Tissues, Organs and Organ systems

Tissues, Organs and Organ systems

Test your knowledge on cellular differentiation and organisation, take the quiz and find out!

published on February 24, 20143 responses 0
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What is a tissue?

A group of cells with a similar structure and function
A group of cells with different structures working together
A thin layer of unspecialised cells

In the digestive system, water is mostly absorbed in:

The stomach
The large intestine
The small intestine

In the digestive system, digestion happens in:

The liver and small intestine
The stomach and large intestines
The stomach and small intestines

What does the epithelial tissue in the stomach do?

Covers the inner and outer surfaces of the stomach
Produces digestive juices
Churns the food

Where is bile produced?

The liver
The pancreas
The bile duct

The correct order, starting with the least complex, is:

cell organ → tissue → organ system
cell → tissue → organ → organ system
organ system → organ → tissue → cell

The main job of glandular tissue is to:

Covers some parts of the body
Bring about movement
Produce substances such as enzymes and hormones