Shape Squamous- thin and flat which allow for rapid passage of substances Cuboidal- they are the same with tall and width, shaped like cubes Columnar- are wide but taller, they look like columns and protect the underlying tissues Transitional- they change the shape of their cells between squamous and cuboidal, for organs like the bladder How did this knowledge help you to identify the epithelium?
SC121 Unit 4 Assignment Because when I looked at the diaphragm, it showed that they were the same size between the width and height, but they were shaped like cubes and had even layers. Question #3 Structure name: Neuron Identify each label: A – Dendrite B – Cell Body C – Axon Direction of the nerve impulse: It travels downward ACB Question #4 Name the tissue: Areolar connective tissue List of all fibers present and function of each fiber Collagen Fibers are long and straight fibers that are flexible but yet have a ton of strength. They do resist from stretching or pulling. Usually are found in ligaments and tendons. Elastic Fibers are smaller in diameter than collagen fibers. They are strong but are also able to stretch up to 150% of their relaxed length without breaking. Elastic fibers also have the ability to return to their original shape after being stretched out. They are found in the skin, blood vessel walls and lung tissue.
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