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Unformatted text preview: IB 131L: General Human Anatomy Lab Required texts Marieb & Mallatt: Human Anatomy (4 th or 5 th edition) Wheaters Functional Histology (4 th or 5 th edition) Lab Manual: Summer 2009 edition Optional text Human Anatomy Coloring Book Weekly open lab hours Monday: 8-10am, 12-1pm, 5-6pm Wednesday: 8-11am, 12-1pm Thursday: 12-1pm Friday: 8-11am, 12:30-3pm, 4:30-5:30pm Saturday: 9-11am Sunday: 8-10pm Contact Information Dr. Christina Lewis, Lecture Instructor, christina.c.lewis@gmail.com Jaclyn Shaw, Head GSI jcs96@berkeley.edu Jessica Lu, GSI jlu@berkeley.edu Tanya Libby, GSI t.libby@berkeley.edu Brian Swartz, GSI bobbitworm@berkeley.edu Rachel Koontz, GSI rckoontz@berkeley.edu Chen Yang, GSI cheny7@berkeley.edu Ashley Lipps, GSI alipps@berkeley.edu Ginger Polich, GSI grpolich@berkeley.edu Allison Lindquist, GSI alindquist@berkeley.edu Ben Mersey, GSI bmersey@berkeley.edu Part One Histology: Epithelial Tissue Part Two Anatomical Terminology The Axial Skeleton (No cadavers today) The body has multiple levels of organization Organism (the whole body) Organ systems Organs Tissues Extracellular matrix Cells + Organelles, nucleus, etc. This class Four Basic Tissue Types Epithelial Tissue Connective Tissue Muscle Tissue Nervous Tissue Properties of epithelia Derived from all 3 germ layers Cellular (minimal extracellular matrix not much space or stuff between cells) Polarized : Apical, lateral, and basal sides of cells and tissues Rests on basement membrane (aka basal lamina), a thin layer of connective tissue Avascular : blood vessels usually found close to it, but are physically separated from it by connective tissue. Apical Basal MM Fig. 4-1 p. 70 Lateral Functions of Epithelia Boundaries Sealing Protection Absorption Excretion Transport Secretion Sensory reception Simple one layer of cells Stratified many layers of cells Pseudostratified only one layer, but it looks stratified; found in respiratory system Classification First part of name = # cellular layers MM Fig. 4-2 p. 71 Second part of name = Cell shape Squamous flat, scaly, or fried egg-like Cuboidal square-ish shaped Columnar column Transitional special, found only in urinary system; lots of cell shapes Hint: Look at nucleus to help determine which kind MM Fig. 4-2 p. 71 Additional Classification:...
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