SGU SVM Histology Part 2

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SGU SVM Histology for quiz one, part 2, gupta fall 2010
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  1. what tissue is this? how many layers does it usually have? where is it found?
    • stratified cuboidal epithelium
    • normally 2 layers (no more than 3)
    • found in smaller ducts of glands

  2. what type of tissue is this? where is it found?
    • transitional epithelium
    • urinary bladder

  3. what type of gland is this? what does it usually produce?
    • unicellular gland- goblet cell
    • produces mucous

  4. what type of gland is this?
    simple tubular

  5. what type of gland is this?
    simple coiled tubular

  6. what type of gland is this?
    simple branched tubular

  7. what type of gland is this?
    simple branched acinar/ alveolar

  8. what type of gland is this?
    • compound tubuloacinar
    • most common type

  9. what type of gland is this?
    compound tubular

  10. what type of gland is this?
    compound acinar

  11. what mode of secretion is this?
    • merocrine
    • most common type

  12. what type of secretion is this? give an example?
    apocrine - sweat and mammary glands

  13. what type of secretion is this? give an example?
    holocrine - sebaceous glands

  14. what type of secretion is this? what is it commonly used for?
    cytocrine - used to transfer melanin pigment

  15. what type of cells are these? where are they found and what do they do?
    • myoepithelial cells
    • interposed between secretory cells and basement membrane
    • responsible for contraction

  16. What type of cells are these? why are they special and where are they found?
    • Mesenchymal cells
    • found near blood vessels - only in embryos
    • special because they can change into another kind of cell

  17. what cells are these?
    fibroblasts - euchromatic

  18. What type of cells are these? and what do they produce?
    Reticular cells - produce reticular fibers

  19. What type of cells are these?
    Fibrocytes - more heterochromatic

  20. what type of cells are these?
    unilocular adipocytes - part of adipose tissue

  21. What type of cell is this? what does it make up?
    Multiocular adipocyte - makes up brown fat

  22. What type of cell is this and what can it do?
    Pericyte - a connective tissue cell that has actin and myosin, and has the potential to transform into other cells for healing

  23. what type of cells are these? where are they found and what do they do?
    • Mas Cells
    • in connective tissue around blood vessels and nerves, they increase the permeability of blood cells

  24. What are these cells? where are they found and what do they do?
    • Plasma cells
    • found in lymphoid tissue because they make antibodies
    • notice the nucleus is not centered

  25. What type of fiber is this? where is it found? what are its characteristics?
    • Collagen fibers
    • Found in tendons and ligaments
    • has strength but is not elastic

  26. What type of fiber is this? where is it found?
    • Reticular fibers
    • Make a framework around cells in the lymphatic and endocrine organs

  27. What type of fiber is this? where is it found? what characterizes it?
    • Elastic fibers
    • found in aorta and nuchal ligament
    • has elastin coating which makes it flexible

  28. what type of connective tissue is this? where is it found? is it found in embryos or adults?
    • Mucous or gelatinous connective tissue
    • umbilical cord, bovine glans penis
    • found in both

  29. What type of CT is this?
    loose CT

  30. what type of CT is this?
    dense irregular CT

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