BIO100 CH4

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BIO100 CH4
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HOW DO TYPES EPITHELIAL TISSUES DIFFER STRUCTURE LOCATION FUNCTION
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HOW DO THE TYPES OF EPITHELIAL TISSUES DIFFER AS TO STRUCTURE, LOCATION, AND FUNCTION?
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  1. HOW DO THE TYPES OF EPITHELIAL TISSUES DIFFER AS TO STRUCTURE, LOCATION, AND FUNCTION?
    • SIMPLE EPITHELIAL:
    • S "SQUAMOS" E: SINGLE LAYER OF FLAT CELLS, WALLS OF CAPILLARIES, AIR SACS AND LUNGS; DIFFUSION, OSMOSIS, FILTRATION

    S "CUBOIDAL"E: SINGLE LAYER OF CUBELIKE CELLS, GLANDS, SURFACE OF OVARIES, KIDNEY TUBULES; SECRETION, ABSORBTION

    S "COLUMNAR" E: SINGLE LAYER OF COLUMN LIKE CELLS, LINING OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT; SECRETION, ABSORBTION, PROTECTION

    • S "PSEUDOSTRATIFIED CILIATED COLUMNAR" E: SINGLE LAYER OF CILIATED COLUMNLIKE CELLS THAT APPEAR AS MULTIPLE LAYERS, LINING OF UPPER AIR PASSAGES; SWEEPS AWAY MUCOUS AND FOREIGN PARTICLES, SECRETION, PROTECTION
    • STRATIFIED EPITHELIA:
    • SQUAMOS: MULTIPLE LAYERS OF FLAT CELLS, OUTER PORTION OF SKIN; PROTECTION
  2. TRANSITIONAL: MULTIPLE LAYERS OF OVAL CELLS THAT FLATTEN WHEN THE TISSUE IS STRETCHED, LINING THE URINARY BLADDER; PROTECTION

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