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STARKSTATE / Anatomy and Physiology / BIOL 121 / What does simple squamous epithelium look like?

What does simple squamous epithelium look like?

What does simple squamous epithelium look like?

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School: Stark State College
Department: Anatomy and Physiology
Course: Anatomy and Physiology 1
Professor: Ryan
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: anatomy and Physiology
Cost: 50
Name: First Lab Practical Study Guide
Description: This is just a list of what we will need to identify for our next practical. I wrote some key identifying features to look for to identify the type of cell it is.
Uploaded: 09/28/2016
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Study guide-Lab Practical


What does simple squamous epithelium look like?



You will need to identify:  

Epithelial Tissues:

-simple squamous epithelium (road-map like appearance)

-stratified squamous epithelium (stacked squamous)

-simple cuboidal epithelium (cube-like)

-nonciliated simple columnar epithelium (like columns, without hair) -ciliated simple columnar epithelium (with hairs)

-ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium (sorta- stacked columns with hairs) -nonciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium Don't forget about the age old question of What is the main predator of sea urchins and how does that species eat them?
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Connective Tissues:

-areolar/loose  connective tissue (look like human hair)

-adipose connective tissue (looks like marshmallows)

-Reticular connective tissue (fibers are twisted and spiraled together) -dense regular connective tissue (looks like faint lines of a wave) -Hyaline cartilage connective tissue (looks like some little bubbles) -bone connective tissue (looks like rings on a tree)


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-blood connective tissue (no fibers, just round cells and specks called platelets)

Muscle Tissue:

-Skeletal muscle tissue (Has lines, or striations)

-Cardiac muscle tissue (has lines, but is not as uniform in size/shape) -smooth muscle tissue (no lines, but has visible nuclei, which set it apart from the  dense regular connective tissue)

Nervous Tissue

-Nervous tissue (must identify this based on the neuron and neuroglia)

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