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tissues

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basic tissue types 1.epithelial 2.connective 3.muscle 4.nerve
some key characteristics of epithelia 1.polarized 2.avascular 3.rests on basal lamina
epithelial(endothelial) cells of blood vessels simple squamous(fenestrated)
simple sqamous found in (3) 1.alveola 2.endothelium 3.thin tube of loop of Henle
stratified squamous found in (4) 1.mouth 2.esophagus 3.vagina 4.urethra
simple cuboidal found in 1.proximal/distal convoluted tube 2.bronchiole
simple columnar found in 1.oviduct 2.uterus 3.stomach 4.intestine (large and small) 5.bronchi
stratified cuboidal found in large ducts
stratified columnar found in large ducts
pseudostrafied found in 1.nasopharynx, trachae, large airways 2.male reproductory tract
transitional epithelium found in 1.ureter 2.urinary bladder
three mechanisms of secretion 1.merocine 2.apocrine 3.holocrine
merocrine is normal exocytosis
apocrine apical surface pinched off
holocrine entire cell gets released
three types of connective tissues 1.connective tissue proper 2.fluid connective tissue 3.supporting connective tissue
connective tissue proper 1.loose connective tissue 2.dense connective tissue
fluid connective tissue 1.blood 2.lymph
supporting connective tissue 1.cartilage 2.bone
stem cells of connective tissues called mesenchyme
characteristics of loose connective tissue abundunt ground substance, few fibers
adipose connective tissue example of loose connective tissue
tissue covering major organs called areolar connective tissue
areolar connective tissue is loose connective tissue
characteristics of dense conenctive tissue abundance of fiber, few ground substance and cells
types of dense connective tissue dense irregular, dense regular
types of loose connective tissue areolar, adipose
dense irregular example dermis of skin, sheaths around bone
dense regular example tendons and ligaments
membranes connective tissue + epithelium
Created by: honghee