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Monahan

Stratified Epithelium

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where is keratinized stratified squamous found in the human body? epidermis of the skin
where is non-keratinized stratified squamous found in the human body? mouth, esophagus, anus
what is the function of both keratinized and non-keratinized stratified squamous? protection
do mitosis take place near the basal or apical surface of a stratified tissue? basal
why does mitosis occur near the basal surface of a stratified tissue? closest to the food supply
where is transitional epithelium found in the human body? ureters and urinary bladder
what is the function of transitional tissue? withstand stretching
what shape are the cells in transitional epithelium? cuboidal
how many layers of transitional tissue can be seen in a bladder that is empty? 8-10 layers
how many layers of transitional tissue can be seen in a bladder that is full? 2-3 layers
are younger cells near the apical or basal surface of a stratified tissue? basal
are older cells near the apical or basal surface of a stratified tissue? apical
Created by: smonahan