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Name the parts:
- 1. oculars or eyepieces
- 2. Head
- 3. inclined viewing tube
- 4. arm
- 5. Parfocal objectives on ball bearring nosepiece
- 6. retractable oil-immersion 100x obj.
- 7. retractable 40x obj.
- 8. mechnical table
- 9. 4x obj.
- 10. 10x obj.
- 11. Iris diaphragm
- 12. condenser
- 13. lamp
- 14. variable intensity control
- 15. base
- 16. fine adjustment knob
- 17. coarse adjustment knob
ID Hairlike structures:
- Goblet Cell
- Pseudostratified ciliated columnar
ID Dermal layer:
- Stratified squamous keratinized (cornified)
- Stratified squamous keratinized
- Stratified squamous nonkeratinized
Where is this tissue found?
What is this mostly composed of?
- beneath skin, padding at various points in body, in breasts, on digestive organs
ID Connective Tissue:
What is this the inner framework of?
This is comprised of mostly what?
What role does it play in the body?
- spleen, lymph nodes, bone marrow
- reticular fibers & reticular cells
- plays role in immunity
What purpose does it serve?
- Support and protection and serves as calcium reservoir.
ID the objects in slide:
- Haversian Canal
- osteocyte within a lacunae
ID what's in brackets:
ID Black Arrow:
what are A and B?
- A: Chondrocytes
- B: Lacunae
This is the most ____ Cartilage in the body.
Name where it is found in the body?
- trachea, costal cartilage, articular surfaces of bone, larynx, and part of nasal septum & bronchi
ID cartilage and where it is found in the body?
ID slide as:
ID E and D:
- B: platelets
- E & D: leucocytes
Where is this muscle located?
- only in the heart
- intercalated disc
What is this attached to in the body?
ID B and what do they do?
- Nervous Tisse
- A: Neuron
- B: Neuroglia, they are small supporting cells associated with neurons.
- A: hepatocyte
- B: inclusion
- C: Kupffer Cell
What is any part of the body exercising a specific function, as of respiration, secretion or digestion or
Several different tisses grouped together into a structural and functional unit? Give an example.
Organ (eg heart)
This framework, usually connective tissue of an organ, gland or other structure, as distiguished from the parenchyma or specfic substance of the part?
This is the distinguishing or specific cells of a gland or organ, contained in and supported by the connective tisse framework or stroma?
What is the intercellular substance of a tissue?
What is an aggregation of fibroblastlike cells, primordial embryonic conntective tissue consisting of mesenchymal cells, usually in stwllate form, supported in interlaminar jelly?
The space in the intrior of a tublar structure, such as an artery or the intestine?
Elongated cells in the seminiferous tubules that insheathe spermatids, providing a microenvironment that supports spermiogenesis. They secrete androgen-binding protein and establish the blood-testis barrier by forming tighe junctions with the adjacent said cells?
- Exocrine cells (acinar cells)
- Endocrine cells (Islets of Langerhans)
- Granulosa Cells
- Graafian Follicle
- Interstitial cells of leydig
- seminiferous tubule
- spermatoza tails
- sertoli cells
- Simple squamous
- Alveolar Duct
- Simple Squamous
- Smooth Muscle
ID A as layer:
ID B as connective tissue:
- visceral peritoneum
- Lamina Propria
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