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01 11 08 - Histology and Integument

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[email protected] 01/11/08 – Histology (continued) and the integumentary system A. Specific types of Epithelium 1. Simple Squamous – thin barrier allows great permeability: blood vessels, lungs a. Scale like, flat, very tight connections b. Found in places where quick diffusion is necessary, ex. Lungs, blood vessels i. Example of structure and function 2. Stratified Squamous – resists abrasion: skin, digestive tract, vagina a. Stratified-layered cell structure ex. Skin i. Anywhere where abrasion could take some of the layers of the skin off 3. Simple Cuboidal – less permeable than simple squamous. ducts & tubules; glands & kidneys a. One layer so it is simiple b. Thickness allows the cells to be more selective in what they allow in and out i. Found in tubules 4. Stratified Cuboidal – ignore, very rare a. More than one layer 5. Simple Culumnar – absorbtion or secretion (with goblet cells present); intestines a. Simple b. Tall and column like i. Found in places where there is very selective absorption or secretions 1. More selective than cuboidal a. Goblet cells- build up mucus and then secrete it into that space 6. Stratified Columnar - ignore, very rare a. 7. Transitional – stretches; urinary system a. Bladder can expand (unique) have to be very disenable b. When it stretches from collapsed verison all the cells can stretch out into one or two layers c. Pseudeostratified columnar – ciliated and contain many goblet cells; Respiratory i. Move dust out of lungs - Epitheial form glands by: o See notes for picture or slides a. Packs itself full of whatever they will secrete until full, cell ruptures and this kills the cell i. Known as holocrine b. Both spill onto surface B. Glandular Epithelium – organized secretory cells 1. Endocrine – release hormones to surrounding fluid and picked up by blood 2. Exocrine – release other secretions to epithelial surfaces through ducts a. Merocrine: cell fragments full of mucus or other substance breaks off from cell i. Secrete different things, secrete by packaging and releasing when they receive signal
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ii. Known as merocrine (only involves part of cell) a. Holocrine:
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