Membranes, Muscles, And Nerves Quiz Review Part 2: Question Preview (ID: 21153)


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The tissue makes mucous, serous, and epidermal membranes.
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
The tissue that allows for movement of limbs and for organ movement with in the body.
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
Transmits electrochemical impulses.
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
The major function for this type of tissue is to shorten.
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
This tissue may absorb and/or secret substances.
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
The basis of the major controlling system of the body.
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
The tissue can make hormones
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
This tissue is characterized by having large amounts of nonliving matrix.
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
This tissue forms the brain and spinal cord.
a) Connective b) Epithelium c) Muscle d) Nerve
Which membrane lines cavities that communicate with the exterior (digestive, respiratory, reproductive or urinary tract)?
a) Cutaneous b) Mucous c) Serous d) Synovial
This membrane is found in joints that allow free movement to prevent bone to bone contact.
a) Cutaneous b) Mucous c) Serous d) Synovial
This membrane is made mostly of loose connective tissue and an incomplete layer of epithelial tissue.
a) Cutaneous b) Mucous c) Serous d) Synovial
This membrane is made of stratified squamous epithelium and the underlying dense connective tissue.
a) Cutaneous b) Mucous c) Serous d) Synovial
This membrane is made of stratified squamous epithelium and the underlying dense connective tissue.
a) Cutaneous b) Mucous c) Serous d) Synovial
Examples of this type of membrane is parietal and visceral membranes.
a) Cutaneous b) Mucous c) Serous d) Synovial
This type of membrane lines sealed, internal cavities to minimize friction when an organ moves.
a) Cutaneous b) Mucous c) Serous d) Synovial
This type of serous membrane covers the heart and lines the cavity the heart is found in.
a) Pericardium b) Peritoneum c) Pleura d)
This serous membrane covers the lungs and lines the cavity the lungs are found in.
a) Pericardium b) Peritoneum c) Pleura d)
This type of serous membrane lines the abdominal cavity and covers the surfaces of organs like the stomach and liver.
a) Pericardium b) Peritoneum c) Pleura d)
Which part provides physical support of neural tissue, chemicals in neural fluid, and defend neural tissue from infection?
a) Axon b) Cell Body c) Dendrite d) Neuroglia
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