10. Where in the body would you find this connective tissue? Hint: These structures connect muscles and bones
11. What type of connective tissue is this? Hint: Look at the thin strings in the tissue
12. This is a type of cartilage. You can tell because it has more cells in it than other types of connective tissue. What type of cartilage is it?
13. This is also a type of cartilage. Again, look at all the cells. What type of cartilage is it?
14. This is a generic picture of connective tissue. What are the thin fibers found in this tissue called?
16. This type of cartilage is the most abundant cartilage in the body and is often found in between 2 moving bones. What is it?
17. This is a sebaceous gland with the hair follicle removed. What does a sebaceous gland secrete?
19. This is a type of epithelial tissue. Focus only on the top row of cells. What type of epithelial tissue is this? Hint: It is a 2 word answer
20. What type of epithelial tissue is this? Hint: It is also a 2 word answer.
21. What type of epithelial tissue is this? Hint: It is also a 2 word answer.
22. What type of epithelial tissue is this? Hint: It is also a 2 word answer.
29. The function of the “blue” cells in this picture is _____________
17. Oil 18.Epithelial 19. Simple columnar 20. simple cuboidal 21. Simple squamous 22. Stratified squamous 23. Elastin 24. Collagen 25. Chondrocytes 26. No 27. Yes 28. Osteocyte 29. Kill bacteria & viruses 30. Nerve cell (neuron) Answer Key Stratified Simple Squamous Simple Stratified Squamous Cuboidal Simple Columnar Tendons & ligaments Loose connective tissue Elastic cartilage Fibrocartilage Elastin Epiuthelial hyaline