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ANATOMY 2A Practice QUIZ 2
What are the granules inside the cell at the pointer?Keratin granules Vacuoles rER Histamine and heparin Melanin
Where would you expect to find this tissue in the body?Epidermis Moist body openings Urinary bladder Heart wall Walls of large ducts
What type of tissue is at the arrow?Simple cuboidal ET Adipose CT Simple squamous ET Areolar CT Impossible to tell
Where would you find this tissue in the body?Upper respiratory system Digestive system Alveoli of lungs Kidneys Both b and d
Name the black structure at the arrow.Collagen fiber Basement membrane Reticular fiber Elastic fiber Cell membrane
Where specifically was this tissue taken from in the body?Kidney tubules Alveoli of lungs Epidermis Urinary bladder Thyroid gland
What type of tissue is this?Dense regular C.T. Elastic C.T. Stratified squamous E.T. Dense irregular C.T. Transitional E.T.
What produced the fiber at the arrow?Plasma cells Fibroblasts Chondroblasts Mast cells Fibrocytes
Name the tissue. Simple squamous E.T. Simple cuboidal E.T.Adipose C.T. Areolar C.T. Reticular C.T.
Specifically where was this tissue taken from in the body?Epidermis Urinary bladder Moist body openings Dermis Large ducts
What is the function of the structures at the arrow?Cell division Absorption To reduce abrasion To move substances To move the cell
What system is predominantly lined with the tissue in the bracket below?Reproductive Digestive Respiratory Circulatory Endocrine
What is the function of the pink structure at the arrow?Production of thyroid hormone Diffusion or filtration Absorption of nutrients Production of mucus Both a and b
Where would you expect to find this tissue in the body?Ligaments between vertebrae Tendons and ligaments Dermis a and b only a, b and c
The function of the tissue type at the arrow is:Absorption and secretion Diffusion and filtration Stretching Protection both A and B
Tissues Chapter 5. Tissues Four types of tissues – Epithelial – Connective – Muscle – Nervous.
Tissue Stuff With Labels Dr. B. Simple Squamous ET Alveoli of lungs.
Overview of Tissues Learning Objectives
Four types of tissue Epithelial Tissue covers surfaces lines vessels, organs, ducts forms glands Connective Tissue material between cells supports and.
Classifications of Epithelia Figure 4.2. Simple Epithelia Simple epithelia Simple squamous epithelium (kidney glomerulus and lungs) Simple cuboidal epithelium.
Tissues Not the ones you use to blow your nose!. Recap What is the study of tissues? What is a tissue?
Tissues A. Tissue – a grouping of cells that are similar in structure and perform a common or related function B. Histology – the study of tissues; requires.
Classification of Epithelial Tissue (a) Layer - Simple - One Layer Stratified - Many Layers Pseudostratified - One layer but it looks like more than one.
Chapter 5 Tissues Atoms Macromolecules Cells Tissues The study of tissues is called Histology.
Chapter 5 Tissues. Intercellular Connections Individual cells connect to form tissues 3 ways: –Tight junctions- –Desmosome- adhesion between cells in.
Histology. The study of tissues within body organs.
Chapter 5 Tissues. Intercellular Connections Individual cells connect to form tissues 3 ways: –Tight junctions- prevents permeability of ions through.
Tissues Of The Human Body. Epithelial Cells Simple squamous Simple squamous –1. single layer of flat cells –2. Has a centrally located nucleus –3. Lines.
Chapter 3 Body Tissues He he he he he….
Tissues -Whole body contains only 200 different cells types that are organized into tissues Four primary tissue classes –epithelial tissue –connective.
Cells and Tissues.
Tissues. A. Tissues 1. Def – a group of cells that are organized into groups and layers. 2. Types (Table 5.1) a. Epithelial b. Connective c. Muscular.
Tissues Tissue Histology Four Primary Types Epithelial Connective
Name This Tissue Found in the skinWhere is it found?
HISTOLOGY A&P 1.
A. Smooth Muscle Muscular Tissue Found in smooth, hollow organs: stomach, esophagus, kidneys, etc.
Lesson 2.3 Tissues Chapter 2: Cells and Tissues. Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only.© Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. Tissues are groups.
A Closer Look Tissues of the human body. Epithelial Tissues The lining, covering and glandular tissue of the body. Functions include: Protection. Absorption.
Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Epithelial and Connective Tissues Seventh.
Chapter 4 Body Tissues and Membranes.
ELAINE N. MARIEB EIGHTH EDITION 3 Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation by.
Tissues Groups of cells similar in structure and function
TISSUES. Tissues Cells are organized into sheets or groups called tissues. There are four major tissue types found in the body: – epithelial tissue (ET)
CHAPTER 5 Body Tissues and Membranes. What are tissues? Cells are organized into groups and layers called TISSUES Each tissue is composed of similar cells.
HISTOLOGY THE STUDY OF TISSUES.
Human Anatomy, Larry M. Frolich, Ph.D. Epithelial and Connective Tissues Classes of Tissues –Two classes—epithelial, connective –Muscle and Nervous Tissue.
“ TISSUES- BEYOND KLEENEX”. What is a tissue?? Groups of cells that are similar in structure and function 4 Types: epithelium, connective, nervous, muscle.
Tissues. Types of Tissues in the Body Tissues Histology is the study of tissues Histology is the study of tissues Tissues are groups of specialized cells.
Epithelial and Connective Tissues
Cells and Tissues Cells - building blocks of all life
Unit II: Organization Connective & Epithelial Chapter 4: Chapter 6: 210.
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Major Tissue Types Epithelial Tissue Connective Tissue Muscle Tissue Nervous Tissue Tissues are groups of cells with a common function.
Tissues Histology- the study of tissue Groups of cells that are similar in structure and perform a common or related function.
Lab # 6 TISSUESTISSUES Presented by Kami Dykes Melissa /lumen/MedEd/Histo/fram es/histo_frames.html ruction/medicine/anatom.
Classification of Tissues Martini Chapter 4
Epithelial and Connective Tissues Epithelial tissues –Classes –Junctions –Glands Connective Tissues –Matrix –Cells –Types.
Chap. 3 Tissue Vocabulary
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Tissues Groups of cells similar in structure and function Most organs contain.
The Organization of Life cells tissues organs organ system organism.
TISSUES. Tissues are a group of cells that have a specialized structure and function. They commonly combine to form organs.
Tissue Lab Practical Review For Mrs. Nemanic’s Stellar Students! For Mrs. Nemanic’s Stellar Students!
HISTOLOGY THE STUDY OF TISSUES. TISSUES Organization of similar cells embedded in a matrix (nonliving, intercellular material Matrix can be rigid, gel,
Tissues. Tissue – a group or mass of similar cells working together to perform certain common functions There are 4 major types of tissue Epithelial.
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