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What type of tissue is indicated by the blue arrow? What is the primary function of this type of tissue? Define the shape and the number of layers that it has. 4. What type of tissue is this? 5. What is special about its ground substance and fibers? 6. Identify the smaller cells.

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4. What type of tissue is this?

5. What is special about its ground substance and fibers?

6. Identify the smaller cells.

7. Identify the larger cells.


8. What type of tissue is this?

9. Where is it found in the human body?

10. How does the shape of the cells on the apical surface reflect its function?


11. What type of Tissue is this?12. Identify the area indicated by the circle below.13. Identify the surface outlined in red below.14. What two structures contribute to the formation of this surface?


15. What type of tissue is this?

16. What is the structure indicated by the red arrow?

17. What is contained within this structure?

18. What fibers predominate in this matrix and what is deposited within these fibers?


19. What type of tissue is on the surface?

20. What is the structure indicated by the blue arrow? What is its function?

21. What type of connective tissue do you see below?

22. What physical characteristics did you use to identify the connective tissue in question above?

19. What type of cells are responsible for making the matrix?


23. What type of tissue is this?

24. Where would you find this type of tissue?

25. Identify the cell within the lacuna, indicated by the blue arrow.

26. What fiber predominates in the matrix of this tissue?



28. Type of tissue? identified by the blue arrows?29. Name an example of body structures that have this type of tissue?30. Identify the predominant fiber in the matrix, and explain its arrangement as it relates to its function.31. What type of cell creates this matrix?


32. Name this tissue and classify this as loose or dense. identified by the blue arrows?33. What are the dark fibers indicated by the blue arrow?34. What are the smaller fibers as shown by the red arrow?35. What type of cells create this matrix? What type of cell maintains this matrix?36. Name one other cell that can be found in this matrix.


37. What is this tissue? identified by the blue arrows?

38. Describe its structural characteristics.


39. What type of tissue is this? identified by the blue arrows?

40. What is its function in the human body?


41. Would this tissue be classified as loose or dense? identified by the blue arrows?

42. What physical characteristic did you use to classify this?


43. What type of tissue is this? identified by the blue arrows?

44. What is its primary function and name an example of a body structure that has this tissue.


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45. Name the tissue.

46. What structure is indicated by the yellow arrow? What does it produce? What cellular organelle is responsible for producing this structure?


47. What fibers are visible in this tissue? identified by the blue arrows?48. Name the tissue.49. Identify a body part that has this tissue.50. What is the cavity identified by the arrow?


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