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BIOL 105 Human Anatomy Lab List 2017.docx

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FALL 2017: Human Anatomy Laboratory 1 of 26 Terminology LAB #1 – HISTOLOGY Launch APR and go to the “select module” section and choose #3: tissue. Click on the microscope icon to gain access to the histology portion of the website. Each of the following is organized by topic. Be sure you can identify the variety of cell types and structures listed below. Also, for each tissue type listed below ( ) you must be able to visually identify it, know the tissue category to which it belongs (epithelial, connective, etc.), identify at least one location in the body where it is found, and state at least one major function/characteristic (for example, transitional epithelium can change shape depending on the fullness of the bladder). EPITHELIAL TISSUE Simple squamous epithelium Simple squamous cell and epithelium Simple cuboidal epithelium Cuboidal epithelial cell and epithelium Simple columnar epithelium (ciliated) Basement membrane Columnar epithelial cell (ciliated) and epithelium Pseudostratified columnar epithelium Cilia on pseudostratified columnar epithelium Goblet cell in pseudostratified columnar epithelium Pseudostratified columnar epithelium Stratified squamous epithelium (keratinized) Epidermis Stratified squamous epithelium (keratinized) Stratified squamous epithelium (nonkeratinized) Stratified squamous cell and epithelium Transitional epithelium Domed-shaped luminal cells of transitional epithelium Transitional epithelium
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FALL 2017: Human Anatomy Laboratory 2 of 26 Terminology CONNECTIVE TISSUE: PROPER –LOOSE Areolar connective tissue Collagen fiber in areolar connective tissue Elastic fiber in areolar connective tissue Ground substance Nucleus of fibroblast Adipose connective tissue Adipocyte Lipid inclusion in adipocyte Reticular connective tissue Reticular fiber Ground substance CONNECTIVE TISSUE: PROPER –DENSE Dense regular connective tissue Collagen fiber in dense regular connective tissue Ground substance of dense regular connective tissue Dense irregular connective tissue Collagen fiber in dense irregular connective tissue Ground substance of dense irregular connective tissue Elastic connective tissue Elastic fibers (lamellae) SUPPORTING CONNECTIVE TISSUE: CARTILAGE Hyaline cartilage Chondrocyte (in lacuna) in hyaline cartilage Extracellular matrix of hyaline cartilage Fibrocartilage Chondrocyte (in lacuna) in fibrocartilage Collagen fiber in fibrocartilage Ground substance of fibrocartilage Elastic cartilage Chondrocyte (in lacuna) in elastic cartilage Elastic fiber in elastic cartilage Ground substance of elastic cartilage
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FALL 2017: Human Anatomy Laboratory 3 of 26 Terminology SUPPORTING CONNECTIVE TISSUE: BONE Compact bone Osteocyte in lacuna Osteon Central canal of osteon FLUID CONNECTIVE TISSUE: BLOOD Blood Erythrocyte Leukocyte Platelet MUSCLE TISSUE
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  • Spring '14
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  • Human Anatomy, Common carotid artery, Subclavian artery, Internal jugular vein, Brachiocephalic artery, Human Anatomy Laboratory

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