LAB BIO&251: Tissues

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LAB BIO&251: Tissues
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The different pictures associated with tissues
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  1. Tissue?
    Locations?
    Functions?
    • Simple Squamos Epithelium
    • Location: Lines blood vessels, lung alveoli, peritoneum, and glomerulus
    • Function: Diffusion, osmosis, filtration

  2. Tissue?
    Function?
    Location?
    • Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
    • Function: Absorption and Secretion
    • Location: Forms kidney tubules, lines the ducts of small glands

  3. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • Simple Columnar Epithelium
    • Location: Lines the GI tract and gallbladder
    • Function: Protection, absorption, secretion

  4. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • NON-KERATINIZED Stratified Squamos Epithelium
    • Location: Mucous Membrane (inside of the cheek), areas of wear and tear
    • Function: Protection

  5. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • KERATINIZED Stratified Squamos Epithelium
    • Location: Palm of the hand (cutaneous areas)
    • Function: Protection

  6. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • Transitional Epithelium
    • Location: Urinary Bladder, ureter, urethra
    • Function: Permits distention
    • There is no change in cell height.

  7. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar Epithelium
    • Location: Lines the upper respiratory system
    • Function: Secretion and movement of mucus by ciliary action.
    • Look for the cilia!

  8. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • Aerolar (Loose) Connective Tissue
    • Location: Wide distribution, subcutaneous layer of the skin (organs).
    • Function: Binds together, supports, and anchors body parts.

  9. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • Adipose Connective Tissue
    • Location: Hypodermis, around organs
    • Function: Protection, energy storage, insulation, vascular
    • Composed of Adipocytes and the nucleus is the little dot in between them.

  10. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • Dense Regular Connective Tissue
    • Location: Tendons and ligaments where tension is exerted in one direction.
    • Function: Works with muscles to contract, stabilizes joints

  11. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • Dense Irregular Connective Tissue
    • Location: Dermis of skin areas where tension is exerted in multiple directions.
    • Function: Fibers run in multiple directions.

  12. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    (Perichondrium, Lacuna, Chondrocyte)
    • Hyaline Cartilage (Connective)
    • Location: End of long bones, epiphyseal plate, costal cartilage, nose, larnyx, trachea, and bronchi
    • Function: Reduces friction in joints, provides growth and support.
    • Perichondrium: Around the cells and composed of dense tissue (provides blood supply)
    • Lacuna: House (little white spot), space
    • Chondrocyte: Maintains tissue (contains nucleus)

  13. Tissue?
    Function?
    Lacuna, osteocyte, central (Haversion) canal, perforating (Volkmann's) canal, canaliculus (canaliculi)
    • Osseous Connective Tissue (Bone)
    • Function: Support, serves as storage depot for minerals, protection
    • Lacuna: Dark spaces that house osteocytes
    • Osteon: The entire thing
    • Volkmann's Canal: Connects two osteons and a horizontal plane (2nd pic)
    • Central Haversion (NAVAL): Nerve, Artery, Vein, And, Lymphatic
    • Canaliculus: Little canals

  14. Tissue?
    White Blood Cell (leukocyte), Red Blood Cell (erythrocyte), Platelete (thrombocyte), Plasma
    • Vascular Connective Tissue (Blood)
    • White Blood Cell (leukocyte): Can go through capillary beds, nucleic
    • Red Blood Cell (erythrocyte): No nucleus, hemoglobin (protein), codes for genes, O2 transport
    • Platelete (thrombocyte): Cell fragment, clotting
    • Plasma: Nutrient transport

  15. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    Intercalated Disc
    • Cardiac Muscle Tissue
    • Location: Forms the walls of the heart (myocardium)
    • Function: Pumps blood
    • Intercalated Discs: Speeds up depolariztion

  16. Tissue?
    Location?
    Function?
    • Smooth (Visceral) Muscle Tissue
    • Teased
    • Location: Forms the walls of the organs
    • Function: Peristalsis, expressed urine, contracts to eject bile (wave-like)

  17. Tissue?
    Neurons, Dendrites, Axons, Neuralgia
    • Nervous Tissue
    • Neurons: Conduct impulses via electrochemical gradients
    • Dendrites: Conduct toward the cell body
    • Axons: Conduct away from the cell
    • Neuralgia: Support and protect nerves

  18. Tissue?
    Function?
    • Skeletal Muscle Tissue
    • Function: Moves bones, posteur
    • Striated (light and dark lines that go across)

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