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Unit 1- 50 Questions

1. Name the structure that is located superficially on the body, Anterior to


the lumbar region, Superior to the pubis, inferior to the mammary, and
is included in the linea alba.
2. Anatomical position, the thumb is located _____________________from to
the shoulder and ________________________from the pinky.
3. The ascending colon travels through which to abdominal regions?
4. What is the muscle that separates the thoracic from the abdominal
region?
5. The body cavities contain linins made up of
___________________Membranes, the organs are covered by a
______________________lining and the cavity is covered by a
____________________Lining.
6. Name the 4 basic tissue types and their functions.
7. What 2 tissue types are excitable?
8. Connective tissue and Muscle tissue both come from which layer of the
ebryonic disk?
9. How do you classify epithelium?
10.
Simple squamous epithelium is located in the
__________________,__________________,____________________, and it s
function
is_______________________,____________________,_____________________.
11.
This epithelium is located in the oral cavity, the skin, pharynx,
larynx, esophagus, vagina, and anus is for protection, what is its one
modifier?______________________________
12.
These square shaped single layered cells have 2 purposes
Absorption and secretion, what are they called and where are they
located? (3 areas)_______________________,
_______________________,_______________________,________________________
13.
These cells are located in the GI tract, what are they called and
do they have goblet cells cilia or microvilli? In the uterine tubes and
large bronchioles what modifications do they have?
___________________________________________________________________
14.
What is the function of the Simple columnar cells?
________________,______________
15.
These 2 epithelium are rare and found in the exocrine glands and
the male urethra, What is their function?
_____________________,_________________________
16.
These epithelium protect, secret, produce mucin, and propel
substance through the upper respiratory tract and the male
urethra._________________________________

17.
You would find this epithelium in the organs in the urinary
system, they have the ability to distend and
relax______________________________.
18.
This is a surface modification to individual
cells_________________________________.
19.
This is a modification of the
submucosa______________________________.
20.
What are the three things that can modify skin color?
____________________________,
_____________________,__________________________.
21.
List the 5 layers of the epidermal
layer.________________________________________.
22.
The connective tissue proper has 2 categories with 5 sub
categories, list all.
________________________________________________________________________
23.
List the 3 types of cartilage and where you would locate
them._____________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
24.
What is a lacunae?
______________________________________________________
25.
What are the 3 fibers found in Areolar tissue?
___________________________________
26.
List 2 places areloar Ct is located and its function.
________________________
______________________________________________________________________
27.
Adipose tissue looks like cottage cheese, but what purpose does
it serve?____________
____________________________________________________
28.
This CT looks and acts like a hammock, that is its name and
where would you locate it?
_____________________________________________________________
29.
This CT is found in the large arteries around the heart to help
pump the blood. ________________________
30.
Tendons connect_______________to _________________ and
ligaments connect ________________to _____________________ and are
made of__________________.
31.
This substance in the body is slow to grow and repair because it
is avascular________________________________
32.
____________________________is the outer covering of most
cartilage.

33.
What are the 3 cell that make up the bone and what do they do?
___________________
_______________________________________________________________________
34.
The end of the long bone is the_________________________, the
middle is the __________________ and the ______________________is where
the shaft meets the end and includes the growth plate.
35.
What are the 2 types of bone tissue
______________________,___________________
36.
Osteons consist of concentric rings, how do osteons
communicate with each other? __________________________
37.
Blood is transported up and down through the bone through
_____________________, but it travels horizontally
through______________________________.
38.
What does compact bone contain that spongy bone does not?
_____________________
39.
Hematopoisis is the formation of blood cells, what part of the
bone does this?________________________________
40.
These Collagen fiber connect the bone to
periosteum.___________________________
41.
What 3 bones are formed by Intramembranous Ossification?
______________________, _____________________,______________________
42.
These classifications or types of joints have no mobility
__________________________,
___________________,__________________,____________________________
43.
This type of joint is freely moving____________________________
44.
This joint has a capsule around it and fluid with
in_____________________________
45.
These joints are
uniaxial,_________________________&______________________
46.
These joints are the most mobile with the most
rotation_________________________ and include the
__________________________&_______________________
47.
This joint is Biaxial and angular and makes it so your thumb can
touch all 4 fingers _______________________________
48.
These Joints are angular, uniaxial, and are located in the elbow,
ankle and phalanges ______________________________
49.
These joints glide and include the inter vertebral Articular
processes________________
50.
This movement, moves the palms from anterior to
posterior.______________________

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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Belly button
Distal, lateral
Right Lumbar, Right iliac
Diaphram
Serous, visceral, parietal
Epithelium-linings and body covering, Connective tissue-supporting
tissue and blood, Muscle contractile and excitable, Nervousexcitable
7. Muscle tissue, nervous tissue
8. Mesoderm
9. Number of layers, Shape, surface modifications
10. Aveoli, Lining of cardio vascular system, serous membrane.
Diffusion, Filtration, secretion.
11. Stratified squamous epithelium, keratin
12. Simple cuboidal epithelium- glands, kidney tubercles, surface of
the ovaries.
13. Simple columnar, GI tract- Nonciliated, Microvilli, Uterine- cilia
14. Absorption, secretion, propulsion
15. Stratified columnar and cuboidal epithelium, Secretion and
protection

16. Psuedostratified columnar epithelium


17. Transitional epithelium
18. Microvilla
19. Cilia
20. Carotene, Melanin, Hemoglobin
21. Corneum, Luecidum, Granulosum, Spinosum, Basale
22. Loose- Areolar, Adipose, Reticulare. Dense- Dense irregular,
Dense regular
23. Hyline- nose tracheal rings, articular surface of long bones,
Elastic- Eustation tubes, ear, epiglottis, external acoustic meatus.
24. Location of Chondrocytes.
25. Fiber, elastic, reticular.
26. Lamina propria- papillary of the dermis, surrounds and protect
organs.
27. Insulation, protection, energy storage.
28. Reticular, framework to support the spleen, liver, bone marrow,
and lymph nodes.
29. Dense irregular connective tissue
30. Muscle to bone, bone to bone, Dense regular connective tissue
31. Cartilage
32. Perichondrium
33. Osteoblast- forms new bone, Osteocytes- maintain the matrix.
Osteoclasts- eat old bone.
34. Epiphyisis, diaphysis, metaphysic.
35. Spongy, compact
36. Canaliculi
37. Central canal (Halvorsion), Volkmanns canal
38. Halvosion canal
39. Spongy bone
40. Sharpeys fibers
41. Skull, clavicle, mandible
42. Synarthrosis, sutures, gomphosis, synchondrosis.
43. Diathrosis
44. Synovial
45. Hinge, Pivot.
46. Ball and socket, shoulder and hip
47. Saddle joint
48. Hinge joint
49. Plane joints
50. Pronation