Alveolar lung air sac Capillary Duodenum Male sperm duct Mouth Skin Stomach

Alveolar lung air sac capillary duodenum male sperm

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Alveolar lung air sac Capillary Duodenum Male sperm duct Mouth Skin Stomach Sweat gland Thyroid Trachea Urethra Urinary bladder Epithelial Tissue Function Location Simple Squamous Diffusion Filtration Alveolar lung air sac Capillary Simple Cuboidal Absorption Secretion Sweat gland Thyroid Simple Columnar Absorption Secretion Duodenum Stomach Pseudostratified Columnar Propulsion Male sperm duct Trachea Stratified Squamous Protection Mouth Skin Transitional Stretching Urethra Urinary bladder
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14.The majority of dust is composed of human skin cells. What does this indicate about the rate of mitosis for epithelial tissue? 15. Epithelial cancers are the most common types of cancer. a.What makes skin so susceptible to uncontrolled cellular growth?
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8. Complete this question by yourself below. a. Indicate and label the apical surface on each epithelial tissue photomicrograph. b. Indicate and label the basal surface on each epithelial tissue photomicrograph. c. Draw a bracket to indicate the location of the epithelial tissue. d.Name the specific epithelial type. a. b. Tissue = ____________________________ Tissue = ____________________________ 11. Fill in for number 11, take with you to another group for number 12. a. Protection = b. Diffusion = c. Absorption = d. Secretion = e. Filtration = f. Stretching = g. Propulsion =
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