Bio102 Lab 1st Depex

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Bio102 Lab 1st Depex
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  1. stratified squamous epithelium composed several layers of cells produced by proliferation from the original single layer.
    Epidermis
  2. consists of white, fibrous connective tissue either loose irregular or dense parallel
    Dermis
  3. 5 layers of Human Skin
    • Stratum Corneum
    • Stratum Lucidum
    • Stratum Granulosum
    • Stratum Spinosum
    • Stratum Basale
  4. Type of cells lining the mucus gland
    simple cuboidal cells
  5. Type of cells lining the poison gland
    simple squamous epithelium
  6. Characteristic of elasmobranch fishes
    Placoid Scales
  7. Consists of basal plate and spine
    Placoid Scales
  8. Usually termed as denticles
    Placoid Scales
  9. Characteristic of extinct fishes: Crossoptergygi and Dipnoi
    Cosmoid Scales
  10. Characteristic of extinct fishes: Chondrostei
    Palaeoniscoid Scales
  11. Lepidosteiod scale
    Ganoid Scales
  12. characteristic of gar, pikes, sturgeons
    Ganoid Scales
  13. consists of lamellae of ganoin
    Ganoid Scales
  14. stiff, hard scales
    Ganoid Scales
  15. thin,flexible scales
    Cycloid Scales
  16. scales consist of fibrous connective tissue
    Cycloid Scales
  17. present in Holostei, Dipnoi and Teleostei
    Cycloid Scales
  18. -occurs in half of fishes
    Ctenoid Scales
  19. -differs from cycloid in that the free part is covered with small teeth
    Ctenoid Scales
  20. slender,flexible,unjointed fin rays
    Ceratotrichia
  21. Fin rays found in elasmobranchs and Holocephali
    Ceratotrichia
  22. fin rays consist of fibrous material
    Ceratotrichia
  23. dermal fin rays occur during development of bony fish
    Actinotrichia
  24. dermal fin rays persist in a few fins and near growing edge of fins
    Actinotrichia
  25. dermal fin rays: branched jointed rays
    Lepidotrichia
  26. Dermal fin rays: characteristic of Osteichthyes (bony fish)
    Lepidotrichia
  27. -characteristic of Dipnoi (Lungfish)
    Camptotrichia

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