Lecture 4 - a. connective tissue proper * loose (areolar,...

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Lecture 4 - Overview of Histology: Tissue Organization I. Overview of Histology (Study of Tissues) A. Epithilial Tissue 1. Simple Epithilium a. squamous (endothelium, mesothelium) b. columnar (ciliated, nonciliated) c. cuboidal 2. Stratified Epithilium a. squamous (keratinized, nonkeratinized) b. columnar c. cuboidal
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3. Pseudostratified Columnar Epithilium 4. Transitional Epithelium 5. Glandular Epithilium a. exocrine glands b. endocrine glands 6. Cell Junctions in Epithilial Tissue a. desmosome b. tight junction c. gap junction
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B. Connective Tissue 1. Embryonic Connective Tissue a. mesenchyme b. mucous 2. Adult Connective Tissue
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Unformatted text preview: a. connective tissue proper * loose (areolar, ordinary) * adipose (fat) * dense (collagenous) * elastic * reticular b. cartilage tissue * hyaline cartilage * fibrocartilage * elastic cartilage c. osseous tissue (bone) d. vascular tissue (blood) C. Muscle Tissue 1. Skeletal Muscle (voluntary) 2. Smooth Muscle (involuntary, visceral) 3. Cardiac Muscle (heart) D. Nervous Tissue 1. Neurons (nerve cells) 2. Neuroglia (supporting cells) E. Organismal Membranes 1. Mucous Membranes (mucosa) 2. Serous Membranes (serosa) 3. Cutaneous Membranes (skin) 4. Synovial Membranes...
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Lecture 4 - a. connective tissue proper * loose (areolar,...

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