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FUNDAMENTALS OF ZOOLOGY LABORATORYModule 5Animal TissuesEnabling AssessmentEnabling Activity 4Animal TissuesNameXavier JavierDateOct. 27, 2021TeacherArt PalacioCYSBsy31Points35 pointsTime Allotment60 minutesScoreInstructions:1.Summarize the characteristics, functions, and locations of the different epithelial tissues bycompleting Table 5.1.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF ZOOLOGY LABORATORYModule 5Animal Tissueslocated nuclei that areabout similar in heightand width.capabilities, and as aresult, depending onthe physiologicalposition and cellularspecialization, theyoften provideprotection throughactive (pumpingmaterial into or out ofthe lumen) or passivemethods.wallsinternal walls oftheseminiferoustubules of themaletestes,thepancreas,thesalivarygland,parts oftheeye, andfolliclesthethyroid.ColumnarSimpleMade up of one layerof columnar epithelialcellsAllows absorption,secretes mucous andenzymesBronchi, uterine tubes,uterus - ciliarycolumnar; digestivetract, bladder -nonpiliated columnarepitheliumStratifiedA type of stratifiedepithelium in which thetopmost layer is madeup of columnarepithelial cells.Primarily in providingprotection andsecretion.Conjunctiva ofthe eyeLobar ducts ofsalivary glandsCertain parts ofthe maleurethraVas deferensUterusAnusPharynxPage | 2
FUNDAMENTALS OF ZOOLOGY LABORATORYModule 5Animal TissuesPseudostratifiedAn epitheliumconsisting of closelypacked cells whichappear to be arrangedin layers but all ofwhich are in factattached to thebasement membrane.Secretes mucus whichis moved with ciliaTrachea and most ofthe upper respiratorytract (ciliated cells)TransitionalStratified tissue madeup of many cell layersin which the cells thatmake up the tissuecan alter shape inresponse to organdistention.Be an extremelyeffective permeabilitybarrier, impenetrableto water and mostsmall molecules.Urinary and malereproductive tract inhumans.

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