Midterm2 - Human Anatomy and Physiology 2A Professor Olin...

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Human Anatomy and Physiology 2A Professor Olin Study Guide For Lecture Exam Two This exam set will take place on Monday March 29 and consist of a lecture exam and a lab practical. The lecture content will cover the both the text readings in chapters 4 and 5 and lecture PowerPoints 7 through 10 and any hand-outs given during the weeks since the last exam. The following is a list of questions to facilitate your study and will serve as a guide for this exam. Please remember to work in your study groups. Chapter 4 : HISTOLOGY From which of the germ layers of the embryo do the 4 types of tissues develop? What are the characteristics of epithelial tissue? What is Polarity in Cells? What are GAP Junctions? How do , DESMOSOMES, HEMIDESMOSOMES work in epithelial tissue? What is a connexon? Classify epithelial tissue. HOW DO WE CLASSIFY EPITHELIAL TISSUE? ( 2 ways) An addition the classification ,be able to associate the type of epithelial tissue with a location in the body. i.e. stratified squamous lines the inside of oral cavity. What are the FUNCTIONS of epithelial tissue? What is glandular epithelium? How do exocrine glands differ from endocrine glands? Where do we find each of these glands? Give example of an endocrine gland. Why are we focusing on exocrine glands in this chapter? Compare and contrast a holocrine, apocrine and mericrine secretory gland. What is a goblet cell? Where can we find them?
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