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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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Cartilage: hyaline
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Cartilage: fibrous
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Cartilage: 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 Einsteins 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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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2009 for the course BIOSC 1080 taught by Professor Roberets during the Summer '07 term at Pittsburgh.

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