Flashcards in Chapter 2 Review Questions Deck (42):
Which molecular component of ground substance, when found in large amounts, can create a connective tissue that supports inflammation?
Why is inflammation good for the healing process?
increase tissue fluidity and increases defensive cell numbers
Which fiber is considered the simplest in structure?
Which fiber is known for its great strength?
Which fiber is affected by aging?
collagen I and elastic
Which fiber can caused Marfan's syndrome when defective?
Scurvy will result in weaker/fewer .... fibers.
Which fiber is more numerous in the lymph nodes?
Defects in this fiber may lead to Ehlers Danlos syndrome.
Which fiber has the shortest life span?
Which fiber is functionally critical within alveolar septal walls?
Which can be referred to as collagen III?
Which general connective tissue structural cell is numerous when the blood supply is limited?
Which fiber functions in epidermal scar shrinkage?
Which cell produces antibodies?
Which connective tissue cell type stores lipids?
Which primary mediator attracts eosinophils?
Which primary mediator counteracts the effects of histamine?
Which primary mediator loosens endothelial cell junctions in capillaries and venules?
Which primary mediator attracts neutrophils?
Which primary mediator dilates small arteries and arterioles?
Which mast cell mediator will extend and amplify the effects of histamine?
Which mast cell primary mediator will cause visceral smooth muscle to contract?
Which cell type in connective tissue can produce new connective tissue matrix (all parts)?
Which cell type in connective tissue produces leptin?
Which cell type in connective tissue creates foreign body giant cells?
Which cell type in connective tissue functions during tooth eruption?
Which mast cell mediated event is likely to involve great basophil stimulation?
Which cell type is designed to change into other cell types?
Which cell will be present in a CT when reticular fibers are needed on a permanent basis?
Which leukocyte is attracted to sites of acute inflammation?
Which leukocyte is attracted to sites of allergic inflammation?
Which leukocyte is attracted to sites of chronic inflammation?
Name the type of connective tissue in organ capsules.
Name the type of connective tissue in the lesser omentum.
Name the type of connective tissue in the lymph node.
Name the type of connective tissue in the papillary layer of dermis.
Name the type of connective tissue in the ligaments.
Which type of adipose will cushion the kidneys?
Which type of adipose will store lipids for energy?
Which type of adipose will generate heat?