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  1. covers surfaces....covers the ezxternal body surface, lines the cavities and tubules.
    epithelial tissue
  2. marks are insides off from our outsides
    epithelial tissue
  3. glands such as endocrine and exocrine glands are made from
    epithelium
  4. this tissue functions as protection, absorption, filtration, ecretion, secretion and sensory reception
    epithelial tissue
  5. the membranes always have one free surface called apical surface and typically that surface is significantly different from the basal surface
    epithelial tissue
  6. the outside surface of epithelial tissue
    apical suface
  7. the inside surface of epithelium tissue
    basal surface
  8. the cells in this tissue fit closely together to form a membrane
    epithelial tissue
  9. sheets of cells  and are bound together by specialized junctions
    epithelial tissue
  10. supported by connective tissue. the cells are attached by an adhesive basement membrane
    epithelial tissue
  11. is an amorphous material secreted partly by the epithelial cells (basal lamina) and connective tissue cells (reticular lamina) that  lie adjacent to each other
    basement membrane
  12. this tissue has no blood supply of their own (are avascular) but insteaddepend on diffusion of nutrients from the underlying connective tissue.
    epithelial tissue
  13. T or F Glandular epithelia is vary vassular
    T
  14. The lining epithelial are classified  according to what two criteria
    simple and stratified
  15. consisiting of one layer of cells attached to the basement membrane
    simple epithelia
  16. consisting of tow or more layers of cells
    stratified epithelia
  17. The general types of epithelia based on shapes
    squamous, cuboidal, and columnar
  18. scalelike shape
    squamous
  19. column shaped
    columnar
  20. cube like
    cuboidal
  21. simple columnar epithelium (one layer of cells), but because its cells vary in height and the nuclei lie at differnet levels above the basement membranem it gives you a false apperence of being stratified. This is often ciliated.
    pseudostratified epihelium
  22. is a rather peculiar stratified squamous epithelium formed of rounded or plump cells with the ability to slide over one another to allow the organ to be stretched
    transitional epithelium
  23. found only in the urinary system organs subjected to periodic distension such as the bladder. flatter like squamous when stretched but when tension is released they are roung and plump
    transitional epithelium
  24. ductless glands
    Endocrine glands
  25. hormones are released into extracellular fluid, from which they enter the blood or the lymphatic vessels that weave through the glands
    endocrine glands
  26. glands that retain their ducts
    exocrine glands
  27. secretions empty through their ducts
    exocrine glands
  28. sweat and oil glands
    exocrine glands
  29. liver and pancreas secrete through
    exocrine glands
  30. flattened, single layer cells. central nuclei and sparse cytoplasm, the simplest of epithelium
    simple squamous epithelium
  31. allows passage of materials by diffusion and filtration in sites where protection is not important, secretes lubricating substances in serousae
    simpl squamous epithelium
  32. this tissue is located in kidney glomeruli, air sacs of lungs, lining of heart and blood vessels, serosae membrane of ventral portion
    simple squamous epithelium
  33. single large cubelike cells, with large sperical nuclei
    simple cuboidal epithelium
  34. found in kidney ducts, secretory portions of small glands and ovary surface
    simple cuboidal
  35. single layer of tall cells with round to oval nuclei, some cells bear cilia, layer amay contain mucus secreting unicellular glands ( globlet cells)
    simple columnar
  36. absorption, secrtion of mucus enzymes and other substances, ciliated type propaels mucus or reproductive cells by cillary action.
    simple columnar
  37. located in stomach to anal canal, gallblader and excretory ducts of some glands, ciilated variey lines small bronchi, uterine tubes and some regions of the unterous
    simple columar
  38. single layer of cells of differing heights, some not reaching the free surface, suclei seen at difernet levels, may contain mucus secreting cells and bear cilia
    pseudostratified columnar
  39. secretion particularly of mucus, propulsion of mucus by ciliary action
    pseudostratified columnar
  40. ciliated type lines upper respitory area
    pseudostratified columnar
  41. non ciliated types, lines males sperm carrying ducts and ducts of large glands
    pseudostratified columnar
  42. thick membrane composed of several cell layers, basal cells are cuboidal or columnar and metabolically active, surfacecells are flattened(squamous) in the keratinized type the surface cells are full of keratin and dead, basal cell are activein superficial layers
    stratified squamous
  43. form the skin
    stratified squamous
  44. lines mouth and uterus
    stratified squamous
  45. two layers of cubiodal cells
    stratified cuboidal
  46. function - protection
    stratified cuboidal
  47. found in largest ducts of sweat glands, mammary glands and salivary glands
    stratified cuboidal
  48. several layers of basal cells usually cuboidal, superficial cells elongated and columnar
    stratified columnar
  49. functions - protection and secretion
    stratified columnar
  50. found in small amounts of male urethra and in large ducts of some glands
    stratified columnar
  51. resembles both stratified squamous and stratified cuboidal, basal cells cuboidal or columnar, surface cells some degree of organ stretch
    transitional
  52. a tissue found in all parts of the body as discrete structures of as part of various body organs. Its the most abundant and widely distributed of the tissue types
    connective
  53. primary function of this tissue is to protect, support, and bind together other tissues of the body
    connective tissue
  54. bones, ligaments, and tendons are examples of what type of tissue
    connective
  55. tendons and ligamenst are what type of connective tissue
    dense connective tissue
  56. also known as osseous tissue
    bone
  57. is soft  packaging material that cushions and protects body organs
    areolar connective tissue
  58. adipose
    fat
  59. looks like bubbles with few nuclei
    adipose
  60. looks like thick yarn, dark strings and scatured spotes
    areolar conective tissue
  61. looks like cells jumbled together, with thick looking vain branches
    loose connective tissue
  62. looks like waves with long skinny nucleis that goes with wave
    dfense connective tissue, dense regular
  63. looks like a bunch of curely strings
    elastic connective tissue

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