Lecture One

Lecture One

Hubs paper lecture multi chioce quiz to help me revise for uni exams and practise

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What are some examples of epithelial tissue?

Select the three correct answers
Outer layer of skin
Muscle
Neurons
Glands
Lining of many organs

When does connective tissue arise?

During embryonic development
During childhood
When ossification occurs

What are the features of nervous tissue?

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Most complex tisuue
Specializes in communication between body parts and their activity
Specializes in moving substances in and out of cell
Main function is to generate complex messages that coordinate the body functions
Main function is to produce movement
Integration/regulation of body functions

What best describes the arrangement of cells in epithelial tissue?

Cells are very close together
Cells are very far apart

What are the 2 constituents of ECF

What are the main characteristics of connective tissue?

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Mostly ECM
Relatively few cells
Large number of cells
The cells are tightly packed together
Very little ECM
The ECM contains more than one fiber

When was the Human Tissue Act established?

What are the 4 major tissue types?

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Nervous
Connective
Muscle
Muscular
Nerve
Epithelial

What are the major types of connective tissue?

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Fibrous
Muscles
Cartilage
Blood
Glands
Bone

What are some examples of muscle tissue?

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Heart muscle
Ligaments
Muscles of head, neck, limbs, trunk
Muscles of walls of hollow organs
Bones
Tendons

What process happens BEFORE working and learning from the bodies?

Clearing of the way (Whakawatea)
Cleansing of the way (Whakawatea)
Removing tapu by doing a whakamatu

What is skeletal muscle tissue?

Found in walls of visceral (hollow organs)
Makes up most of the muscle attachments
Makes walls of heart

What is extra-cellular fluid?

The proportion of body water in the cell
The proportion of body fluid outside of the cell, liquid found outside of cells
The amount of water found outside of a cell

What are the main functions of connective tissue?

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Connect
Support
Transport
Defend

What are the main functions of muscle tissue?

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Produce movement
Specializes in comunication
Cells specialize in adapting to contractility
Shortens and lengthens contractile units in cytoplasm to produce movement

What are the main function of epithelial tissue?

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Cover
Produces movement
Lining cavities
Moving substances in and out of the body
Protect
Forms glands
Connects
Support

True/False: The matrix is embedded in cells

What are the 4 statements that constitute the Human Tissue Act

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No references have to be made on how long bodies are kept
Inspector of anatomy can inspect at any time
Persons wishes can be overridden by relative or spouse
Anatomy department responsible for related costs
Voluntary donation of bodies
Avoid unnecessary mutilation, treat in orderly quiet and decent manner

What are some other important features of the act?

Examination material must be carried out in school of anatomy, Inspector of anatomy can view at any time, department responsible for related costs
Department responsible for related costs
Examination material must be carried out in school of anatomy, Inspector of anatomy can view at any time.
Bodies come from all over NZ

What are the three types of muscle tissue?

What are some examples of nervous tissue?

Select the four correct answers
Tissue of brain
Tissue of spinal cord
Tissue of sensory organs
Tissue of nerves in the body

What best describes the extra-cellular matrix of epithelial tissue?

Lots of ECM
Very little ECM

What are the 2 sub-types of epithelial tissue?

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Lining
Glandular
Covering
Membranous
Glandi

What are some examples of connective tissues

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Bone
Cartilage
Tendons
Muscle
Joints
Ligaments
Fat
Blood

What are the main components of ECM

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Protein
Interstitial fluid
Water
Plasma
Proglycans

What is the main determination of a tissue type and/or function?

The tissue type
The ECM
The ECF

What is extra-cellular Matrix?

Matrix inside of cell
Matrix outside of cell, the material between cells in a tissue
Fluid outside of cell, the material between cells in a tissue