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Histology: Cell & Epithelial Tissue Quiz


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Where is epithelial tissue found?

A. glands

B. covering body surfaces

C. lines organs

D. all of the above


Identify:

A. Simple squamous

B. Stratified squamous

C. Transitional

D. Pseudostratified


Which of the following is not one of the four tissue types? 

A. Blood

B. Connective

C. Epithelial

D. Nervous 


All living things are made of…

A. atoms 

B. cells 

C. bacteria 

D. plants 


Name the tissue

A. Pseudostratified

B. Smooth Muscle

C. Transitional

D. Stratified Squamous


Where would you find simple squamous epithelium in the body?

A. Alveoli (Air Sacs in the lungs)

B. Skin

C. Glands

D. Intestines


control, read, and direct the cell using DNA instructions

A. nucleus

B. mitochondria

C. endoplasmic reticulum

D. lysosome


Used in places needing protection from scrapes and abrasions such as the skin and esophagus

A. Simple Cuboidal

B. Pseudostratified

C. Simple Squamous

D. Stratified Squamous


The structure shown is the cells …

A. nucleus

B. cytoplasm

C. mitochondria

D. cell membrane


Name the tissue type


A. Cardiac Muscle

B. Simple squamous epithelium

C. Simple cuboidal epithelium

D. Adipose


Identify:

A. Smooth Muscle

B. Columnar

C. Transitional

D. Pseudostratified


What type of cell has a nucleus? 

A. eukaryotic

B. prokaryotic 


Identify:

A. Pseudostratified

B. Smooth Muscle

C. Transitional

D. Stratified Squamous


Controls what enters/leaves a cell

A. cell membrane

B. Nuclear membrane

C. cell wall

D. cytoplasm


The study of tissue is called _______.

A. Epidemiology

B. Histology

C. Cardiology

D. Osteology


The structure shown is the cells …

A. cell wall

B. cell membrane

C. nucleus

D. mitochondria


The structure shown is the cells…

A. nucleus

B. cell membrane

C. cytoplasm

D. mitochondria


jello-like material, fills the space between cell organelles, is where many chemical reactions occur

A. cytoplasm

B. chromatin

C. chloroplast

D. cell membrane


Identify:

A. Smooth Muscle

B. Columnar

C. Transitional

D. Pseudostratified


Lines ducts and glands

A. Simple Columnar

B. Simple Cuboidal

C. Simple Squamous

D. Stratified epithelial


Identify:

A. Pseudostratified

B. Simple cuboidal

C. Transitional

D. Simple Squamous


Epithelium with more than one layer of cells

A. Stratified epithelium

B. Simple epithelium


Identify:

A. Smooth Muscle

B. Simple Columnar

C. Stratified epithelial

D. Pseudostratified


Identify:

A. Simple Columnar

B. Simple Cuboidal

C. Pseudostratified

D. Simple Transitional




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