Lecture 5 - Tissues Epithelium Bio416K Spring 2010

Identify classify this epithelium based on its

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1. Identify (classify) this epithelium based on its structure. a. simple columnar b. simple cuboidal c. simple squamous d. stratified columnar e. pseudostratified columnar f. stratified squamous
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2. Identify (classify) this epithelium based on its structure. a. simple columnar b. simple cuboidal c. simple squamous d. stratified columnar e. pseudostratified columnar f. stratified squamous
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3. Identify (classify) this epithelium based on its structure. a. simple columnar b. simple cuboidal c. simple squamous d. stratified columnar e. pseudostratified columnar f. stratified squamous
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4. Identify (classify) this epithelium based on its structure. a. simple columnar b. simple cuboidal c. simple squamous d. stratified columnar e. pseudostratified columnar f. stratified squamous
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5. Identify (classify) this epithelium based on its structure. a. simple columnar b. simple cuboidal c. simple squamous d. stratified columnar e. pseudostratified columnar f. stratified squamous
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Types of epithelia (functional classification) 1. Exchange 2. Transporting 3. Protective 4. Ciliated 5. Secretory Fig. 3-24, p. 73 of textbook
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Unicellular Glands
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Multicellular Glands
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Types of Epithelia - Functional classification: Arrangement Cell shape Special features Location Exchange Simple Squamous Gaps/openings Lungs, lining of between cells blood vessels Transporting Simple Cuboidal or Tight junctions, Intestines, kidney, columnar microvilli exocrine glands Protective Stratified Squamous or Desmosomes Skin, lining cavities cuboidal open to external environment Ciliated Simple or Cuboidal to Ciliated apical Upper respiratory psuedostratified columnar surface passages, uterine tube Secretory Simple to Cuboidal to Extensive RER or Exocrine and stratified columnar SER endocrine glands
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  • Spring '10
  • Findell
  • Epithelial cells, Stratified Cuboidal Epithelium, columnar epithelium, stratified columnar epithelium, squamous stratified columnar

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