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Tissues Vocabulary Quiz


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Make up nervous system organs that control communication and regulation

A. Epithelial Tissue

B. Muscle Tissue

C. Nervous Tissue

D. Connective Tissue


cube shaped cells

A. Neuron

B. columnar epithelial cells

C. cuboidal epithelial cells

D. squamous epithelial cells


flat cells

A. squamous epithelial cells

B. neuron

C. cuboidal epithelial cells

D. columnar epithelial cells


Muscles attached to the bones that control voluntary movements

A. Skeletal muscle tissue

B. Smooth muscle tissue

C. Cardiac muscle tissue

D. Digestive muscle tissue


Muscles that involuntarily propel substances or objects along internal passageways

A. Skeletal muscle tissue

B. Smooth muscle tissue

C. Cardiac muscle tissue

D. Nervous tissue


secreting externally

A. Exocrine

B. Endocrine

C. Exocytosis

D. Endocytosis


tall and column shaped

A. squamous epithelial cells

B. columnar epithelial cells

C. neurons

D. cuboidal epithelial cells


Supports, protects, insulates, transports, and bind other tissues together

A. Muscle Tissue

B. Nervous Tissue

C. Connective Tissue

D. Epithelial Tissue


Secreting internally

A. Exocrine

B. Endocrine

C. Exocytosis

D. Endocytosis


One or more cells that create and secrete different products

A. Organ

B. Tissue

C. Gland

D. Organelle


A group of similar cells that perform the same function

A. Organ

B. Tissue

C. Organ System

D. Organelle


A distinct structure made up of at least 2 different types of tissues

A. Tissue

B. Organ

C. Glands

D. Organ System


Highly specialized nerve cells that make up nervous tissue and generate and conduct nerve impulses

A. Gland

B. Neuron

C. Organelle

D. Organ


Covers body surfaces and lines body cavities to form boundaries as well as protect, absorb and filter substances

A. Nervous Tissue

B. Muscle Tissue

C. Connective Tissue

D. Epithelial Tissue


Tightly packed cells working together to allow contractions that cause movement

A. Muscle Tissue

B. Connective Tissue

C. Nervous Tissue

D. Epithelial Tissue


muscles of the heart that involuntarily contract to propel blood into circulation throughout the body

A. Skeletal muscle tissue

B. Smooth muscle tissue

C. Cardiac muscle tissue

D. Digestive muscle tissue




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