Cellular/Tissue
Directional Terms
Systems
Microscope
abdominopelvic region
100

What organelle is responsible for the transportation of proteins within a cell?

  • Golgi Apparatus
100

The foot is _________ to the knee

  • Distal
100
  • Which organ system includes the spinal cord?

Nervous

100

Which of the following brings the image into sharper focus when using a microscope?

fine adjustment

100

The liver is located in which abdominopelvic region?

right hypochondriac

200

Which epithelial tissue is in the lining of the intestines?

simple columnar

200

The arm muscle is _____________to the skin?

deep

200

Which organ/body system secretes hormones that regulate growth, reproduction, and nutrient use

Endocrine

200

How should a microscope be carried?

with one hand under the base and one on the arm

200

The urinary bladder is located in which abdominopelvic region?

hypogastric region

300

What are the 3 types of muscle tissue?

  • Smooth, skeletal, and cardiac
300

The anatomical term which best describes a structure toward the head is

Superior

300

Which organ/body system breaks down food into more absorbable units?

Digestive

300

What is the purpose of the stage clip?

  • To hold the microscope slide in place
300

Which body plane divides the body into the anterior and posterior?

Frontal/coronal

400

Which part of the cell is considered to be the power house of the cell?

mitochondria

400

Which part of the cell is responsible for protein synthesis?

Ribosome

400

Which organ/body system keeps blood constantly supplied with oxygen, removes carbon dioxide, and contains many air tubes?

respiratory

400

Which of the following is not a function of epithelial tissue?

Stabilize the position of organs

400

You have a patient that comes into your clinic, you perform a diagnostic scan of the body and notice that the epithelial tissue that lines the urinary tract and bladder (because it can tolerate stretching) is abnormal. Which type of epithelial tissue is affected?

Transitional

500

Which vascular tissue is responsible for clotting?

Platelets

500

What directional term would you use to describe the eyes in relation to the mouth?

  • Superior
500

How are exocrine and endocrine glands similar and different?

  1. Exocrine glands: secrete onto external surfaces. Endocrine glands secrete hormones into the interstitial fluid that enters blood. Both allow for secretions and enable a basic function of the epithelial tissue.

500

Simple squamous in the inner surface of the heart and blood vessels is called______________.

endothelium

500

What are the 4 main types of tissues?

Nervous, muscular, connective, and epithelial

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