ANP 300 - Lecture 2 - Tissues

ANP 300 - Lecture 2 - Tissues - TISSUES& INTEGUMENT...

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Unformatted text preview: TISSUES & INTEGUMENT TISSUE- Epithelial- closely packed cells- covers internal and external surfaces- forms most glands- Connective- widely spaced cells with extracellular material- support and bind together other tissues- Muscle- elongated cells capable of contraction- Nervous- neurons capable of conducting electrical impulses- associated support cells Tissue- Epithelial- closely packed cells- covers internal and external surfaces- forms most glands- Connective- widely spaced cells with extracellular material- support and bind together other tissues- Muscle- elongated cells capable of contraction- Nervous- neurons capable of conducting electrical impulses- associated support cells Epithelial Tissue- Anchored by basement membrane- noncellular glycoprotein and collagen- anchored to underlying connective tissue- Lack blood vessels- diffusion through basement membrane- Surface specializations- microvilli or cilia- Regeneration- e.g., epidermis replacement Epithelial Tissue- Classification a - number of cell layers b - cell shape Glandular Epithelial Tissue- Gland = functional group of cells whose main function is secretion- Develop by invagination of epithelium into underlying tissue- Two basic types of epithelial gland- EXOCRINE presence of a duct- ENDOCRINE absence of a duct EXOCRINE GLANDS- Merocrine (Eccrine)- Apocrine- Holocrine EXOCRINE GLANDS- Merocrine (Eccrine)- Apocrine- Holocrine EXOCRINE GLANDS- Merocrine (Eccrine)- Apocrine- Holocrine EXOCRINE GLANDS- Merocrine (Eccrine)- Apocrine- Holocrine Tissue- Epithelial- closely packed cells- covers internal and external surfaces- forms most glands- Connective- widely spaced cells with extracellular material- support and bind together other tissues...
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2008 for the course ANP 300 taught by Professor Grine during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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