R 4 Answer Section

Answers to Chapter Exercises

EXERCISE 4-1

1. nucleus

2. gland

3. nipple

4. fiber

5. tissue

6. mucus

7. network

8. forms

9. mucus

10. nucleus

13. histology (his-TOL-o-je)

14. morphology (mor-FOL-o-je)

EXERCISE 4-2

12. blast; immature cell, productive cell

13. troph; feeding, growth, nourishment

14. plas; formation, molding, development

15. gen; origin, formation

EXERCISE 4-3

1. starch

2. sugar

3. glucose

4. water

7. gluc/o; glucose

8. steat/o; fatty

LABELING EXERCISE 4-1 DIAGRAM OF A TYPICAL ANIMAL CELL_

1. nucleus

2. nuclear membrane

3. genetic material (DNA)

4. nucleolus

5. endoplasmic reticulum (ER)

6. ribosomes

7. plasma membrane

8. cytoplasm

9. mitochondrion

10. Golgi apparatus

11. lysosome

12. centriole

Answers to Chapter Review 4-1

36. epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous

37. glucose

38. nucleus

40. enzyme

41. nucleus

42. cells

43. water

44. fat

45. mucus

46. morphology

47. histology

48. cytogenesis

49. protease

Answers to Case Study Questions

9. leuko-; white, colorless

10. neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils

11. thromboplastin, neoplasm, dysplasia

12. lymphocytes, monocytes, cytology, leukocyte

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