Exercise 6 - A Classification of Tissues

Exercise 6 - A Classification of Tissues - Richland College...

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EXERCISE 6 – CLASSIFICATION OF TISSUES OBJECTIVES 1. To name the four primary tissue types and the major subcategories (specific kinds) of each. 2. To identify the four primary tissue types and the major subcategories of each through microscopic inspection or models. 3. To state the locations, functions, key features of each tissue type/subtype. NOTES: I. The tissue slides which are representative of each kind of tissue are listed along with the tissue—in bold italics . Most of the time, the slide label will have the name of the tissue (e.g. adipose tissue on the slide label). II. Start out with the 10X objective lens, then switching over to the 40X lens. ACTIVITY 1: EPITHELIAL TISSUE A. Simple Simple Squamous Epithelium - alveoli of lung Simple Cuboidal Epithelium - kidney tubules Simple Columnar Epithelium (ciliated, nonciliated, with or without goblet cells) - inner lining of intestines (nonciliated) Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium (cilated w/ goblet cells) - inner lining of
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course BIOL 2401 taught by Professor Watson during the Summer '10 term at Richland Community College.

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