Organ Histo Lab Practical 2

Organ Histo Lab - which part of the esophagus – upper middle lower Specific slides portal triad central vein colon(organ tenia coli serosa(gall

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Organ Histology Lab Practical II 16 questions lots of “name the organ” Nasal – structure or epithelius Trachea – organ or muscles Lungs – cells Tongue – organ Tooth – layer tissue, cells Salivary Glands – organ Esophagus – organ Luminal Wall Layers – major layer or sublayer Stomach – cells Small intestine – organ (duodenum, jejunum, ileum) Liver – organ or structure Gall Bladder – organ Pancreas – organ X-tra credit question 
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Unformatted text preview: which part of the esophagus – upper, middle, lower Specific slides: portal triad central vein colon (organ) tenia coli serosa (gall bladder) pancreatic acini islet of Langerhans Small intestine – villus, crypt, paneth cells structure – lingual salivary glands (mucus secreting) tissue – intrinsic muscle of tongue taste buds, papillae bronchiole stomach – muscle layers – name the specific layer the pointer is in...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ORGAN HIST 201 taught by Professor K during the Spring '08 term at Palmer Chiropractic.

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