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A&P tissues lab

tisses

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stratified squamous epithelium protection located on epidermis and lining of esophagus
jejunum simple columnar epithelium absorption and secretion lines the small intestine
simple squamous epithelium diffusion and forms walls of capillaries and lines serous membranes
pseudostratified columnar epithelium traps and moves foreign particles and lines the trachea
areolar attaches skin to underlying tissue located on subcutaneous tissue
adipose energy storage and located in subcutaneous area
dense fibrous withstanding strong pulling forces located in tendons and ligaments
hyaline cartilage forms rugged smooth yet flexible articulating surfaces located on costal cartilage of ribs and growing of long bones
compact bone support, shaft of human skeleton
spongy bone support, end of long bones
skeletal muscle voluntary movement and muscles that move the skeleton
cell body of neuron ox spinal cord nerve transmission, forms part of nerves
connective tissue of superficial fascia cotton like material inside rat
elastic cartilage of pinna external ear
fibrocartilage located in vertebrae
smooth muscle of small intestine rat intestine
smooth muscle layer of an artery contraction of muscle causes vasoconstriction relaxation of muscle causes vasodilation
mucous membrane sleep pluck composed of epithelial layer and connective tissue - lines trachea
serous membrane parietal peritoneum of rat composed of simple squamous epithelial layer and connective tissue layer
crenated cells hypertonic
normal cells isotonic
hemolysis hypotonic
epidermis outer layer of skin
dermis middle layer of skin
subcutaneous tissue below skin
stratum basale bottom growth and orgin of new cell
stratum corneum top layer composed of dead cells
hair follicle tube like
hair bulb bottom
hair shaft above
sebaceous gland oil gland
eccrine(sudoriferous)gland not close to hair
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