Lab TWO AP 1

Lab TWO AP 1 - Lab 2 AP 1 TissuesandSkin Definitions...

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    Lab 2 AP 1 Tissues and Skin
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    Definitions Epithelium Covers surfaces  inside and outside the  body Marks the inside from the outside One  free edge Supported by connective tissue Avascular Regenerates  easily
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    Types of Epithelium Simple Stratified
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    Types of Epithelium Squamous Cuboidal  Columnar
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    Simple Squamous
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    Simple Cuboidal
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    Simple Columnar
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    Stratified………. Squamous Cuboidal Columnar
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    Transitional Only found in the  urinary tract Stretches
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    Pseudostratified
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    Types of Epithelium
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    Connective Tissue Has  matrix Has  cells  These two  components  characterize the  tissue Cartilage Bone Blood All have matrix and  cells…
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    For example Hyaline Cartilage Hyaline cartilage has  matrix  of ground  substance with  chondroitin sulfate  and … Has Cartilage  cells  in   lacunae …..
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    Elastic Cartilage Has matrix plus  elastic fibers
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    More elastic cartilage…….(ear)
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    Or Fibrocartilage…….
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    Loose Connective tissue
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    Dense Connective Tissue
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    Smooth muscle vs Dense CT
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    Adipose Tissue (specialized connective tissue……….(cells plus matrix)
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    SKIN Stratified  and  cornified  (keratinized)  squamous epithelium
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course BIOL 2222 taught by Professor Jones during the Summer '11 term at Kennesaw.

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