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67DCB184B4D94652AD40945F66353161 - Connective Tissues •...

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Chapter 4 Tissues
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Four Tissue Types Epithelia Connective Muscle Nervous
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Epithelia Cell Shapes 1. Squamous 2. Cuboidal 3. Collumnar Arrangement 1. Simple 2. Stratified 3. Pseudostratified
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Characteristics of Epithelia Apical surface Basal surface Basement membrane Avascular Highly mitotic Minimal neural connections
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Simple Squamous
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Simple Cuboidal
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Simple Columnar Epithelium
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Simple Columnar Epithelium with cilia
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Stratified Squamous Epithelium
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Stratified Cuboidal Epithelium
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Stratified Columnar Epithelium
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Transitional Epithelium
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Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium
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Endocrine Glands
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Exocrine Glands Merocrine – chemical release – salivary glands. Apocrine – Pinch off portions of cells – Mammary glands Holocrine – slough off the whole cell – sebaceous glands.
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Connective Tissues
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Unformatted text preview: Connective Tissues • Contain a matrix • Some contain fibers • Have a variety of functional cells • Most are vascular • Most have neural connections Areolar Connective Adipose Connective Dense Regular Connective Reticular Connective Dense Irregular Connective Elastic Connective Hyaline Cartilage Fibrocartilage Elastic Cartilage Bone Blood Erythrocytes, Leukocytes & Thrombocytes) Membranes • Mucous • Serous • Synovial Muscles Tissue Types • Skeletal (striated) • Cardiac • Smooth Striated Muscle Cardiac Muscle Nervous Tissue Smooth Muscle Terms to Know • Autoimmune disease • Lupus • Sjogren’s syndrome • Atrophy • Hypertrophy • Tissue rejection • Xenotransplantation • Adhesions...
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  • Winter '09
  • TOMCO
  • Epithelial cells, simple columnar epithelium, Stratified Cuboidal Epithelium, stratified columnar epithelium

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