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Table of Contents Epithelium Tissue 1. Simple Squamous 2. Stratified Squamous 3. Pigmented 4. Transitional 5. Simple Cuboildal 6. Simple Columnar 7. Goblet Cell 8. Stratified Ciliated Columnar 9. Pseudostratified Columnar Connective Tissue 10. Mucous Umbilical Cord 11. Areolar Tissue 12. Adipose Tissue 13. Collagenous Tissue 14. White Fibrous Tissue 15. Elastic Tissue 16. Hyaline Cartilage 17. Bone Ground Human Muscle Tissue 18. Skeletal Muscle 19. Cardiac Muscle 20. Smooth Muscle Nervous Tissue 21. Spinal Cord 22. Mammal Neuron Motor Nerve Combination Slide 23. 24. 25.
Epithelial Tissue 1.Simple Squamous 2.Stratified Squamous 3.Pigmented 4.Transitional 5.Simple Cuboildal 6.Simple Columnar 7.Goblet Cell 8.Stratified Ciliated Columnar 9.Pseudostratified Columnar
Simple Squamous Epithelium Structures 1.Cytoplasm 2.Nucleus 3.Connective tissue 4.Basal Lamina Locations Functions Fun Facts
Stratified Squamous Epithelium Locations 1.Squamous superficial cells 2.Basal lamina 3.Connective tissue 4.Nucleus 5.Cytoplasm Functions Fun Fact Structures
Pigmented Epithelium Fun Facts Structures 1.Cytoplasm 2.Nucleus 3.Melanocytes Locations Functions
Transitional Epithelium Fun Facts Structures 1.Epithelium 2.Basal lamina 3.Connective tissue 4.Nucleus 5.Cytoplasm Locations Functions
Simple Cuboildal Epithelium Structures 1.Nucleus 2.Cytoplasm 3.Basal lamina 4.Connective tissue Locations Functions Fun Fact
Simple Columnar Epithelium Structures 1.Nucleus 2.Cytoplasm 3.Microvilli 4.Basal lamina 5.Loose connective tissue Locations Functions Fun Fact
Goblet Cell Functions Structures 1.Cytoplasm 2.Nucleus 3.Basal lamina 4.Loose connective tissue 5.Microvilli Locations Fun Fact
Stratified Ciliated Columnar Epithelium Fun Facts Structures 1.Nucleus 2.Cytoplasm 3.Basal lamina 4.Loose connective tissue LocationsFunctions
Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium Structures 1.Nucleus 2.Cytoplasm 3.Cilia 4.Basal lamina 5.Loose connective tissue Locations = Functions Fun Facts
Connective Tissue 1.Mucous Umbilical Cord 2.Areolar Tissue 3.Adipose Tissue 4.Collagenous Tissue 5.White Fibrous Tissue 6.Elastic Tissue 7.Hyaline Cartilage 8.Bone Ground Human
Mucous Umbilical Cord Structures 1.Squamous cells 2.Fibroblasts 3.Red blood cells Locations Functions Fun Fact
Areolar Tissue Structures 1.Collagen fibers 2.Fibroblast 3.Mast cell Locations Functions Fun Facts
Adipose Tissue Structures 1.Adipocytes 2.Nucleus Locations Functions Fun Facts
Collagenous Tissue Structures 1.Collagen fibers 2.Blood vessels 3.Nuclei Locations Functions Fun Facts
White Fibrous Tissue Structures 1.Fibrocytes 2.Collagen fibers Locations Functions Fun Fact
Elastic Tissue Structures 1.Elastic fibers 2.Fibroblast nuclei Locations Functions Fun Facts
Hyaline Cartilage Structures 1.Chondrocytes in lacunae 2.Matrix Locations Functions Fun Facts
Bone Ground Human Structures 1.Canaliculi 2.Osteocytes in lacunae 3.Blood vessels 4.Central canal 5.Osseous Matrix Locations Functions Fun Facts
Muscle Tissue 1.Skeletal Muscle Tissue 2.Cardiac Muscle Tissue 3.Smooth Muscle Tissue
Skeletal Muscle Tissue Structures 1.Nuclei 2.Muscle fiber 3.Striations Locations Functions Fun Facts
Cardiac Muscle Tissue Structures 1.Nucleus 2.Intercalated discs 3.Cardiac muscle cells 4.Striations Locations Functions Fun Facts
Smooth Muscle Tissue Structures 1.Smooth muscle cells 2.Nucleus Locations Functions Fun Facts
Nervous Tissue 1.Spinal Cord 2.Mammal Neuron Motor Nerve
Spinal Cord Locations Functions Fun Facts Structures 1.Meninges
Mammal Neuron Motor Nerve Structures 1.Neuron cell body 2.Dendrites 3.Nucleus 4.Glial Cells 5.Axon Locations Functions Fun Fact
Combination Slides 1. 2. 3.
TITLE OF SLIDE Structures Location Functions of Tissues Organ Function
TITLE OF SLIDE Types of Tissue Location Functions of Tissues Organ Function
TITLE OF SLIDE Structures Location Functions of Tissues Organ Function
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TISSUE SLIDES Lab Practical Review Human Biology.
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