SAT - Science - Biology - Cells and Tissues

Question - 1

The outer layer of the skin is composed of____________

  • A Transitional epithelium
  • B Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
  • C Stratified squamous epithelium
  • D Stratified columnar epithelium

Question - 2

The primary purpose of stratification, or layering in epithelial tissue is for increased__________

  • A Protection
  • B Secretion
  • C Absorption
  • D Thickening of the basement membrane

Question - 3

Which one consists of cells in a fluid matrix?

  • A Loose connective tissue
  • B Adipose tissue
  • C Bone
  • D Blood

Question - 4

The major type of tissue specialized for movement is the _____ type?

  • A Nervous
  • B Cardiac muscle
  • C Muscle
  • D eConnectiv

Question - 5

The cells lining blood vessels and the lung alveoli are known as ______ epithelium

  • A Columnar
  • B Stratified Squamous
  • C Simple Squamous
  • D Cuboidal

Question - 6

the kidney tubules are lined with _______ epithelial cells

  • A Columnar
  • B Cuboidal
  • C Squamous
  • D Ciliated

Question - 7

The cells that directly & specifically secrete mucus are called ______ cells

  • A Epithelia
  • B Endocrine
  • C Exocrine
  • D Goblet

Question - 8

The term refers to the fact that an epithelial tissue has only one layer of cells

  • A Stratified
  • B Cuboidal
  • C Simple
  • D Pseudo-stratified

Question - 9

Connective tissue is complex because it has a variety of cells and a non-cellular background called a ___________ surrounding them.

  • A Collage
  • B Elastin
  • C Mucous secretion
  • D Matrix

Question - 10

The two major process of wound healing are

  • A Regeneration and fibrosis
  • B Fibrosis and tissue formation
  • C Ingrowth and granulation
  • D Regeneration and replacement
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