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Lab #3 Study Guide for Midterm

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Lab #3 Study Guide for Midterm Bio 203

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A full detailed study guide on lab #3 for the upcoming BIO 203 midterm
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by valerie zaid on Monday October 10, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Bio 203 at Purdue University taught by Bridges in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views.


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Date Created: 10/10/16
BIO 2O3-Midterm Study Guide LAB #3- Tissues 1: epithelial tissue • Epithelial tissue: covers all surfaces in the human body (outer surface of body, linings of the body’s cavities, linings of hollow organs). Endocrine and exocrine glands develop from epithelial tissue. • basement membrane: collagen IV, laminin, and proteoglycans • Arrangement: simple: single layer • • stratified: two or more layers • pseudostratified: appears as more than one layer, but really only a single layer of cells Cell Shapes: • squamous: thin, flat • cuboidal: like dice • columnar: width of cell shorter than height TISSUE COMPOSED OF… FUNCTION LOCATION Simple flattened, Diffussion alveoli of lung, part of kidney squamous irregularly shaped responsible for filtration of blood, lining blood vessels (vascular cells arranged in a endothelium(, lining body single layer cavities and covering visceral organs (mesothelium) Simple cuboidal single layer of absorption, secretion, covering surface of the female cube-shaped cells and excretion ovaries, lens of eye, tubule system in kidneys, lining small ducts and glans where secretion is involved Simple cells that appear microvilli: increase surface stomach, nasal sinuses, central columnar elongated or area canal of the spinal cord rectangular goblet cells: secretes mucus to protect and lubricate the intestinal epithelium cilia: sway back and forth Pseudostratified columnar cells that cilia and goblet cells upper respiratory tract, male columnar appear stratified present. Trap formed reproductive system particles. Stratified many layers of cells forms outer layer of skin skin; lines the mouth, throat, squamous esophagus, vagina, and anal canal Transitional several layers of increase tension, stretch urinary bladder and other parts epithelium cuboidal-shaped of urinary tract (ureters) cells; multilayer Glandular exocrine glands form glands: a cell/cells exocrine glands: salivary and epithelium (secrete cellular that secrete substances sweat glands products into ducts produced within the cell/ endocrine glands: hormones that lead to a free cells into ducts, surfaces, (chemical messengers that surface) and tissues or blood regulate physiological processes endocrine glands of body) (secretions dumped directly into the bloodstream)


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