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Mixed

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What are the four types of tissues?

What is 

◦Nervous

◦Muscular

◦Connective

◦Epithelial

100

Glands that secrete substances outward through a duct

Exocrine Glands

100

The outer portion of the skin, formed by epithelial tissue which rests on the dermis.

Epidermis

100

A bone-forming cell

Osteoblast

100

Use Stuart to name the bones in the body

200

What is the study of the macroscopic structures of an organism? 

Gross anatomy

200

Exocrine glands that have cytoplasm in their secretions "A part of the cell"

Apocrine Glands

200

Loose connective tissue underneath the dermis which connects the dermis to muscle or bone.

Hypodermis

200

A localized mass of blood that is confined to an organ or some definable space

Hematoma


300

The study of the functions of an organism and its parts



Physiology



300

Cells that do not regularly undergo mitosis but are able to if the need arises

Stable Cells

300

Bone formation.

Ossification

300

A mass of tissue that connects the ends of a broken bone

Callus


400

The ability to let certain materials in or out while restricting others

Selective permeability

400

Cells that cannot undergo mitosis



Permanent Cells

400

The process of manufacturing blood cells.

Hemopoiesis

400

A mature bone cell surrounded by bone matrix



Osteocyte

500

Groups of cells specialized for a particular function

Tissues

500

Ductless glands that secrete hormones into the bloodstream



Endocrine Glands

500

A hollowed out space in a bone.



Sinus

500

A large multi-nucleated cell that breaks down bone



Osteoclast