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Epithelial Tissue Types Connective Tissues Muscle & Nerves Membranes Random
100
What is simple squamous?
Single layer of flat cells.
100
What is Loose, Dense, Cartilage, Bone, Adipose Blood?
Name 4 types of connective tissues
100
What is smooth, skeletal and cardiac?
Name the types of muscle tissue
100
What is cutaneous membrane?
The skin
100
What are Wandering cells?
These cells show up at injury sites to begin repair.
200
What is stratified columnar?
More than one layer of rectangle shaped cells.
200
What is blood?
This connective tissue carries substances around the body including oxygen.
200
What is nervous tissue?
This tissue is responsible for our senses.
200
What are mucous membranes?
Membranes which open to the outside. Your mouth and nose for example.
200
What is the stuff in between cells?
Define extracellular matrix
300
What is stratified cuboidal tissue?
This multi-layered epithelial tissue has square shaped cells.
300
What is adipose?
This tissue stores fat and insulates.
300
What is skeletal?
Your biceps is composed of this type of tissue.
300
What are serous membranes?
These membranes line cavities that don't open to the outside.
300
What is there is little blood supply to these tissues?
Injuries to ligaments and tendons are slow to heal for this reason.
400
What is glandular epithelial tissue?
Sweat glands are composed of this type
400
What is Fibrocartilage?
This tissue can be found in the spinal column and it absorbs shock. Bonus if you name specific type.
400
What is smooth muscle?
Involuntary muscle movement
400
What are synovial membranes?
Line joints such as the knee.
400
What are rbc's, wbc's, platelets, plasma?
The 4 parts of blood.
Bonus= Name the ECM
500
What is transitional epithelial?
This type can stretch and is found in the ladder.
500
What is Dense connective tissue?
Tendons and ligaments are made of this.
500
What is cardiac muscle?
Intercolated discs which help spread impulses faster can be found in this tissue
500
What is a serous membrane
Parietal pleura for example
500
What is histamine?
This substance is released by Mast cells which causes inflammation.




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