Chapter 6 - Chapter6 ClassificationofTissues 1 Tissues and...

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Chapter 6 Classification of Tissues 1
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l Tissues are: ¡ Group of cells similar in structure an function ¡ Tissues are organized into organs ¡ Histology = study of tissues l The four tissue types are: ¡ Epithelial ¡ Connective ¡ Muscular ¡ Nervous Tissues and tissue types 2
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l Physical protection l Secretion l Sensory perception l Absorption l Filtration l Excretion Functions of epithelium 3
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l Includes glands and epithelium ¡ Glands are secretory l Avascular l Polarity l Regeneration l Cellularity l Supported by connective tissue ¡ Attached to a basement membrane Epithelial tissue 4
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l Amorphous substance. l Divided in 2 layers: ¡ Basal Lamina ü Secreted by the epithelium ¡ Reticular Lamina ü Secreted by the connective tissue Basement Membrane 5
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¡ Ciliated ¡ Microvilli ¡ Stereocilia ¡ Flagella Specializations of epithelium 7
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l Number of cell layers ¡ Simple ¡ Stratified l Shape of apical surface cells ¡ Squamous ¡ Cuboidal ¡ Columnar Classification of epithelia 8
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Cuboidal Epithelia 12
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Cuboidal Epithelia Figure 4.4b 14
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Transitional Epithelium Figure 4.4c 15
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Columnar Epithelia Figure 4.5a 17
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Columnar Epithelia Figure 4.5b 19
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Columnar Epithelia Figure 4.5c 21
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course BIOL 2401 taught by Professor Elainefanin during the Fall '11 term at Collins.

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