ZOO3731_chptr.4-5

ZOO3731_chptr.4-5 - Complements study of gross anatomy...

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Complements study of gross anatomy Tissues are groups of cells w/common and related functions. Primary tissue types: Epithelial(covering),Connective(support), Epithelial(covering),Connective(support), Muscle(movement), Neural(control). Muscle(movement), Neural(control).
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Occurs in the body as : : Covering, lining, glandular epithelium Covering, lining, glandular epithelium Functions include : : Protection, absorption, filtration,secretion. Protection, absorption, filtration,secretion.
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Composed of close packed cells; tiny amount of extra-cellular material in narrow spaces between them. Specialized contacts Specialized contacts-Form continuous sheets; junctions. Apical surface, lateral, base
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Number of layers : Simple(single cell) layer for absorption, filtration, & thin barrier. Stratified (two or more) layers common in high abrasion areas. Shape : Squamous, Cuboidal, Columnar (nuclear shape conforms to cell shape)
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Simple Squamous Simple Squamous - Cells laterally flattened; located in areas of filtration/rapid diffusion. Endothelial lining -provides frictionless lining; blood vessels/heart chambers. Mesothelial - epithelium found lining organs.
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absorption & secretion; kidney tubules and -Single layer of tall cells aligned in rows;some have cilia;absorption - Cells vary in height; absorption & secretion; trachea.
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Stratified Squamous Stratified Squamous - Most widespread (in areas of wear and tear);superficial cells less viable than deep cells>epidermis is keratinized, other areas non-keratinized.
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This note was uploaded on 12/31/2011 for the course ZOO 3731 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at FIU.

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ZOO3731_chptr.4-5 - Complements study of gross anatomy...

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