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BY-115 Anatomy Histology review guide

by: Hannah Haley

BY-115 Anatomy Histology review guide BY 115

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This is a study guide for histology for lecture exam #1 and the histology portion of the final exam. Use to help you study - just fill out the answers from lecture and lab materials.
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This 6 page Study Guide was uploaded by Hannah Haley on Tuesday February 2, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BY 115 at University of Alabama at Birmingham taught by Winston C. Lancaster in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 48 views. For similar materials see Human Anatomy in Biology at University of Alabama at Birmingham.


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Date Created: 02/02/16
1). Simple Cuboidal Epithelial Tissue  Location:  Function:  2). Simple Squamous Epithelial Tissue  Location:  Function:  3). Simple Columnar Epithelial Tissue  Location:  Function:  4). Glandular Epithelial Tissue  give specific ex.: Pancreatic Tissue – 2 functions w/ 2 cell types  Location:  Function:  5). Stratified Squamous Epithelial Tissue  2 types:  A). Keratinzed  Function:  Location:  B). Non­keratinized  Function:  Location:  6). Pseudo Stratified Ciliated Columnar Epithelial Tissue  Location:  Function:  7). Transitional Epithelial Tissue  Location:  Function:  8). Stratified Cuboidal Epithelial Tissue  Location:  Function:  9). Stratified Columnar Epithelial Tissue  Location:  Function:  10). Areolar Connective Tissue  ­Label parts and give function:  ­Elastic fibers:  ­Collagen fibers:  ­Fibroblast nucleus:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  11). Adipose CT:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  12). Dense Irregular CT:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  13). Dense Regular CT:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  14). Elastic CT:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  15). Bone CT:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  ~Parts of Bone CT:  Functions and locations:  ­Haversian/Central Canal:  ­Lamellae:  ­Concentric Lamellae:  ­Circumferential Lamellae:  ­Lacunae:  ­Canaliculi:  16). Hyaline Cartilage CT:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  17). Blood CT:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  ~Components of Blood CT ­platelets:  ­erythrocytes:  ­wbc (monocytes, neutrophils, and lymphocytes):  18). Skeletal Muscle Tissue:  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  Other name:  Single or multinucleate:  19). Cardiac Muscle Tissue  Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  Single or multinucleate:  Other name:  20). Smooth Muscle Tissue//// Location:  Function:  Type of CT:  Single or multinucleate:  21). Sweat glands  Other name:  Location:  Function: ­How are Epithelial Tissues characterized?  ­What combines to form the CT matrix?  ­What is the most abundant tissue type in the body?  ­Which cartilage has double­celled lacuna?  ­What are the three types of muscle tissue?  ­What is one special function of muscle tissue?  ­What are the functions of Connective Tissue? ­What are the 3 types of CT?  ­What composes CT Proper?  ­What are the 3 basic components of CT?  ­What tissue is found primarily in the brain and spinal cord?  ­What type of tissue exhibits sensitivity to stimulation?  ­What are the 2 types of nervous tissue?  ­What are highly coiled glands that secrete sweat through ducts?  ­What accessory structure is for light touch?  ­What accessory structure is for pressure?  ­Label the Cross­Section of the Spinal Cord!  ­Which skin (thick or thin) has hair follicles?  ­Meissner Corpuscles: look like a bean  ­Pacinian Corpuscles: look like a thumb print  ­What are groups of tissues that work in close relationship to perform a specialized function?  ­What is found between the epithelium and the underlying CT? 


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