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Mucus with cilia trachea stratified squamous physical

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MODEL #1: Structure of Epithelial Tissues  QUESTIONS: 1.Describes the morphology (shape) of the following epithelial tissue cells:a.Cuboidal: box shaped with nuclei at center 2.Explain the difference between simple and stratified epithelial tissue. 3.Examine your answers to questions #1 and #2; what two characteristics are used to classify epithelial tissue? 4.Looking at the model 1, which two epithelial tissues do not conform to the naming classification rules determined in question #3? Also describe the structure of each listed epithelial tissue.
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  • Spring '14
  • BagieM.George
  • Physiology, Human Anatomy, Epithelial tissue, duodenum, stratified epithelial tissue, epithelial tissue function

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