Biology Lab 4 Write up

Biology Lab 4 Write up - Drew Rasmussen T.A Penny Biology...

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T.A. : Penny Biology 191 Lab 20 September 2010 Lab 4: Plants and Vertebrate Tissue: Write Up 1. **See attached pages 2. adfadf 3. Strong Tissues - a. Striated Muscle Tissue – The groupings of fibers into parallel structures provides strength for this type of tissue, as does the attachment to the skeletal system. b. Smooth Muscle Tissue – Draws strength from the fact that it demonstrates greater flexibility and larger length tension than striated muscle tissue. 4. The main function of adipose tissue is: energy storage. a. This is accomplished by the adipose tissue storing lipid molecules in inclusion bodies, the presence of this fat inclusion pushes the nucleus of an adipose cell to the outside of the cell. 5. Differences between skeletal and smooth muscle include: a. Skeletal muscle is composed of long striated cells with multiple nuclei, and smooth muscle has a fusiform shape which is wide in the middle and narrower towards the end. b.
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course BIOL 191 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Boise State.

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Biology Lab 4 Write up - Drew Rasmussen T.A Penny Biology...

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