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Physiology Ch.4

Skin and Body Membranes

The two major categories of body MEMBRANES. 1. epithelial membranes 2. connective tissue membranes
The three types of epithelial MEMBRANES. 1. cutaneous membranes 2. mucous membranes (mucosa, n.) 3. serous membranes (serosa, n.)
The three types of SEROUS membranes are named depending on their location. What and where are they? 1. peritoneum (covers the abdominal organs) 2. pericardium (covers the heart) 3. pleura (covers the lungs)
SEROUS membranes occur in pairs; one layer lies against the organ and one layer lies against the ventral cavity wall. Which is which? 1. visceral - lies against the organ 2. parietal - lies against the cavity wall
Created by: Mrs.Porter