Lab 3 - Lab III Skin & Membranes Epithelial Membranes...

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Lab III Skin & Membranes
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Epithelial Membranes Layer of epithelial cells bound to a layer of connective tissue Cutaneous membranes- skin. Dry membrane of keratinized stratified squamous epithelium. Mucous membranes-epithelial cells resting on loose connective (lamina propria). Line body cavities that open to body exterior. Serous membranes-layer of simple squamous epithelial cells above areolar connective tissue.
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–Cutaneous membranes- skin. Dry membrane of keratinized stratified squamous epithelium.
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Mucous membranes-epithelial cells resting on loose connective (lamina propria). Line body cavities that open to body exterior.
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–Serous membranes-layer of simple squamous epithelial cells above areolar connective tissue.
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Synovial Membranes Made from connective tissue, NO EPITHELIAL TISSUE Lines cavities surrounding the joints. Provide smooth surface for joint articulation.
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Body Cavities Major body cavities dorsal body cavity • cranial cavity • vertebral canal ventral body cavity thoracic cavity diaphragm separates them abdominopelvic cavity – abdominal cavity pelvic cavity Lined by membranes Filled with viscera
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Thoracic Cavity Mediastinum = organs separating left from right pleural cavities heart, blood vessels, esophagus, trachea, & thymus Pleural cavities filled with lungs Membranes visceral & parietal pleural visceral & parietal pericardium cover heart & line pericardial sac
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Pleural Membranes
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Pericardial Membranes
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Pelvic brim separates abdominal cavity contains
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Lab 3 - Lab III Skin & Membranes Epithelial Membranes...

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