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Week 2 Lab Notes

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Week 2 Lab Notes CBIO 2200 L

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Date Created: 08/18/16
Tissues Topics Covered Introduction to Tissues, Epithelial Tissues, Connective Tissues, Muscle Tissues, Nervous Tissues Introduction Definitions • Tissues - groups of cells that are similar in structure and perform a common function • Histology - the study of tissues and how they are arranged into organs 4 Primary Tissues 1. Connective Tissue 2. Epithelial Tissue 3. Muscle Tissue 4. Nervous Tissue Epithelial Tissue CLASSIFICATION: • Cell Shape -Squamous -Cuboidal -Columnar • Cell Organization -Squamous -Simple -Stratified - Pseudostratified - Transitional Epithelial Tissue Simple Squamous • Air sacs of lungs, lining blood vessels -Smooth lining, reduces friction, allows simple diffusion Simple Cuboidal • Form many major glands and glandular organs, major cell type of kidney and pancreas -Secretion of fluids or hormones (sweat, oil), re -absorption (kidneys) Simple Columnar • Inner portion of digestive tract, uterine tubes, often associate with Goblet cells -Provides absorptive areas on inner portions of the digestive tract -Goblet cells secrete mucin Stratified Squamous • Surface of skin, lining mouth, throat, esophagus, rectum, anus, and vagina. • Provides physical protection against abrasions, pathogens and chemical attack. Transitional • Urinary bladder, renal pelvis, and ureters. • Permits expansion and recoil after stretching. Pseudostratified Columnar • Lining of the respiratory tract and portions of the male reproductive tract • Protection and secretion • Have cilia Connective Tissue CLASSIFICATION: 1) Fibrous connective tissue (CT Proper) • Loose CT (rectangular, areolar, adipose) • Dense CT (dense regular, dense irregular, elastic) 2) Cartilage (supportive CT) • Hyaline cartilage • Fibrocartilage • Elastic cartilage 3) Bone (supportive CT) 4) Blood (fluid CT) Connective Tissue Adipose • Deep in skin, padding around eyes and kidneys. • Provides padding and cushions shock; insulates. Blood • Found throughout body in blood vessels. • Transport; immune function. Hyaline Cartilage • Between tips of ribs and bones and trachea. • Reduces friction between bony surfaces. • Cells known as chondrocytes. Bone • Throughout body. • Support; regulates calcium levels; immune function. • Cells known as osteocytes. Muscle Tissue • Skeletal Muscle Cells referred to as muscle fibers Striated, multinucleated, voluntary • Cardiac Muscle Cells referred to as myocytes Striated, branched, multinucleated, involuntary Intercalated disc • Smooth Muscle Intestines (peristalsis), blood vessels, uterus, urinary tract, most organs. Nonstriated, involuntary Nervous Tissue Two cell types are found in nervous tissue: • Neuron -Specialized cell that conducts electrochemical impulses -3 main regions- dendrites, cell body (soma), and the axon • Glial cells or neuroglia -Play supportive roles for neurons


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