A & P Exam 2

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A & P Exam 2
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2012-09-27 20:37:12
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Epithelial glands
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Epitheliem Tissue dealing with glands
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  1. Glandular Epithelium
    single or multi cell structures that secrete a product. 
  2. Glandular Epithelium 

    Two different types of Glands
    • 1. Endocrine Glands
    • 2. Exocrine glands
  3. Glandular Epithelium

    Endocrine Glands
    • 1. Deal with HORMONES
    • 2. Ductless
    • 3. Empty directly into blood stream
  4. Glandular Epithelium


    Exocrine Glands
    • 1. Unicellular- Goblet cell, secrets mucus directly onto Cilia
    • 2. Multicellular
    •       a.Duct
    •       b.Secretory Unit
    •       c. Supportive connective tissue (often divides interior into lobes. 
  5. Endocrine Glandular Epithelium


    Classification by duct
    • 1. Simple
    • 2. Compound
  6. Endocrine Glandular Epithelium


    Glassifucaion by secretory unit
    • 1. Tubular
    • 2. Alveolar
    • 3. Tubuloalveolar
  7. Classification of Secretory Exocrine Epithlieum

    Tubular
    • 1.Tiny tubes
    • 2.Intestinal glands
    • 3. One unit like unside downfinger
  8. Classification of Secretory Exocrine Epithlieum


    Alveolar
    • 1 grape like clusters of secretory sacs
    • 2. Sebaceous gland (oil)
    • 3. Compound aveolar looks similar to Tubuloalveolar
  9. Classification of Method of Secretion in Exocrine Epithlieum Glands

    METHODS
    • 1. Merocrine
    • 2. Holocrine
  10. Classification of Method of Secretion in Exocrine Epithlieum Glands

    Merocrine
    • 1. exoytosis
    • 2. sweat glands
    • 3. surive
    • 4. cells surround sac
    • 5. squeezes pumps
  11. Classification of Method of Secretion in Exocrine Epithlieum Glands

    Holocrine
    • 1.ruptures cell
    • 2. oil glands
    • 3. dies affter rupture
    • 4. more likely to be clogged
    • 5. causer of pimples

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