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1.) The human body’s levels of organization go in the following order: Cells, Organs, Tissues, Systems, Organismal.
2.) The primary role of epithelial tissue is to support other structures/tissues
3.) Elastic fibers have the highest tensile strength of the connective tissue fibers
4.) Many tissues are almost exclusively composed of cells, connective tissue is an exception.
5.) The primary cell type of connective tissue proper is the Fibroblast
6.) osseus tissue and hyaline cartilage both contain lacunae
7.) (T or F) At any given time, the body’s areolar connective tissue should contain the same (approximately) amount of fluid as the blood
8.) The primary structural difference between dense regular and dense irregular connective tissue is
9.) Which of the following tasks best suits stratified squamous epithelia
10.) The keratinized version of stratified squamous epithelium is found in the _____________ and the non keratinized version is found in the ___________
11.) What percent of the cells in pseudostratified epithelium rest on the basal lamina
12.) The basement membrane consists of the
13.) Which tissue would you expect to find in area requiring tensile strength in multiple directions (for example: fibrous capsules of joints and organs)
14.) Why is hyaline cartilage so resistant to compression
15.) ( T or F) Skeletal muscle fibers (cells) are highly interconnected and contain special gap junctions called intercalated discs
16.) What is the most widespread tissue in the body?
17.) Which are functions of Areolar connective tissue
18.) Which tissue lines the inside of the heart, arteries, arterioles, and is the primary tissue of capillaries?
19.) Some common connective tissue characteristics include
20.) The basal lamina is secreted by the