Flashcards in Chapter 6 review questions Deck (48)
What type of epithelium is found on filiform papillae
keratinized stratified squamous (the other papillae = stratified squamous)
What type of epithelium is found on all papillae outside the filiform
Von Ebner glands are found with which papillae
Taste buds are not found on which papillae
What do intrinsic muscles of the tongue do?
change tongue shape
Which cells produce dentin
Which cells produce enamel
Which cell type that produces dentin persist in adults
Name area of connective tissue beneath odontoblasts
Which salivary gland lacks separate serous acini
Which salivary gland is the largest
Which salivary gland produces a mixed product but is primarily serous producing
Which salivary gland produces a mixed product but is primarily mucus producing
What salivary gland is 100% serous producing
which salivary glands have serous demilunes
sublingual and submandibular
Which major luminal wall layer will typically possess larger blood vessels and more fibrous connective tissue
Which sublayer of the mucosa will typically possess smaller blood vessels and looser connective tissue?
What does it mean if the ME has a "normal pattern"
Which type of covering does an organ posses if it can be described as an edge of serous producing simple squamous epithelium
In general what does parasymp activation to the G.I. do?
Stimulates peristalsis, inhibits sphincters, activates secretion
In general what does symp. activation do to the G.I.?
inhibit peristalsis, contract sphincters, limit blood flow to gut
Name surface epithelium of esophagus
Name surface epithelium of stomach
What type of muscle is found in the ME middle 1/3 esophagus
mixed skeletal and smooth
Name stomach cell that produces intrinsic factor
Name stomach cell that produces thick visible mucus
Name stomach cell that produces pepsinogen
Name stomach cell that produces HCl
Name stomach cell that produces a more soluble slightly acidic mucus