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GO THROUGH LECTURE SLIDES TO SEE IF YOURE MISSING ANYTHING!!Watch videos posted on MoodleKnow where all the foramen are on picturesTissue OrganizationReadings: Chapter 5 (Sections 5.1 & 5.2)1. Know the four types of tissues in the body and what the basic functions of epithelialand connective tissues are. Note you will not be responsible for details concerningmuscle and nervous tissue.MCB 244 Exam 2 ReviewTuesday, October 16, 20182:16 PM
2. Understand the differences between and be able to distinguish between apical,basal, basolateral and lateral regions in epithelial tissues.
3. Understand the following properties of epithelial tissues and how they affectepithelial tissue structure/function: cellularity, polarity, avascularity, innervation andhigh regeneration capacity.
Cellularity- Composed almost entirely of tightly packed cellsPolarity- Diff surfaces have diff parts and diff functionsAvascularity- lack blood vessels, nutrients are obtained either directly across theapical surface or by diffusion across basal surface from blood vessels withinunderlying CTInnervation- richly innervated (supplied w nerves) to detect changes in theenvironmentHigh regeneration capacity- undergo cell division frequently4. Know the 8 types of epithelial tissue (simple and stratified; squamous,cuboidal and columnar, plus pseudostratified and transitional). Be familiar with theirgeneral characteristics, functions and their locations in the body (see Table 5.3).

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Fall
Professor
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Vertebra, Bone marrow

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