Welcome to the Electronic Learning Environment for Advanced Human Anatomy & Physiology. Some tissues are called connective tissues because they act as connections among various other tissues. Bone, cartilage, and fibrous connective tissue actually hold parts together or support them.
  You have an unlimited number of attempts for this laboratory practical. Each attempt will result in new questions and answers generated randomly!

5 Sample Questions

Please choose three basic types of matrix from the list below.

  • A. Protein matrix
  • B. Fibrous
  • C. Adipose
  • D. Loose matrix
  • E. Protein/ground substance matrix
  • F. Cartilage
  • G. Fluid matrix

Collagen is a common protein, forming bundles of tough, flexible fibers. What color are the collagen fibers?

  • A. Pink
  • B. Blue
  • C. White
  • D. Red
  • E. gray

_____, a stretchy, fibrous protein, forms thick, single fibers in connective tissue matrices.

  • A. Elastin
  • B. Fibrous
  • C. Cancellous
  • D. Adipose
  • E. Bone
  • F. Nerve

Adipose tissue are fat storage cells having been filled with _____ and expanded into the extracellular spaces.

  • A. lipids
  • B. carbohydrates
  • C. cellulose
  • D. ATP molecules
  • E. nucleic acids
  • F. proteins

There are two broad categories of bone.  Please choose two most correct answers from the list below.

  • A. compact bone
  • B. cancellous bone
  • C. Ordinary loose bone
  • D. dense fibrous bone
  • E. red bone marrow
  • F. areolar bone

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