BI 107Animal Tissues

BI 107Animal Tissues - Mostly extracellular matrix Matrix...

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Animal Tissues BI 107 Dr Potter
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4 types Epithelial – covers outside of body and internal spaces Connective – mostly extracellular substance (matrix) Muscle – for movement, contraction Nervous – rapid communication
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Epithelial Tissue Named for shape of cell (side view) squamous cuboidal columnar
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Epithelial Tissue
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Epithelial Tissue
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Epithelial Tissue Named for number of layers of cells Simple = one layer Stratified = 2 or more layers
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Stratified Squamous
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Stratified Squamous
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Stratified Squamous
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Stratified Squamous
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Simple Cuboidal Lumen
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Simple Cuboidal
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Simple Cuboidal
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Simple Columnar
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Simple Columnar
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Simple Columnar
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Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar Goblet cell
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Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar
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Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar
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Sperm
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Connective Tissue
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Unformatted text preview: Mostly extracellular matrix Matrix is often protein Cartilage, tendon, loose connective, bone Matrix can be water Blood Cartilage Lacuna Chondrocyte Loose (areolar) Tissue Bone Osteocyte Adipose Mammal Blood Neutrophil (leukocyte) Erythrocyte Mammal Blood Lymphocyte (leukocyte) Muscle Tissue Striated (skeletal) Smooth (not striated) Cardiac (not striated) Skeletal (striated) Muscle Striations Skeletal Muscle Smooth Muscle No striations Cardiac Muscle Nervous Tissue Very rapid communication throughout body Neuron has dendrites and axons to communicate with other neurons Glial cells support, nourish, protect neurons Neuron Neuron Neuron...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course BI 107 taught by Professor Fuller during the Spring '08 term at Montgomery College.

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