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Histology - Epithelial


epithelial for histology practical
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A. Name B. Location (organ?) C. [[[Name cavities, in pic, lined by epithelium]]] D. general function E. two other locations A. simple squamous epithelium B. lung C. alveolus D. rapid diffusion of gases E. inner lining of heart and blood vessels, serous membranes of stomach
A. name B. location (organ?) C. ONE other location D. TWO FUNCTIONS E. [[[3 types of active transport in this epithelium's function]]] A. simple cuboidal epithelium B. kidney C. liver D. secretion, absorption E. uniport, antiport, symport
A. name B. 3 locations C. two functions D. what are the opaque, lighter appearing cells? E. [[[how is the apical surface modified? (name + function)]]] F. type of protein incorporated in above structure? (E) A. simple columnar epithelium, non-ciliated B. gallbladder, intestines (small/large), stomach C. absorb nutrients, secrete enzymes/mucus D. goblet cells E. microvilli (brush border) - helps increase surface area F. microfilaments (actin)
**** A. name B. TWO LOCATIONS C. structures @ apical surface D. protein component of above structure (C) E. TWO FUNCTIONS F. [[[how can this be distinguished from other simple epi.?]]] A. pseudostratified columnar epithelium B. male urethra, trachea C. cilia D. tubulin E. secrete mucus, propel mucus F. nuclei are not aligned (diff levels, diff rows)
**** A. name B. simple or stratified? C. TWO LOCATIONS D. function E. junction types between cells and function of these junctions F. [[[how can this be distinguished from other multilayered epithelia?]]] A. transitional epithelium B. stratified C. bladder, ureters D. permits distension (stretches to allow shape change as in filling of bladder) E. tight junction; to be waterproof F. can morphologically change shape and return back to original form
**** A. name B. two locations C. membrane type at base of all epithelium D. function E. [[[is this epi water tight? how do you know?]]] A. stratified squamous epithlium, non-keratinized B. anal cavity, vagina C. basement membrane D. resist abrasion and resist penetration from pathogenic organisms E. no, no layer of keratinized cells
**** A. name B. Bottom Layer C. [[[what cellular junction accounts for the spiny looking cells in the second layer?]]] D. protein that makes this epi water tight? E. clear area between living and dead cell layers A. stratified squamous epithelium, keratinized B. stratum basale C. stratum spinosum, desmosomes D. keratin E. stratum lucidum
**** A. name B. [[[top dead layer]]] C. last living layer D. pigment cells in bottom layer E. name of individual cells A. stratified squamous epithelium, keratinized B. stratum corneum C. stratum granulosum D. melanocytes E. keratinocytes
**** A. name B. location C. function D. [[[general term for a cavity or opening against the apical surface]]] A. simple columnar epithelium, ciliated B. fallopian tube C. help move egg (oocyte) down D. lumen
stratified squamous non-kera vs kera
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