Lesson 1.2: Identity- Tissues Essential Questions Download

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Lesson 1.2: Identity- Tissues
Essential Questions- Type complete answers to the below questions in 12 point Times New Roman Font single-spaced.
1.
What are the main types of tissue in the human body?
2.
Describe the differences in the appearance of epithelial and connective tissues.
3.
Explain the basic structure and function of the skeletal system.
4.
How does the structure of a type of human tissue relate to its function in the body?
5.
How does the distribution and structure of different types of tissue in the body contribute to personal identity?
6.
What are the functions of the human skeletal system?
7.
What are the main bones of the human skeletal system?
8.
What is forensic anthropology and how does this field relate to human body systems?
9.
How can features of bone be used to determine information about a person’s gender, ethnicity, age or stature?
Key Terms
Adipose tissue
Appendicular Skeleton
Axial Skeleton
Connective Tissue
Epithelial Tissue
Femur
Forensic Anthropology
Humerus
Pelvis
Skull
Tibia
Tissue
Connective tissue in which fat is stored and which has the cells distended by droplets
of fat
Bones of the limbs and limb girdles that are attached to the axial skeleton
The skeleton of the trunk and head
Animal tissue that functions mainly to bind and support other tissues, having a sparse
population of cells scattered through an extracellular matrix
Sheets of tightly packed cells that line organs and body cavities
The proximal bone of the hind or lower limb that is the longest and largest bone in the
human body, extends from the hip to the knee
The branch of physical anthropology in which anthropological data, criteria, and
techniques are used to determine the sex, age, genetic population, or parentage of
skeletal or biological materials in questions of civil or criminal law
The longest bone of the upper arm or forelimb extending from the shoulder to the
elbow
A basin-shaped structure in the skeleton of many vertebrates that is formed by the
pelvic girdle together with the sacrum and often various coccygeal and caudal
vertebrae and that in humans is composed of the two hip bones bounding it on each
side and in front while the sacrum and coccyx complete it behind
The skeleton of the head forming a bony case that encloses and protects the brain and
chief sense organs and supports the jaws
The inner and usually larger of the two bones of the leg between the knee and ankle
that articulates above with the femur and below with the talus -- called also shinbone
An integrated group of cells with a common structure and function
Sketch the 4 Tissue Types Below:
Label the bones on the Skeleton below:
Skull
Radius
Scapula
Metacarpals
Femur
Ulna
Patella
Metatarsals
Pelvis
Humerus
Sternum
Tarsals
Tibia
Patella
Rib
Phalanges
Fibula
Clavicle
Vertebra
Carpals