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Human Anatomy and Physiology - Types of Tissues Quiz


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This type of connective tissue protects the ends of our bones in out joints and is also found in other areas of the body.

A. Cartilage

B. Bone

C. Adipose

D. Blood


This types of connective tissue connects bone to bone.

A. Blood

B. Ligament

C. Cartilage

D. Adipose


Simple squamous is a type of epithelial cell.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Define tissue with regards to anatomy

A. A group of structurally and functionally related cells that come together to perform common functions

B. Multiple sheets of thin paper used to clean your nose

C. A series of different cells in the same area

D. The smallest structural and functional unit of an organism


What type of tissue SIGNALS the intestines to move food along?

A. Nervous Tissue

B. Blood Tissue

C. Smooth muscle tissue

D. Skeletal Muscle Tissue


This type of muscle makes up the majority of the heart.

A. Cardiac

B. Skeletal

C. Smooth

D. Bumpy


This type of muscle is responsible for the involuntary movements of the body’s internal organs.

A. Striated

B. Skeletal 

C. Cardiac

D. Smooth


This type of connective tissue contains platelets and is largely involved in transport of materials around the body.

A. Bone

B. Adipose

C. Cartilage

D. Blood


Blood, bone and cartilage are all examples of :

A. simple cuboidal tissue

B. epithelial tissue

C. connective tissue

D. transitional tissue


Which tissue is this?

A. Simple Squamous

B. Stratified Squamous

C. Simple cuboidal

D. Pseudostratified columnar


This is the connective tissue structure that supports the body

A. Adipose

B. Bone

C. Skin

D. Epithelial 


Which tissue is this?

A. Simple squamous

B. simple columnar

C. transitional

D. simple cuboidal


Which of the following is the function of the epithelial tissue?

A. Supports body parts

B. Covers body parts

C. Binds body parts together

D. Forms the framework of organs




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