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Test Bank for Principles of Human Physiology 5th Edition By Stanfield Chapter 1 1) The smallest living units capable of carrying out their own basic life functions are called A) cells. B) organel... les. C) organs. D) organ systems. E) tissues. Answer: A 2) Cells are classified into which of the following four broad categories? A) squamous, cubodial, columnar, and basement membranes B) endocrine, nervous, integumentary, and reproductive C) atoms, tissues, organs, and organ systems D) neurons, muscle, epithelial, and connective tissue E) skeletal, cardiac, endocrine, and nervous Answer: D 3) Epithelial cells are associated with a noncellular material called a(n) A) muscle fiber. B) endocrine gland. C) basement membrane. D) connective tissue. E) fibroblast. Answer: C 4) are found in the linings of hollow organs where they separate fluids in the interior cavity from the surrounding body fluids. The interior cavity of a hollow organ or vessel is known as a . A) Epithelial : lumen B) Endocrine cells : lumen C) Elastin cells : cavity D) Smooth muscle cells : cavity E) Connective tissues : basement membrane Answer: A 5) The tissue type that generates mechanical force and movement, and whose activity is controlled both on a voluntary and involuntary level, is tissue. A) nervous B) epithelial Answer: D 6) Glands are derived from what type of tissue? C) skeletal D) muscle E) connective A) connective B) reticular Answer: E C) nerve D) muscle E) epithelial 7) The cell types blood, bone, fat, and lymph would be categorized into which of the following major cell classes? A) muscle cells B) epithelial cells C) endocrine cells D) neurons E) connective tissue cells Answer: E 8) Which tissue type includes cells contained in an extracellular matrix composed of collagen and elastin? A) muscle tissue B) nervous tissue C) endocrine tissue D) epithelial tissue E) connective tissue Answer: E 9) What is a general name for the noncellular material that holds the widely scattered cells of connective tissue together? A) intracellular matrix B) extracellular matrix C) basement membrane D) elastin E) collagen Answer: B 10) Which of the following is a protein found in connective tissue that provides the tensile strength to resist stretching? A) erythropoietin B) elastin C) vimentin D) collagen [Show More]

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