BIO 1372Tissue LAB_Worksheet1(1)(2) (1)44444

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WORKSHEET 1: Tissue Lab As you insert photos and information into the boxes, this worksheet will expand in size. Note: Only photos taken through your microscope of the tissues as you view them will be accepted. Photos of text or web photos will not be accepted. LAB 5.1 Microscopic Slide Examination of Tissue Insert: Skeletal Muscle Photo: (label the nuclei and striations and give total magnification) Insert: Cardiac Muscle Photo: (label the intercalated discs, striations, and nuclei and give total magnification) Insert: Smooth Muscle Photo: (label muscle cell and nucleus and give total magnification) Insert: Nervous Tissue Photo: (label the cell body and neuron processes and give total magnification)
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Unformatted text preview: Insert: Simple Squamous Epithelial Photo: (label the nuclei and give total magnification) Insert: Simple Cuboidal Epithelial Photo: (label a nucleus and nucleolus and give total magnification) Insert: Simple Columnar Epithelial Photo: (label the columnar cell, nucleus, and brush border and give total magnification) Insert: Stratified Squamous Epithelial Photo: (give total magnification) Insert: Stratified Cuboidal Epithelial Photo: (give total magnification) Insert: Stratified Columnar Epithelial Photo: (give total magnification) Insert: Transitional Epithelial Photo: (give total magnification) Insert: Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar Photo: (give total magnification)...
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