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Objectives Describe the characteristics and general features of each of the 4 types of tissues that comprise the human body Define the term “membrane”and describe the features of each of the membranes described in class.
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Histology Epithelial Connective Muscle Nervous
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What are the emergent features of epithelial tissue? General Function Basement membrane* Avascular Innervated Classification: Shape Number of layers
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Epithelial classes
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Simple squamous
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Simple cuboidal
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Simple columnar
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Pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium
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Stratified squamous
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Stratified cuboidal
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Stratified columnar
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Endocrine gland
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Exocrine gland
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Connective Tissue Cells + Matrix Matrix: Ground Substance (fluid, semifluid, gelatinous or calcified) Fibers Types: Loose (Adipose), Dense, Cartilage, Bone, Liquid (Blood, Lymph)
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Loose CT: areolar
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Loose CT: adipose
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Loose CT: reticular
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Dense CT: regular
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Dense CT: Irregular
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Dense CT: Elastic
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Unformatted text preview: Bone & Liquid CT Membranes • E-CT • Mucous – outside • Serous – inside • Cutaneous • Synovial Review • If you were asked to compare two tissue samples, what features would you look for that would delineate between epithelial and connective tissue? Muscle • General Functions • Skeletal • Cardiac • Smooth Review • List 3 differences between smooth and skeletal muscle tissue. Nervous Tissue • General functions • Cells Neurons Glial cells-Schwann- Astrocytes, et al It has been reported that Einstein’s brain had the usual number of neurons but more glial cells than average. Why might this be the case? Review • What type of tissue would be box-shaped but only one layer thick? • What type of tissue has dendrites? • What type of tissue uses intercalated discs to transmit information? • Where are synovial membranes found? • What is the function of Ground Substance?...
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