Lab 1 Histology - Lab # 1 HISTOLOGY What are we doing...

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1 HISTOLOGY Lab # 1 What are we doing today?  Attendance policy starts Sign-In Sheet Don t Forget!  Histology Lecture   PhysioEx Tutorial  Excel Tutorial OUTLINE  Categories/types of tissue  Features of each type of tissue  Practice  Microscope  CD-ROM Histology Pictures
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2 Histology:  The study of microscopic anatomy  Why start with histology? Cells building block of any organism Hierarchy of Organization Systems Organs Tissues Cells Systems act together to maintain homeostasis! 4 PRIMARY TISSUES of the Body 1. Epithelial tissue 2. Muscle tissue 3. Connective tissue 4. Nervous tissue
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3  Coverings and Linings: Epidermis Body Cavity  Close Packing  Avascular but innervated  Polarity of Surfaces: Exposed to air or fluid Attached to basement membrane  Regeneration EPITHELIAL TISSUE Characteristics of all epithelial tissue: Basement Membrane Classification of Epithelial Tissue TWO Names  Number of layers: simple stratified  Shape of cells: Squamous Cuboidal Columnar
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4 Squamous Epithelial Cells  Flat shape, adapted for diffusion or protection
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This note was uploaded on 08/05/2011 for the course APK 2105 taught by Professor Brooks during the Summer '07 term at University of Florida.

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Lab 1 Histology - Lab # 1 HISTOLOGY What are we doing...

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