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Basic Anatomy - Tissues and Organs

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Basic Anatomy - Tissues and Organs

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As you grow older you become more aware of your body, so let's focus on the different parts of the body. Every facet of your body plays a vital and important role in your very survival and existence. So let’s begin with the very basics of the anatomy – the tissues and the organs.

1.
This is made up of mostly connective tissue called adipose tissue which is more commonly known as fat.
Subcutaneous layer
Dermis
Nerve Tissue
Muscle Tissue
The subcutaneous layer of the skin is made up of mostly connective tissue called adipose tissue which is more commonly known as fat. Answer (a) is correct
2.
This is the grouping of related cells that contain proteins actin and myosin that slide past one another.
Muscle Tissue
Nerve Tissue
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
The grouping of related cells that contain proteins actin and myosin that slide past one another is known as the muscle tissue. Answer (a) is correct
3.
This is the largest organ of the body.
Lungs
Heart
Stomach
Skin
The skin is the largest organ of the body. Answer (d) is correct
4.
This tissue helps to keep the different organs in the body separated.
Epithelial Tissue
Muscle Tissue
Nerve Tissue
Connective Tissue
The epithelial tissue consists of a related grouping of cells that create linings in the body and helps to keep the different organs separated. Answer (a) is correct
5.
This organ filters blood plasma by separating it from waste.
Liver
Kidney
Pancreas
Stomach
The organ that works to filter blood plasma by separating it from waste is the kidney. Answer (b) is correct
6.
This contains blood vessels that nourish the skin, as well as nerve tissues that provide feelings in the skin.
Epithelial Tissue
Dermis
Epidermis
Nerve Tissue
The dermis layer of the skin contains blood vessels that nourish the skin, as well as nerve tissues that provide feelings in the skin. Answer (b) is correct
7.
This produces acid and enzymes that help to kill bacteria and other infectious organisms consumed by a person.
Liver
Kidney
Stomach
Pancreas
The stomach produces acid and enzymes that help to kill bacteria and other infectious organisms consumed (or eaten) by a person. Answer (c) is correct
8.
This organ helps to provide the body with oxygen and it expels carbon dioxide.
Kidney
Pancreas
Liver
Lung
The lung (of which there are two in the body) helps to provide the body with oxygen and it expels carbon dioxide. Answer (d) is correct
9.
This tissue contains fibrous strands of protein collagen.
Nerve Tissue
Muscle Tissue
Connective Tissue
Epithelial Tissue
Tissue that contains fibrous strands of protein collagen is known as the connective tissue. Answer (c) is correct
10.
This is the outermost layer of the body.
Subcutaneous layer
Dermis
Epidermis
Skin
The skin is composed of three layers and the outermost layer is the epidermis. Answer (c) is correct
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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