lecture_5_con2

lecture_5_con2 - BUGS BUGS ESC 102A Under the Link Exam...

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BUGS BUGS ESC ESC 102A Under the Link
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Exam Questions: - Characterize : describe -simple squamous epithelium -unicellular exocrine gland - Identify : name -endothelium -goblet cell -Give the function of …. -facilitate transport, barrier -secrete mucous
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Tissues: Connective Tissue
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Connective Tissue-last time
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Connective Tissue-types Classification of connective tissue Connective tissue proper Specialized connective tissue Supporting connective tissue Loose (areolar) Dense regular (tendon, IEL) irregular (everywhere) Adipose Elastic (ligament, blood vessels) Mucous (umbilical cord) Hematopoietic (bone marrow) Blood Cartilage Bone
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Connective Tissue-types mucous connective tissue -sparse cells -more ground substance than fibers -fibroblasts -collagen -ground substance -umbilical cord
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Connective Tissue-types Areolar (loose) connective tissue -More ground substance than fibers -Fibers easily visible (when stained) -Diverse abundant cell population -leukocytes -found at sites where infection may start
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Connective Tissue-types Areolar (loose) connective tissue
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