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CHAPTER 20 STUDY GUIDE

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1

     

What organs are found in the digestive system? (20.2) [Hint]

2

     

Explain the hierarchy of organization? (20.2) [Hint]

3

     

What are the benefits of multicellularity? (20.2) [Hint]

4

     

Which of these is NOT one of the four major tissue types? (20.3) [Hint]

5

     

Tissues are composed of _____ (20.3) [Hint]

6

     

Organs that come into contact with the environment are lined with which one of the following types of tissue? (20.4) [Hint]

7

     

An epithelial cell with a relatively large amount of cytoplasm probably has what function? (20.4) [Hint]

8

     

Stratified squamous epithelium is specialized for _____. (20.4) [Hint]

9

     

Which of these produces a secretion that lubricates and keeps surfaces moist? (20.4) [Hint]

10

     

Which of the following are found in epithelial tissues? (20.4) [Hint]

11

     

Which of the following consists of specialized epithelial cells? (20.4) [Hint]

12

     

Which of these tissues is specialized for allowing the exchange of materials by diffusion? (20.4) [Hint]

13

     

Epithelial tissue is directly underlain by _____. (20.4) [Hint]

14

     

Ligaments connect __________ to __________. (20.5) [Hint]

15

     

Which of the following are connective tissues? (20.5) [Hint]

16

     

The matrix of blood tissue is _____. (20.5) [Hint]

17 .

     

Which of the six major types of connective tissue has a matrix made of rigid collagen and calcium salts? (20.5) [Hint]

18 .

     

The ligament is what kind of connective tissue? (20.5) [Hint]

19 .

     

What is the primary function of loose connective tissue? (20.5) [Hint]

20 .

     

A major function of _____ tissue is energy storage. (20.5) [Hint]

21 .

     

Branched and striated is a description that would apply to which kind of animal tissue? (20.6) [Hint]

22 .

     

You have voluntary control over the function of _____. (20.6) [Hint]

23 .

     

Food is pushed through the digestive tract by the contractions of _____. (20.6) [Hint]

24 .

     

Neurons are specialized cells characteristic of _____. (20.7) [Hint]

25 .

     

The structural and functional unit of nervous tissue is the _____. (20.7) [Hint]

26 .

     

An organ such as the heart or liver contains _____. (20.9) [Hint]

27 .

     

An organism is to an albatross as a(n) _____________ is to an intestine. (20.9) [Hint]

28 .

     

How many organ systems make up your body? (20.10) [Hint]

29 .

     

How are the systems paired up?

30 .

     

Hormone-producing organs are a part of the _____ system. (20.10) [Hint]

31 .

     

The body's first line of protection from external forces is afforded by the _____ system. (20.10) [Hint]

32 .

     

The brain is a component of the _____system. (20.10) [Hint]

33 .

     

Which of these organs is a component of both the excretory and male reproductive systems? (20.10) [Hint]

34 .

     

An animal's internal environment is _____. (20.13) [Hint]

35 .

     

Which of the following best illustrates homeostasis? (20.13) [Hint]

36 .

     

If hormone A is in a negative feedback loop with hormone B, then we can expect that __________. (20.12) [Hint]

37 .

     

When we talk of feedback systems, the word "stimulus" means __________. (20.12) [Hint]

38 .

     

The role of an effector in a feedback loop is to __________. (20.12) [Hint]

39 .

     

Negative feedback is methods of homeostatic control that _____. (20.12) [Hint]

40 .

     

When a jogger starts to run, the rate at which his muscles produce carbon dioxide rises sharply. But the carbon dioxide in his blood rises only slightly before he starts to breathe faster and his heart starts beating stronger. Soon his increased rate of CO2 production is balanced by an increased rate of CO2 removal. This would be an example of ____________ feedback because the jogger's circulatory and respiratory systems are ____________. (20.12) [Hint]

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