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simple squamous epithelum 10X frog skin
simple squamous epithelum 40X frog skin
simple squamous epithelum 10X human lung alveoli
simple squamous epithelum 40X human lung alveoli
stratified squamous epithelium, non-keratinized 10x esophagus, vagina, inner mouth
stratified squamous epithelium, non-keratinized 40x esophagus, vagina, inner mouth
stratified squamous epithelium, keratinized, 4x, skin
stratified squamous epithelium, keratinized, 10x, skin
simple cuboidal epithelium 10X kidney tubules
simple cuboidal epithelium 40X kidney tubules
simple columnar epithelium 10X gallbladder
simple columnar epithelium 40X gallbladder
simple columnar epithelium 10X small Intestine
simple columnar epithelium 40X small Intestine, goblet cell
Ciliated pseudostratified epithelium 10X trachea,upper respiratory, parts male repro.
Ciliated pseudostratified epithelium 40X trachea,upper respiratory, parts male repro
transitional epithelium 10X urinary bladder, inner layer,rounded surface cells
transitional epithelium 40X urinary bladder, inner layer,rounded surface cells
Classification of Tissues: Epithelial Tissue Tissue: a collection of similar cells working together Epithelial Tissue: cells that cover the surfaces of.
Lab Exercise Classification of Tissues: Epithelial Tissue Tissue: a collection of similar cells working together Epithelial Tissue: cells that line the.
Slot 1.1: Specific Stains. Slot 1.2 Slot 1.3 E and E 1 = Simple squamous epithelium.
Histology: Epithelial Tissues By Andrew W. Parsons Copyright 2000, All Rights Reserved. To advance to next slide: -click mouse or “page down” To return.
1 Bio 101 Microscope Epithelial Tissue/Integument Quiz.
Dr. ANAND SRINIVASAN. Consists of large number of cells Classified based on size, shape and functions Epithelial tissue Connective tissue Muscle.
Simple Squamous Found: Air Sacs, simple diffusion.
Tissues. What are the four main types or categories of tissues? 1) Epithelial Tissue 2) Connective Tissue 3) Muscular Tissue 4) Nervous Tissue.
Terms that help us understand what kinds of tissues we are identifying: Terms referring to the layers Simple = one layer Stratified = more than one layer.
Classifications of Epithelia Figure 4.2. Simple Epithelia Simple epithelia Simple squamous epithelium (kidney glomerulus and lungs) Simple cuboidal epithelium.
Classification of Epithelium Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Number of cell layers Simple – one layer Stratified.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Human Anatomy & Physiology SEVENTH EDITION Elaine N. Marieb Katja Hoehn PowerPoint.
Anatomy and Physiology Lab I Jenny Simmons
Tissues. Kinds of Tissues Epithelial Connective Muscle Nervous.
Histology Types of Epithelia A pictorial essay. Epithelial Terms Simple: one layer thick Stratified: more than one layer thick, obvious by linear.
BSC 2011L. Cells → Tissues → Organ → Organ systems → Individual.
Khaleel Alyahya Monday March 22, There are only 4 basic types of tissues 1. Epithelial tissue 2. Connective tissue 3. Muscular tissue 4. Nervous.
To explain What is epithelium. What are the types of epithelium and their functions. What are the locations of different epithelium in human body.
EPITHELIAL TISSUE. General Features of Epithelium Consists of packed cells with little extracellular material between them Consists of packed cells with.
September 5-8, What are these? Tissues! Epithelial Tissue – Epithelial Tissue – lining, covering, & glandular lining, covering, & glandular Connective.
Simple Squamous Epithelium Single layer of flat cells – lines blood vessels (endothelium), closed body cavities (mesothelium) – very thin --- controls.
Epithelial Tissues. First name indicates number of layers Simple = 1 layer of cells Stratified = > 1 layer Classifications & Naming of Epithelia.
Cell structure & epithelial cell Cell structure & epithelial cell Practical - 1.
SB:Epithelial Tissue. On left side at top of page (in the margin) (Common Features) 1.Free surface: cells that are NOT attached to membrane 2. Nucleus:
Tissue slide. Epithelial tissue Cell shape Arrangement of cell layers. Apical surface – epithelial surface to space / lumen Basal surface – epithelial.
Learning Target #3: Compare the function, location and distinguishing characteristics of the 4 main types of tissue.
Chapter 4 Body Tissues and Membranes. * tissue = specialized cells of one type that performs a common function performs a common function * study of tissues.
1 Dr. Susan Maskel Western Connecticut State University With permission granted for NVCC students.
Tissues Groups of cells performing specialized roles.
EPITHELIAL TISSUE (EPITHELIUM). Epithelial tissue (Epithelium) Lining, covering and glandular tissue of the body Protection Absorption Filtration.
Practice Histology Slides Click for the slide, click again for the answer…
Epithelial tissue Mrs. Dalia Kamal Eldien MSC in Microbiology Lecture NO 2.
Skin (Integument) Figure 5.3 Epidermis Layers of the Epidermis: STRATA = LAYERS Epidermis CGSBDCGSBD CGSBDCGSBD.
Types of Epithelium. © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc. Classification of Epithelia All epithelial tissues have two names – One indicates number of cell layers.
THE STUDY OF TISSUES. Epithelial Tissue Muscle Tissue.
Lab Exercise #7 Epithelial Tissues. Let’s review….
Name the tissue. Ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium.
Tissues: Epithelial Tissue Chapter 2 Body Tissues Slide 3.41 Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Cells are specialized.
The Tissue Level of Organization Group of similar cells –common embryonic origin –common function –bound together by intercellular substance Histology.
Epithelial Tissue Types: 1.Simple Squamous Epithelium: Location: Lines air sacs (alveoli) in lungs Forms walls of capillaries Lines inside of blood and.
1- Epithelial tissue covers surfaces with an uninterrupted layer of cells. 2- Epithelial cells are attached to one another. They are sheets of continuous.
HISTOLOGY EPITHELIUM CELLS. Stem Cells Early cells that are not programmed yet As development of the organism occurs, these stem cells become specialized.
HISTOLOGY REVIEW Epithelia Dr. Tim Ballard Department of Biology and Marine Biology.
Chapter 3 Cells and Tissues. Body Tissues Cells are specialized for particular functions Histology – the study of tissues Tissues Groups of cells.
Epithelial tissues. Epithelial functions 1) Protection: covers body and lines all body cavities; provides a protective shield for underlying tissues (e.g.
Epithelial Tissue Activity. Simple Squamous Description –Single layer of thin, flattened cells that fit tightly together. Function –Allows diffusion and.
Types of Body Tissues 1. Epithelial. 2. Connective. 3. Muscular. 4. Nervous.
EPITHELIAL TISSUE 2 Types: Membranous (covering or lining) Glandular Functions: Protection Sensory functions Secretion Absorption Excretion.
Lab 1 Histology
Tissue: The Living Fabric P A R T A. Tissues Groups of cells similar in structure and function The four types of tissues 1. Epithelial 2. Connective 3.
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