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Histology Final Lab Exam Study Guide

by: Kiara Lynch

Histology Final Lab Exam Study Guide Bio 405

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These notes provide pictures and descriptions of structures to help with identification of these structures on the final lab exam. The topics are the respiratory system, urinary system, endocrine ...
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Date Created: 02/02/16
FINAL LAB EXAM Respiratory Slide 69- Soft Palate Slide 16- Esophagus and trachea Area for expansion (esophagus) In between esophagus and trachea- CT (loose or dense) Folds in cartilage Muscle in between ends of cartilage ring CT- perichondrium Luminal surface of trachea- pseudostratified columnar with cilia Slide 29- Trachea Slide 15- Primary Bronchi Discontinuous cartilage plates Pseudostratified columnar  columnar Cartilage plate Slide 18- lung Alveoli Blood vessels Bronchioles; columnar  cuboidal  flat Cartilage  smooth muscle Pneumocytes, septal cells and macrophage Urinary System Slide 19- Kidney Cortex- Bowman’s capsule, glomerulus simple squamous Proximal convoluted tubule- simple cuboidal, brush border (microvilli) Juxtaglomerular complex Medulla- open, no glomeruli, channels running in same direction Loops of Henle Peritubular capillaries- simple squamous Cuboidal cells  collecting ducts Slide 20- Ureter – upper & lower Lumen folds Transitional epithelium on lumen CT Smooth muscle Slide 21- Urinary Bladder Endocrine System Slide 57- Adrenal Gland Zona glomerulosa Zona fasciculata Sinusoids- pick up material so hormones can get into bloodstream quickly Slide 39- Adrenal Gland CT capsule Spongeocytes in zones fasciculate Cortisone Produces neurohormones- ganglion of ANS Apud cells- norepinephrine and epinephrine Slide 58- Thyroid Gland Follicles Produce thyroxin- regulates metabolism; embryological Tall cuboidal cells Interfollicular cells- produce calcitonin- regulates blood calcium levels In between follicles Parathyroid hormone Slide 111- Parathyroid Glands interspersed with adipose Signals osteoclasts to be produced which release calcium to form bone Slide 45- Pituitary gland Pars intermedia Residual lumens- posterior and anterior grow together and leave spaces that don’t seal Pars distalis- chromopobes, chromophils (acidophilic, basophilic) Pars nervosa- vasopressin, oxytocin Slide 96- Pineal gland Nondescript tissue Brain sand- takes dark stain/ shrivels during fixation Slide 52- Pancreas Nervous System Slide 99- Neuron smear for Nissl Slide 119- Teased Nerve Fibers- Osium Slide 104- Peripheral Nerve Cross Section Bundles of axons Myelinated fibers CT encloses axons, fascicles, and nerves Slide 14- CNS Slide 43- Spinal cord and ganglion White matter Axons in cross section with myelin washed out; H&E Neurons and supportive cells Ependymal cells- produce spinal fluid Anterior horn cells Slide 81- Neuroglia Molecular layer Layers of triangular glandular cells White matter Slide 98- Spinal ganglion Supporting cells Axons running through ganglion Satellite cells Lipochrome pigment Slide 97- Sympathetic ganglion Slide 41- Cerebrum Slide 42- Cerebellum Slide 95- Cerebellum (silver stain) Reproductive Systems Male Slide 27- Testes, Mature Slide 88- Testes, epididymis Slide 107- Testes, Rete Testes, Efferent Tubules Slide 77- Epididymis Slide 28- Spermatic cord Slide 30&36 - Seminal Vesicle Slide 66- Prostate and Seminal Vesicle Slide 67- Cowper’s gland Slide 22 & 85- Urethra (prostatic) Slide 23- Urethra (membranous Slide 24- Urethra (cavernous) Slide 25- Penis Female Slide 31- Ovaries Slide 79- Ovary, senile Slide 87- Ovary, corpus luteum Slide 32, 33, 110, 118- Oviduct Slide 34- Uterus, body Slide 35- Uterus, cervix, & vagina Slide 37- Cervix Slide 78- Vagina Slide 38- Mammary gland, inactive Slide 90- Mammary gland, active


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