Histology slides MCQ

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This slide is taken from the small intestine. The tissue that is found at the free surface is:

   Simple columnar epithelium
  Simple squamous epithelium
  Simple cuboidal epithelium

Your Answer: Simple columnar epithelium
Connective tissue supports and protects
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True or False: This entire slide consists of only one tissue type. 
Your Answer: True
Correct Answer: False
Note the reticular fibers present in the matrix
3. 
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This slide is taken from a segment of the large intestine. Although the slide consists of many different tissue types, the tissue that is found at the bottom of the image is:
Your Answer: Smooth muscle
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This slide is taken from the pancreas. This organ is composed of many tissues. The tissue found at the tip of the angle marker is:
Your Answer: Dense irregularly arranged connective tissue
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This slide is from the integumentary system. The tissue found at the surface of this specimen is:
Your Answer: Stratified squamous epithelium
Note the multinucleate cells and the visible striations.
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There is only one tissue type present on this slide. The correct tissue is:
Your Answer: Compact bone
Note the arrangement of the matrix, and the individual cells lying in concentric rings.
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This slide was prepared from spinal cord. There is only one tissue type present on this slide. The correct tissue is:
Your Answer: Nervous tissue.
Note the structure of the large cells.
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There is only one tissue type present on this slide. The correct tissue is:
Your Answer: Skeletal muscle
Correct Answer: Cardiac muscle
These cells are not multinucleate, nor are they long and thin.
Ex of cardiac muscle
Ex of skeletal muscle
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Note the arrangement of the cells and fibers in this preparation. There is only one tissue type present on this slide. The correct tissue is:
Your Answer: Adipose tissue
Correct Answer: Areolar connective tissue
Note the shape of the cells, the large fat droplets within each cell and the tight cell-to-cell junctions.
Ex of areolar connective tissue
Ex of fat tissue:
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Identify the tissue type lining the lumen of the trachea:
Your Answer: Pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium
Note the shape of the cells, the placement of the nuclei, and the organelles at the free edge of the tissue.
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This is a section of the parotid salivary gland. Identify the tissue type that comprises the majority of the tissue visible in this specimen:
Your Answer:
Epithelium
Recall that one of the functions of epithelium is to secrete.
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This slide is prepared from a section of skin with a large sweat gland. The darker cells are those that form the lining of the sweat duct. Identify the specific tissue type lining this duct:
Your Answer: Stratified cuboidal epithelium
There is more than one layer of cells here, and the top layer of cells is obviously cube-shaped.
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The magnification on this tissue is 1200X. Identify the specific tissue type portrayed:
Your Answer: Fluid connective tissue, blood
The cells visible here are erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets.
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Identify the specific tissue type that makes up the lining of the lungs:
Your Answer: Simple squamous epithelium
The lungs require a diffusion membrane in order to exchange gases, so the tissue present must be extremely thin and tightly held together.
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Identify the specific tissue type that makes up the epiphyses of long bones (It is found in the pinkish areas on this slide, not the darker areas):
Your Answer: Hyaline cartilage
Correct Answer: Trabecular, or spongy bone
Cartilage has a uniform matrix, with chondrocytes isolated in lacunae.
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