly 9 to 12.
There are as many organ systems in the body as there are bodies.
There are exactly 10 major organ systems.
There are exactly 11 major organ systems.
What are the formed elements of blood?
platelets and plasma
RBCs and WBCs
RBCs, WBCs, and platelets
RBCs, WBCs, platelets, and plasma
Which of the following measures the percentage of blood volume occupied by red blood cells?
the erythrocyte sedimentation rate
the hematocrit (Hct or HCT)
the hemoglobin assay
About how many RBCs are manufactured every minute?
about 2 million
about 5 million
Which of the following distinguishes RBCs from WBCs?
All of these accurately differentiate RBCs from WBCs.
RBCs have hemoglobin, but WBCs do not.
RBCs have nuclei, but WBCs do not.
There is only one type of WBC, but five types of RBCs.