A&P Student Ex 6 Classification of Tissues

A&P Student Ex 6 Classification of Tissues - A&P...

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A&P Lab Exercise 6: Classification of Tissues Goals of this lab period: - Be able to identify microscope slides of different tissue types based on structural characteristics - Know at leas t one location and one function of each tissue subcategory - * = Be able to identify a microscope slide of this tissue type for the lab practical Histology – the study of tissues The four primary tissue types (epithelial tissue, connective tissue, nervous tissue, and muscle tissue) are further divided into subcategories. I. Epithelial Tissue – classified based on cell shape and cell arrangement (Fig 6.1) Cell Shapes: - Squamous - Cuboidal - Columnar Cell Arrangements: - Simple - Stratified - Pseudostratified - Transitional Primary Functions of Epithelial Tissue: - Protection - Absorption - Filtration - Excretion - Secretion - Sensory reception Subcategories of Epithelial Tissue (Fig. 6.3): *Simple Squamous - Location: - Function: *Simple Cuboidal - Location: - Function:
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