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    Where are the hydrophillic and hydrophobic regions?
    Yellow tails on inside of membrane are HYDROPHOBIC and purple phospholipid heads on outside are HYDROPHILLIC
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    Which has the more active nucleus?
    The cell on the left has more Euchromatin, and is therefore more active compared to the cell on the right.
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    Which areas are heterochromatic, euchromatic and where is the nucleolus?
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    • Euchromatin = EU
    • Heterochromatin = HC
    • Nucleolus = NU
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    What cell is this?
    Osteoclast
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    What is this?
    Mesenchyme
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    What are these?
    Osteoblasts
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    What are these?
    Osteocytes
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    What type of cytoskeleton structure is this? and what does it do?
    Microtubules - how vesicles move within the cell
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    What type of cytockeleton structure is this? What is the function?
    • Microfilaments- forms pockets in cell membrane when things move in and out of cell, responsible for membrane activity like endo and exocytosis
    • Ex: actin or myosin
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    What type of cytoskeleton structures are these? Function?
    Intermediate filaments- provie strength and define the shape of the cell as a whole
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    What are these as a whole? and what is the arrow pointing to?
    As a whole it is a centriole and the arrow is pointing to one individual microtubule that makes up the centriole. *Usually 9 groups of 3 microtubules each*
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    What is this?
    Tight Junction
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    What is this? and what are the filaments in it that make it different than the others?
    Zonula Adherens - has actin filaments
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    What is this? and what are the filaments on the outside called?
    Macula adherens - plaque filaments
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    What is this? what makes it different?
    Gap junction- has INTERLOCKING transmembrane proteins
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    What is the arrow pointing to?
    transmembrane proteins
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    What is this?
    Desmosome - macula adherens
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    What is this? and what is the red area?
    • Hemidesmosome
    • Basement membrane
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    What are these?
    Cilia
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    what are these?
    microvilli
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    What is this and what are the individual peices?
    Brush border made of microvilli
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    what is this? describe where they are usually found?
    stereocilia - non moving, usually sense organs
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    what is this basic tissue?
    epithelium
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    what type of basic tissue is this?
    simple squamous epithelium
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    what type of tissue is this? where is it found?
    • Simple squamous epithelium
    • found in body cavity lining- serous membranes
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    what are the white arrows pointing to?
    mesothelium
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    What type of cells are these?
    Simple cuboidal epithelium
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    what type of tissue is this?
    simple columnar epithelium
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    what type of tissue is this? where is it commonly found?
    • pseudostratified columnar epithelium
    • found ciliated in the respiratory system
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    what type of tissue is this? is it keratinized? where is it found?
    • stratified squamous epithelium
    • non-keratinized
    • cornea
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    what type of tissue is this? is it keratinized?
    • stratified squamous epithelium
    • yes it is keratinized
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    what type of tissue is this? how many layers does it usually have? where is it usually found?
    • stratified columnnar epithelium
    • 3-5 layers
    • large ducts of glands
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    what type of tissue is this? how many layers does it usually have? where is it found?
    • sratified cuboidal epithelium
    • normally 2 layers (no more than 3)
    • found in smaller ducts of glands

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SGU SVM Histology
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