The Gastric Mucosa Is The Pucous Membrane Lining Of Your Skin Chapter 4 Answers

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Chapter 4 Questions: Review: 1.) B. Tissues 2.) B. Stratified Epithelial 3.) C. Loose Connective Tissue 4.) D. Ligaments 5.) C. Mucous 6.) B. Visceral Pleura 7.) C. Peritonitis 8.) C. Muscular 9.) A. Primary Repair 10.) D. Vitamin E Completion: 1.) The tissue that has the ability to react to stimuli is Nerve Tissues. 2.) The gastric mucosa is the mucous membrane lining of the Stomach. 3.) The secretion that prevents the bones in a joint from rubbing together is Synovial Fluid. 4.) The lining that protects the lung is the Pleural membrane. 5.) In secondary tissue repair when there is a large open wound, the process of tissue repair is called Granulation. Applying Theory to Practice: 1.) Feel your skin. What type of tissue is it? Is this tissue the same as the lining of your mouth?…show more content…
2.) Explain how mucus affects the air we breathe or the food we eat. -mucus helps control infection and protects the stomach lining and acids. 3.) Name the organ systems involved when you eat a slice of pizza. - Digestive System includes mouth, salivary glands, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, and large intestine. 4.) You hear the expression “I sprained a ligament” or “I pulled my tendon.” Describe the type of tissue involved with each injury. Describe the function of a ligament and of a tendon. -Fasciae are the fibrous connective tissue sheets that wrap around muscle bundles to hold them in place. Ligaments are strong, flexible bands (or cords) that hold bones firmly together at the joints. Tendons are white, glistening bands that attach skeletal muscles to the bones. 5.) Imagine you have a friend with severe injuries who is hungry. Describe the lunch you would prepare for this person. The menu should include the vitamins necessary for tissue repair and help in pain relief.

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