Anatomy lectures 3 and 4
Anatomy lectures 3 and 4 Biol 202
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Natasha on Sunday September 6, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Biol 202 at St. Cloud State University taught by Schoenfuss, Heiko in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 61 views. For similar materials see Human Anatomy and Physiology I in Biology at St. Cloud State University.
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Date Created: 09/06/15
Biol 202 Notes There was no class 912015 due to technological issues Make sure you take the syllabus quiz online The terms quiz will be activated next week online Look over the Lecture notes Biol 202 9315 The nuclear envelope surrounds the nucleus It works With the ER and the ribosomes The nucleolus is Where ribosomes are produced The cytoskeleton contains microtubules microfilaments and intermediate filaments The centrioles are close to the nucleus Responsible for extension like cilia and agellum Cilia move uid that sits on the top of the cells mucus Cilia have controlled movements TISSUES Dermskin Ectooutside Endoinner Mesoin between Ectoderm is outside your body Mesoderm is muscular tissue and most skeletal tissues Endoderm is the lining inside your mouth 3 germ layers and 4 adult tissue types Tissues have four primary types 0 Epithelium 0 Connective tissue 0 Nervous tissue 0 Muscle Tissues serve functions 0 Protection outerskin in your elbow and knee 0 Absorption allows oxygen into the bloodstream 0 Filtration filters kidneys 0 Secretion cells dump things into the environment Cells are close together in the epithelium It can regenerate quickly Naming epithelial tissues 0 Simple or stratified 0 Squamous cuboidal or columnar 0 Other special features ie goblet Be familiar With how the tissues look and be able to identify them Simple Epithelium 0 Simple squamous 0 Simple cuboidal 0 Simple columnar 0 Pseudostratified Stratified Epithelium 0 Stratified squamous 0 Stratified cuboidal 0 Stratified columnar 0 Transitional epithelium Make sure to always name the epithelium fully Four types of membranes 0 Mucous membranes 0 Serous membranes 0 Cutaneous membranes 0 Synovial membranes Two types of glands 0 Endocrine glands secrete hormones 0 Exocrine glands salivary glands in the mouth Excretion includes 0 Apocrine mammary gland 0 Merocrine fuses Within the cell 0 Holocrine Whole cell is secreted Serous cells produce a watery uid Mucous cells produce thick lipophilic mucus Connective tissue is found everywhere in the body Connective tissue fibers 0 Collagen most common 0 Reticular limited honeycomb structure 0 Elastic stretch and still retain shape If you find a tissue With lots of fibers the cells around it Will have lots of fibers as well
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