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Exam 2 Review Chapter 5: Tissue Organization Intro: Define histology. 5.1 Describe the common features of epithelial tissue. Identify the apical, basal and lateral surfaces. 5.1 Explain the four functions that may be served by epithelial tissues. 5.1 Name the classes of epithelia based on cell layers and cell shapes. 5.1 Give examples of each type of epithelium and explain how form relates to function. 5.1 Define glands. Distinguish between endocrine and exocrine glands. 5.2 Describe the three components of connective tissues. 5.2 Give examples of resident cells and wandering cells in connective tissue proper. 5.2 Name three types of protein fibers found in connective tissue. 5.2 Define ground substance and identify three types of molecules that may be found in it. 5.2 Describe the functions of connective tissues. 5.2 Distinguish the types of connective tissue and the locations where each type is found. 5.3 Compare the structure, function and location of each type of skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscle. 5.4 Compare the structure, function and location of neurons and glial cells. 5.5 Describe the structure, function and location of mucous, serous, cutaneous, and synovial membranes. 5.6 List some changes that occur in tissues with age. Clinical Views: Predict the types of problems that would occur in the body if the tissues system could not maintain homeostasis. Explain specific disorders and disease states related to tissues. Chapter 6: Integumentary System 6.1 Identify the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous layers. 6.1 Describe the five layers (strata) of the epidermis and their histological composition. 6.1 Differentiate between thick skin and thin skin and describe their locations. 6.1 Describe the pigments responsible for skin color. 6.1 Characterize the two layers of the dermis. 6.1 Describe how dermal blood vessels function in temperature regulation.
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6.1 List the functions of the subcutaneous layer.
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