1. Choose the answer that shows the correct order for the standard preparation of a histological specimen.
    (1) Fixation, (2) sectioning, (3) staining.
  2. Which of the following increases the surface area of certain epithelial tissues?
  3. Which of the following is a property of epithelial tissue?
    Epithelial tissue is innervated.
  4. Where is transitional epithelium found?
    In areas subjected to stretching
  5. An exocrine gland that has an unbranched duct would be classified as a ________________.
    multicellular simple gland
  6. Exocrine glands:
    secrete substances onto body surfaces.
  7. Which of the following describes a holocrine gland?
    Holocrine glands secrete their products by rupturing.
  8. Which of the following describes a mucous cell?
    A unicellular exocrine gland
  9. _______________ is a water-soluble, complex glycoprotein that is secreted by all unicellular exocrine glands.
  10. In connective tissue, the role of collagen fibers is to:
    provide tensile strength.
  11. Connective tissues:
    are made primarily of extracellular matrix.
  12. Which of the following is not a role of connective tissue?
  13. ______________ are highly phagocytic cells that are a part of the body's defense system. These cells can be localized (fixed), or they can wander throughout the body.
  14. ______________is the tissue that regulates and controls body functions.
    Nervous tissue
  15. Smooth muscle:
    is under involuntary control
  16. The following are correctly matched?
    • Mucous membrane: line exits and entrances to the body
    • Serous membrane: lines body cavities and organs
    • Cutaneous membrane: a dry membrane exposed to air
    • NOT-Cutaneous membrane: made of simple columnar epithelia
  17. The correct order of events in tissue repair, from first to last, is:
    inflammation, organization, and regeneration.
  18. Epithelium is derived from all three primary germ layers
    ectoderm, mesoderm, and endoderm.
  19. All epithelia have an apical surface and a basal surface. T/F
  20. All connective tissues arise from an embryonic tissue called mesenchyme. T/F
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