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1

What structure will help to limit epithelial cell stretch?

basement membrane

2

What tissue type is always associated with epithelium?

connective tissue

3

How do epithelial cells obtain nutrition?

diffusion

4

Name the three general functions of epithelium.

absorption
secretion
barrier

5

Why is it necessary to have connective tissue next to epithelium?

nutrition source
provide defensive cells

6

What are the two parts to a complete basement membrane?

basal lamina
reticular lamina

7

Structure consists of protein plaque, transmembrane proteins, and tonofilaments.

macula adherens

8

Has a network of shared intrinsic membrane proteins between adjacent cells.

zonula occludens

9

Structure allows the transfer of materials between cells.

gap junctions

10

Contain basal bodies.
a. glycocalyx
b. cilia
c. stereocilia
d. microvilli

b. cilia

11

Functions in cell recognition.
a. glycocalyx
b. cilia
c. stereocilia
d. microvilli

a. glycocalyx

12

Found lining oviducts.
a. glycocalyx
b. cilia
c. stereocilia
d. microvilli

b. cilia

13

Function to increase absorption.
a. glycocalyx
b. cilia
c. stereocilia
d. microvilli

d. microvilli

14

Found lining the trachea.
a. glycocalyx
b. cilia
c. stereocilia
d. microvilli

b. cilia

15

Also called a brush border.
a. glycocalyx
b. cilia
c. stereocilia
d. microvilli

d. microvilli

16

Function to move something over a surface.

b. cilia

17

Found lining the epididymis.
a. glycocalyx
b. cilia
c. stereocilia
d. microvilli

c. stereocilia

18

Merkel cells are found in which layer of the skin?

stratum basale

19

Langerhans cells are typically found in which skin layer?

stratum spinosum

20

Melanocyte cell bodies are found in which skin layer?

stratum basale

21

Which cell type is found in the stratum corneum?

dead cells, keratin, and lipids

22

Which cell type is the most common in skin?

keratinocytes

23

Which is the most common method of secretion?

eccrine

24

Which method of secretion occurs in the axillary sweat glands of adults?

apocrine

25

Which method of secretion occurs in the all children's sweat glands?

eccrine

26

Which method of secretion involves the entire cell becoming the secretory product?

holocrine

27

Which method of secretion involves exocytosis?

merocrine

28

Which method of secretion does the secretory product contain cell cytoplasm, cell membrane, and in tract secretory vacuoles with secretory cell survival?

apocrine

29

Which method of secretion applies to Meibomian (tarsal) glands?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

b. holocrine

30

Which method of secretion applies to the pancreas?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

a. merocrine (eccrine)

31

Which method of secretion applies to sweat glands in adult pubic region?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

c. apocrine

32

Which method of secretion applies to all children's sweat glands?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

a. merocrine (eccrine)

33

Which method of secretion applies to lactating mammary glands?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

c. apocrine

34

Which method of secretion applies to goblet cells?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

a. merocrine (eccrine)

35

Which method of secretion applies to sebaceous glands in the skin?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

b. holocrine

36

Which method of secretion applies to ceruminous glands in the ear?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

c. apocrine

37

Which method of secretion applies to salivary glands?
a. merorine (eccrine)
b. holocrine
c. apocrine

a. merocrine (eccrine)